Integers Packet (Thanks Laura Benns!).pdf

Addition pages 3 and 4 make sure to include a variety

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ADDITION – Pages 3 and 4 – Make sure to include a variety of samples (positive plus negative where there are more positives, positive plus negative where there are more negatives, negative plus negative, etc.) Page 3 : Addition of integers Teach how to add integers using both: o Yellow and red chips (introduce zero pairs) o Number lines Explain in words what is happening Provide specific examples of each Page 4 : Addition of integers Teach how to add integers in mathematical expressions (without chips or a number line) by providing specific examples Write 4 word problems involving adding integers and relating to your theme. Do not solve. Your problems must include a mixture of negative and positive numbers and must make logical sense. (20 points)
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD SUBTRACTION – Pages 5 and 6 – Make sure to include a variety of samples which show all the different possibilities for subtraction problems Page 5 : Subtraction of integers Teach how to subtract integers using both: o Yellow and red chips (make sure to include zero pair problems) o Number lines Explain in words what is happening Provide specific examples of each Page 6 : Subtraction of integers Teach how to subtract integers in mathematical expressions (without chips or a number line) by providing specific examples Write 4 word problems involving subtracting integers and relating to your theme. Do not solve. Your problems must include a mixture of negative and positive numbers and must make logical sense. (30 points) MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION – Pages 7 and 8 Page 7 : Rules for multiplying and dividing integers Create your own graphic to demonstrate “The Official Kissing Rules” Your graphic should relate to your theme in some way Teach (explain) how the rules work and how they apply to problems Provide specific examples with numbers Page 8 : Multiplying and dividing integers Write 5 problems which involve a mixture of multiplication and division of integers. You do not need any word problems. Write 5 problems which involve integers and order of operations. You must include at least one multiply or divide in each. Also include other operations (addition, subtraction), parenthesis, exponents, square roots, etc. (20 points) The following, in order, will play a major part in your overall grade: 1) Each topic above is completed with mathematical accuracy 2) Each topic is well explained (i.e. pretend you are teaching someone who has never seen a negative number before) 3) A wide variety of examples are given (combinations of positive and negative numbers) 4) Your overall use of a theme 5) Neatness, Colorful, Easy-to-follow Want another example instead of the Kissing Rules? How about this one: Good things happen to good people, this is good Good things happen to bad people, this is bad Bad things happen to good people, this is bad Bad things happen to bad people, this is good
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD
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