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Students learn ratio language and notation.

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Students continue to learn and use language and notation of ratios.

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Students explore, solve, and define equivalent ratios.

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Students solve problems involving equivalent ratios.

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Students use tape diagrams to solve equivalent ratio problems.

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Students continue to use tape diagrams to solve equivalent ratio problems.

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Students understand the relationship between ratios and fractions.

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Students use the value of a ratio to solve problems in a real-world context.

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Students explore ratio tables and use them to solve problems.

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Students use the additive and multiplicative structure of a ratio table.

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Students solve problems by comparing different ratios.

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Students create equivalent ratios using a ratio table.

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Students restate a ratio in terms of its value.

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Students represent ratios in ratio tables, equations, and double number line diagrams.

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Students work on a variety of ratio problems using multiple representations to answer questions.

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Students learn to associate a ratio of two quantities to another quantity called the rate.

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Given a rate, students find associated ratios.

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Students learn to interpret and model a rate as a division of two quantities.

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Students solve problems by analyzing different unit rates.

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Students continue to solve problems by analyzing different unit rates.

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Students use rates between measurements to convert measurement.

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Students decontextualize a given speed situation.

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Students solve constant rate problems.

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Students relate percents to ratios and rates, and learn to model and write percents.

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Students write a fraction and a decimal as a percent and vice versa.

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Students find the percent of a quantity.

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Students find the percent of a quantity, and solve problems involving finding the whole.

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Given a part and the percent, students find the percent and the whole.

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Students continue solving percent problems using various methods to solve.

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Students use visual models to represent division.

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Students continue exploring the division and multiplication of fractions.

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Students use visual models to show the division of fractions by fractions.

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Students use visual models to divide fractions by fractions with different denominators.

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Students demonstrate further understanding of division of fractions by creating their own word problems.

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Students create their own fraction division word problems.

1 hour

Students formally connect models of fractions to multiplication.

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Students divide fractions by mixed numbers.

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Students find the sums and differences of decimals.

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Students apply the distributive property to find the product of decimals.

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Students determine placement of the decimal point in products, and relate fraction and decimal multiplication.

1 hour

Students determine the standard algorithm for division.

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Students understand that the standard algorithm of division is a tally system.

1 hour

Students divide multi-digit numbers with and without remainders.

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Students solve for quotients of multi-digit decimals.

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Students understand factors and multiples.

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Students apply divisibility rules to understand factors and multiples.

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Students find the least common multiple and greatest common factor.

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Students explore Euclid’s Algorithm in finding the greatest common factor of larger numbers.

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Students extend understanding of the number line to the right and left of zero.

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Students use positive integers to locate negative integers on the number line.

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Students use positive and negative numbers to indicate a change in quantities.

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Students understand that each nonzero integer has an opposite on the other side of zero.

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Students locate and position opposite numbers on a number line.

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Students explore positive and negative integers and rational numbers on number lines.

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Students write, interpret, and explain statements of order for rational numbers in the real-world.

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Students order rational numbers.

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Students compare and interpret rational numbers’ order on the number line.

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Students write and explain inequality statements involving rational numbers.

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Students understand the absolute value of a number.

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Students understand how the order of absolute values differs between positive and negative numbers.

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Students apply understanding of order and absolute value when examining real world scenarios.

1 hour

Students explore ordered pairs on a grid.

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Students extend their understanding of the coordinate plane to all four quadrants.

1 hour

Students recognize the relationship that exists between points on the coordinate plane.

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Students draw a coordinate plane on graph paper.

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Students compute the length of horizontal and vertical line segments using absolute value.

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Students use the coordinate plane to graph various items.

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Students build and clarify the relationship of addition and subtraction.

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Students build and clarify the relationship of multiplication and division.

1 hour

Students build and clarify the relationship of multiplication and addition.

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Students build and clarify the relationship of division and subtraction.

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Students are introduced to exponents.

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Students evaluate numerical expressions.

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Students learn about numbers replacing letters in expressions.

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Students learn about numbers being replaced by letters in expressions.

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Students write expressions that record addition and subtraction operations with numbers.

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Students identify parts of an expression.

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Students model and write equivalent expressions in factored form.

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Students model and write equivalent expressions in expanded form.

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Students rewrite division problems as fractions

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Students write numerical expressions in two forms and note the relationship between the two.

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Students read expressions in which letters stand for numbers.

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Students write algebraic expressions that record all operations.

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Given verbal expressions, students write algebraic expressions that record all operations.

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Students use variables to write expressions involving addition and subtraction from real-world problems.

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Students develop expressions involving addition and subtraction from real-world problems.

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Students develop expressions involving multiplication and division from real-world problems.

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Students develop formulas involving multiplication and addition from real-world problems.

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Students evaluate and write formulas involving exponents for given values in real-world problems.

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Students determine if a number sentence is true or false based on the given symbol.

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Students identify values for the variable in an equation and inequalities that result.

1 hour

Students learn the definition of solution.

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Students solve one-step, addition and subtraction equations by relating an equation to a diagram.

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Students solve one-step, multiplication and division equations by relating an equation to a diagram.

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Students calculate the solution of two-step equations.

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Students calculate the solution of multi-step equations.

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Students calculate missing angle measures by writing and solving equations.

1 hour

Students construct tables of independent and dependent values in order to analyze equations.

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Students analyze an equation in two variables and make a graph.

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Students explore solving inequalities.