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Topic 4 – Represent and Solve Equations and InequalitiesModerators: Jump to page : 1 Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page] | |

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Math Location: IAKSS | These Topic 4 online assessments are NOT required. Topic 4 can be customized, or teachers/PLCs can create their own assessments. However, if teachers “want” to use the enVision online Topic 4, the Snips are ready and attached. Please share with all math teachers including sped and EL. If used: • Students will use the paper copies attached to complete the work before they log on and complete the assessment online. • The paper form of the common online assessment will allow teachers to “see” the student work and still enable the answers to post to the platform. • The paper copies will also enable PLC’s to analyze for common errors or misconceptions or gather examples of exemplary work. Yes, calculators used for all assessments. As you think of additional questions, please do not hesitate to email or call. Thanks! Natalee Attachments ---------------- Grade 6 Topic 4 Online Assessment question print out.docx (134KB - 2055 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: Retired FCPS, Current UK and Transy | inequality sort Attachments ---------------- 6th topic 4 inequality Card Sort.docx (64KB - 252 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | Mrs. Feese - please share the attached I created on JamBoard. My students love JamBoard! So easy to assign, too! I created using the card sort in MILC as a reference, and I also added writing what you see in a graph (number line) and more. The topic is Graphing Inequalities on a number line. The title is in Spanish, BUT the Jamboard is all in English. https://jamboard.google.com/d/1ZKGwh-52ijzMtHL0aFpFTRESlov_Sqii5hZSoxoMPJo/copy Abigail Santiago Bryan Station Middle School | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | Open Middle Tasks - Use Number Tiles as a manipulative Option. How does choosing the coefficient or constant affect the variable’s value? What is the largest possible value that the coefficient of b can be? Answer One answer from Barb Everhart is: 4 + a = 9 3 * b = 6 c – 7 = 1 a = 5, b = 2, c = 8 There are other solutions! See what the students come up with and let them write on the board! 2nd Equation -Ask - How does each constant’s value affect the solution’s value? How does the coefficient’s value affect the solution’s value? Answer Assuming x can be a negative value, 1x + 9 = 2 gives the least possible value of -7. The greatest possible value would be 1x + 2 = 9 Attachments ---------------- Open Middle Questions Equations - use with number tiles.pdf (62KB - 15 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | The FAL is the source for the card sort. The "entire" FAL does not "have" to be used. Pull the card sort (page 14) - pull the post-assessment for a quick formative at the end (page 15 in the FAL) - use this PowerPoint, and you are set! The FAL- Solving Linear Equations in One Variable - can be found here: https://www.map.mathshell.org/download.php?fileid=1686 Attachments ---------------- Solving Linear Equations in One Variable.pptx (1207KB - 10 downloads) Solving Linear Equations in One Variable.pdf (366KB - 13 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | BUMP - Solving Equations Students work with a partner, and each team of 2 will need the following: Materials: One die, one transparent spinner (placed on the table to the left of the gameboard), and eight counters per player. Each player uses a different color. Attachments ---------------- Bump_ Solving Equations.docx.pdf (50KB - 19 downloads) | ||

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