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Using two colors of counting chips, seventh graders review the multiplication of rational numbers and then explore how to divide them. They play an online game, Multiplying and Dividing Signed Numbers, and afterward they devise sign rules for dividing integers. You will find dialogue, diagrams, and links to useful support resources in this well-written lesson plan.
A wonderful set of six lesson plans on algebra is here for you. In the lessons, middle schoolers explore integers, absolute value, comparing and ordering numbers, and adding, subracting, multiplying and dividing integers. The emphasis is placed with hands-on activities, not on worksheets. While there are no worksheets embedded in the plan, there are a lot of suggested resource guides listed within each lesson.
Give your class a list of multiplication and division sentences that contain both positive and negative integers. Have them analyze them to see if they can discover the pattern with the signs. From these patterns, help them develop the rules for the operations. As a reinforcement activity, the class participates in a relay race; each individual in a row of learners completes a problem and passes it back for the next person.
In this multiplying and dividing integers worksheet, middle schoolers solve 45 short answer problems. Students multiply and divide integers. Middle schoolers draw conclusions about the resulting integer when multiplying/dividing by two positive, two negative, or one negative and one positive integer.
In this multiplying and dividing integers worksheet, students solve world problems involving multiplying and dividing integers. They use a graphing calculator to solve problems with large numbers. This three-page worksheet contains 3 problems. Explanations and examples are provided in this worksheet.
Review operations related to rational numbers and integers using the include PowerPoint presentation, "Interesting Integers." Young mathematicians classify rational numbers as being natural, whole, or integers and read an article about uses of integers in everyday life. They also create a flyer on integers and how they are used in the real world. Multiple web links and attachments are included.
Seventh and eighth graders solve math problems where they multiply positive and negative integers. In this multiplication lesson plan, learners use slate boards to complete problems. The step-by-step plan tells you what to write and say to the class as you teach this foundational skill.
There are three parts to this lesson on integers. In the first, learners explore positive and negative numbers on an actual painter's tape number line and by playing a "Hot Seat" game. In part two, they view a BrainPop video and work with Algebra tiles to consider the addition and subtraction of integers. Finally, the investigate how to multiply and divide integers. This resource is chock-full of ideas, video links, and printable practice pages for you to use in a unit on integers!
This unit on integers includes a pre-test, a post-test, four spreadsheets, and links to an interactive web-site to support the learning of integer operations. Access to computers and the Internet are imperative to this unit. The lessons are self-paced and your learners can progress at their own speed. It is well worth it to take a look at this unit. Let your learners take responsibility in learning the content, rather than giving direct instruction all the time.
Here is a comprehensive task for your middle school mathematicians regarding the multiplication and division of integers. Word problems and practical problems abound, while occasional graphics make the page more visually appealing. A couple of related website addresses areprinted at the top of the page with games that reinforce the same skills.
In this integers worksheet, 8th graders solve 21 various types of problems to include writing statements given as integers, writing a positive or negative integer for each point on a number line, and arranging integers in order from smallest to largest. They also write an integer for each product and quotient and then, determine the value of each product and quotient in each. In addition, students calculate the mean for profits and losses.