# Order of Operations with Integers - Error Analysis + Partner Pair Activity

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Activity 1: Error Analysis
Students will need to use order of operations + integer rules to determine whether a set of problems were completed correctly. If the problem is incorrect, the student must identify the mistake and provide the correct answer. If there are no mistakes, then the student would need to answer “no mistakes.”

**This activity is a great way to determine student understanding of the integer/order of operation rules. Computing a problem is one thing, but trying to find an error is a completely different story.

Activity 2: Partner Pair
Students will pair up to complete six problems over order of operations. One student will act as partner A and the other will be partner B. The problems for each partner will be different, but the solutions will be the same. If they get the same solution, they are correct! If they get different answers, one (or both) partners have made a mistake. The partners will need to re-work their problems to determine where the mistake was made. If they can’t find a mistake, have the partners switch papers and try again!

**Although this activity is completed with a partner, students must show an independent understanding of a topic in order to complete their individual problems.

There is an answer key provided for both activities!

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