Middle School Programs Building Healthy Core Learning Math 6 Plus, Unit 7
Math 6 Plus UNIT 7 OVERVIEW: Equations and Inequalities Unit Outcomes Key Vocabulary At the end of this unit, your student should be able to: Solve equations and inequalities Graph inequalities Create an equation or inequality based on a real-world or mathematical problem.
Key Standards Addressed
Terms to deepen the student’s understanding Additive Inverse Inverse Operations Coefficients Less Than Constant Less Than or Equal To Distributive Property Like Terms Equation Opposite Evaluate Quantity Expression Rational Numbers Greater Than Solution Greater Than or Equal Term To Unlike Terms Inequality Variable Integers
Where This Unit Fits
Connections to Common Core/NC Essential Standards
Connections to prior and future learning Coming into this unit, students should have a strong 6.EE.5 Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process foundation in: of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, Multiplication Facts (0-12) make the equation or inequality true? Division Facts (0-12) How to graph a rational number on a number line 6.EE.7 Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing Order of operations and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px=q for cases in which p, q, and x are all nonnegative rational numbers. 6.EE.8 Write an inequality of the form x>c or xc or x
Materials to support understanding and enrichment Teaching videos made by Wake County teachers WCPSS YouTube Channel – Math Playlist Expressions, Equations and Inequalities Video Solutions to Equations and Inequalities Video 1-Step Equations and Inequalities Video One Step Equations Video – Khan Academy One Step Inequalities Practice – Khan Academy Translating Real Life Equations Video Graphing Equations and Inequalities Video Graphing One Step Inequalities Practice Game Applications and Word Problems with Inequalities Practice Quiz
“Learning Checks” Questions Parents Can Use to Assess Understanding What is an equation and how is it similar and/or different from an inequality? What is an inequality and how is it similar and/or different from expressions and equations? How can I determine if given value(s) provide solution(s) to an equation or inequality? What strategies can I use to determine the solution to a one-step equation? How can I translate word phrases and sentences to mathematical expressions, equations, or inequalities? How does the solution to an equation relate to the solutions of an inequality? How can I represent the solution to an equation or inequality on a number line?
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