**Competitions**

Sumdog

Binary Systems - Unplugged

Youcube

Why Kids in the US Need Common Core Math

**Great Links**

Camelot Learning

**CCSS**

**ACHIEVE THE CORE.ORG**

**PARCC**

PARCC 7th Grade

PARCC 7th Grade Frameworks

PARCC 7th Grade Clarifications

PARCC 7th Grade PLDs

PARCC 8th Grade

PARCC 8th Grade Sample Items

PARCC 8th Grade Frameworks

PARCC 8th Grade Clarifications

PARCC Practice Tests - Safari/IE Only

PARCC Frameworks - 3-11

PARCC BluePrints

PARCC PLDs

PARCC Reference Sheets

PARCC Resource Guide - Illinois

PARCC Fluencies

**3 Changes in CCSS:**

**Focus****Coherency****Rigor****Fluency - Procedural Skill****Conceptual Understanding - Deep Understanding****Application**

5 Instructional Strategies - NCTM

1. Clarifying, sharing, and understanding goals for learning and criteria for success with learners

2. Engineering effective classroom discussions, questions, activities, and tasks that elicit evidence of students’ learning

3. Providing feedback that moves learning forward

4. Activating students as owners of their own learning

5. Activating students as learning resources for one another

Shell Lessons - Math Assessment Project

Elementary FALs

SHIFTS in CCSS - Focus, Coherence, Rigor (Fluency-Conceptual-Application)

Math PRACTICE STANDARDS

TALK MOVES

MDC - Math Design Collaborative

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CCSS

**7th**

**8th**

**Number Sense**

1.

**Proportional reasonin**

**g**involves comparisons and multiplicative relationships among

**ratios**

2.

**Formulate, represent**, and

**use**

**algorithms**with rational numbers flexibly, accurately, and efficiently

1. In the real number system,

**rational and irrational numbers**are in

**one to one correspondence**to points on the

**number line**

**Algebra**

1.

**Properties of arithmetic**can be used to generate

**equivalent expressions**

2.

**Equations and expressions**

**model**quantitative relationships and phenomena

1.

**Linear functions model situations**with a

**constant rate of change**and can be represented

**numerically, algebraically, and graphically**

2.

**Properties of algebra**and equality are used to

**solve linear equations and systems of equations**

3.

**Graphs, tables and equations**can be used to

**distinguish between linear and nonlinear functions**

**Data**

1.

**Statistics**can be used to gain information about

**populations**by examining samples

2. Mathematical

**models**are used to

**determine probability**

1.

**Visual displays**and summary statistics of

**two-variable data**condense the information in

**data sets**into usable knowledge

**Geometry**

1.

**Modeling geometric figures**and relationships leads to informal

**spatial reasoning and proof**

2.

**Linear measure, angle measure, area, and volume**are fundamentally different and require

**different units of measure**

1.

**Transformations**of objects can be used to define the concepts of

**congruence and similarity**

2.

**Direct and indirect measurement**can be used to

**describe**and

**make comparisons**

**NOTES CDE STDS 7_8**

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*Notes CDE STDS 7_8*

**7th Grade**

Seventh grade mathematics is about:

(1) developing understanding of and

applying proportional relationships

(2) developing understanding of operations

with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations

(3) solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric

constructions, and working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve

problems involvingarea, surface area, and volume; and (4) drawing inferences

about populations based on samples.

Key Areas of Focus for

**Grade 7: Ratios and proportional reasoning; arithmetic of rational numbers**

7th Grade PARCC Fluencies:

**8th Grade**

Summary of Year

Eighth grade mathematics is about:

(1) formulating and reasoning about

expressions and equations, including modeling an association in bivariate data

with a linear equation, and solving linear equations and systems of linear

equations;

(2) grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe

quantitative relationships;

(3) analyzing two- and three-dimensional space and

figures using distance, angle, similarity, and congruence, and understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorem.

Key Areas of Focus for

**Grade 8: Linear algebra**

**8th Grade PARCC Fluencies**

**Links**

**Delaware Dept of Education**- Math

**Smarter Balance Test ?s - Grade**

**CDE 8th Grade Math STDS**

**A Story of Ratios - NY**

**Shell Center - MDC**

**7th Grade Math Curriculum with Shell Center Lessons - LA**

**8th Grade Math Curriculum with Shell Center Lessons - LA**

**Curriculum Map Harrison SD**

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