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I will be confident in my abilities and dependable for my peers. I will resolve conflict peacefully and I will persevere in the face of challenges. My future relies on it. WORK HARD. BE NICE. Do Now. You must be silent and working for credit B e on time E nter silently G et out homework

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Do now

I will be confident in my abilities and dependable for my peers. I will resolve conflict peacefully and I will persevere in the face of challenges. My future relies on it.WORK HARD. BE NICE.


Do now

Do Now

You must be silent and working for credit

Be on time

Enter silently

Get out homework

Immediately start work

No talking

  • -3 + 8 =

  • -10 + 6 =

  • -5 + -6 =

  • -9 + 20 =

  • 8 + -10

  • -20 + -4 =

  • -18 + -10

  • 14 – 12

  • 10 – (-12)

5 minutes

4 minutes

3 minutes

2 minutes

1 minute

TIME’S UP!


Core values

Core Values

  • Grit

    • Example: Don’t know the answer to the problem, what could you do besides putting down your pencil

  • Conflict Resolution

    • Example: Suppose you get in an disagreement with your friend while in class over who the pencil belongs to. It is clear that your friend believes the pencil is theirs. How can you de-escalate the situation?


What about subtraction

What about subtraction?

Keep FlipChange

-8 -2


Independent practice

Independent Practice

  • Take textbook from underneath desk

  • Open book to page 10

  • Work on problems 23 – 34

  • We are seated and silent


Objective

Objective

Multiply and divide with positive and negative numbers


Directions

Directions

  • Take all belongings off desk

  • Place math notebook on center of desk

  • What I write, you write


Let s try some together

Let’s try some together

  • (5)(-3) =

  • 2(-5) =

  • -2 ● -3 =

  • -6 x -7 =

  • -4 / -1

  • 40 ÷ 10 =


Independent practice1

Independent Practice

  • Complete Worksheet

  • You may choose to complete either the odd numbers or the even numbers

  • We are seated, silent, completing the assignment

  • Assignment is worth 100 points


6 th period

6th period

  • Underline numbers

  • Draw picture (if necesseary)

1. There are 12 cookies in the bag. Justin wants to evenly distribute the cookies to four of his friends. How many cookies would each friend receive? Justify your answer.


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1. There are 75 cases of soda in a warehouse. If there are 25 cans of soda in each case, how many cans of soda are in the warehouse? Justify your answer.

2. There are 8 rows of seats in a movie theater. Each row has the same number of seats. If there is a total of 72 seats, how many seats are in each row? Justify your answer.

3. Carmen read a 77-page book in 7 days. She read the same number of pages each day. How many pages did she read each day? Justify your answer.

5. Clarisa paid $140 for a magazine subscription. If she is paying $7 for each issue of the magazine, how many issues of the magazine will she receive?


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A muffin factory can bake 4 trays of blueberry muffins in the morning and 7 trays of chocolate muffins in the afternoon. If each tray holds 8 muffins, how many muffins can be baked in 1 day? Justify your answer.


Do now

1. There are 12 teachers at a school. Each teacher is provided with 100 sheets of paper. How many sheets of paper is this in all? Justify your answer.

2. A week has 7 days, and a day has 24 hours. How many hours are in 7 days? Justify your answer.

3. Larry reads 7 pages per night for 12 nights. How many pages will Larry have read? Justify your answer.

4. A school week has 5 days, and a school day has 7 hours. How many hours are in 5 school days? Justify your answer.

5. An oatmeal factory can bake 36 trays of strawberry oatmeal packets in the morning and 48 trays of cinnamon sugar oatmeal packets in the afternoon. If each tray holds 10 packets of oatmeal, how many oatmeal packets can be baked in 1 day?


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

  • 2(-10)=

  • (-10)(-3)=

  • -8 ● -3 =

  • 12 =

    -6

    5) -18/3

    6) -6

    -1


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