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This lesson is aimed to help students get comfortable filling in ratio tables relating to the real world. The animations seem to help students understand. I've also made notes to go along with the powerpoint. Homework and an Exit Ticket are included.
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a lesson to help students that struggle when dividing negative numbers. Students are reminded they need to find a positive one. They are forced to think about what they are doing and which rule they need to use to determine the sign of their
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These notes have a powerpoint to go along with them. This lesson is aimed to help students get comfortable filling in ratio tables relating to the real world. The animations seem to help students understand. Homework and an Exit Ticket are included.
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is another method of division to help students that struggle with conventional methods. I use this for middle school foundations. It helps students that don't know their multiplication facts. I have made a PowerPoint that goes with it to aid in
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This is the PowerPoint that teaches students how to use the multiplication table to solve a division problem. The first 3 problems from the notes page are done with animations.
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Extra Practice to use for differentiation or homework.
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This PowerPoint goes with the guided notes. The goal is to ensure that students understand they are creating a one, not a zero pair. This lesson was made for a foundations 8 class. It starts with a question to help them understand the concept of
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These notes have an objective, Big Idea word problem, and I do, we do, you dos. There are no negative numbers, and all of the numbers divide evenly. The first three problems are modeled on the Powerpoint that goes with these notes. This is designed
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This is a Warm up and Key skill review to get students ready to solve one step equations with a coefficient. The back is left empty so that you can put more problems on the board to work on problem areas, or have the students create their own
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These notes have a PowerPoint that goes over the review, and I do/We dos. These notes are designed for students that struggle with dividing integers. This forces them to think about what they are doing and what the sign of their answer must be.
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This is a warm up that reviews how to solve one step equations. It has a vocabulary component to aid ELLs and students that struggle with vocabulary. The written portion forces them to think about what they are doing and how to isolate the variable.
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