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# Grade and Class: _7th Grade Math School Year: 2019 - 2020 ___ CURRICULUM MAP

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## Growth Mindset 1. Math is about learning How does mindset affect

not performing. learning mathematics?
8-16 I can learn, even 2. Math is about making
thru 8- when it’s hard! sense.
23 3. Math is filled with
conjectures, creativity,
and uncertainty.
4. Mistakes are a beautiful
thing.

## 1. Equivalent rational 1. How do we Commutative Prop. of Add

Rational Numbers numbers can be mathematically 7N1.1 Chapter 1: Integers Commutative Prop. of Pretest
represented in multiple represent rational 7N1.2 1.1 Integers and Absolute Multiply Quiz
I can recognize ways. numbers? 7N1.3 Value Associative Prop. of Add Test
8-26 rational numbers 2. Multiplication and 2. How do 7N2.1 1.2 Multiplying Integers Associative Prop. of Project
thru 9- and I know how to division of integers can multiplication and 7N2.2 1.3 Dividing Integers Multiply
27 use them. be estimated and division apply to 7N2.3 Chapter 2: Rational Numbers Addition Prop. of Zero
illustrated. rational numbers? 7N2.4 2.1 Rational Numbers and Multiply Prop. of Zero
3. Rational numbers are 3. When is it 7N2.5 Absolute Value Multiply Prop. of One
found in the real-world. appropriate to use 7N2.6 2.2 Adding Rational Numbers
estimation and/or 2.3 Subtracting Rational Denominator
approximation? Numbers Least Common Multiple
4. How important are 2.4 Multiplying and Dividing Common Denominator
estimations in real Rational Numbers Least Common
life situations? Denominator
5. How do I make a Reciprocal
reasonable Divisor
estimate?
6. Where are rational
numbers found in
real life?
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are essential vocabulary for the instruction? through this topic? from book or from other resources. performances/ will
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1. Rational numbers are 1. How does absolute
Expressions, used to represent and value relate to 7A3.1 Chapter 3: Expressions, Evaluate Pretest
Equations, & solve algebraic distance? 7A3.2 Equations and Inequalities Expression Quiz
Inequalities expressions. 2. How can situations 7A3.3 3.1 Algebraic Expressions Substitute Test
9-30 2. Equations are used to be represented 7N4.1 3.2 Adding and Subtracting Order of Operations
thru I can use rational represent and solve algebraically? 7N4.2 Linear Expressions
10-25 numbers in mathematical and real- 3. How can an 3.3 Solving Equations Using
expressions, world problems. equivalent Addition or Subtraction
equations and 3. Inequalities are used to expression be 3.4 Solving Equations Using
inequalities. represent and solve expressed? Multiplication or Division
mathematical and real- 4. How do the 3.5 Solving Two-Step
world problems. number properties Equations
apply to 3.6 Writing and Graphing
expressions, Inequalities
equations, and 3.7 Solving Inequalities Using
5. Does the order in
which operations
are worked in
expressions,
equations and
inequalities impact
6. How does the use
of technology,
such as
calculators, impact

## 1. A proportional 1. When do I use

Ratios & relationship is when two proportional 7A1.1 Chapter 4: Ratios and Greatest Common Factor Pretest
10-28 Proportional quantities vary directly. comparisons? 7A1.2 Proportions Equivalent Fractions Quiz
thru Relationships 2. Proportionality is used in 2. Why do I use 7A2.1 4.1 Ratios and Rates Equation Test
11-22 the real world. proportional 7A2.3 4.2 Proportions Inverse Operations Project
I understand 3. Proportional relationships comparisons? 7N2.4 4.2 Ext: Graphing Proportional Properties of Equality
proportional can be represented in a 3. How does Relationships
Dates Unit/Content Big Ideas Essential Questions Standards Chapter and Lessons Vocabulary Assessment
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relationships. variety of ways. Different comparing 4.3 Writing Proportions
representations are quantities describe 4.4 Solving Proportions
useful in different the relationship 4.5 Slope
situations. between them? 4.6 Direct Variation
4. How do I 4.7 Inverse Variation
determine which
way best
represents a
proportional
relationship?
5. How do I know
when to use which
representation?

## 1. Proportional relationships 1. In what situations

Proportionality have real world are proportions 7A2.2 Chapter 5: Percent Percent Pretest
applications. most useful? 7A2.3 5.1 The Percent Proportion Numerator Quiz
I can apply 2. How can you use 7A2.4 5.2 The Percent Equation Denominator Test
proportionality to percentages to 7D1.2 5.3 Percent of Increase and Equivalent Fractions
12-2 real life situations. solve a problem? 7GM3.1 Decrease
thru 7GM3.2 5.4 Discounts and Markups
12-20 7GM4.1 5.5 Simple Interest
7GM4.2
7GM4.3
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are essential vocabulary for the instruction? through this topic? from book or from other resources. performances/ will
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1. Proportionality can be 1. How can
Transformations applied to attributes of measurements and 7A2.2 Chapter 6: Transformations Reflection Pretest
geometric figures. information about 7GM4.1 6.1 Translations Coordinate Plane Quiz
I can scale objects similar figures be 7GM4.2 6.2 Reflections Ordered Pair Test
on a coordinate used to solve 7GM4.3 6.3 Scale Drawings x-Axis Project
1-6 plane. problems? 6.4 Similar Figures y-Axis
thru 1- 6.5 Perimeters and Areas of x-Coordinate
24 Similar Figures y-Coordinate
6.6 Dilations Oppoiste
Polygon
Triangle
Vertices

## 1. Three-dimensional 1. Why are geometric

Two Dimension & figures have surface area figures relevant 7GM1.1 Chapter 7: Geometry Evaluate Pretest
Three Dimension and volume. and important? 7GM1.2 7.1 Area of Trapezoids Simplify Quiz
2. Two-dimensional shapes 2. How can you use 7GM2.1 7.2 Circles and Circumference Exponent Test
I can measure two have area and different 7GM2.2 7.3 Perimeters of Composite
and three perimeter. measurements to 7GM4.3 Figures
1-27 dimensional 3. There is a proportional solve real-life 7.4 Areas of Circles
thru 2- shapes. relationship between problems? 7.5 Areas of Composite
28 diameter and the 3. How are two and Figures
circumference which is three-dimensional 7.6 Volumes of Rectangular
applied to the figures related to Prisms
circumference and area each other? 7.6 Ext. Surface Areas of
of a circle. 4. How are rational Rectangular Prisms
numbers used in
two and three-
dimensional
shapes?

## 1. Data can be displayed,

Probability analyzed and applied in a 1. How do you Chapter 8: Probability and Fraction Pretest
variety of ways. predict future 7D1.1 Statitics Simplest Form Quiz
I can relate 2. Proportional reasoning probability based 7D1.2 8.1 Mean, Median, Mode and Ratio Test
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are essential vocabulary for the instruction? through this topic? from book or from other resources. performances/ will
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3-2 probability to can be used to on data? 7D2.1 Range Project
thru 4- rational numbers determine probability. 2. How can we 7D2.2 8.2 Circle Graphs
10 and 3. Probability can be gather, organize 7D2.3 8.3 Histograms
proportionality. expressed as a rational and display data to 7N1.3 8.4 Theoretical Probability
number. communicate and
justify results in
the real world?
3. What is the best
way to display
data for given real
world situation?
4. How is
proportionality
used in
probability?