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First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 1 August 25 - 29 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts / Processes / Skills Obj. Skills Activities Manipulatives Compare and Order Decimals 7.1A Compare and order integers and Silent line-up - Give students cards Sticky notes positive rational numbers with decimal numbers and have Index Cards Create a number line and place rational numbers in the them order themselves without correct position. talking. Put numbers in ascending / descending, 1 Pass out sticky notes with decimals increasing/decreasing, greatest/least, least/greatest order and whole numbers. Students will Use symbols >, <, = place cards on a class number line. Use addition and subtraction of decimals to solve problems 7.2B Use addition, subtraction, Add up shopping receipts Students should understand why decimals need to be lined multiplication, and division to solve Use store advertisements to up when adding/subtracting. (place value) problems involving fractions and prepare for a party Students should be able to fill in placeholder zeroes and add decimals Relate to everyday math whole numbers to decimal values. Review whole numbers written in decimal forms 1 experiences: money, shopping, sports (5=5.0=5.00) Students should be able to correctly bubble answers on griddable questions. Use models to multiply and divide decimals. 7.2A Represent multiplication and Does One and One make Two? - Colored Pencils Model decimal squares for multiplying a decimal times a division situations involving fractions Numerical Reasoning Institute (optional) whole number and decimal times a decimal. and decimals with models; including overhead base 10 Students must be able to identify area models for multiplying 1 concrete objects, pictures, words and blocks (optional) and dividing decimals. numbers Use a problem solving model to solve problems involving 7.13B Use a problem-solving model Bug Juice - MS Assessments decimals. that incorporates understanding the Give students a situation or open-ended problem (like Bug problem, making a plan, carrying out Juice) where they have to decide what is being asked, figure 6 the plan, and evaluating the solution for out how to solve it, correctly make computations, and decide reasonableness if the solution is reasonable. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 2 September 2 - 5 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Use models to multiply and divide decimals 7.2A Represent multiplication and Does One and One make Two? - Colored Pencils Students should be able to relate the models for multiplying division situations involving fractions Numerical Reasoning Institute (optional) decimals to the procedure for multiplying decimals. Students and decimals with models; including overhead base 10 should know how to put decimals in their answers. Students 1 concrete objects, pictures, words and blocks (optional) should be able to multiply large numbers and divide large numbers numbers Solve problems involving decimals 7.2B Use addition, subtraction, Develop a purchase order to Shopping catalogs Be able to decide and choose the correct operation to use multiplication, and division to solve prepare for a party by ordering out Purchase order for a specific problem. problems involving fractions and of a catalog. forms Judge the correct sequence of operations to solve problems. 1 decimals Ex: 24 students each get 2 pencils and a toy. Include shipping cost on Pencils a budget of $200.00. Determine if a solution is reasonable and be able to defend 7.2G Determine the reasonableness of Clarifying Activity 7.2G your conclusions. 1 a solution to a problem Select and use appropriate operations to solve problems 7.2F Select and use appropriate Fun Park Party - MS Assessments operations to solve problems and justify 1 the selections Select and use tools to solve problems. 7.13D Select tools such as real objects, manipulatives, paper/pencil, and Students should know a variety of ways to solve problems. technology or techniques such as 6 mental math, estimation, and number sense to solve problems Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 3 September 8 - 12 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Represent squares and square roots using models 7.1C Represent squares and square Clarifying Activity 7.1C Using tiles to Color tiles Identify perfect squares of counting numbers 1 - 15 roots using geometric models demonstrate perfect squares Graph paper Show students that square and square root are inverse operations just like addition and subtraction. 1 Relate squaring to finding the area of a square and square root to finding the side of the square. Simplify expressions with order of operations 7.2E Simplify numerical expressions Clarifying activities 7.2E Index cards Students must know the correct order in simplifying involving order of operations and expressions. (Perform multiplication and division in order exponents from left to right and addition and subtraction in order from left to right.) 1 Students should know various ways to represent multiplication (3)(6) or 3(4+2) or 3●6 Compare and Order Fractions 7.1A Compare and order integers and Clarifying Activity 7.1A Paper clips Define fraction as a part to whole/total relationship. positive rational numbers Silent line-up String/ yarn Put whole numbers, fractions, and mixed numbers in order Arrange fractions in a correct from least/greatest, increasing/decreasing, 1 sequence on a string (to be hung ascending/descending using paper clipped-index cards) Using >, <, = symbols to compare fractions Students should be able to look at sets of numbers and 7.15A Use logical reasoning to make Give students examples and identify what rules govern the set. conjectures from patterns or sets of nonexamples and find the rule Generate examples and non-examples of square root with examples and nonexamples Set 1 - 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 17 numbers and models. 6 Set 2 - 4, 6, 15, 1/2, 25 Answer: Set 1 contains prime numbers, set 2 are not prime Students should be able to justify an answer based on their 7.15B Use logical reasoning to make knowledge of the concept. conjectures and validate conclusions 6 using mathematical properties and relationships Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 4 September 15 - 19 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Review simplifying fractions and equivalent fractions 6.1B Generate equivalent forms of Use pattern blocks to model Pattern Blocks Distinguish between factors and multiples rational numbers including whole equivalent fractions. Define greatest common factor (GCF) and least common numbers, fractions, and decimals multiple (LCM) 1 Introduce term "scale factor" as what you multiply by when finding equivalent fractions. Add and Subtract Fractions to solve problems (including 7.2B Use addition, subtraction, Show a physical model of 7/8 - 1/2 Pattern Blocks Mixed numbers, improper fractions, borrowing) multiplication, and division to solve using pizza slices Review converting improper fractions mixed numbers and problems involving fractions and Model problems with pattern blocks vice versa. 1 decimals to review the need for common Show a physical model of 7/8 - 1/2 using pizza slices denominators. Determine if a solution is reasonable and be able to defend 7.2G Determine the reasonableness of your conclusions. 1 a solution to a problem Communicate mathematical ideas 7.14A Communicate mathematical Students can write a "How To" Students should be able to communicate ideas with each ideas using language, efficient tools, paragraph on how to create an area other, with the teacher, verbally, written and with appropriate units, and graphical, model for multiplying fractions. This mathematical symbols. 6 numerical, physical, or algebraic mathematical models should include how and why the model is created and what is represented. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 5 September 22 - 26 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Review for Mini Assessment #1 7.1A, 7.1C, 7.2A, 7.2B, 7.2E, 7.2F, 1 7.2G 6 7.13A, 7.14A, 7.15A, 7.15B Give Mini Assessment #1 TESTS ALL TOPICS COVERED IN (one class period) THE FIRST FOUR WEEKS Use models to Multiply and Divide Fractions 7.2A Represent multiplication and Clarifying Activity 7.2A -very good division situations involving fractions More or Less - Numerical Students should be able to relate the models for multiplying and decimals with models; including Reasoning Institute fractions to the procedure for multiplying fractions. Students must be able to identify area models for multiplying 1 concrete objects, pictures, words and numbers Divide and Conquer - Numerical Reasoning Institute and dividing fractions. Product and Quotient - Numerical Reasoning Institute Solve problems involving fractions 7.2B Use addition, subtraction, Teach canceling out multiplication, and division to solve Identify reciprocals 1 problems involving fractions and decimals Select and use appropriate operations to solve problems 7.2F Select and use appropriate Clarifying Activity 7.2F operations to solve problems and justify 1 the selections Apply math to everyday experiences 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities in and outside of school, with other 6 disciplines, and with other mathematical topics Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 6 September 29 - October 3 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Use models to Multiply and Divide Fractions 7.2A Represent multiplication and Clarifying Activity 7.2A -very good division situations involving fractions More or Less - Numerical Students should be able to relate the models for multiplying and decimals with models; including Reasoning Institute fractions to the procedure for multiplying fractions. concrete objects, pictures, words and Divide and Conquer - Numerical Students must be able to identify area models for multiplying 1 numbers Reasoning Institute and dividing fractions. Product and Quotient - Numerical Reasoning Institute Solve problems involving fractions 7.2B Use addition, subtraction, Teach canceling out multiplication, and division to solve Identify reciprocals 1 problems involving fractions and decimals Select and use problem solving strategies. 7.13C Select or develop an appropriate problem-solving strategy from a variety Students should know and be able to use a variety of of different types, including drawing a strategies to solve problems. picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and checking, 6 acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backwards to solve a problem Use a protractor to measure angles 6.8C The student solves application Students can measure angles with (Review from sixth grade) problems involving estimation and a protractor and find complementary 4 measurement of angles and supplementary angles. Classify angles as complementary and supplementary 7.6A Use angle measurements to Clarifying Activity 7.6A 3 classify pairs of angles as complementary or supplementary Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 7 October 6 - 10 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Classify shapes using properties (inc. triangles & 7.6B Use properties to classify triangles Quadrilateral Quest - Geometry quadrilaterals) 3 and quadrilaterals Institute Clarifying Activity 7.6B Classify three-dimensional figures using properties (inc. 7.6C Use properties to classify three- Clarifying Activity 7.6C pyramids, cones, prisms, cylinders) Students can identify dimensional figures, including which solids are polyhedrons and why. Students can identify pyramids, cones, prisms, and cylinders the differences between pyramids and prisms and sort shapes into these two categories. Students should be able 3 to name a figure by the shape of its base (ex. triangular prism, hexagonal pyramid) Students should know a regular hexagon has all sides congruent Make a net of a three-dimensional figure 7.8B Make a net (two-dimensional Dwellings Activity 3 - Geometry Card Stock model) of the surface area of a three- Institute Scissors dimensional figure Clarifying Activity 7.8B rulers 3 Use the polydron manipulatives to construct three-dimensional figures tape Polydron and sketch the nets when unfolded Manipulatives Use geometric concepts to solve real world problems 7.8C Use geometric concepts and Park Path Designs - Geometry properties to solve problems in fields Institute 3 such as art and architecture Clarifying Activity 7.8C Make conjectures and validate conclusions 7.15B Use logical reasoning to make Third of a Prism - Geometry conjectures and validate conclusions Institute 6 using mathematical properties and relationships Constructing Geometric Figures in Coordinate Space - Navigating through Geometry Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department First Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 8 October 13 - 17 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Activities Manipulatives Obj. Skills Sketch three-dimensional figures when given the top, side 7.8A Sketch three-dimensional figures Clarifying Activity 7.8A and front views 3 when given the top, side and front views Perspective Drawing with isometric dot paper Generate formulas for perimeter, circumference and area 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit Use the clear view binder or a conversions, perimeter, area, similar manipulative to show 2 circumference, volume, and scaling students how all the area formulas are generated Estimate and Solve problems involving perimeter, 7.9A The student is expected to Investigating Areas of Different circumference, area and measurement estimate measurements and solve Polygons - Geometry Institute application problems involving length Students should use the formula chart to find formulas for 4 (including perimeter and circumference) measurement problem solving. Students do not need to and area of polygons and other shapes memorize formulas. Use a problem-solving model 7.13B Use a problem-solving model that incorporates understanding the 6 problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness Review measuring with a ruler in inches and centimeters. 7.9A The student is expected to Centimeter : Inches - Proportionality Rulers or Formula Students should be able to measure to the nearest eighth of estimate measurements and solve Institute charts an inch and tenth of a centimeter. application problems involving length objects to measure calculators 4 (including perimeter and circumference) and area of polygons and other shapes. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 9 October 20 - 24 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Estimate and Solve problems involving perimeter, 7.9A The student is expected to Investigating Areas of Different circumference, area and measurement estimate measurements and solve Polygons - Geometry Institute application problems involving length Students should use the formula chart to find formulas for measurement problem solving. Students do not need 4 (including perimeter and circumference) and area of polygons to memorize formulas. and other shapes Generate formulas for volume 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit Use the clear view binder or a Clear View of Area and conversions, perimeter, area, similar manipulative to show Volume Binder 2 circumference, volume, and scaling students how all the volume formulas are generated Use concrete three-dimensional objects to discover the 7.9B Connect models for volume of Clarifying Activity 7.9A formulas for volume (rectangular & triangular prisms and prisms (triangular and rectangular) cylinders) and cylinders to formulas of prisms 4 (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders Solve volume problems for rectangular prisms, triangular 7.9C Estimate measurements and Solve TAKS type word problems prisms, and cylinders solve application problems involving involving volume concepts, be 4 volume of prisms (rectangular and triangular) and cylinders sure to include problems with and without pictures Select tools to solve measurement problems 7.13D Select tools such as real objects, manipulatives, paper/pencil, and technology or techniques such as 6 mental math, estimation, and number sense to solve problems Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 10 October 27 - 31 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Use concrete three-dimensional objects to discover the 7.9B Connect models for volume of Clarifying Activity 7.9A formulas for volume (rectangular & triangular prisms and prisms (triangular and rectangular) cylinders) and cylinders to formulas of prisms 4 (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders Solve volume problems for rectangular prisms, triangular 7.9C Estimate measurements and Solve TAKS type word problems prisms, and cylinders solve application problems involving involving volume concepts, be 4 volume of prisms (rectangular and triangular) and cylinders sure to include problems with and without pictures Use logical reasoning 7.15B Use logical reasoning to make conjectures and validate conclusions 6 using mathematical properties and relationships Students should use a ruler to measure the dimensions 7.9A The student is expected to of a shape and find the perimeter, area or volume estimate measurements and solve application problems involving length 4 (including perimeter and circumference) and area of polygons and other shapes. Review for Mini Assessment #2 1 7.2A, 7.2B, 7.2F 7.6A, 7.6B, 7.6C, 7.8A, 7.8B, 7.8C 3 4 7.9A, 7.9B, 7.9C 7.13A, 7.13B, 7.13C, 7.13D, 7.15B 6 Give Mini Assessment #2 TESTS ALL TOPICS COVERED IN (one class period) WEEKS 5-10 Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 11 November 3 - 7 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Compare and order Integers 7.1A Compare and order integers and Silent line-up - Give students Discuss positive and negative numbers positive rational numbers cards with integers and have them Define integer order themselves without talking. 1 Students will add integers to the class number line. Coordinate Planes 7.7A Locate and name points on a Clarifying Activity 7.7A Calculator Identify x and y axis, quadrants, origin, define ordered coordinate plane using ordered pairs Connect the Dot Pictures Graph Paper pairs (x,y) Use the calculator in Stat Plot to 3 of integers plot a picture Create points from a picture Use models (including algebra tiles and number lines) to 7.2C Use models, such as concrete Use Algebra Tiles to model adding Algebra Tiles add and subtract integers objects, pictorial models and number and subtracting integers. Students lines, to add, subtract, multiply and discover the rules for integers. divide integers and connect the Use number lines to model 1 actions to algorithms integers. Clarifying Activity 7.2C Apply math to everyday experiences 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities in and outside of school, with other 6 disciplines, and with other mathematical topics Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 12 November 10 - 14 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Use models to multiply and divide integers (algebra tiles 7.2C Use models, such as concrete Use Algebra Tiles to model Algebra Tiles and number lines) objects, pictorial models and number multiplying and dividing integers. lines, to add, subtract, multiply and Students discover the rules for divide integers and connect the integers. 1 actions to algorithms Use number lines to model integers. Clarifying Activity 7.2C Graph translations & reflections on a coordinate plane 7.7B Graph reflections across the Translations - Geometry Institute horizontal or vertical axis and graph Reflections - Geometry Institute 3 translations on a coordinate plane Clarifying Activity 7.7B Use a problem solving model 7.13B Use a problem-solving model that incorporates understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out 6 the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 15 December 8 - 12 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 7.1A, 7.1C, 7.2A, 7.2B, 7.2C, 7.2E, (Tests all concept taught through the thirteenth week of 1 7.2F, 7.2G school) 7.5A, 7.5B 2 7.6A, 7.6B, 7.6C, 7.7A, 7.7B, 7.8A, 3 7.8B, 7.8C 7.9A, 7.9B, 7.9C 4 7.13A, 7.13B, 7.13C, 7.14A, 7.15A, 6 7.15B DISTRICT ASSESSMENT TESTS ALL TOPICS COVERED THIS SEMESTER Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 16 December 15 - 19 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Review measuring with a ruler in inches and 7.9A The student is expected to Centimeter : Inches - Rulers or Formula charts centimeters. Students should be able to measure to the estimate measurements and solve Proportionality Institute objects to measure nearest eighth of an inch and tenth of a centimeter. application problems involving length calculators Review proportionality concepts. 4 (including perimeter and circumference) and area of polygons and other shapes. Review data from District Assessment 7.1A, 7.1C, 7.2A, 7.2B, 7.2C, 7.2E, Students should be allowed to review the items they 1 7.2F, 7.2G missed and understand their mistakes 7.5A, 7.5B 2 7.6A, 7.6B, 7.6C, 7.7A, 7.7B, 7.8A, 3 7.8B, 7.8C 7.9A, 7.9B, 7.9C 4 7.13A, 7.13B, 7.13C, 7.14A, 7.15A, 6 7.15B Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Third Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 22 February 9 - 13 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Tools / Manipulatives Obj. and Skills Activities Construct sample spaces for simple and compound 7.10A Construct sample spaces for Clarifying Activity 7.10A experiments. simple or composite experiments 5 Find the probability of independent events (simple and 7.10B Find the probability of What did you expect? - colored tiles or cubes compound) (experimental & theoretical) independent events Proportional Reasoning Institute paper bags What's in the Bag? - Proportional Ex. Find the probability of a number cube landing on 5 Reasoning Institute six and a coin landing on heads. Apply math to everyday experiences 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics Perplexing Polygons - MS to everyday experiences to activities Assessments in and outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other 6 mathematical topics Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Third Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 23 February 16 - 20 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Tools / Manipulatives Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Obj. and Skills Activities Select and use appropriate representations for 7.11A Select and use an appropriate Clarifying Activity 7.11A presenting data (Stem and leaf plot, Bar graph, Venn representation for presenting and diagram, Line graph, Line plot, Circle graph) displaying relationships among Show students examples of data collected data, including line plot, line and have them tell you what type 5 graph, bar graph, stem and leaf plot, of data it represents and which circle graph, and Venn diagram and types of graphs would appropriate justify the selection for displaying the information Make Inferences and arguments based on analysis of 7.11B Make inferences and Clarifying Activity 7.11B data convincing arguments based on an 5 analysis of given or collected data Use graphs to communicate ideas/ Evaluate 7.14A Communicate mathematical effectiveness of graphs ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic 6 mathematical models 7.14B Evaluate the effectiveness of different representations to communicate ideas. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Third Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 24 February 23 - 27 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Tools / Manipulatives Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Obj. and Skills Activities Measures of Central Tendency (Mean, Median, Mode) 7.12A Describe a set of data using Clarifying Activity 7.12A and Range 5 mean, median, mode and range Big Money Prizes - MS Assessments Choose between mean, median, mode or range to 7.12B Choose among mean, median, Clarifying Activity 7.12B describe a set of data mode, or range to describe a set of 5 data and justify the choice for a particular situation Select and use appropriate representations for 7.11A Select and use an appropriate Show students examples of data presenting data (Stem and Leaf plot, Bar graph, Venn representation for presenting and and have them tell you what type diagram, Line graph, Line plot, Circle graph) displaying relationships among of data it represents and which collected data, including line plot, line types of graphs would appropriate graph, bar graph, stem and leaf plot, for displaying the information 5 circle graph, and Venn diagram and Then have students create the justify the selection graphs with appropriate labels and intervals Make inferences and arguments based on analysis of 7.11B Make inferences and Look at graphed data and draw data convincing arguments based on an conclusions based on the data. 5 analysis of given or collected data Use graphs to communicate ideas/ Evaluate 7.14A Communicate mathematical effectiveness of graphs ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic 6 mathematical models 7.14B Evaluate the effectiveness of different representations to communicate ideas. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Third Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 25 March 2 - 6 TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Tools / Manipulatives Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Obj. and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR DISTRICT ASSESSMENT (Tests all Review all Seventh Grade TEKS topics covered this year.) DISTRICT ASSESSMENT Tests all Seventh Grade TEKS Third Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 26 March 9 - 13 Tools / Manipulatives TAKS Texas Essential Knowledge Instructional Resources / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Obj. and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR TAKS TEST Use the Benchmark results to review weak areas. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 27 March 23 - 27 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR TAKS (Use the third district assessment to focus on concepts where students are weak) Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 28 March 30 - April 3 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR TAKS Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 29 April 6 - 10 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Mon. April 6 - 8th Grade LAT TAKS Math Test Tues. April 7 - 8th Grade TAKS Math Test REVIEW FOR TAKS Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 30 April 14 - 17 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR TAKS Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 31 April 20 - 24 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities REVIEW FOR TAKS Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 32 April 27 - May 1 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities TAKS TESTING Mon. April 27 - LAT Math Grades 6 & 7 Tues. April 28 - Math TAKS Test Grades 6 & 7 Wed. April 29 - Reading TAKS Test Grades 6 & 7 and 8th grade Re-testers Thurs. April 30 - Science TAKS Test (8th grade) Fri. May 1 - Social Studies TAKS Test (8th grade) Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 33 May 4 - May 8 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Connect formulas to models for volume of prisms, cylinders, 8.8B Connect models of Investigating Volume and Surface Area - pyramids, cones, and spheres prisms, cylinders, pyramids, Geometry Institute spheres, and cones to formulas Students should understand why the volume of a pyramid is 1/3 4 for volume of these objects Surface Area & Volume from TAKS the volume of a prism with the same dimensions prep book Region IV Estimate and solve problems involving volume 8.8C Estimate measurements Use the 8th grade formula chart and use formulas to solve Students should be able to solve volume problems with and without pictures and in real world situations 4 application problems involving lateral and total surface area and volume Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 34 May 11 - 15 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Connect formulas to models for volume of prisms, cylinders, 8.8B Connect models of Investigating Volume and Surface Area - pyramids, cones, and spheres prisms, cylinders, pyramids, Geometry Institute spheres, and cones to formulas Students should understand why the volume of a pyramid is 1/3 4 for volume of these objects Surface Area & Volume from TAKS the volume of a prism with the same dimensions prep book Region IV Estimate and solve problems involving volume 8.8C Estimate measurements Use the 8th grade formula chart and use formulas to solve Students should be able to solve volume problems with and 4 application problems involving without pictures and in real world situations lateral and total surface area and volume Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 35 May 18 - 22 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Use pictures or models to demonstrate the Pythagorean Theorem 8.7C Use pictures or models to The Pythagorean Theorem - Geometry patty paper Students should be able to identify a variety of models to demonstrate demonstrate the Pythagorean Institute rulers and prove the Pythagorean Theorem 3 Theorem Reasoning about the Pythagorean Relationship - Navigating through Geometry NCTM Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real-life problems 8.9A Use the Pythagorean Theorem Grass Fire - Geometry Institute Students should be able to solve for the hypotenuse or leg of a right to solve real-life problems triangle Use colored squares or square food (cheese Students should be able to solve problems with and without pictures and 4 nips, starburst) to make right triangles & problems using Pythagorean Theorem and additional steps Pythagorean triples Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 36 May 26 - 29 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Use concrete models and nets to find lateral and total surface area of 8.8A Find lateral and total surface Use Geofix shapes for students to Geofix prisms, pyramids, and cylinders area of prisms, pyramids, and understand that the net of a shape is its cylinders using concrete models and surface area. Cuisenaire Rods Students can conceptualize the idea of surface area by connecting the nets (two-dimensional models) three-dimensional figure with the net. 4 Cuisenaire Rods - From here to there activity Students should be able to connect the models for surface area to the correct formula and understand how they relate to each other Estimate and solve problems involving total surface area and lateral 8.8C Estimate measurements and Use real world boxes of various sizes Rulers surface area use formulas to solve application including cylinders as packages. Have wrapping paper problems involving lateral and total students measure the dimensions of the scissors Students should be able to calculate surface area when given surface area and volume boxes to calculate the surface area in sq cm. tape dimensions of a shape, a three-dimensional figure or a net of a figure 4 Students then receive that exact amount of wrapping paper to cover the package. Students should be able to use the correct formula to solve surface area problems. Students should know P stands for perimeter of the base and B stands for area of the base. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Fourth Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Curriculum Map 2008-2009 Week 37 June 1 - 4 TAKS Texas Essential Instructional Resources / Tools / Concepts/ Processes/ Skills Manipulatives Obj. Knowledge and Skills Activities Use concrete models and nets to find lateral and total surface 8.8A Find lateral and total Use Geofix shapes for students to Geofix area of prisms, pyramids, and cylinders surface area of prisms, understand that the net of a shape is its pyramids, and cylinders using surface area. Cuisenaire Rods Students can conceptualize the idea of surface area by concrete models and nets (two- connecting the three-dimensional figure with the net. 4 dimensional models) Cuisenaire Rods - From here to there activity Students should be able to connect the models for surface area to the correct formula and understand how they relate to each other Estimate and solve problems involving total surface area and 8.8C Estimate measurements Use real world boxes of various sizes Rulers lateral surface area and use formulas to solve including cylinders as packages. Have wrapping paper application problems involving students measure the dimensions of scissors Students should be able to calculate surface area when given lateral and total surface area the boxes to calculate the surface area tape dimensions of a shape, a three-dimensional figure or a net of a and volume in sq cm. Students then receive that figure 4 exact amount of wrapping paper to cover the package. Students should be able to use the correct formula to solve surface area problems. Students should know P stands for perimeter of the base and B stands for area of the base. Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED Use Algebra Tiles to Model 7.5A Use concrete and pictorial models to solve equations 1 2 Vocabulary: Equations Algebra Tiles One Step Equations and use symbols to record the actions Lesson: Solving Equations Overhead Algebra Addition & Subtraction 2 w/ Algebra Tiles Tiles Assignment: Solving Equations 1 Use Algebra Tiles to Model 7.5A Use concrete and pictorial models to solve equations Lesson: Solving Equations 2 2 Algebra Tiles One Step Equations and use symbols to record the actions w/ Algebra Tiles Assignment: Solving Overhead Algebra Multiplication & Division Equations 2 Tiles Formulate a problem situation 7.5B Formulate problem situations when given a simple equation & formulate an equation when given a problem situation 2 when given an equation Algebra Tiles with 2 Step 7.5A Use concrete and pictorial models to solve equations Lesson: Solving Equations 3 2 Algebra Tiles Equations & Variables on both and use symbols to record the actions w/ Algebra Tiles Formulate a problem situation 7.5B Formulate problem situations when given a simple equation & Assignment: Solving Equations Overhead Algebra formulate an equation when given a problem situation 2 for given variables when given an equation Tiles 7.13C Select or develop an appropriate problem-solving 4 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach strategy from a variety of different types Optional Review Transparencies 6 Grids Galore Activity 1 & 2 147, 150, 152 Dimes & Quarters - Optional Cuisenaire Rods or linking cubes - optional 5 Assessment / Test / Quiz Week 1 Assessment Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED What makes relationships 7.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional Vocabulary 2 Petri dishes 6 relationships such as similarity, scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units 2 Proportional Proportionality, rate, ratio Food Coloring 7.15A Use logical reasoning to make conjectures from Proportional Reasoning Water & paper Examples and Non-examples 6 patterns or sets of examples and nonexamples Opening Activity towels Constant of Proportionality / 7.2D Use division to find unit rates and ratios in proportional relationships such as Chart Paper / speed, density, price recipes and student-teacher ratio 1 Lesson : Jet Ski Rental Ratio Markers (Groups of 3 - 4) Peel & Stick Dots Assignment: Proportional / Non- Transparencies proportional relationships p. 57, 59, 61, 63 7.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional Lesson : Cross Country Graphing 7 Proportional Relationships relationships such as similarity, scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units 2 Cycling - Activity 1 & 2 Calculator - 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, Transparencies 82, Graph Data to demonstrate perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 (Individually or in pairs) 84, 86, 88, 90, 92, relationships 94, 7.4C Use words and symbols to describe the relationship between terms in an Assignment: Proportional / 96 nth term in a sequence arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change) and their positions in the sequence 2 Non-proportional p.80 7.2D Use division to find unit rates and ratios in proportional Lesson : Unit Rates Transparencies 8 Difference between rate / ratio 1 relationships Activity 1 & 2 113, 115, 117 7.2D Use division to find unit rates and ratios in proportional Unit rate 1 (Individual) relationships Solve Problems involving Unit 7.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional Assignment: More Unit relationships such as similarity, scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units 2 Rate Rates 9 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach 10 Assessment / Test / Quiz Week 2 Assessment Authentic Assessment Solar Cells for Science Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED Generate formulas involving 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Lesson : Lost & Gained Adding Machine 11 2 conversions area, circumference, volume, and scaling Activity 1-4 Tape in 1 yd strips Graph data to demonstrate 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, Transparencies relationships involving conversions perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 (Individual or Pairs) 218, 220, 222, 224 Solve Problems with related 7.9A The student is expected to estimate measurements and Assignment: Reflect & 4 Measurement Units solve application problems Apply p.230 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Lesson : Stretching Color Tiles / 12 nth term in a sequence 2 area, circumference, volume, and scaling Sequences Activity 1 & 2 Overhead Tiles Non-Proportional Sequence 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, Assignment: Process Transparencies 37, 39, perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 41, 43, 45, 47, 49 (quadratic) Tables Formulate a problem situation 7.4C Use words and symbols to describe the relationship between terms in an arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change) and their positions in the sequence 2 when given an equation Generate formulas for 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Lesson: Squares Cubed 13 perimeter, area and volume area, circumference, volume, and scaling 7.9A The student is expected to estimate measurements and nth term in a sequence (Individual or Pairs) solve application problems 7.4C Use words and symbols to describe the relationship between terms in an arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change) and their positions in the sequence Assignment: 2/6.4B 7.13C Select or develop an appropriate problem-solving strategy from a variety of different types 14 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach 15 Assessment / Test / Quiz Week 4 Assessment Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED Generate formulas for 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Lesson : Picture the 16 2 perimeter, area and volume area, circumference, volume, and scaling Squares Cubed Graph data to demonstrate relationships in 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, perimeter, area, and volume perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 (Individual or Pairs) 7.9A The student is expected to estimate measurements and 4 Assignment: Graph Data solve application problems Generate formulas for 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, 17 1 Lesson : Formula Frenzy perimeter, area and volume area, circumference, volume, and scaling Relate formulas to variables 1 (Individual) Assignment: Generating 2 Formulas 1 Generate a formula from a 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Lesson : Dimensions 18 2 problem situation area, circumference, volume, and scaling Dialog 7.8C Use geometric concepts and properties to solve 2 (Pairs or Groups) problems in fields such as art and architecture 7.13C Select or develop an appropriate problem-solving Assignment: Generating strategy from a variety of different types Formulas 2 19 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach 20 Assessment / Test / Quiz Week 5 Assessment Authentic Assessment - It's a Weighty Matter Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED Identifying Similar Shapes by 7.6D Use critical attributes to define similarity Vocabulary: Similar Figures, 21 3 Review Ruler/Protractor Rulers Attributes 7.9A The student is expected to estimate measurements and Lesson : Are These Using a Ruler & Protractor 4 Protractors solve application problems Shapes Similar? 7.15B Use logical reasoning to make conjectures and validate Assignment: Similar Transparencies conclusions using mathematical properties and relationships Shapes 282 - 285 7.6D Use critical attributes to define similarity Lesson: Restless 22 What Makes Shapes Similar 3 Rulers Rectangle Tie in Scale Factor & 7.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional (Pairs for Measuring) Chart Paper / relationships such as similarity, scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units 2 Relationship to Size/ Area (Groups for Graphing) Markers / Dots Generate Formulas Involving 7.4A Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, Assignment: More Similar Rectangles - cut 2 Scaling area, circumference, volume, and scaling Figures out for each pair Graph data to demonstrate 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, Transparencies perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 relationships involving Scaling 128, 130, 132, 134 7.9A The student is expected to estimate measurements and Measure with a ruler 4 solve application problems 7.6D Use critical attributes to define similarity Lesson : Restless Two colors of 23 What Makes Shapes Similar 3 Rectangle paper Tie in Scale Factor & 7.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional (Pairs for Measuring) Transparencies relationships such as similarity, scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units 2 Relationship to Size/ Area (Groups for Graphing) 136, 138, 140 Graph data to demonstrate 7.4B Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, Assignment: Similar perimeter, area, circumference, volume and scaling 2 relationships involving Scaling Shapes - Scale Factor 24 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach 25 Assessment / Test / Quiz Week 6 Assessment Authentic Assessment - Sorting Rectangles Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED 26 Review for Mini Assessment #3 7.2D 1 7.3B, 7.4A, 7.4B, 7.4C 2 7.6D, 7.8C 3 7.9A 4 7.13C, 7.15A, 7.15B 6 Give Mini Assessment #3 TESTS ALL TOPICS COVERED IN WEEKS 14 - 19 27 (one class period) 7.3A Estimate and find solutions to application problems Transparencies 28 Solving Problems with Percent 2 Vocabulary Intro Percent involving percent Visual 1-4 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities in and Intro: Clear View Finding 1" Strips of paper - outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other mathematical topics the Percent 3 per student Lesson : Calculating Transparencies Percent 112, 114 Assignment: Ratio to Transparencies Percent p.1 - 4 7.1B Convert between fractions, decimals, whole numbers, Graphic Organizer - 29 Fraction, Decimal, Percent 1" Strips of paper and percents, mentally/paper/calculator Fraction, Decimal, Percent Lesson: Fraction, Decimal, Transparencies Percent p.10 - 13 Assignment: Equivalent calculators Forms 30 Review Previous Material Review / Reteach Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department Second Nine Weeks 7TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT 2008 - 2009 Week 13 November 18 - 21 MATERIALS DAY TOPICS TO COVER TEKS TAKS ACTIVITY/ LESSON NEEDED 7.3A Estimate and find solutions to application problems Lesson : Shopping Spree 1" Strips of paper - 31 Solving Problems with Percent 2 involving percent Activity 1 - 3 3 per student Determine Reasonable 7.2G Determine the reasonableness of a solution to a Transparencies 1 (Individual or Groups) Solutions problem 116, 118, 120, 122 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities in and Assignment: Percents, outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other mathematical topics Similarity and Rates Act B 7.3A Estimate and find solutions to application problems Rulers or Formula 32 Solving Problems with Percent 2 Lesson : Percent Bars involving percent Charts Percent Bar Matching Transparencies 272, Game 274, 276, 278, 280 (Individual or Groups) Assignment: Percent Bar Percent Bar Reflect and Apply Matching Cards Learn to Calculate Percent 7.3A Estimate and find solutions to application problems Lesson : Estimating Transparencies 33 2 through Estimation involving percent Percent 1 - 12 7.13A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities in and Assignment: Bargain outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other mathematical topics Shopping Review and Summarize 34 Review Proportionality Unit concepts learned in the unit Accumulative test over all 35 Assessment / Test / Quiz concepts in the unit Week 8 Assessment Authentic Assessment: South Texas Natives Galena Park ISD Mathematics Department