Order of Operations Lesson Plans
- Basic Algebra- In
the first lesson, you learned that numbers and variables form sentences,
or algebraic "expressions."
Over the Order of Operations - 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".
Math- By making dominoes with different combinations of addition and
multiplication problems, students will use a familiar game to learn math
skills. Students will build skills in math by matching the answers.
or Non-Equivalent - Students will be able to identify and construct
Balances Out in the End - Students will balance shapes on the pan
balance applet to study equality, essential to understanding algebra.
Equivalent relationships will be recognized when the pans balance, demonstrating
the properties of equality.
of Operations - TLWD application of order of operations by solving
problems using the correct order of operations.
- Order of Operations-
To use grouping symbols and the standard order of operations to simplify
- Order of
Operations- Using "PEMDAS"
of Operations Bingo - Instead of calling numbers to play Bingo, you
call (and write) expressions to be evaluated for the numbers on the Bingo
cards. The operations in this lesson are addition, subtraction, multiplication,
and division. None of the expressions contain exponents.
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