Level 1  Absolute Value
Watch the introductory videos below over absolute value.
enVision  Topic 2, Lesson 23, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Task 1 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "Introduction to Absolute Value" Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to the enrichment section and click on "Absolute Value" Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "Locating and Identifying Integers 1." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Copy and correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 1 and click on "Using Integers to Represent Situations." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 6 ($100)  Write about 2 scenarios in which you might use integers outside of school. Each scenario should be 1 paragraph long (4 to 5 complete sentences). Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 7 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "interpreting negative numbers" Get the first 3 correct or 5 in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. What is the definition for the term "absolute value?"
2. l5.4l = ____
3. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). l2.35l ____ l3.35l
4. Place the numbers in order from least to greatest. l2l l5.45l l3.245l l1/2l l5/4l
1. What is the definition for the term "absolute value?"
2. l5.4l = ____
3. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). l2.35l ____ l3.35l
4. Place the numbers in order from least to greatest. l2l l5.45l l3.245l l1/2l l5/4l
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Write the absolute value for each number.
1. I 6 I =
2. l 4/5 l =
3. l 3.5 l =
4. l 100 l =
5. l 3/4 l =
1. I 6 I =
2. l 4/5 l =
3. l 3.5 l =
4. l 100 l =
5. l 3/4 l =
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Write the absolute value for each number.
Levels  2, 3, and 8  Comparing and Ordering Integers
enVision  Topic 2, Lesson 22, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($50)  Copy and correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Mandatory Task 2 ($50)  Copy and correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 1 and click on "Comparing and Ordering Integers." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "ordering negative numbers" Get 5 correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Copy and correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 8 ____ 5
2. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 10 ____ 15
3. Place the integers in order from least to greatest. 7, 5, 2, 5, 12, 4
4. Place the rational numbers in order from least to greatest. 5.45, 1/2, 2.5, 2 1/2, 6, 1 1/2
1. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 8 ____ 5
2. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 10 ____ 15
3. Place the integers in order from least to greatest. 7, 5, 2, 5, 12, 4
4. Place the rational numbers in order from least to greatest. 5.45, 1/2, 2.5, 2 1/2, 6, 1 1/2
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Solve.
1. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 6 ____ 5
2. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 12 ____ 17
3. Place the integers in order from least to greatest. 7, 5, 2, 15, 12, 4
4. Place the rational numbers in order from least to greatest. 2.45, 1/3, 2.5, 2 1/2, 6, 1 1/2
1. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 6 ____ 5
2. Place the correct symbol on the line (<, >, =). 12 ____ 17
3. Place the integers in order from least to greatest. 7, 5, 2, 15, 12, 4
4. Place the rational numbers in order from least to greatest. 2.45, 1/3, 2.5, 2 1/2, 6, 1 1/2
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below.
Levels  5, 6, and 7  Ordered Pairs and Quadrants of the Coordinate Plane
enVision  Topic 2, Lesson 24, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Mandatory Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "Introduction to Coordinate Grids." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "Integers" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "Plotting Points and Figures on a Coordinate Grid." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Ask the teacher for a copy of the worksheet below. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. If x=2 and y=5, how would you write these two coordinates as an ordered pair?
2. When graphing coordinates, do you start with the x or y axis first?
3. Create an x,y coordinate grid like the mystery picture above. You do not need to include the eyeball. Graph the following coordinate (4,2) (4,2) (6,1) (6,1). What shape did you create?
4. Give the coordinates for a reflection of (8,2). You can use the coordinate grid you created for problem 3 to help find this answer.
1. If x=2 and y=5, how would you write these two coordinates as an ordered pair?
2. When graphing coordinates, do you start with the x or y axis first?
3. Create an x,y coordinate grid like the mystery picture above. You do not need to include the eyeball. Graph the following coordinate (4,2) (4,2) (6,1) (6,1). What shape did you create?
4. Give the coordinates for a reflection of (8,2). You can use the coordinate grid you created for problem 3 to help find this answer.
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Correctly complete the questions below.
1. Which is the horizontal (straight across) axis, X or Y?
2. Which is the vertical (straight up and down) axis, X or Y?
3. Give an example of how you correctly write a pair of X, Y coordinates? Let's say X = 3 and Y = 2.
4. What is the correct order in which you plot coordinates? Explain.
1. Which is the horizontal (straight across) axis, X or Y?
2. Which is the vertical (straight up and down) axis, X or Y?
3. Give an example of how you correctly write a pair of X, Y coordinates? Let's say X = 3 and Y = 2.
4. What is the correct order in which you plot coordinates? Explain.
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below.
Bonus Level
Task 1 ($300)  Get a piece of graph paper from the teacher. Create a drawing on the graph paper. List the coordinates for at least 10 points of your drawing. Create a translation of the original drawing on the same piece of paper by sliding the drawing to a new location. Now, identify the 10 new coordinates for the drawing.
Task 2 ($600)  Watch the introductory video below on adding and subtracting integers. Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 7th grade book. Click on the "Rational Numbers and Computation" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2. Complete all 6 tasks. You will earn $100 per task.
Task 3 ($300)  Integer Timeline
What to do?
What to do?
 You need to find 5 events that occurred prior to your birth. Since these events happened before you were born, they will be your negative events. On the number line, you need to label both the year that they happened and a number that corresponds to the year.
 You need to find 5 events that have happened since your birth. Since these events happened after you were born, they will be your positive events. On the number line, you need to label both the year that they happened and a number that corresponds to the year.
 You need to include your birth on your timeline. This will be the zero on your timeline. Please label it with a “0” as well as the year.
 To figure out which number to assign to the year, start at your birth, “0”. If you were born in 1998, that would be your “0”. If something happened in 1995, that was 3 years BEFORE you were born, so it should have a (–3). If something happened in 2000, that was 2 years after you were born, so it should be a (+2).
 Your timeline should be very neat. Put some time into this please. You may include pictures or drawings to make it look very nice!!!
 Remember that this is a number line, therefore, you should have a line for every number. You need only to plot the numbers for which you have corresponding events and years.