6th Grade Math Inequalities & Expressions (6.EE.6 & 6.EE.8) YOU SHOULD BE SPENDING 2030 MINUTES PER NIGHT WORKING ON THIS PATHWAY AT HOME. FAILURE

TO COMPLETE PATHWAYS AT HOME WILL LIKELY RESULT IN NOT COMPLETING TH PATHWAY BY ITS

DUE DATE.

Completion Chart

1. Required: Introduction Complete the notes on solving onestep inequalities.

Glue or tape the graphic organizer/notes into your notebook! Be sure to copy the examples from class for full credit. 2. Writing and Graphing Inequalities: Practice & Application:

Complete the required practice, then choose 1 of the 2 Options Below

**YOU MUST LABEL EACH ACTIVITY IN YOUR MATH NOTEBOOK Required Practice: Buzz Math First:

Label a new page in your notebook “Buzz Math Inequalities” Then

: Login to

BuzzMath.

Complete: Both

“Solving and

Graphing OneStep Inequalities” assignments under “My Teacher

Assignments”. There is one addition/subtraction assignment and one multiplication/division assignment. Show all work in math notebook.

Option 1: iXL First:

Label a new page in your notebook “Inequalities Practice” Then:

Go to ixl and login using username password campbell45 Complete

: P.22 Inequalities on number lines You must complete a minimum of 40 questions. You will need to take a screenshot/picture of the screen when you get to 20 questions, as it was go away. Then take another screenshot for the second 20 questions.

Option 2: Inequalities Cut & Paste First: Pick up Inequalities Cut &

Paste sheet from back of classroom. Then:

Cut out the inequality rectangles. Complete:

Paste each inequality beneath the number line that shows that inequality correctly graphed.

3. Writing Expressions:

Select 1 of the 2 options below to complete.

**YOU MUST LABEL EACH ACTIVITY IN

YOUR MATH NOTEBOOK Option 1: Online Google Form Questions First:

Follow

this link to go to the google form. Complete:

Answer all eight questions to practice translating word problems to algebraic expressions.

Option 2: Scavenger Hunt

First:

Label a new page in your notebook “Writing

Expressions Scavenger Hunt” Then:

Start at any number you want and answer that question. Move on by finding the solution you found at another station. Complete

:

Follow the scavenger hunt to complete all

12 problems.

4. Write About It: Inequality Error Analysis IN YOUR MATH NOTEBOOK, Label a new section “Write About It: Expressions”. Then, 1) Identify the error in the solution below. 2) Explain what the student did incorrectly and 3) how to fix it. 4) What is the correct answer? All four parts of the question must be answered for full credit. Minimum 4 sentences. Problem:

Syed is asked to graph the following inequality.