Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Operations with Rational Numbers - Section 3: Summary


This was an exercise in perseverance. Not everyone enjoyed having to attempt the problem more than once. Using the exit tickets as a "My Favorite No" the next day may have helped them receive the effort a little easier. We demonstrated how to determine the answer and what working on it looks like.

  Exercise in Perseverance
  Adjustments to Practice: Exercise in Perseverance
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Operations with Rational Numbers

Unit 2: Number System
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT use order of operations to simplify numerical expressions with rational numbers.

Big Idea: Students formalize their understanding of order of operations and apply this understanding to develop their skill at rewriting numerical expressions in simpler form

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