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Essential Questions:
How does order relate to our everyday life? So
what? Why does order matter?
Is order often found in n...
When you get dressed, do you put
on your shoes or socks first?
Why? Explain your thinking.
When you make cereal, do you fill the
bowl with milk or cereal first? Why?
Explain your thinking.
In our lives and in math, we need to do
things in a certain order to make sure
they turn out right.
Try to come up with th...
In your math notebook, make a
list…
What do you know about Order of
Operations?
List as many things as you can!
Compare your list with your neighbor’s list.
Can you add anything to your list?
In your group, try this problem:
8 + 3 x 4 =
(One person should use the blue calculator and the
other person should use th...
Why did some people get different answers?
Order of Operations
Parenthesis or Grouping Symbols
Exponents
Multiplication and Division
Addition and Subtraction
1st
2nd...
Click on the links below
to learn more about the Order of Operations
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
Order of Operations ...
Click on the links below
for extra practice on the Order of Operations
Tutorial and Pretest
Math.com
Discuss the following problem
with your table partner:
14 + 5 X 2
Is the correct answer
38 or 24?
Explain your thinking to...
Independent Practice:
Using the bag of cards, take turns creating a numeric
expression using at least two different operat...
EXIT SLIP
On a separate piece of paper, complete the following problems.
Please turn in your paper before you exit the roo...
Independent Practice Assignment:
Turn to pg. 95 in your textbook. Do problems
1-8 on notebook paper.
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Order of operations ppt lesson

  1. 1. Essential Questions: How does order relate to our everyday life? So what? Why does order matter? Is order often found in nature? What are some examples? How is order applied in the larger world? (i.e. ….development & safety for towns & cities, etc.) How are the order of operations and algebraic modeling important in everyday life?
  2. 2. When you get dressed, do you put on your shoes or socks first? Why? Explain your thinking.
  3. 3. When you make cereal, do you fill the bowl with milk or cereal first? Why? Explain your thinking.
  4. 4. In our lives and in math, we need to do things in a certain order to make sure they turn out right. Try to come up with three or more examples from your life? Write these in your notebook.
  5. 5. In your math notebook, make a list… What do you know about Order of Operations? List as many things as you can!
  6. 6. Compare your list with your neighbor’s list. Can you add anything to your list?
  7. 7. In your group, try this problem: 8 + 3 x 4 = (One person should use the blue calculator and the other person should use the smaller calculator.) Is the answer…. 44 or 20
  8. 8. Why did some people get different answers?
  9. 9. Order of Operations Parenthesis or Grouping Symbols Exponents Multiplication and Division Addition and Subtraction 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
  10. 10. Click on the links below to learn more about the Order of Operations Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Order of Operations #1 Order of Operations #2 Order of Operations #3
  11. 11. Click on the links below for extra practice on the Order of Operations Tutorial and Pretest Math.com
  12. 12. Discuss the following problem with your table partner: 14 + 5 X 2 Is the correct answer 38 or 24? Explain your thinking to one another & come to an agreement. -Be prepared to share your ideas with the rest of the class.
  13. 13. Independent Practice: Using the bag of cards, take turns creating a numeric expression using at least two different operations or more. Write down the problems your group created in your notebook. Then, solve each one and discuss your answers.
  14. 14. EXIT SLIP On a separate piece of paper, complete the following problems. Please turn in your paper before you exit the room. 1. Solve this expression using order of operations: 7 X (8 – 6) + 3 = ? 2. How does the order in which you do the operations affect your answer? 3. Why do we need to agree on an order of operations?
  15. 15. Independent Practice Assignment: Turn to pg. 95 in your textbook. Do problems 1-8 on notebook paper.

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