Outcomes 
Assessments – How it is met & When it is met 
1. Analyze the baseten place value system. Perform basic unit conversion with the U.S. customary system.

InClass Activity – Week 1, Day 1 
2. Investigate signed numbers. Double numbers. Translate numberword combinations. Compare large numbers. Round numbers. Represent numbers in scientific notation and convert back to standard notation. Write and estimate ratios. Write unit rates. Convert fractions to decimals and percentages.

InClass Activity – Week 1, Day 1 
3. Compare ways of presenting numerical data. Identify misinformation presented in the media. Convert percentages to fractions and decimals. Analyze misconceptions about percentages.

InClass Activity – Week 1, Day 2 
4. Read pie charts. Use order of operations and pie charts to develop a budget. Read data tables. Use spreadsheet formulas to support algebraic reasoning.

InClass Activity – Week 2, Day 1 
5. Read line graphs. Identify misleading scale. Identify relative change over time. Read bar graphs. Compare size and make estimations using graphical data.

InClass Activity – Week 2, Day 2 
6. Calculate mean, median and mode. Draw conclusions from statistical summaries. Create data sets to meet criteria. Use reading strategies for financial information. Practice scientific notation, percentages and averages. Estimate and calculate credit card interest

InClass Activity – Week 3, Day 1 
7. Analyze profit, return on investment, gross and net earnings and taxes. Complete tax forms. Calculate profit and quarterly taxes. Convert tax instructions into mathematical expressions.

InClass Activity – Week 3, Day 2 
8. Convert fractions and decimals. Calculate a percent of a percent. Analyze absolute and relative measures of risk. Compare fraction and decimal forms. Calculate percentages of large values. Evaluate measures of risk. Calculate probability, chance and likelihood. Interpret percentages relate3d to a risk reduction scenario. Apply probability and percentages to contexts. Calculate absolute and relative change.

InClass Activity – Week 4, Day 2 
9. Complete twoway tables. Use twoway tables to calculate percentages. Recognize the base of a percentage. Compare percentages. Interpret percentages and visual representations of data. Analyze abstract information.

InClass Activity – Week 5, Day 1 
10. Determine percentages from twoway tables. Analyze accuracy in test results presented in twoway tables. Interpret falsepositive and falsenegative results from twoway tables.

InClass Activity – Week 5, Day 2 
11. Calculate population densities as unit rates. Interpret ratios, unit rates and proportional reasoning in the context of population density. Perform dimensional analysis involving units of area. Scale shapes.

InClass Activity – Week 6, Day 1 
12. Multiply and divide by powers of ten. Use estimate strategies to determine population density. Calculate trade balance and absolute and relative change. Analyze apportionment and the effect of relative change on representation.

InClass Activity – Week 6, Day 2 
13. Calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles, parallelograms and triangles. Evaluate expressions and formulas from geometry. Perform area and perimeter calculations with dimensional analysis. Use multistep problem solving involving rates and measures to support financial decisions.

InClass Activity – Week 7, Day 1 
12. Calculate volume of rectangular prisms andcylinders. Perform calculations that involve rates and measures to support financial decisions.

InClass Activity – Week 7, Day 2 
13. Create conversion factors. Perform dimensional analysis. Write conversion factors and perform dimensional analysis. Compare two unit rates.

InClass Activity – Week 8, Day 2 
14. Apply dimensional analysis to contextual situations. Solve problems with multiple pieces of information and multiple steps. Use dimensional analysis to calculate future values in a contextual situation. Generalize a concrete example to abstract analysis of a system.

InClass Activity – Week 9, Day 1 
15. Square values. Evaluate square roots. Evaluate the order of operations with powers and radicals. Evaluate complicated unfamiliar formulas involving square roots. Simplify an expression involving units using correct order of operations. Apply a complicated formula involving a rational expression.

InClass Activity – Week 9, Day 2 
16. Analyze the effect of changing values of one variable while other variables remain fixed in a formula.

InClass Activity – Week 10, Day 1 
17. Identify equivalent equations. Evaluate and record a sequence of steps when solving equations. Use equivalent equations to solve onestep equations. Define the Cartesian plane. Reversing steps to find an input given an output of an equation.

InClass Activity – Week 10, Day 2 
18. Evaluate an expression and reverse the sequence of steps to solve a corresponding equation. Solve multi step equations. Plot points on the Cartesian plane. Reverse steps to find an input given an output of an equation.

InClass Activity – Week 11, Day 1 
19. Identify proportional and similar shapes. Calculate measurement error. Determine whether proportions are equivalent. Solve proportions. Solve equations using the distributive property and combining like terms. Solve formulas for a variable.

InClass Activity – Week 12, Day 2 
20. Solve equations that have variables on both sides. Apply proportions to similar triangles and scaling problems.

InClass Activity – Week 13, Day 1 
21. Write units rates. Identify the slope of a line. Compare slopes. Compare and contrast rates as slopes. Calculate slope from any two points.

InClass Activity – Week 13, Day 2 
22. Find vertical and horizontal intercepts. Calculate the yintercept by extrapolation from a table of values or a graph. Use the slopeintercept form of a line to write the equation of a line. Calculate the yintercept.

InClass Activity – Week 14, Day 1 
23. Use graphs, tables and algebraic and verbal representations to interpret the intersection of two lines in context. Make decisions using multiple representations of data. Draw trend lines. Graph scatterplots.

InClass Activity – Week 14, Day 2 
24. Interpolate and extrapolate using trend lines. Write algebraic expressions for percentage increase and decrease. Develop spreadsheet formulas for product markups and discounts.

InClass Activity – Week 15, Day 1 