Reflection: Joy Bingopposites - Section 3: Whole class practice - Game


Bingopposites is a fun and engaging activity that will allow students to practice identifying opposites as well as identify the proper integers to be used when solving word problems. It's a quick way to notice students who are having trouble and also provide extra help for students who are having a difficult time with this skills. A student whom I can flag as struggling can be paired up with another student who can help with this skill and they can work as a team. This is a great way to help students not feel inferiority about their academic struggle and address their misunderstanding in a fun and motivating way.

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Unit 1: Integers
Lesson 5 of 20

Objective: SWBAT show what they know about numerical expressions and multi-step expressions with whole numbers on Vocab Quiz #1. SWBAT identify integers and their opposites through a game.

Big Idea: Students play a math bingo game to identify opposite integers

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