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Teacher: Mensing/Low The Name:

Class Period: Course Organizer


1 This Course: 7th Grade Math 3 Course Standards:

CONTENT:
Using direct proportional relationships in numbers,
is Major Grades (35%): Tests
geometry, measurement, and probability.
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Benchmarks

Course Questions: Daily Grades (65%): Warm-ups


Classwork
1) How do you recognize and use real numbers in their Quizzes
different forms (integers, decimals, percents, etc.)?
2) How can situations be identified and described
algebraically? Course Progress Graph
3) How do you identify the characteristics of proportional
and non-proportional relationships?
4) How are constant of proportionality and constant rate of
change related?
5) How do you identify the mathematical attributes of
shapes?
6) How is probability used in real life situations?
7) How do you determine the area of composite figures?
8) How are volume and surface alike and different?
9) How are different representations of data displayed?
Unit 2

Unit 3
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Unit 9
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Unit 11
Unit 10
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Benchmark
7th Grade Math

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C.H.A.M.P.S. Unit Organizers Projects


Imagine Learning Formative Assessments
FRAMEs Cooperative learning Written work
R.O.A.R. Materials Feedback sessions Tutoring
Model and Do Opening Thoughts Stations
Project Accountable talk Performance tasks
Self-Questioning Flexible Seating Independent Learning

Numbers and
4 Critical Concepts Essential
Operations Understandings
Problem Solving Order of Operations
Equations/Inequalities Proportionality
Integer Applications Probability
Percent Applications Measurement STAAR Review
1 variable Decimal Applications Geometry
Compare/Order Rational Numbers Constant Rate of Change
equations and
inequalities
Making
Connections
Proportional
reasoning with Units
rates & ratios Data
Representations

Graphs & 2
variable Similarity Probability Volume & Surface
equations Circles & area
Composite
Figures