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Time Frame              Program of Studies              Core Content 4.0              "I Can"        Critical Vocabulary
Decimals, and       *MA-7-NPO-S-NO3 Students                 *MA-07-1.3.1          *I can add and         metric system
Metric System         will add, subtract, multiply,       Students will add,    subtract decimals. I
(Prerequisites/       divide, and apply order of               subtract,       can multiply decimals.
Chapter 1)       operations (including positive      multiply,divide, and I can divide decimals.
2 weeks            whole exponents) with                apply order of   I can solve real-world
If the United        fractions, decimals and          operations (including     problems with
States adopted       integers to solve real-world     positive whole number          decimals.
the Metric                 problems.               exponents) with whole                                                   KCCT7 Ch1L5
System, how                                          numbers, fractions, and                                                www.coolmath.com
would it affect                                      decimals to solve real-                                                  mathisfun.com
your life?                                       world problems. DOK                                                     mrnussbaum.com
- 2 MA-07-1.1.1                                                        glencoe.com
Students will provide                                                  brainpop.com
examples of and
identify integers,
fractions, decimals,
percents, and pi.
DOK - 1

MA-7-NPO-S-E1 Students       MA-07-1.2.1 Students    I can apply decimal
will estimate and mentally   will estimate to solve estimation to check
compute to solve real-world       real-world and         for reasonable
and or mathematical problems mathematical problems           answers.
with fractions, decimals, and      with fractions,
percents and integers          decimals, and                                                         www.math.com/paren
checking for reasonable and percents, checking for                                                      ts/helpyourkids.html
appropriate computational      reasonable and
results.               appropriate
computational
results. DOK-2

MA-7-M-S-SM1 Students will       MA-07-2.2.1 Students         I can convert units
describe and provide examples      will convert units within of measure within the
of US Customary and Metric               the same          Metric System. I can
Units of measurements: Use       measurement system distinguish between
these units to solve real-world   and use these units to      the Metric units of
and or mathematical problems.           solve real-world            measure.
problems.

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Prime      MA-7-NPO-S-PNO2 Students MA-07-1.5.1 Students                I can construct a factor LCM, GCF, prime,
Factorization,  will identify and apply prime will identify and apply       tree to show the prime composite, prime
LCM, GCF      numbers, composite numbers,         prime numbers,             factors of a number. factorization, factor
(Chapter 5)    prime factorization, factors,   composite numbers,              I can use prime        tree, factors,
2 weeks       multiples, and divisibility to  prime factorization,           factorization to       multiples, and
How does LCM solve real-world problems (e.g. factors, multiples,             determine GCF.        I     divisibility
and GCF help     use prime factorization to       and divisibility to            can use prime
you choose       determine LCM or GCF)            solve real-world             factorization to                               KCCT7 Ch1L10
among                                       problems (e.g., prime         determine LCM. I                               mathplayground.com
packaging                                        factorization to         can use divisibility to                           teachertube.com
options at                                      determine a least             solve real world
WalMart?                                        common multiple                  problems.
[LCM] or greatest
common factor [GCF]
DOK - 2

Fractions and          MA-7-NPO-S-NO3             MA-07-1.1.1 Students I can add and subtract            multiplicative
US Customary       Students will add, subtract,     will provide examples        fractions. I can    inverse, reciprocals,
system         multiply, divide, and apply    of and identify integers,    multiply fractions.        compatible
(Chapter 6)    order of operations (including     fractions, decimals,    I can divide fractions.        numbers,
4 weeks      positive whole exponents) with    percents, and pi. DOK - I can solve real-world          numerator,
How are         fractions, decimals and             1 MA-07-1.3.1          problems using            denominator,
fractions and    integers to solve real-world       Students will add,            fractions.         simplify, improper
cooking related?            problems.              subtract, multiply and                               fractions, mixed        KCCT7 Ch1L6
divide whole numbers,                             numbers, LCD, U.S.         aaamath.com
fractions and decimals                               Customary units
to solve real-world
problems and apply
order of operations
(including positive
whole number
exponents) to

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MA-07-1.2.1 Students I can apply estimation
will estimate to solve     to check for
mathematical problems
with fractions,
decimals, and percents,
checking for
reasonable and
appropriate
computational results.
DOK-2

MA-7-M-S-SM1 Students will     MA-07-2.2.1 Students I can convert units of
describe and provide examples    will convert units within measure within the
of US Customary and Metric               the same            U.S. Customary
Units of measurements: Use     measurement system               System.
these units to solve real-world and use these units to       I can choose an
and or mathematical problems.         solve real-world      appropriate unit of
problems.         measure within the
U.S. Customary
System.
Percents and *MA-7-NPO-S-NO2 Students                   *MA-07-1.1.1       *I can solve routine
F/D/P         will extend concepts and      Students will provide       problems using
Conversions      application of operations with     examples of and       fractions, decimals,
(Chapter 5/7) 3       fractions and decimals to         identify integers,        and percents
weeks          Why         include percents.         fractions, decimals,
is it important to                                    percents, and pi.
be able to                                              DOK - 1
convert among
fractions,
decimals and
percents?

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MA-7-NPO-S-NS6 Students MA-07-1.1.2 Students I can compare whole
will provide examples of and       will describe and  numbers, fractions,
use models, diagrams and      provide examples of       decimals, and
symbols (e.g. number lines,       representations of   percents through
10x10 grids, rectangular         numbers ( whole      models: number
arrays, number sentences.) to numbers, fractions,       lines/10x10 grids/
describe and write equivalent decimals, percents,      rectangular arrays/
forms of integers, fractions, integers, square roots  number sentences.
decimals, percents, square    and pi) and operations
roots, and pi.             in a variety of
equivalent forms using
models, diagrams and
symbols (e.g., number
lines, 10 by 10 grids,
rectangular arrays,
number sentences)
based on real-world
and mathematical
problems.

*Ma-7-NPO-S-NS5 Students *MA-07-1.1.3 Students *I can convert and
will compare, order and      will convert among      order whole
determine equivalent         whole numbers,      numbers, fractions,
relationships among fractions, fractions, decimals,     decimals, and
decimals, and percents.      percents and pi and       percents.             KCCT7 Ch1L3
will compare and order
these numbers DOK 2

MA-7-NPO-S-E2 Students will MA-07-1.2.1 Students     I can estimate and
estimate large and small   will estimate to solve   mentally compute
quantities of objects.     real-world and/or    percents to check for
with fractions,
decimals, and
percents, checking for
reasonable and
appropriate
computational results.
DOK-2

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Ratios and    *MA-7-NPO-S-RP3 Students            *MA-07-1.4.1      *I can solve percent    ratio, proportion,
proportions       will develop proportional    Students will apply proportions involving percent, sales tax,
(Chapter 7/8)    reasoning and apply to real-         ratios and           sales tax and       discounts, rate,
6 weeks         world and mathematical           proportional             discount.      percent proportion,
How do ratios  problems. (e.g. rates, scaling,  reasoning to solve       I can construct    cross products, unit
and proportions similarity) MA-7-NPO-S-RP1 real-world problems percent proportions                 rate, scale
help determine       Students will compute      (e.g., percents, sales involving sales tax                              Ladders to Success
the best buy       percentages and use        tax, discounts, rate).     and discount.                                 Level G Lesson 2
when shopping? percentages in proportional              DOK - 3        I can apply ratios to                             KCCT7 Ch1L8, 9
reasoning. MA-7-NPO-S-RP2                                  find unit rate.
Students will determine and
solve proportions in real-world
and mathematical situations.

Integers        MA-7-NPO-S-NO3 Students MA-07-1.1.1 Students I can use integers to integers, absolute
(Chapter 3)          will add, subtract, multiply, will provide examples describe real-world value, ordered pairs
3 weeks           divide, and apply order of         of and identify      situations.         (coordinates),
If "opposites          operations (including        integers, fractions,                      coordinate system
attract," how      positive whole exponents) decimals, percents, and                         (grid, plane), origin,
does that apply      with fractions, decimals and        pi.   DOK - 1                            axes, additive
to integers?        integers to solve real-world                                              inverses, positive
prolblems.MA-7-NPO-S-NS1                                                     integer, opposite
nlvm.usu.edu
Students will extend number                                                                          mathgoodies.com
sense for percents and                                                                         funbasedlearning.com
integers. MA-7-NPO-S-NS2
Students will extend
applications of operations to
include integers. MA-7-NPO-S-
NS4 Students will use whole
number exponent to
represent/express numbers.

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MA-7-NPO-S-NO1 Students             MA-07-1.3.3       I can model addition
subtraction, multiplication, and   subtract integers.          integers.
division of integers both                           I can add integers. I
concretely and symbolically                                can subtract
(mental, pencil paper,                               integers.          I
calculators)                                                                KCCT7 Ch1L2
can multiply and
divide integers.
I can use the
calculator to solve
integer problems.

*MA-7-G-S-CG1 Students will        *MA-07-3.3.1 Students    *I can identify the
identify and graph ordered       will identify and graph parts of a coordinate
pairs on a coordinate system        ordered pairs on a     plane. I can graph
identifying the origin, axes, and     coordinate system,     ordered pairs on a
ordered pairs. MA-7-G-S-          correctly identifying   coordinate plane.
CG2 Students will apply         the origin, axes, and                            Ladders to Success
graphing in a coordinate         ordered pairs; and                               Level G Lesson 5
system to solve real-world      will apply graphing in                              KCCT7 Ch3L20
and/or mathematical problems.            the coordinate
system to solve real-
world problems. DOK
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Equations/    *MA-7-NPO-S-PNO1 Students           *MA-07-1.5.2 Students       *I can apply the        solution, evaluate,
Functions     will identify, explain and apply   will identify the use of properties for solving     exponent, cubed,
(Chapter 1/4)   properties (eg: commutative,               properties              problems:            square, powers,
4 weeks         associative, inverse, and             (commutative            commutative             base, order of
How are          identity for addition and      properties of addition associative identity             operations,
equations and    multiplication: distributive.)      and multiplication,          distributive.             properties:
balance scales                                          the associative                                   commutative,
related?                                        properties of addition                             associative, identity,
and multiplication,                              distributive, domain,
function, range,
and the identity                                                         KCCT7 Ch1L11
inequalities, two-step
properties for                                                         nlvm.usu.edu
equations, inverse
operations,
multiplication) to
sequence
justify a given step in
(arithmetic,
solving problems.
DOK-1
inverse, constant,
variable, term,
numerical
expression,
algebraic
Why do we need         MA-7-NPO-S-NO3                 MA-07-1.3.1       I can apply the order
to agree on an   Students will add, subtract,     Students will add,        of operations
order of      multiply, divide, and apply          subtract,          including whole
operations?   order of operations (including multiply,divide, and number exponents. I
positive whole exponents) with       apply order of          can evaluate
fractions, decimals and      operations(including         exponents.
integers to solve real-world                                                                                 Ladders to Success
positive whole
prolblems.                                                                                           Level G Lesson 1
number exponents)
with whole numbers,
fractions, and decimals
to solve real-world
problems. DOK - 2

*MA-7-AT-S-VEO1 Students *MA-07-5.2.1 Students                 *I can use
will simplify numeric and    will substitute values       substitution to
algebraic expressions MA-7-      for variables (up to      evaluate algebraic
AT-S-VEO2 Students will            three different          expressions.
substitute values for variables      variables) and
to evaluate algebraic         evaluate algebraic
expressions.          expressions. DOK - 2

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MA-7-AT-S-VEO3 Students MA-07-5.2.2 Students
will describe, define, and   will describe, define
provide examples of algebraic and provide examples
expressions based on real-        of variables and
world and/or mathematical      expressions with a
situations.          missing value based
on real-world and
*MA-7-AT-S-EI3 Students will        *MA-07-5.3.1        *I can solve one-step
model and solve real-world    Students will model         equations. I can
problems with one or two step and solve real-world           solve two-step
equations or inequalities. MA-   and mathematical           equations. I can
7-NPO-S-SC4 Students will problems with one- or           model real-world
explain inversely related       two-step single       problems with one-
operations (addition and    variable, first degree       step equations/
subtraction; multiplication and      equations or          inequalities. I can
division) MA-7-AT-S-EI1        inequalities (e.g.,       model real-world
Students will use multiple    2x+1 = 9, 3x+3<9).       problems with two-         Ladders to Success
representations to model and      (Statements and           step equations/         Level G Lesson 7,9
solve single variable equations
solutions use only        inequalities. I can       KCCT7 Ch5L37-40
and inequalities. MA-7-NPO-S-
non-negative           use properties of
PNO1 Students will identify,
numbers.) DOK - 2       equality and inverse
explain and apply properties
operations to solve
(eg: commutative, associative,
equations and
inverse, and identity for
distributive.)

MA-7-At-S-PRF3 Students will        MA-07-5.1.1 Students I can find the missing
organize input-output          will extend, describe term in a sequence.
coordinate pairs into tables     rules for patterns and I can determine the
and plot points in all four     find a missing term in      pattern for
quadrants of a coordinate        a pattern from a real-    sequences.
system/grid; interpret resulting          world and                                  KCCT7 Ch5L34-36
patterns/trends. MA-7-AT-S-             mathematical
PRF1 Students will recognize          problems. DOK-3
create, and extend, patterns
and generalize the pattern by
determining the rule for any
term.

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MA-7-AT-S-PRF2 Students MA-07-5.1.2 Students               I can analyze
will represent, analyze, and         will represent,      relationships to
generalize functional             analyze, and      determine a function
relationships through tables,         generalize first   rule by using tables
graphs, and verbal rules.     degree relationships         and graphs.
MA-7-AT-S-PRF4 Students             (functions) using
will relate tables, graphs,    tables, graphs, and
verbal rules and equations.     words and will apply
MA-7-AT-S-PRF5 Students          the relationships to
will explain how the change in solve real-world and
the input effects the change in         mathematical
the output. (e.g. in tables or
problems.DOK - 2 MA-
graphs)
07-5.1.3 Students will
explain how tables,
graphs, patterns, verbal                         Ladders to Success
rules and equations                            Level G Lesson 8
relate to each other.
MA-07-5.1.5 Students
will explain how the
change in one
quantity affects the
change in another
quantity (e.g., in
tables or graphs).
DOK - 2

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Statistics     *MA-7-DAP-S-CD2 Students *MA-07-4.2.1 Students                *I can calculate the    measures of central
(Chapter 2)          will determine, apply and         will determine the      mean. I can find the     tendency, interval,
2 weeks         compare measures of mean, mean, median, mode, median. I can find the                    statistics, scale,
How do statistics   median, mode and/or range as and range of a set of mode. I can calculate                 mean, median,
help you make       appropriate to the situation.     data, and will identify      the range. I can       mode, and range,
informed         MA-7-DAP-S-CD3 Students            clusters, gaps, and        choose the best         cluster, gaps, and
decisions as      will identify clusters, gaps, and outliers within the data. measure of central        outliers, frequency
consumers?             outliers within the data.             DOK - 2             tendency for the      table, histogram, bar
given situation. I can        graphs, circle
KCCT7 Ch4L22-29
identify clusters/ gaps/ graphs, line plots,     nlvm.usu.edu
outliers. I can make Venn diagrams, line nces.ed.gov/nceskids
inferences from        graphs, stem-and-
diagrams, plots, and       leaf plots, scatter
graphs. I can           plots, box-and-
choose the best             whisker plot
measure of central
tendency for the
given situation.

*MA-7-DAP-S-DR1 Students       *MA-07-4.1.1 Students      *I can construct
will analyze and make circle graphs. I can
will collect, organize, construct,
analyze, and interpret data and   inferences from data construct a multiple
data displays in a variety of    displays (drawings,    line graph. I can
graphical methods including          tables/charts,    construct a double
circle graphs, multiple line      pictographs, bar      bar graph. I can
graphs, double-bar graphs,     graphs, circle graphs,  construct a double
and double stem-and-leaf          line plots, Venn    stem and leaf plot.
plots.            diagrams, line graphs,
stem-and-leaf plots,
scatter plots). DOK - 3
MA-7-Dap-S-DR3 Students MA-07-4.1.2 Students           I can determine the
will compare data from various       will explain how        interval. I can
types of graphs. MA-7-DAP-S-              different        determine scale.
ES1 Students will pose     representations of data
questions, collect, organize,   (e.g., tables, graphs,
and display data.          diagrams, plots) are
related.

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MA-7-DAP-S-DR4 Students MA-07-4.1.3 Students                 I can draw
will relate different      will read/interpret,  conclusions from a
representations of data (eg:     analyze and make     box and whisker plot.
tables, graphs, diagrams,      inferences from box
plots) MA-7-DAP-S-DR5        and whisker plots of
Students will read/interpret      data and make
analyze and make inferences predictions and draw
from a box-and-whisker plot of conclusions from the
data and make predictions and              data.
draw conclusions from the
data.           MA-07-4.1.4 Students I can choose the best
will determine and      graph for the data
construct appropriate       and explain its
data displays (bar      appropriateness
graphs, line plots,
Venn diagrams,
tables, line graphs,
stem-and-leaf plots)
and explain why the
type of display is
appropriate for the
data. DOK - 2

Ma-7-DAP-S-DR6 Students       MA-07-4.1.5 Students      I can determine why
will make decisions about       will make decisions           a graph is
affect interpretations and    representations affect
conclusions about data (e.g.      interpretations and
changing the scale on the     conclusions about data
graph)                (e.g., changing the
scale on a graph).
Probability    MA-7-DAP-S-CD1 Students MA-07-4.4.1 Students         I can find sample  probability, simple
(Chapter 9)    2 will make predictions, draw      will apply counting  space using tree   events,theoretical
weeks       conclusions, and verify results     techniques to       diagrams. I can  and experimental
How do games       from statistical data and    determine the size of     calculate to  probability, sample
demonstrate the probability experiments. MA-7- a sample space for a determine outcomes space, Fundamental       KCCT7 Ch4L30
use of        DAP-S-ES2 Students will            real-world or        using FCP.    Counting Principle,    nlvm.usu.edu
probability?  explore how sample effects the       mathematical                          tree diagrams,
reliablity of the outcome.     situation. DOK - 2                     independent event,
randomness

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*MA-7-DAP-S-P7 Students will *MA-07-4.4.2 Students         *I can calculate
apply counting techniques to         will determine         theoretical
determine the size of the           theoretical     probability of simple
sample space. MA-7-DAP-S-           probabilities of     events. I can
P2 Students will determine         simple events;           calculate
appropriate techniques to use          determine            experimental
when investigating possible     probabilities based probability of simple
outcomes of probability       on the results of an     events. I can          Ladders to Success
problems (using counting      experiment; and make       recognize an          Level G Lesson 10
techniques, tree diagrams,        inferences from    independent event. I       KCCT7 Ch4L31-33
area models, and exhaustive        probability data.     can choose an
lists, charts, and tables.) MA-7-          DOK - 3            appropriate
DAP-S-P6 Students will
technique to find
explore concepts of
sample space.
randomness and independent
events.

MA-7-DAP-S-P3 Students will MA-07-4.4.3 Students          I can differentiate
investigate and explain the role       will tabulate            between
of probability in decision    experimental results     experimental and
making. MA-7-DAP-S-P4          from simulations and         theoretical
Students will design and     explain how theoretical      probabilities.
conduct probability          and experimental
experiments. MA-7-DAP-S-P5           probabilities are
Students will determine             related.
theoretical probabilities
(expressed as a ratio, decimal
or percent), compare to
experimental results and
explain reasons why there
might be differences.

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Geometry      MA-7-NPO-S-NS3 Students MA-07-1.1.1 Students               I can differentiate       area, formula,
(Chapter      will develop number sense for will provide examples between a rational and             perimeter,
6/10/11)        4    pi as one example of an    of and identify integers,    irrational number.    circumference, Pi,
weeks        How         irrational number.       fractions, decimals,     I can compare and        radius, diameter,
does geometry                                      percents, and pi.      order rational and        vertex, degrees,
help in design                                  DOK -1 MA-07-1.1.2       irrational numbers.          perpendicular,
and                                        Students will convert                             parallel, polygons,
construction?                                 among whole numbers,                                   congruent and
fractions, decimals,                                 similar figures,
percents, and pi, and                               congurent parts,
will compare these                               regular polygons,
numbers. DOK - 3                                 irregular polygons,
MA-07-1.1.3 Students                                    equiangular,
whole numbers,                               vertices, centimeter,
fractions, decimals,                               inch, 2-D figures
percents and pi and will                              (circle, square,
order these numbers.                            rectangle, rhombus,
DOK - 2                                       parallelogram,
trapezoid) (triangles:
acute, right, obtuse,
scalene, isosceles,
equilateral) vertical
corresponding
angles,
interior/exterior
angles, faces,
edges, vertices, 3-D
shapes (sphere,
cone, cylinder,
prism, pyramid)
translate, reflect,
rotate

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*MA-7-M-S-MPA5 Students                *MA-07-2.1.1          *I can measure
will determine the length of Students will measure           lengths to the
sides (to the nearest eighth of       lengths (to the      nearest eighth of an
an inch or nearest centimeter) nearest eighth of an                    inch.
area and perimeter of         inch or the nearest    I can measure length
triangles, quadrilaterails,    centimeter) and will         to the nearest
(rectangles, sqaures,      determine and use in             centimeter.
trapezoids) and other            real-world and            I can find the
polygons. (Using the             mathematical              perimeter of
Pythagorean Theorem will not problems: *area and           polygons.             I
be required as a strategy.) MA- perimeter of triangles;
can find the area of
7-AT-S-EI2 Students will solve
*area and perimeter of             triangles.
problems involving formulas.
quadrilaterals     I can find the area of
(rectangles, squares,       a rectangles and
trapezoids) (using the              squares.
Pythagorean Theorem       I can find the area of    KCCT7 Ch2L12-16
will not be required as           trapezoids.
a strategy); *area and    I can find the area of
circumference of                 circles.
circles and; *area          I can find the
and perimeter of        circumference of
compound figures                  circles.
composed of        I can find the area of
triangles,             a compound/
circles DOK - 2

*MA-7-M-S-MPA2 Students *MA-07-2.1.2 Students             *I can estimate the
will estimate and find angle       will estimate         angle measures of
measure and segment            measurements of           polygons. I can
measures. *MA-7-M-S-MPA3        regular and irregular      estimate segment
Students will estimate and find polygons and circles in measures of polygons.
circle measurements in          standard units.       I can estimate circle
and relationships among them.                            /circumference/ area

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*MA-7-M-S-MPA6 Students *MA-07-2.1.3 Students *I can relate area and
will explain how measurements        will explain how      perimeter of a
and measurement formulas          measurements and          polygon.
are related or different (e.g. measurement formula
perimeter and area of      are related or different.
rectangles.

MA-7-M-S-MPA1 Students will MA-07-2.1.4 Students I can use a protractor
read and use measurement      will find the measures   or angle ruler to
tools. (e.g. Rulers, scales, of angles by estimation     determine the
protractors, and angle rulers)      and determine     measure of an angle.
measurement with a      I can estimate the
protractor or angle  measure of an angle.
ruler.

*MA-7-AT-S-VEO1 Students *MA-07-3.1.1 Students *I can identify basic
will simplify numeric and      will describe, provide   geometric elements
algebraic expressions MA-7-G-         examples of and         such as points,
S-SR1 Students will describe, identify (using correct         segments, rays,
provide examples of and          notation, label and   lines, angles, planes.
identify (using correct notation,     name) the basic          I can identify
label and name) the basic        geometric elements       adjacent, vertical,
geometric elements (e.g.      (e.g., points, segments,    corresponding,
points, segments, rays, lines, rays, lines, angles and interior, and exterior      Homeschool.com
angles, and planes) including      planes) in real-world                           askdrmath.com
angles.
both real-world and           and mathematical
mathematica situations. MA-7-             problems.
G-S-SR2 Students will identify
characteristics of angles (e.g.
corresponding,
interior/exterior)

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*MA-7-G-S-SR3 Students will                *MA-07-3.1.2       *I can identify special
identify properties for           Students will          triangles by sides
classifying, describe provide     describe, and provide        and angles. I can
examples of and identlfy            examples and              identify the two
elements (e.g. sides, vertices,         properties (e.g.,      dimensional figures.
angles, congruent parts) of 2-D         sides, vertices,          I can identify all
figures (circles, trianges,       angles, congruent       quadrilaterals based
[acute, right, obtuse, scalene,         parts) of two-        on their properties.
isosceles, equilateral]        dimensional figures
rectangel, rhombus,
[acute, right, obtuse,
parallelogram, trapezoid]
scalene, isosceles,
regular and irregular polygon);
equilateral],
apply properties of these
figures to solve real-world
[square, rectangle,
problems. MA-7-M-S-MPA4
Students will develop and use              rhombus,
formulas for area of a triangle,         parallelogram,
a parallelogram, and a          tapezoid], regular
trapezoid and relate each         polygons}, and will
formula for the area of a             apply these
rectangle. MA-7-M-S-MPA7           properties and figures
Students will investigate and       to solve real-world
demonstrate fixed area with          problems. DOK -2
changing perimeter and fixed
perimeter with changing area.

Ma-7-G-S-SR5 Students will         MA-07-3.1.3 Students I can identify the parts
represent 3-dimensional           will describe, provide      of common three
objects with special attention to      examples of and       dimensional figures. I
developing spatial sense (e.g.     identify elements (e.g.,   can draw common
top view, side view, 3-D        vertices, angles, faces,    three dimensional
objects drawn on isometric dot         edges, congruent       figures on isometric
paper) MA-7-G-S-SR4             parts) of common three-          dot paper.
Students will describe, provide       dimensional figures
examples of and identify            (spheres, cones,
elements (e.g. vertices, angles,     cylinders, prisms and
faces, edges, congruent parts)             pyramids).
of common 3-D figures
(spheres, cones, cylinders,
prisms, and pyramids.)

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MA-7-G-S-SR6 Students will          MA-07-3.1.4 Students I can apply congruent
describe and provide examples          will describe and    and similar figures to
of congruent and similar         provide examples of      solve real world
figures and apply congruent        congruent and similar        problems.
and similar figure to solve real-   figures, and will apply                            Ladders to Success
world problems.             congruent and similar                               Level G Lesson 6
figures to solve real-                            KCCT7 Ch3L17,19
world problems. DOK
-2

MA-07-3.2.2 Students I can translate figures
will translate (slide)    in a coordinate
and reflect (flip) figures plane.          I can
in a coordinate plane.                             KCCT7 Ch3L21
reflect figures in a
coordinate plane.

Ma-7-G-S-TS1 Students will MA-07-3.2.3 Students                I can identify
move shapes within a plane        will identify rotations rotations of figures
and/or in the coordinate plane          (clockwise or      about the origin in
(translate, rotate about the     counterclockwise) of the plane. I can rotate
origin or vertex, reflect over a figures about the origin   figures in a plane.
horizontal or vertical line.     in the plane (90 o ,
180 o , 270 o ).
UPDATED Feb 2009