# norris/ math (f2f)

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AVID/STEM Components used?W(riting)- Focused Note TakingI(nquiry)- Costa’s Levels of QuestioningC(ollaboration)- Group Discussions/WorkO(rganization)- Graphic Organizer

Academic Vocabulary

additive inverse • multiplicative inverse • absolute value • integers • long division • natural numbers • negative numbers • opposite numbers • positive numbers • rational numbers • repeating decimal • terminating decimal • zero pair

Essential Question(s):

- How do I apply properties of positive and negative rational numbers to solve problems?

- What strategies are most useful in helping develop algorithms for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative rational numbers to solve real-world problems?

Standards: 7.NS

Apply and extend previous understandings of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply,

and divide integers.

Glance at Assignments

Norris/

Math

(F2F)

Day Warm-Up Instructional Block Classwork Closing Homework

Da

y 1

Number Talk Integers and Integer Rules Notes

Integer Flipbook

Create a Math Board Game

ExitTicket/Ticket out the Door

None

Da

y 2

Da

y 3

Number Talk Integers and Integer Rules Notes

Integer Flipbook

Create a Math Board Game

ExitTicket/Ticket out the Door

None

Da

y 4

Da

y 5

Number Talk Integers and Integer Rules Notes

Integer Flipbook

Create a Math Board Game

ExitTicket/Ticket out the Door

None

F2F Day with Mrs. Bland

F2F Day with Mrs. Bland

AVID/STEM Components used?

W(riting)- Constructed ResponsesI(nquiry)- Critical Thinking ActivitiesC(ollaboration)- Group Discussions/WorkO(rganization)- Canvas modules/agendaR(eading to Learn)- Vocabulary Activity

Academic Vocabulary

asteroid • axis• Big Bang Theory • comet • equinox • Gas Giant •

geocentric • gravity • heliocentric • Kuiper Belt • meteorite • meteoroid

• meteors • Milky Way • moon phase • orbit • terrestrial

planet axis• equinox • Lunar

Eclipse • orbit • revolution • rotation • solar eclipse • solstice

Essential Question(s):- How was the universe formed and what are its main

features and characteristics?

- Why does the moon appear to change its shape over the course of the month?

- How is the tilt of the Earth related to sunlight distribution and seasons?

Standards: S6E2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the effects of the relative positions of the sun, Earth, and moon.

S6E1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about current scientific views of the universe and how those views evolved.

Glance at Assignments

Norris/

Science

(F2F)

Day Warm-Up Instructional Block Classwork Closing Homework

Da

y 1 Bell Ringer Present Planet Projects Create your own

science amusement park

TOTD None

Da

y 2

Da

y 3 Bell Ringer Brain Pop (Seasons) Create your own science

amusement parkTOTD None

Da

y 4

Da

y 5 Bell Ringer Brain Pop (Climate Change) Create your own science

amusement parkTOTD None

F2F Day with Mrs. Bland

F2F Day with Mrs. Bland