7th Grade Tentative Schedule - Expressions and Equations

Week 38 (5/31 - 6/3)
Monday (5/30)No SchoolMemorial Day Weekend
Tuesday (5/31)Activity 3.5We will use Algebra Tiles to model solving two-step equations.
Wednesday (6/1)Lesson 3.5We will solve equations by undoing the operations in reverse order of how the expression would have been evaluated.Practice B
Thursday (6/2)Chapter ReviewWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the equations and expressions chapter.STUDY
Friday (6/3)Chapter TestWe will show what we know about equations and expressions by completing a test.


Week 37 (5/23 - 5/27)
Monday (5/23)Lesson 3.3We will formalize the process of solving equations using the Addition and Subtraction Properties of Equality.Practice
Tuesday (5/24)Activity 3.4We will use Algebra tiles to model solving equations involving multiplication and division.
Wednesday (5/25)Lesson 3.4We will formalize the process of solving equations using the Multiplication and Division Properties of Equality.Practice
Thursday (5/26)Activity 3.5We will use Algebra tiles to model solving two step equations.
Friday (5/27)No SchoolMemorial Day Weekend


Week 36 (5/16 - 5/20)
Monday (5/16)Activity 3.2We will use algebra tiles to develop an understanding of how to add and subtract algebraic expressions.PPS 6, 7, 32-35
Tuesday (5/17)Lesson 3.2We will use a horizontal or vertical format to add and subtract linear expressions.Practice and Puzzle
Wednesday (5/18)3.2 ExtensionWe will factor linear expressions.Practice
Thursday (5/19)No ClassBrewers Game Field Trip
Friday (5/20)Activity 3.3We will take a quiz to show what we know about the first two lessons dealing with expressions and equations.


Week 35 (5/9 - 5/13)
Monday (5/9)Activity 3.1We will explore how to simplify algebraic expressions by evaluating two expressions for more than one value of the variable.PPS 12-14, 30-32
Tuesday (5/10)Lesson 3.1We will simplify expressions by combining like terms.Practice and Puzzle
Wednesday (5/11)Activity 3.2We will use algebra tiles to develop an understanding of how to add and subtract algebraic expressionsPPS 6, 7, 32-35
Thursday (5/12)Lesson 3.2We will use a horizontal or vertical format to add and subtract linear expressions.Practice and Puzzle
Friday (5/13)MAP TESTMAP Test


Week 34 (5/2 - 5/6)
Monday (5/2)Unit OpenerWe will make test corrections and complete unit opener activities for equations and inequalities.
Tuesday (5/3)Activity 7.1We will practice rewriting word problems using fewer words.PPS 4, 5, 23-27
Wednesday (5/4)Lesson 7.1We will translate words into mathematical equations.#1-3, 7-17 odd
Thursday (5/5)Activity 7.2We will gain intuitive understanding of how equations are solved using addition and subtraction.PPS 12-17, 57-61
Friday (5/6)Lesson 7.2We will solve equations using the Properties of Equality.1-5, 19-31 odd, 44-46


Week 33 (4/25 - 4/29)
Monday (4/25)Activity 8.4We will explore how to find the volume of a rectangular prism with fractional dimensions.PPS 4-6, 19-22
Tuesday (4/26)Lesson 8.4We will use the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism to solve problems.PPS 1-3, 7-14
Wednesday (4/27)Lesson 8.3-8.4 PracticeWe will complete a quiz with a partner to practice concepts learned in lessons 8.3 and 8.4.
Thursday (4/28)Chapter ReviewWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the surface area and volume unit to prepare for our test tomorrow.STUDY
Friday (4/29)Chapter TestWe will show what we know about surface area and volume by completing a test.


Week 32 (4/18 - 4/22)
Monday (4/18)Activity 8.2We will work with two-dimensional representations (nets) of prisms and find the area of each face.PPS 3-5, 18-21
Tuesday (4/19)Lesson 8.2We will use a net to find the surface area of a prism.PPS 1, 2, 6-16
Wednesday (4/20)QuizWe will learn how to use a graphic organizer as a study took and will take a mid-chapter quiz.
Thursday (4/21)Activity 8.3We will work with two-dimensional representations (nets) of pyramids and find the area of each face.PPS 3-5, 18-20
Friday (4/22)Lesson 8.3We will use a net to find the surface area of a pyramid.1, 2, 6-12 even, 13-16


Week 31 (4/11 - 4/15)
Monday (4/11)Pre-TestWe will show what we know about surface area and volume by completing a pre-test.
Tuesday (4/12)Activity 8.1We will explore sketching solids on isometric dot paper.PPS 7-9, 30-33
Wednesday (4/13)Lesson 8.1We will be introduced to the vocabulary of prisms and pyramids and will sketch several solids.8.1 W/S
Thursday (4/14)Activity 8.2We will work with two-dimensional representations (nets) of prisms and find the area of each face.PPS 3-5, 18-21
Friday (4/15)No ClassPositive Impact Day


Week 30 (4/4 - 4/8)
Monday (4/4)Extension 10.3We will use the shape of a distribution to choose the most appropriate measures to describe the center and the variation.Practice Questions 1-5
Tuesday (4/5)Activity 10.4We will gain a general understanding of how a box-and-whisker plot is constructed.PPS #4, 27-30
Wednesday (4/6)Lesson 10.4We will construct and analyze box-and-whisker plots.#1-3, 7-14, 17-23
Thursday (4/7)Chapter ReviewWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the Data Displays unit to prepare for our test tomorrow.STUDY
Friday (4/8)Chapter TestWe will show what we know about dot plots, histograms, and box-and-whisker plots by completing a test.


Week 29 (3/21 - 3/25)
Monday (3/21)Activity 10.3We will make dot plots and explore the shapes of distributions.Activities 1-4
#3-4
Tuesday (3/22)Lesson 10.3We will describe and compare shapes of distributions.Practice Activity
#1, 2, 5-14
Wednesday (3/23)10.1 - 10.3 ActivityWe will practice creating and using dot plots, histograms, and box plots to answer questions.Practice, Puzzle, Extension
Thursday (3/24)No ClassNo Class - Fun Thursday
Friday (3/25)No ClassNo School - Start of Spring Break



Week 28 (3/14 - 3/18)
Monday (3/14)Pi DayWe will complete Pi Day activities and celebrate by eating pie.
Tuesday (3/15)Activity 10.1We will display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots, histograms, and box plots.Pg. 438
#4, 5, 19-21
Wednesday (3/16)Lesson 10.1We will display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots, histograms, and box plots.Pg. 438
#1-3, 9-13, 15-18
Thursday (3/17)Activity 10.2We will explore how to use tables and graphs to organize data.Pg. 445
#4, 5, 19-23
Friday (3/18)Lesson 10.2We will construct and interpret a histogram.Pg. 445
#1-3, 7, 9-13



Week 27 (3/7 - 3/11)
Monday (3/7)End of UnitWe will review concepts learned throughout Stretching and Shrinking relating to similar figures and scale factors.STUDY
Tuesday (3/8)End of UnitWe will take a test to show what we know about similar figures and scale factors.
Wednesday (3/9)Start of New UnitWe will take a pre-test to show what we know about Data Distribution, and make test corrections.
Thursday (3/10)Problem 2.1We will read, analyze, and understand bar graphs used to display data distributions.Pg. 44
#1
Friday (3/11)Problem 2.2We will read, analyze, and understand bar graphs used to display data distributions.Pg. 44
#3


Week 26 (2/29 - 3/4)
Monday (2/29)Drawing ProjectWe will continue our drawing project.  This is due this Thursday (3/3).Work on your enlarged drawing.
Tuesday (3/1)Drawing ProjectWe will continue our drawing project.  This is due this Thursday (3/3).Finish your enlargement drawing. Trace final drawing in permanent-black marker.
Wednesday (3/2)No ClassLyric Opera Field Trip
Thursday (3/3)End of UnitWe will review concepts learned throughout Stretching and Shrinking relating to similar figures and scale factors.STUDY
Friday (3/4)End of UnitWe will take a test to show what we know about similar figures and scale factors.



Week 25 (2/22 - 2/26)
Monday (2/22)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.1
We will practice using ratios and proportions in a real life situation.Pg. 4
#1
Tuesday (2/23)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.2
We will practice using ratios and proportions in real life situations, and will use ratios as a rate, and practice finding unit rate.Pg. 4
#2,4,6,8
Wednesday (2/24)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.3
We will practice using ratios and proportions in real life situations, and will use ratios as a rate, and practice finding unit rate.Pg. 5
#9-14
Thursday (2/25)Drawing ProjectWe will begin our drawing project.  This is due next Wednesday (March 3) at the beginning of class.Work on your drawing over the weekend.
Friday (2/26)No ClassNo School - Teacher Inservice


Week 24 (2/15 - 2/19)
Monday (2/15)Problem 5.1We will apply knowledge of similar triangles, develop a technique for indirect measurement, and will practice measuring lengths to solve problems.Pg. 84
#1 & 2
Tuesday (2/16)Problem 5.2We will apply knowledge of similar triangles and will develop a technique for indirect measurement.Pgs. 84-87
#3, 4, 22, 25
Wednesday (2/17)Problem 5.3We will apply knowledge of similar triangles and similar quadrilaterals, and will develop a technique for indirect measurement.Pgs. 85 & 89
#5, 32-34
Thursday (2/18)End of Inv. 5We will show what we know about similar triangles and quadrilaterals by completing a check-up.
Friday (2/19)No ClassNo Class - Field Trip


Week 23 (2/8 - 2/12)
Monday (2/8)End of Inv. 3We will practice using scale factors to find missing side lengths and to draw new figures.Worksheet
Tuesday (2/9)End of Inv. 3We will show our understanding of scale factors relating to similar figures by completing a quiz.
Wednesday (2/10)Problem 4.1We will use ratios of corresponding sides within a figure to determine whether two figures are similar.Pgs. 66, 67, 70
#1, 3, 4, 15-20
Thursday (2/11)Problem 4.2We will use ratios to identify similar triangles.Pgs. 67 & 71
#2 & 27
Friday (2/12)Problem 4.3We will use ratios of corresponding sides or scale factors to find missing side lengths in similar figures.Pgs. 68-69
#5-12


Week 22 (2/1 - 2/5)
Monday (2/1)End of Inv. 2 We will show what we know about scale factors and similar figures by completing a check-up/quiz. 
Tuesday (2/2)Problem 3.1We will construct similar quadrilaterals from smaller, congruent figures, and will connect the ratio of the areas of two similar figures to the scale factor.Pgs. 44-45
#1-2
Wednesday (2/3)No SchoolNo School - Teacher In-service 
Thursday (2/4)Problem 3.2We will construct similar triangles, and generalize the relationship between scale factor and area.Pgs. 46-47
#4-6
Friday (2/5)Problem 3.3We will use scale factors to make similar figures, and will find missing measures in similar figures using scale factor.Pgs. 47-49
#7-18


Week 21 (1/25 - 1/29)
Monday (1/25)Problem 1.1We will informally look at and form ideas about similarity.Pg. 12
#1-2
Tuesday (1/26)Problem 1.2We will make similar figures and compare approximate measurements of corresponding parts in similar figures.Pgs. 15 & 17
#14 & 22
Wednesday (1/27)Problem 2.1We will use algebraic rules to produce similar figures on a coordinate grid, and will contrast similar figures with non-similar figures.Pgs. 28
#1
Thursday (1/28)Problem 2.2We will understand the role multiplication plays in similarity relationships, and understand the effect on the image of a number is added to the x- and y-coordinates.Pgs. 29 & 33
#3, 4, 16-17
Friday (1/29)Problem 2.3We will understand the relationships of angles, side lengths, perimeters, and areas of similar polygons.Pgs. 30-33
#5-6, 9-13


Week 20 (1/18 - 1/22)
Monday (1/18)Unit ProjectWe will present our probability games to our peers and play each other's games.
Tuesday (1/19)End of UnitWe will review all concepts learned throughout the unit What Do You Expect? to prepare for our test tomorrow.STUDY
Wednesday (1/20)End of UnitWe will show what we know about probability and expected value by completing a test. 
Thursday (1/21)Start of New UnitWe will complete a pre-test and begin the first investigation of Stretching and Shrinking.  We will informally look at and form ideas about similarity.Pg. 12
#1-2
Friday (1/22)Problem 1.2We will make similar figures and compare approximate measurements of corresponding parts in similar figures.Pg. 15 & 17
#14 & 22


Week 19 (1/11 - 1/15)
Monday (1/11)Unit ProjectWe will discuss practice test from last week, and will design a carnival game using what we have learned about probability with a partner and test our game.Finish Part 1
Tuesday (1/12)Unit ProjectWe will design a carnival game using what we have learned about probability in a small group, and will find the experimental probability.Finish Part 1
Wednesday (1/13)Unit ProjectWe will continue working on our project and finish finding our experimental probability, and will use the experimental and theoretical probability to determine if the game is fair.Finish Parts 2 and 3
Thursday (1/14)Unit ProjectWe will continue working on our probability projects, and will compile our information into a written report.Finish Part 4
Friday (1/15)Unit ProjectWe will finish working on our probability project and will share our ideas with the class.



Week 18 (1/4 - 1/8)
Monday (1/4)Problem 4.1We will analyze binomial situations, and will practice finding expected value in a multiple-stage situation.Page 55
#11
Tuesday (1/5)Problem 4.2We will analyze a binomial situation.Pages 54-55
#3-8
Wednesday (1/6)Problem 4.3We will analyze binomial situations with multiple-stage outcomes.Page 55
#10
Thursday (1/7)End of InvestigationWe will review and practice concepts learned in Investigation 4.Introduce Project
Friday (1/8)Unit ProjectWe will design a carnival game using what we have learned about probability with a partner and test our game.Finish Part 1


Week 16 (12/14 - 12/18)
Monday (12/14)Problem 3.1 We will understand the difference between the probability of an outcome and the long-term average of many trials in a situation with a payoff.Pgs. 43 & 45
#1-3, 15
Tuesday (12/15)Problem 3.2We will determine the expected value in a probability situation.Page 43
#4
Wednesday (12/16)Problem 3.3We will practice determining the expected value in a probability situations, and will use probability to make decisions.Page 44
#8
Thursday (12/17)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of Investigation 3 by completing a Check-up, and will complete a review activity when finished.Review activity
Friday (12/18)Problem 4.1We will analyze binomial situations, and will practice finding expected value in a multiple-stage probability situation.Page 55
#11


Week 15 (12/7 - 12/11)
Monday (12/7)Problem 2.2We will simulate and analyze probability situations involving two-stage outcomes and distinguish between equally likely and non-equally likely outcomes.Pages 28-30
#4-7
Tuesday (12/8)Problem 2.3We will use an area model to analyze the theoretical probabilities for two-stage outcomes.Page 31
#8-11
Wednesday (12/9)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of Investigation 2 by completing a quiz, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.Inv. 2 Journal
Thursday (12/10)Problem 3.1We will understand the difference between the probability of an outcome and the long-term average of many trials in a situation with a payoff.Pages 43 & 45
#1-3, 15
Friday (12/11)Problem 3.2We will determine the expected value in a probability situation.Page 43
#4


Week 14 (11/30 - 12/4)
Monday (11/30)Problem 1.1We will examine and compare the experimental and theoretical probability through experiment.Pgs. 10, 14-15
#1, 2, 15-18
Tuesday (12/1)Problem 1.2We will use probability and payoff to calculate the long-term average result of a game of chance.Pgs. 11, 13, & 22
#3, 10, 22
Wednesday (12/2)Problem 1.3We will use probability and payoff to calculate the long-term average result of a game of chance.Pg. 13
#11 & 12
Thursday (12/3)End of Inv. 1We will review investigation one and complete an individual check-up on the first three problems in WDYE.
Friday (12/4)Problem 2.1We will use an area model to analyze the theoretical probabilities for two-stage outcomes.Pgs. 27-28
#2 & 3

Moving Straight Ahead
Week 12 (11/16 - 11/20)
Monday (11/16)Additional slope practiceWe will relate what we have discovered to our equation for slope and practice writing equations for lines.Slope and y-intercept worksheet
Tuesday (11/17)Additional slope-intercept practiceWe will relate what we have discovered to our equation for slope and practice writing equations for lines.Writing equations worksheet
Wednesday (11/18)End of UnitWe will review solving equations, creating equations using slope-intercept form, and relating tables and graphs to slope-intercept form.Study
Thursday (11/19)End of UnitWe will show our understandings of linear relationships through completing the Moving Straight Ahead unit assessment.
Friday (11/20)Start of New UnitWe will make test corrections if necessary and will show what we know about the unit What Do You Expect? by completing a pre-assessment.


Week 11 (11/9 - 11/13)
Monday (11/9)Problem 4.1We will be introduced to the concept of slope as the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change between two points on a line, and use slope to sketch a graph of a line with this slope.Pages 78 & 85
#1, 36, & 38
Tuesday (11/10)Problem 4.2We will connect slope to patterns of change, and find the slope and y-intercept of a line from data in a table, graph, or equation.Pages 78-80
#2-10, 13, 15, 39
Wednesday (11/11)Problem 4.3We will explore patterns among lines with the same slope - parallel lines, and patterns among lines whose slopes are negative reciprocals of each other - perpendicular lines.Pages 80-82
#16, 17, 20-24, 28, 30
Thursday (11/12)Problem 4.4We will write an equation for an applied situation when the only information given is two data points.Pages 84-85
#32-35
Friday (11/13)Additional Slope PracticeWe will relate what we have discovered to our equation for slope and practice writing equations for lines.Slope and y-intercept w/s

Week 10 (11/2 - 11/6)
Monday (11/2)Problem 3.2We will develop understanding of equality, and use properties of equality to solve equations.page 58
#5-8
Tuesday (11/3)Problem 3.3We will use the properties of equality to solve equations, and check our solutions to those equations.Page 58, 59, 65
#10, 12-14, 39
Wednesday (11/4)Problem 3.4We will develop strategies for solving linear equations, and recognize shifts in equations and how they affect the solution.Page 59-60
#15-19, 21
Thursday (11/5)Problem 3.5We will interpret equations in an applied setting, and find the point of intersections of two lines.Page 62
#24 & 26
Friday (11/6)End of Inv. 3We will show our understandings of linear relationship problems using tables, graphs, and equations, and solve linear equations using algebraic operations while taking a Quiz.

Week 9 (10/26-10/30)
Monday (10/26)Problem 2.3We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in tables and graphs of those relations.  We will understand coefficient (slope) and y-intercept and how they are seen in an equation.Pages 35-37
#7-9, 11, 12
Tuesday (10/27)Problem 2.4We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in tables and graphs of those relations, and find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Pages 38 & 39
#16, 18-21
Wednesday (10/28)
End of Inv. 2We will show our understandings of linear relationships by completing a quiz.  We will independently work on Moby Max.
Thursday (10/29)
Problem 3.1We will practice solving linear relationship problems using what we know about equations, graphs, and tables.
Friday (10/30)No SchoolNo School

Week 8 (10/19 - 10/23)
Monday (10/19)Problem 1.3We will construct graphs and tables to model problem situations, and translate information to/from a table, graph, or equation.Pg. 14
#6-8
Tuesday (10/20)Problem 1.4We will understand negative rates of change and ow they are represented in equations, tables, and graphs.Pg. 16
#12 & 14
Wednesday (10/21)End of Inv. 1We will review and show our understandings of linear relationships by completing a quiz.
Thursday (10/22)Problem 2.1We will find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Pg. 31
#1, 29-32
Friday (10/23)Problem 2.2We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in the tables and graphs, and find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Pg. 32
#3 & 4


Week 7 (10/12 - 10/16)
Monday (10/12)Start of New UnitWe will show what we know about linear relationships by taking a pre-assessment, and will make test corrections from Accentuate the Negative.
Tuesday (10/13)Review CC2
Problem 2.4 & 2.5
We will review dependent and independent variables and write expressions to show relationships between these variables.Problem 2.5
Wednesday (10/14)Review CC2
Problem 2.6 & 2.7
We will review dependent and independent variables and write expressions to show relationships between these variables.Problem 2.7
Thursday (10/15)Problem 1.1We will introduce the concept of patterns of change between the independent and dependent variables for linear relationships.Page 12
#1 & 2
Friday (10/16)Problem 1.2We will describe patterns of change for linear relationships, and will construct tables, graphs, and equations to represent linear patterns of change.Pages 12-14
#3, 4, 5

Accentuate the Negative
Week 6 (10/5 - 10/9)
Monday (10/5)Problem 4.2We will model the Distributive Property with areas of rectangles that have edges subdivided.Page 69
#4
Tuesday (10/6)Problem 4.3We will develop and use the Distributive Property to solve problems.Page 70
#6
Wednesday (10/7)Review Inv. 4We will practice using the order of operations and the distributive property.PEMDAS W/S
Thursday (10/8)End of UnitWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the unit.STUDY
Friday (10/9)End of UnitWe will show what we know about integers by completing the end of unit assessment.


Week 5 (9/28 - 10/2)
Monday (9/28)Problem 3.3We will explore the division of integers using the relationship between multiplication and division found in fact families.Pages 51-52
#7 & 8
Tuesday (9/29)Problem 3.4We will develop skill at multiplying and dividing integers.Page 52 & 56
#12-20, 29
Wednesday (9/30)Problem 4.1We will explore the use of the order of operations to order computation in problems.Pages 69-70
#2, 8-16
Thursday (10/1)Math MAP Testing

Friday (10/2)No Class



Week 4 (9/21 - 9/25)
Monday (9/21)Problem 2.4We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction found in fact families.Pages 35-36
#17-22, 24-26
Tuesday (9/22)Problem 2.5We will extend graphing with positive and negative coordinates to all four quadrants.Page 36 & 38
#27 & 34
Wednesday (9/23)End of Investigation 2 QuizWe will show what we know about adding and subtracting integers by completing a quiz.None
Thursday (9/24)Problem 3.1We will develop and use algorithms for multiplying integers.Page 51
#2 & 3
Friday (9/25)Problem 3.2We will examine number patterns to confirm the algorithm for multiplication.Page 51
#4-6


Week 3 (9/14-9/18)
Monday (9/14)End of Inv. 1Partner Quiz Journal 
Tuesday (9/15)Problem 2.1We will develop algorithms for adding integers, and model it using a number line or chip model.Page 32 #1-2
Wednesday (9/16)Problem 2.2We will develop algorithms for subtracting integers, and model it using a number line or chip model.Page 33 #6-7
Thursday (9/17)Problem 2.3We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction to simplify computation by changing subtraction problems to addition and vice versa.Page 34 #10-11
Friday (9/18)Problem 2.4We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction found in fact families, and solve simple equations.Page 35 #17-22


2014/2015 School Year Below
Week 36 (5/25 - 5/29)
Monday (5/25)No SchoolNo School - Memorial Day Weekend
Tuesday (5/26)Problem 4.1We will explore a volume relationship between cylinders and spheres.Page 54
#1,3-8
Wednesday (5/27)No ClassMiddle School field trip to Brewer's Game.
Thursday (5/28)Problem 4.2We will explore and use a volume relationship between cylinders, cones, and spheres, and will explore and use a volume relationship between prisms and pyramids to find the volume of a pyramid.Pages 54-55
#9-14
Friday (5/29)Problem 4.3We will use the relationships among cylinders, cones, and spheres to develop a strategy for finding the volume of a cone or sphere.Pages 56-57
#17-22,25


Week 35 (5/18 - 5/22)
Monday (5/18)Test PrepWe will complete class activities to prepare for the test portion of the Badger Exam.15 minutes of Moby Max
Tuesday (5/19)Test PrepWe will complete class activities to prepare for the performance task of the Badger Exam.
Wednesday (5/20)Badger TestBadger Exam - 7th Grade Math Test and Performance Task
Thursday (5/21)Problem 4.1We will explore a volume relationship between cylinders and spheres.Page 54
#1,3-8
Friday (5/22)No SchoolNo School - Start of Memorial Day Weekend


Week 34 (5/11 - 5/15)
Monday (5/11)Problem 3.1We will develop understanding of volume and surface area of prisms.Page 38
#1
Tuesday (5/12)Problem 3.2We will develop a strategy for finding the volume of a cylinder using its dimensions, and connect that to the idea of layers in a rectangular and other prisms.Pages 38, 40 & 43
#2,8-12,26
Wednesday (5/13)Problem 3.3We will develop a strategy for finding the surface area of a cylinder.Pages 40-41
#15-17
Thursday (5/14)Problem 3.4We will apply understanding of volume to solve problems, and will understand that a variety of 3D figures can have the same volume but different surface areas.Pages 41-42
#18,20-22
Friday (5/15)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of volume by completing a check-up, and will practice individual skills using Moby Max.


Week 33 (5/4 - 5/8)
Monday (5/4)Problem 5.1We will develop techniques for estimating areas and perimeters of irregular figures, and use ideas about area and perimeter to solve practical problems.Pages 78 & 79
#1,3
Tuesday (5/5)Problem 5.2We will discover that it takes slightly more than three diameters to equal the circumference of a circle.Pages 80-81
#5-11
Wednesday (5/6)Problem 5.3We will develop techniques for estimating the area of a circle, and use ideas about area and perimeter to solve practical problems.Page 81
#15
Thursday (5/7)Problem 5.4We will discover that it takes slightly more than three radius squares to equal the area of a circle.Pages 82-83
#22-27
Friday (5/8)Online Scavenger HuntWe will complete an online scavenger hunt that allows us to look at different aspects of mathematics, and will collaborate with others while using technology.Turn in Scavenger Hunt doc. on Classroom


7th Grade Tentative Schedule - Data Distribution
Week 32 (4/27 - 5/1)
Monday (4/27)End of UnitWe will review concepts and practice skills learned in our Data Distribution unit.Review Packet
Tuesday (4/28)End of UnitWe will review concepts and practice skills learned in our Data Distribution unit.
Wednesday (4/29)End of UnitWe will show what we know about statistics by taking the Data Distribution assessment, and will practice skills using MobyMax.
Thursday (4/30)Start of new unitWe will take the Filling and Wrapping pre-test, and will practice skills related to our new unit using MobyMax.
Friday (5/1)CC4 Problem 4.1We will describe two-dimensional cross sections of three-dimensional figures.Page 23
#1-8


Week 31 (4/20 - 4/24)
Monday (4/20)Problem 4.1We will read and understand bar graphs used to display data distributions.Pages 78 & 80-81
#1,8-11
Tuesday (4/21)Problem 4.2We will use line plots to display data distributions, and will use properties of distributions to describe the variability in a given data set.Pages 79-80
#2-7
Wednesday (4/22)CC Problem 5.1We will draw inferences about a population based on data from a random sample.
Thursday (4/23)MAP Testing7th Grade Math MAP Testing:
7A- 8:40-10:10
7B- 10:10-12:00

Bring a book to read when you are finished.  There will be no Chromebook time after you finish the test.

Friday (4/24)CC Problem 5.2We will draw inferences about a population based on data from a random sample.


Week 30 (4/13 - 4/17)
Monday (4/13)Problem 2.4We will understand when and how changes in data values in a distribution affect the median or the mean.Page 46
#7
Tuesday (4/14)End of Inv. 2We will show what we understand about measures of center and variability by completing a check-up.
Wednesday (4/15)Problem 3.1We will use tables and value bar graphs to display data distributions and will use the properties of distributions to describe the variability in a given data set.Pages 62, 66-67
#1,2,9-13
Thursday (4/16)Problem 3.2We will use tables and value bar graphs to display data distributions and will use the properties of distributions to describe the variability in a given data set.Page 63
#3,4
Friday (4/17)Problem 3.3We will develop and use strategies for comparing equal-size data sets to solve problems, and will decide which data measure to describe a distribution.Pages 64 & 70
#5,6,18-22


Week 29 (4/6 - 4/10)
Monday (4/6)No SchoolLast day of spring break!
Tuesday (4/7)Problem 2.1We will read, analyze, and understand bar graphs used to display data distributions.Page 44
#1
Wednesday (4/8)Problem 2.2We will read, analyze, and understand line plots used to display data distributions.Page 44
#3
Thursday (4/9)Problem 2.3We will understand and decide when to use the mean, median, or mode (using variability) to describe a distribution.Page 45
#6
Friday (4/10)Problem 2.4We will understand when and how changes in data values in a distribution affect the median or the mean.Page 46
#7


Week 28 (3/23 - 3/27)
Monday (3/23)Test PrepWe will reflect on our assessment performance, and will practice answering questions and navigating the online example test to prepare ourselves for the Badger Test.Assessment Reflection
Tuesday (3/24)Test PrepWe will practice answer questions and navigating the online example test to prepare ourselves for the Badger Test.
Wednesday (3/25)Math MovieWe will watch Stand and Deliver and discuss mathematical concepts from the film, as well as obstacles the students had to overcome.
Thursday (3/26)Math MovieWe will watch Stand and Deliver and discuss mathematical concepts from the film, as well as obstacles the students had to overcome.Stand and Deliver Worksheet
Friday (3/27)New UnitWe will complete a pre-test for our next unit, Data Distribution, and will independently work on Moby Max.


7th Grade Tentative Schedule - Stretching and Shrinking
Week 27 (3/16 - 3/20)
Monday (3/16)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.2
We will practice using ratios and proportions in real life situations, and will use ratios as a rate, and practice finding unit rate.Pg. 4
#2,4,6,8
Tuesday (3/17)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.3
We will practice using ratios and proportions in real life situations, and will use ratios as a rate, and practice finding unit rate.Pg. 5
#9-14
Wednesday (3/18)End of UnitWe will review concepts learned throughout the Stretching and Shrinking Unit, and will finish journals for Investigations 3-5.Review worksheet
Thursday (3/19)End of UnitWe will review concepts learned throughout the Stretching and Shrinking Unit.
Friday (3/20)End of UnitWe will show our understandings of similar figures and unit rates by completing the Stretching and Shrinking Test.


Week 26 (3/9 - 3/13)
Monday (3/9)Problem 5.3We will apply knowledge of similar triangles and similar quadrilaterals, and will develop a technique for indirect measurement.Pgs.85 & 89
#5, 32-34
Tuesday (3/10)End of Inv. 5We will show our understandings of similar triangles and rectangles by completing journal questions (pg. 93).  When we are finished we will independently work on Moby Max.Inv. 3, 4, and 5 Journals
Wednesday (3/11)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.1
We will practice using ratios and proportions in a real life situation.Pg. 4
#1
Thursday (3/12)CC Inv. 1
Problem 1.2
We will practice using ratios and proportions in real life situations, and will use ratios as a rate, and practice finding unit rate.Pg. 4
#2,4,6,8
Friday (3/13)No SchoolNo School - Teacher Inservice


Week 25 (3/2 - 3/6)
Monday (3/2)Problem 4.2We will use ratios to identify similar triangles.Pgs. 67 & 71
#2 & 27
Tuesday (3/3)Problem 4.3We will use ratios of corresponding sides or scale factors to find missing lengths in similar figures.Pgs. 68-69
#5-12
Wednesday (3/4)End of Inv. 4We will show our understandings of ratios of corresponding sides and scale factors by completing a Partner Quiz.Inv. 4 Journal
Thursday (3/5)Problem 5.1We will apply knowledge of similar triangles, develop a technique for indirect measurement, and will practice measuring lengths to solve problems.Pg. 84
#1 & 2
Friday (3/6)Problem 5.2We will apply knowledge of similar triangles and will develop a technique for indirect measurement.Pgs. 84-87
#3,4,22,25


Week 24 (2/23 - 2/27)
Monday (2/23)Problem 3.1We will construct similar quadrilaterals from smaller, congruent figures, and will connect the ratio of the areas of two similar figures to the scale factor.Pgs. 44-45
#1-2
Tuesday (2/24)Problem 3.2We will construct similar triangles, and generalize the relationship between scale factor and area.Pgs. 46-47
#4-6
Wednesday (2/25)Problem 3.3We will use scale factors to make similar figures, and will find missing measures in similar figures using scale factor.Pgs. 47-49
#7-18
Thursday (2/26)End of Inv. 3We will show our understanding of scale factors relating to similar figures by completing a check-up.Inv. 3 Journal
Pg. 57
Friday (2/27)Problem 4.1We will use ratios of corresponding sides within a figure to determine whether two figures are similar.Pgs. 66,67,70
#1,3,4,15-20


Week 23 (2/16 - 2/20)
Monday (2/16)Problem 2.1We will use algebraic rules to produce similar figures on a coordinate grid, and will contrast similar figures with non-similar figures.Pg. 28
#1
Tuesday (2/17)Problem 2.2We will understand the role multiplication plays in similarity relationships, and understand the effect on the image if a number is added to the x- and y-coordinates.Pgs. 29 & 33
#3, 4, 16-17
Wednesday (2/18)Problem 2.3We will understand the relationships of angles, side lengths, perimeters, and areas of similar polygons.Pgs. 30-33
#5-6, 9-13
Thursday (2/19)End of Inv. 2We will show our understandings of transformations and scale factors by completing a check-up.Moby Max
Friday (2/20)Problem 3.1We will construct similar quadrilaterals from smaller, congruent figures, and will connect the ratio of the areas of two similar figures to the scale factor.Pgs. 44-45
#1-2


7th Grade Tentative Schedule - What Do You Expect?
Week 22 (2/9 - 2/13)
Monday (2/9)End of UnitWe will review what we have learned about probability to prepare for the unit assessment.  Study
Tuesday (2/10)Unit AssessmentWe will show our understandings of probability and expected value by completing a test.  When finished we will work independently on Moby Max.
Wednesday (2/11)Start of Stretching and ShrinkingWe will complete a pre-test and being the first investigation.  We will informally look at and form ideas about similarity.Page 12
#1-2
Thursday (2/12)Problem 1.2We will make similar figures and compare approximate measurements of corresponding parts in similar figures.Pages 15 & 17
#14, 22
Friday (2/13)No SchoolNo School - Teacher In-service


Week 21 (2/2 - 2/6)
Monday (2/2)Unit ProjectWe will design a carnival game using what we have learned about probability in a small group, and will find the experimental probability.Finish Part 1
Tuesday (2/3)Unit ProjectWe will continue working on our project and finish finding our experimental probability, and will use the experimental and theoretical probability to determine if the game is fair.Finish Parts 2 and 3
Wednesday (2/4)No SchoolNo School - Teacher In-service
Thursday (2/5)Unit ProjectWe will continue working on our probability projects, and will compile our information into a written report.Finish Part 4
Friday (2/6)Unit ProjectWe will finish working on our probability project and will share our ideas with the class.


Week 20 (1/26 - 1/30)
Monday (1/26)Problem 4.1We will analyze binomial situations, and will practice finding expected value in a multiple-stage situation.Page 55
#11
Tuesday (1/27)Problem 4.2We will analyze a binomial situation.Pages 54-55
#3-8
Wednesday (1/28)Problem 4.3We will analyze binomial situations with multiple-stage outcomes.Page 55
#10
Thursday (1/29)End of InvestigationWe will review and practice concepts learned in Investigation 4.Introduce Project
Friday (1/30)Unit ProjectWe will design a carnival game using what we have learned about probability with a partner and test our game.Finish Part 1


Week 19 (1/19 - 1/23)
Monday (1/19)Problem 3.2We will determine the expected value in a probability situation.Page 43
#4
Tuesday (1/20)Problem 3.3We will practice determining the expected value in a probability situations, and will use probability to make decisions.Page 44
#8
Wednesday (1/21)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of Investigation 3 by completing a Check-up, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.Inv. 3 Journal
Thursday (1/22)Problem 4.1We will analyze binomial situations, and will practice finding expected value in a multiple-stage probability situation.Page 55
#11
Friday (1/23)Problem 4.2We will analyze a binomial situation.Pages 54-55
#3-8



Week 18 (1/12 - 1/16)
Monday (1/12)Problem 2.2We will simulate and analyze probability situations involving two-stage outcomes and distinguish between equally likely and non-equally likely outcomes.Pages 28-30
#4-7
Tuesday (1/13)Problem 2.3We will use an area model to analyze the theoretical probabilities for two-stage outcomes.Page 31
#8-11
Wednesday (1/14)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of Investigation 2 by completing a quiz, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.Inv. 2 Journal
Thursday (1/15)Problem 3.1We will understand the difference between the probability of an outcome and the long-term average of many trials in a situation with a payoff.Pages 43 & 45
#1-3, 15
Friday (1/16)Problem 3.2We will determine the expected value in a probability situation.Page 43
#4


Week 17 (1/5 - 1/9)
Monday (1/5)End of InvestigationWe will complete a partner check-up on the first three problems in WDYE, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.Finish Journal 1
Tuesday (1/6)Problem 2.1We will use an area model to analyze the theoretical probabilities for two-stage outcomes.Pages 27-28
#2, 3
Wednesday (1/7)Problem 2.2We will simulate and analyze probability situations involving two-stage outcomes and distinguish between equally likely and non-equally likely outcomes.Pages 28-30
#4-7
Thursday (1/8)Problem 2.3We will use an area model to analyze the theoretical probabilities for two-stage outcomes.Page 31
#8-11
Friday (1/8)End of InvestigationWe will show our understandings of Investigation 2 by completing a quiz, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.


Week 16 (12/15 - 12/19)
Monday (12/15)Problem 1.1We will examine and compare the experimental and theoretical probability through experiment.Pages 10, 14-15
#1, 2, 15-18
Tuesday (12/16)Problem 1.2We will use probability and payoff to calculate the long-term average result of a game of chance. Pages 11, 13, 22
#3, 10, 22
Wednesday (12/17)Problem 1.3We will use probability and payoff to calculate the long-term average result of a game of chance.Page 13
#11, 12
Thursday (12/18)End of InvestigationWe will complete an individual check-up on the first three problems in WDYE, and will journal our understandings of the concepts learned in these problems.Finish Journal 1
Friday (12/19)No ClassHoliday Celebrations, Fun Friday, Student-Teacher volleyball game.No Class


7th Grade Tentative Schedule - Moving Straight Ahead
Week 15 (12/8 - 12/12)
Monday (12/8)End of UnitWe will review solving equations, creating equations using slope-intercept form, and relating tables and graphs to slope-intercept form.Study for test
Tuesday (12/9)End of UnitWe will show our understandings of linear relationships through completing the Moving Straight Ahead unit assessment.
Wednesday (12/10)Start of New UnitWe will show what we know about the unit What Do You Expect? by completing a pre-assessment.  We will practice individual skills using MobyMax.
Thursday (12/11)Problem 1.1We will examine and compare the experimental and theoretical probability through experiment.Pages 10, 14-15
#1, 2, 15-18
Friday (12/12)No SchoolNo School - Teacher InserviceNo School - Teacher Inservice


Week 14 ( 12/1 - 12/5)
Monday (12/1)Problem 4.2We will connect slope to patterns of change, and find the slope and y-intercept of a line from data in a table, graph, or equation.Pages 78-80
#2-10, 13, 15, 39
Tuesday (12/2)Problem 4.3We will explore patterns among lines with the same slope - parallel lines, and patterns among lines whose slopes are negative reciprocals of each other - perpendicular lines.Pages 80-82
#16, 17, 20-24, 28, 30
Wednesday (12/3)Problem 4.4We will write an equation for an applied situation when the only information given is two data points.Pages 84-85
#32-35
Thursday (12/4)Additional slope practiceWe will relate what we have discovered to our equation for slope and practice writing equations for lines.Slope and y-intercept worksheet
Friday (12/5)Additional slope-intercept practiceWe will relate what we have discovered to our equation for slope and practice writing equations for lines.Writing equations worksheet


Week 13 (11/24 - 11/28)
Monday (11/24)Problem 4.1We will be introduced to the concept of slope as the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change between two points on a line, and use slope to sketch a graph of a line with this slope.Pages 78 & 85
#1, 36
Tuesday (11/25)Slope and Y-interceptWe will practice finding the slope and y-intercept of a graph and table using what we learned in Problem 4.1, and will make corrections to Check-up 2.Slope and y-intercept w/s
Wednesday (11/26)No ClassNo School - Thanksgiving Break
Thursday (11/27)No ClassNo School - Thanksgiving Break
Friday (11/28)No ClassNo School - Thanksgiving Break


Week 12 (11/17 - 11/21)
Monday (11/17)Problem 3.4We will develop strategies for solving linear equations, and recognize shifts in equations and how they affect the solution.Pages 59-60
#15-19, 21
Tuesday (11/18)Problem 3.5We will interpret equation in an applied setting, and find the point of intersection of two lines.Page 62
#24, 26
Wednesday (11/19)End of Inv. 3We will show our understandings of linear relationship problems using tables, graphs, and equations, and solve linear equations using algebraic operations while taking a Quiz.Inv. 3 Journal
Page 69
Thursday (11/20)Problem 4.1We will be introduced to the concept of slope as the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change between two points on a line, and use slope to sketch a graph of a line with this slope.Pages 78 & 85
#1, 36
Friday (11/21)Problem 4.2We will connect slope to patterns of change, and find the slope and y-intercept of a line from data in a table, graph, or equation.Pages 78-80
#2-10, 13, 15, 39

Week 11 (11/10 - 11/14)
Monday (11/10)End of Investigation 2We will journal our understandings of linear relationships using equations, tables, and graphs.Inv. 2 Journal
Page 45
Tuesday (11/11)Problem 3.2We will develop understanding of equality, and use properties of equality to solve equations.Page 58
#5-8
Wednesday (11/12)Problem 3.3We will use the properties of equality to solve equations, and check our solutions to those equations.Page 58, 59, 65
#10, 12-14, 39
Thursday (11/13)Problem 3.4We will develop strategies for solving linear equations, and recognize shifts in equations and how they affect the solution.Pages 59-60
#15-19, 21
Friday (11/14)Problem 3.5We will interpret equations in an applied setting, and find the point of intersection of two lines.Page 62
#24, 26


Week 10 (11/3 - 11/7)
Monday (11/3)Problem 2.3We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in tables and graphs of those relations.  We will understand coefficient (slope) and y-intercept and how they are seen in an equation.Pages 35-37
#7-9, 11, 12
Tuesday (11/4)Problem 2.4We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in tables and graphs of those relations, and find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Pages 38 & 39
#16, 18-21
Wednesday (11/5)
End of Inv. 2We will show our understandings of linear relationships by completing a quiz.  We will independently work on Moby Max.
Thursday (11/6)
Problem 3.1We will describe the information the variables and numbers in an equation represent.  We will solve linear equations in one variable using tables, graphs, and symbols.Pages 57 & 63
#2-4, 28
Friday (11/7)Problem 3.2We will develop understanding of equality.Page 58
#5-8


Week 9 (10/27 - 10/31)
Monday (10/27)Problem 1.3We will construct graphs and tables to model problem situations, and translate information to/from a table, graph, or equation.Page 14
#6-8
Tuesday (10/28)Problem 1.4We will understand negative rates of change and ow they are represented in equations, tables, and graphs.Page 16
#12, 14
Wednesday (10/29)End of Inv. 1We will show our understandings of linear relationships be completing a quiz.  We will independently work on Moby Max.
Thursday (10/30)Problem 2.1We will find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Page 31
#1, 29-32
Friday (10/31)Problem 2.2We will understand the connections between linear equations and patterns in the tables and graphs, and find solutions to a problem using a table or graph.Page 32
#3, 4


Week 8 (10/20 - 10/24)
Monday (10/20)Review CC2
Problem 2.4 & 2.5
We will review dependent and independent variables and write expressions to show relationships between these variables.Problem 2.5
Tuesday (10/21)Review CC2
Problem 2.6 & 2.7
We will review dependent and independent variables and write expressions to show relationships between these variables.Problem 2.7
Wednesday (10/22)Problem 1.1We will introduce the concept of patterns of change between the independent and dependent variables for linear relationships.Page 12
#1 & 2
Thursday (10/23)Problem 1.2We will describe patterns of change for linear relationships, and will construct tables, graphs, and equations to represent linear patterns of change.Pages 12-14
#3, 4, & 5
Friday (10/24)No SchoolNo SchoolNo School

7th Grade Tentative Schedule - Accentuate the Negative
Week 7 (10/13 - 10/17)
Monday (10/13) Problem 4.3We will develop and use the Distributive Property of multiplication over subtraction, and use it to solve problems.Page 70
#6

Write down any questions you have and want to review.
Tuesday (10/14)End of UnitWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the unit.Test review
Wednesday (10/15)End of UnitWe will take Accentuate the Negative Unit test.
Thursday (10/16)Start of UnitWe will complete a pre-assessment to our next unit, Moving Straight Ahead.Review CC2 19-22
Friday (10/17)Start of UnitWe will review CC2 from 6th grade (19-22), and complete introduction to Moving Straight Ahead.


Week 6 (10/6 - 10/10)
Monday (10/6)Problem 4.1We will explore the use of the order of operations to order computation in problems.Page 69 & 70
#2, 8-16
Tuesday (10/7)Problem 4.2We will model the Distributive Property with areas of rectangles that have edges subdivided.Page 69
#4
Wednesday (10/8)Problem 4.3We will develop and use the Distributive Property of multiplication over subtraction, and use it to solve problems.Page 70
#6

Write down anything you feel you need help on.
Thursday (10/9)End of UnitWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout the unit.Test review
Friday (10/10)End of UnitAccentuate the Negative Test will be on Tuesday, October 14.



Week 5 (9/29 - 10/3)
Monday (9/29)Problem 3.2We will examine number patterns to confirm the algorithm for multiplication.Page 51
#4-6
Tuesday (9/30) Problem 3.3We will explore division of integers using the relationship between multiplication and division found in fact families, and develop algorithms for dividing integers.Page 51, 52, & 58
#7, 8, 33
Wednesday (10/1)Problem 3.4We will develop skill at multiplying and dividing integers.Page 52
#12-20, 29
Thursday (10/2)End of Inv. 3We will journal our understandings of multiplication and division of integers, as well as the algorithms that allow us to multiply and divide.Inv. 3 Journal
Page 59
Friday (10/3)MobyMaxWe will practice individual mathematics skills using technology.


Week 4 (9/22 - 9/26)
Monday (9/22)Problem 2.4We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction found in fact families.Page 35 #17-22
Page 36 #24-26
Tuesday (9/23)Problem 2.5We will extend graphing with positive and negative coordinates to all four quadrants.Page 36 #27
Page 38 #34
Page 40 #42
Wednesday (9/24)End of Inv. 2Check-up 1Journal
Thursday (9/25)Problem 3.1We will use number line to develop the relationship between repeated addition and multiplication with integers.  We will develop and use an algorithm for multiplying integers.Page 51 #2-3
Friday (9/26)Problem 3.2We will examine number patterns to confirm the algorithm for multiplication.Page 51 #4-6


Week 3 (9/15-9/19)
Monday (9/15)End of Inv. 1Partner Quiz Journal 
Tuesday (9/16)Problem 2.1We will develop algorithms for adding integers, and model it using a number line or chip model.Page 32 #1-2
Wednesday (9/17)Problem 2.2We will develop algorithms for subtracting integers, and model it using a number line or chip model.Page 33 #6-7
Thursday (9/18)Problem 2.3We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction to simplify computation by changing subtraction problems to addition and vice versa.Page 34 #10-11
Friday (9/19)Problem 2.4We will understand and use the relationship between addition and subtraction found in fact families, and solve simple equations.Page 35 #17-22

Week 2 (9/8-9/12)
Monday (9/8)Problem 1.1We will explore the use of an appropriate notation for positive and negative numbers.Problem 1.1
Tuesday (9/9)Problem 1.2We will locate positive and negative numbers on a number line, and compare and order those numbers.Page 16-17 #9-19
Extension #49-51
Wednesday (9/10)Problem 1.3 We will write number sentences to reflect the actions and results of changes in situations and find missing values.Page 17 #20-29
Thursday (9/11)
Problem 1.4We will interpret and write mathematical sentences using a chip model.Page 18 #36-37
Friday (9/12)End of Inv. 1Partner QuizJournal