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How Do You Know?

Unit 4: Operations with Integers
Lesson 10 of 24

Objective: SWBAT explain and use evidence to support their explanation of when a sum will be positive, negative, or zero.

Big Idea: Students explain their reasoning so they better understand and internalize the relationships in positive and negative numbers.

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Math, Number lines , Number Sense and Operations, Integers, Operations and Expressions, Integer Addition, hot & cold cu, argumentation, questioning
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