Compacted Math 8 / Math 1 Year at a Glance

Updated January 9, 2018

8th Grade Curriculum Map

Updated October 9, 2017


Provide feedback on the NEW Version of the Curriculum Map here

(ORIGINAL) 8th Grade Curriculum Map

"Original Format", Created 2014-15
Grade 8 Curriculum Map.png

Resources Related to "Big Ideas" Math Textbook
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Big Ideas Math - Instructions for Getting Online

More Common Core Professional Learning Sessions 2014 - 2015

Session 1

October 14, 2014

Session 2

December 8, 2014

Session 3

February 6, 2015

Session 4May 26, 2015
Deconstructed Standards Web
(8.EE.5 and 8.EE.6)

Deconstructed Content Web 8.EE.5-6.png
2. Assessment Question
(8.EE.5 "Coffee by the Pound")
Please administer this assessment question
before Session 2, and bring back student
work from 3 focal students (see attachment).

3. Demo Lesson Materials
(8.EE.6 Using Similar Triangles to Understand Slope)
PowerPoint Presentation

Grade 8: Ch. 6 Assessment (Word Document)

Creating a Balanced Assessment documents:
1) Reference Sheet

2) Blank Chart for "Analyzing/Creating a Balanced Assessment"

3) Rubric for Quality Assessment

Supporting All Students (UDL):

*See home page for additional UDL resources

Sample Lesson Plans (by Domain)



Expressions and Equations (Exponent Lessons)

Instructional Strategies and Tasks

Open-Ended Warm-Up Questions
(Teacher created, Dec. 2013)

Number Line Tasks
(Teacher created, Mar. 2014)
8th Grade BM Item (2013-14): Classifying Solutions(8.EE.7)

8th Grade Units of Study (Created 2012-2013)

8th Grade Unit of Study of **Exponents**

(Complete with cover page, lesson sequence,
individual lessons, and assessments)

8th Grade Unit of Study on **Linear Functions**

(Complete with cover page, lesson sequence,
individual lessons, and assessments)

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