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Mathematics Grade 7

Dates I Can Statements

7. 3(A) Solve application problems involving percent, including percent increase, percent decrease, and percent of a number (tax, discount, tip, rebate, and commission). 7.3 (B) Estimate and find proportional relationships from data in a table, use of customary and metric units, unit conversions, word problems, scale (Ex. 1 inch = 2 miles), and best buy from a unit price. 7.2 (A) Use mixed umbers, proper and improper fractions, like and unlike denominators, and decimals with models and select or choose correct expressions.

1st Nine Weeks At a Glance (8/22 - 10/21)

Topic

Proportional Relationships

Instructional Resources

Mc Dougal Littell-Course 2 Region IV ESC TAKS Mathematics Preparation Booklet: Grade 7 Region IV Accelerated Curriculum for Mathematics Grade 7 Region IV Closing the Distance: Grade 7 Region IV Engaging Mathematics: TEKS Based Activities Grade 7 Connected Mathematics Project (CMP)- Comparing and Scaling TEKSing Toward TAKS-Grade 7 TEXTEAMS Rethinking Middle School Mathematics: Proportionality Across the TEKS TEXTEAMS Rethinking Middle School Mathematics: Numerical Reasoning Across the TEKS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·

Vocabulary

Percent of change Percent of a number Proportions Unit Cost Constant rate of change Scale factor Similarity Scale Reciprocal Product Quotient Dividend Divisor Proportional Unit rate Ratio

Notes/Evidence

7.3 (B) This TEKS is repeated in the next unit on similarity. 7.2 (A) Use multiple representations as they apply to solving proportions in this focal point.

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7.2 (D) Estimate and find solutions to proportion problems using experiences with scale factor, models, unit rates, real world situations, real life conversions (ex. Dozen), customary and metric conversions as needed and use appropriate labels.

7. 6(D) Define similar polygons as having proportional corresponding sides and having congruent corresponding angles. Use proportions to find missing sides and show that figures are similar, and identify similar figures.

Similarity

Mc Dougal Littell-Course 2 Region IV ESC TAKS Mathematics Preparation Booklet: Grade 7 Region IV Accelerated Curriculum for Mathematics Grade 7 Region IV Closing the Distance: Grade 7 Region IV Engaging Mathematics: TEKS Based Activities Grade 7 Connected Mathematics Project (CMP)- Stretching and Shrinking TEKSing Toward TAKS-Grade 7

7.3 (B) Estimate and find proportional relationships from data in a table, use of customary and metric units, unit conversions, word problems, scale (Ex. 1 inch = 2 miles), and best buy from a unit price.

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7.2 (A) Use mixed umbers, proper and improper fractions, like and unlike denominators, and decimals with models and select or choose correct expressions.

Attributes Properties Similar Congruent Proportional Corresponding sides Corresponding angles Regular Symmetric Scale factor Constant rate of change Reciprocal Product Quotient Dividend Divisor

7.3 (B) Focus on similarity. 7.2 (A) Use multiple representations as they apply to similarity in this focal point.

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7. 2(B) Use multiple forms of numbers in given situation involving operations with mixed numbers and proper and improper fractions with like and unlike denominators. Decimals with up to two-digit divisors, and three digit dividends, or two digits times three digits without technology.

Operations with Integers, Fractions and Decimals

Mc Dougal Littell-Course 2 Region IV ESC TAKS Mathematics Preparation Booklet: Grade 7 Region IV Accelerated Curriculum for Mathematics Grade 7 Region IV Closing the Distance: Grade 7 Region IV Engaging Mathematics: TEKS Based Activities Grade 7 Connected Mathematics Project (CMP)- Accentuate the Negative Connected Mathematics Project (CMP)- Bits and Pieces II TEKSing Toward TAKS-Grade 7

7.2 (F) Use the order of operations in real world applications and choose an expression/equation for a problem situation.

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7.2 (C) Use models such as vertical and horizontal number lines, two color counters, color tiles, positive and negative signs, and applications such as altitude, temperature, profits/loss, and deposits/withdrawals to add, subtract, multiply and divide and connect these actions to an algorithm.

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Sum Difference Total Change Product Dividend Divisor Quotient Factor Reciprocal Positive integer Negative integer Maximum Minimum Justify Reasonableness Compatible numbers Estimation Approximate range

7.2 (G) Use strategies such as estimation mathematical reasoning, and identifying answers in terms of range of data (ex. Between 3.5 and 5.4) including multistep problems.

TEXTEAMS Rethinking Middle School Mathematics: Numerical Reasoning Across the TEKS

Bell-to-bell instruction using the curriculum guide for planning

Lesson flow and timing (Pacing & scaffolding)

Problem Solving Process Implemented

Math Process (concrete-symbolicabstract)

Daily check for understanding (embedded assessment)

Vocabulary Instruction to include math wall

Use of Journals and Vocabulary

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2011-2012 7th Grade Math Year at a Glance

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Focal Point 1

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Unit 3 Operations with Integers, Fractions and Decimals (22 days) Unit 4 Comparing and Ordering Positive Rational Numbers and Integers (10 days) Unit 5 Order of Operations (8 days)

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Unit 9 Algebraic Expressions, Equations and Relationships (20 days) Unit 10 Probability (5 days) Unit 11 Measure and Representation of Data (13 days)

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