Capacity Matrix 7.NS.1ab
I am skilled using the properties of operations to add and subtract rational numbers.

Emerging
(1)
I can show the parts I’ve learned with help.
Complete ALL activities in this column. 
Partially Proficient
(2)
I learned the simple parts.
Complete AT LEAST TWO activities in this column.

Proficient
(3)
I learned the simple and complex parts and can demonstrate them.
Complete AT LEAST ONE activities in this column.

Advanced
(4)
I can use what I’ve learned in a new way. (e.g. explain or go beyond)
OPTIONAL: Complete AT LEAST activities in this column.

Due Date
*The letter is the block!

A. I know the additive inverse property.
(Describe situations in which opposite quantities combine to make 0.)

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b) Take Notes: Khan Academy  Inverse Property of Addition
c) Read: Cool Math  The Additive Inverse Property

d) *Complete: THATQUIZ  Additive Inverse Practice 


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B. I can use a visual model (number line or positive/negative chips) to show that an integer and its opposite will always have a sum of zero.
(Understand p + q as the number located a distance q from p, in the positive or negative direction depending on whether q is positive or negative. Show that a number and its opposite have a sum of 0 [are additive inverses]. Interpret sums of rational numbers by describing realworld contexts.)

a) Take Notes: LearnZillionUnderstand the additive inverse
b) Video: Adding using positive/negative chips.

Create a visual model of your choosing to show that an integer and it's opposite equal zero. Such as:
a SMALL poster or a video



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C. I can use a number line or positive/negative chips to show addition of positive and negative numbers.

Take Notes: Virtual Nerd: How do you add on a number line?
OR
Take Notes: Adding and Subtracting Integers

7NS1C Wksh 1
7NS1C Wksh 2
d) Worksheet: Adding Integers  PG 118  PS7
e) Worksheet: Adding Integers  PG 118  RS7

f) Worksheet: 7.NS.1 Adding Integers on a Number Line


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D. I am skilled at converting a subtraction problem into its equivalent addition problem.
(Understand subtraction of rational numbers as adding the additive inverse, p –q = p + (–q). Show that the distance between two rational numbers on the number line is the absolute value of their difference, and apply this principle in realworld contexts.)






E. I can interpret the addition and subtraction of integers by relating the values to real world situations.


a) IXL  Addition AND Subtraction of Word Problems 
b) Worksheet: Solving Addition Word Problems #'s 14 ONLY

d) Worksheet: 7.NS.1  Integer Problems in a Real World Context

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F. I am skilled at using the properties of operations to add and subtract rational numbers. I can use these skills to solve real world problems involving addition and subtraction of rational numbers.
(Apply properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract rational numbers.)




Problem Bank Problem: #2 

7.NS.1ab  Post test
**Remember: Assessments must be completed in the classroom and MAY NOT BE TAKEN HOME**



a) Complete Assessment at Assessment Station. 

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