## Properties of Real Numbers

Students describe an aspect of their identity that has not changed or the personality of their “inverse.”

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# Author: Bobson and Larisa

## Properties of Real Numbers

## Order of Operations

## Evaluating Expressions

## History of Zero

## Converting Units

## Combining Like Terms

## Representing Inequalities

## Solving Quadratic Equations

## Constructions Project

Making math more equitable

Students describe an aspect of their identity that has not changed or the personality of their “inverse.”

Students use a “controversial” meme to discuss the need for an order of operations.

Students write numerical expressions that model something in their lives.

Students research the history of zero to see how it has been used in history.

Students research different units of measurement, including the metric system and units used in other countries.

Students organize pictures of objects or people that represent their peers.

Students discuss the meaning of equality, equity, and inequality.

Students solve quadratic equations using different methods and discuss what method works best for each equation.

Students create handmade geometric art that reflects their personality using a compass and straightedge.