Curriculum Map

Mrs. Gosser's 7th Grade Mathematics Class

Chapter 8 – Analyzing Data
8-1: Random Samples and Surveys (7.SP.1)
• I can identify a random sample.
• I can conduct a survey using random sampling on a population.
8-2: Estimating Population Size (7.SP.2)
• I can estimate a population size using capture/recapture method.
8-3: Inferences (7.SP.2)
• I can draw inferences about a population based on random sampling.
• I can make a conclusion based on a simulation of random sampling.
• I can use random sampling to make predictions about a population.
8-4: Data Variability (7.SP.3) (7.SP.4)(7.SP.0)
• I can determine the measures of center for a data set.
• I can identify and construct the parts of a box and whisker plot and dot plot.
• I can identify the three measures of variability.
• I can determine the IQR of a data set.
• I can determine the MAD of a data set.
• I can analyze and compare data sets by using measures of center and variability.
• I can create a visual display to analyze and compare data sets.
Vocabulary: Biased Question, Survey, Box Plot, Dot Plot, Inference, Prediction, Interquartile Range, Mean Absolute Deviation, Population, Random Sample, Sample, Measures of Center, Measures of Variability, Capture/Recapture Method, Pie Chart, Pictograph, Bar Graph, Mean, Median, Mode, Range.

Chapter 9 – Probability
9-1: Probability (7.SP.5) (7.SP.7.a)
• I can understand that probability is the likelihood of an event occurring.
• I can determine the complement of an event.
• I can determine the theoretical probability of an event.
9-2: Experimental Probability (7.SP.6) (7.SP.7) (7.SP.7.b)
• I can determine the experimental probability of an event.
• I can compare and contrast the theoretical and experimental probability of an event.
• I can analyze the long run relative frequency of an event.
• I can develop and compare probability models.
9-3: Sample Spaces (7.SP.8) (7.SP.8.b)
• I can determine the sample space for two events.
• I can create a sample space using tree diagrams, tables, and lists.
• I can use the fundamental counting principle to determine the number of possible outcomes.
9-4: Compound Events (7.SP.8) (7.SP.8.a) (7.SP.8.b)
• I can determine the probability of independent events.
• I can determine the probability of dependent events.
• I can distinguish between independent and dependent variables.
9-5: Simulating Compound Events (7.SP.8.c)
• I can design and use simulations to estimate the probability of compound events.
Vocabulary: Complement, Compound Event, Counting Principle, Dependent Events, Event, Experimental Probability, Independent Events, Outcome, Sample Space, Tree Diagram, Fundamental Counting Principle, Simulation, Theoretical Probability, Trial, Long Run Relative Frequency, Probability Model.

Chapter 6 – Geometry and Area
6-1: Angle Measures (7.G.2) (7.G.5)
• I can identify the different types of angles.
• I can identify the relationships between different angles.
• I can write and solve equations to find unknown angle measures.
• I can draw geometric shapes using angles and side lengths.
6-2: Area of a Parallelogram (7.G.6)
• I can find the area of a parallelogram and relate it to perimeter.
6-3: Area of a Triangle (7.G.6)
• I can classify a triangle by angles and sides.
•  I can find the area of a triangle and relate side lengths and areas.
• I can determine the angle sum of a triangle.
• I can use angle measures and sides to determine if it a triangle is unique, no triangle, or more than one triangle.
6-4: Area of Other Figures (7.G.6)
• I can  find the area of a trapezoid, a rhombus, and a kite.
• I can find the area of composite figures.
6-5: Circumference and Area of a Circle (7.G.4)
• I can find the area of a circle given radius and diameter.
• I can find the circumference of a circle given radius and diameter.
Vocabulary: Acute Angle, Obtuse Angle, Right Angle, Straight Angle, Supplementary and Complementary Angles, Vertical Angles, Adjacent Angle, Base of a Parallelogram, Unique Triangle, Base and Height of Triangle, Base of Trapezoid, Circumference, Radius, Pi, Diameter, Height and Base of Parallelogram, Composite Figure, Protractor.

Chapter 7 – Surface Area and Volume
7-1: Three Dimensional Figures (review of 6.G.4)
• I can classify and draw three-dimensional figures (right prisms, cubes, and right pyramids).
• I can draw and use nets to find the surface area and volume of three-dimensional figures.
7-2: Surface Area of Prisms and Pyramids (7.G.6)
• I can determine the surface area of a rectangular prism (and cube).
• I can determine the surface area of a triangular prism.
• I can determine the surface area of a rectangular pyramid.
• I can determine the surface area of triangular pyramid.
7-3: Volumes of Prisms and Pyramids (7.G.6)
• I can determine the volume of a rectangular prism (and cube).
• I can determine the volume  of a triangular prism.
• I can determine the volume  of a rectangular pyramid.
• I can determine the volume  of triangular pyramid.
7-4: Cross Sections (7.G.3)
• I can describe cross sections that result from slicing right pyramids and prisms.

Vocabulary:  Bases, Heights, Cross Sections, Cube, Edge, Face, Height, Net, Right Prism, Right Pyramid, Surface Area, Three-Dimensional Figure, Vertex, Volume.

*Each section will take approximately one and a half weeks to complete with review and enrichment between each topic. This is a flexible outline for the year and the time spent on each topic is susceptible to change throughout the year.