Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to the dolphin jumping in and out of the water. An *I <3 Math* clip with no audio.

An introduction to the concept of unit rates. This *I <3 Math* episode defines unit rates and discusses their relationship to ratios.

Whether flying a plane, figuring out the size of a tiered cake, or riding your bike, slope is important! Get excited about rise over run by viewing this math lesson that walks you through a few of the many resources available to help you understand the concept of slope from that are available from PBS LearningMedia. This lesson demonstrates interactives from the Math at the Core: Middle School collection and was hosted by PBS LearningMedia and Google's Connected Classrooms.

Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to temperature. An *I <3 Math* clip with no audio.

An introduction to the concept of ratios that provides real world examples. This *I <3 Math* episode defines ratios, discusses combining ratios, and demonstrates the correct ways to write ratios.

Combining the concepts of division and fractions to demonstrate division of fractions by fractions. This *I <3 Math* episode shows how to visualize dividing fractions when problem solving.

Exploring positive and negative integers and how we use them in the real world. This *I <3 Math* episode explains the difference between positive and negative numbers and how these numbers can be represented on a number line.

An examination of the concept of division with fractions and whole numbers. This *I <3 Math* episode illustrates how to divide fractions by whole numbers, and how to divide whole numbers by fractions.

A presentation of multistep ratio and percent problems to illustrate the concept of percent as a rate. This *I <3 Math* episode uses real-world comparisons to convert rates into equivalent percentages.