# SEPTEMBER 3 TO SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 MS. LONSDALE’S 7 TH GRADE MATH.

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SEPTEMBER 3 TO SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 MS. LONSDALE’S 7 TH GRADE MATH

TUESDAY, 9-3-13 BELLWORK Which of the following inequalities is correct? A. 7/8 < 8/12 B. ¾ > 4/5 C. 1/6 < 2/9 D. 3/10 > 2/3

TUESDAY, 9-3-13 BELLWORK Complete the handout that is on the front table.

TEST PREP CENTERS DAY Station 1: Pyramid of fractions – Get them in order from least to greatest ASAP! Station 2: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” – Convert those fractions/decimals/percentages, beat your classmates! Station 3: Relay Race – how fast can you convert fractions decimals and percentages as a team? Station 4: Ready Station – See how prepared you are for the test! Use your classmates for help!

TEST PREP CENTERS DAY Station 1: Pyramid of fractions – Get them in order from least to greatest ASAP! Station 2: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” – Convert those fractions/decimals/percentages, beat your classmates! Station 3: Relay Race – how fast can you convert fractions decimals and percentages as a team? Station 4: Ready Station – See how prepared you are for the test! Use your classmates for help!

LEAST TO GREATEST

TEST PREP CENTERS DAY Station 1: Pyramid of fractions – Get them in order from least to greatest ASAP! Station 2: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” – Convert those fractions/decimals/percentages, beat your classmates! Station 3: Relay Race – how fast can you convert fractions decimals and percentages as a team? Station 4: Ready Station – See how prepared you are for the test! Use your classmates for help!

TEST PREP CENTERS DAY Station 1: Pyramid of fractions – Get them in order from least to greatest ASAP! Station 2: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” – Convert those fractions/decimals/percentages, beat your classmates! Station 3: Relay Race – how fast can you convert fractions decimals and percentages as a team? Station 4: Ready Station – See how prepared you are for the test! Use your classmates for help!

CONVERT THAT!

TEST PREP CENTERS DAY Station 1: Pyramid of fractions – Get them in order from least to greatest ASAP! Station 2: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” – Convert those fractions/decimals/percentages, beat your classmates! Station 3: Relay Race – how fast can you convert fractions decimals and percentages as a team? Station 4: Ready Station – See how prepared you are for the test! Use your classmates for help!

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STEP UP Name at least 2 numbers that fall between 5/7 and 5/8. Jacobe poured 5/9 of a glass of water, while Michael poured 7/12 of a glass of water. Who poured more water? How do you know?

WEDNESDAY, 9-4-13 BELLWORK Which of the following is not a true statement? (DOK 1) A)0.35 = B) = 0.625 C)4 = 4.23 D) = 2

TEST-TAKING PROCEDURES Silent Face forward Eyes on Paper 1 st Warning: -10% 2 nd Warning: 0%, phone call home, Mr. Pollard informed.

FINISH EARLY? Silently raise hand, wait for test to be collected. You will receive a clicker. You may work on computational skills 1 through 7 today. Expectations still exist even if you have finished.

1) 8 / 4 2) 6 / 66 3) 13 / 4) 4 / 6 5) 3 / 12 6) 2 / 5 7) 3 / 33 8) 2 / 10 9) 5 / 21 10) 7 / 21 1) 7/10 = 2) 2/10 = 3) 8/10 = 4) 3/10 = 5) 5/10 = 6) 75/100 = 7) 21/100 = 8) 35/100 = 9) 72/100 = 10) 64/100 =

THURSDAY, 9-5-13 BELLWORK Which of the following falls between 54.3 and 54.4? A. 54.5 B. 54.43 C. 54.34 D. 54.23

THINK IT John has four dollars. Jessica has no money. Miracle not only is out of money, but she owes her friend three dollars. How can you represent these amounts with numbers?

SEE IT Whole numbers

SEE IT Integers

SEE IT Integers – All whole numbers and their opposites (inverse).

SEE IT Integers – All whole numbers and their opposites (inverse).

SEE IT What is the opposite of 2?

SEE IT What is the opposite of 2? Answer: -2

SEE IT What is the opposite of -5?

SEE IT What is the opposite of -5? Answer: 5

SEE IT How far away is 4 from 0? How far away is -4 from 0? How far away is 3 from 0? How far away is -3 from 0?

SEE IT Absolute value: The distance of a number from 0. Shown as|x|. |12| = |-8| = |-17,247| =

SEE IT Order least to greatest: 2, -4, 0, -1

SEE IT Order least to greatest: 4, -8, 5, -2, 0

SEE IT What was the mistake? Order the following: 4, -3, 5, -1 -1, -3, 4, 5

SEE IT What was the mistake? Order the following: 10, -10, -7, 4, 8, -3 -3, -7, -10, 4, 8, 10

SEE IT What was the mistake? Order the following: 10, -10, -7, 4, 8, -3 10, 8, 4, -3, -7, -10

WORK IT Order these integers from least to greatest! 1) -7, 5, -2, 1, 0 2) 9, 4, -5, 5 3) 6, -8, -7, -9 4) -3, -4, -2, 1, 0 The following are incorrectly ordered from least to greatest. Write out what the mistake is, then correct it! 5)-2, -5, -6, 0, 1, 4 6) 7, 4, 0, -2, -3 7)1, -3, 5, -7, 9

1) 8 / 4 2) 6 / 66 3) 13 / 4) 4 / 6 5) 3 / 12 6) 2 / 5 7) 3 / 33 8) 2 / 10 9) 5 / 21 10) 7 / 21 1) 7/10 = 2) 2/10 = 3) 8/10 = 4) 3/10 = 5) 5/10 = 6) 75/100 = 7) 21/100 = 8) 35/100 = 9) 72/100 = 10) 64/100 =

FRIDAY, 9-6-13 BELLWORK Order the integers from least to greatest. Explain the mistake the students made in the other answer choices. (DOK 2) 8, -7, 0, -19, 3, -5 a)0, 3, -5, -7, 8, -19 b)-19, -7, -5, 0, 3, 8 c)-5, -7, -19, 0, 3, 8 d)8, 3, 0, -19, -7, -5

THINK IT Ms. Lonsdale has \$8, but gets a bill for \$12 in the mail. If she pays that bill, how much money will he have now?

SEE IT Adding a positive? 3 + 4

SEE IT Adding a positive? 3 + 4

SEE IT Adding a positive? 3 + 4

SEE IT Adding a positive? Value increases! 3 + 4

SEE IT Adding a negative? 3 + (-4)

SEE IT Adding a negative? 3 + (-4)

SEE IT Adding a negative? Value decreases! 3 + (-4)

SEE IT Subtracting a positive? 4 - 6

SEE IT Subtracting a positive? 4 - 6

SEE IT Subtracting a positive? Value decreases! 4 - 6

SEE IT Subtracting a negative? 4 – (-6)

SEE IT Subtracting a negative? 4 – (-6)

SEE IT Subtracting a negative? Value increases! 4 – (-6)

WORK IT Will the following problems result in an increased value or a decreased value? (Step up: try to solve!) 1)5 + 4 2)6 + (-8) 3)-2 + (-3) 4)6 – 9 5)-6 – (-2)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease?

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-5)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 + (4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 12 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 + -3

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 10

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 - 4

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 6 – (-8)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 4 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 2 - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-3)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + (-4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 - 12

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 – (-7)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-4) + (-6)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-2) - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 18

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + -9

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-5)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 + (4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 12 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 + -3

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 10

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 - 4

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 6 – (-8)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 4 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 2 - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-3)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + (-4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 - 12

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 – (-7)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-4) + (-6)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-2) - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 18

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + -9

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-5)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 + (4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 12 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 + -3

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 10

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 - 4

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 6 – (-8)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 4 + 5

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 2 - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -4 + (-3)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + (-4)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -7 - 12

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? -5 – (-7)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-4) + (-6)

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? (-2) - 7

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 7 - 18

WORK IT: AROUND THE WORLD! Will it increase or decrease? 5 + -9

OWN IT Begin work on the homework packet for next week.