Studying for the Final? Here are some links to help!
Integers: Add/Subtract Multiply/Divide Order of Operations
Calendar of Events
(Plans posted early are subject to change.)
|5/3- Day 1 of the Final
|5/4- Day 2 of the Final
|5/5 - Day 2/3 of the Final
|5/6 - Day 3/4 of the Final
|5/7 - Day 4 of the Final
|5/10 - Thank You Cards||5/11 - Slide Show||5/12 - Play||5/13 - Play||5/14 - LAST DAY|
Below is a list of learning targets for the year. Current targets are in bold.
7.RP.1 – I can find unit rates given fractions or whole numbers.
7.RP.2 – I can identify and write equations for proportional relationships and represent them in tables, graphs & equations.
7.RP.3 – I can use proportional relationships to solve percent problems including interest, tax, and discounts.
7.NS.1 – I can add and subtract positive and negative numbers without a calculator.
7.NS.2 – I can multiply and divide with positive and negative numbers without a calculator.
7.NS.3 – I can correctly use the order of operations for problems that include fractions, decimals, whole numbers and negatives.
7.EE.1 – I can simplify expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive, associative, and commutative properties.
7.EE.2 – I can write an equivalent expression to understand a problem better and ease the ability to find a solution.
7.EE.3 – I can solve multi-step real life problems and evaluate the reasonableness of my answer.
7.EE.4 – I can solve for a variable in an equation or an inequality.
7.G.1 – I can determine if figures are similar and use scale factor to solve problems.
7.G.2 – I can draw and construct shapes with given features and determine if they can make one or more unique figures.
7.G.3 – I can describe 2D cross sections of 3D figures.
7.G.4 – I can use formulas for area and circumference of a circle to solve problems.
7.G.5 – I can use angle relationships to find missing angles.
7.G.6 – I can find area, surface area, and volume of compound shapes and figures.
7.SP.1 – I understand sampling methods and can use a sample of a population to understand the whole population.
7.SP.2 – I can use multiple samples to make predictions about a whole population.
7.SP.3 – I can use measures of center, 5 number summary, and mean absolute deviation to compare sets of data.
7.SP.4 – I can compare two populations based on their random samples.
7.SP.5 – I can describe probability as a number between 0 and 1.
7.SP.6 – I can describe the change in experimental probability and can compare it to theoretical probability and use them to find expected value.
7.SP.7 – I can develop a probability model for a situation even when the outcomes are not equally likely.
7.SP.8 – I can find probability of compound events using lists, tables, tree diagrams or area models.