# Order Of Operation Level 8 (P) (E) (MD) (AS)

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Contents include 18 two-sided problem solving task cards. Problems on one side and step-by-step solution on the other. The task cards provide the independent practice and immediate feedback needed for students to develop mastery. Recommend printing cards at each level on different colored card stock and laminating. Cards can be printed without answers on the back as needed.

Level 8: Covers Complex Expressions to Simplify involving (P) parenthesis (E) exponents (MD) multiplying and dividing left to right (AS) adding and subtracting left to right as well as recognizing middle dot and 6(24) as denoting multiplication operations

These materials were originally developed to ensure struggling learners had the practice they needed to meet grade level expectations. This is especially helpful when working with students that demonstrate learning deficits in processing, reasoning, or memory. These materials meet the mandated instructional modifications for SPED and 504 students.

The task cards have proven highly effective when used as a:

1) Comprehensive self-paced remediation program: After having received a lesson specific to their individual `level, students work problems and check their answers which are on the back of each card. In cases where a student finds an answer is not correct he/she can reference the related Review Cards for a quick independent reteach. After a student has independently answered 3 or 4 problems correctly, he / she can move on to working problems at the next level. Once students feel they have mastered a level they can request to be tested out during the next session. (Testing out on the same day as a skill is practiced / reviewed does not demonstrate mastery.)

2) Individualized Math Center Activity: Students can reference their Review Cards for a mini lessons and then attempt to try and solve related problems on the task cards.

3) Bell Ringer Games: To ensure active participation by all students, this game is best played in groups of 2 or 3. A timer is set for bout 5 minutes. Each student draws a card and works their problem. When all students are finished the cards are turned over and checked. Those students that have solved their problem correctly keep the card as a point. A student that is unable to solve the problem must at least put the problem down on paper. The group must then use their Review Cards to determine what error students that were incorrect made before selecting new cards and continuing. When the timer goes off the student with the most cards wins. To make the game more interesting and increase chances of struggling learners occasionally winning, Uh-Ooh cards can be added. If a student draws one of these cards they must return all of their cars to the bottom of the stack before selecting a card with a problem to solve. Uh-Ooh cards are available for free upload.

Cards are available for purchase by individual level or as bulk multi-level sets

Our series of task cards collectively cover all the related skills and concepts that should be mastered by 6th grade which are essential for academic success in middle school and high school. These individual task cards are part of a larger self paced remediation program specifically designed for upper grades.

Also Available for Purchase:

Part 1 (levels 1 - 18)

Identify, Model, Compare <, >, =, Order, Simplify, Graph, Analyze, and

Real World Problem Solving

Part 2 (levels 19 - 32)

Addition and Subtraction Like and Unlike Denominators, Model, Graph, Convert Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions, and Real World Problem Solving

Part 3 (levels 33 - 48)

Multiplication and Division, Model, Graph, Fractions, and Real World Problem Solving

note: final editting is occurring and expect to have available for purchase by December 2019

Contents include 18 two-sided problem solving task cards. Problems on one side and step-by-step solution on the other. The task cards provide the independent practice and immediate feedback needed for students to develop mastery. Recommend printing cards at each level on different colored card stock and laminating. Cards can be printed without answers on the back as needed.

Level 2: Covers the concept of simplifying expressions in parenthesis before multiplying and dividing from left to right

These materials were originally developed to ensure struggling learners had the practice they needed to meet grade level expectations. This is especially helpful when working with students that demonstrate learning deficits in processing, reasoning, or memory. These materials meet the mandated instructional modifications for SPED and 504 students.

The task cards have proven highly effective when used as a:

1) Comprehensive self-paced remediation program: After having received a lesson specific to their individual `level, students work problems and check their answers which are on the back of each card. In cases where a student finds an answer is not correct he/she can reference the related Review Cards for a quick independent reteach. After a student has independently answered 3 or 4 problems correctly, he / she can move on to working problems at the next level. Once students feel they have mastered a level they can request to be tested out during the next session. (Testing out on the same day as a skill is practiced / reviewed does not demonstrate mastery.)

2) Individualized Math Center Activity: Students can reference their Review Cards for a mini lessons and then attempt to try and solve related problems on the task cards.

3) Bell Ringer Games: To ensure active participation by all students, this game is best played in groups of 2 or 3. A timer is set for bout 5 minutes. Each student draws a card and works their problem. When all students are finished the cards are turned over and checked. Those students that have solved their problem correctly keep the card as a point. A student that is unable to solve the problem must at least put the problem down on paper. The group must then use their Review Cards to determine what error students that were incorrect made before selecting new cards and continuing. When the timer goes off the student with the most cards wins. To make the game more interesting and increase chances of struggling learners occasionally winning, Uh-Ooh cards can be added. If a student draws one of these cards they must return all of their cars to the bottom of the stack before selecting a card with a problem to solve. Uh-Ooh cards are available for free upload.

Cards are available for purchase by individual level or as bulk multi-level sets

Our series of task cards collectively cover all the related skills and concepts that should be mastered by 6th grade which are essential for academic success in middle school and high school. These individual task cards are part of a larger self paced remediation program specifically designed for upper grades.

Also Available for Purchase:

Part 1 (levels 1 - 18)

Identify, Model, Compare <, >, =, Order, Simplify, Graph, Analyze, and

Real World Problem Solving

Part 2 (levels 19 - 32)

Addition and Subtraction Like and Unlike Denominators, Model, Graph, Convert Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions, and Real World Problem Solving

Part 3 (levels 33 - 48)

Multiplication and Division, Model, Graph, Fractions, and Real World Problem Solving

note: final editting is occurring and expect to have available for purchase by December 2019

Fraction Problem Solving Modified Mini Lessons

These modified fraction mini lessons are unique because they break problem solving down into manageable chunks for struggling learners while teaching them to apply problem solving skills. Each worksheet comes with simplified notes on the left column that the students can easily reference while working.

Contents Include: Two worksheets specific to each problem solving level so that homework can reflect lesson. Two mixed practice worksheets included with each set purchased

These materials have proven to be an effective tool when modifying lessons for remedial students and providing mandated IEP modifications as they provide comprehensive and sequential remediation of skills, concepts, and problem solving applications.

* Fraction Problems Solving Review Task Cards: Levels 1 - 18

Review cards make great reference notes, homework support, and test prep. With the problem on one side and step-by-step problem solving directions on the back. Students are able to practice their problem solving skills independently and parents are better able to support instruction at home.

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Evaluate expressions at specific values of their variables. Include expressions that arise from formulas used in real-world problems. Perform arithmetic operations, including those involving whole-number exponents, in the conventional order when there are no parentheses to specify a particular order (Order of Operations). For example, use the formulas V = s³ and A = 6 s² to find the volume and surface area of a cube with sides of length s = 1/2.
Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.
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