In math, we continued discussing about representing integers: on the number line and with 2-sided counters. We practiced drawing +/- counters to represent integers, as well as playing some interactive math games to reinforce our learning.
1.) Grade 6's- immunizations will be tomorrow
Grade 7's- please hand in your yearbook write up forms ASAP (purple form)
2.) FRENCH: Copy (write out on a piece of paper) the paragraph and correct all mistakes (eg. using the wrong form of AVOIR, spelling). There are at least 12 mistakes! Bring your corrected paragraph to class tomorrow.
Est-ce que tu a des yuex blue? Non, j'as des yeux brun. Est-ce que vous avons des chevuex blond? Non, j'a des cheveux rouge. Quel type de cheveux est-ce qu'ils sont? Ils a des cheveux tres court.
3.) MATH: Play these 2 integer games and post your best results (most correct answers and highest level) for each game in a comment.
4.) LANGUAGE ARTS: Continue blogging and engaging your group members in conversation!
5.) SCIENCE: Your robotic arms should be ready to present tomorrow!
6.) WRITE A RESPONSE:
- Choose an integer.
- Use the + and - symbols ("+" represents +1. "-" represents -1) to show 3 ways of representing that integer (similar to how we used the yellow and red counters in class to represent +1 and -1)
- Example: Integer = -2. Ways of representing the integer: a) - - b) + + - - - - c) + - - -
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