Tentative Test Dates:
Module 3: 
Topic A- Thursday, December 14th


Constructed Response will be given every other week.
  • Students must follow the RICE method to complete the CR.
  • Each student was given a copy of the PowerPoint explaining the RICE method. It should be in their math binder.
  • A slideshow is available online: http://www.slideshare.net/cathymwhitehead/r-ice-problem-solving-strategy
  • CR grades will be averaged into ONE test grade.


Time Test will be given every other Friday.
  • Students will complete 50 multiplication or division problems in 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
  • Time Test will be averaged into ONE test grade.
  • In the event of a Friday test, the time test will be given on Wednesday or Thursday (students will know ahead of time).
  • Extra help: https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-3/multiplication-tables-up-to-12


Extra help:
A great website that covers all of the topics we will be learning this year:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math#table-of-contents


There are videos that show step by step how to solve problems. The topics we cover daily are listed below.

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MONDAY 12/4
     *Students will use an area model to write products as sums and sums as products.
    *Lesson 4
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

TUESDAY 12/5
     *Students will use an area model to write products as sums and sums as products.
    *Lesson 4
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

WEDNESDAY 12/6
     *Students will recognize the identity properties of 0 and 1 and the existence of inverses (opposites and reciprocals) to write equivalent expressions.
    *Lesson 5
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

THURSDAY 12/7
    *Students will recognize the identity properties of 0 and 1 and the existence of inverses (opposites and reciprocals) to write equivalent expressions.
    *Lesson 5
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 12/8   
*CR due 
    *Students will review Topic A.
    *Review sheet
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!
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MONDAY 11/27
     *Students will recognize how any order, any grouping can be applied in a subtraction problem by using additive inverse relationships (adding the opposite) to form a sum and likewise with division problems by using the multiplicative inverse relationships (multiplying by the reciprocal) to form a product.
    * Lesson 1
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

TUESDAY 11/28
     *Students will recognize how any order, any grouping can be applied in a subtraction problem by using additive inverse relationships (adding the opposite) to form a sum and likewise with division problems by using the multiplicative inverse relationships (multiplying by the reciprocal) to form a product.
    *Lesson 1
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

WEDNESDAY 11/29
     *Students will recognize how any order, any grouping can be applied in a subtraction problem by using additive inverse relationships (adding the opposite) to form a sum and likewise with division problems by using the multiplicative inverse relationships (multiplying by the reciprocal) to form a product.
    *Lesson 2
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

THURSDAY 11/30        
*Time Test
     *Students will recognize how any order, any grouping can be applied in a subtraction problem by using additive inverse relationships (adding the opposite) to form a sum and likewise with division problems by using the multiplicative inverse relationships (multiplying by the reciprocal) to form a product. Students will use area and rectangular array models and the distributive property to write products as sums and sums as products.
    *Lesson 2/ Lesson 3
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 


FRIDAY 12/1   
     *Students will use area and rectangular array models and the distributive property to write products as sums and sums as products.
    *Lesson 3
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

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MONDAY 11/13
     *Students will review adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers.
    * Review sheet
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! Review sheet will be checked for a homework grade tomorrow!

TUESDAY 11/14
     *Students will review adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers.
    *Review game
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

WEDNESDAY 11/15
     *Students will complete a quiz on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers.
    *
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

THURSDAY 11/16
    *Students will complete a FACEing Math on integers.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! FACEing Math will be due on Tuesday, November 28th!!


FRIDAY 11/17   
    * Students will complete a FACEing Math on integers.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! FACEing Math will be due on Tuesday, November 28th!!
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MONDAY 11/6
     *Students will review multiplying and dividing integers.
    *
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

TUESDAY 11/7
     *Students will 
recognize that the rules for multiplying and dividing integers apply to rational numbers.
    *
Lesson 15: 

Multiplication and Division of Rational Numbers    

pg. S.77
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

WEDNESDAY 11/8
     *Students will 
use properties of operations to multiply and divide rational numbers without the use of a calculator.
    *Lesson 16: 

Applying the Properties of Operations to Multiply and Divide Rational Numbers

          pg. S.82
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

THURSDAY 11/9
    *Students will review for the Topic B test.
    *
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 11/10   
*CR due 
    *Students will complete a Topic B test on multiplying and dividing integers.
    *
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!
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MONDAY 10/30
     *Students will understand that every quotient of integers (with a nonzero divisor) is a rational number and divide signed numbers by dividing their absolute values to get the absolute value of the quotient. The quotient is positive if the divisor and dividend have the same signs and negative if they have opposite signs.
    *Lesson 12: Division of Integers        pg. S.62
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

TUESDAY 10/31
     *Students will convert positive decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals when the denominator is a product of only factors of either 2 or 5.
    *Lesson 13: Converting Between Fractions and Decimals Using Equivalent Fractions      pg. S.66
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

WEDNESDAY 11/1
     *Students will interpret word problems and convert between fraction and decimal forms of rational numbers.
    *Lesson 14: Converting Rational Numbers to Decimals Using Long Division           pg. S.71
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

THURSDAY 11/2       
*Time Test
     *Students will interpret word problems and convert between fraction and decimal forms of rational numbers.
    *Lesson 14: Converting Rational Numbers to Decimals Using Long Division           pg. S.71
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 


FRIDAY 11/3   
    *Students will review multiplying and dividing integers.
    * Review Packet
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! Packet is due Monday for a grade!!!! If you do not finish it in class, it is homework!!
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MONDAY 10/23
     *Students will use the commutative and associative properties of addition to rewrite numerical expressions in different forms. They know that the opposite of a sum is the sum of the opposites.
    *Lesson 9: Applying the Properties of Operations to Add and Subtract Rational Numbers      pg. S. 49
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

TUESDAY 10/24
     *Students will complete a Module 2 Topic A test.
    *
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

WEDNESDAY 10/25
     *Students will practice and justify their understanding of multiplication of integers by using the Integer Game. For example, 3×5 corresponds to what happens to your score if you get three 5 cards; 3×(−5) corresponds to what happens to your score if you get three −5 cards; (−3)×5 corresponds to what happens to your score if you lose three 5 cards; and (−3)×(−5) corresponds to what happens to your score if you lose three −5 cards.
    *Lesson 10: Understanding Multiplication of Integers            pg. S.53
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

THURSDAY 10/26
    *Students will understand the rules for multiplication of integers and that multiplying the absolute values of integers results in the absolute value of the product. The sign, or absolute value, of the product is positive if the factors have the same sign and negative if they have opposite signs.
    *Lesson 11: Develop Rules for Multiplying Signed Numbers         pg. S.58
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 10/27   
*CR due 
    *Students will understand that every quotient of integers (with a nonzero divisor) is a rational number and divide signed numbers by dividing their absolute values to get the absolute value of the quotient. The quotient is positive if the divisor and dividend have the same signs and negative if they have opposite signs.
    *Lesson 12: Division of Integers        pg. S.62
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!
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MONDAY 10/16
     *Students will justify the rule for subtraction: Subtracting a number is the same as adding its opposite.
    *

Lesson

 5: Understanding Subtraction of Integers and Other Rational Numbers    pg. S.26
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! Complete Exercise #2 and #3 on pg. S.30

TUESDAY 10/17
     *Students will justify the distance formula for rational numbers on a number line: If 𝑝 and 𝑞 are rational numbers on a number line, then the distance between 𝑝 and 𝑞 is |𝑝𝑞|.
    *

Lesson

 6: The Distance Between Two Rational Numbers pg. S.33
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

WEDNESDAY 10/18
     *Students will justify the distance formula for rational numbers on a number line: If 𝑝 and 𝑞 are rational numbers on a number line, then the distance between 𝑝 and 𝑞 is |𝑝𝑞|.
    *

Lesson

 6: The Distance Between Two Rational Numbers pg. S.33
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

THURSDAY 10/19  
    *Students will use arrows to model rational numbers where the length of the arrow is the absolute value of the rational number and the sign of the rational number is determined by the direction of the arrow with respect to the number line.
    *Lesson 7: Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers   pg. S.39 
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 


FRIDAY 10/20   
*Time Test
  
    *Students will use the commutative and associative properties of addition to rewrite numerical expressions in different forms. I know that the opposite of a sum is the sum of the opposites.
    *Lesson 8: Applying the Properties of Operations to Add and Subtract Rational Numbers   pg. S. 44
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!


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MONDAY 10/9

FALL BREAK
    *HOMEWORK: C.R. is due Friday!!


TUESDAY 10/10
     *Students will 
add positive integers by counting up and negative integers by counting down (using curved arrows on the number line).
    *

Lesson 1

Opposite Quantities Combine to Make Zero

     

pg. S.-S.

    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

WEDNESDAY 10/11
    *Students will model integer addition on the number line by using horizontal arrows.
    *

Lesson 2: 

Using the Number Line to Model the Addition of Integers     pg. S.-S.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! C.R. is due Friday!!

THURSDAY 10/12  
    *Students will use arrows to show the sum of two integers, 𝑝+𝑞, on a number line and to show that the sum is distance |𝑞| from 𝑝 to the right if 𝑞 is positive and to the left if 𝑞 is negative.
    *

Lesson

 3: Understanding the Addition of Integers      pg. S.-S.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 10/13    
*CR due  
    *Students will understand the rules for adding rational numbers.
    *Lesson 4Efficiently Adding Integers and Other Rational Numbers pg. S.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!
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MONDAY 10/2
     *Students will identify the scale factor. Given a scale drawing, students compute the area in the actual picture.
    *

Lesson 

Computing Actual Areas from a Scale Drawing

    

pg. S.84-S.91

    *HOMEWORK: Study!!


TUESDAY 10/3
     *Students will 
review scale drawings.
    *Lesson :
    *HOMEWORK: Study!!

WEDNESDAY 10/4
    *Students will complete a Topic D test.
    *

Lesson 

:     pg. S.-S.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 

THURSDAY 10/5 
    *Students complete a Topic D test.
    *

Lesson

 :       pg. S.-S.
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 10/6   
  
NO SCHOOL!! FALL BREAK
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MONDAY 9/25
     *Students will finish their Topic C test.
    *

Lesson 

    *HOMEWORK: C.R. is due Friday!!


TUESDAY 9/26
     *Students will 
understand that a scale drawing is either the reduction or the enlargement of a two-dimensional picture and compare the scale-drawing picture with the original picture and determine if the scale drawing is a reduction or an enlargement.
    *

Lesson

 16: Relating Scale Drawings to Ratios and Rates    

pg. S.65-S.71

    *HOMEWORK: Study!! 
C.R. is due Friday!!

WEDNESDAY 9/27
    *Students will recognize that the enlarged or reduced distances in a scale drawing are proportional to the corresponding distances in the original picture and will recognize the scale factor to be the constant of proportionality.  
    *

Lesson 

17: The Unit Rate as the Scale Factor     pg. S.72-S.77
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! C.R. is due Friday!!

THURSDAY 9/28  
    *Students will be given a scale drawing and compute the lengths in the actual picture using the scale. Students identify the scale factor in order to make intuitive comparisons of size and then devise a strategy for efficiently finding actual lengths using the scale.
    *

Lesson

 18: Computing Actual Lengths from a Scale Drawing      pg. S.78-S.83
    *HOMEWORK: Study!! C.R. is due Friday!!


FRIDAY 9/29    
*CR due  
    *Students will identify the scale factor. Given a scale drawing, students compute the area in the actual picture.
    *Lesson 19: Computing Actual Areas from a Scale Drawing      pg. S.84-S.91
    *HOMEWORK: 


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MONDAY 9/18
     *Students will 
use tables to find an equivalent ratio of two partial quantities given a part-to-part ratio and the total of those quantities, in the third column, including problems with ratios of fractions.
    *

Lesson 13: Finding Equivalent Ratios Given the Total Quantity    

pg. S.53-S.57

    *HOMEWORK: Page S.54: Show work and answer question, "What is the total amount of toppings used on a meat-lovers pizza? ___ cups."


TUESDAY 9/19
     *Students will 
use tables to find an equivalent ratio of two partial quantities given a part-to-part ratio and the total of those quantities, in the third column, including problems with ratios of fractions.
    *

Lesson 13: Finding Equivalent Ratios Given the Total Quantity    

pg. S.53-S.57

    *HOMEWORK: Study!!

WEDNESDAY 9/20
    *Students will solve multi-step ratio problems including fractional markdowns, markups, commsions, and fees.
    *

Lesson 14: Multi-Step Ratio Problems   

pg. S.58-S.60

    *HOMEWORK: Study!!

THURSDAY 9/21  
*Time Test
    
    *Students will use equations and graphs to represent proportional relationships arising from ratios and rates involving fractions and interpret what points on the graph of the relationship mean in terms of the situation or context of the problem.
    *

Lesson 15: 

Equations of Graphs of Proportional Relationships Involving Fractions

   

pg. S.61-S.64

    *HOMEWORK: Study!!


FRIDAY 9/22   
    *Students will complete a Topic C Test.
    *Lesson :
    *HOMEWORK: 

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MONDAY 9/11
    *Students will 
review complex fractions.
    *Review for Lesson 11
    *HOMEWORK: 
CR is due Thursday 9/15!!


TUESDAY 9/12
    *Students will 
use ratio tables and ratio reasoning to compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions in the context of measured quantities such as recipes, lengths, areas, and speed.
    *

Lesson 11: Ratios of Fractions and Their Unit Rate   

pg. S.46-S.49

    *HOMEWORK: 
CR is due Thursday 9/15!!

WEDNESDAY 9/13
    *Students will 
use ratio tables and ratio reasoning to compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions in the context of measured quantities such as recipes, lengths, areas, and speed.
    *

Lesson 11: Ratios of Fractions and Their Unit Rate   

pg. S.46-S.49

    *HOMEWORK: 
CR is due Thursday 9/15!!



THURSDAY 9/14       
    *Students will 
review their Topic B test.
    *HOMEWORK: 
CR is due Thursday 9/15!!


FRIDAY 9/15     
*CR due  
    *Students will 
use ratio tables and ratio reasoning to compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions in the context of measured quantities such as recipes, lengths, areas, and speed.
    *

Lesson 12: Ratios of Fractions and Their Unit Rate   

pg. S.50-S.52

    *HOMEWORK:
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MONDAY 9/4
Labor Day!! No School!


TUESDAY 9/5
    *Students will use the constant of proportionality to represent proportional relationships by equations in real-world contexts as they relate the equations to a corresponding ratio table or graphical representation.
     *Lesson 9: pg. S.35-S.38 
    *HOMEWORK:

WEDNESDAY 9/6  
  
 *Students will consolidate their understanding of equations representing proportional relationships as they interpret what points on the graph of a proportional relationship mean in terms of the situation or context of the problem, including the point (0,0), and are able to identify and interpret in context the point (1,r) on the graph of a proportional relationship where r is the unit rate.
    *Lesson 10: pg. S.39-S.45
    *HOMEWORK: 
 


THURSDAY 9/7   
*Time Test
     *Students will consolidate their understanding of equations representing proportional relationships as they interpret what points on the graph of a proportional relationship mean in terms of the situation or context of the problem, including the point (0,0), and are able to identify and interpret in context the point (1,r) on the graph of a proportional relationship where r is the unit rate.
    *Lesson 10: pg. S.39-S.45
    *HOMEWORK: 

FRIDAY 9/8 
    *Students will finish their Topic B test on lessons 7-10.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK:   

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MONDAY 8/28
     *Students will identify the same value relating the measures of x and the measures of y in a proportional relationship as the constant of proportionality and recognize it as the unit rate in the context of a given situation. I can find and interpret the constant of proportionality within the contexts of problems.
    *Lesson 7: pg. S.26-S.29
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Thursday 8/31!!


TUESDAY 8/29
No school because of weather.
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Thursday 8/31!!

WEDNESDAY 8/30
No school because of weather.
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Thursday 8/31!!

THURSDAY 8/31   *CR due  
    *Students will use the constant of proportionality to represent proportional relationships by equations in real- world contexts as they relate the equations to a corresponding ratio table or graphical representation.
    *Lesson 8: pg. S.30-S.34
    *HOMEWORK: I am giving students extra time with the CR. I will be collected CR's on Tuesday!! Tuesday is the LAST day it will be accepted!


FRIDAY 9/1 
  
NO SCHOOL!

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MONDAY 8/21
    *Students will finish their Topic A test on lessons 1-6.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK: 


TUESDAY 8/22
    *Students will complete 
the Leap 360 diagnostic test.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK: 

WEDNESDAY 8/23
    *Students will complete 
the Leap 360 diagnostic test.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK: 



THURSDAY 8/24       
    *Students will complete 
the Leap 360 diagnostic test.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK: 


FRIDAY 8/25     *Time Test
     *Students will review their Topic A test and Constructed Response from last week.
    *Lesson
    *HOMEWORK: 
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MONDAY 8/14
    *Students will examine situations to decide whether two quantities are proportional to each other by checking for a constant multiple between measures of x and measures of y when given in a table. Studemts will study examples of relationships that are not proportional in addition to those that are.
    *Lesson 4 in Eureka Math packet  pg. S.8-S.12
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Friday 8/18!!


TUESDAY 8/15
    *Students will examine situations to decide whether two quantities are proportional to each other by checking for a constant multiple between measures of x and measures of y when given in a table. Studemts will study examples of relationships that are not proportional in addition to those that are.
    *Lesson 5 in Eureka Math packet  pg. S.13-S.17
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Friday 8/18!!

WEDNESDAY 8/16
    *Students will 
decide whether two quantities are proportional to each other by graphing on a coordinate plane and observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin and 
study examples of quantities that are proportional to each other as well as those that are not.
    *Lesson 5: pg. S.18-S.21
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Friday 8/18!! 



THURSDAY 8/17      
     *Students will
 examine situations carefully to decide whether two quantities are proportional to each other by graphing on a coordinate plane and observing whether all the points would fall on a line that passes through
the origin and 
study examples of relationships that are not proportional as well as those that are.
    *Lesson 6: pg. S.22-S.25
    *HOMEWORK: CR is due Friday 8/18!!


FRIDAY 8/18    *CR due  
    *Students will complete the Topic A test on lessons 1-6.
    *Lesson 
    *HOMEWORK: 
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MONDAY 8/7



TUESDAY 8/8



WEDNESDAY 8/9
    *Students will review rules and procedures.
    *Lesson: 
    *HOMEWORK: 



THURSDAY 8/10     
     *Students will compute unit rates associated with ratios of quantities measured in different units. Students use the context of the problem to recall the meanings of value of a ratio, equivalent ratios, and unit rate, relating them to the context of the experience.
    *Lesson 1 in Eureka Math packet  pg. S.1-S.3
    *HOMEWORK: 

FRIDAY 8/11     *Practice Time Test 
     *Students will understand that two quantities are proportional to each other when there exist a constant (number) such that each measure in the first quantity multiplied by this constant gives the corresponding measure in the second quantity.
    *Lesson 2 in Eureka Math pg. S.4-S.7
    *HOMEWORK: 
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Holly Allemand,
Oct 19, 2017, 7:30 AM