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Unit 6.2 Algebra Algebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols. Unit 6.2 - Algebra Algebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols. How do I evaluate algebraic expressions? How do I solve equations and inequalities? 6.3.2- Use order of operations and parentheses to simplifiy expressions and solve problems. 6.1.4- Select the represntation that models one of the arithmetic properties (commutative, assoicative, or
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Unit 6.2  AlgebraAlgebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols. Unit 6.2 -Algebra Algebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, lettersand symbols.How do I evaluate algebraicexpressions? 6.3.2-Use order of operations and parentheses to simplifiy expressions and solve problems.6.1.4-Select the represntation that models one of the arithmetic properties (commutative,assoicative, or distrubutive).6.1.5-Model algebraic expressions using algebra tiles.6.3.5-Translate between verbal expressions to represent quantities in different ways.6.3.3-Write equations that correspond to given situations or represent a given mathematicalrelationship.6.3.4-Rewrite expressions to represent quantities in different ways.6.3.7-Use algebraic expressions and properties to analyze numeric and geometric patterns.6.3.9-Graph ordered pair of integers in all four quadrants of the Cartesian coordinate system. How do I solveequations andinequalities? 6.3.2-Represent on a number line thesolution of a linear inequality.6.3.6-Solve two-step linear equationsusing number sense, properties, andinverse operations.  Unit 6.2  AlgebraAlgebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols.    M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence    N   o   v   e   m    b   e   r   2   0   1   1   1   o    f   7    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   1   1    /   1    )   W   e   e    k   o    f   P   T   C    1   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.1 - Differentiate between an expression and anequation. (review)6.2.2 - Define and identify the commutative,associative and distributive properties of addition.6.1.4- Select therepresentation thatmodels one of thearithmetic properties(commutative,associative, ordistributive).6.3.2- Use order of operations andparentheses to simplifyexpressions and solveproblems.6.1.5- Model algebraicexpressions usingalgebra tiles.How do I evaluatean algebraicexpression? Order of Operations PEM/DA/S Properties of Multiplication/Addition CommutativeAssociativeDistributive Algebraic Expressionsvs. equations VariableEvaluationSubstitution/Plugging inExpressionAlgebraic representationsof multiplication (ex. 7y) Translation Key Words More than, less than ,difference, quotient,product, times, divided,sum    2   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.3 - Define and identify the commutative,associative and distributive properties of multiplication.6.2.4  Select the representation that models oneof the arithmetic properties (commutative,associative, or distributive).    3   o    f   2   9 .   5  6.2.5 - Solve multi-step numerical expressionsinvolving parentheses using the order of operations.    4   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.6 - Define and identify the parts of an algebraicexpression. (review)6.2.7 - Use a physical model to represent analgebraic expression.  Unit 6.2  AlgebraAlgebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols.    M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence    N   o   v   e   m    b   e   r   2   0   1   0   2   o    f   7    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   1   1    /   8    )    5   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.8 - Translate a simple algebraic expression intoan English phrase and vice-versa.6.3.5- Translate betweenverbal/expressions/sentences and algebraicexpressions/equations.6.3.3- Write equationsthat correspond to givensituations or represent agiven mathematicalrelationship.6.3.4- Rewriteexpressions to representquantities in differentways.How do I evaluatealgebraicexpressions? Translation Key Words More than, less than ,difference, quotient,product, times, divided,sum  Properties of Multiplication/Addition CommutativeAssociativeDistributive Evaluating algebraicexpressions Combine like termsIsolating the variableInverse operationEquationSubstitute to checkBalance methodProportionCross multiply Comparison symbols <, >, , ,=,     6   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.9 - Translate between verbalexpressions/sentences and algebraicexpressions/equations.    7   o    f   2   9 .   5  6.2.10  Write equations that correspond to givensituations or represent a givenmathematical relationship.    8   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.11 - Use the properties of addition and/ormultiplication to rewrite an expression torepresent quantities in different ways.     9   o    f   2   9 .   5 Benchmark Focus  Unit 6.2  AlgebraAlgebra is a tool to represent real-world situations using numbers, letters and symbols.    M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence    N   o   v   e   m    b   e   r   2   0   1   0   3   o    f   7    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   1   1    /   1   5    )    1   0   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.11 continued 6.3.7- Use algebraicexpressions andproperties to analyzenumeric and geometricpatterns.6.3.8- Select thequalitative graph thatmodels a contextualsituation (e.g., waterfilling then draining froma bathtub.)How do I evaluatealgebraicexpressions?Representing numericaland geometric patternswith expressionsUsingsubstitution/plugging in    1   1   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.12 - Analyze a numeric or geometric pattern todetermine a corresponding algebraicexpression.    1   2   o    f   2   9 .   5  6.2.13  Given a table of values for x and y,determine which expression can be usedto find the value of one variable interms of another.    1   3   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.14 - Analyze a contextual situation to select aqualitative graph that best represents it.    1   4   o    f   2   9 .   5 6.2.14 continued
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