Year 7

Year 7

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will learn how to model addition of a negative number as a translation on the number line and explore what happens when two additive inverses are added together.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which word best fills in the gap in this sentence: We can think of addition as _____________ a point on the number line.
fixing
turning
Q2.
Write a calculation that the number line is modelling
-3 + 8
(-5) - 3
Correct answer: (-8) + 3
3 + (-8)
Q3.
Calculate (-33) + 25
-58
58
8
Q4.
Calculate (-29) + 29
-38
19
38
Q5.
Find the value of a:
-15
-25
+25

## Exit quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Which word best fills in the gap in this sentence: We can think of addition as _____________ a point on the number line.
fixing
turning
Q2.
Two numbers are additive inverses if their sum is _____.
equal
negative
opposite
subtraction
Q3.
Which sentence best describes the calculation: 3 +(-4) = -1?
A point starts at (-1), is translated 4 spaces to the left and finishes at -3.
A point starts at (-4), is translated 3 spaces to the left and finishes at -1.
Correct answer: A point starts at 3, is translated 4 spaces to the left and finishes at -1.
Q4.
What is the additive inverse of -4.2?
-4.2
0