Integers with Like Signs add the numbers together.
The answer will have the same sign as the integers.
Example: -10 + (-4) = -14
Integers with Unlike Signs subtract the numbers the
answer will have the same sign as the integer with the lar
Adding and Subtracting
Polynomial: a monomial or the
sum/difference of two or more monomials
Monomial: a number, variable, or the
product of a number and variable(s)
Binomial: the sum/difference of two
Lesson Goal: To add and subtract fractions.
Like Fractions: Fractions that have the same
denominator (bottom number)
Unlike Fractions: Fracti
Absolute Value Equations
Absolute Value The distance a number is
from zero on a number line.
|4| = 4 because it is four spaces from zero
on a number line.
|-4| = 4 because it also is four spaces from
zero on a number lineju
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answer on the blank line to the left. Use the definitions in the box below to help you.
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COLLEC TION 2
The Thrill of Horror
There is a . . . horror story that is only two sentences long:
The last man on Earth sat alone in a room.
There was a knock at the door.
COLLEC TION 2
The Thrill of Horror
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl
Grade Level or Special Area: Seventh Grade
Aniele Karuschak, The Pinnacle Charter School, Federal Heights, CO
Length of Unit:
Eight lessons, two-three 60-minute class periods per lesson, four weeks
Lesson Goal: Students will be able to enhance literacy development in the areas of
nouns, adjectives and antonyms/synonyms.
A seven line diamond shaped poem with the
Line 1- one subject word
Line 2- two wo
Lesson Goal: Identify and use adverbs correctly.
Definition and Example
An adverb describes a verb, an adjective, or other
Verb: Jan read the book thoughtfully.
Adjective: He is quite popular with his friends.
Adverb: She feels remark
Worksheet: Bookcase and Bathroom
3. Anne is referring to the fact that they could go to the offices
and the warehouse in the evenings and during the weekend.
4. Yes, because it was much more fun when there were other people
and they go
Colons & Hyphens
Lesson Goal: to use colons and hyphens correctly!
Use after a greeting in a business letter.
When you write the time, separate the hour from the minute
Use a colon before a list of item
A poem that creates a clear word picture of a single detail
often from nature. It contain 5 lines that contain 2, 4, 6, 8
and 2 syllables.
Line 1- write a noun
Line 2- write 2 adjectives (separate with comma)
Line 3- wri
Lesson Goal: Use commas correctly in all forms of writing.
Commas separate items in a series
(three or more words or phrases).
The hurricane destroyed trees, fences, and
He exercises in the morning, at dusk, and
Lesson Goal: Students will be
able to use knowledge of
homophones and homographs
to determine the meaning of
Definition & Examples
Homonyms have the same sound
but different meanings.
Lesson Goal: Identify and use adjectives.
An adjective describes a noun or a
Ex: He is wearing a blue shirt.
An adjective tells what kind, which one,
or how many.
Ex: famous athlete what kind
those pretzels which one(s)
Correcting Run-On Sentences
Lesson Goal: Students will be able to identify run-on sentences and fix them.
A run-on sentence consists of two or more
sentences that are run together with commas
or without punctuation.
A comma splice is when you
Lesson Goal: Use proper capitalization for
a variety of situations.
Capitalize the FIRST word of a sentence.
Ex: Everybody has a ticket.
Capitalize the FIRST word in ANY
She asked, Can we got to the zoo?
GEO POWER LUNCH SESSION 6: Chapter 11 WNW
Find area of each of the following:
Polvecns and Circle
A: 4- amalgam)
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4. The following hexagon is missing information 52 n
needed to find the area. Find the missing
Chapter 2 (Part 1)
Lesson Goal: I will be able to write and determine
the truth values of conditional statements; I will be
able to write and deconstruct biconditional
1. Inductive Reasoning: using proven truths or
patterns to form conc
Lesson Goal: I will be able to classify triangles and find side
measures and missing interior and exterior angle measures of
What is a Triangle?
everyone in this class could identify what a
triangle is, but do you kno
Measure and Classify Angles
Lesson Goal: I will be able to name, measure,
and classify angles
Angle: a figure that consists of two different rays which share
the same endpoint. The rays are the sides of the
Vertex: the common endpo
3.2 Properties of Parallel Lines
3.3 Proving Lines Parallel
Lesson Goal: I will be able to use properties of parallel lines to
Midpoint & Distance
Lesson Goal: I will be able to find lengths of segments on a coordinate
plane. I will be able to locate a segment bisector.
Midpoint: (of a segment) is the point that divides a segment into two
3.1 Lines and Angle Pairs
Lesson Goal: I will be able to identify the
relationships between angles formed by
two lines and a transversal.
Parallel, Perpendicular, & Skew
Parallel Lines: lines that are coplanar
(on the same plane) and run in the
Chapter 1.1: Identify
Points, Lines, and Planes
Lesson Goal: I will know precise definitions of basic geometry terms.
Undefined Terms: In geometry some terms do not have a formal
definition, but there is an agreement about what they mean. These
Use Segments and
Lesson Goal: I will be able to use segment postulates to identify
In Geometry, certain facts or rules are accepted and certain facts have
A rule that is accepted without proof is cal
1.5 Exploring Angle PAIRS
Lesson Goal: I will be able to identify special
angle pairs and use their relationship
to find angle measures
Adjacent Angles: two coplanar
angles with a common side and a
Lesson Goal: I will be able to connect
reasoning in algebra and geometry; I will be
able to prove and apply geometric theorems.
A proof is a convincing argument that uses
logical (or deductive) reasoning to show why a
conjecture is true. It