### How to Teach Math Lesson Plans: Seventh Grade Math

1. Describes and extends patterns in sequences
2. Identifies and uses the commutative, associative, distributive, and identity properties
3. Translates between simple algebraic expressions and verbal phrases
4. Solves linear equations using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division properties of equality with integer solutions
5. Writes a real world situation from a given equation
6. Writes and solves equations that represent problem-solving situations
7. Organizes data in a frequency table
8. Interprets and constructs histograms, line graphs, and bar graphs
9. Interprets and constructs circle graphs when given degrees
10. Interprets and constructs stem-and-leaf plots and line plots from data
11. Estimates and compares data including mean, median, mode, and range of a set of data
12. Predicts and recognizes data from statistical graphs
13. Determines probability of a single event
14. Uses simple permutations and combinations
15. Converts within a standard measurement system (English and metric)
16. Converts temperature using the Fahrenheit and Celsius formulas
17. Uses standard units of measurement to solve application problems
18. Identifies polygons with up to twelve sides
19. Classifies and compares the properties of quadrilaterals
20. Classifies and measures angles
21. Classifies triangles by sides and angles
22. Finds the perimeter of polygons
23. Finds the area of triangles and quadrilaterals
24. Finds the circumference and area of a circle
25. Identifies congruent segments, angles, and polygons
26. Develops relationships of faces, vertices, and edges of three-dimensional  figures
27. Performs transformations (rotations, reflections, translations) on plane figures  using physical models and graph paper
28. Investigates symmetry of polygons
29. Develops and applies the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing sides of right  triangles
30. Graphs ordered pairs on a coordinate plane
31. Uses powers of ten to multiply and divide decimals
32. Uses patterns to develop the concept of exponents
33. Writes numbers in standard and exponential form
34. Converts between standard form and scientific notation
35. Finds and uses prime factorization with exponents to obtain the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM)
36. Uses patterns to develop the concept of roots of perfect squares with and without calculators
37. Recognizes and writes integers including opposites and absolute value
38. Compares and orders integers
39. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides integers with and without calculators
40. Uses the order of operations to simplify and/or evaluate numerical and algebraic expressions with and without calculators
41. Compares, orders, rounds, and estimates decimals
42. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides decimals in real-life situations with and without calculators
43. Converts among decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers
44. Expresses ratios as fractions
45. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides fractions and mixed numbers
46. Uses estimation to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions
47. Explores equivalent ratios and expresses them in simplest form
48. Solves problems involving proportions
49. Determines unit rates
50. Uses models to illustrate the meaning of percent
51. Converts among decimals, fractions, mixed numbers, and percents
52. Determines the percent of a number
53. Estimates decimals, fractions, and percents
54. Uses proportions and equations to solve problems with rate, base, and part with and without calculators
55. Finds the percent of increase and decrease
56. Solves problems involving sales tax, discount, and simple interest with and without calculators

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