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7th Grade Math Enrichment Full School Year 2x/Week
Meets 2x per week with enrichment designed to supplement and reflect core 7th grade math concepts.
Math For The Middles by Danielle Jones, MAT
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Twice per week
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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This is a supplemental 7th Grade Math Enrichment course, intended to support students already enrolled in a full math curriculum course. Learners are welcome to join at any time. This course runs late August through May and students will be taught the monumental learning objectives from the top four units within 7th grade math. The top four units are Number Systems, Ratios and Proportions, Expressions and Equations, and Geometry. Each 50 minute session will include a 15 to 20 minute mini...
Unit 1 Learning Goals • Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers (positive and negative decimals, fractions, and integers) • Develop transition from conceptually understanding rational numbers to developing rules and procedural fluency of rational operations Unit 2 Learning Goals • Calculate unit rates with complex fractions • Solve multi step ratio and percent problems with interest, taxes, shopping sales, etc. • Represent real life ration and percent problems as equations • Model proportions on a graph Unit 3 Learning Goals • Simplify expressions and equations with decimals, fractions, and integers • Rewrite and identify equivalent expressions and equations • Learn how to use expressions and equations to solve real world problems Unit 4 Learning Goals • Use scale drawings to solve problems with the actual length and size to scale • Use area, surface area, volume formula to solve for missing values of geometric figures • Use algebraic expressions to solve for supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. Unit 5 Learning Goals • Infer valid comparable conclusions about multiple populations using mean, median, and other measures of variability • Investigate chance using probability models
Homework or extra practice is not provided. If your learner requires extra practice/homework please consider the 7th Grade Math Core Curriculum course instead, as homework is built into that coursework.
To engage in all courses, students will need stable internet and a device capable of video conferencing with working audio and visual needs. Headphones are recommended to ensure minimal background interruption from influences outside of our virtual classroom. Students are expected to maintain a notebook dedicated to their coursework and have necessary writing utensils. The camera on your laptop, tablet, or desktop may double for this feature. • Internet • Device with working video conferencing/audio/visual capabilities • Notebook • Pencils • Scientific Calculator • Headphones • Optional: Printer
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
This course uses an online math modeling tools from Desmos.com. Creating accounts are not mandatory to complete this course. This courses also utilizes Kahoot slide shows and interactive tools. Creating accounts are not mandatory to complete this course. Parental consent is required for Desmos and Kahoot.
I use a plethora of resources to create a unique learning experience designed to meet students needs. For this reason I pull from resources such as EngageNY, Illustratrive Math, Dan Meyer 3-Act Tasks, Estimation 180, Singapore Math, Math in Focus and more. For this reason, students will not be required to purchase texts.
Math For The Middles by Danielle Jones, MAT
Enlighten, Empower, Release and Repeat!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
44 total reviews
49 completed classes
About Math For The Middles We believe math is not something you watch, it's something you do! Therefore, all courses with Math For The Middles involve students engaging with mathematical content and an opportunity for individualized feedback...