
Unit

Learning Targets


Yearlong
Communication Goal

LT0: I can explain my thinking and respond to the mathematical thinking of others. (8%)

Semester 1

1. 2D & 3D Geometry
Approximate dates: August 29 – September 19, 2016

LT1.1: I can find measurements and justify formulas involving circumference, area of circles, volume of cylinders, surface area of cylinders, area of sectors of circles and arc length. (14%)

2. Integers and Rational Numbers
Approximate dates: Sept 20 – October 27, 2016

LT2.1: I can compare and calculate with positive and negative rational numbers including those with whole number exponents. (8%)
LT2.2: I can use the order of operations and algebraic properties to evaluate expressions containing variables and positive and negative numbers and create equivalent expressions. (8%)
LT2.3: I can graph and describe translations and reflections of figures on a coordinate grid. (8%)

3. Ratios and Proportional Reasoning
Approximate dates:Oct. 28 – Dec 1, 2016

LT3.1: I can use proportional reasoning to solve problems involving ratios, rational numbers & interest. (10%)
LT3.2: I can identify the features of proportional relationships and can distinguish between proportional and other relationships. (10%)
LT3.3: I can use proportional reasoning to solve problems using multiple representations (equations/inequalities/graphs/context/language/tables). (10%)

4. Data and Probability
Approximate dates: Dec 2, 2015 – Jan 23, 2017

LT4.1: I can use the mean, median and range to draw conclusions about data and make predictions. (8%)
LT4.2: I can display and interpret data in a variety of ways. (line plots, circle graphs, stem and leaf, histograms) (8%)
LT4.3: I can calculate probabilities and reason about probabilities using proportions. (8%)

Semester 2

5. Linear Relationships
Approximate dates: Jan 24, 2017 – March 17, 2017

LT5.1: I can represent linear functions with tables, equations, graphs, context and language including identifying the slope and yintercept.
LT5.2: I can represent and solve realworld and mathematical situations using linear equations and inequalities.
LT5.3: I can recognize that a function is linear if it is written in the form f(x) = mx + b and interpret the meaning of the yintercepts and slope.

6. Equations and Solving
Approximate dates: March 20, 2017 – Mar 30, 2017

LT6.1: I can evaluate algebraic expressions, including expressions containing radicals and absolute values, and justify the algebraic properties.
LT6.2: I can solve multistep equations in one variable and justify the steps by identifying the algebraic properties used.

7. Systems of Equations
Approximate dates: April 10, 2016 – May 12, 2017

LT7.1: I can solve problems involving parallel and perpendicular lines in a coordinate graph.
LT7.2: I can solve a system of equations by using a graph, substitution, and elimination, and determine if the system has 0, 1, or infinite solutions.
LT7.3: I can model a context using a system of linear equations.

8. Pythagorean Theorem
Approximate dates: May 15, 2016 – Jun 14, 2016

LT8.1: I can classify real numbers as rational or irrational, and approximate the value of irrational numbers and locate them on the number line.
LT8.2: I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems involving right triangles, and find the distance between any two points on a coordinate grid.
LT8.3: I can find the distance between two coordinate points.
