# Unit 7: My Reflections

## Lesson 1: Positive and Negative Numbers

• I can use positive and negative numbers to describe temperature and elevation.
• I can explain what 0, positive numbers, and negative numbers mean in the context of temperature and elevation.
• I know what positive and negative numbers are.

## Lesson 2: Points on the Number Line

• I can represent negative numbers on a number line.
• I can determine or approximate the value of any point on a number line.
• I understand what it means for numbers to be opposites.

## Lesson 3: Comparing Positive and Negative Numbers

• I can use inequalities to compare positive and negative numbers.
• I can explain how to use the positions of numbers on a number line to compare them.
• I can explain what a rational number is.

## Lesson 4: Ordering Rational Numbers

• I can use phrases like “greater than,” “less than,” and “opposite” to compare rational numbers.
• I can compare and order rational numbers.

## Lesson 5: Using Negative Numbers to Make Sense of Contexts

• I can interpret and use negative numbers in different contexts.
• I can explain and use negative numbers in situations involving money.

## Lesson 6: Absolute Value of Numbers

• I can recognize and use the notation for absolute value.
• I can find the absolute values of rational numbers.
• I can explain what the absolute value of a number is.

## Lesson 7: Comparing Numbers and Distance from Zero

• I can explain what absolute value means in situations involving elevation.
• I can use absolute values to describe elevations.
• I can use inequalities to compare rational numbers and the absolute values of rational numbers.

## Lesson 8: Writing and Graphing Inequalities

• I can write an inequality to represent a situation.
• I can graph inequalities on a number line.

## Lesson 9: Solutions of Inequalities

• I can explain what it means for a number to be a solution to an inequality.
• I can determine if a particular number is a solution to an inequality.
• I can graph the solutions to an inequality on a number line.

## Lesson 10: Interpreting Inequalities

• I can write inequalities that involves more than one variable.
• I can explain what the solution to an inequality means in a situation.

## Lesson 11: Points on the Coordinate Plane

• I know what negative numbers in coordinates tell us.
• I can describe a coordinate plane that has four quadrants.
• I can plot points with negative coordinates in the coordinate plane.

## Lesson 12: Constructing the Coordinate Plane

• When given points to plot, I can construct a coordinate plane with an appropriate scale and pair of axes.

## Lesson 13: Interpreting Points on a Coordinate Plane

• I can explain what points in a four-quadrant coordinate plane represent in a situation.
• I can plot points in a four-quadrant coordinate plane to represent situations and solve problems.
• I can explain how rational numbers represent balances in a money context.

## Lesson 14: Distances on a Coordinate Plane

• I can find horizontal and vertical distances between points on the coordinate plane.

## Lesson 15: Shapes on the Coordinate Plane

• I can find the lengths of horizontal and vertical segments in the coordinate plane.
• I can plot polygons on the coordinate plane when I have the coordinates for the vertices.

## Lesson 16: Common Factors

• I can explain what the greatest common factor is.
• I can explain what a common factor is.
• I can find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers.

## Lesson 17: Common Multiples

• I can find the least common multiple of two whole numbers.
• I can explain what the least common multiple is.
• I can explain what a common multiple is.

## Lesson 18: Using Common Multiples and Common Factors

• I can solve problems using common factors and multiples.