Reflection: High Expectations Multiplying and Dividing Integers - Section 2: Guided Notes + Practice

The key to long term mastery is consistent reinforcement. multiplying and dividing integers is not as intuitive to teach as addition and subtraction of integers. Practice makes perfect. In order for students to build automaticity with this you need to hold students accountable to this all year or they will continue to make operational errors.

Practice Makes Perfect
High Expectations: Practice Makes Perfect

Multiplying and Dividing Integers

Unit 3: Numeracy
Lesson 3 of 5

Big Idea: Students review integer operations using a true and false activity and a puzzle to deepen their conceptual understanding.

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Math, Algebra, Integers, division, multiplication, geometric patterns, evaluating algebraic expressions
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