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7.EE.1 Apply operations to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients. 7.EE.2 Understand that rewriting an expression in different, yet equivalent, forms in a problem can show how the quantities in it are related.

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CLASS PROCEDURE As soon as you come in you should: 1. Place homework on desk 2. Open agenda to current week 3. Work on Spiral Review due on Friday-All work should be on a separate sheet and only the answers are given on the question sheet. 4. Always have a book to read in case you have a few extra minutes. THIS IS A QUIET TIME UNTIL I FINISH CHECKING HOMEWORK. Today you will need your: math notebook colored pencils glue stick

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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK You are a mathematician. Mathematicians use notebooks and journals to record data, illustrations, charts, graphs, and their thinking. You can also use it to record your questions and ides. We will follow guidelines when using our notebooks to make them informative and interesting. Your notebook should reflect your experiences, your thinking, and your creativity, but it should be easily understood by others. “Using Interactive Notebooks in the Classroom,” © 2011 Region 4 Education Service Center

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**Right side of the page is given**

What is an Interactive Notebook? Right side of the page is given by the teacher. Left side of the page is created by the student.

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**Glue “Who I Am” in the front of your math notebook.**

Cut around the edges to make it fit. No page number on this page. After this page begin numbering.

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**Finish numbering pages through R24**

We will set up our Interactive Math Notebook as follows: Who I Am L1 Table of Contents R1 L2 R2 L3 R3 L4 Math Syllabus R4 7th Grade Objectives L5 Interactive Notebook Guidelines R5 Problem Solving Strategy L6 Vocabulary List of Qtrs. 1 and 2 R6 Unit 1 - Integers and Expressions L7 Order of Operations R7 Finish numbering pages through R24

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**• Create a table of contents **

Guidelines • Write neatly and legibly –cross out mistakes with a single line or carefully erase • Do not tear out pages • Number each page • Create a table of contents • Title each activity and add to the table of contents • Label drawings, graphs, and charts • Use sentences to communicate observations, plans, explanations, conclusions, and applications

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Glue in: Syllabus Vocabulary

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**Interactive Notebook Guidelines L5 Problem Solving Strategy R5 **

TABLE OF CONTENTS In Margin Date Objectives Title Page Who I AM Table of Contents R1, R2, R3 Math Syllabus L4 7th Grade Objectives R4 Interactive Notebook Guidelines L5 Problem Solving Strategy R5 Vocabulary List Qtr 1 and 2 L6 Unit 1 Integers and Expressions R6 7EE.1 7EE.2 Review of Order of Operations R7 Review of Collecting Like Terms R8 7NS.2b Distributive Property R9 7.NS.1.a 7.NS.1.b 7.NS.1d Absolute Value and Modeling Integers R10

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**Subtracting Integers and Quiz R13 **

Date Objectives Title Page 9-3-13 7.NS.1.a 7.NS.1.b 7.NS.1d Adding Integers R11 9-4-13 7.NS.1c Subtracting Integers R12 9-5-13 Subtracting Integers and Quiz R13 9-9-13 7.NS.1 7.NS.2 Practice with Addition and Subtractions of Integers R14 Multiplying and Dividing Integers R15 7.NS.1a 7.NS.1d 7.EE.1 7.EE.2 7.EE.3 Order of Operations and Combining Like Terms with Integers and Quiz R16 Distributive Property with Integers R17

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**Distributive Property with Integers And quiz R18 **

Date Objective Title page 7.EE.1 7.EE.2 Distributive Property with Integers And quiz R18 Evaluating Expressions R19 Evaluating Expressions and Quiz R20 7.EE.2 7.EE.3 7.NS.3 Verbal Expressions and Solving Word Problems with Integers R21 R22 REVIEW R23 R24 UNIT TEST

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R7 TITLE Learner Objective: Traffic light L7 Learning Goal-I will What I know: (2 sentences about what your already know about the topic.) Proof of learning-guided practice. Reflection (creative)

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**÷3 Order of Operations Students should be able to:**

Page: R7 Date: Order of Operations Students should be able to: Use order of operations to solve problems Remember: Multiplication and division are related to each other. Addition and subtractions are related to each other When two operations are related, that means that you solve them as they appear in the problem left to right. A fraction bar is also a grouping symbol ÷3

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**Grouping Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction**

Order of Operations Foldable (Four-door foldable) Exponents Order of operations Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction

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YES NO (9÷ 3 + 2) = ? (9÷ 3 + 2) = ? YES NO YES NO = ? YES NO = ?

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. A. 3 + 15 ÷ 5 3 + 15 ÷ 5**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. A ÷ 5 ÷ 5 Divide. 3 + 3 Add. 6

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. B. 44 – 14 ÷ 2 · 4 + 6**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. Divide and multiply from left to right. B. 44 – 14 ÷ 2 · 4 + 6 44 – 14 ÷ 2 · 4 + 6 44 – 7 · 4 + 6 44 – Subtract and add from left to right. 16 + 6 22

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. C. 3 + 23 · 5 3 + 23 · 5**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 1: Evaluate. C · 5 · 5 Evaluate the power. 3 + 8 · 5 Multiply. 3 + 40 Add. 43

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 2: Evaluate. A. 42 – (3 · 4) ÷ 6**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 2: Evaluate. Perform the operation inside the parentheses. A. 42 – (3 · 4) ÷ 6 42 – (3 · 4) ÷ 6 42 – 12 ÷ 6 42 – 2 40

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 2: Evaluate. B. [(26 – 4 · 5) + 6]2**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 2: The parentheses are inside the brackets, so perform the operations inside the parentheses first. Evaluate. B. [(26 – 4 · 5) + 6]2 [(26 – 4 · 5) + 6]2 [(26 – 20) + 6]2 [6 + 6]2 122 144

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**2-3 Order of Operations Example 3: (5 + 3 · 3) · 4 (5 + 9) · 4 14 · 4**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Example 3: Week Days Week 1 5 Week 2 3 Week 3 Week 4 Sandy runs 4 miles per day. She ran 5 days during the first week of the month. She ran only 3 days each week for the next 3 weeks. Evaluate the expression (5 + 3 · 3) · 4 to find how many miles she ran last month. Perform the operations inside the parenthesis first. (5 + 3 · 3) · 4 (5 + 9) · 4 14 · 4 56 Sandy ran 56 miles last month.

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**Insert Lesson Title Here**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Insert Lesson Title Here Lesson Quiz: Part 1 Evaluate. ÷ 7 2. 9 · 7 – 5 3. (28 – 8) ÷ 4 – 102 ÷ 5 5. (9 – 5)3 · (7 + 1)2 ÷ 4 35 58 5 116 1,024

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**Insert Lesson Title Here**

Course 2 2-3 Order of Operations Insert Lesson Title Here Lesson Quiz: Part 2 Evaluate. 6. Denzel paid a basic fee of $35 per month plus $2 for each phone call beyond his basic plan. Evaluate (2) to find out how much Denzel paid for a month with 8 calls outside of the basic plan. $51

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Sample EOG Question: What is the value of: 8 • 5 - 3(24 ÷ 6) 28 64 111 148

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**Red - I have lots of questions.**

Traffic Light Red - I have lots of questions. Yellow - I mostly get it but need practice. Green - I got it; No problems; Ready to move on.

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SUMMARY/REFLECTION Come up with your unique way of remembering the order of operations and how to combine like terms. Homework: Handout on order of operations

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