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Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks                              Number & Operations                                                 TAKS 1, 2, 6

Overvie w: 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 Numbe rs
Positive number
rational number             Negative number
power                       squared
base                        cubed
opposite                    Equivalent decimals
equation                    Scientific notation
evaluate                    Powers of ten
exponent
order of operations
integer

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Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks                                          Number & Operations                                                       TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                                 Primary Resource - Textbook                          Additional Resources
Proble m Solving with Non-Negative                               Holt Course 3, Skill Bank, p. 828                Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
Rational Numbe rs including Orde r of                            Order of Operations - flipchart                  46 – 47
Ope rations
7.2 E simp lify numerical expressions involving order of
operations and exponents
Compare and Order Integers                                   Holt Course 3, 1-3 (Comparing integers)              *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order
8.1A co mpare and order rational nu mbers in various               Holt Course 2, 2-1 (Integers)                       on Line
forms includ ing integers, percents, and positive and                                                             Order on line – Integer Cards
negative fractions and decimals

Ope rations with Integers                                    Holt Course 3, 1-4 (Adding Integers)                 Integer Chips Activity – Model addition,
7.2C use models, such as concrete objects, pictorial         Holt Course 3, 1-5 (Subtracting Integers)             Subtraction, mult iplication, and division.
models, and nu mber lines, to add, subtract, multip ly and   Holt Course 3, 1-6 (Multiplying/Dividing Integers)
divide integers and connect the actions to algorithms
8.2A select appropriate operations to solve problems
involving rational numbers and justify selections
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems
involving rational numbers in problem situations
8.2C evaluate a solution for reasonableness

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Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks                                        Number & Operations                                                   TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                               Primary Resource - Textbook                         Additional Resources
One Step Equations                                                                                             Holt Course 3, Lab, (Model Solving
8.5A estimate, find and justify solutions to application   Holt Course 3, 2-7 (Solving equations w/ rational        Equations)
problems using appropriate tables, graphs, and algebraic       numbers)
equations
8.2B TEKS ALERT! (Must include PS Worksheet 2-      Super Source has some activities for
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems                                                              writing equations
involving rational numbers in problem situations           7 and/or word problems in order to meet this
TEKS.)
Holt Course 3, Lab, (Model Solving
Equations)

Holt Course 3, 1-7 (Addition/subtraction
equations)

Holt Course 3, 1-8 (Mult/Div equations)

8.5A TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you
include PS Worksheets 1-7, 1-8 in order to meet
this TEKS.)

Relationships between Fractions and                        Move to after fractions?                            Use Do the Math fraction materials to
Decimals                                                                                                       reinforce fraction skills. Can use module
A, B or C depending on students’ skills
7.1B convert between fractions, decimals, whole                  Holt Course 3, 2-1 (Fraction/Decimal
numbers, and percents mentally, on paper, or with a             conversions)
calculator

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Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks                                        Number & Operations                                                   TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                               Primary Resource - Textbook                         Additional Resources
Compare and Order Rational Numbers                         Holt Course 3, 2-2 (Comparing/Ordering              *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order
    Include integers, positi ve and negati ve             Rationals)                                          on Line
deci mals                                                                                                 (include integers, positive and negative
8.1A co mpare and order rational nu mbers in various                                                               decimals)
forms includ ing integers, percents, and positive and
negative fractions and decimals
Ope rations with Rational Numbers                                Holt Course 3, 2-3 (Add/Subtract Rationals)   Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
(Decimals)                                                                                                         adding & subtracting if needed.
8.2A select appropriate operations to solve problems             Holt Course 3, 2-4 (Multiply Rationals)       Use Do the Math multiplication &
involving rational numbers and justify selections                                                                 division modules to reinforce this
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems                                                                 skill
involving rational numbers in problem situations
Holt Course 3, 2-5 (Divide Rationals)
8.2C evaluate a solution for reasonableness
8.14B use a problem solving model that includes
understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out    8.2A, 8.2B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you   *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Does
the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness     include PS Worksheets 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6 and/or        One and One Make Two? (mu ltiply
8.15A co mmunicate mathematical ideas using language,                                                              decimals)
efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical,
word problems in order to meet this TEKS.)
numerical, physical or algebraic mathemat ical models                                                          *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: More
or Less (mult iply fractions)

*TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Divide
and Conquer
(divide fractions)

TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Product
and Quotient

SBISD Math Framework 7/8, p. N-12, see
supplement E p. 1 – 9 „Operation Bingo‟

Exemplars 6-8: Sheep Herder’s
Dilemma

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Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks                                       Number & Operations                                                     TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                              Primary Resource - Textbook                          Additional Resources
Exponents & Scientific Notation                               Holt Course 3, 4-1 (Evaluate expressions with    Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
8.1D exp ress numbers in scientific notation, including                                                        49 –51
exponents)
negative exponents, in appropriate problem situations         Holt Course 3, 4-4 (Scientific Notation)
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems                                                              Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
involving rational numbers in problem situations                                                               Series Book 1, “Notation Rotation”, p. 50 – 61
8.2B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you include
PS Worksheets 4-1 and 4-4 or word problems in        Powers of Ten Demo Website:
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/java/scienc
order to meet this TEKS.)
eopticsu/powersof10/

Exemplars 6-8: Baffling Bacteria

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Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                      Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                           TAKS 1, 2, 6

Overvie w: 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.
Unde rlying Processes: During this nine weeks students: Use the district problem solving model emphasizing look for a pattern and make a
table (8.14B and C); Communicate mathematically using language, physical, and algebraic models (8.15A); Use manipulatives and technology
to solve problems (8.14D); Make conjectures from patterns or sets of examples/non-examples (8.16A); And make connections to everyday
experiences (8.14A).

Vocabulary:

Proportionality
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 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                                     Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                     TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                                      Primary Resource - Textbook              Additional Resources
Fraction Models                                                       Glencoe 4-2 Equivalent Fractions     Use Do the Math fraction materials to
 Simplify                                                                                           reinforce fraction skills. Can use module
 Mi xed to Improper                                                                                 A, B or C depending on students’ skills
Glencoe 4-6 Ordering and Comparing
 Compare and Order                                         Fractions
6.1B generate equivalent forms of rational nu mbers
including whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
7.1A co mpare and order integers and positive rational                  Glencoe 4-7 Writing Decimals as    *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning:
numbers                                                           Fractions                                Fraction Benchmarks
Glencoe 4-8 Writing Fractions as
        Fraction Benchmark Follow-up #1
Decimals
        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:
6.1 E Identify factors of a positive integer, co mmon factors,                                                  Activ ity 6, Co mmon 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
Conve rt 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 nu mbers                                                        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 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                                       Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                         TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                                        Primary Resource - Textbook                   Additional Resources
Add & Subtract Fractions With and Without                           Holt Course 2, 3-8 (Adding and subtracting    Use Do the Math fraction materials to
Models                                                              fractions)                                    reinforce fraction skills. Can use module
A, B or C depending on students’ skills
6.1F identify mu ltip les of a positive integer and common          Holt Course 2, 3-9 (Adding and subtracting
mu ltip les and the least common mu ltip le of a set of positive    mixed numbers)
integers
6.2A model addition and subtraction situations involving
Holt Course 2, Game Time, page 210
Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Factors
fractions with objects, pictures, words, and numbers
7.2B use addition, subtraction, mult iplication, and division to    7.2B, 7.2F, 7.2G TEKS ALERT! (It is           and Multiples:
Activity 5, Co mmon Mu ltiples
solve problems involving fractions and decimals                     suggested you include problem solving
7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems        proble ms like page 188 # 26, 27, 48-55 and
and justify the selections                                                                                        Adding and Subtracting Fractions – Like
7.2G determine the reasonableness of a solution to a
Problem Solving 3-8 to teach these TEKS.)     denominators
problem
7.13B use a problem solving model that includes                     7.2B, 7.14A, 7.15B TEKS ALERT! (It is         Adding Fractions
understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the        suggested you include Adding and Subracting   Adding and Subtracting Fractions
plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness                 Fractions Situation Cards to teach these
7.14A co mmunicate mathematical ideas using language,
efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, nu merical,
TEKS.)
physical or algebraic mathemat ical models

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Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                                     Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                           TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                                      Primary Resource - Textbook                      Additional Resources
Multiply & Divide Fractions                                       Holt Course 2, 3-10 (Multiplying Fractions and   Use Do the Math fraction materials to
7.2A represent multip licat ion and division situations           Mixed Numbers)                                   reinforce fraction skills. Can use module
involving fract ions and decimals with models, including                                                           A, B or C depending on students’ skills
Holt Course 2, Lab 3-10 (Model fraction
concrete objects, pictures, words, and numbers
7.2B use addition, subtraction, mult iplication, and div ision
multiplication and division))
to solve problems involving fractions and decimals                Holt Course 2, 3-11 (Dividing fractions and
7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems      mixed numbers)
and justify the selections                                        Holt Course 2, TAKS Prep, pages 218-219
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      7.2B, 7.2F, 7.2G, 7.13D, 7.14A TEKS
plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness               ALERT! (It is suggested you include
7.14A co mmunicate mathematical ideas using language,             TEXTEAMS More or Less or else use Divide
efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, nu merical,    and Conquer to teach these TEKS.)
physical or a lgebraic mathemat ical models

7.2F TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you
include proble m solving problems like Holt
Course 2, 3-12 # 20, 39-44, Problem Solving 3-
12 to teach this TEKS.)

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Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                                 Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                           TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                                  Primary Resource - Textbook                      Additional Resources
Conve rsions between Fractions and Decimals                                                                    Use Do the Math fraction materials to
7.1B convert between fractions, decima ls, whole nu mbers,                                                     reinforce fraction skills. Can use module
and percents mentally, on paper, or with a calculator               Glencoe 4-7 Writing Decimals as            A, B or C depending on students’ skills
Fractions
Glencoe 4-8 Writing Fractions as
Decimals

Holt Course 2, 2-9 (Equivalent fractions
and mixed numbers)
Holt Course 2, 2-10 (Equivalent
fractions and decimals)

7.1B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you
include problems like Problem Solving
worksheet 2-9 and 2-10 to teach this TEKS.)

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Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks                             Fractions, Numbers and Operations                                        TAKS 1, 2, 6

Topic / TEKS                                              Primary Resource - Textbook                     Additional Resources
Compare and Order Rational Numbers                        Glencoe 4-6 Ordering and Comparing              *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order
 Include fractions, decimals, integers               Fractions                                           on Line
7.1A co mpare and order integers and positive rational                                                        (include fractions, decimals, and
Holt Course 2, 2-1 (Integers)                  integers)
numbers

Holt Course 2, 2-11 (Comparing and
ordering rational numbers)

7.1B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you
include proble ms like page 130 # 39, 40-42,
and Problem Solving worksheet 2-11 to
teach this TEKS.)

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks     Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Overvie w: 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.

Unde rlying Processes: During this nine weeks students: Use the district problem solving model selecting from draw a picture, look for a
pattern, guess and check, act it out, make a table, work a simpler problem or work backwards (8.14B and C); Communicate mathe matically
using language, appropriate units, and physical models (8.15A); Use real objects, manipulatives, technology, estimation and number sense to
solve problems (8.14D); Validate conclusions using mathematical relationships (8.16B); And make connections to everyday experiences
(8.14A).

Vocabulary:

Central Tendency          Transformations          Probability/Statistics
mean
median                    image                    tree diagram
mode                      reflection               outcome
range                     rotation                 probability
Bar graph                 translation              sample
Histogram                                          sample space
Circle graph
Proportions
equivalent ratio
proportion
scale factor
Percents
discount rate             Sales tax
discount price            tip
percent                   Sale price
ratio

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks           Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                     Primary Resource - Textbook                    Additional Resources
Proble m Solving                                               Holt Course 3, Focus on Problem Solving, pp.   Exemplars 6-8: Distribution Dilemma
8.14B use a problem solving model that includes                353(basic geometry), 483(statistics),          (Use More Challenging Version)
understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the   539(probability)
plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness
8.14C select or develop an appropriate problem solving
strategy from a variety of types to solve a problem            Holt Course 3, Problem Solving on Location,
 Guess and check                                         pp. 456(basic problem solving strategies),
 Work backwards                                          578(statistics)
Measures of Central Tendency                                   Holt Course 3, 9-3 (Measures of central        Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
8.12A select the appropriate measure of central tendency or    tendency)                                      adding & division
range to describe a set of data and justify the choice for a
particular situation
Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
220 – 221

Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
Series Book 2, “Do You Mean the Median
and the Mode?”, p.195 – 201

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks           Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                    Primary Resource - Textbook                    Additional Resources
Construct and Interpret Graphical Displays of                 Holt Course 3, 9-5 (Histograms, line graphs)   Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
Data                                                       Holt Course 2, 7-4 (Reading and interpreting   Series Book 1, “U R D S T Mator” p. 218 –
222
(Circle Graphs, Bar Graphs, Histograms )                   circle graphs)
8.12C select and use an appropriate representation for
presenting and displaying relationships among collected
data, including circle graphs, bar graphs, histograms, with
and without the use of technology

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks             Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                     Primary Resource - Textbook                      Additional Resources
Probability                                                    Holt Course 3, 10-1 (Simple Probability)
8.11A find probabilities of dependent and independent          Holt Course 2, 11-3(Make a list to find sample   Super Source has activities for
events                                                         spaces)                                          probability
8.11B use theoretical probabilities and experimental results
to make predict ions and decisions                                                                              Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
8.11C select and use different models to simu late an event                                                     218 – 220

Middle Grades Mathematics Project,
Probability: Activities 3 – 7

*TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What Did
You Expect?, Activit ies 3, 4

*TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What‟s in the
Bag?

TEXTEAMS Geometry: Skydiving, p. 357 –
364

Exemplars 6-8: Sums Dilemma

Proble m Solving with Proportions                                   Holt Course 3, 5-4 (Solving Proportions)    Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
8.2C evaluate a solution for reasonableness                                                                     multiplication & division
8.2D use mu ltiplication by a constant factor (unit rate) to   8.3B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you
represent proportional relationships
8.3A co mpare and contrast proportional and non-
include PS Worksheet 5-4 in order to meet this   Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
proportional relat ionships                                    TEKS.)                                           55 – 56
8.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems             Holt Course 3, 5-1 (Ratios/Proportions)
involving percents and proportional relat ionships such as                                                      Kamico TAAS Connection Developmental
similarity and rates                                            8.1B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you      Series, p. 60 – 72
assign PS Worksheet 5-1 and/or word
Exemplars 6-8: Dog Years Dilemma
problems in order to meet this TEKS.)
(Use More Challenging Version)

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks          Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                   Primary Resource - Textbook                   Additional Resources
Percent Models & Meaning                                          Holt Course 3, 6-1 (Fractions,           Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
8.1A co mpare and order rational nu mbers in various forms    Decimals, %)                                 multiplication & division
including integers, percents, and positive and negative
fractions and decimals
8.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems      8.3B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you
involving percents and proportional relat ionships such as    include PS Worksheet 6-1 and/or word         Math and the Mind’s Eye: Modeling
similarity and rates                                          problems to meet this TEKS.)                 Percents and Ratios – Unit VII, Activity 1

Holt Course 3, 6-3 Challenge                 *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order
on Line
(include percents, integers, positive and
negative fractions positive and negative
decimals, percents and numbers in
scientific notation)

*TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning:
Percent Bench marks

Holt Course 3, 6-3 Challenge

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks          Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                     Primary Resource - Textbook                       Additional Resources
Connecting Proportions to Percent Situations                   Holt Course 3, 6-3 (Finding Percents)             Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
Holt Course 3, 6-4 (Finding number w/ percent     multiplication & division
   Include discount, sales tax, commission, and           known)
other real worl d applications

8.1B select and use appropriate forms of rational numbers to   Holt Course 3, 6-6 (Commission, sales tax, % of   Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
solve real-life problems including those involving             earnings)                                         51 – 54
proportional relat ionships
8.2A select appropriate operations to solve problems           8.1B, 8.2A, 8.2B, 8.3B TEKS ALERT! (Must          *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning:
involving rational numbers and justify selections              include PS Worksheets and/or word problems        Shopping Spree
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems involving
from the above lessons to meet these TEKS.)       *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Tax-
rational nu mbers in problem situations
8.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems                                                         N-Tip
involving percents and proportional relat ionships such as                                                           Tax-N-Tip Follow-up
similarity and rates                                                                                                 
TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What Does It
Cost? Activity 1 and 2
Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
Series Book 1, “Three -Po int Play”, p. 28 – 41

*TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: And
Around We Go

Conve rsions Between Fractions, Decimals, and                  Holt Course 2, 6-1(Percents)                      Use Do the Math materials to reinforce
Percents                                                       Holt Course 2, 6-2(Fractions, decimals,           multiplication & division
6.3B represent ratios and percents with concrete models,          percents)
fractions, and decimals
7.1B Convert between fractions, decimals, whole nu mbers,                                                        Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
and percents mentally, on paper, or with a calculator                                                            25 – 26

Fraction-Decimal-Percent Pictures

Decimal Squares

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Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks          Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality
TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6

Topic/TEKS                                                   Primary Resource - Textbook              Additional Resources
Compare and Order Rational Numbers                           Holt Course 3, 2-2 (Comparing/Ordering   *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Order
 Include integers, positi ve and negati ve deci mals       Rationals)                               on Line
8.1A co mpare and order rational nu mbers in various forms                                                (include integers, positive and negative
including integers, percents, and positive and negative                                                   decimals)
fractions and decimals

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Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks                             Geometry, Measurement                                                  TAKS 2, 5, 6

Overvie w: : The focus of the fourth nine weeks is to study the coordinate plane and use it to explore transformations; solve problems
involving perimeter, area and volume.

Unde rlying Processes: During this nine weeks students: Use the district problem solving model selecting appropriate strategies (8.14B and
C); Communicate mathematically using language, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical or algebraic models (8.15A); Evaluate
effectiveness of different representations (8.15B); Use manipulatives, technology, estimation and number sense to solve problems (8.14D);
Make conjectures from patterns (8.16A); Validate conclusions using mathematical relationships (8.16B); And make connections to everyday
experiences (8.14A).
Vocabulary:

Ordered pairs                                 Diameter
Coordinate plane                              Radius
X- axis                                       Formula
Y- axis                                       Square roots
Reflection                                    Pythagorean Theorem
Translation                                   Nets
Transformation                                Surface area
Perimeter                                     Volume
Side                                          Cubic units
Area                                          Height
Squared units                                 Area of base
Circumference                                 Angles
Π- pi                                         Right angle
Obtuse angle                                  Acute angle
Straight angle                                Quadrilateral
Triangle                                      Acute triangle
Right triangle                                Obtuse triangle
Scalene triangle                              Isosceles triangle
Equilateral triangle                          Parallelogram
Rhombus                                       Square
Rectangle                                     Trapezoid

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Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks                                      Geometry, Measurement                                              TAKS 2, 5, 6

Topic / TEKS                                    Primary Resource - Textbook                               Additional Resources
Transformations                                 Holt Course 3, 7-7 (Transformations)                      Super Source has activities for
8.6B graph reflections and translations on                                                                   transformations
a coordinate plane
8.7D locate and name points on a
coordinate plane using ordered pairs of
rational nu mbers
TEKS ALERT! (Omit graphing rotations – it is not in the
TEKS at this grade level.)                                Mathematics Standards in the
Classroom, p. 139 – 143, 151 – 153
Holt Course 2, 8-10 (Translations, reflections, and
rotations)                                               TEXTEAMS Geometry: Reflections,
p. 172 – 185
7.7B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include Problem
Solving WS 8-10 to meet this TEKS.)                      TEXTEAMS Geometry: Quadrilateral
Quest, p. 25 – 57
Holt Course 2, 4-1 (The coordinate plane)Mod
Kamico TAKS Connection
Developmental Series Book 2, “What’s
the Point?”, p. 87 – 92

Kamico TAKS Connection
Developmental Series Book 2,
“Dilation Duel”, p. 11 – 25

Geometry Basics                                 Holt Course 3, 7-1 (Classify and name figures)            Super Source has activities for triangles,
8.5A estimate, find and justify solutions to    Holt Course 3, 7-3(missing angles in triangles)              angles and polygons
application problems using appropriate          Holt Course 3, 7-4 (Classify polygons and find angles)
tables, graphs and algebraic equations
8.14A identify and apply math to everyday
experiences, in and out of school, with
other disciplines and other math topics
8.15A co mmunicate math ideas using
language, efficient tools, appropriate units,
and graphical, nu merical, physical or
algebraic math models

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Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks                                       Geometry, Measurement                                                 TAKS 2, 5, 6

Topic / TEKS                                     Primary Resource - Textbook                                Additional Resources
Perimeter, Circumference and                     Holt Course 3, 8-1 (Perimeter/Area Rectangles,
Area                                             Parallelograms)                                            Super Source has many activities for
8.1C appro ximate (mentally and with             Holt Course 3, 8-2 (Perimeter/Area Triangles, Trapezoid)      perimeter, and area
calculators) the value of irrat ional nu mbers   Holt Course 3, 8-3 (Circumference/Area Circles)
as they arise in problem situations (such as                                                                *TEXTEAMS Algebraic Reasoning:
Stretching Sequences,
 , 2)
8.1C, 8.2A, 8.2B, 8.7B TEKS ALERT! (Must include PS            Activities 1 – 5 (Discuss with 7th grade
8.2A select appropriate operations to solve
problems involving rational numbers and          Worksheets and/or word problems in order to meet these         teachers regarding the depth to which it
TEKS.)                                                         was taught)
justify selections
8.2B use appropriate operations to solve                                                                    TEXTEAMS Algebraic Reasoning:
problems involving rational numbers in
Swimming Pool
problem situations
8.7B use geometric concepts and properties                                                                  Kamico TAAS Connection Developmental
to solve problems in fields such as art and
Series (Green Book), “Design Your Own Park”,
architecture
p. 375 – 380

TEXTEAMS Geometry: Investigating Areas of
Different Polygons, Activities 1 – 2, p.
348 – 356
Irrational Numbers                                    Holt Course 3, 4-5 (Square Roots)                     Super Source has activities for square
8.1C appro ximate (mentally and with                                                                           roots
calculators) the value of irrat ional nu mbers
as they arise in problem situations (such as     8.1C TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you include PS
 , 2)                                           Worksheets                                                 Mathematics Standards in the
4-5 and 4-6 and/or word problems in order to meet this     Classroom, p. 47 – 49
TEKS.)
TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning:
Order on Line (include Square Roots)

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Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks                                    Geometry, Measurement                                                  TAKS 2, 5, 6

Topic / TEKS                                   Primary Resource - Textbook                                   Additional Resources
Pythagorean Theorem                                Holt Course 3, 4-8 (Pythagorean Theorem)                  Super Source has activities for
8.7B use geometric concepts and                                                                                 Pythagoream Theorem
properties to solve problems in fields such    8.7C TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you include Lab 4-8     Use Do the Math to reinforce
as art and architecture                        in order to meet this TEKS.)                                  multiplication & addition
8.7C use pictures or models to demonstrate
the Pythagorean Theorem                                                                                      Mathematics Standards in the
8.9A use the Pythagorean Theorem to            8.9A, 8.7B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you include PS
Worksheet 4-8 and/or word problems in order to meet this      Classroom, p. 149 – 151
solve real wo rld problems
8.14A identify and apply math to               TEKS.)
everyday experiences, in and out of school,
What’s your angle Pythagoras
with other disciplines and other math topics                                                                    Powerpoint
TAKS OCCURS HERE IN THE
CURRICULUM

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Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks                                     Geometry, Measurement                                                TAKS 2, 5, 6

Topic / TEKS                                Primary Resource - Textbook                                  Additional Resources
Nets, Surface Area, Volume and              Holt Course 3, 8-5 (Volume Prisms, Cylinders)                Super Source has activities for volume
Applications                                Holt Course 3, 8-6 (Volume Pyramids, Cones)                     and area
8.7B use geometric concepts and properties Holt Course 3, 8-7 (Surface Area Prisms, Cylinders
to solve problems in fields such as art and Holt Course 3, 8-8 (Surface Area Pyramids, Cones)
architecture
8.8A find lateral and total surface area o f                                                             Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p.
prisms, pyramids, and cylinders using          8.7B, 8.8C TEKS ALERT! (Must include PS Worksheets        171 – 173
concrete models and nets (two-dimensional      and/or word problems from the above lessons in order to
models)                                        meet these TEKS.)                                         TEXTEAMS Geometry: Investigating Volu me
8.8B connect models of pris ms, cylinders,                                                                  and Surface Area, Activ ities 1 – 3, p. 398
pyramids, spheres, and cones to formulas                                                                    – 403 , 407 – 414
for volu me of these objects
8.8C estimate measurements and use                                                                       Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Mouse
formulas to solve application problems                                                                       and Elephant:
involving lateral and total surface area and                                                                 Activities 4, 5, and 6
volume
Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
Series Book 2, “Dicey Dimensions”, p. 116 –
119

Visual Math Volume I, Lesson 83
Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental
Series Book 2, “Don‟t Get Caught in the Net!”,
P. 93 – 104

Exemplars 6-8: Dog House

Exemplars 6-8: Dear Betty

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