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Algebra I Module 2, Topic B, Lesson 7

Students Studying

Student Outcomes

  • Students explain why a median is a better description of a typical value for a skewed distribution.
  • Students calculate the 5-number summary of a data set.
  • Students construct a box plot based on the 5-number summary and calculate the interquartile range (IQR).
  • Students interpret the IQR as a description of variability in the data.
  • Students identify outliers in a data distribution.

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Common Core Learning Standards

CCLS State Standard
S.ID.1 Represent data with plots on the real number line (dot plots, histograms, and box plots).
S.ID.2 Use statistics appropriate to the shape of the data distribution to compare center (median, mean)
S.ID.3 Interpret differences in shape, center, and spread in the context of the data sets, accounting for
Sours: https://www.engageny.org/resource/algebra-i-moduletopic-b-lesson-7

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HOWEVER you can add, delete or rearrange slides to customize the presentation for your classroom. I have a separate presentation that contains blank background slides for you to use if you choose to add to the presentations (available here in my store for free). If you want to add content and would like to ensure the look is consistent, you will need to download some fonts from Kimberly Geswein’s TpT store (I purchased a commercial use license to use the fonts in my presentations and cannot pass them along to my customers if they are not in a secure file. However, they are free for your personal use in your classroom). I use KG Miss Kindergarten for the majority of the lessons and KG Red Hands for the headings.

These Engage NY (Eureka Math) Presentations are easy to follow during lesson presentation. There is no need to turn back to the manual. All the key elements are ready, in lesson order, for you to read and follow along. Each Presentation will help you teach all the components of one entire lesson, from Fluency Practice, to the Application Problem, through the Concept Development, Problem Set, and Student Debrief at the end. The Engage NY lessons are very detailed and the presentation does not entirely take the place of reviewing the lesson and becoming familiar with its content. Each lesson typically contains the following: pages for Fluency Practice, 1 page for the Application Problem, pages Concept Development, pages Problem Set and 1 page for Student Debriefing at the end of the lesson.

I did not write the Engage NY content; it is available online for free at Engage NY.org. Anyone can use it! I am selling my time (and oh so much of it!) and creativity in designing supplemental presentations. From what I understand, Engage NY and Eureka Math are very similar, if not identical. I’ve had many teachers tell me they use my Presentations to teach Eureka Math content. I personally have only worked with Engage NY.

Engage NY (Eureka Math) is a free curriculum that I began using at my school about 4 years ago and while the lessons were AWESOME, the manuals were very dry, extremely detailed and hard to follow. On top of that, there is a brand-new lesson every day. Add that into the daily lessons for reading and writing plus all the other content areas, I knew there was no way I’d remember the lesson flow. Therefore, I decided to create presentations to help me remember the organization of the lessons. These lessons mirror the module and allow you to interact with your students while staying on track. They have the answers to the application problems as well as the problem set questions, so students recognize their mistakes and you can provide immediate feedback.

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Engage NY Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Answer Key

Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Problem Set Answer Key

Circle the cylinders with red.
Circle the cubes with yellow.
Circle the cones with green.
Circle the spheres with blue.
Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Problem Set Answer Key 1
Answer:

Explanation:
In the above picture I circled the cylinders with red, circle the cubes with yellow., circled the cones with green, and circled the spheres with blue.

Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Homework Answer Key

Cut one set of solid shapes. Sort the 4 solid shapes. Paste onto the chart
Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Homework Answer Key 2
Answer:

Explanation:
A cube and a cone has corners and a shpere and a cylinder has no corners.

Cut the other set of solid shapes, and make a rule for how you sorted them. Paste onto the chart.
Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Homework Answer Key 3
Answer:

Explanation:
A place where two lines, edges, surfaces meet is called as a corner.

Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 2 Lesson 7 Homework Answer Key 4

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Grade 7 Mathematics Module 2, Topic A, Lesson 7

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Student Outcomes

  • Students recognize that the rules for adding and subtracting integers apply to rational numbers.
  • Given a number line, students use arrows to model rational numbers where the length of the arrow is the absolute value of the rational number and the sign of the rational number is determined by the direction of the arrow with respect to the number line.
  • Students locate the sum p + q of two rational numbers on a number line by placing the tail of the arrow for q at p and locating p + q at the head of the arrow.  They create an arrow for the difference p - q by first rewriting the difference as a sum, p + (- q), and then locating the sum.
Sours: https://www.engageny.org/resource/grademathematics-moduletopic-lesson-7

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