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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

Pacing

Content

Student

Essential Question

CCLS

Mathematical

 

Vocabulary

Periods

Page(s)

Practice

           

rational number

integer

¼

Vocabulary Preview

2

repeating decimal

additive inverse

terminating decimal

½

Are You Ready?

4

       
           

difference

integers

negative number

opposites

positive number

¼

Reading Start-Up

5

sum

whole number

absolute value

additive inverse

expression

model

       

7.NS.1

   

3

1.1

Adding Integers with the Same Sign

7-12

How do you add integers with the same sign?

7.NS.1b

7.NS.1d

Practice 5

 

1.2

 

How do you add integers different signs?

7.NS.1

   

3

13-18

Practice 5

additive inverse

Adding Integers with Different Sign

7.NS.1b

 
 

1.3

   

7.NS.1c

   

3

Subtracting Integers

19-24

How do you subtract integers?

7.NS.1

Practice 2

 

1.4

 

How do you solve multistep problems involving addition and subtraction of integers?

     

2

Applying Addition and Subtraction of Integers

25-30

7.NS.3

Practice 1

½

Ready to Go On?

31

       

½

Module 1 Assessment Readiness

32

       

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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

       

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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

         

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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

       

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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

         

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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

       

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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

         

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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

     

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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

         

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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

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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

       

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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

         

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April 1-April 21

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

focus topics NYS Mathematics Assessment is April 22-24 Percent of Test Points Ratios and Proportional Relationships

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%

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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

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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

       

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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