### 7th Grade Math Learning Targets

Seventh Grade Curriculum Learning Targets

7. RR.1 I can compute a unit rate.

7. RP.2a I can decide if two quantities are proportional.

7. RP.2b I can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions.

7. RP.2c I can write equations for proportional relationships.

7. RP.2d I can explain what a point (x, y) on the graph means in terms of the situation.

7. RP.2d I can identify r as the unit rate in the coordinate (1, r).

7. RP.3 I can solve multistep ratio and percent problems using proportional relationships.

7. NS.1a I can combine opposite quantities to make zero.

7. NS.1b I can justify the sums of rational numbers.

7. NS.1c I can justify the differences or rational numbers.

7. NS.1d I can use properties of operations to add and subtract rational numbers.

7. NS.2a I can justify the products of rational numbers.

7. NS.2b I can justify the quotients of rational numbers.

7. NS.2c I can use properties of operations to multiply and divide rational numbers.

7. NS.2dI can represent rational numbers multiple ways (fraction, decimals, percents).

7. NS.3 I can solve real-world problems using any operation with rational numbers.

7. EE.1 I can use operations to simplify linear expressions.

7. EE.2 I can write an expression multiple ways.

7. EE.3 I can solve real-world problems using equivalent forms (fraction, decimal, percent) of rational numbers.

7. EE.4a I can construct and solve equations to represent a problem.

7. EE.4b I can construct and solve inequalities to represent a problem.

7. G.1 I can solve problems using scale drawings.

7. G.2 I can create geometric shapes from given conditions.

7. G.3 I can describe the cross sections (slices) of three-dimensional figures.

7. G.4 Iknow and can use the formulas for circumference and area of a circle to solve problems.

7. G.5 I can write and solve equations for an unknown angle relationship.

7. G.6 I can solve real-world problems involving area, volume, and surface area.

7. SP.1 I can tell if a sample is representative of a population.

7. SP.2 I can use a sample population to make predictions.

7. SP.3 I can compare data sets.

7. SP.4 I can use measures of center and measures of variability to compare sets of data.

7. SP.5 I can understand probability is a chance event between zero and one.

7. SP.6 I can use experimental probability to make a long-term prediction.

7. SP.7a I can develop a probability model to determine the probability of a uniform, single event.

7. SP.7b I can develop a probability model to determine the probability of a non-uniform, single event.

7. SP.8a I can understand probability of a compound event is between zero and one.

7. SP.8b I can represent and identify the sample space for a compound event.

7. SP.8c I can design a simulation to generate frequencies for compound events.