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What are Positive and Negative Numbers?Lesson Planet
5 mins 5th - 8th
Is zero positive or is it negative? Are all positive numbers to the right of zero on the number line? Are all negative numbers to the left of zero on the number line? Are all positive numbers greater than zero? Are all negative numbers...
Positive and Negative NumbersLesson Planet
5th - 7th CCSS: Designed
Contest winner? Use this story about winning tickets to an NFL football game to plot numbers on a number line. Identify positive and negative values in the story and use the worksheet provided to plot out temperature, altitude, and money...
Relate Positive and Negative QuantitiesLesson Planet
4 mins 5th - 7th CCSS: Designed
Show your learners how positive and negative numbers are all around us. The first video in a four-part series shows examples of different ways we use these numbers and what they represent. Explains monetary value with deposit and debt....
Real-World Positive and Negative Numbers and Zero IIEngageNY
6th CCSS: Designed
Continuing from the previous lesson in the series, scholars learn to use positive and negative integers to describe real-world situations. In groups, they come up with their own situations for given positive and negative integers.
Real-World Positive and Negative Numbers and ZeroEngageNY
6th CCSS: Designed
Class members investigate how positive and negative numbers are useful in the real world. Individuals first read a short passage and identify terms indicating positive and negative numbers. They consider situations involving positive...
How Do You Use a Scatter Plot to Find a Positive Correlation?Lesson Planet
2 mins 6th - 11th
You can use a scatter plot to determine if there is a positive, negative, or no correlation between the given data. After graphing data you need to find a line of fit, a line that best represents the data you've graphed. It will be the...
Negative Number, Positive Number, Absolute ValueLesson Planet
4th - 6th
Upper graders use a number line to solve simple problems posed by the teacher that include the concept of negative numbers. In this positive/negative and absolute value lesson, learners work with a team to complete "real life" problems,...
Positive and Negative Numbers on the Number Line—Opposite Direction and ValueEngageNY
6th CCSS: Designed
Make your own number line ... using a compass. The first installment of a 21-part series has scholars investigate positive and negative integers on a number line by using a compass to construct points that are the same distance from zero...
How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?Lesson Planet
2 seconds 6th - 9th
Provide this video as additional instruction on how to solve inequalities when you need to multiply positive fractions. The focus of this video is on how to use the multiplication property of inequalities correctly. The lecturer explains...
Adding Positive and Negative NumbersLesson Planet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Put your learners to the test and practice adding and subtracting with a variety of different numbers. Integers, decimals, fractions – it's all there to help your learners practice their skills with negative numbers. The first page of...
Compare Two Positive or Negative Numbers in Real-World SituationsLesson Planet
5 mins 5th - 7th CCSS: Designed
Expand into negative numbers with examples on a vertical number line. Practice real-world examples of temperature and below sea level to see which number has a higher value. Use with other videos in this series of four for more practice...
Positive-Negative Charge Model For IntegersLesson Planet
5th - 7th
Use two different colors of bingo chips to represent positive and negative charges. Add and subtract them in a clear glass beaker to demonstrate how to add and subtract integers. This visual, along with a number line, will really help...
How Do You Subtract a Positive Number from a Negative Number?Lesson Planet
5 mins 6th - 8th
Subtract a positive number from a negative number. Switch the signs, add the terms, use absolute value, but leave the first negative outside. Confusing? Watch the instructor explain the steps to learn this method.