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Types of Sentences

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Students will be able to define and identify simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences.

Irrelevant Information

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Students will be able to identify irrelevant information included in a passage or text.

Organizational Patterns

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Students will be able to define and identify organizational patterns of texts, including cause and effect, comparison and contrast, sequential, problem and solution, and descriptive patterns.

Evaluating Internet Resources

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Students will be able to evaluate internet sources for validity and check for instances of bias.

Comparing Themes Across Genres

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Students will be able to identify and compare similar themes across different literary genres.

Six Types of Context Clues

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Students will use context clues to understand the meanings of unknown words.

Persuasion and Propaganda

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Students will be able to define propaganda and identify instances of it in advertising and media.

Theoretical & Experimental Probability

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Compare experimental and theoretical probabilities.

Dividing Fractions & Mixed Numbers

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Dividing fractions and mixed numbers. Apply to contextual problems.

Systems of Equations

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Solve systems of equations by graphing. Solve contextual problems using systems of equations.

Volume of Prisms & Cylinders

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Find the volume of prisms and cylinders. Apply to contextual problems.

Adding & Subtracting Integers

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Add and subtract integers in real-life situations including temperature, bank account balances and sea level.

Small Squares black

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A background with small squares

Rectangular Panes black

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A background with rectangular panes.

Squares black

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A background with squares.

Multiples & Least Common Multiples

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Review multiples. Find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers. Solve problems using multiples and LCM.