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?
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?
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
Month Week Day

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

State Performance Indicators
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
Month Week Day

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

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions
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
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
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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3 of 5 (Week of 1/18) Monday is MLK Day

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

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
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
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)

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 *If time permits KIPPsters will be able to
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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