Aim: How can we use the distributive property?Homework: Happy Halloween! Please be safe tonight.Do Now: Simplify each expression.1. -4(n + 5) 2. 6(2x - 3) Classwork: Distributive property allows us to multiply a term outside parentheses by each term within the parentheses. There are times when you already have the simplified result and want to work backwards; this is called factoring. We will explore basic factoring today and move onto more complicated situations tomorrow.Announcements: We will be having a quiz on Thursday. The quiz will cover distributive property, factoring, and order of operations work.Resources:Aim: How can we use the distributive property?Homework: Complete distributive property problem slip.Do Now: Simplify the expressions1. 3 x 7 - 9 2. (9 - 5)6 3. 8 + 2 x 6 4. 2(6 - 3) 5. 4 x 5 - 4 x 3 6. 3 x 2 - 1 x 2 Classwork: We learned today that you can rewrite expressions into equivalent forms. This usefulness of this comes when working with algebraic expressions that involve variables. We also use distributive property to handle mental math multiplication problems.Announcements: Resources:Aim: Does order of operations work with integers?Homework: Order of Operations WorksheetDo Now: Simplify the expression: (2 - 6) + 3 x 2 Classwork: We analyzed responses to order of operations questions from previous classes. Students reflected on procedures that were done correctly and done incorrectly to help self-assess their own understanding.Announcements: Resources:Aim: Does order of operations work with integers?Homework: Txtbk p.86, #2-7Do Now: 5 + (-2) x (-3) 1) What do we get if we use the order of operations? 2) How could I show that I want the adding to take place before the multiplication? Classwork: We continued our work with rational numbers from yesterday. Students worked in cooperative partnerships to complete questions. Announcements: Resources:Aim: Does the order of operations work for integers?Homework: Textbook p.80 Finish Problem 4.1Do Now: What is the greatest result you can make from two of the following integers (using any operation)? -25, 2, -3, 3 Classwork: We investigated Order of Operations. This concept was learned in prior years but today we saw how it applies to positive and negative numbers. Announcements: Resources:Aim: How can we assess our Unit 1 understanding?Homework: Enjoy your weekend.Do Now: Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencilClasswork: Unit 1 performance task.Announcements: Resources:Aim: How can we assess our Unit 1 understanding?Homework: Prepare for tomorrow's performance task.Do Now: Clear your desk of everything except for a pencil and a scantron.Classwork: Unit 1 ExamAnnouncements: Resources:Aim: How can we prepare for our Unit 1 exam?Homework: Study for tomorrow's exam!!!Do Now: Solve. 1. -4.2 + 6.8 = 2. (-12/13) divided by (-6/7) =Classwork: Unit exam practice and word problem application. Announcements: Aim: How can we perform operations with rational numbers?Homework: Complete mixed operations review worksheet (#1-70)Do Now: Begin working on the sheet from yesterday.Classwork: We continued our work with rational numbers from yesterday. Students worked in cooperative partnerships to complete questions. Announcements: There will be a Unit exam this week. I am also available after school on Tuesdays in room 228, or during lunch in my room.Resources: |
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