Math 563100 Curriculum Outline
Textbook: Nelson Mathematics supplementing from Math Quest and Panoramath Book A and B.
CVR Grade 7 Workbook
The two competencies of the Math program are:
1. To solve a situational problem
2. To use mathematical reasoning
* See below for detailed description and weighting of competencies.
Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on standardized tests, quizzes, assignments and situational problems.
Homework: Students can expect to have ~ 30 minutes per Math period to be completed for the next Math period.
Topics covered by chapter:
Chapter 1: Factors & Exponents
Chapter 2: Ratio, Rate & Percent
Chapter 3: Data Management
Chapter 4: Patterns & Relationships
Chapter 5: 2D Measurement
Chapter 6: Integers
Chapter 7: 2D Geometry
Chapter 8: Variables, Expressions & Equations
Chapter 9: Fraction Operations
COURSE NAME:

Grade 7 Mathematics

LEVEL:

Cycle 1, Year 1

COURSE CODE:

563100

PERIODS PER CYCLE:

6

TEACHER:

EMAIL ADDRESS:


Cynthia Morrison Gallinger

cmorrison@nfsb.qc.ca








Subject Area Competencies:
1.

Solves a Situational Problem
(a complex task that involves multiple steps and may have numerous solutions)

30%

 The student must be familiar with the steps for solving a situational problem:
 o
 o The student represents the problem using mathematical models
 o The student works out a solution
 o The student validates the solution
 o
 The student must be able to identify information from different types of representations such as graphs, tables of value, word problems etc.
 The student must be able to represent a situational problem using a graph, table of values, equation etc.
 The student should be able to work out a solution using appropriate methods.
 The student should be able to check the solution to the problem and justify all steps in the procedure.
 The student should be able to clearly explain the solution either in written form or orally.

Evaluation Activity Types in this competency:
 All activities that involve solving a situational problems

2.

Uses Mathematical Reasoning
(the student applies appropriate concepts and processes from a given context)

70%

 The student should be able to make connections and relationships between concepts and processes.
 The student should be able to select and evaluate the suitability of the process.
 The student should be able to choose an appropriate representation and follow a logical sequence of steps.

Evaluation Activity Types in this competency:
Conjectures, Validation questions, Application questions

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