# Grant Harris

7th Grade Math
124 Lessons
Samuel J. Green Charter School
New Orleans, LA
Student Environment:
Urban
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## 7th Grade Math

(7 Units, 124 Lessons)

#### 1. Fractions as Quotients - Using Long Division to Convert a Fraction to a Decimal

Big Idea: Students use the long division algorithm to write fractions as decimals and use the remainder to distinguish between a terminating and repeating decimal.
Standards:
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#### 2. Finding the Distance Between Integers On a Number Line

Big Idea: Number line models allow students to easily find distances between points and relate the distance as the absolute value of their difference.
Standards:
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#### 3. Where Do We Go From Here? Adding Integers on the Number Line

Big Idea: What happens when we add a positive or negative number? Is the result a lesser or greater value? Travel along a number line to find out.
Standards:
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#### 4. What is the Sign of the Sum?

Big Idea: Students model sums with counters to create a visual model of when a sum will be positive, negative or zero.
Standards:
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#### 5. Algorithms for Adding Integers

Big Idea: We've used number lines and counters to model sums. Now it's time to use the most efficient method for integer sums - the algorithm.
Standards:
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#### 6. How Addition and Subtraction are Related (Part 1 of 3)

Big Idea: Students discover how a sum can be written as a difference by removing (subtracting) counters from a set.
Standards:
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#### 7. Subtracting for More or Less. Subtracting Integers on a Number Line

Big Idea: Is it possible to subtract and end up with more? Explore differences on a number line to find out.
Standards:
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#### 8. How Addition and Subtraction are Related (Part 2 of 3)

Big Idea: Students will use counters to prove that a difference can be written as a sum.
Standards:
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#### 9. How Addition and Subtraction are Related (Part 3 of 3)

Big Idea: Students use a number line to explore the relationship between addition and subtraction.
Standards:
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#### 10. Algorithms for Subtracting Integers

Big Idea: Students use the additive inverse to subtract integers and then develop some of their own algorithms.
Standards:
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#### 11. Assessment - Fluency and Concepts of Integer Sums and Differences

Big Idea: This test assesses a students understanding of integer addition and subtraction through fluency, concepts, and problem solving.
Standards:
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#### 12. Integer Product Signs - Using Counters to Discover Signs of Products

Big Idea: Students use integer counters to model products of positive and negative integers.
Standards:
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#### 13. Integer Quotients

Big Idea: Students use their previous knowledge of signed products and fact families to discover the sign of quotients.
Standards:
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#### 14. Expand Expressions Using the Distributive Property

Big Idea: Students extend their 6th grade knowledge of the distributive property in order to expand expressions involving integers
Standards:
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#### 15. Integers Assessment

Big Idea: Students take a test that assesses computation of integers, integer concepts, and problem solving. A rubric and answer guide is included.
Standards:
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#### 16. Finding the Distance Between Signed Decimals on a Number Line

Big Idea: Students use number lines to find distances between signed decimals represented as the absolute value of the difference of the two values.
Standards:
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#### 17. Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Decimals on a Numberline

Big Idea: Do sums of positive and negative decimals behave the same way as integers? Students explore this question with tenths on a number line.
Standards:
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#### 18. Adding and Subtracting Signed Decimals Using a Procedure

Big Idea: Students use addition and subtraction procedures as a step toward fluency with signed decimal operations.
Standards:
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#### 19. Multiplying Signed Decimals

Big Idea: Students quickly discover that the signs of decimal products are the same as integer products. Then, the students practice multiplication.
Standards:
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#### 20. Dividing Signed Decimals

Big Idea: Students verify that the signs of decimal quotients follow the same pattern as integer quotients. Students practice dividing signed decimals including the context of rates and equations.
Standards:
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#### 21. Finding the Distance Between Signed Fractions on a Number Line

Big Idea: The distance between points on a number line is the absolute value of their difference. Number lines serve as a tool to aid this exploration.
Standards:
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#### 22. Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Fractions on a Numberline

Big Idea: Do sums of positive and negative fractions behave the same way as integers? Students explore this question using (mostly) common denominator fractions and a number line.
Standards:
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#### 23. Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Fractions Using Counters

Big Idea: Students model sums and differences of signed common (mostly common) denominator fractions to discover that integer procedures also work with fractions.
Standards:
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#### 24. Adding and Subtracting Signed Fractions Using a Procedure

Big Idea: Students use addition and subtraction procedures as a step toward fluency with signed fraction operations.
Favorites (5)   Resources (14)   Reflections (1)

#### 25. Multiplying Signed Fractions

Big Idea: Students quickly discover that the signs of fraction products are the same as integer products. Then, the students practice multiplication.
Standards:
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#### 26. Dividing Signed Fractions

Big Idea: Students practice dividing signed fractions including a few problems in the context of rates and equations.
Standards:
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#### 27. Rational Numbers Operations - Final Unit Assessment

Big Idea: It is time for students to show all that they know about rational numbers!
Standards:
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