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Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08
Course Syllabus Template

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *2.0
timeline:
B.6* Students will determine reasonableness of Use a variety of
determine measurements

directly (ruler, protractor, D.2* Students will select and use tools with
compass) and to determine appropriate degree of precision to
determine measurements directly. reasonableness of answers.
When students apply
technology, e.g., computers
and graphing calculators,
they will interpret results
appropriately.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *3.0
timeline:
E.1* Students will organize, display, compare Use data in a variety of
and interpret data in a variety of ways in formats to summarize,
mathematical and real-world contexts, e.g.,
predict, and analyze real-
histograms, line graphs, stem-and-leaf
world applications. plots, scatter plots, box and whiskers, bar
charts, Venn diagrams, tables, circle
graphs.

E.2* Students will interpret, analyze and make
predictions from organized and displayed
data, e.g., measures of central tendency,
measures of variation such as standard
deviation, mean, median, mode, range,
dispersion, outliers, line of best fit,
percentiles.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *4.0
timeline:
E.3* Students will analyze, evaluate and critique Use a variety of counting
methods and conclusions of statistical methods to identify all
experiments, e.g., randomness, sampling,
possible occurrences of techniques, surveys.
events. Apply this
information to analyze, E.4* Students will determine the likelihood of
occurrence of simple and complex events, critique, and predict the
e.g., combinations and permutations, results of statistical
fundamental counting principle, experiments.
experimental versus theoretical probability
and independent, dependent and
conditional probability.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *5.0
timeline:
B.1* Students will compare and order real Compare, perform, explain
numbers. and evaluate mathematical
B.2* Students will analyze and solve problems operations (+, -, *, /,
using percents.
exponents, roots) and B.3* Students will apply proportional reasoning
properties on real numbers, and ratios in mathematical and real-world
contexts. emphasizing: negative and
B.4* Students will compare, perform and positive numbers; ratios,
explain operations on real numbers with proportions and percents;
and without context, e.g., transitivity, rate
and exponents and roots in of change, exponential functions, scientific
mathematical and real-world notation, roots, powers, reciprocals,
absolute value, ratios, proportions, applications.
percents.
B.5* Students will select and use appropriate
properties, computational procedures, and
modes of representation with and without
context, e.g., simple and compound
interest, commission, percents,
proportions.
F.6* Students will demonstrate understanding
of properties by evaluating and simplifying
expressions.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *6.0
timeline:
B.5* Students will select and use appropriate Identify, describe, and use
properties, computational procedures, and formulas to solve real-world
modes of representation with and without
measurement problems such context, e.g., simple and compound
as interest, perimeter, area, interest, commission, percents,
and volume. proportions.
D.3* Students will determine the perimeter/area
of two-dimensional figures.
D.4* Students will determine the surface
area/volume of three-dimensional figures.
D.7* Students will use formulas in applications,
e.g., distance formula, simple and
compound interest.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *7.0
timeline:
F.1* Students will describe, recognize, Use tables, graphs,
interpret, and translate graphical equations and formulas to
representations of mathematical and real-
describe relationships world phenomena on coordinate grids,
between and amongst e.g., slope, intercepts, rate of change,
variables. linear and non-linear functions, and
functions.
F.2* Students will analyze, generalize and
represent patterns of change, e.g., direct
and inverse variations, including
numerical sequences, patterns to a given
term, algebraic expressions and
equations.
F.5* Students will translate between different
representations and describe the
relationship among variable quantities in a
problem, e.g., tables, graphs, functional
notations, formulas.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *8.0
timeline:
C.7* Students will use the two-dimensional Use the two-dimensional
rectangular coordinate system to describe coordinate system to
and characterize properties of geometric
analyze, generalize and figures. Identify and apply symmetry about
represent algebraic an axis.
properties in mathematical C.8* Students will use the two-dimensional
rectangular coordinate system and algebraic and real-world applications.
procedures to describe and characterize
geometric properties and relationships, e.g.,
slope, intercepts, parallelism and
perpendicularity, Pythagorean Theorem,
distance formula.
F.1* Students will describe, recognize, interpret,
and translate graphical representations of
mathematical and real-world phenomena on
coordinate grids, e.g., slope, intercepts, rate
of change, linear and non-linear functions,
functions.
F.2* Students will analyze, generalize and
represent patterns of change, e.g., direct
and inverse variations, including numerical
sequences, patterns to a given term,
algebraic expressions and equations.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *9.0
timeline:
Model and solve F.3* Students will solve linear and quadratic
equations, linear inequalities and systems mathematical and real-world
of linear equations and inequalities. applications that can be
F.4* Students will model and solve a variety of
represented by linear and
mathematical and real-world problems by
systems of equations, linear using algebraic expressions, equations,
inequalities, and quadratic and inequalities, e.g., linear, exponential,
F.7* Students will demonstrate understanding
of properties by solving linear and
and systems of linear equations and
inequalities with one or two variables.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *10.0
timeline:
F.2* Students will analyze, generalize and Evaluate information, analyze
represent patterns of change, e.g., direct patterns, identify relationships,
and inverse variation, including numerical
and represent them using sequences, patterns to a given term,
algebraic expressions, functions, algebraic expressions and equations.
and equations, e.g., linear,
F.4* Students will model and solve a variety of exponential, and quadratic,
mathematical and real-world problems by recognizing that a family of
using algebraic expressions, equations, functions can model a variety of
and inequalities, e.g., linear, exponential,

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.

Course: Algebra / Geometry
2007-08

Time MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Assessment Descriptors / Curriculum Targeted
Frame Standards Specifications Units District
(textbook / CABS
lessons,
supplementary
materials)
Suggested Learning Target *11.0
timeline:
Explain and use the
C.2* Students will present convincing
Pythagorean Theorem and
geometric arguments by means of
right triangle trigonometry as informal proof, counter-examples or other
models to solve a variety of logical means.
C.3* Students will model problems using the right triangle problems in
Pythagorean Theorem and right triangle real-world applications.
trigonometry.

C.4* Students will use proportional reasoning
to solve congruence and similarity
problems (e.g., scale drawings and similar
geometric figures).
D.6* Students will use right triangle
trigonometry functions and the
Pythagorean Theorem to solve right
triangle problems.

Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898.