Standards

 

 

8th Grade 
 
                              Common Core Standards                        
1. Properties of Exponents and Scientific Notation…..8.EE.1,8.EE.3,8.EE.4
·         Powers and Exponents
Multiplying and Dividing Powers
Zero and Negative Exponents
Scientific Notation
Operations with Scientific Notation 
2. Linear Equations………………………………………...........…8.EE.7(a,b)
Solving Problems Using Equations
Solving More Complicated Equations
Equations with Infinite or No Solutions
Solving Linear Equations
Solving More Linear Equations
 
3.  Functions……………………………....................................…..8.F.1,8.F.2,8.F.3, 8.F.4, 8.F.5
Developing Sequences
Describing Characteristics of Graphs
Defining and Recognizing Functions
Linear Functions
Using Tables, Graphs, and Equations Part 1
Using Tables, Graphs, and Equations Part 2
 Introduction to Nonlinear Functions
 
4. Rate of Change/Slope……………………..................................8.EE.5,8.EE.6
Determining Rate of Change – Graph
Determining Rate of Change – Table
Determining Rate of Change – Context
Determining Rate of Change - Equation
Determining Y-Intercepts from Various Representations
Determining Rate of Change and Y-Intercept
 
5. Slope-Intercept Form………………….......................................8.F.3,8.EE.5,8.EE.6,8.EE.7b,8.F.3
Analyzing Problem Situations Using Multiple Representations
Interpreting the Standard Form of a Linear Equation
Connecting the Standard Form with the Slope-Intercept Form of Linear Functions
Intervals of Increase, Decrease, and No Change
 
6.    Real Numbers…………………………......................................8.NS.1, 8.NS.2, 8.EE.2
Rational Numbers
Irrational Numbers
Real Numbers and Their Properties
 
7.    Pythagorean Theorem………….......................................……8.G.6, 8.G.7, 8.G.8
Pythagorean Theorem
Converse of Pythagorean Theorem
Solving for Unknown Lengths
Calculating Distance Between Points on the Coordinate Plane
Diagonals in Two Dimensions
Diagonals in Three Dimensions
 
8.    Transformations and Congruence………........................……8.G.1,(a,b,c),8.G.2
Translations Using Geometric Figures
Translation of Linear Functions
Rotations of Geometric Figures on the Coordinate Plane
Reflections of Geometric Figures on the Coordinate Plane
Translations, Rotations, and Reflections of Triangles
Congruent Triangles
 
9.     Transformations and Similarity……….................................….8.G.3,8.G.4,8.EE.6
Dilations of Triangles
10. Line and Angle Relationships…………................................….8.G.5,8.G.1(a,b,c)
Line Relationships
Angle Relationships Formed by Two Intersecting Lines
Angle Relationships Formed by Two Lines Intersected by a Transversal
Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Line Transformations
 
11.  Systems of Linear Equations…….............................................8.EE.8(a,b,c), 8.G.1,8.G.5
Using a Graph to Solve a Linear System
Graphs and Solutions of Linear Systems
Using Substitution to Solve a Linear System, Part I
Using Substitution to Solve a Linear System, Part 2
Using Linear Combinations to Solve a Linear System, Part I
Using Linear Combinations to Solve a Linear System, Part 2
Using the Best Method to Solve a Linear System
 
12. Volume of Cones, Cylinders, and Spheres……............………8.G.9
Volume of a Cylinder
Volume of a Cone
Volume of a Sphere
Using Volume Formulas to Solve Problems
 
13. Scatter Plots (Bivariate Data)………….............................…….8.SP.1,8.SP.2,8.SP.3,8.SP.4
Using Scatter Plots to Display Bivariate Data
Interpreting Patterns in Scatter Plots
Connecting Tables and Scatter Plots for Collected Data
Drawing the Line of Best Fit
Analyzing Lines of Best Fit
Correlation
Scatter Plots and Non-Linear Data
Using Two-Way Tables to Display Two-Variable Data