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General Education Math Resources: Pearson, Connected Mathematics Project 3 (CMP3) Copyright: 2014 is an inquirybased mathematics program. It helps students actively focus on math problem solving, reasoning and proof, communication, representation, and connections.
6th Grade Units  Topics
 Prime Time: Number theory, including factors, multiples, primes, composites, prime factorization; order of operations, distributive property.
 Comparing Bits and Pieces: Ratio, unit rate, rate tables, rational numbers, decimals, percents, equivalence, absolute value, number line, negative numbers.
 Let’s Be Rational: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions, and fact families.
 Covering and Surrounding: Area and perimeter relationships, area and perimeter of polygons, surface area and volume of rectangular prisms.
 Decimal Operations: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals, estimation; solutions for a% of b = c type problems.
 Data About Us: Analysis of data distributions, including shape, measures of center (mean, median, mode) and variability (range, interquartile range, mean absolute deviation).
 Variables and Patterns: Algebra Variables, variable expressions, equations, inequalities; representations of relationships in tables, graphs, equations.
7th Grade UnitsTopics (Accelerated 6th Math)
 Shapes and Designs: Polygonal shapes, angles, rotations, measurement of angles, regular polygons, drawing triangles, quadrilaterals.
 Accentuate the Negative: Integers, rational numbers, number line, operations with rational numbers, properties of operations, fact families.
 Stretching and Shrinking: Similarity, corresponding angles, corresponding sides, scale factor, ratio, RepTiles, triangles, parallelograms.
 Comparing and Scaling: Ratios, proportions, rates, scaling ratios and rates, unit rate, constant rate of proportionality, solving proportions, percents, discounts, markups.
 Moving Straight Ahead: Linear relationships, representations, tables, graphs, rates of change, ratio, slope, linear equations, solving linear equations, expressions, equivalent expressions.
 What Do You Expect?: Probability, experimental probability, theoretical probability, expected value, dependent and independent events, sample space, simulation, fairness, equally likely, binomial probabilities.
 Filling and Wrapping: Rectangular prisms, area and circumference of a circle, cylinders, cones, spheres, pyramids, surface area, volume, ratio and proportions.
 Samples and Populations: Samples, Populations, statistical process, inner quartile range (IQR), centers of spread, mean, median, mode, mean absolute deviation (MAD), simulations, bar graph, histograms, outlier, random sampling, relative frequency.
8th Grade UnitsTopics (Accelerated 7th Math)
 Thinking with Mathematical Models: Represent data using multiple representations, recognize and use linear and non linear (inverse variation) models, use residual analysis, use scatter plots, two way tables, correlation coefficients, and standard deviation
 Looking for Pythagoras: The Pythagorean Theorem, square roots, cube roots, decimals, fractions and irrational numbers, properties of rational and irrational numbers, analyzing circles
 Growing, Growing, Growing: Exponential Functions, exponential growth, exponential decay, decay factor, growth rates, exponents, rules of exponents, scientific notation.
 Frogs, Fleas, and Painted Cubes: Quadratic functions, equivalent quadratic expressions
 Butterflies, Pin Wheels, and Wall paper: Symmetry, congruence, similarity, transformations, transformations on coordinate grids, dilations, conditions for establishing congruence and similarity of figures, parallel lines, transversals, angle sums of polygons
 Say It With Symbols: Equivalent expressions and equations. Modeling situations with symbolic statements, volumes of cylinders, cones and spheres, solving linear and quadratic equations. linear, exponential and quadratic functions
 It’s In the System: Determining solutions to linear equations, systems of linear equations, solving systems of equations, inequalities, solving systems of inequalities, graphing systems of equations and inequalities
 Formalizing Functions: Domain, range, function properties, arithmetic and geometric sequences, transformation of graphs, completing the square, quadratic formula, polynomial expressions and functions, properties of polynomial expression.
Accelerated 8th Grade Math  High School Algebra I