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November 8, 2017
Subtracting rational numbers Independent practice p.8082 # 1628 November 7, 2017 No homework November 1, 2017 Complete 3.2 Independent Practice p. 7374 # 1831 October 31, 2017 No Homework October 30, 2017 Complete 3.2 Guided Practice pg. 72 #117 October 27, 2017 Write an 8 paragraph essay stating how what you learned with the Junior Achievement Volunteer relates to each of your subject areas; Religion, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Science and Math. Be sure to include an introductory paragraph and a closing paragraph. October 26, 2017 Complete adding rational numbers with numberline worksheet #2 October 25, 2017 Complete adding rational numbers with numberline worksheet October 24, 2017 No Homework October 23, 2017 No Homework October 17, 2017 Converting fractions into decimals p. 63 #78, and p. 64 #118 October 16, 2017 REMINDER: Quiz Corrections due tomorrow October 12, 2017 Multiplication and Division of Fractions Worksheet October 11, 2017 Writing in Math Station worksheets (5) October 10, 2017 Quiz Corrections due 10/17/17

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7th Grade Math Curriculum
Throughout the course of the year, seventh grade students will learn from five major units of study, including: the number system, expressions and equations, ratios and proportional relationships, geometry, and statistics and probability.
Students will also incorporate writing into their mathematics practice with the use of their math journals, a part of their math binder. Additionally, students' learning will be engaged through the use of workbooks, interactive whiteboard technology, various iPad apps, games, and their personalized Mathletics account.
To learn more about the Archdiocese of Chicago Mathematics Standards, click on the link below.
Students will also incorporate writing into their mathematics practice with the use of their math journals, a part of their math binder. Additionally, students' learning will be engaged through the use of workbooks, interactive whiteboard technology, various iPad apps, games, and their personalized Mathletics account.
To learn more about the Archdiocese of Chicago Mathematics Standards, click on the link below.