Common Core Standards:
- A.SSE.1.a - (interpret parts of an expression)
- A.SSE.2 - (rewriting expressions based on the structure of the expression)
- A.APR.1 - (adding and subtracting polynomials)
- A.CED.1 - (ceate equations and inequalities in one variable, and use to solve problems.)
- A.CED.3 - (represent constraints on linear equations and inequalities in the context of the problem)
- A.CED.4 - (rearrange formulas to isolate a certain variable)
- A.REI.1 - (explain each step in solving an equation)
- A.REI.3 - (solve equations and inequalities in one variable)
- Embedded Standards (to be infused through ALL units of study):
- N.Q.1 - (choose and interpret units in understand problems and guide solution paths)
- N.Q.2 - (define appropriate quantities in context)
- N.Q.3 - (choose a level of accuracy appropriate to limitations on measurements)
*Each standard is linked to www.shmoop.com - where the standards are explained in more detail, with a few examples provided.
- 6.EE.2, 6.EE.3, 6.EE.4, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.8
- 7.NS.1.d, 7.NS.2.c, 7.NS.2.d, 7.NS.3, 7.EE.1, 7.EE.3, 7.EE.4.a, 7.EE.4.b
- 8.NS.1, 8.EE.7.b
Allotted Time Frame: 11 days (including test day)
Learning Targets: "I can..."
- manipulate fractions and decimals, and convert between fractions and decimals.
- model and solve real-world and mathematical problems involving arithmetic operations with integers.
- use the order of operations to evaluate expressions with or without grouping symbols and/or exponents.
- evaluate algebraic expressions using specific values for variables (substitution).
- read, write, and translate verbal expressions into mathematical and algebraic expressions.
- create and evaluate expressions to model and solve real-world and mathematical problems.
- use the properties of equality to simplify algebraic expressions.
- read, write, and translate verbal expressions into algebraic equations and/or inequalities.
- write and solve one- and two-step equations in a single variable.
- write, solve, and graph one- and two-step linear inequalities in a single variable.
- write and solve multi-step linear equations and inequalities in a single variable.
- use the properties of equality to explain the solution to a linear equation (algebraic proof).
- represent and interpret constraints on linear equations and inequalities in context.
- solve a linear equation and/or formula for a specified variable (literal equations).
- give examples of linear equations with one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions.
- use linear equations in a single variable to model and solve real-world and mathematical problems, and interpret the meaning of the solution in context.
- additive identity
- additive inverse
- algebraic proof
- associative property
- common denominator
- commutative property
- decimal expansion
- distributive property
- inverse operations
- like terms
- literal equations
- multiplicative identity
- multiplicative inverse
- order of operations
- properties of equality
- replacement set
- solution set
- Unpacking Documents (written by NC DPI)
- Check Boardworks Presentation Software for ready-made, interactive lessons aligned to the standards!
- Discovery Education Videos
- Other Lesson Development Resources