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Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 1: The Number System

Module 1: Adding and Subtracting Integers

Pacing: 13 Periods

Date: Sept 29-Oct 10

Module Essential Question: How can you use addition and subtraction to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 1: The Number System

Module 2: Multiplying and Dividing Integers

Pacing: 8 Periods

Date: Oct 14-20

Module Essential Question: How can you use multiplication and division of integers to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 34 • divide • dividend • divisor • integers • multiply ½ Reading Start-Up 35 • negative number • operation • opposites • positive number • product • quotient 2.1 7.NS.2 3 Multiplying Integers 37-42 How do you multiply integers? 7.NS.2a Practice 2 7.NS.2 2 2.2 Dividing Integers 43-48 How do you divide integers? 7.NS.2b 7.NS.3 Practice 7 2.3 How can you use integer operations to solve real-world problems? 2 Applying Integer Operations 49-54 7.NS.3 Practice 4 ½ Ready to Go On? 55 ½ Module 2 Assessment Readiness 56

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 1: The Number System

Module 3: Rational Numbers

Pacing: 19 Periods

Date: Oct 21-Nov 12

Module Essential Question: How can you rational numbers to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 58 • integers • negative numbers • pattern • positive numbers • whole numbers ½ Reading Start-Up 59 • additive inverse • opposite • rational number • repeating decimal • terminating decimal 3.1 How do you convert a rational number to a decimal? 7.NS.2d 2 Rational Numbers and Decimals 61-66 7.NS.2b Practice 3 • rational number 3 3.2 67-74 How do you add rational numbers? 7.NS.1d Practice 2 • opposite Adding Rational Numbers 7.NS.1a • additive inverse 3.3 3 Subtracting Rational Numbers 75-82 How do you subtract rational numbers? 7.NS.1c Practice 2 3.4 2 Multiplying Rational Numbers 83-88 How do you multiply rational numbers? 7.NS.2 Practice 2 7.NS.2 3 3.5 Dividing Rational Numbers 89-94 How do you divide rational numbers? 7.NS.2b 7.NS.2c Practice 4 3.6 How do you use different forms of rational numbers and strategically choose tools to solve problems? 2 Applying Rational Number Operations 95-100 7.EE3 Practice 1 ½ Ready to Go On? 101 ½ Module 3 Assessment Readiness 102 1 Unit 1 Performance Task 107-108 1 Unit 1 Assessment Readiness 109-110 1 Unit 1 Assessment

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 2: Ratios and Proportional Relationships

Module 4: Rates and Proportionality

Pacing: 10 Periods

Date: Nov 13-26

Module Essential Question: How can you rates and proportionality to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • proportional relationship • percent decrease ¼ Vocabulary Preview 112 • simple interest • constant of proportionality • rate of change ½ Are You Ready? 114 • constant • conversion factor • equivalent rations • percent • rate • ratio ¼ Reading Start-Up 115 • complex fractions • constant of proportionality • proportion • proportional relationship • rate of change • unit rate 4.1 • unit rates 3 Unit Rates 117-122 How do you find and use unit rates? 7.RP.1 Practice 4 • complex fraction • rate of change 2 4.2 Constant Rates of Change 123-128 How can you identify and represent proportional relationships? 7.RP.2 7.RP.2a 7.RP.2b Practice 2 • proportional relationship • proportion • constant of proportionality 3 4.3 129-134 How can you use graphs to represent and analyze proportional relationships? 7.RP.2a Practice 4 Proportional Relationships and Graphs 7.RP.2b ½ Ready to Go On? 135 ½ Module 4 Assessment Readiness 136

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 2: Ratios and Proportional Relationships

Module 5: Proportions and Percent

Pacing: 12 Periods

Date: Dec 1-10

Module Essential Question: How can you use proportions and percent to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 138 • proportion • percent • rate • ratio ½ Reading Start-Up 139 • unit rate • percent decrease • percent increase • principal • simple interest 2 5.1 141-146 How do you use percents to describe change? 7.RP.3 Practice 2 • percent increase Percent Increase and Decrease • percent decrease 5.2 How can you rewrite expressions to help you solve markup and markdown problems? 7.EE.2 2 Rewriting Percent Expressions 147-152 7.RP.3 Practice 5 • 3 5.3 153-158 How do you use percents to solve problems? 7.RP.3 Practice 4 • simple interest Applications of Percent 7.EE.3 • principal ½ Ready to Go On? 159 ½ Module 5 Assessment Readiness 160 1 Unit 2 Performance Task 163-164 1 Unit 2 Assessment Readiness 165-166 1 Unit 2 Assessment

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 3: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities

Module 6: Expressions and Equations

Pacing: 12 Periods

Date: Dec 11-23

Module Essential Question: How can you use equations with the variable on both sides to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • algebraic expression • two-step equation ¼ Vocabulary Preview 168 • negative variable • positive variable • inequality ½ Are You Ready? 170 • algebraic expression • distributive property • equation ¼ Reading Start-Up 171 • factor • operation • solution • variable 6.1 How do you add, subtract, factor, and multiply algebraic expressions? 3 Algebraic Expressions 173-178 7.EE.1 Practice 4 • factor 6.2 How do you use one-step equations with rational coefficients to solve problems? 2 One-Step Equations with 179-184 7.EE.4 Practice 7 Rational Coefficients 6.3 How do you write a two-step equation? 3 Writing Two-Step Equations 185-190 7.EE.4 Practice 1 6.4 7.EE.4a 2 Solving Two-Step Equations 191-196 How do you solve a two-step equation? 7.EE.4 Practice 4 ½ Ready to Go On? 197 ½ Module 6 Assessment Readiness 198

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 3: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities

Module 7: Inequalities

Pacing: 12 Periods

Date: Jan 5-15

Module Essential Question: How can you use systems of equations to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 200 • algebraic expression • coefficient • constant • equation • greater than ½ Reading Start-Up 201 • inequality • integers • less than • operations • solution • variable 7.1 3 Writing and Solving One-Step 203-210 How do you write and solve one-step inequalities? 7.EE.4b Practice 1 Inequalities 7.2 How do you write a two-step inequality? 2 Writing Two-Step Inequalities 211-216 7.EE.4 Practice 2 7.3 How do you solve a two-step inequality? 2 Solving Two-Step Inequalities 217-222 7.EE4b Practice 5 ½ Ready to Go On? 223 ½ Module 7 Assessment Readiness 224 1 Unit 3 Performance Task 228 1 Unit 3 Assessment Readiness 229-230 1 Unit 3 Assessment

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 4: Geometry

Module 8: Modeling Geometric Figures

Pacing: 4 Periods

Date: Jan 16-21

Module Essential Question: How can you use proportions to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice Vocabulary Preview Post-Assessment Standard ½ Are You Ready? 234 Reading Start-Up 8.1 3 Similar Shapes and Scale Drawings 237-242 How can you use scale drawings to solve problems? 7.G.1 Practice 4 • scale drawing • scale 8.2 Post-Assessment Standard 8.3 Post-Assessment Standard 8.4 Post-Assessment Standard ½ Ready to Go On? (Question 1 only) 259 Module 8 Assessment Readiness Post-Assessment Standard

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

 Unit 4: Geometry Module 9: Circumference, Area, and Volume Pacing: 9 Periods Date: Jan 22-28 Module Essential Question: How can you apply geometry concepts to solve real-world problems? Module Planning Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 262 • area • perimeter ½ Reading Start-Up 263 • circumference • diameter • radius • radius 2 9.1 Circumference 265-270 How do you find and use the circumference of a circle? 7.G.4 Practice 7 • diameter • circumference 9.2 3 Area of Circles 271-276 How do you find the area of a circle? 7.G.4 Practice 4 9.3 Post-Assessment Standard 9.5 Post-Assessment Standard 9.5 Post-Assessment Standard ½ Ready to Go On? (Questions 1 & 2 only) 295 Module 9 ½ Assessment Readiness (omit Questions 3, 5, & 8) 296 Unit 4 Performance Task Post-Assessment Standard Unit 4 Assessment Readiness (Omit Questions 1, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15) 1 Unit 4 Assessment

Adapted from Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt’s Go Math by B. Jablow

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 5: Statistics

Module 10: Random Samples and Populations

Pacing: 11 Periods

Date: Jan 29- Feb 6

Module Essential Question: How can you use random samples and populations to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • random sample • population ¼ Vocabulary Preview 306 • sample • box plot • dot plot • random integer ½ Are You Ready? 308 • box plot • data • dot plot • interquartile range • lower quartile • median ¼ Reading Start-Up 309 • spread • survey • upper quartile • biased sample • population • random sample • sample • population 3 10.1 311-316 How can you use a sample to gain information about a population? 7.SP.1 Practice 6 • sample Populations and Samples • random sample • biased sample 10.2 7.SP.2 3 Making Inferences from a 317-322 How can you use a sample to gain information about a population? 7.RP.2c Practice 4 Random Sample 7.SP.1 10.3 How can you generate and use random samples to represent a population? 3 Generating Random Samples 323-328 7.SP.2 Practice 5 ½ Ready to Go On? 329 ½ Module 10 Assessment Readiness 330

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 5: Statistics

Module 11: Analyzing and Comparing Data

Pacing: 14 Periods

Date: Feb 9-27

Module Essential Question: How can you solve real-world problems by analyzing and comparing data?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 332 • data • interquartile range • mean • measure of center • median ½ Reading Start-Up 333 • survey • box plot • dot plot • mean absolute deviation (MAD) 11.1 3 Comparing Data Displayed in Dot Plots 335-340 How do you compare two sets of data displayed in dot plots? 7.SP.4 Practice 7 11.2 3 Comparing Data Displayed in Box Plots 341-346 How do you compare two sets of data displayed in box plots? 7.SP.3 Practice 2 11.3 3 Using Statistical Measures to Compare Populations 347-352 How can you use statistical measures to compare populations? 7.SP.3 7.SP.4 Practice 6 ½ Ready to Go On? 353 ½ Module 11 Assessment Readiness 354 1 Unit 5 Performance Task 358 1 Unit 4 Assessment Readiness 359-360 1 Unit 4 Assessment

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 6:: Probability

Module 12: Experimental Probability

Pacing: 13 Periods

Date: Mar 2-13

Module Essential Question: How can you use experimental probability to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • experiment • complement • trial ¼ Vocabulary Preview 362 • simulation • probability • simple event • sample space ½ Are You Ready? 364 • data • observation • percent • ratio • complement • compound event • event ¼ Reading Start-Up 365 • experiment • experimental probability • outcome • probability • simple event • simulation • trial • experiment • trial 12.1 7.SP.5 • outcome 3 Probability 367-374 How can you describe the likelihood of an event? Practice 6 • event 7.SP.7a • probability • sample space • complement 3 12.2 Experimental Probability of 375-380 How do you find the experimental probability of a simple event? 7.SP.6 7.SP.7b Practice 4 • experimental probability • simple event Simple Events • simulation

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

 7.SP.8 3 12.3 Experimental Probability of 381-386 How do you find the experimental probability of a compound event? 7.SP.8a Practice 2 • compound event Compound Events 7.SP.8b 7.SP.8c 12.4 2 Making Predictions with Experimental Probability 387-392 How do you make predictions using experimental probability? 7.SP.6 Practice 4 ½ Ready to Go On? 393 ½ Module 12 Assessment Readiness 394

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 6: Probability

Module 13: Theoretical Probability and Simulations

Pacing: 15 Periods

Date: Mar 16-31

Module Essential Question: How can you use two-way frequency tables to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice ½ Are You Ready? 396 • complement • compound event • event ½ Reading Start-Up 397 • experiment • outcome • simple event • probability • theoretical probability 13.1 3 Theoretical Probability of Simple Events 399-404 How do you find the theoretical probability of a simple event? 7.SP.7a 7.SP.6 Practice 7 • theoretical probability 13.2 7.SP.8 3 Theoretical Probability of Compound Events 405-410 How do you find the theoretical probability of a compound event? 7.SP.8a Practice 2 7.SP.8b 13.3 2 Making Predictions with Theoretical Probability 411-416 How do you make predictions using theoretical probability? 7.SP.6 7.SP.7a Practice 4 13.4 3 Using Technology to Conduct a Simulation 417-422 How do you use technology simulations to estimate probabilities? 7.SP.8c 7.SP.8 Practice 5 ½ Ready to Go On? 423 ½ Module 13 Assessment Readiness 424 1 Unit 6 Performance Task 428 1 Unit 6 Assessment Readiness 429-430 1 Unit 6 Assessment

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

April 1-April 21

Review Major, Additional and Supporting focus topics NYS Mathematics Assessment is April 22-24 Percent of Test Points

 Ratios and Proportional Relationships 20-30% The Number System 15-25% Expressions and Equations 30-40% Geometry 5-15% Statistics and Probability 10-20%

Cluster Emphasis of Assessment

 Major Clusters 70-80% Supporting Clusters 10-20% Additional Clusters 5-10%

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 4: Geometry

Module 8: Modeling Geometric Figures

Pacing: 11 Periods

Date: April 27- May 15

Module Essential Question: How can you use proportions to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • congruent angles • complementary angles ½ Vocabulary Preview 232 • circumference • lateral area • composite figures • angle • degree • dimension • length • proportion • polygon • ratio • width ½ Reading Start-Up 235 • adjacent angles • complementary angles • congruent angles • cross section • intersection • scale • scale drawing • supplementary angles • vertical angles 8.1 X Similar Shapes and Scale Drawings Already Completed 8.2 How can you draw shapes that satisfy given conditions? 7.G.2 3 Geometric Drawings 243-246 Practice 5 8.3 How can you identify cross sections of three- dimensional figures? • intersection 2 Cross Sections 247-250 7.G.3 Practice 4 • cross section

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

 • congruent angles How can you use angle relationships to solve problems? • vertical angles 3 8.4 Angle Relationships 251-258 7.G.5 Practice 2 • adjacent angles • complementary angles • supplementary angles 1 Ready to Go On? (Questions 2-8) 259 1 Module 8 Assessment Readiness 260

Elizabeth Blackwell, MS 210Q- Go Math 7th Grade Curriculum 2014-2015

Unit 4: Geometry

Module 9: Circumference, Area, and Volume

Pacing: 12 Periods

Date: May 18- June 12

Module Essential Question: How can you apply geometry concepts to solve real-world problems?

Module Planning

 Pacing Content Student Essential Question CCLS Mathematical Vocabulary Periods Page(s) Practice • area • parallelogram • prism • rectangle 263 • square X Reading Start-Up Review • trapezoid New • triangle Terms • volume • circumference • composite figure • diameter • radius X 9.1 Already Circumference Completed X 9.2 Already Area of Circles Completed 9.3 2 Area of Composite Figures 277-282 How do you find the area of composite figures? 7.G.6 Practice 5 9.4 How can you find the surface area of a figure made up of cubes and prisms? 3 Solving Surface Area Problems 283-288 7.G.6 Practice 4 9.5 How do you find the volume of a figure made of cubes and prisms? 2 Solving Volume Problems 289-294 7.G.6 Practice 7 1 Ready to Go On? (Questions 3-7) 295 Module 9 1 Assessment Readiness (Questions 3, 5, & 8) 296 1 Unit 4 Performance Task 301-302 Unit 4 1 Assessment Readiness (Questions 1, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15) 303-304 1 Unit 4 Assessment