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Dear PARENTS, the following website is designed to keep you informed and to share valuable information about what your student is currently working on and the study materials to help them be successful at this critical grade level. Students need to only click on the links and study the necessary materials to help them prepare for the coming assessments.
For each quarter, you will find that every week is comprised of the following 4 items:
1) ASSESSMENTS: This is what has been communicated to the students within the classroom setting. This has been placed with the week & date, so as to be the first reminder of what to expect that week. This is subject to change.
2) NOTES/VOCABULARY: The notes and vocabulary have been given to students during the class period, but have been replicated for your convenience to keep you apprised of what your student is working on. For students that have been out, they may copy the notes in order to avoid any gaps in their studies.
3) VIDEOS: Though we go over the concepts in class, it is always helpful to be able to review how a particular topic is accomplished. These have also been placed here for the parents showing you some of the possible techniques to assist your child. They may play these videos as often as they need.
4) HOMEWORK: These assignments are given to students as practice prior to assessments so that they can be successful.
For each quarter, you will find that every week is comprised of the following 4 items:
1) ASSESSMENTS: This is what has been communicated to the students within the classroom setting. This has been placed with the week & date, so as to be the first reminder of what to expect that week. This is subject to change.
2) NOTES/VOCABULARY: The notes and vocabulary have been given to students during the class period, but have been replicated for your convenience to keep you apprised of what your student is working on. For students that have been out, they may copy the notes in order to avoid any gaps in their studies.
3) VIDEOS: Though we go over the concepts in class, it is always helpful to be able to review how a particular topic is accomplished. These have also been placed here for the parents showing you some of the possible techniques to assist your child. They may play these videos as often as they need.
4) HOMEWORK: These assignments are given to students as practice prior to assessments so that they can be successful.
 Unless otherwise noted, Advanced students are required to achieve a 100% proficiency and Regular students are to achieve an 80% proficiency.
 We require students to work the problems out on paper for better accuracy and that these worksheets are to be handed in on Friday at the beginning of their class period.
 Students who do NOT turn in the work will only receive 70% of what they achieved..
 The current program monitors how a student is doing and lets them know if they need to make a correction. If a student makes a mistake, the program gives helpful advice at the bottom of the page and shares with them how to solve it.
 HOMEWORK REPAIR  When a student finishes missing homework, they need to fill out an index card with their FIRST & LAST Name, period they are in AND What WEEK(S) they have completed to the teacher for them to receive credit
THIS QUARTER CLOSED
WEEK 1: October 15  19

NOTES:
Simplifying Algebraic expression notes VOCABULARY: linear expression, like terms, variable, coefficient, factor, constant, distributive property, associative, commutative, identity 
VIDEOS:
 What Are Numerical and Algebraic Expressions?  What is a Variable?  How Do You Translate a Phrase with One Variable and Number Into a Mathematical Expression?  How Do You Evaluate an Algebraic Expression with One Variable?  What is a Constant?  How Do You Translate Phrases into Numerical Expressions? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  Add, subtract, and multiply linear expressions (7R.14)  Identify equivalent linear expressions (7R.16) 
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WEEK 2: October 22  26
QUIZZES & TESTS: .
NOTES:
Notes on Equations VOCABULARY: rational, coefficients, factor, GCF, properties of operations, constant, like terms, monomial, binomial, variable, expressions, algebraic solution, arithmetic solution, twostep linear equations, property of equality, inverse operations, linear equations 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL C.9 Evaluate numerical expressions involving integers R.15 Factors of linear expressions 
WEEK 3: October 29  November 2
(No school this Friday)
QUIZZES & TESTS: Quiz Thursday 11/1 (one step equations)
7.EE.2.3: Solve multistep reallife and mathematical problems posed with positive and negative rational numbers in any form (whole numbers, fractions, and decimals), using tools strategically. Apply properties of operations to calculate with numbers in any form; convert between forms as appropriate; and assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies.
NOTES:
Notes on Equations VOCABULARY: rational, coefficients, factor, GCF, properties of operations, constant, like terms, monomial, binomial, variable, expressions, algebraic solution, arithmetic solution, twostep linear equations, property of equality, inverse operations, linear equations 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  7G.6 Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers  7G.15 Estimate products and quotients of fractions and mixed numbers 
WEEK 4: November 5  9
QUIZZES & TESTS: Quiz on Thursday 11/8
(Equations & Inequalities)
MAFS.7.EE.2.3: Students can calculate using fractions, decimals and whole numbers in multistep mathematical and real world problems.
MAFS.7.EE.2.4: Students can graph inequalities.
NOTES:
Inequalities VOCABULARY: rational, coefficients, factor, GCF, properties of operations, constant, like terms, monomial, binomial, variable, expressions, algebraic solution, arithmetic solution, twostep linear equations, property of equality, inverse operations, linear equations 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  Solve equations involving like terms (7S.8)  Solve twostep equations (7S.6)  Graph solutions to twostep inequalities (7T.7) 
WEEK 5: November 12  16
WEEK 6: November 2630
(No school on Monday, Nov. 12 in observance of Veteran's Day)
QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment on Friday
NOTES:
Inequalities VOCABULARY: rational, coefficients, factor, GCF, properties of operations, constant, like terms, monomial, binomial, variable, expressions, algebraic solution, arithmetic solution, twostep linear equations, property of equality, inverse operations, linear equations 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  Solve equations involving like terms (7S.8)  Solve twostep equations (7S.6)  Graph solutions to twostep inequalities (7T.7) 
WEEK 7: December 3  7
QUIZZES & TESTS: .Assessment on Thursday 12/6
(Distribution, Equations & Inequalities)
MAFS.7.EE.2.3 & MAFS.7.EE.2.4
NOTES:
Notes on Inequalities VOCABULARY: rational, coefficients, factor, GCF, properties of operations, constant, like terms, monomial, binomial, variable, expressions, algebraic solution, arithmetic solution, twostep linear equations, property of equality, inverse operations, linear equations 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  T.1 Solutions to inequalities  T.2 Graph inequalities on number lines  T.3 Write inequalities from number lines 
WEEK 8: December 10  14
QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment on Friday 12/14/18  Unit Rates
MAFS.7.RP.1.1  Students can compute unit rates; Students can compute unit rates with fractions; Students can compute unit rates with measurements, like length, area, volume or other units.
NOTES:
 Notes on Ratios and Unit rate  Notes on Ratios Rates and Proportions VOCABULARY: ratio, complex fraction, unit rate, rate, proportion, equivalent, constant of proportionality, rate of change, slope, cross product, quantities, proportional relationship, rate of change, direct proportional relationship 
VIDEOS:
 How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios?  How Do You Write a Ratio in Simplest Form?  How Do You Convert a Rate To A Unit Rate?  How Do You Use Unit Rates to Compare Rates?  What's a Ratio?  What are Rates and Unit Rates?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios by Making a Table?  What are Equivalent Ratios?  How Do You Use a Table of Equivalent Ratios to Predict a Value?  How Do You Write Ratios From a Table?  How Do You Write a Ratio From a Word Problem? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  7J.1 Understanding ratios  7J.4 Equivalent ratios: word problems  7J.5Unit rates 
WEEK 9: December 17  21
EXAM WEEK (Dec. 19, 20, and 21 Halfdays)
QUIZZES & TESTS:
Exams 1 and 5 Wed. 12/19,
Exams 2 and 6 Thurs. 12/20,
Exams 3 and 7 Friday 12/21
NOTES:
VOCABULARY: ratio, complex fraction, unit rate, rate, proportion, equivalent, constant of proportionality, rate of change, slope, cross product, quantities, proportional relationship, rate of change, direct proportional relationship 
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HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL  review notes, quizzes and tests in preparation for 9 week test 
THIS QUARTER CLOSED
WEEK 9: March 4  8
QUIZZES & TESTS: FRIDAY 03/08/19
MAFS.7.G.2.5: Students can identify supplementary, complementary, vertical and adjacent angles, given a graphic; Students can state characteristics from memory about the angle relationships, given a graphic; Students can write and solve simple equations based on angle relationships; Students can solve equations to find missing angle measurements; Students can solve multistep problems to find missing angle measurements.
WEEK 8: February 25  March 1QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment Thursday 02/28/19
NOTES: Scale Drawings
 Cross Sections VOCABULARY: scale drawing, area, lengths, geometric figures, triangle, slice, twodimensional figures, pyramid, rectangular prism, cylinder, triangular pyramid, cube, cone, two and three dimensional figures 
VIDEOS:
 How Do You Use the Scale on a Map to Find an Actual Distance?  What is a Scale?  How Do You Figure Out What Size a Model Should Be if You Have a Scale?  What is a Scale Drawing?  How Do You Solve a Scale Model Problem Using a Scale Factor?  How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using a Proportion?  How Do You Find the Scale of a Model? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% IXL / KHAN LAB DAY  Z.1 Bases of threedimensional figures  Z.4 Crosssections of threedimensional figures  Z.2 Nets of threedimensional figures  Z.3 Front, side, and top view  W.12 Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical, adjacent, and congruent angles  W.13 Find measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles 
WEEK 7: February 18  22
(No school on Monday, Feb. 18)
QUIZZES & TESTS: .
MAFS.7.G.1.1: 1) Students can understand the concept of scale; 2) Students can compute the length and area of a scaled figure; 3) Students can compute the length and area of an actual figure give scaled dimensions; 4) Students can reproduce a scale drawing at a different scale; 5) Students can convert measurements within a system of measurement; 6) Students can find the scale (unit rate) of a scaled figure.
NOTES:
 L 7.4 Notes (Scale Drawings) VOCABULARY: scale drawing, area, lengths, geometric figures, triangle 
VIDEOS:
 How Do You Use the Scale on a Map to Find an Actual Distance?  What is a Scale?  How Do You Figure Out What Size a Model Should Be if You Have a Scale?  What is a Scale Drawing?  How Do You Solve a Scale Model Problem Using a Scale Factor?  How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using a Proportion?  How Do You Find the Scale of a Model? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning 2/22/19 Q3 WK7 HW  All WORK MUST BE SHOWN FOR CREDIT  Due on Friday 2/22/19 
WEEK 6: February 11  15
QUIZZES & TESTS: Test  Friday 2/15/19
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep proportional relationships.; Students can solve multistep interest and tax problems; Students can solve multistep markup and markdown problems.; Students can solve percent increase, decrease and error problems.; Students can solve multistep fee, gratuity and commission problems.
MAFS.7.EE.1.2: Students can recognize if a percent change is an increase or decrease within the context of a problem
MAFS.7.EE.2.3: Students can calculate multistep discount, percent change, tax/tip, interest and markup/markdown problems.; Students can use mental math and estimation strategies to assess the reasonableness of a solution.
MAFS.7.EE.1.2: Students can recognize if a percent change is an increase or decrease within the context of a problem
MAFS.7.EE.2.3: Students can calculate multistep discount, percent change, tax/tip, interest and markup/markdown problems.; Students can use mental math and estimation strategies to assess the reasonableness of a solution.
NOTES:
 Percent  Additional Notes on Percent Equations VOCABULARY: percent, percent change, part, whole, markup, markdown, percent increase, percent decrease, tax, discount, tape diagram, gratuity, commission, interest 
VIDEOS:

HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Q3 WK6 HW  (All WORK MUST BE SHOWN FOR CREDIT)  Due on Friday 2/15/19 
WEEK 5: February 4  8
QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment: Feb 8  Friday
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep proportional relationships.; Students can solve multistep interest and tax problems; Students can solve multistep markup and markdown problems.; Students can solve percent increase, decrease and error problems.; Students can solve multistep fee, gratuity and commission problems.
NOTES:
VOCABULARY: percent, percent change, part, whole, markup, markdown, percent increase, percent decrease, tax, discount, tape diagram, gratuity, commission, interest 
VIDEOS:
Percents  How Do You Turn a Decimal into a Percent?  How Do You Turn a Percent into a Decimal?  How Do You Turn a Fraction Into a Percent?  How Do You Figure Out a Percent From a Part to Part Ratio?  What's a Percent?  How Do You Figure Out a Percent From a Part to Whole Ratio?  How Do You Turn a Percent Into a Fraction? 
Percent of a Number
 How Do You Use an Equation to Find a Percent of a Number?
 How Do You Use a Proportion to Find a Percent of a Number?
 What's a Percent Proportion?
 How Do You Figure Out a Tip?
 How Do You Estimate a Sale Price?
 How Do You Use a Proportion to Find What Percent a Part is of a Whole?
 How Do You Use an Equation to Find a Whole?
 How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using a Percent Proportion?
 How Do You Set Up a Percent Proportion from a Word Problem?
WEEK 4: January 28  February 1
(Wednesday, Jan. 30 Early Release)
QUIZZES & TESTS: To Be Announced
MAFS.7.RP.1.2: Students can identify a proportional relationship in a table.; Students can identify a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.; Students can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions.
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep ratio problems.
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep ratio problems.
NOTES:
VOCABULARY: ratio, complex fraction, unit rate, rate, proportion, equivalent, constant of proportionality, rate of change, slope, cross product, quantities, proportional relationship, rate of change, direct proportional relationship 
VIDEOS:
 What Does Direct Variation Look Like on a Graph?  What's a Proportion?  What are Equivalent Ratios?  How Do You Determine Whether Values in a Table are Proportional?  How Do You Know If Two Ratios are Proportional?  How Do You Determine if Two Ratios are Proportional Using Cross Products?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios by Making a Table?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios? 
WEEK 3: January 21  25
(No school on Monday, Jan. 21)
QUIZZES & TESTS: To Be Announced
MAFS.7.RP.1.2: Students can identify a proportional relationship in a table.; Students can identify a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.; Students can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions.
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep ratio problems.
MAFS.7.RP.1.3: Students can solve multistep ratio problems.
NOTES:
 Proportionality using graphs and tables (PDF)  Proportionality using graphs and tables (PPT) VOCABULARY: ratio, complex fraction, unit rate, rate, proportion, equivalent, constant of proportionality, rate of change, slope, cross product, quantities, proportional relationship, rate of change, direct proportional relationship 
VIDEOS:
 What Does Direct Variation Look Like on a Graph?  What's a Proportion?  What are Equivalent Ratios?  How Do You Determine Whether Values in a Table are Proportional?  How Do You Know If Two Ratios are Proportional?  How Do You Determine if Two Ratios are Proportional Using Cross Products?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios by Making a Table?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios? 
WEEK 2: January 14  18
QUIZZES & TESTS: To Be Announced
MAFS.7.RP.1.2:  Students can identify a proportional relationship in a table.;  Students can identify a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.;  Students can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions.MAFS.7.RP.1.3:  Students can solve multistep ratio problems.
NOTES:
 Proportionality using graphs and tables (PDF)  Proportionality using graphs and tables (PPT) VOCABULARY: ratio, complex fraction, unit rate, rate, proportion, equivalent, constant of proportionality, rate of change, slope, cross product, quantities, proportional relationship, rate of change, direct proportional relationship 
VIDEOS:
 What Does Direct Variation Look Like on a Graph?  What's a Proportion?  What are Equivalent Ratios?  How Do You Determine Whether Values in a Table are Proportional?  How Do You Know If Two Ratios are Proportional?  How Do You Determine if Two Ratios are Proportional Using Cross Products?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios by Making a Table?  How Do You Find Equivalent Ratios? 
WEEK 1: Jan 7  11 (Mon Off)
QUIZZES & TESTS: None this week
MAFS.7.RP.1.1 & RP.1.2: Students can identify a proportional relationship in a table; Students can identify a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane; Students can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions.

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WEEK 5: April 22  26
WEEK 6: April 29  May 3
QUIZZES & TESTS: .
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WEEK 3: April 8  12
QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment on Friday
MAFS.7.G.2.6: Solve realworld and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two and threedimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.
NOTES:
NOTES  Volume of Prisms
 Volume Rectangular Prism  Volume of Prisms
 Volume Rectangular Prism  Volume of Prisms VOCABULARY: Area, lengths, geometric figures, triangle, pyramid, rectangular prism, cylinder, triangular pyramid, cube, circle, circumference, diameter, radius, volume, surface area, two and three dimensional figures, triangular prism 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% WORKSHEET  119 Volume of Prisms ( Due Friday 4/12/19) IXL Reg 80% NONE KHAN NONE LAB DAY  Area of rectangles and parallelograms (7AA.2)  Area of triangles and trapezoids (7AA.3)  Volume (7AA.7)  Surface area (7AA.8)  Area of compound figures with triangles, semicircles, and quarter circles (7AA.12)  Area between two shapes (7AA.13) 
EXTRA VIDEOS
 How Do You Find the Volume of a Triangular Prism?
 How Do You Find the Lateral and Surface Areas of a Rectangular Prism?  What is a Composite Figure?  What is the Formula for the Area of a Rectangle?  How Do You Find the Lateral and Surface Areas of a Triangular Prism?  How Do You Find the Area of a Triangle? 
WEEK 2: April 1  5
QUIZZES & TESTS: Assessment Friday 4/5/19
MAFS.7.G.2.6: Solve realworld and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two and threedimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.
NOTES:
VOCABULARY: area, lengths, geometric figures, triangle, geometric figures, pyramid, rectangular prism, cylinder, triangular pyramid, cube, cone, circle, circumference, diameter, radius, volume, surface area, two and three dimensional figures 
VIDEOS:
 What is the Formula for the Area of a Triangle?  How Do You Find the Area of a Parallelogram?  How Do You Find the Volume of a Rectangular Prism?  How Do You Find the Area of a Trapezoid?  What is the Formula for the Volume of a Prism?  How Do You Find the Area of a Rectangle?  How Do You Find the Volume of a Triangular Prism?  How Do You Find the Lateral and Surface Areas of a Rectangular Prism?  What is a Composite Figure?  What is the Formula for the Area of a Rectangle?  How Do You Find the Lateral and Surface Areas of a Triangular Prism?  How Do You Find the Area of a Triangle?  What is the Formula for the Area of a Parallelogram?  What is the Formula for the Surface Area of a Prism?  How Do You Find the Volume of a Composite Figure?  What is the Formula for the Area of a Trapezoid?  How Do You Find the Area of a Composite Figure? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80% WORKSHEET  124 Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms ( Due Friday 4/5/19) IXL Reg 80% NONE KHAN NONE LAB DAY  Area of rectangles and parallelograms (7AA.2)  Area of triangles and trapezoids (7AA.3)  Volume (7AA.7)  Surface area (7AA.8)  Area of compound figures with triangles, semicircles, and quarter circles (7AA.12)  Area between two shapes (7AA.13) 
WEEK 1: March 25  29
QUIZZES & TESTS: Friday 3/29/19
MAFS.7.G.2.4: Know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle and use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.
NOTES
 Circumference  Area of a Circle VOCABULARY: cylinder, circle, circumference, area, diameter, radius, , volume, surface area, two and three dimensional figures 
VIDEOS:
 How Do You Find the Area of a Circle if You Know the Diameter?  How Do You Find the Radius of a Circle if You Know the Area?  What is a Circle?  How Do You Find the Area of a Circle if You Know the Radius?  How Do You Find the Radius of a Circle if You Know the Circumference?  How Do You Find the Circumference of a Circle if You Know the Radius?  What is the Formula for the Area of a Circle?  How Do You Find the Circumference of a Circle if You Know the Diameter?  What is Circumference?  What is Pi?How Do You Find the Diameter of a Circle if You Know its Radius? 
HOMEWORK:
DUE FRIDAY Morning Adv 90%; Reg 80%
LAB DAY
IXL / KHAN 
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