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2009 - 2010
August 16, 2010

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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

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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.)

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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
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

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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.)

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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

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Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks              Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability                                                  TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6

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.)

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Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks               Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability                                                     TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6

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

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Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks               Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability                                                    TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6

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

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Math 7 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks              Number Operations, Algebraic Reasoning, and Probability                                                     TAKS 1, 2, 5, 6

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

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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
pi                                  Parallelogram                        variable
point                               Rhombus
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

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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
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

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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.)

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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

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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

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