7th Grade Math Flipped Class Room Resources

- Adding and Subtracting Integers -GAME!

- 4- Square (4 Square.doc)

Complete AT LEAST one item from each section by Friday, October 30. - Section 2.1More Absolute Value

This second video explores how to work with equations within the absolute value and to put them in order. - Section 2.1 Absolute Value Video 1

This is the first video that introduces you to the idea of absolute value. - Section 2-2 Ordering Integers

Section 2-2 September 26, 2011
Based on the video or the notes, what is wrong with this?
A newspaper reporter lists the third round scores of the top five finishers in a golf tournament in order from least to greatest in the chart below:
-1 -3 0 2 5
His editor tried to fix his mistake and came up with this list: 0, -1, 2, -3, 5, how would you fix the list?
- Section 2-3 The Coordinate Plane

Section 2-3 September 27, 2011
Explain why the location of point A (1, -2) is different than the location of point B(-2, 1). Use the provided coordinate plane to justify your response.
- Section 2-4 Adding Integers

Video #1 on adding integers - Section 2-4 Adding Integers #2

Video #2 on adding integers. - Section 2-4 Adding Integers

Section 2-4 September 28, 2011
Explain how you know whether a sum is positive, negative, or zero without actually adding. Justify your response using examples.
- Section 2.5 Subtracting Integers 1

Video #1 on subtracting integers. - Section 2.5 Subtracting Integers 2

Video #2 on subtracting integers. - Section 2.5 Subtracting Integers 3

2-5 September 30, 2011
What rules did you use when adding integers that you still used when subtracting integers? Which rule do use in subtraction that you would not use in addition? Support your answer using examples.
- Section 2.6 Multiplying Integers

2-6 October 3, 2011
Based on the video, if multiplication is repeated addition (ex. 2 x 3 = 2 + 2 + 2), multiplying two positives results in a positive number, the same happens when we multiply two negatives. But, when we multiply a positive and a negative the result is always negative. Show examples of this using repeated addition below:
Positive x Positive
Negative x Negative
Negative x Positive
- Section 2.7 Patterns

2-7 October 4, 2011
Based on the video or notes, write a word problem that could be solved by finding a pattern.
- Section 2.8 Dividing Integers

2-8 October 5, 2011
Identify the expression that does not belong with the other three. Explain your reasoning.
-66 ÷ 11
-32 ÷ (-4)
16 ÷ (-4)
-48 ÷ 4