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8th Grade Math

(11 Units, 100 Lessons)

Unit 7 - What's at the Root?(5 Lessons)

What's At the Root?

8th Grade Math

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What's at the Root?

Big Idea:Students will build examples of square and cubic numbers to make sense of roots. They will also be able to simplify expressions that use square and cube root symbols.

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What's At the Root? Day 2

8th Grade Math

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What's at the Root?

Big Idea:This lesson provides student additional practice with perfect square and cube roots, this time in equation format. Students also practice applying these concepts to a real world problem.

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18 Resources

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What's At the Root? Day 3

8th Grade Math

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What's at the Root?

Big Idea:Students play a review game to help them consolidate perfect square roots and cube roots into long term memory.

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What's At the Root? Day 4

8th Grade Math

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What's at the Root?

Big Idea:Students are going to learn square root notation while tackling this mathematical task where the take on the role of a sign maker.

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What's At the Root? Day 5

8th Grade Math

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What's at the Root?

Big Idea:In Part 2 of the Squareville Sign Company Task, students must estimate values of the square roots of given squares. They must then justify their answers.

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17 Resources

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