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Counters

Math 8 Principles Ch 1


•  Preliminary: Adding and Subtracting Integers
•  Section 1.1 Multiplying Integers with Counters
•  Section 1.1bWhy Two Negatives Become Positive
•  Section 1.2 Multiplying Integers with Area Model
•  Section 1.3 Multiplying 2 Digit Numbers with Area Model
•  Section 1.3b Multiplying 3 or More Numbers with Number Composition
•  Section 1.4 Dividing Integers with Counters and Area Model
•  Section 1.5 Order of Operations with Integers

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• Pre

• 8.1

• 1.1b

• 1.2

• 1.3

• 1.3b

• 1.4

• 1.5

Number Sense: Multiplying and Dividing Integers

In this section, students will learn:

• to demonstrate the multiplication and division of integers, concretely, pictorially, and symbolically

• We will also look into different strategies with multiplying integers with two digits
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fractions

Math 8 Principles Ch 2

•  Section 2a Adding and Subtracting Fractions
•  Section 2.1 What are Fractions? Multiplying Fractions
•  Section 2.2 Multiplying Fractions with Area Model

•  Section 2.3 Multiplying Mixed Fractions
•  Section 2.4 Dividing Fractions and Integers with Manipulatives
•  Section 2.5 Dividing Two Fractions with Manipulatives
•  Section 2.6 Combined Operations with Fractions

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• 2a
• 2.1
• 2.2
• 2.3
• 2.4
• 2.5
• 2.6
Fractions and BEDMAS

In this section, students will learn:

• to mutliply and divide fractions and mixed numbers, concretely, pictorially, and symbolically
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percentages

Math 8 Principles Ch 3

•  Section 3.1 What are Percentages?
•  Section 3.2 Converting Fractions and Decimals to Percentages

•  Section 3.2b Common Fractions as Percentages
•  Section 3.3 Evaluating the Percent of an Integer
•  Section 3.3b Finding the Number with Percentage
•  Section 3.4 Applications of Percentages

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• 3.1
• 3.2
• 3.2b
• 3.3
• 3.2b
• 3.4
Percentages

In this section, students will learn:

• to convert percentages to decimals and fractions
• to represent percentages between 0% and 100% concretely, pictorially, and symbolically
• to solve problems involving percentages and combined percentages
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signs speed

Math 8 Principles Ch 4

•  Section 4.1 What are Ratios and Equivalent Ratios
•  Section 4.2 Rates
•  Section 4.3 Proportional Reasoning
•  Section 4.4 Problems Involving Rates and Ratios

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• 4.1
• 4.2
• 4.3
• 4.4

Rates and Ratios

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to demonstrate an understanding of ratios and rates
• to solve problems involing rates, ratios, and proportional reasoning

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graphs Math 8 Principles Ch 5

•  Section 5.1 Bar, Line, and Circle Graphs
•  Section 5.1b Double Bar, Stem Leaf plots and Frequency Tables
•  Section 5.2 Misleading Graphs
•  Section 5.3 Analyzing Graphs and Data
•  Section 5.4 Mean Median and Mode

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• 5.1
• 5.1b
• 5.2
• 5.3
• 5.4

Reading Graphs and Interpreting Data

In this section, students will learn:

• to critique ways in which data is presented
• to identify how information could be misrepresented using graphs
• to present data using appropriate graphs

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dice Math 8 Principles Ch 6


•  Section 6.1 Tree Diagrams and Tables
•  Section 6.2 Sample Spaces wiht Independent Events
•  Section 6.3 Calculating Probabilities
•  Section 6.4 Simulations & Expected Value
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• 6.1
• 6.2
• 6.3
• 6.4

Probability

In this section, students will learn:

• to solve problems involving probability and independent events
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pyth Math 8 Principles Ch 7

•  Section 7.1 Squares and Square Roots
•  Section 7.2 What is the Pythagorean Theorem
•  Section 7.3 Estimating Squares Roots
•  Section 7.4 Applications of the Pythagorean Theorem
•  Section 7.5 Solving Problems with the Pythagorean Theorem
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• 7.1
• 7.2
• 7.3
• 7.4
• 7.5

Pythagorean Properties

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to develop and apply the Pythagorean Theorem
• to approximate square roots that are not perfect squares
• to display an understanding of perfect squares and squares roots of whole numbers, concretely, pictorially, and symbolically
• to solve problems by applying the Pythagoreran Theorem
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nets Math 8 Principles Ch 8

•  Section 8.1 Top, Side, and Front Views of 3D solids
•  Section 8.2 Nets of 3D Solids
•  Section 8.3 Surface Areas of Prisms
•  Section 8.4 Surface Areas of Cylinders
•  Staircase Problem
•  Rotation Problem
•  Balloon Popper
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• 8.1
• 8.2
• 8.3
• 8.4
• Stair
• Rotate
Surface Areas of 3D Solids

In this section, students will learn:

• to construct top, front, and side views for 3D objects
• to draw next for 3D solids
• to determine the surface areas of prisms
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3D solids Math 8 Principles Ch 9

•  Section 9.1 What is Volume?
•  Section 9.2 Volume of a Prism
•  Section 9.3 Volume of a Cylinder
•  Section 9.4 Solving Problems Involving Prisms
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• 9.1
• 9.2
• 9.3
• 9.4

Volume of 3D Solids

In this section, students will learn:

• to develop and apply formulas for determining the volume of prisms and cylinders

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linear relations Math 8 Principles Ch 10

•  Section 10.1 Finding Linear Patters with Graphs
•  Section 10.2 Patterns with Tables of Values (TOV)
•  Section 10.3 Linear Relationships
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• 10.1

• 10.2

• 10.3

Linear Relations

In this section, students will learn:

• to graph and analyse two variable linear equations
• to display an understanding of linear equation, concretely, pictorially, and symbolically

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algebra Math 8 Principles Ch 11

•  Section 11.1 Solving Basic Linear Equations
•  Section 11.2 Modelling and Solving Two Step Linear Equations
•  Section 11.3 Modelling Linear Relationships
•  Section 11.4 Solving Equations Using Models
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• 11.1

• 11.2

• 11.3

• 11.4

Solving Linear Equations

In this section, students will learn:

• to model and solve problems using linear equations
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tess Math 8 Principles Ch 12

•  Section 12.1 Exploring Tesselations
•  Section 12.2 Constructing Tesselations

•  Section 12.3 Constructing Tesselations (Part 2)
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• 12.1
• 12.2

• 12.3

Tesselations

In this section, students will learn:


• to create tesslations
• to explain which shapes can be used to create tesseltations
• identify tesselations in the environment

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