Unit 5: Integers and the Coordinate Plane

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At any place on Earth, the elevation of the ground on which you are standing is measured by how far above or below the average level of water in the ocean (called sea level) the ground is.

In a checking account, credits to the account are recorded as positive numbers (since they add money to the account), and debits to the account are recorded as negative numbers (since they take money away from the account).

All substances are made up of atoms, and atoms have protons and electrons. A proton has a positive charge, represented by a "+1", and an electron has a negative charge, represented by a "-1".

Write an integer for each situation. Explain the meaning of zero in each situation.

T1 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 7

^{ Due 11/8 }
L. 5-1 p348: 1, 2; p349 1, 2, 3; p351: 14, 15, 16; p352: 27, 29, 31

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA8). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

The goal of today's class is to review the Unit 4 Test and help you to prepare for tomorrow's retake. If you are in the review group, your job today is to:

Follow along, take great notes, ask questions, participate

TONIGHT: complete the Unit 4 Retake Prep assignment (handed out in class) AND check answers (Worksheets and answers are in PowerSchool, in the Unit 4 Retake Prep assignment). Bring it to class with you tomorrow.

Write an integer for each situation. Explain the meaning of zero in each situation.

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Unit 4

Take out something to write with and your Chromebook. If you would like, you may use your graphic organizer and/or a multiplication chart.

Open your Chromebook, but don't sign in with Google. Instead, click Apps (bottom left) > FCUSD Illuminate Kiosk.

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > Unit 4 Retake

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

When finished, put your scratch paper (with your name on it) in the basked in the front. You may read (Sora), draw, write, or rest.

Veteran's Day

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Page 347

Graph each integer or set of integers on a number line.

T2 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 13

^{ Due 11/14 }
L. 5-1 p348: 3, 4, 5; p349: 4, 5, 6, 7; p351: 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22; p352: 33

Rewrite the problem. Sketch a number line. Check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA8) or below. If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Almost EVERYONE -- who re-took the Unit 4 Test -- improved! I am so proud of you!

If you didn't do as well as you wanted, please stop by one morning this week. We can go over it together.

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

^{6.NS.6a, 6.NS.7c, 6.NS.7d}

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

The opposite of a number is the number on the opposite side of 0 at the same distance from the original number.

Absolute value: the distance a number is from zero.

-4 -> don't read this as "minus 4". It can be read "negative four" or "the opposite of four". The second way is more accurate because, if you have a -k, k may be a negative number.

When you see an expression, the directions will say "Evaluate", which means to find the answer.

Pages 356 - 357

Textbook videos: sign in, click Lesson Resources, tutor (chat icon). Go to Filters: Chapter 5, Lesson 2 > Tutor

T3 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 14

^{ Due 11/15 }
* Sketch a horizontal or vertical number line with zero in the middle

L. 5-2 p361: 25*, 27*, 29*, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35; p359: 1*, 3, 5*, 7, 8, 9; p362: 43, 45, 47

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA9). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

^{6.NS.6c and 6.NS.7b}

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 364 - 365

Textbook videos: sign in, click Lesson Resources, tutor (chat icon). Go to Filters: Chapter 5, Lesson 3 > Tutor

T4 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 15

^{ Due 11/16 }
L. 5-3 p369: 23*, 21, 19, 17*, 16*, 15*; p367: 7, 6*, 5, 4*, 3*, 2*, 1*; p370: 27, 29

* Sketch a horizontal or vertical number line.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA8) or below. If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Use a number line to compare -3 and -6. Write your answer using an inequality.

Use a number line to order from least to greatest: { -2, 14, -6, 27, -12 }

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 388-389

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T5 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 16

^{ Due 11/17 }
For each problem, sketch a horizontal or vertical number line.

L. 5-5 p393: 25, 21, 19, 18, 17, 16; p391: 4, 2, 1; p394: 39

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

When you come back from break, we will have our Unit 5 Quiz and Project. To get ready, let's start by completing as much as we can of our Unit 5 Graphic Organizer.

If there is a box that you don't know what to write or put, work with your partner or ask me for help. If it is something we haven't studied yet, wait until next week to start filling in those boxes.

Use a number line to compare:

A solution

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Let's take a quick look at what we studied before break.

Graphing On The Coordinate Plane - Math Antics (1:23 - 6:47)

Pause and graph (3, 2) before Rob shows how to do it.

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Identify all four quadrants in the coordinate plane. Define axes.

Identify the quadrant for an ordered pair based on the signs in the ordered pair. E.x. (-, +) would be Q2.

Ordered pairs: (x, y)

T6 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 27

^{ Due 11/28 }
L. 5-6 p401: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27; p399: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; p402: 35, 37

Write the ordered pair and the quadrant. Then check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA9). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Graphing On The Coordinate Plane - Math Antics (6:15 - 9:32)

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 404-405

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T7 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 28

^{ Due 11/29 }
L. 5-7 p409: 23-35; p407: 1-13; p410: 39-41 (on all pages, do only odd numbered questions)

Rewrite the problem. Sketch a coordinate plane. show your work. Check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA9). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Nov 29 Prepare

^{ Due 11/30 }
Tomorrow is the Unit 5 Quiz. It is worth 50 points (1/2 of a test). There are no retakes (for quizzes).

You may use your Graphic Organizer.

Your job today in class: pay attention, participate, ask questions, and take notes during the review.

Your job tonight: read through your graphic organizer and look at the review notes from class today (3 images, below).

Sketch a coordinate plane and graph the following:

A (0, -1.5)

B. (-1, -3)

C. (4, -2.5) and its reflection across the x-axis (D).

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

When two ordered pairs differ only by signs, the locations of the points are related by reflections across one or both axes.

A. (-2, 4) and (-2, -4)

B. (-3, 1) and (3, 1)

Unit 5

Take out your Unit 5 Graphic Organizer, something to write with, a number line maker (if you have one) and your Chromebook.

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > U5 Quiz

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

When finished, put your scratch paper (with your name on it) in the basked in the front. * Don't turn in your graphic organizer. You may read (Sora), draw, write, or rest.

Dec 1 Quiz Corrections

^{ Due 12/1 }
The most important part of yesterday's assessment (learning from your mistakes) happens TODAY -- during class, right now!

Sign in to Illuminate. Open your quiz and look at the questions.

On your Corrections Worksheet, write the numbers of the problems you missed. If you need more than one worksheet, you make as many as you need.

Find one of the experts and ask them to show you how to do the problem. After they show you -- and you understand -- write the expert's name on your paper.

Rewrite the problem. Do the problem correctly. Show as much thinking as you can.

Before moving to the next problem, complete the reflection: identify and write the mistake you made on the quiz.

When you finish learning how to do all the problems you missed, put your corrections in the basket.

* If you finish and other students are still working, pick a problem that you feel you are an expert in and start helping out.

Last day of the first semester: December 15

The last day I accept late work is this Friday, December 8

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > U5 Quiz

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

Dec 5 Quiz Corrections

^{ Due 12/5 }
Sign in to Illuminate. Open your quiz and look at the questions.

Rewrite the problem. Do the problem correctly. Show as much thinking as you can.

When you finish learning how to do all the problems you missed, put your corrections in the basket.

In a moment I will pass back your corrections. If you see a signature, your quiz score was increased. If you see "Inc", that means incomplete.

If your work was incomplete, be sure to rewrite the problem, show your work, and complete a reflection for each problem you missed.

I will accept this assignment (late) up to this Friday.

How do you play BattleShip?

What does a pencil and paper version of Battleship look like (using the Coordinate Plane)?

Here is an example of how I setup my battlefield. (Notice that the points are located at the intersections of the lines.)

If you get confused, use Desmos to check an ordered pair.

If you haven't already, please store your phone and/or smart watch in your Yonder Bag.

If you don't have a phone or smart watch, feel free to leave your Yonder Bag at home.

Tomorrow is the Unit 5 Test. You will have a chance to show how good you are at graphing ordered pairs in all four quadrants of the Coordinate Plane. There are six questions, and it is worth 100 points.

Let's complete a quick practice test right now.

Dec 7 Partner Project

^{ Due 12/11 }
You and your partner will be given a blank coordinate plane and a list of ordered pairs.

On the back of the coordinate plane handout, in the top, right corner, write your names and the letter of your ordered pairs handout.

While you work, one person reads an ordered pair (and checks or lightly crosses it off). The other person graphs the ordered pair.

Connect the dots as you go. When you get to a new shape, take turns.

For each shape, do not connect the beginning and end points -- unless they happen to connect.

When you get to a new shape, do not connect the prior shape's end point with the new shapes first point.

Some shapes will connect (i.e. start on a random point you've already plotted). That's okay.

Unit 5

Graphic Organizer

Notes

Unit 5 Ch. 5 Video Lessons

Sections in the book

Chapter 5: Lessons 1-7

CA State Standards

6.NS.5
6.NS.6 (a-c)
6.NS.7 (a-d)
6.NS.8

Pass back papers

If you receive a paper back and PowerSchool shows that it is missing, please bring it to me ASAP.

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Write an integer for each situation. Explain the meaning of zero in each situation.

T1 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 7

^{ Due 11/8 }
L. 5-1 p348: 1, 2; p349 1, 2, 3; p351: 14, 15, 16; p352: 27, 29, 31

Follow along, take great notes, ask questions, participate

Write an integer for each situation. Explain the meaning of zero in each situation.

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Unit 4

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > Unit 4 Retake

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

Veteran's Day

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Page 347

Graph each integer or set of integers on a number line.

T2 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 13

^{ Due 11/14 }
L. 5-1 p348: 3, 4, 5; p349: 4, 5, 6, 7; p351: 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22; p352: 33

Almost EVERYONE -- who re-took the Unit 4 Test -- improved! I am so proud of you!

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

^{6.NS.6a, 6.NS.7c, 6.NS.7d}

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Absolute value: the distance a number is from zero.

When you see an expression, the directions will say "Evaluate", which means to find the answer.

Pages 356 - 357

T3 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 14

^{ Due 11/15 }
* Sketch a horizontal or vertical number line with zero in the middle

L. 5-2 p361: 25*, 27*, 29*, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35; p359: 1*, 3, 5*, 7, 8, 9; p362: 43, 45, 47

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

^{6.NS.6c and 6.NS.7b}

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 364 - 365

T4 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 15

^{ Due 11/16 }
L. 5-3 p369: 23*, 21, 19, 17*, 16*, 15*; p367: 7, 6*, 5, 4*, 3*, 2*, 1*; p370: 27, 29

* Sketch a horizontal or vertical number line.

Use a number line to compare -3 and -6. Write your answer using an inequality.

Use a number line to order from least to greatest: { -2, 14, -6, 27, -12 }

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 388-389

T5 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 16

^{ Due 11/17 }
For each problem, sketch a horizontal or vertical number line.

L. 5-5 p393: 25, 21, 19, 18, 17, 16; p391: 4, 2, 1; p394: 39

Use a number line to compare:

A solution

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving Break

Let's take a quick look at what we studied before break.

Graphing On The Coordinate Plane - Math Antics (1:23 - 6:47)

Pause and graph (3, 2) before Rob shows how to do it.

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Identify all four quadrants in the coordinate plane. Define axes.

Ordered pairs: (x, y)

T6 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 27

^{ Due 11/28 }
L. 5-6 p401: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27; p399: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; p402: 35, 37

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

Graphing On The Coordinate Plane - Math Antics (6:15 - 9:32)

Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

Pages 404-405

T7 Check-your-understanding Questions Nov 28

^{ Due 11/29 }
L. 5-7 p409: 23-35; p407: 1-13; p410: 39-41 (on all pages, do only odd numbered questions)

Nov 29 Prepare

^{ Due 11/30 }
You may use your Graphic Organizer.

Sketch a coordinate plane and graph the following:

A (0, -1.5)

B. (-1, -3)

C. (4, -2.5) and its reflection across the x-axis (D).

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

A. (-2, 4) and (-2, -4)

B. (-3, 1) and (3, 1)

Unit 5

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > U5 Quiz

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

Dec 1 Quiz Corrections

^{ Due 12/1 }
Sign in to Illuminate. Open your quiz and look at the questions.

Rewrite the problem. Do the problem correctly. Show as much thinking as you can.

When you finish learning how to do all the problems you missed, put your corrections in the basket.

Last day of the first semester: December 15

The last day I accept late work is this Friday, December 8

I am a student > Click Google > use @student.fcusd.org > Take Assessment > U5 Quiz

Scratch Paper: for each problem, write the number and key information. Show your work.

Dec 5 Quiz Corrections

^{ Due 12/5 }
Sign in to Illuminate. Open your quiz and look at the questions.

Rewrite the problem. Do the problem correctly. Show as much thinking as you can.

When you finish learning how to do all the problems you missed, put your corrections in the basket.

I will accept this assignment (late) up to this Friday.

How do you play BattleShip?

What does a pencil and paper version of Battleship look like (using the Coordinate Plane)?

If you get confused, use Desmos to check an ordered pair.

If you haven't already, please store your phone and/or smart watch in your Yonder Bag.

If you don't have a phone or smart watch, feel free to leave your Yonder Bag at home.

Let's complete a quick practice test right now.

Dec 7 Partner Project

^{ Due 12/11 }
You and your partner will be given a blank coordinate plane and a list of ordered pairs.

Connect the dots as you go. When you get to a new shape, take turns.

For each shape, do not connect the beginning and end points -- unless they happen to connect.

Some shapes will connect (i.e. start on a random point you've already plotted). That's okay.

Unit 5