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1) The arrow above points to a symbol. What is
the name of the symbol?
2) What does the symbol mean?
 Experiencing Trust activity
 Rules and procedures
 Students will learn to…
 Explore and explain equality
 Expectations
 During any test/quiz/assessment, there will be
absolutely no talking.
 Answer the questions to the best ...
 Independently complete the worksheet.
 On questions 1-5, please write a short
explanation to explain your thinking.
 How do we communicate mathematically?
 What symbols do we use to communicate?
 Balance and Equivalence Activity
 Students will learn to…
 Explain their thinking on balance and equivalence
 Explain the equal sign (=) and why it is i...
 Balance and Equivalence
 6-10: Pair share
 #6: What does it mean and why is it
important?
 #9: Important vocabulary?
 True or False activity
 Discuss each problem with your partner.
 Decide if the answer is true or false.
 Be prepared ...
 Twitter Summary
 Give a clear, concise description of the equal sign
and what it represents.
 140 characters or less
...
 425 + 355
 The math problem above is an expression. At
this point, the problem has no meaning. Your
job is to take the ...
 Properties and Operations
 Common Core Standards
 Essential Questions
 Learning Targets – Kid friendly
 Rating scale...
 Equations
 Expressions
 Variables
 Context
 Balance and equivalence
 Twitter Summary
 Students will learn to…
 Analyze the “Equal Sign” summaries and work
with a partner to improve them.
 Describe the con...
 You will each be given a twitter summary (not
your own).
 Your goal is to analyze the definition and try
to make it bet...
 You will have 5 minutes to improve the
summary.
 Questions???
 Demonstration
 Describe the connection between a balance
scale and equality (equal sign).
 Should be at least a paragraph…
 This is your first homework assignment.
 Be Responsible
 Complete the homework
 Bring it back to school tomorrow
 Br...
Equality Homework
1) 241 + 5682 = + 241
2) 2 + 7 + 3 = + 2 + 3
3) 5 + 16 = + 8
4) 10 + 3 = + 3 + 5
5) 1001 – 999 = m
Which...
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  • 2 minutes to think on own2 minutes to share w/ partnerShare with class.
  • #6 – Have someone come to the board and record the class discussion
  • On step 3, have groups write out their problems on computer paper.Share problems with groups behind/in front of them.Share with the class.Order them for complexity… why?
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    1. 1. 1) The arrow above points to a symbol. What is the name of the symbol? 2) What does the symbol mean?
    2. 2.  Experiencing Trust activity  Rules and procedures
    3. 3.  Students will learn to…  Explore and explain equality
    4. 4.  Expectations  During any test/quiz/assessment, there will be absolutely no talking.  Answer the questions to the best of your ability.  It does not count against your grade.  When you are finished, turn them over and find something to do quietly.
    5. 5.  Independently complete the worksheet.  On questions 1-5, please write a short explanation to explain your thinking.
    6. 6.  How do we communicate mathematically?  What symbols do we use to communicate?
    7. 7.  Balance and Equivalence Activity
    8. 8.  Students will learn to…  Explain their thinking on balance and equivalence  Explain the equal sign (=) and why it is important.
    9. 9.  Balance and Equivalence  6-10: Pair share  #6: What does it mean and why is it important?  #9: Important vocabulary?
    10. 10.  True or False activity  Discuss each problem with your partner.  Decide if the answer is true or false.  Be prepared to JUSTIFY your answer.
    11. 11.  Twitter Summary  Give a clear, concise description of the equal sign and what it represents.  140 characters or less  I will choose 1 summary from each class to tweet.
    12. 12.  425 + 355  The math problem above is an expression. At this point, the problem has no meaning. Your job is to take the expression above and create a word problem by giving it context.  Your next job is to make this problem more challenging. Using your previous context, introduce the number 275 to make this a two step problem.
    13. 13.  Properties and Operations  Common Core Standards  Essential Questions  Learning Targets – Kid friendly  Rating scale  Vocabulary  Put your name on the unit plan, it is yours to keep.  We will refer to these almost daily.
    14. 14.  Equations  Expressions  Variables  Context  Balance and equivalence  Twitter Summary
    15. 15.  Students will learn to…  Analyze the “Equal Sign” summaries and work with a partner to improve them.  Describe the connection between a balance and equality.
    16. 16.  You will each be given a twitter summary (not your own).  Your goal is to analyze the definition and try to make it better.  Use the basic idea of the summary given to you, but try to improve it.
    17. 17.  You will have 5 minutes to improve the summary.  Questions???
    18. 18.  Demonstration
    19. 19.  Describe the connection between a balance scale and equality (equal sign).  Should be at least a paragraph…
    20. 20.  This is your first homework assignment.  Be Responsible  Complete the homework  Bring it back to school tomorrow  Bring it to class.
    21. 21. Equality Homework 1) 241 + 5682 = + 241 2) 2 + 7 + 3 = + 2 + 3 3) 5 + 16 = + 8 4) 10 + 3 = + 3 + 5 5) 1001 – 999 = m Which problem was hardest for you? Why? Which problems are similar to each other? Why? Instructions: Try to solve each problem without using any tools/calculations. On the back, explain your thinking as you were solving each problem. s:
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