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SBISD - Math 7 Basic 2009 - 2010 This Document Was Last Modified On August 16, 2010 For the most updated version of this document, go to: http://math.springbranchisd.com Math 7 Basic– 1st Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Overview: The focus of the first nine weeks is operations with rational numbers. Students build on prior experiences with whole numbers, integers and decimals to become competent working with all forms of these numbers. Vocabulary: Rational Numbers Positive number cubed base opposite Negative number order of operations equation power evaluate rational number exponent squared integer Equivalent decimals Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 1 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 1st Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Problem Solving with Non-Negative Holt Course 2, 1-5 (Order of operations) Rational Numbers including Order of Operations 7.2E simplify numerical expressions involving order of operations and exponents Compare and Order Integers Holt Course 2, 2-1 (Integers) *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order 7.1A compare and order integers and positive rational on Line numbers Order on line – Integer Cards Integers with Order of Operations Operations with Integers Holt Course 2, Lab 2-2 (Model adding integers) Integer Chips Activity – Model addition, 7.2C use models, such as concrete objects, pictorial Subtraction, multiplication, and division. models, and number lines, to add, subtract, multiply and Holt Course 2, 2-2 (Adding integers) divide integers and connect the actions to algorithms Subtraction with Integer Chips 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems involving rational numbers and justify Using Patterns to Multiply and Divide selections Holt Course 2,Lab 2-3 (Model subtracting integers) Integers 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a Holt Course 2, 2-3 (Subtracting integers) Use Do the Math multiplication problem and division modules to reinforce 7.2C TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include these skills problems like p. 90 #12, 35, 50-54 and Problem Solving Use Do the Math adding and worksheet 2-3 to teach this TEKS.) subtracting modules to reinforce these skills Holt Course 2, Lab 2-4 (Model integer multiplication and division) Holt Course 2, 2-4 (Multiplying and dividing integers) 7.2C TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problems like p. 96 #17, 34, 47, 56-59 and Problem Solving worksheet 2-4 to teach this TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 2 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 1st Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources One Step Equations Holt Course 2, Lab 1-11 (Modeling Solving Equations) Super Source has activities for writing 7.5A use concrete and pictorial models to solve Holt Course 2, Lab 2-5 (Modeling Integer Equations) equations equations and use symbols to record the actions. Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 88 – 89 Modeling Equations with Algebra Tiles with Teacher Notes Algebra Tiles I – connects models to words Algebra Tiles II - connects models to words and symbols Algebra Tiles III - connects models to words and symbols Equation Models – includes non-Algebra Tile models Equation Model Match Game Compare and Order Decimals Holt Course 2, 2-11 Comparing and Ordering Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 7.1A compare and order integers and positive rational Rational Numbers (need to edit for your class – take out 5-6 numbers fractions) *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order on Line (include decimals, integers) Decimal Squares - Helpful for ESL Students Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 3 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 1st Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Add & Subtract Decimals With and Holt Course 2, 3-2 (Adding and subtracting decimals) Subtraction of Decimals Without Models 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and 7.2B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problems Use Do the Math materials to reinforce division to solve problems involving fractions and like page 156 # 26, 27, 40-45, and Problem Solving adding & subtracting if needed. decimals worksheet 3-2 to teach this TEKS.) 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems and justify the selections 7.13A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Problem 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a Solving 3-2 to teach this TEKS.) problem 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models Multiply Decimals With and Without Holt Course 2, Lab 3-3 (Model decimal multiplication) Use Do the Math multiplication Models Holt Course 2, 3-3(Multiplying decimals) modules to reinforce this skill 7.2A represent multiplication and division situations involving fractions and decimals with concrete models, 7.2A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem Modeling Multiplying Decimals - Notes pictures, words, and numbers solving problems like page 162 # 26, 27, 40-45, and 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and Problem Solving worksheet 3-3 to teach this TEKS.) Models for Multiplication of Decimals #1 division to solve problems involving fractions and decimals 7.15B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Models Models for Multiplication of Decimals #2 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve for Multiplication of Decimals #2 to teach this TEKS.) problems and justify the selections Models for Multiplication of Decimals #3 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a problem 7th_grid_paper_models 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 4 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 1st Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Divide Decimals With and Without Models Holt Course 2, Lab 3-4 (Model decimal division) Use Do the Math division modules to 7.2A represent multiplication and division situations reinforce this skill involving fractions and decimals with concrete models, Holt Course 2, 3-4 (Dividing decimals by integers) pictures, words, and numbers Holt Course 2, 3-5 (Dividing decimals by Modeling Division of Decimals - Notes 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and decimals) division to solve problems involving fractions and Models for Division of Decimals #1 decimals 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve 7.15B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Models Models for Division of Decimals #2 problems and justify the selections for Division of Decimals #2 to teach this TEKS.) 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a problem 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 5 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Overview: The focus of the second nine weeks continues with operations of rational numbers. The emphasis these nine weeks is on fractions. Students build on prior experiences with fractions, whole numbers, integers and decimals to become competent working with all forms of these numbers. Vocabulary: Fractions denominator numerator Common factor proper fractions equivalent fractions rational numbers factor reciprocal greatest common factor simplify fractions improper fractions least common denominator mixed number multiple Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 6 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Fraction Models Glencoe 4-2 Equivalent Fractions Use Do the Math fraction materials to Simplify reinforce fraction skills. Can use module Mixed to Improper Glencoe 4-6 Ordering and Comparing Fractions A, B or C depending on students’ skills Compare and Order 6.1B generate equivalent forms of rational numbers Glencoe 4-7 Writing Decimals as Fractions Glencoe 4-8 Writing Fractions as Decimals *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: including whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. Fraction Benchmarks 7.1A compare and order integers and positive rational numbers Fraction Benchmark Follow-up #1 Fraction Benchmark Follow-up #2 *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order on Line Greatest Common Factor & Simplifying Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Factors Fractions Glencoe 4-2 Simplifying Fractions and Multiples: 6.1E Identify factors of a positive integer, common Activity 6, Common Factors factors, and the greatest common factor of a set of positive integers Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental Series, Oh, Is That a Factor? p. 40 – 50 Convert Between Improper Fractions and Use Do the Math fraction materials to Mixed Fractions reinforce fraction skills. Can use module 6.1B generate equivalent forms of rational numbers A, B or C depending on students’ skills including whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. Glencoe 4-3 Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 7 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Add & Subtract Fractions With and Holt Course 2, 3-8 (Adding and subtracting fractions) Use Do the Math fraction materials to Without Models Holt Course 2, 3-9 (Adding and subtracting mixed numbers) reinforce fraction skills. Can use 6.1F identify multiples of a positive integer and common Holt Course 2, Game Time, page 210 module A, B or C depending on multiples and the least common multiple of a set of students’ skills positive integers 7.2B, 7.2F, 7.2G TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include 6.2A model addition and subtraction situations problem solving problems like page 188 # 26, 27, 48-55 and Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Factors involving fractions with objects, pictures, words, and Problem Solving 3-8 to teach these TEKS.) and Multiples: numbers Activity 5, Common Multiples 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and 7.2B, 7.14A, 7.15B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you division to solve problems involving fractions and include Adding and Subracting Fractions Situation Cards to Adding and Subtracting Fractions – Like decimals teach these TEKS.) denominators 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems and justify the selections Adding Fractions 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a problem Adding and Subtracting Fractions 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models Multiply & Divide Fractions Holt Course 2, 3-10 (Multiplying Fractions and Mixed 7.2A represent multiplication and division situations Numbers) Use Do the Math fraction materials to involving fractions and decimals with models, including Holt Course 2, Lab 3-10 (Model fraction multiplication and reinforce fraction skills. Can use concrete objects, pictures, words, and numbers division)) module A, B or C depending on 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and Holt Course 2, 3-11 (Dividing fractions and mixed numbers) students’ skills division to solve problems involving fractions and Holt Course 2, TAKS Prep, pages 218-219 decimals 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems and justify the selections 7.2B, 7.2F, 7.2G, 7.13D, 7.14A TEKS ALERT! (It is 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a suggested you include TEXTEAMS More or Less or else use problem Divide and Conquer to teach these TEKS.) 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out 7.2F TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness solving problems like Holt Course 2, 3-12 # 20, 39-44, Problem 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, Solving 3-12 to teach this TEKS.) efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 8 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Number and Operations TAKS 1, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Conversions between Fractions and Use Do the Math fraction materials to Decimals reinforce fraction skills. Can use 7.1B convert between fractions, decimals, whole Glencoe 4-7 Writing Decimals as Fractions module A, B or C depending on numbers, and percents mentally, on paper, or with a students’ skills calculator Glencoe 4-8 Writing Fractions as Decimals Use Do the Math multiplication and Holt Course 2, 2-9 (Equivalent fractions and mixed division modules to reinforce these numbers) Holt Course 2, 2-10 (Equivalent fractions and skills for conversions decimals) 7.1B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problems like Problem Solving worksheet 2-9 and 2-10 to teach this TEKS.) Compare and Order Rational Numbers Glencoe 4-6 Ordering and Comparing Fractions *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order Include fractions, decimals, integers on Line 7.1A compare and order integers and positive rational Holt Course 2, 2-1 (Integers) (include fractions, decimals, and numbers integers) Holt Course 2, 2-11 (Comparing and ordering rational numbers) 7.1B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problems like page 130 # 39, 40-42, and Problem Solving worksheet 2-11 to teach this TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 9 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6 Overview: The focus of the third nine weeks is to: study proportionality and its applications especially through percent; build on prior experiences with percents, fractions, whole numbers, integers and decimals to become competent working with all forms of these numbers; study the measures of central tendency, and use different representations of data; find simple probability, sample spaces and make predictions. Vocabulary: Percents Proportions Central Tendency Probability discount rate equivalent ratio mean tree diagram discount price proportion median outcome percent scale factor mode probability ratio range sample sale price Bar graph sample space sales tax Histogram tip Circle graph Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 10 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6 Topic/TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Proportion (Equivalent Ratios) Holt Course 2, 5-1 (Ratios) Use Do the Math multiplication and 6.3C use ratios to make predictions in proportional situations Holt, Course 2, 5-4 (Identifying and writing proportions) division modules to reinforce these 7.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems skills for proportions involving proportional relationships such as similarity, 7.2D TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you do Raking scaling, unit costs, and related measurement units Leaves and TEXTEAMS Unit Rates or page 285 # 39-44 and Problem Solving 5-4 to teach this TEKS.) 7.2F, 7.3B, 7.4B, 7.5B, 7.7A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you do Raking Leaves and TEXTEAMS Unit Rates to teach these TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 11 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6 Topic/TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Proportions with Percent Applications Holt’s Course 2, 5-5 (Solving proportions) Use Do the Math materials to reinforce 7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a problem multiplication & division Include discount, sales tax, and tip 7.3B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem solving problems from page 289 like # 14, 15, 28 – Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 7.3A estimate and find solutions to application problems involving percent 31, 38-40 Problem Solving 5-5 to teach this TEKS.) 32 – 34, 74 – 76 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve problems involving fractions and decimals 7.4B, 7.14A , 7.14B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include TEXTEAMS’ Perfect Paint Color to teach these *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: 8.2D use multiplication by a scale factor to represent Shopping Spree TEKS.) proportional linear relationships Shopping Spree Modified Activity Use scale factor Holt Course 2, 6-4 (Percent of a number) Follow-up, “Money, Money, Money” 7.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems Holt Course 2, 6-5 (Solving percent problems) involving and proportional relationships such as percents, similarity, and scaling *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Tax – 7.13A identify and apply math to everyday experiences, in n – Tip Holt Course 2, Focus on Problem Solving, page 351 # and out of school, with other disciplines and other math 1-6 topics 7.13B use a problem solving model that includes understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the 7.3A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem solving problems like page 351, Focus on plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness Problem Solving to teach this TEKS.) 7.14A communicate math ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic math models 7.1B, 7.2F, 7.2G, 7.2B, 7.13A, 7.13B, 7.13C, 7.14A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include TEXTEAMS Shopping Spree and Tax-n-Tip to teach these TEKS.) Conversions Between Fractions, Decimals, and Holt Course 2, 6-1(Percents) Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. Percents Holt Course 2, 6-2(Fractions, decimals, percents) 25 – 26 6.3B represent ratios and percents with concrete models, fractions, and decimals Fraction-Decimal-Percent Pictures 7.1B Convert between fractions, decimals, whole numbers, and percents mentally, on paper, or with a calculator Decimal Squares Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 12 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6 Topic/TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Compare and Order Rational Numbers Holt Course 2, 6-1(Percents) *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order Include percents, fractions, decimals, integers Holt Course 2, 6-2(Fractions, decimals, percents) on Line 7.1A compare and order integers and positive rational (include percents, fractions, integers, numbers positive and negative decimals) 7.1B convert between fractions, decimals, whole numbers and percents mentally, on paper, or with a calculator Measures of Central Tendency Holt Course 2, 7-2 (Mean, median, mode, range) Mean, median, mode, range Use Do the Math materials to reinforce 7.12A describe a set of data using mean, median, mode, and 7.12A, 7.12B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you adding & division range include problem solving problems like Problem Solving WS 7-2 to meet these TEKS.) Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 7.12B choose among mean median, mode, or range to describe a set of data and justify the choice for a particular 212 – 213 situation 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, What’s in a name? efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical, or algebraic mathematical models Representations of Data Holt Course 2, 7-3(Bar graphs and histograms) Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. Bar graphs, histograms, circle graphs 205 – 208 7.11A select and use an appropriate representation for 7.11A, 7.11B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you presenting and displaying relationships among collected include problem solving problems like Problem Solving WS Puppy Lengths 7-3 and Puppy Lengths and Roller Coaster Drops to meet data, including line plot, line graph, bar graph, stem and leaf these TEKS.) Roller Coaster Drops plot, circle graph and Venn Diagrams, and justify the Holt Course 2, 7-4 (Reading and interpreting circle selection graphs) TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Around 7.11B make inferences and convincing arguments based on an analysis of given or collected data We Go! 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, And Around We Go! Excel option physical, or algebraic mathematical models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 13 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6 Topic/TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Probability Holt Course 2, 11-1(Probability) Super Source has activities for Simple Probability Holt Course 2, 11-2(Experimental probability) probability Sample Spaces Holt Course 2, 11-3(Make a list to find sample spaces) Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 6.3C use ratios to make predictions in proportional situations 65 - 66 6.9A construct sample spaces using lists and tree diagrams 6.9B find the probabilities of a simple event and its Sample Spaces with Tree diagrams and complement and describe the relationship between the two Tables 7.10A Construct sample spaces for simple or composite experiments Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 7.10B find the probability of independent events 203 – 204 *TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What Did You Expect? - Activity 1 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 14 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement, & Algebraic Reasoning TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Overview: The focus of the fourth nine weeks is geometry to include the study of angles, circles, polygons, circumference, area, and volume (cube, rectangular prism, and cylinder). After TAKS students will begin to use algebraic reasoning with its applications in tables, graphs, and equations and using patterns in sequences. Vocabulary: Geometry Geometry (cont’d) Algebraic Reasoning area Angle algebraic expression acute angle Acute triangle constant circle Congruent angle equation circumference Right triangle function coordinate plane Obtuse triangle function table diameter Equilateral triangle function rule obtuse angle Isosceles triangle position in sequence ordered pairs Scalene triangle term perimeter Quadrilateral value of term pi Parallelogram variable point Rhombus radius Degree rectangle Line right angle Ray square Segment straight angle Base trapezoid Height triangle Cubic units Squared units Formula Volume Cube Rectangular prism Cylinder x-axis y-axis Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 15 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement, & Algebraic Reasoning TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Geometry: Angles, Circles, & Polygons Holt Course 2, 8-1 (Building blocks of geometry) & triangles Holt Course 2, 8-2 (Classifying angles) Super Source has activities for 6.6A use angle measurements to classify angles as triangles, angles and polygons acute, obtuse, or right 7.6A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem solving problems like Problem Solving WS 8-2 to meet these TEKS.) TEXTEAMS Geometry: Investigating 6.6B identify relationships involving angles in triangles and quadrilaterals Properties of Triangles, 6.8C measure angles Holt Course 2, 8-4 (Properties of Circles) p. 247 – 257 6.6A use angle measurements to classify angles as Holt Course 2, 8-5 (Classifying polygons) acute, obtuse, or right Holt Course 2, 8-6 (Classifying triangles) What am I? 7.6B use properties to classify shapes including Holt Course 2, 8-7(Classifying quadrilaterals) What am I game cards triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and circles 7.8C use geometric concepts and properties to solve 7.6B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Problem problems in fields such as art and architecture Solving WS 8-7 to meet this TEKS.) 7.7B graph reflections across the horizontal and vertical axis and graph translations on a coordinate plane Holt Course 2, 8-10 (Translations, reflections, and 7.7A locate and name points on a coordinate plane rotations) using ordered pairs of integers 7.7B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Problem Solving WS 8-10 to meet this TEKS.) Holt Course 2, 4-1 (The coordinate plane)Mod Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 16 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement, & Algebraic Reasoning TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Perimeter, Circumference, and Area Holt Course 2, 9-2 Lab (Explore perimeter and circumference) Super Source has many activities for 6.8A estimate measurements (including Holt Course 2, 9-2 (Perimeter & circumference) perimeter and area circumference) and evaluate reasonableness of results Holt Course 2, 9-3Lab (Area of polygons) 6.8B select and use appropriate units, tools, or Holt Course 2, 9-3Lab Activity 1 and 2 is developed in 6th formulas to measure and to solve problems grade and you may want to review this. 7th should fully TEXTEAMS Algebraic Reasoning: Pipe involving length (including perimeter), area, time, develop the area of trapezoids, Activity 3. Cleaners, Activity 1 temperature, volume and weight 6.6C describe the relationship between radius, Holt Course 2, 9-3(Area of parallelograms) Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Mouse diameter, and circumference of a circle Holt Course 2, 9-4 (Area of triangles & trapezoids) and Elephant: 7.4A generate formulas involving conversions, Activities 1 – 3 perimeter, area, circumference, volume, and scaling 7.8C TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem TEXTEAMS Geometry: Investigating 7.4B graph data to demonstrate relationships in solving problems like p. 527 #26, 27 to meet this TEKS.) Perimeter and Area familiar concepts such as conversions, perimeter, Activities 1 – 2, p. 336 – 347 area, circumference, volume, and scaling 7.9A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem 7.8C use geometric concepts and properties to solve solving problems like Problem Solving 9-2; p.533 #21; Problem *TEXTEAMS Proportionality: Pi Anyone? Solving 9-3; Problem Solving 9-4; and p. 537 #23 to meet this problems in fields such as art and architecture (opportunity to have students measure with TEKS.) 7.11B make inferences and convincing arguments rulers) based on an analysis of given or collected data Activities 1, 2 7.4B, 7.4C, 7.7A, 7.15A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you Use modified Table 3 for Activity 2 include TEXTEAM: Stretching Sequences or Investigating Perimeter and Area or similar resource to meet this TEKS.) Create your own Backyard Activity – Area and Perimeter along with Circle Relationships Holt Course 2, 9-5(Area of circles) 7.2D , 7.4B, 7.7A, 7.9A, 7.15A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include TEXTEAM: Pi Anyone? or similar activity to meet these TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 17 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement, & Algebraic Reasoning TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Three Dimensional Figures – Volume of Holt Course 2, Lab 10-2 (Explore volume of prisms & cylinders) Super Source has activities for volume Cube, Rectangular Prism, and Cylinders Holt Course 2, 10-2(Volume of Prisms and Cylinders) 7.6C use properties to classify three-dimensional figures, including pyramids, cones, prisms, and cylinders 7.8A sketch 3 dimensional figures when given top, side, and front views 7.9B connect models for volume of prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders to formulas of prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders 7.9C estimate measurements and solve application problems involving volume of prisms (rectangular and triangular) and cylinders TAKS Test Should Occur Here in Curriculum Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 18 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010 Math 7 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement, & Algebraic Reasoning TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource Additional Resources Algebra Holt Course 2, 4-2 (Tables and graphs) Super Source has some activities for Tables Holt Course 2, 4-4 (Functions, tables & graphs) algebra equations Graphs Equations Patterns in a Sequence *TEXTEAMS Algebraic Reasoning: Stretching Sequences, 6.4A use tables and symbols to represent and describe proportional and other relationships such as those involving Activities 1, 2 conversions, arithmetic sequences (with a constant rate of change), perimeter and area Sequence Card Match 6.5 formulate equations from problem situations described Sequence Card Match II by linear relationships Sequence Worksheet math, estimation, and number sense to solve problems 7.4C use words and symbols to describe the relationship Formulating Equations I between the terms in an arithmetic sequence (with a constant rate of change) and their positions in the sequence Formulating Equations II 7.5B Formulate problem situations when given a simple equation and formulate an equation when given a problem Equation Match situation 7.7A locate and name points on a coordinate plane using Match the Math ordered pairs of integers 7.15A make conjectures from patterns or sets of examples and non-examples Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 19 of 21 Last Modified on 8/16/2010