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# Unit 7.

5 - Geometry Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

Unit 7.5 - Geometry

Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world. What are the results of making a 2dimensional shape larger or smaller?

7.2.3 - Use rational numbers and roots of perfect squares/cubes to solve contextual problems 7.4.3 - Apply scale factor to solve problems involving area and volume

**What are the results of making a 3dimensional shape larger or smaller?
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7.2.3 - Use rational numbers and roots of perfect squares/cubes to solve contextual problems 7.4.3 - Apply scale factor to solve problems involving area and volume

**How can I determine if two triangles are similar, and what can I do with that information?
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7.4.1 - Solve contextual problems involving similar triangles 7.4.2 - Use SSS, SAS, and AA to determine if two triangles are similar

Unit 7.5 - Geometry Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

**Daily Learning Objectives
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Month Week Day

**KIPPsters will be able to
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Calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles and triangles

**State Performance Indicators
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7.2.3 - Use rational numbers and roots of perfect s uares/cubes to solve contextual problems

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence

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January 2011

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**Determine the length of a side of a s uare when given the s uare s area
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What are the results of making a 2dimensional shape larger or smaller? 7.4.3 - pply scale factor to solve problems involving area and volume

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Create a scale drawing when given 2-dimensional object with dimensions

Determine the scale factor when given two similar 2-dimensional shapes.

Unit 7.5 - Geometry Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

**Daily Learning Objectives
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Month Week Day

**KIPPsters will be able to
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Identify the effect on area when scale factor is applied to a 2-dimensional object.

State Performance Indicators

**Topical Essential Questions
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What are the results of making a 2dimensional shape larger or smaller?

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence

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Calculate the volume and surface area of rectangular prisms.

**7.2.3 - Use rational numbers and roots of perfect s uares/cubes to solve contextual problems
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2 of 5 (Week of 1/10)

January 2011

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Determine the length of a cube s edge when given the cube s volume.

**7.4.3 - pply scale factor to solve problems involving area and volume
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What are the results of making a 3-dimensional shape larger or smaller?

**Benchmark Focus 8 of 23 Interim ssessment II 9 of 23
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Unit 7.5 - Geometry Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

Month

**Daily Learning Objectives
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Week Day

**KIPPsters will be able to
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Determine the new dimensions of a 3-dimensional object when given the original dimensions and a scale factor.

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence

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January 2011

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Determine the scale factor when given two similar 3-dimensional objects.

**7.2.3 - Use rational numbers and roots of perfect s uares/cubes to solve contextual problems
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What are the results of making a 3dimensional shape larger or smaller?

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Identify the effect on volume when scale factor is applied to a 3-dimensional object.

**7.4.3 - pply scale factor to solve problems involving area and volume
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Benchmark Focus 13 of 23

Month

**Daily Learning Objectives
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Week Day

**KIPPsters will be able to
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Classify triangles by angles and side lengths

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence

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7.4.1 - Solve contextual problems involving similar triangles Identify and define similar and congruent triangles How can I determine if two triangles are similar, and what can I do with that information?

4 of 5 (Week of 1/24)

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January 2011

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Prove that two triangles are similar using the SSS similarity theorem

**7.4.2 - Use SSS, S S, and to determine if two triangles are similar
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Find the length of a side of a triangle using the SSS similarity theorem and proportions

Find the length of a side of a triangle using the SSS similarity theorem and proportions (contextual problems)

**Daily Learning Objectives *If time permits KIPPsters will be able to
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Prove that two triangles are similar using the S S similarity theorem

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Month

Week

January 2011

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Day

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence

7.4.1 - Solve contextual problems involving similar triangles Prove that two triangles are similar using the Similarity postulate

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How can I determine if two triangles are similar, and what can I do with that information?

5 of 5 (Week of 1/31)

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**Determine if two triangles are similar using S S, SSS, and
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February 2011

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Benchmark Focus

**7.4.2 - Use SSS, S S, and to determine if two triangles are similar
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ssessment

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