### Integers and Absolute Value 6th ADV

Integers and Absolute Value

 4 Thinking above and beyond what was taught. 3 The student will: Write and Interpret absolute value as a magnitude for a positive and negative quantity in a real-world situation (6.NS.C.7c) and distinguish comparisons of absolute value from statements about order in real world contexts. (6.NS.C.7d)Apply properties of operations as strategies to add,  subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers. (7.NS.1d, 7.NS.2c)Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiply, and divide of rational numbers. (7.NS.3)Students will understand that adding integers is like adding the absolute value of one number in a positive or negative direction. (7.NS.1b)Students will understand that subtraction is like adding the additive inverse, show the distance on a number line as absolute value, and apply these ideas in real world contexts. (7.NS.1c) 2 The student will Use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in a real world context explaining the meaning of zero in each situation. (6.NS.C.5)Students will describe situations where opposite amounts combine to make zero. (7.NS.1a)Recognize opposite signs of numbers as indicating locations on opposite sides of 0 on the number line. (6.NS.C.6a)Find and position rational numbers, including integers, on a number line. (6.NS.C.6c)Interpret statements of inequality as statements about relative position of two numbers on a number line diagram. (6.NS.C.7a)`Know that rational numbers must have a non-zero divisor  (7.NS.2b)Know rational numbers can be written as terminating or repeating decimals. (7.NS.2d)Students will show a number and its opposite are additive inverses. (7.NS.1b) 1 With help, partial success of score 2.0 content and score 3.0 content. 0 Even with help, no success