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Robert Gillums

Published on August 6, 2014

At A Glance: New to Grade: ● (8.2A) Extending previous knowledge of sets and subsets using a visual representation to describe relationships between sets of real numbers. ● (8.2B) All square roots less than 225. Approximate and locate irrational numbers on a number line. ● (8.2C) Use of negative exponents in scientific notation. ● (8.2D) Order real numbers (changed from ordering rational numbers) ● (8.3A) Generalize that the ratio of corresponding sides of similar shapes are proportional, including a shape and its dilation. (new 7th grade) ● (8.3C) Use of algebraic representation to show scale factor (more formal language) ● (8.4A) Use of similar right triangles in exploring slope (Algebra I) ● (8.4B) Graph proportional relationships interpreting the unit rate with slope (Algebra I) ● (8.4C) Use of tables or graphs to determine rate of change and y intercept (Algebra I) ● (8.5A,B) Represent linear proportional and non-proportional situations with tables graphs and equations in the forms of y=kx and y=mx b (Algebra I) ● (8.5C) Use of the term bivariate sets of data as opposed to scatterplots (Algebra I) ● (8.5D) Use a trend line to approximate the linear relationship between bivariate sets of data (aka line of best fit) (current TEKS and Algebra) ● (8.5E) Solve problems using direct variation (current TEKS, but with Algebra I terminology) ● (8.5F) Distinguish between proportional and non-proportional relations using y=kx or y=mx b (current TEKS, more specific with equations) ● (8.5G) Identify functions using ordered pairs, tables, mappings, and graphs (Algebra I) ● (8.5I) Write an equation in the form of y=mx b (Algebra I) ● (8.7D) Determine the distance between two points on a coordinate plane using the Pythagorean Theorem. (Geometry) ● (8.8A,B,C) Write, model, and solve one variable equations or inequalities (from real world situations) with variables on both sides using rational number coefficients and constants (Algebra I)