Luverne Middle School

7th Grade Math Jodi Rops

Isd2184.net j.rops@isd2184.net

Hello! Welcome to 7th grade math! I am VERY excited for the 2016-17 school year!!! It is my goal this year to help ALL students learn the 7th grade Minnesota Academic standards.

“I will NEVER leave you alone and I will never let you off the hook!”

What does that mean? You WILL complete every practice exercise, activity, assessment, and in an acceptable manner.

Here is a list of all the outcomes every student is expected to achieve during 7th grade math class.

This is a pretty generic list of topics that we will delve into more specifically. Some will take longer than others.

Curriculum used in 7th grade math: Glencoe Math, Built to the Common Core, Courses 2 & 3. This curriculum engages every students and helps build and develop a classroom of critical thinkers.

Things to bring to class EVERY day:

Math book/books

Binder and or folder

Pencils with erasers

Highlighter to correct with

Planner

Book to read (in case there is time at the end of the hour)

POSITIVE ATTITUDE!

Which one do you think is the most important? Circle it!

Through positive thinking, positive behaviors, and positive strategies, you will all be given ALL of the tools you need to be successful to prepare you for 8th grade math!

Contact information:

Ms. Jodi Rops

www.isd2184.net

507-283-4491, ext. 2590

7th Grade Math Jodi Rops

Isd2184.net j.rops@isd2184.net

Hello! Welcome to 7th grade math! I am VERY excited for the 2016-17 school year!!! It is my goal this year to help ALL students learn the 7th grade Minnesota Academic standards.

“I will NEVER leave you alone and I will never let you off the hook!”

What does that mean? You WILL complete every practice exercise, activity, assessment, and in an acceptable manner.

Here is a list of all the outcomes every student is expected to achieve during 7th grade math class.

- Students will be able to identify and generalize proportional relationships with graphs, tables and equations from various contexts.
- Students will be able to apply the concepts of rates and ratios to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to apply the concept of percents to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to calculate measures of center and variation to solve problems in various contexts. (mean, median, mode)
- Students will be able to perform arithmetic with rational numbers including negative numbers, and fractions to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to identify and compare rational numbers to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to identify similar figures and calculate missing measurements from similar figures to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to solve two dimensional and three dimensional geometry problems, including calculating perimeter, area, surface area and volume.
- Students will be able to calculate simple probabilities to solve problems in various contexts.
- Students will be able to simplify and evaluate algebraic expressions.

This is a pretty generic list of topics that we will delve into more specifically. Some will take longer than others.

Curriculum used in 7th grade math: Glencoe Math, Built to the Common Core, Courses 2 & 3. This curriculum engages every students and helps build and develop a classroom of critical thinkers.

Things to bring to class EVERY day:

Math book/books

Binder and or folder

Pencils with erasers

Highlighter to correct with

Planner

Book to read (in case there is time at the end of the hour)

POSITIVE ATTITUDE!

Which one do you think is the most important? Circle it!

Through positive thinking, positive behaviors, and positive strategies, you will all be given ALL of the tools you need to be successful to prepare you for 8th grade math!

Contact information:

Ms. Jodi Rops

www.isd2184.net

507-283-4491, ext. 2590