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Integers lesson 1.2

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Overview:
This second lesson in negative integers carries the "real life" concept (temperature and debt) to the number line. Students will work with number lines with positive and negative numbers.
Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Homework/Assignment
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Date Added:
03/10/2018
License:
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Language:
English
Media Format:
Graphics/Photos, Text/HTML

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Susan Jones
on Oct 06, 11:01am Evaluation

Opportunities for Deeper Learning: Strong (2)

The lesson guided students to make connections to abstract reasoning, and to use the number line model, etc.

Susan Jones
on Oct 06, 11:01am Evaluation

Quality of Technological Interactivity: Not Applicable (N/A)

There would be room in this lesson for using online resources to practice answering "greater than, less than or equal" questions.

Susan Jones
on Oct 06, 11:01am Evaluation

Quality of Assessments: Strong (2)

Some of the questions on the assessment were challenging; it was not used as a "graded quiz" in our lesson. Students were guided through figuring out the number line challenges.

Susan Jones
on Oct 06, 11:01am Evaluation

Utility of Materials Designed to Support Teaching: Superior (3)

The lesson linked to many resources to make the lesson more visual and interactive, such as wall-sized number lines and ones for student notebooks.

Susan Jones
on Oct 06, 11:01am Evaluation

Quality of Explanation of the Subject Matter: Strong (2)

This lesson invites more "class discussion" with less explicit lecture as students examine a number line with positive and negative integers and connect position on the number line with numerical concepts. Students were able to see -- and talk about -- why -15 is lower than -5... and understand different ways of saying "less than," "lower," etc.

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Degree of AlignmentN/A
Quality of Explanation of the Subject Matter2.5 (2 users)
Utility of Materials Designed to Support Teaching2.5 (2 users)
Quality of Assessments2 (2 users)
Quality of Technological InteractivityN/A
Quality of Instructional and Practice Exercises2.5 (2 users)
Opportunities for Deeper Learning2 (2 users)

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