7th Grade Math(9 Units, 147 Lessons)
Big Idea: Students use absolute value and the additive inverse to answer questions in cooperative, information sharing circles
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Big Idea: Students will gain a deeper understanding of ordering integers by using both vertical and horizontal number lines.
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Big Idea: Students work with partners to model integer operations with red and blue chips/counters.
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Big Idea: Students move from station to station individually or in partners graphing integer addition sentences and writing addition expressions
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Big Idea: Students use integer chips to understand the abstract connection between addition, subtraction, and the additive inverse.
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Big Idea: Students will grapple with integer subtraction concepts including double negatives by exploring direction on number lines.
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Big Idea: Students work through 4 stations which will assess their integer add/sub skills and their problem solving skills
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Big Idea: Students will explore difference and change problems in one mini lesson and discover the rules of multiplication in a second mini lesson
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Big Idea: Students work with fact families at one station to identify and explore the rules for dividing integers and at two other stations reviewing addition, subtraction and multiplication of integers.
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Big Idea: By relating this task to a video game and other incentives, student practice working with integers and the three Number System standards.
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