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First Nine Weeks                                                      Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                               2008 - 2009
Week 1 August 25 - 29

TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge               Instructional Resources /            Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                    Obj.                                                     Activities
and Skills

Compare and order rational numbers                                    8.1A Compare and order rational        Pass out index cards with fractions, Number Line (tape or string)
- integers                                                           numbers in various forms including     decimals and percents. Students
- fractions (positive and negative)                                  integers, percents, and positive and   will place cards on a class number Cards, post-its, or index
- decimals (positive and negative)                                   negative fractions and decimals        line drawn on the board or wall.     cards with rational numbers
- percents                                                                                                  Clarifying Activities 8.1A
Create a number line and place rational numbers in the
correct position
1                                             This activity can also be completed
in small groups at the student's
Put number in ascending/descending, increasing/decreasing,                                                   desk with string and number cards.
greatest/least, least/greatest order
Use symbols >, <, =

Review perfect squares                                                8.1C Approximate (mentally and with    In small groups, students will be      Calculator (TI-80, TI-82, TI-
Approximate the value of irrational numbers                           calculators) the value of irrational   given a sheet of irrational numbers,   83 or TI-84)
- square roots (not perfect squares)                                 numbers as they arise from problem     a number line, and a calculator to
- pi                                                                 situations                             place each number on the number        Sheet of irrational numbers,
1                                             line.                                  scissors, paste, and number
Create a number line and place irrational numbers in the                                                                                            line
correct position                                                                                                                                    Option - numbers on post-it
Use a calculator in addition to mental math                                                                                                         notes
When discussing ordering and placing numbers on a                     8.16B Use logical reasoning to make    Watch for teachable moments! As
number line discuss students' responses, are they logical?            conjectures and validate conclusions   students question or make
(Should 1/3 be closer to 1/2 than 2/3?)                               using mathematical properties and      mistakes, ask for volunteers to
relationships                          validate their choices or repeat for
Ask students to continually question their conclusions and     6                                             the class when insights are

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                              2008 - 2009
Week 2 September 2 - 5

TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge                Instructional Resources /            Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                                                                               Activities
Obj.             and Skills
Express numbers in scientific notation with positive and                8.1D Express numbers in scientific      Search newspaper for examples of newspaper
negative exponents.                                                     notation, including negative            very large or small numbers (2.3
exponents, in appropriate problem       million). Students will write numbers 2 colors of colored paper
Use a calculator to show scientific notation.                           situations                              in scientific notation. Students will
1                                              make a foldable of their number.      calculator
Students must be able to convert from standard form to                                                          Clarifying Activities 8.1D
scientific notation and from scientific notation to standard
form.
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and decimals in           8.2B Use appropriate operations to    Create a chart to show quantities of     play dough recipe
problem situations                                                      solve problems involving rational     ingredients in a recipe of play          chart paper
Students should be able to solve a problem with a fraction       1      numbers in problem situations         dough, students can create play          water, flour and salt
and a decimal. (ex. 1/2 + .34)                                                                                dough if time                            bowls, measuring cups
Select and use appropriate operations to solve problems                 8.2A Select appropriate operations to Look at questioning strategies in
When solving problems students should be able to explain                solve problems involving rational     Clarifying Activities 8.2A
why they are using an operation as well as additional ways to           numbers and justify the selections    Does the student verbalize their
solve the problem. This connects to 8.2B                         1                                            strategy using appropriate
vocabulary?

Evaluate a solution for reasonableness                                  8.2C Evaluate a solution for            Clarifying Activities 8.2C
While solving problems students should justify that answers      1      reasonableness
"make sense." This connects to 8.2B
When solving problems with fractions and decimals use                   8.14A Identify and apply mathematics    Fun Park Saturday from MS
everyday examples. Make math as meaningful as possible.                 to everyday experiences to activities   assessments. Students use a table
Examples include solving problems with money, shopping,                 in and outside of school, with other    to decide how many tickets to buy at
ordering out of a catalog, stock market, sports, organizing      6      disciplines, and with other             an amusement park.
items, recipes, etc.                                                    mathematical topics

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                         Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                              2008 - 2009
Week 3 September 8 - 12

TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge              Instructional Resources /           Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                      Obj.                                                    Activities
and Skills
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and decimals in            8.2B Use appropriate operations to    One week project - students will
problem situations                                                       solve problems involving rational     create a bank statement and have
Students should be able to solve a problem with a fraction               numbers in problem situations         real life situations to apply every
and a decimal. (ex. 1/2 + .34)                                    1                                            day, include scenario to make the
Use order of operations                                                                                        statement have a negative balance

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers in problem                  8.2B Use appropriate operations to    Calculator Activity for discovering   Calculator
situations                                                               solve problems involving rational     integer rules
Students should have conceptual understanding for
operations with integers. Reviewing concepts with algebra
1      numbers in problem situations
Algebra tiles for reviewing integer   Algebra Tiles
When solving problems students should be able to explain                 solve problems involving rational     problem situations.
why they are using an operation as well as additional ways to     1      numbers and justify the selections
solve the problem. This connects to 8.2B                                                                       Create a spreadsheet in Excel for
the bank statement project.
Evaluate a solution for reasonableness                                   8.2C Evaluate a solution for          Check for reasonable answers
While solving problems students should justify that answers       1      reasonableness                        when solving problems or working
"make sense" this connects to 8.2B                                                                             on bank statement
Use a problem solving model                                              8.14B Use a problem-solving model Disk Sum Problem (true open               Pennies, or colored
Give students a situation or open-ended problem where they               that incorporates understanding the   ended problem with multiple           counters or poker chips
have to decide what is being asked, figure out how to solve              problem, making a plan, carrying out solutions) from Middle Grades          optional.
it, correctly make computations, and decide if the solution is           the plan, and evaluating the solution Assessment Dale Seymour pkg 1.
reasonable.
6      for reasonableness                    Students are given 4 sums and
must find 4 numbers that yield the
given sums.

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                            2008 - 2009
Week 4 September 15 - 19

TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge                 Instructional Resources /          Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                      Obj.                                                       Activities
and Skills
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide positive and negative               8.2B Use appropriate operations to       Look at the bank statement activity
fractions and decimals. Students must be able to compute                solve problems involving rational        and discuss what happens when
with a positive and negative number, 2 negative numbers,         1      numbers in problem situations            an account is overdrawn.
mixed fraction & decimal.

Select and use appropriate forms of rational numbers to                 8.1B Select and use appropriate
solve real-life problems.                                               forms of rational numbers to solve
Students must be able to convert to and from fractions,                 real-life problems including those
decimals, and percents, to mixed numbers and improper            1      involving proportional relationships
fractions, when needed and in problem situations.

Select and use appropriate operations to solve problems.                8.2A Select appropriate operations to What strategies can you use to split
When solving problems students should be able to explain                solve problems involving rational     a bill between 4 people?
why they are using an operation as well as additional ways to    1      numbers and justify the selections
solve problem. This connects to 8.2B
Evaluate a solution for reasonableness                                  8.2C Evaluate a solution for             Check for reasonable answers
While solving problems students should justify that answers      1      reasonableness                           when solving problems or working
"make sense." This connects to 8.2B                                                                              on bank statements
Select Problem solving strategy                                         8.14C Select or develop an               Half Life Happening - Middle School
Students need to be taught different problem solving                    appropriate problem-solving strategy     Assessments - Proportionality
strategies (as listed in the TEKS) and when they are                    from a variety of different types,
appropriate. For example a table is a great strategy for                including drawing a picture, looking
solving problems with proportional relationships, but not a             for a pattern, systematic guessing and
great strategy for adding two fractions with unlike              6      checking, acting it out, making a
denominators.                                                           table, working a simpler problem, or
working backwards to solve a
problem

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                                2008 - 2009
Week 5 September 22 - 26

TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge                Instructional Resources /             Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                      Obj.                                                      Activities
and Skills
Review for Mini Assessment #1                                           8.1A, 8.1B, 8.1C, 8.1D, 8.2A, 8.2B,
1      8.2C
8.14A, 8.14B, 8.14C, 8.16B
6
Give Mini Assessment #1                                                 TESTS ALL TOPICS COVERED IN
(one class period)                                                      THE FIRST FOUR WEEKS

Locate and name points on a coordinate plane (rationals)                8.7D Locate and name points on a      Connect the Dot Pictures                  Calculator
Locate points in all 4 quadrants                                        coordinate plane using ordered pairs  Use the calculator in Stat Plot to plot   Graph Paper
Locate between points on all 4 quadrants (-3 1/2, 4.25)          3      of rational numbers                   a picture
Vocab. - quadrants, ordered pair, x & y axis, origin                                                          Create points from a picture
Use a ruler to measure and estimate length (metric and                  7.9A The student is expected to       Moving on Down the Line -                 Calculator
customary)                                                              estimate measurements and solve       Algebraic Reasoning Institute             CBR
Students must be able to measure to 1/8 of an inch and to               application problems involving length Moving with Technology - Algebraic        Measuring Tape 100 ft
the nearest tenth of a centimeter. Students should be able to    4      (including perimeter and              Reasoning Institute                       stop watch
measure in millimeters.                                                 circumference), area of polygons and Review using a Ruler                       Ruler, scissors, glue,
other shapes                          Puzzle Pieces (creating the pieces        Puzzle Pieces cards
for Perplexing Puzzle)
Communicate mathematical ideas                                          8.15A Communicate mathematical           Students can write a how to
Students should be able to communicate ideas with each                  ideas using language, efficient tools,   composition to explain the CBR
other, with the teacher, verbally, written and with                     appropriate units, and graphical,        activity
mathematical symbols.                                                   numerical, physical, or algebraic
6      mathematical models                      From Stores to Graphs
From Graphs to Stores in NCTM's
Navigating through Algebra
activities

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                                  2008 - 2009
Week 6 September 29 - Oct 3
TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge               Instructional Resources /            Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.             and Skills                              Activities
Use pictures or models to demonstrate the Pythagorean                   8.7C Use pictures or models to         The Pythagorean Theorem -               patty paper
Theorem                                                                 demonstrate the Pythagorean            Geometry Institute                      rulers
Theorem
Students should be able to identify a variety of models to                                                     Reasoning about the Pythagorean
demonstrate and prove the Pythagorean Theorem                    3                                             Relationship - Navigating through
Geometry NCTM

Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real-life problems                 8.9A Use the Pythagorean Theorem       Grass Fire - Geometry Institute
to solve real-life problems
Students should be able to solve for the hypotenuse or leg of                                                  Use colored squares or square food
a right triangle                                                                                               (cheese nips, starburst) to make
4                                             right triangles & Pythagorean triples
Students should be able to solve problems with and without
pictures and problems using Pythagorean Theorem and
Make conjectures and validate conclusions                               8.16B Use logical reasoning to make
conjectures and validate conclusions
6      using mathematical properties and
relationships

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                                  2008 - 2009
Week 7 October 6 - 10
TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                                                                                                              Tools / Manipulatives
Obj.             and Skills                                Activities
Review from 7th grade - Classify solids using properties                7.6C Use properties to classify three-   Show students solids and ask them       Plastic solid shapes
Students can identify edges, faces, vertices                            dimensional figures, including           to identify edges, faces and vertices   Real world solids - cereal
Students can identify which solids are polyhedrons and why.             pyramids, cones, prisms, and             Have students sort shapes into          box, soup can, ice cream
Students can identify the differences between pyramids and              cylinders                                categories                              cone, basketball etc.
prisms and sort shapes into these two categories. Students
should be able to name a figure by the shape of its base (ex.    3
triangular prism, hexagonal pyramid) Students should know
a regular hexagon has all sides congruent

Draw solids from different perspectives                                 8.7A Draw three-dimensional figures      Matching game (perspectives)            colored paper
Students can draw a solid figure when given the front side              from different perspectives              Triarama                                isometric paper
and top views.                                                                                                   Perspective - TAKS prep book            Cuisenaire rods
Students will be able to draw a front, side, top or back view                                                    Region IV                               colored cubes
from a given solid.
3                                               Cuisenaire Rods perspective             www.illuminations.nctm.
This site has blocks that can be        org/math/6-
manipulated                             8/isometric/index.html
Apply math to everyday experiences                                      8.14A Identify and apply mathematics Have students create an isometric Isometric paper interlocking
Show real world examples of shapes around the classroom                 to everyday experiences to activities sketch of an object in the classroom or colored cubes
and school                                                              in and outside of school, with other
Show how perspective is used in engineering to create            6      disciplines, and with other
objects and buildings                                                   mathematical topics

Use geometric concepts and properties to solve problems in              8.7B Use geometric concepts and          Park Path Designs - Geometry        pattern blocks
fields such as art and architecture                                     properties to solve problems in fields   Institute
such as art and architecture             Bring in geometric art such as M.C.
Aerial views of buildings, blue prints for buildings, bridge                                                     Escher
designs, anything real world.
3                                               Problems with area of irregular
figures
Review concepts of area, perimeter and circumference

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
First Nine Weeks                                                       Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                                             2008 - 2009
Week 8 October 13 - 17
TAKS      Texas Essential Knowledge               Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills                                                                                                          Tools / Manipulatives
Obj.             and Skills                              Activities
Use concrete models and nets to find lateral and total                 8.8A Find lateral and total surface    Use Geofix shapes for students to      Geofix
surface area of prisms, pyramids, and cylinders                        area of prisms, pyramids, and          understand that the net of a shape
cylinders using concrete models and    is its surface area.                   Cuisenaire Rods
Students can conceptualize the idea of surface area by                 nets (two-dimensional models)
connecting the three-dimensional figure with the net.                                                         Cuisenaire Rods - From here to
4                                             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 and         Use real world boxes of various        Rulers
lateral surface area                                                   use formulas to solve application      sizes including cylinders as           wrapping paper
problems involving lateral and total   packages. Have students measure        scissors
Students should be able to calculate surface area when                 surface area and volume                the dimensions of the boxes to         tape
given dimensions of a shape, a three-dimensional figure or a                                                  calculate the surface area in sq cm.
net of a figure                                                                                               Students then receive that exact
4                                             amount of wrapping paper to cover
Students should be able to use the correct formula to solve                                                   the package.
surface area problems. Students should know P stands for
perimeter of the base and B stands for area of the base.

Select a problem solving strategy                                      8.14C Select or develop an             Surface Area and Volume lesson in Activity cards in lesson
appropriate problem-solving strategy the TAKS prep book Region IV
Students must be able to find surface area of irregular                from a variety of different types,
figures or surface area of the inside of a figure.                     including drawing a picture, looking
6      for a pattern, systematic guessing and
Students must be able to develop strategies for solving                checking, acting it out, making a
problems with multiple steps.                                          table, working a simpler problem, or
working backwards to solve a
problem

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                                                      Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 9 October 20 - 24
TAKS        Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Use concrete models and nets to find lateral and total                 8.8A Find lateral and total      A Real Cover Up! - Proportional
surface area of prisms, pyramids, and cylinders                        surface area of prisms,          Reasoning Institute
pyramids, and cylinders using    Dwellings - Geometry Institute
Students can conceptualize the idea of surface area by                 concrete models and nets (two-   Use a cylindrical roller stamp to
connecting the three-dimensional figure with the net.           4      dimensional models)              show the surface area of a cylinder
to be a rectangle.
Students should be able to connect the models for surface                                               Clarifying Activities 8.8A
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       Roll up a piece of paper to make a
lateral surface area                                                   and use formulas to solve        cylinder to show lateral surface area
application problems involving   or cut up a toilet paper roll.
Students should be able to calculate surface area when                 lateral and total surface area   Clear View of Area binder
given dimensions of a shape, a three-dimensional figure or a           and volume                       Clarifying Activities 8.8C
net of a figure.                                                4
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.

Review for Mini Assessment #2                                          8.7A, 8.7B, 8.7C, 8.7D
3
8.8A, 8.8C, 8.9A
4
8.14A, 8.14C, 8.15A, 8.16B
6
Give Mini Assessment #2                                                TESTS ALL TOPICS
(one class period)                                                     COVERED IN WEEKS 5 - 9

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 14 December 1 - 5
TAKS        Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Generate similar shapes using dilations - enlargements and               8.6A Generate similar figures    One Size Fits All - Proportional
reductions                                                               using dilations including        Reasoning Institute
Students can dilate a shape with a scale factor                          enlargements and reductions
Students can find a scale factor from a smaller shape to a        3
larger shape and from a larger shape to a smaller shape

Graph dilations, reflections and translations on a coordinate            8.6B Graph dilations,            Translations, Reflections and
plane                                                                    reflections, and translations on Dilations activities from
a coordinate plane               Geometry Institute or TAKS prep
Students should be able to give the new coordinates of a                                                  book
point after a transformation has been preformed. Students         3                                       Reflections and Dilations -
should be able to describe the type of transformation                                                     Geometry Institute
performed on one set of points to generate a new set of                                                   By the Sea Gr.8 - MS Assessments
points.
Select tools to solve problems                                           8.14D Select tools such as real Put by the Sea in the calculator.
Students can solve dilation problems with or without graph               objects, manipulatives,         Create foldables- By the Sea
paper                                                                    paper/pencil, and technology or
6      techniques such as mental
math, estimation, and number
sense to solve problems

Make conjectures and validate conclusions                                8.16B Use logical reasoning to   Listen for comments that predict
Students know that a scale factor less than one will result in           make conjectures and validate    outcome.
a reduction and a scale factor greater than one will result in    6      conclusions using                Make a point of drawing out
an enlargement.                                                          mathematical properties and      predictions.
relationships

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                                                  Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 15 December 8 - 12

TAKS        Texas Essential             Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                  Activities
REVIEW FOR DISTRICT ASSESSMENT                                     8.1A, 8.1B, 8.1C, 8.1D, 8.2A,
(Tests all concept taught through the thirteenth week of    1      8.2B, 8.2C, 8.2D
school)
8.3A, 8.3B, 8.4A, 8.5A, 8.5B
2
8.7A, 8.7B, 8.7C, 8.7D
3
8.8A, 8.8C, 8.9A, 8.9B
4
8.14A, 8.14B, 8.14C, 8.15A,
6      8.16A, 8.16B
DISTRICT ASSESSMENT                                                TESTS ALL TOPICS
COVERED THIS SEMESTER

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                                                        Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 16 December 15 - 19

TAKS        Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Generate similar shapes using dilations - enlargements and               8.6A Generate similar figures    One Size Fits All - Proportional
reductions                                                               using dilations including        Reasoning Institute
Students can dilate a shape with a scale factor                          enlargements and reductions
Students can find a scale factor from a smaller shape to a        3
larger shape and from a larger shape to a smaller shape

Graph dilations, reflections and translations on a coordinate            8.6B Graph dilations,            Translations, Reflections and
plane                                                                    reflections, and translations on Dilations activities from
a coordinate plane               Geometry Institute or TAKS prep
Students should be able to give the new coordinates of a                                                  book
point after a transformation has been preformed. Students         3                                       Reflections and Dilations -
should be able to describe the type of transformation                                                     Geometry Institute
performed on one set of points to generate a new set of                                                   By the Sea Gr.8 - MS Assessments
points.
Select tools to solve problems                                           8.14D Select tools such as real Put by the Sea in the calculator.
Students can solve dilation problems with or without graph               objects, manipulatives,         Create foldables- By the Sea
paper                                                                    paper/pencil, and technology or
techniques such as mental
6      math, estimation, and number
sense to solve problems

Make conjectures and validate conclusions                                8.16B Use logical reasoning to   Listen for comments that predict
Students know that a scale factor less than one will result in           make conjectures and validate    outcome.
a reduction and a scale factor greater than one will result in    6      conclusions using                Make a point of drawing out
an enlargement.                                                          mathematical properties and      predictions.
relationships

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives
Cuisenaire Rods
cm paper

Geofix

interlocking cubes

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

Graph Paper/ Chart paper
Yard stick
large rubber bands

Patty Paper

Calculators

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives
Graph Paper/ Chart paper
Yard stick
large rubber bands

Patty Paper

Calculators

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                                       Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 17 January 6 - 9

TAKS        Texas Essential                  Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                       Activities

Use geometric concepts and properties to solve problems in             8.7B Use geometric concepts       Third of a Prism / Make a Cone -
fields such as art and architecture                                    and properties to solve           Geometry Institute
problems in fields such as art
Practice using a ruler and measuring to the nearest tenth of    3      and architecture
a centimeter and the nearest eighth of an inch

Connect formulas to models for volume of prisms, cylinders,            8.8B Connect models of         Investigating Volume and Surface
pyramids, cones, and spheres                                           prisms, cylinders, pyramids,   Area - Geometry Institute
spheres, and cones to formulas
Students should understand why the volume of a pyramid is       4      for volume of these objects    Surface Area & Volume from TAKS
1/3 the volume of a prism with the same dimensions                                                    prep book Region IV

Estimate and solve problems involving surface area and                 8.8C Estimate measurements
volume                                                                 and use formulas to solve
application problems involving
Students should be able to solve volume problems with and       4      lateral and total surface area
without pictures and in real world situations                          and volume

Use a problem solving model                                            8.14B Use a problem-solving
model that incorporates
understanding the problem,
making a plan, carrying out the
6      plan, and evaluating the
solution for reasonableness

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                            Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 18 January 12 - 16

TAKS        Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Describe the effects on perimeter and area when             8.10A Describe the resulting     Clarifying Activities 8.10A
dimensions are changed                                      effects on perimeter and area
when dimensions of a shape       Use color tiles to build rectangles,
are changed proportionally       apply a scale factor and discuss the
4                                       effects on the perimeter and area

Describe the effect on volume when dimensions are           8.10B Describe the resulting     Clarifying Activities 8.10B
changed                                                     effect on volume when
dimensions of a solid are        Use color cubes to build cubes,
changed proportionally           apply a scale factor and discuss the
4                                       effect on surface area and volume

Use logical reasoning                                       8.16A Use logical reasoning to
make conjectures from patterns
or sets of examples and
6      nonexamples

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                            Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 19 January 20 - 23

TAKS        Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Describe the effects on perimeter and area when             8.10A Describe the resulting     Clarifying Activities 8.10A
dimensions are changed                                      effects on perimeter and area
when dimensions of a shape       Use color tiles to build rectangles,
are changed proportionally       apply a scale factor and discuss the
4                                       effects on the perimeter and area

Describe the effect on volume when dimensions are           8.10B Describe the resulting     Clarifying Activities 8.10B
changed                                                     effect on volume when
dimensions of a solid are        Use color cubes to build cubes,
4      changed proportionally           apply a scale factor and discuss the
effect on surface area and volume

Use logical reasoning                                       8.16A Use logical reasoning to
make conjectures from patterns
6      or sets of examples and
nonexamples

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                                    Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 20 Jan. 26 - Jan. 30

TAKS        Texas Essential               Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                    Activities
Review for Mini Assessment #3                                       8.6A, 8.6B, 8.7B
3
8.8B, 8.8C, 8.10A, 8.10B
4
8.14B, 8.16A, 8.16B
6
Give Mini Assessment #3                                             TESTS ALL TOPICS
(one class period)                                                  COVERED IN WEEKS 14 - 19

Make predictions using theoretical probabilities and                8.11B Use theoretical           What did you expect? - Proportional
experimental results (randomness, bias and large samples)           probabilities and experimental Reasoning Institute
5      results to make predictions and
decisions                       What's in the bag? - Proportional
Reasoning Institute
Find the theoretical and experimental probabilities of              8.11A Find the theoretical and Probability of a Kiss
compound events (dependent and independent)                         experimental probabilities of
5      dependent and independent
events

Select and use different models to simulate an event                8.11C Select and use different Modeling Probability Lesson from
5      models to simulate an event      TAKS prep book Region IV 7th
Apply math to everyday experiences                                  8.14A Identify and apply         Which Spinner? & Draw the Spinner
mathematics to everyday          from Get it Together
experiences to activities in and
6      outside of school, with other
disciplines, and with other
mathematical topics

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks
Week 21 February 2 - 6
TAKS        Texas Essential               Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                    Activities
Make predictions using theoretical probabilities and                8.11B Use theoretical           What did you expect? - Proportional
experimental results (randomness, bias and large samples)           probabilities and experimental Reasoning Institute
5      results to make predictions and
decisions                       What's in the bag? - Proportional
Reasoning Institute
Find the theoretical and experimental probabilities of              8.11A Find the theoretical and Probability of a Kiss
compound events (dependent and independent)                         experimental probabilities of
dependent and independent
5      events

Select and use different models to simulate an event                8.11C Select and use different Modeling Probability Lesson from
models to simulate an event    TAKS prep book Region IV 7th
5

Apply math to everyday experiences                                  8.14A Identify and apply         Which Spinner? & Draw the Spinner
mathematics to everyday          from Get it Together
experiences to activities in and
6      outside of school, with other
disciplines, and with other
mathematical topics
Evaluate the effectiveness of representations                       8.15B Evaluate the
effectiveness of different
representation to communicate
6      ideas

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Third Nine Weeks                                                    Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 22 February 9 - 13

TAKS        Texas Essential                  Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                       Activities
Select the appropriate measure of central tendency (mean,           8.12A Select the appropriate      Is Anyone Normal? - AIMS
median, mode) (range)                                               measure of central tendency or    Proportional Reasoning
range to describe a set of data   Use the calculator to calculate 1 Var
5      and justify the choice for a      Stats
particular situation              Five Friends - Navigating through
Data Analysis
Use scatterplots to draw conclusions and make predictions           8.12B Draw conclusions and        Mixing Measures - AIMS
make predictions by analyzing     Proportional Reasoning
trends in scatterplots            Reading a Scatterplot - Navigating
5                                        through Data Analysis
Congress & Pizza - Navigating
through Data Analysis
Select representations for presenting data including line           8.12C Select and use an           Activity 1 Central Tendency Lesson
plots, stem & leaf plot, circle graphs, bar graphs, Venn            appropriate representation for    from TAKS prep book Region IV
diagrams, box & whisker plots and histograms (with and              presenting and displaying
without technology)                                                 relationships among collected Migraines: Box-Plot and Migraines:
data including line plots, line Histograms - Navigating through
5      graphs, stem and leaf plots,    Data Analysis
circle graphs, bar graphs, box
and whisker plots, histograms,
and Venn diagrams with and
without the use of technology

Recognize misuses of graphical or numerical information             8.13B Recognize misuses of
graphical or numerical
6      information and evaluate
predictions and conclusions
based on data analysis

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Third Nine Weeks                                                    Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 23 February 16 - 20

TAKS         Texas Essential                 Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.      Knowledge and Skills                      Activities
Determine the validity of an inference made from a set of           8.13A Evaluate methods of         Clarifying Activities 8.13A
data                                                                sampling to determine validity
5      of an inference made from a       A Matter of Opinion - Navigating
set of data                       through Data Analysis

Recognize misuses of graphical or numerical information             8.13B Recognize misuses of
graphical or numerical
information and evaluate
5      predictions and conclusions
based on data analysis

Communicate mathematical ideas                                      8.15A Communicate
mathematical ideas using
language, efficient tools,
appropriate units, and
6      graphical, numerical, physical,
or algebraic mathematical
models

Evaluate the effectiveness of representations                       8.15B Evaluate the                Batteries - Navigating through Data
effectiveness of different        Analysis
representations to
6      communicate ideas

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Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                                   Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 24 February 23 - 27

TAKS        Texas Essential                Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                     Activities
Select a problem solving strategy                                  8.14C Select or develop an
appropriate problem-solving
Each week discuss a strategy used to solve a problem and           strategy from a variety of
validate its use and why it is best                                different types, including
drawing a picture, looking for a
6      pattern, systematic guessing
and checking, acting it out,
making a table, working a
simpler problem, or working
backwards to solve a problem

REVIEW FOR DISTRICT ASSESSMENT                                     8.11B Use theoretical           Skydiving - Geometry Institute
probabilities and experimental
5      results to make predictions and
decisions
&      8.15B Evaluate the
6      effectiveness of different
representations to
communicate ideas.

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Mathematics Department
Third Nine Weeks                                                    Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 25 March 2 - 6

TAKS        Texas Essential            Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                 Activities

REVIEW FOR DISTRICT ASSESSMENT (Tests all topics                    Review all Eighth Grade TEKS
covered this year.)

DISTRICT ASSESSMENT                                                 Tests all Eighth Grade TEKS

Third Nine Weeks                                                    Eighth Grade Curriculum Map
Week 26 March 9 - 13

TAKS        Texas Essential            Instructional Resources /
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                 Activities
REVIEW FOR TAKS TEST

Use the District Assessment results to review weak areas.

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2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

cardstock
rulers
compass
scissors
tape

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2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

color tiles

color cubes

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2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

color tiles

color cubes

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2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

colored tiles or cubes
paper bags

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Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

colored tiles or cubes
paper bags

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Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

colored paper

calculator

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

chart paper
markers
plastic bags / skydivers

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Mathematics Department
2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

2008 - 2009

Tools / Manipulatives

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Mathematics Department
Fourth Nine Weeks                                              Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                  2008 - 2009
Week 27 March 23 - 27

TAKS       Texas Essential      Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.    Knowledge and Skills           Activities

REVIEW FOR TAKS (Use the district assessment data to
focus on concepts where students are weak)

Fourth Nine Weeks                                              Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                  2008 - 2009
Week 28 March 30 - April 3

TAKS       Texas Essential      Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.    Knowledge and Skills           Activities
REVIEW FOR TAKS

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Fourth Nine Weeks                                       Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                  2008 - 2009
Week 29 April 6 - 9

TAKS       Texas Essential      Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.    Knowledge and Skills           Activities
Mon. April 6 - 8th Grade LAT TAKS Math Test
Tues. April 7 - 8th Grade TAKS Math Test

Wed. April 8th - Start Science / Math Unit

Fourth Nine Weeks                                       Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                  2008 - 2009
Week 30 April 14 - 17

TAKS       Texas Essential      Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.    Knowledge and Skills           Activities
Math/Science Unit - Lab 1 & 2

Fourth Nine Weeks                                       Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                  2008 - 2009
Week 31 April 20 - 24

TAKS       Texas Essential      Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.    Knowledge and Skills           Activities
Math/Science Unit - Lab 3 & 4

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Fourth Nine Weeks                                                 Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                          2008 - 2009
Week 32 April 27 - May 1

TAKS        Texas Essential             Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
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
Thurs. April 30 - Science TAKS Test (8th grade)
Fri. May 1 - Social Studies TAKS Test (8th grade)

Math/Science Unit - Review Questions

Fourth Nine Weeks                                                 Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                          2008 - 2009
Week 33 May 4 - 8

TAKS        Texas Essential             Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                  Activities
Solve problems using order of operations (including               8.2B Use appropriate
radicals, exponents and rational numbers)                         operations to solve problems
involving rational numbers in
Use the graphing calculator as much as possible                   problem situations

Students re-testing need to continue to review for TAKS

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Mathematics Department
Fourth Nine Weeks                                                     Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                               2008 - 2009
Week 34 May 11 - 15

TAKS        Texas Essential                Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                     Activities
Solve one step linear equations (with and without algebra             A.7B Investigate methods for                                   Algebra Tiles
tiles)                                                                solving linear equations and
inequalities using concrete
Use the graphing calculator as much as possible                       models, graphs, and the
properties of equality, select a
method, and solve the
equations and inequalities

Students re-testing need to continue to review for TAKS

Fourth Nine Weeks                                                     Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                               2008 - 2009
Week 35 May 18 - 22

TAKS        Texas Essential                Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                     Activities
Tuesday, May 19 - 8th grade TAKS Math Re-test
Solve multi-step linear equations (with and without algebra           A.7B Investigate methods for                                   Algebra Tiles
tiles)                                                                solving linear equations and
inequalities using concrete
Use the graphing calculator as much as possible                       models, graphs, and the
properties of equality, select a
method, and solve the
equations and inequalities

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Fourth Nine Weeks                                         Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                               2008 - 2009
Week 36 May 26 - 29

TAKS        Texas Essential                Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                     Activities
Solve equations with variables on both sides              A.7B Investigate methods for                                   Algebra Tiles
solving linear equations and
Use the graphing calculator as much as possible           inequalities using concrete
models, graphs, and the
properties of equality, select a
method, and solve the
equations and inequalities

Fourth Nine Weeks                                         Eighth Grade Curriculum Map                                               2008 - 2009
Week 37 June 1 - 4

TAKS        Texas Essential                Instructional Resources /   Tools / Manipulatives
Concepts/ Processes/ Skills
Obj.     Knowledge and Skills                     Activities
Solve equations with variables on both sides              A.7B Investigate methods for                                   Algebra Tiles
solving linear equations and
Use the graphing calculator as much as possible           inequalities using concrete
models, graphs, and the
properties of equality, select a
method, and solve the
equations and inequalities

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                           8TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT                                                                                2008 - 2009
Week 10 October 27 - 31

TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND                                                                            HANDOUTS       MATERIALS
DAY      TOPICS TO COVER               TAKS                                                                                    ACTIVITY/ LESSON
SKILLS                                                                                  NEEDED         NEEDED
Focus: Compare and Contrast             8.3A Compare and contrast proportional and                                         *Vocabulary Intro         p. 57, 59,
1                                      2                                                                                                                                 Chart Paper
Proportional Relationships             non-proportional linear relationships                                               Proportionality*          61, 63
Multiple Representations               8.4A Generate a different representation of data given another
2     representation of data (such as a table, graph, equation or verbal              Lesson : Jet Ski Rental                       Markers
Table, Graph, Equations                description
8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents   Assignment: Proportional /                   Peel and Stick
Constant of Proportionality      2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates
Non-proportional tables                          Dots
8.16A Make conjectures form patterns or sets of                                                                           Transparencies
Examples and Non-examples         6
examples and nonexamples                                                                                                  p. 57, 59, 61, 63
8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents    Lesson : Proportionality
2            Writing ratios            4     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates
Review
8.2D Use multiplication by a constant factor (unit                            Assignment: Activity B p.78
Writing Proportions           2
rate) to represent proportional relationships                                 and Prop / Non Prop p. 80
1
8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents   Discuss Scaling from Jet Ski p. 113, 115,
Focus: Scaling / Scale Factor,
3                                      2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates                                                         Rulers - optional
Unit Rate                                                                                                              Rental                 117
Communicate Mathematical                8.15A Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools,                                                     Transparencies
6     appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic models       Lesson : Unit Rates
Ideas                                                                                                                                                     p. 113, 115, 117
8.2D Use multiplication by a constant factor (unit                             Assignment: Reflect and
Unit Rate               1
rate) to represent proportional relationships                                   Apply - Jet Ski Rental

Review: Reflect and Apply
4     Review Previous Material
Jet Ski and Obj 2 Selected
5     Assessment / Test / Quiz                                                                                                Week 1 Assessment
Optional Authentic
Assessment Talk, Talk, Talk

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                            8TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT                                                                                   2008 - 2009
Week 10 October 27 - 31

TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND                                                                           HANDOUTS          MATERIALS
DAY        TOPICS TO COVER               TAKS                                                                                      ACTIVITY/ LESSON
SKILLS                                                                                       NEEDED             NEEDED
8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents                                                   Transparencies 1 -
Focus: Estimate percent and find
6                                        2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates               Lesson : Estimating Percent
percent of a number                                                                                                                                                       12
Review Concept of Percent                                                                                                  Assignment: Percent 1
Show Percent as a
Proportional Relationship

8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents      Lesson : Shopping Spree      p.112,114,116   Transparencies 112,
7    Solving Problems with Percent       2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates
118, 120, 122   114,116,118,120,122
Activity 2 & 3
Determine Reasonable                   8.2C Evaluate a solution for reasonableness                                                                                   1" Strips of paper -10
1                                                                                        (Individual or Groups)                          per student
Solutions
8.14A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities
in and outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other mathematical     Assignment: Percent 2
topics

Show Percent as a                    8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents        Lesson : Estimating
8                                        2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates
Proportional Relationship                                                                                                       Discounts
Show Percent in Multiple                8.4A Generate a different representation of data given another                     Assignment: Percent
2     representation of data (such as a table, graph, equation or verbal
Representations                     description                                                                             Problems

Review & Summarize
9      Review Previous Material
Percent
10      Assessment / Test / Quiz                                                                                                   Week 2 Assessment

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                        8TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT                                                                                      2008 - 2009
Week 10 October 27 - 31

TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND                                                                              HANDOUTS         MATERIALS
DAY      TOPICS TO COVER            TAKS                                                                                    ACTIVITY/ LESSON
SKILLS                                                                                          NEEDED           NEEDED
Focus: Find the nth term in          8.5B Find and evaluate an algebraic expression to determine any                ** Vocabulary Algebraic            p. 51, 52,      Color Cubes /
11                                   2     term in an arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change)
a linear sequence                                                                                                    Sequences **                   52a, 53         Overheads
Solve Problems using              8.5A Predict, find and justify solutions to application problems using       Lesson : Identifying Patterns                       Graphing Calculator
2     appropriate tables, graphs & algebraic equations                                                                  p. 54 - 59         (Optional)
equations and graphs                                                                                                  (tech project)
8.15A Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools,
Transparencies p. 51,
appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic models   Assignment: Process Tables                            52, 52a, 53 - 59
Focus: Find the nth term in          8.5B Find and evaluate an algebraic expression to determine any
12                                   2     term in an arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change)                Lesson : Pattern Blocks           p. 460 - 462    Hexagon Sheet
8.5A Predict, find and justify solutions to application problems using           Assignment: Linear
Solve Problems using              appropriate tables, graphs & algebraic equations                                                                                 Pattern Blocks /
Sequences
8.15A Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools,                Sequences
appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic models
Graphing
Calculator
Review Concept of Solving             8.5A Predict, find and justify solutions to application problems using                                                           graphing
13                                   2     appropriate tables, graphs & algebraic equations                              ** Vocabulary equations **         p. 174, 178
Equations                                                                                                                                                    calculator
8.15A Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools,
Use a variety of methods to                                                                                                                                        Transparencies p.
appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic models        Lesson : Cover Up
solve equations                                                                                                                                                174, 176, 178
Solve equations using the
Assignment: Equations
Solving one and two step             8.5A Predict, find and justify solutions to application problems using
14                                   2     appropriate tables, graphs & algebraic equations                             Solving Equations w/ Models                           Algebra Tiles
equations
Review Algebra Tiles and                8.15A Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools,
appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic models   Assignment: Solving Equations for
bridge to abstract algorithms
given variables

Summarize nth term in a
15                Review
sequence

Galena Park ISD
Mathematics Department
Second Nine Weeks                      8TH GRADE PROPORTIONALITY UNIT                                                                                   2008 - 2009
Week 10 October 27 - 31

TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND                                                                            HANDOUTS       MATERIALS
DAY      TOPICS TO COVER          TAKS                                                                                       ACTIVITY/ LESSON
SKILLS                                                                                        NEEDED         NEEDED
Solve problems using the          8.5A Predict, find and justify solutions to application problems using             Simple and Compound                       Simple Interest
16                                 2     appropriate tables, graphs & algebraic equations
simple interest formula                                                                                                    Interest                               Cards
8.14A Identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences to activities
in and outside of school, with other disciplines, and with other mathematical    Simple Interest Card Game
topics
Assignment: Simple Interest
1
Show Similar Figures as a          8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents                                    p. 159, 160, Copies of Set 1 &
17                                 2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates                Vocabulary Similar Figures
Proportional Relationship                                                                                                                          163, 164     2 on cardstock
Find Missing Measures in           8.9B Use proportional relationships in similar two-dimensional                   Lesson : Similarity Lesson
4     figures or similar three-dimensional figures to find missing measures                                                            Ruler
Similar Shapes                                                                                                        (Region IV)
8.16B Use logical reasoning to make conjectures and validate
Assignment: Similarity
conclusions using mathematical properties and relationships                          Lesson p.165 and                          Protractor
Proportional p 81
Proportional and Non-                    Transparencies p.
proportional p.81                      159, 160, 161, 162
Show Similar Figures as a          8.3B Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents                                                  Puzzle cut into
18                                 2     and other proportional relationships such as similarity and rates               Lesson : Perplexing Puzzle       p. 7, 9
Proportional Relationship                                                                                                                                          pieces
Find Missing Measures in           8.9B Use proportional relationships in similar two-dimensional                  Assignment: Similar Shapes -                 Two colors of
4     figures or similar three-dimensional figures to find missing measures
Similar Shapes                                                                                                       Scale Factor                            cardstock
8.16B Use logical reasoning to make conjectures and validate                                                                Scissors / glue
conclusions using mathematical properties and relationships
sticks
Transparencies p.
5, 7, 9
Review and Summarize all
19               REVIEW
concepts learned in the unit
Accumulative test over all
20             *** TEST ***
concepts in the unit
Authentic Assessment: Fast
Food Workout

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