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  1.   Math Team Challenge
A fun math game that you can play with your students. It requires students to work in teams to solve problems. You can use any type of problem for this game. They can be out of the textbook, off a worksheet, or created by you.

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  1.   Order of Operation
Order of Operation Judy Young Seventh Grade/Math: Pre-Algebra Content Area Objectives Addressed: *Understanding and using operations with integers. *Understanding and using properties with integers. *Applying operations with integers to real life problems. *Applying properties with integers to real life problems. Technology Objectiv...
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  2.   Order Of Operations
ORDER OF OPERATIONS Bernice E. Holloway Bellwood School District #88 1801 N. 36th Avenue Stone Park, IL 60165 1-708-344-9344 OBJECTIVES: -to use grouping symbols and the standard order of operations to simplify numerical expressions. -to use the order of operations to evaluate variable expressions. -to use the calculator and compute...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Order of Operations
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2005 Lesson Plan 3: Order of Operation Faculty Name: Tetra Winters School: Friars Point Elementary Grade Level: 5th Grade 1 demonstrate how to evaluate expressions using order of operations. Teaching objective: The students will 2 The teacher will begin class by telling the students that variables are used in expressions to represent an unknown value....
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  4.   Expressions Using Order of Operations
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2003 Lesson Plan #3 Faculty Name: Polyneise Redd School: Oakhurst Junior High City: Clarksdale, MS Grade Level: 7th Grade Mathematics 1. Teaching objective(s) Students will be able to evaluate expressions using order of operations. 2. Instructional Activities The teacher will start the lesson by asking students to use exactly five 3's to make the number 3. The teacher will instruct students that they may use the following symbols: +, -, , , and parentheses. The teacher will observe students, ask for responses, and write several solutions o...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Order of Operations Expressions
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2003 Lesson Plan III Faculty Name: Carolyn Corey School: None City: Camden Grade Level: 9-12 Pre-algebra 1. Teaching objective(s): Evaluate expressions using order of operations. 2. Instructional Activities: a. Teacher will review basic rules of order of operations in numerical problems and problems using parenthesis. b. Good web sites for these activities are listed in materials and resources. 3. Materials and Resources: a. Materials needed will be the student notes, pencils, calculator...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Simplify Expressions Using Order of Operations
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2003 Lesson Plan One Faculty Name: Joanna Dickison School: Olive Branch Middle School City: Olive Branch, MS Grade Level: 8th Grade Math 1 Teaching objective(s) The students will simplify expressions using order of operations. 2 Instructional Activities The students will begin class by completing a problem of the day in their journals, where they will solve the problem and write a paragraph describing the steps they took to find the solution. Because my school's schedule is based on a modified block schedule, I always choose problems...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Evaluate Expressions Using Order of Operations
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2002 Lesson Planning Guide Faculty Name: Carmelle M. Ellis School: W. A. Higgins Jr. High Grade Level: 7 1 Teaching objective(s) Students will evaluate expressions using order of operations. 2 Instructional Activities The teacher will open today's lesson by giving a situational problem: Use five 2's to make the number 1. You may use the symbols +, -, x, or / as well as parentheses. Answer: (2 x 2 + 2) / 2 2= 1 6 / 2 2= 1 3 2=1 The teacher will introduce the term "order of operations" to the class. T...
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  8.   Model Order of Operations to Simply and/or Evaluate Numerical and Algebraic Expressions
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2002 Lesson Planning Guide 2 Faculty Name: Betty G. Carter School: Threadgill Elementary Grade Level: 6th Grade Math Institute Content: IVC Model order of operations to simply and/or evaluate numerical and algebraic expressions. 1 2 Teaching objective(s) Students will simply expressions using order of operations, including parentheses. Instructional Activities 1. Students will solve the "Problem of the Day" as they enter the classroom (teacher is silently taking roll). Studen...
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  9.   A Story with Order of Operations
A Story with Order of Operations Lesson/Unit Overview Objectives/Expected Learning Outcomes: Students will: * * Conceptualize the process for solving a word problem based upon a story created in PowerPoint Apply Order of Operations rules to correctly find the solution in the story Targeted ISTE Indicators & Standards ICĀ³ Standards Presentati...
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  10.   Bowling Over the Order of Operations
Bowling Over the Order of Operations Description After learning how to solve equations using the order of operations, students will use their skills to create equations that will "knock down bowling pins". Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.1.3.3 The student produces final documents that have been edited for-correct spelling;-correct pu...
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