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Use algebra to solve geometry problems. Review angle properties for angles on a straight line, angles in a triangle, complementary, supplementary, interior, exterior and opposite angles. 

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Compare data sets using measures of central tendency. Find measures of central tendency from line plots. Find the missing value in a data set, given the mean. 

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Determine if there is a positive, negative or no correlation for data. Draw a line of best fit. Use scatter plots to make predictions. 

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Write both terminating and repeating decimals as fractions. Write fractions as decimals. 

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Compare and order rational and irrational numbers and solve problems with irrational numbers. 

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Write numbers in scientific notation, and convert between scientific notation and standard form. Compare numbers written in scientific notation. 

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Use scientific notation in calculations and solve problems with numbers written in scientific notation. Compare numbers written in scientific notation. 

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Students will be able to define and identify direct and indirect characterization. 

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Students will be able to define and identify types of plot conflict, including character vs. character, character vs. self, character vs. nature, and character vs. society. 

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Students will be able to use and interpret descriptive language. 

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Students will be able to correctly define, spell, and use grade appropriate vocabulary. 

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

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

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Students will be able to define, identify, and rewrite sentences with misplaced and dangling modifiers. 

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

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

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