Integers Packet (Thanks Laura Benns!).pdf

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Is not afraid to speak in class. Likes oral reports Is good at explaining. Remembers names. Notices sound effects in movies. Enjoys music. Is good at grammar and foreign language. Reads slowly. Follows spoken directions well. Can’t keep quiet for long periods. Enjoys acting, being on stage. Is good in study groups. Auditory Learners Can Benefit from: Using word association to remember facts and lines. Recording lectures. Watching videos. Repeating facts with eyes closed. Participating in group discussions. Using audiotapes for language practice. Taping notes after writing them. Worst test type: Reading passages and writing answers about them in a timed test. Best test type: Auditory Learners are good at writing responses to lectures they’ve heard. They’re also good at oral exams.
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD The third number is your tactile/kinesthetic score. If this number is much higher than your other two you are a tactile/kinesthetic learner: Tactile/Kinesthetic persons learn best through a hands-on approach, actively exploring the physical world around them. They may find it hard to sit still for long periods and may become distracted by their need for activity and exploration. Kinesthetic Learner Characteristics Kinesthetic learners are those who learn through experiencing/doing things. Look over these traits to see if they sound familiar to you. You may be a kinesthetic learner if you are someone who: Is good at sports. Can’t sit still for long. Is not great at spelling. Does not have great handwriting. Likes science lab. Studies with loud music on. Likes adventure books, movies. Likes role playing. Takes breaks when studying. Builds models. Is involved in martial arts, dance. Is fidgety during lectures. Kinesthetic Learners Can Benefit from: Studying in short blocks. Taking lab classes. Role playing. Taking field trips, visiting museums. Studying with others. Using memory games. Using flash cards to memorize. Worst Test Type: Long tests, essays. Best Test Type: Short definitions, fill-ins, multiple choice.
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-27: Integer Overview Name: Integer – all whole numbers and their opposites (or positive and negative counting numbers and zero) Absolute value – the distance a number is from zero. The absolute value of -8 is 8. The absolute value of 11 is 11. 8 8 = - 11 11 = Opposite of a number – To find the opposite, simply change the sign. A number and its opposite add up to zero. The opposite of 5 is -5. The opposite of -12 is 12. Adding Integers two positives Add the numbers like usual Adding a positive and a positive will create more positives. two negatives Add the numbers, put a negative sign in front of the answer Adding a negative and a negative will create more negatives.
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