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8th Grade Math

(11 Units, 100 Lessons)

Unit 3 - How Big? How Small?(12 Lessons)

Introduction to Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:In this lesson, students will discover and practice procedures for writing numbers in scientific notation.

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26 Resources

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Expressing Numbers in Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:In this lesson, students will continue to practice the procedures for converting a number from expanded form to scientific notation.

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20 Resources

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Practice with Expressing Numbers in Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Students get extra practice changing numbers from standard form to scientific notation and back so they can eventually perform operations with them.

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22 Resources

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Adding and Subtracting with Scientific Notation Part I

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Now that students are comfortable expressing numbers in scientific notation, they can begin to apply their skills to real-world problems involving addition and subtraction.

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11 Resources

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Adding and Subtracting with Scientific Notation Part II

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Students will learn how to add and subtract numbers in scientific notation when the exponents vary.

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16 Resources

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Multiplying with Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Students will look for and apply patterns to multiply numbers in scientific notation.

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22 Resources

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Dividing Numbers in Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Students will discover strategies for dividing numbers expressed in scientific notation.

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23 Resources

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Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part I

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Now that students have practiced basic operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) with bare numbers expressed in scientific notation, they are ready to solve problems within a real-world context, especially with a new strategy in their tool

25 Resources

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25 Resources

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Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part II

8th Grade Math

» Unit:

How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Now that students have practiced basic operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) with bare numbers expressed in scientific notation, they are ready to solve problems within a real-world context.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

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Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part III

8th Grade Math

» Unit:

How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Now that students have practiced basic operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) with bare numbers expressed in scientific notation, they are ready to solve problems within a real-world context.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

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Formative Assessment: Scientific Notation

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:Students will demonstrate their knowledge on this formative assessment covering the major concepts of scientific notation including expressions and operations.

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9 Resources

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Scientific Notation Quiz Review BINGO

8th Grade Math

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How Big? How Small?

Big Idea:To prepare for tomorrow's quick quiz, students review concepts by playing an extended game of BINGO.

15 Resources

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15 Resources

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