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SBISD - Math 8 Basic 2009 - 2010 This Document Was Last Modified On March 7, 2011 For the most updated version of this document, go to: http://math.springbranchisd.com Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks Number & Operations TAKS 1, 2, 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 rational number Negative number power squared base cubed opposite Equivalent decimals equation Scientific notation evaluate Powers of ten exponent order of operations integer Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 1 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic – 1st Nine Weeks Number & Operations TAKS 1, 2, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource - Textbook Additional Resources Problem Solving with Non-Negative Holt Course 3, Skill Bank, p. 828 Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. Rational Numbers including Order of Order of Operations - flipchart 46 – 47 Operations 7.2E simplify 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 compare and order rational numbers in various Holt Course 2, 2-1 (Integers) on Line forms including integers, percents, and positive and Order on line – Integer Cards negative fractions and decimals Operations 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, multiplication, and division. models, and number lines, to add, subtract, multiply 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 2 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 Super Source has some activities for 8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems 8.2B TEKS ALERT! (Must include PS Worksheet 2- 7 and/or word problems in order to meet this writing equations involving rational numbers in problem situations 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 7.1B convert between fractions, decimals, whole A, B or C depending on students’ skills Holt Course 3, 2-1 (Fraction/Decimal numbers, and percents mentally, on paper, or with a conversions) calculator Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 3 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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, positive and negative Rationals) on Line decimals (include integers, positive and negative 8.1A compare and order rational numbers in various decimals) forms including integers, percents, and positive and negative fractions and decimals Operations 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 One and One Make Two? (multiply include PS Worksheets 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6 and/or 8.15A communicate mathematical ideas using language, decimals) efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, word problems in order to meet this TEKS.) numerical, physical or algebraic mathematical models *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: More or Less (multiply 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 4 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 express numbers in scientific notation, including 49 –51 exponents) negative exponents, in appropriate problem situations Holt Course 3, 4-4 (Scientific Notation) Kamico TAKS Connection Developmental 8.2B use appropriate operations to solve problems 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 5 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Fractions, Numbers and Operations TAKS 1, 2, 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. Underlying 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 6 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 Mixed 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 numbers including whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. 7.1A compare 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: 6.1E Identify factors of a positive integer, common factors, Activity 6, Common 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 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 6.1F identify multiples of a positive integer and common A, B or C depending on students’ skills Holt Course 2, 3-9 (Adding and subtracting multiples and the least common multiple of a set of positive mixed numbers) integers 6.2A model addition and subtraction situations involving Holt Course 2, Game Time, page 210 fractions with objects, pictures, words, and numbers Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Factors 7.2B use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to 7.2B, 7.2F, 7.2G TEKS ALERT! (It is and Multiples: solve problems involving fractions and decimals Activity 5, Common Multiples suggested you include problem solving 7.2F select and use appropriate operations to solve problems problems 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 plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness Adding and Subtracting Fractions Fractions Situation Cards to teach these 7.14A communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, TEKS.) physical or algebraic mathematical models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 8 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 multiplication and division situations Mixed Numbers) reinforce fraction skills. Can use module involving fractions 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, multiplication, and division 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 communicate mathematical ideas using language, TEXTEAMS More or Less or else use Divide efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, and Conquer to teach these TEKS.) physical or algebraic mathematical models 7.2F TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested you include problem solving problems like Holt Course 2, 3-12 # 20, 39-44, Problem Solving 3- 12 to teach this TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 9 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic– 2nd Nine Weeks Fractions, Numbers and Operations TAKS 1, 2, 6 Topic / TEKS Primary Resource - Textbook Additional Resources Conversions between Fractions and Decimals Use Do the Math fraction materials to 7.1B convert between fractions, decimals, whole numbers, 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.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 10 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 compare 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 problems like page 130 # 39, 40-42, and Problem Solving worksheet 2-11 to teach this TEKS.) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 11 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality TAKS 2, 3, 4, 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. Underlying 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 mathematically 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 12 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic– 3rd Nine Weeks Measurement, Probability/Statistics & Spatial Visualization, Proportionality TAKS 2, 3, 4, 6 Topic/TEKS Primary Resource - Textbook Additional Resources Problem 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 13 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 14 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 predictions and decisions Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. 8.11C select and use different models to simulate an event 218 – 220 Middle Grades Mathematics Project, Probability: Activities 3 – 7 *TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What Did You Expect?, Activities 3, 4 *TEXTEAMS Proportionality: What‟s in the Bag? TEXTEAMS Geometry: Skydiving, p. 357 – 364 Exemplars 6-8: Sums Dilemma Problem 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 multiplication by a constant factor (unit rate) to 8.3B TEKS ALERT! (It is suggested that you represent proportional relationships 8.3A compare and contrast proportional and non- include PS Worksheet 5-4 in order to meet this Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. proportional relationships TEKS.) 55 – 56 8.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems Holt Course 3, 5-1 (Ratios/Proportions) involving percents and proportional relationships 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) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 15 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 compare and order rational numbers 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 relationships 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 Benchmarks Holt Course 3, 6-3 Challenge Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 16 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 world 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 relationships 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 rational numbers in problem situations from the above lessons to meet these TEKS.) *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: Tax- 8.3B estimate and find solutions to application problems N-Tip involving percents and proportional relationships 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-Point Play”, p. 28 – 41 *TEXTEAMS Numerical Reasoning: And Around We Go Conversions 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 numbers, Mathematics Standards in the Classroom, p. and percents mentally, on paper, or with a calculator 25 – 26 Fraction-Decimal-Percent Pictures Decimal Squares Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 17 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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, positive and negative decimals Rationals) on Line 8.1A compare and order rational numbers in various forms (include integers, positive and negative including integers, percents, and positive and negative decimals) fractions and decimals Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 18 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 Math 8 Basic – 4th Nine Weeks Geometry, Measurement TAKS 2, 5, 6 Overview: : 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. Underlying 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 19 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 numbers 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 communicate math ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical, numerical, physical or algebraic math models Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 20 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 approximate (mentally and with Holt Course 3, 8-2 (Perimeter/Area Triangles, Trapezoid) perimeter, and area calculators) the value of irrational numbers 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 Worksheets and/or word problems in order to meet these teachers regarding the depth to which it problems involving rational numbers and 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 approximate (mentally and with roots calculators) the value of irrational numbers 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) Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 21 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 world 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 22 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011 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 of 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 Volume 8.8B connect models of prisms, cylinders, and Surface Area, Activities 1 – 3, p. 398 pyramids, spheres, and cones to formulas – 403 , 407 – 414 for volume 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 Spring Branch ISD – 2009-2010 Page 23 of 25 Last Modified on 3/7/2011