7th Grade Math 08-09.pages by fiw10869

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									Subject: Math               Calendar: First Quarter     Timeframe: 9 wks     Level/Grade: 7th

Unit Objectives: DAILY ACTIVITIES:

Warm-Ups: Multi-Step Problems students work on immediately after entering the classroom.
They copy these problems off the board and work them out in their Math logs.
        • Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Decimals (7.2 A, B, F, G)
        • Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions (7.2 A, B, F, G)
        • Convert between fractions, decimals, percents, and whole numbers (7.1 B; 7.2 A,
           B, F, G)

Speed Tests: A timed three minute, fifty question test of skills used to sharpen skills used daily
in math.
         • Reducing Fractions (7.2 A, F, G)
         • Finding a Common Denominator (7.2 A, F, G)
         • Finding the squares and square roots of numbers. (7.2 A, E, F, G)

50 Problems: Fifty problems assigned on Monday and due on Friday. Weekly, the problems
can become more complex. (7.1 B; 7.2 A, B, F, G; 7.3 A)

TAKS 2000: Two to four TAKS formatted questions asked and discussed daily. (All 7th grade
TEKS)

Statistical Analysis: Data collection of quarterly averages and other data. The averages will
be used to create line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line plots, Venn diagrams, and stem and
leaf plots. Students will figure measures of central tendencies and range with the data. (7.11 A,
B; 7.12 A, B)
Subject: Math   Calendar: Second Quarter   Timeframe: 9 wks   Level/Grade: 7th
Unit Objectives: DAILY ACTIVITIES:

Warm-Ups: Multi-Step Problems students work on immediately after entering the classroom.
They copy these problems off the board and work them out in their Math logs.
        • Sales Tax (7.3A)
        • Tip Tax (7.3A)
        • Discount (7.3A)

Speed Tests: A timed three minute, fifty question test of skills used to sharpen skills used daily
in math.
         • Converting from a fraction to a percent. (7.1B)
         • Exponents (7.2E)

50 Problems: Fifty problems assigned on Monday and due on Friday. Weekly, the problems
can become more complex. (7.2E, 7.5A, 7.1A)

TAKS 2000: Two to four TAKS formatted questions asked and discussed daily. (All 7th grade
TEKS)

Statistical Analysis: Data collection of quarterly averages and other data. The averages will
be used to create line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line plots, Venn diagrams, and stem and
leaf plots. Students will figure measures of central tendencies and range with the data. (7.11 A,
B; 7.12 A, B)
Subject: Math               Calendar: Third Quarter     Timeframe: 9 wks     Level/Grade: 7th

Unit Objectives: DAILY ACTIVITIES:

Warm-Ups: Multi-Step Problems students work on immediately after entering the classroom.
They copy these problems off the board and work them out in their Math logs.
        • Using models to add and subtract integers.(7.2C)
        • Using models to multiply and divide integers. (7.2C)
        • Using models to add and subtract fractions. (7.2B)
        • Using models to multiply fractions. (7.2A, 7.2B)

Speed Tests: A timed three minute, fifty question test of skills used to sharpen skills used daily
in math.
         • Adding and subtracting integers (7.2C)
         • Multiplying and dividing integers (7.2C)
         • Converting from fraction to decimal to percent (7.1B)


50 Problems: Fifty problems assigned on Monday and due on Friday. Weekly, the problems
can become more complex. (7.2E, 7.2C, 7.1B,7.3A, 7.5A)

TAKS 2000: Two to four TAKS formatted questions asked and discussed daily. (All 7th grade
TEKS)

Statistical Analysis: Data collection of quarterly averages and other data. The averages will
be used to create line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line plots, Venn diagrams, and stem and
leaf plots. Students will figure measures of central tendencies and range with the data. (7.11 A,
B; 7.12 A, B)
Subject: Math               Calendar: Fourth Quarter    Timeframe: 9 wks     Level/Grade: 7th

Unit Objectives: DAILY ACTIVITIES:

Warm-Ups: Multi-Step Problems students work on immediately after entering the classroom.
They copy these problems off the board and work them out in their Math logs.
        • Order of operations with integers (7.2C, 7.2E)
        • Converting from fraction to decimal to percent (7.1B)
        • Sales Tax, Tip Tax, Discount (7.3A)
        • Proportions (7.2D)

Speed Tests: A timed three minute, fifty question test of skills used to sharpen skills used daily
in math.
         • Adding and subtracting fractions (7.2B)
         • Multiplying and dividing fractions 7.2B)
         • Converting from fraction to decimal to percent (7.1B)
         • Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing integers (7.2C)

50 Problems: Fifty problems assigned on Monday and due on Friday. Weekly, the problems
can become more complex. (7.5A, 7.1B, 7.2E, 7.2C, 7.2B)

TAKS 2000: Two to four TAKS formatted questions asked and discussed daily. (All 7th grade
TEKS)

Statistical Analysis: Data collection of quarterly averages and other data. The averages will
be used to create line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line plots, Venn diagrams, and stem and
leaf plots. Students will figure measures of central tendencies and range with the data. (7.11 A,
B; 7.12 A, B)
Subject: Math                   1st Quarter: Week 1-2             Timeframe: 10 days Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 1: 6th Grade Review
Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
          • Solve decimal problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
          • Solve fraction problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
          • Express improper fractions as mixed numbers and mixed numbers as improper fractions.
          • Convert between fractions, decimal, and percents.
          • Represent fractions, decimals, and percents using models.

Vocabulary: express, solve, convert, model, percent, operations

Lesson 1: Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Students will solve problems by adding and subtracting decimals.

Lesson 2: Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
Students will solve problems by multiplying and dividing decimals.

Lesson 3: Express Numbers as Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers.
Students will express improper fractions as mixed numbers and mixed numbers as improper fractions.

Lesson 4: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Students will solve problems by adding and subtracting fractions.

Lesson 5: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Students will solve problems by multiplying and dividing fractions.

Lesson 6: Represent Fractions, Decimals, and Percents using Models
Students will use models to represent fractions, decimals, and percents.

Lesson 7: Convert between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Students will convert between fractions, decimals, and percents (DooP method)

Activity Type: teacher guided   TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;    6.1 B
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;           6.2 A, B, C
worksheets; small projects      7.1 B
                               7.2 A, B, F, G
Materials: calculator; pencil;
                               7.13 A, B, C, D
math log; markers,
SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made             TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                   1st Quarter: Week 3-9            Timeframe: 35 days Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 2: Percent Problems
Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use models to represent percents.
         • Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percents.
         • Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional relationships
             including percents.
         • Solve problems involving percent increase and percent decrease.
         • Solve problems involving sales tax.
         • Solve problems involving tip tax.
         • Solve problems involving discount.

Vocabulary: increase, decrease, solve, percent, models, formula, part, whole, proportional relationships, sales
tax, tip tax, discounts

Lesson 1: Modeling Percent
Students will express various models as percents.

Lesson 2: Percent Proportions
Students will use formulas to solve various types of proportions problems involving percents.

Lesson 3: Percent Increase and Percent Decrease
Students will use a formula to solve various increase and decrease percent problems.

Lesson 4: Sales Tax
Students will solve various problems involving sales tax.

Lesson 5: Tip Tax
Students will solve various problems involving tip tax.

Lesson 6: Discount
Students will solve various problems involving discounts.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 B, F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.3 A, B
worksheets; small projects       7.13 A, B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made          TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    2nd Quarter: Week 1-4        Timeframe: 20 days Level/Grade: 7th
Unit 3: Exponents, Order of Operations, Combining Integers, Add-Subtract-Multiply-Divide Integers,
One-Step Equations

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve problems involving fractions and
             decimals
         • Use models such as concrete objects, pie models, and number lines to add, subtract, multiply, and
             divide integers and connect the actions to algorithms
         • Simplify numerical expressions involving order of operations and exponents
         • Compare and order integers and positive rational numbers

Vocabulary: exponent, base number, integer, equation, variable, negative

Lesson 1: Order of Operations
Students will solve problems using order of operations (not including exponents).

Lesson 2: Exponents and Order of Operations
Students will solve problems using order of operations (including exponents).

Lesson 3: Integer Battle
Students will be introduced to integers by playing a game where playing cards represent integers.

Lesson 4: Adding and Subtracting Integers
Students will solve adding and subtracting integer problems using the rules for adding and subtracting integers.

Lesson 5: Combining Integers
Students will solve problems combining integers.

Lesson 6: Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Students will solve problems multiplying and dividing integers.

Lesson 7: One-Step Equations
Students will solve one-step equations using method taught in class.


Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.1 A                            7.14 A,B
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.2 B, C, E, F, G
worksheets; small projects       7.11 B
                                 7.13 C, D
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, playing
cards, timer
SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made            TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                   2nd Quarter: Week 5-6           Timeframe: 10 days    Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 4: Compare and Order Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Integers; Modeling Fractions, Squares, and
Square Roots

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Represent squares and square roots using geometric models
         • Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve problems using fractions and
             decimals
         • Use models such as concrete objects, pictorial models, and number lines, to add, subtract,
             multiply, and divide integers and connect the actions to algorithms

Vocabulary: models, square of a number, square root

Lesson 1: Compare and Order Fractions and Decimals
Students will solve problems comparing and ordering fractions and decimals.

Lesson 2: Compare and Order Fractions, Decimals, Percents, and Whole Numbers
Students will solve problems comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, percents, and whole numbers.

Lesson 3: Modeling Fractions
Students will use models to represent fractions.

Lesson 4: Modeling Fractions - 2
Students will use models to represent and multiply fractions.

Lesson 5: Modeling Squares and Square Roots
Students will solve problems using models to represent squares and square roots.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.1 C
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.2 B, C, F, G
worksheets; small projects       7.13 D
                                 7.15 B
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, modeling
fraction cards, glue, scissors



SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made             TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    2nd Quarter: Week 7-8           Timeframe: 10 days Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 5: Ratios and Proportions, Proportions and Similar Figures

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use division to find unit rates and ratios in proportional relationships such as speed, density,
             price, recipes, and student-teacher ratios.
         • Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional relationships such as
             similarity, scaling unit costs, and related measurement units.
         • Use critical attributes to define similarity.

Vocabulary: ratio, unit rate/unit cost, proportion, similar

Lesson 1: Ratios and Proportions
Students will solve problems involving ratios and proportions.

Lesson 2: Proportions and Similar Figures
Students will solve problems involving proportions and similar figures.

Lesson 3: Proportion Problems
Students will solve more problems involving proportions.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 D, F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.3 B
worksheets; small projects       7.13 A
                                 7.6 D
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made             TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    2nd Quarter: Week 7-8           Timeframe: 10 days Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 5: Ratios and Proportions, Proportions and Similar Figures

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use division to find unit rates and ratios in proportional relationships such as speed, density,
             price, recipes, and student-teacher ratios.
         • Estimate and find solutions to application problems involving proportional relationships such as
             similarity, scaling unit costs, and related measurement units.
         • Use critical attributes to define similarity.

Vocabulary: ratio, unit rate/unit cost, proportion, similar

Lesson 1: Ratios and Proportions
Students will solve problems involving ratios and proportions.

Lesson 2: Proportions and Similar Figures
Students will solve problems involving proportions and similar figures.

Lesson 3: Proportion Problems
Students will solve more problems involving proportions.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 D, F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.3 B
worksheets; small projects       7.13 A
                                 7.6 D
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made           TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    2nd Quarter: Week 9           Timeframe: 5 days      Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 6: Patterns

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use words and symbols to describe the relationship between the terms in an arithmetic sequence
             (with a constant rate of change) and their positions in the sequence.
         • Make conjectures from patterns or sets of examples and nonexamples.

Vocabulary: pattern, sequence, nth term

Lesson 1: Patterns
Students will solve problems using patterns.

Lesson 2: Patterns - 2
Students will solve more problems using patterns (including negative numbers and fractions).
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.4 C
worksheets; small projects       7.13 C, D
                                 7.15 A
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made            TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    3rd Quarter: Week 1-2          Timeframe: 10 days   Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 7: Modeling Equations, Two-Step Equations

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use concrete and pictorial models to solve equations and use symbols to record the actions.

Vocabulary: equation, variable, models

Lesson 1: Modeling Equations
Students will solve equations using pictorial models.

Lesson 2: Modeling Equations - 2
Students will solve equations using concrete models.

Lesson 3: Two-Step Equations
Students will solve two-step equations using method taught in class.

Lesson 4: Two-Step Equations - 2
Students will solve two-step equations using “x’s in Texas method”.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.5 A
worksheets; small projects       7.13 B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, George
Strait “All My Ex’s Live in
Texas” song


SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made           TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    3rd Quarter: Week 3           Timeframe: 5 days      Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 8: Problem Situations and Number Equations

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Formulate problem situations when given a simple equation and formulate an equation when
             given a problem situation.

Vocabulary: problem situation

Lesson 1: Problem Situation and Number Equation Relay
Students will compete in a relay to complete correct matches between problem situations and equations.

Lesson 2: Problem Situations and Number Equations
Students will solve problems involving problem situations and number equations.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.5 B
worksheets; small projects       7.13 B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, problem
situation and number equation
relay cards


SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made          TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    3rd Quarter: Week 4-5        Timeframe: 10 days    Level/Grade: 7th
Unit 9: Angles, Quadrilaterals, and Triangles

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Use angle measurements to classify pairs of angles as complementary or supplementary.
         • Use properties to classify triangles and quadrilaterals.

Vocabulary: supplementary, complementary, acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle, scalene, equilateral,
isosceles, parallelogram, square, rectangle, trapezoid, rhombus, vertex, line

Lesson 1: Angles, Angles, Everywhere
Students will play a game that helps them to distinguish between complementary and supplementary angles.

Lesson 2: Complementary and Supplementary Angles
Students will solve problems involving complementary and supplementary angles.

Lesson 3: Geometry Go Fish
Students will play a game that helps them to classify triangles and quadrilaterals.

Lesson 4: Triangles
Students will solve problems involving triangles.

Lesson 5: Quadrilaterals
Students will solve problems involving quadrilaterals.

Lesson 6: Are the Shapes Similar?
Students will determine why a certain figure doesn’t belong using the properties they have learned to
distinguish between triangles, quadrilaterals, complementary angles, and supplementary angles


Activity Type: teacher guided     TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;      7.2 F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;             7.6 A,B
worksheets; small projects        7.13 B, C, D
                                  7.15 B
Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, angle
playing cards, geometry go fish
cards, protractor


SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made              TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test
GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                   3rd Quarter: Week 6-9           Timeframe: 20 days    Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 10: Perimeter, Circumference, Area, Volume

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Generate formulas involving unit conversions, perimeter, area, circumference, volume, and
             scaling.
         • Graph data to demonstrate relationships in familiar concepts such as conversions, perimeter, area,
             volume, and scaling
         • Estimate measurements and solve application problems involving length (including perimeter
             and circumference) and area of polygons and other shapes.
         • Connect models for volume of prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders to formulas of
             prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders.
         • Estimate measurements and solve application problems involving volume of prisms (rectangular
             and triangular) and cylinders
         • Use properties to classify three-dimensional figures, including pyramids, cones, prisms, and
             cylinders

Vocabulary: perimeter, circumference, area, volume, radius, diameter, base, height

Lesson 1: Perimeter and Circumference
Students will solve problems involving perimeter and circumference

Lesson 2: Area
Students will solve problems involving area.

Lesson 3: Area - 2
Students will solve more in depth problems involving area.

Lesson 4: Volume
Students will solve problems involving volume.

Lesson 5: Volume - 2
Students will solve more in depth problems involving volume.
Activity Type: teacher guided   TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;    7.2 B, F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;           7.4 A, B
worksheets; small projects      7.6 C
                               7.9 A,B, C
Materials: calculator; pencil;
                               7.13 B, C, D
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made                TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                   4th Quarter: Week 1-2               Timeframe: 10 days   Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 11: Spatial Reasoning and Nets

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Sketch three-dimensional figures when given the top, side, and front views
         • Make a net (two-dimensional model) of the surface area of a three-dimensional figure
         • Use geometric concepts and properties to solve problems in fields such as art and architecture.

Vocabulary: net, spatial reasoning

Lesson 1: Spatial Reasoning
Students will solve problems involving spatial reasoning.

Lesson 2: Nets
Students will identify certain objects by looking at a two-dimensional net.

Lesson 3: Nets - 2
Students will create three-dimensional shapes using certain nets.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.8 A, B, C
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.2 F, G
worksheets; small projects       7.13 B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, scissors,
glue



SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made               TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    4th Quarter: Week 3               Timeframe: 5 days          Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 12: Coordinate Planes

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Locate and name points on a coordinate plane using ordered pairs of integers.
         • Graph reflections across the horizontal or vertical axis and graph translations on a coordinate
             plane

Vocabulary: coordinate plane, x-axis, y-axis, horizontal, vertical, translation, reflection

Lesson 1: Where’s the point?
Students will play a game where they have to use ordered pairs to locate points on a graph.

Lesson 2: Graphing Points
Students will solve problem using ordered pairs and points on a graph.

Lesson 3: Reflections and Translations
Students will solve problems involving reflections and translations.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.2 F, G
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.7 A, B
worksheets; small projects       7.13 B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, Battleship
game cards



SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made          TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                    4th Quarter: Week 4-5        Timeframe: 10 days    Level/Grade: 7th
Unit 13: Probability and Reasonable Solutions

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Construct sample spaces for simple or composite experiments.
         • Find the probability of independent events.
         • Use a problem-solving model that incorporates understanding the problem, making a plan,
             carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness.

Vocabulary: probability, independent events

Lesson 1: Probability
Students will play a game where they have to determine the probability of rolling a certain number on a dice
and spinning a certain color on a spinner.

Lesson 2: Probability - 2
Students will solve problems involving probability.

Lesson 3: Probability - 3
Students will solve more problems involving probability.

Lesson 4: Reasonable Solutions
Students will solve problems involving reasonable solutions.

Lesson 5: Reasonable Solutions - 2
Students will solve more problems involving reasonable solutions.


Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     7.10 A, B
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            7.2 F, G
worksheets; small projects       7.13 B, C, D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers, dice,
spinner



SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made            TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test
GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects



Subject: Math                     4th Quarter: Week 6-9          Timeframe: 20 days      Level/Grade: 7th

Unit 14: 8th Grade Preparation

Unit Objectives:
After completing this unit, the learner will
         • Express numbers in scientific notation, including negative exponents, in appropriate situations.
         • Locate and name points on a coordinate plane using ordered pairs of rational numbers.
         • Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and
             graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic mathematical models

Vocabulary: scientific notation

Lesson 1: Graphing Basics
Students will solve problems using the basics of graphing.

Lesson 2: Graphing Basics on a Calculator
Students will solve problems using the basics of graphing on a calculator.

Lesson 3: Points on a graph
Students will solve problems using points located on a graph.

Lesson 4: Scientific Notation #1
Students will solve problems in scientific notation using large number rules.

Lesson 5: Scientific Notation #2
Students will solve problems in scientific notation using small number rules.

Lesson 6: Scientific Notation #3
Students will solve problems in scientific notation using both small and large numbers rules.
Activity Type: teacher guided    TEKS:
instruction; self discovery;     8.1 D
guided practice; partner
practice, group work;            8.15 A
worksheets; small projects       8.7 D

Materials: calculator; pencil;
math log; markers,




SE Modifications: extra time Resources: teacher made          TA TEKS: 7H, 3D, 3E
for assignments, shortened      worksheets, TAKS study
assignments, use of calculator, guides, TAKS workbooks,
oral test


GT Modifications: peer       Evaluation Methods: self check, partner check, teacher check, written and
tutoring, benchmark problems oral observation by teacher, smart board work, assignments, quizzes, tests,
                             projects

								
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