## Welcome to the wonderful world of

Rational Numbers

We have just begun rational numbers. The students have been given a handout to do that reviews what

they already should know about rational numbers. You can fine all you need to know about rational #s

in Chapter 1 of the text book. We will be working on a graphic organizer to present information needed

to complete this section based on the PLOs in the BC Curriculum. The graphic organizer will contain the following

information : What is a rational #, defined in both book terms and own terms. They will give examples of

rational numbers such as fractions, integers and decimals. They will show the steps of how to convert a fraction to

a decimal and vice versa. They will also demonstrate how the various operations are performed with regards

to rational numbers. This will be done through various activities and worksheets handed out in the classroom

and also book work.

they already should know about rational numbers. You can fine all you need to know about rational #s

in Chapter 1 of the text book. We will be working on a graphic organizer to present information needed

to complete this section based on the PLOs in the BC Curriculum. The graphic organizer will contain the following

information : What is a rational #, defined in both book terms and own terms. They will give examples of

rational numbers such as fractions, integers and decimals. They will show the steps of how to convert a fraction to

a decimal and vice versa. They will also demonstrate how the various operations are performed with regards

to rational numbers. This will be done through various activities and worksheets handed out in the classroom

and also book work.

Assignments to date for rational #s - Review assignment with puzzle

- Fractions review

- Ordering of rational numbers

- Graphic Organizer

- review of info sheet (2.1)

- practice test 1 and 2

Date of the test for this section will be Monday, March 3rd.

Our next section will be working with linear equations as well as isolating variables. This will be followed by surface area

of 3D objects.

- Fractions review

- Ordering of rational numbers

- Graphic Organizer

- review of info sheet (2.1)

- practice test 1 and 2

Date of the test for this section will be Monday, March 3rd.

Our next section will be working with linear equations as well as isolating variables. This will be followed by surface area

of 3D objects.