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AGENDA Opening Assignment Lesson 1-1 Order of Operations p. 7 in Textbooks Notes in Interactive Notebook CLASSWORK/ HOMEWORK Student Workbook page 8, #1-8 UNIT 4, OA #1 DAY 1 In 1 week Ed works 4 days, 3 hours a day, for $12 per hour, and 2 days, 6 hours a day, for $15 per hour. Simplify the expression 12(4 3) + 15(2 6) to find Ed’s weekly earnings.

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AGENDA Opening Assignment Check HW-Page 8 in WB Lesson 1-2 Properties of Numbers Textbook page 12 Notes in Interactive Notebook Talk Partners—Pages 9-11 in Student Workbook CLASSWORK/ HOMEWORK Pages 9-11 in Student Workbook UNIT 4, OA #1 DAY 2 Daniel usually buys 6 bottles of water and 3 apples when he goes to the grocery store. Next time he goes, he will buy three times as many of each. How many items will Daniel buy?

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AGENDA Opening Assignment Check Student Workbook pages 9-11 Explore Order of Operations- Calculators Mini Lesson Lesson 1-3 Variables & Algebraic Expressions Notes in INB Talk Partners—Think & Discuss page 19 in TB CLASSWORK/ HOMEWORK Problem Solving WB page 14 UNIT 4, OA #1 DAY 3 If charged per cut, how much will it cost to cut a log into eight pieces if cutting it into four pieces costs $12?

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AGENDA Opening Assignment Check HW, Problem Solving from WB page 14 Workbook Page 15 Variables and Algebraic Expressions CLASSWORK/ HOMEWORK Finish WB Practice page 16-17 UNIT 4, OA #1 DAY 4 1. 5(7) – 1 2. 7(18 – 11) 3. 22 + 17 8 + 3 4. 36 + 15(40 – 35) 5. 3 3 + 7(12 – 4)

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AGENDA Opening Assignment Check WB p. 16-17 Lesson 1-4 Notes Translating Words into Math Workbook Page 19-21 with Talk Partners CLASSWORK/ HOMEWORK Workbook Page 19-21 UNIT 4, OA #1 DAY 5 1. 7x + 4 for x = 6 2. 8y – 22 for y = 9 3. 12x + for x = 7 and y = 4 4. y + 3z for y = 5 and z = 6

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