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7th Grade Introduction

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Grade-Level Mathematics Actions and Processes
Descriptions of the Mathematics Actions and Processes provide a sense of what students are doing as they develop into mathematically literate students. 

Suggested Learning Progression (v2)

This year-long progression provides a sample vision for the learner experience that engages in meaningful, connected mathematics. 

Objective Analysis 

Analysis for each grade-level objective is provided in a manner to support deep understanding for the teacher. 

Engagement Strategies Educators can engage their students in math activities using these strategies.

An Introduction to 7th Grade 

The 7th grade curriculum places a major focus on the idea of proportionality and how it relates to rational numbers, rates of change, geometric shapes, and probability. Discovering algebraic formulas for 2D and 3D shapes and developing procedures for solving equations and inequalities by making and testing conjectures aides students in making sense of how mathematics applies to real life. Building operational fluency of integers and rational numbers allows students to ensure reasonableness of solutions when using technological tools like calculators. An emphasis on designing experiments, collecting data, and making predictions for concepts such as measures of central tendency, scale representations, and probability becomes apparent in 7th grade. Data represented algebraically, graphically, numerically, and verbally is assessed for functionality, usefulness, and efficiency by students.

 


Introduction to the OKMath Framework

7th Grade Introduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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