- Expressions and equations

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Year 7

# Expressions and equations

## Lessons (17)

I can generalise a situation using words to express what is happening.

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I can manipulate a simple equation using a bar model.

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I can use a letter to represent a generalised number.

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I can use the particular conventions of algebraic notation and understand that following these aids clear communication.

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I can correctly identify: term, coefficient, factor, product, expression, formula, identity and equation.

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I can recognise that a letter can be used to represent a specific unknown or a variable and know the difference.

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I can use relationships that have been generalised using algebraic statements.

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I can substitute particular values into a generalised algebraic statement to find a sense of how the value of the expression changes.

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I can identify like terms in an expression, generalising an understanding of unitising (equality).

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I can simplify expressions by collecting like terms.

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I can use the distributive law to multiply an expression by a constant.

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I can use the distributive law to multiply an expression by a term.

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I can use the distributive law to multiply multiple expressions by their respective terms and then simplify by collecting like terms

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I can recognise when I can simplify before multiplying expressions by their respective terms.

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I can identify the highest common factor of two (or more) algebraic terms.

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I can use the distributive law to factorise expressions where there is a common factor

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I can use my knowledge of expressions and equations to solve problems

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