__Essential Questions__

__Essential Questions__

- How can portions be represented in multiple ways?
- How are portions connected to ratios?
- How does a point move on a number line when adding integers?
- How can absolute value be used to find the length of line segments on a coordinate graph?

__Concepts__

__Concepts__

- The Multiplicative Identity will be utilized for finding equivalent fractions.
- A portion of a whole can be represented by using percents, decimals, and fractions.
- Pictures, symbols, and words will be shown to illustrate percents, decimals, and fractions.
- Percents or fractions will be defined in decimal form.
- Ratios are a way to represent portions as comparisons of parts.
- Positive and negative integers and rational numbers will be calculated using a number line.
- Absolute value is the distance a number is from zero on the number line.
- The length of horizontal and vertical line segments on a coordinate graph will be calculated through absolute value.

__Skills__

__Skills__

- Utilize the Multiplicative Identity for finding equivalent fractions.
- Utilize percents, decimals, and fractions to describe a portion of a whole.
- Illustrate portions as percents, decimals, and fractions with pictures, symbols, and words.
- Define the decimal form of a number when it is given as a percent or fraction.
- Connect ratios to portions as a way to represent comparisons of parts.
- Calculate positive and negative integers and rational numbers.
- Evaluate the absolute value of a number.
- Investigate the length of horizontal and vertical line segments on a coordinate graph.

__Vocabulary__

__Vocabulary__

**New Vocabulary Terms:**

- absolute value*
- coordinate graph*
- least common multiple*
- lowest terms*
- integers*
- Multiplicative Identity*
- origin*
- ordered pair*
- opposite*
- point*
- portion*
- quadrant*
- ratio*
- sample*
- scale drawing*
- simplify*
- whole*
- x-coordinate*
- y-coordinate*

**Old Vocabulary Terms:**

- decimal
- equivalent fractions
- equivalent ratios
- fraction
- greatest common factor
- percent
- prime factors
- x-axis
- y-axis