Mathematics Grade 7
Strand: EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS (7.EE)
Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions (Standards 7.EE.1–2)
. Solve real-life and mathematical problems using numerical and algebraic expressions and equations (Standards 7.EE.3–4)
Understand that rewriting an expression in different forms in a problem context can shed light on the problem and how the quantities in it are related. For example, a + 0.05a = 1.05a means that “increase by 5%” is the same as “multiply by 1.05.”
Chapter 3 - Mathematical Foundation (UMSMP)
This is Chapter 3 of the Utah Middle School Math: Grade 7 textbook. It provides a Mathematical Foundation for Expressions and Equations I.
Chapter 3 - Student Workbook (UMSMP)
This is Chapter 3 of the Utah Middle School Math: Grade 7 student workbook. It covers Expressions and Equations I.
Chapter 6 - Mathematical Foundation (UMSMP)
This is Chapter 6 of the Utah Middle School Math: Grade 7 textbook. It provides a Mathematical Foundation for Expressions and Equations II - Real-world equations, Inequalities.
Chapter 6 - Student Workbook (UMSMP)
This is Chapter 6 of the Utah Middle School Math: Grade 7 textbook. It focuses on these topics: Real-world equations and Inequalities.
Commutative and Associative Equations
This lesson focuses on how to rearrange and combine parts of algebraic expressions by using the commutative and associative properties of addition. NOTE: You have to create a Free PBS Account to view this web page, but it is easy to do and worth the effort.
Expressions & Equations (7.EE) - 7th Grade Core Guide
The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and educators around the state of Utah developed these guides for Mathematics Grade 7 Cluster "Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions."
Grade 7 Module 2: Rational Numbers (EngageNY)
In Grade 6, students formed a conceptual understanding of integers through the use of the number line, absolute value, and opposites and extended their understanding to include the ordering and comparing of rational numbers.This module uses the Integer Game: a card game that creates a conceptual understanding of integer operations and serves as a powerful mental model students can rely on during the module. Students build on their understanding of rational numbers to add, subtract, multiply, and divide signed numbers. Previous work in computing the sums, differences, products, and quotients of fractions serves as a significant foundation.
Grade 7 Module 3: Expressions and Equations (EngageNY)
This module consolidates and expands upon students understanding of equivalent expressions as they apply the properties of operations to write expressions in both standard form and in factored form. They use linear equations to solve unknown angle problems and other problems presented within context to understand that solving algebraic equations is all about the numbers. Students use the number line to understand the properties of inequality and recognize when to preserve the inequality and when to reverse the inequality when solving problems leading to inequalities. They interpret solutions within the context of problems. Students extend their sixth-grade study of geometric figures and the relationships between them as they apply their work with expressions and equations to solve problems involving area of a circle and composite area in the plane, as well as volume and surface area of right prisms.
Grade 7 Unit 2: Expressions and Equations (Georgia Standards)
The units in this instructional framework emphasize key standards that assist students to develop a deeper understanding of numbers. They learn how to solve multi- step equations and discuss the difference between equations and expressions. The Big Ideas that are expressed in this unit are integrated with such routine topics as estimation, mental and basic computation. All of these concepts need to be reviewed throughout the year.
Guess My Number
This problem asks the students to represent a sequence of operations using an expression and then to write and solve simple equations. The problem is posed as a game and allows the students to visualize mathematical operations.
Ticket to Ride
The purpose of this instructional task is to illustrate how different, but equivalent, algebraic expressions can reveal different information about a situation represented by those expressions. This task can be used to motivate working with equivalent expressions, which is an important skill for solving linear equations and interpreting them in contexts. The task also helps lay the foundation for students' understanding of the different forms of linear equations they will encounter in 8th grade.
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