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8th Grade ELA Scope and Sequence1st Quarter2nd Quarter3rd Quarter4th QuarterLiterature Plot Character Developmentand Characterization Conflict Setting Point of View Inferences AnalysisLiteratureExpand on 1st quarter andadd. Theme Mood Tone SymbolLiteratureExpand on 1st and 2ndquarters and add Types of Character Figurative language Foreshadowing Irony SuspenseLiteratureExpand on previous quartersInformational Text Supplemental textsInformational Text Supplemental texts Locate main ideas SummarizingInformational Text Supplemental texts Author’s purpose Analyze claims andargumentsInformational Text Using various forms ofmedia to discuss thesame topic Texts used for researchprojectLanguage Review capitalization,punctuation, run-ons,and fragmentsLanguage Grammar: As needed Commas, ellipses, anddashes Verbals Verb Moods (CCSSLanguage 1c and d)Language Grammar: As neededLanguage Grammar: As needed

8th Grade Writing and Speaking/Listening Scope and Sequence1st QuarterWriting2nd QuarterWriting3rd QuarterWriting4th /Short andInformative/Explanatory Introduce characters Introduce claim(s) to Extended Responses to Introduce a topic;and organize ansupport an argument Text (Literaryorganize ideas,event sequenceand organize theReflection/Analysis)concepts, and(W.8.3a)reasons and Draw evidence frominformation, using Use narrativeevidence clearlyliterary texts tostrategies such astechniques including(W8.1a)support analysis anddefinition,dialogue, pacing and Support claim(s) withreflection/Applyclassification,descriptive details toclear reasons andgrade 8 Readingcomparison/contrast,develop events orrelevant evidence,standards toand cause/effectshow responses ofusing credibleliterature (e.g.,(W.8.2a)characters (W.8.3b)sources and“Compare and Support the topic Use appropriatedemonstrating ancontrast texts inwith facts, concretetransitional words tounderstanding of thedifferent forms ordetails, definitions,convey sequence oftopic or text (W.8.1b)genres [e.g., storiesquotations, orevents and shifts in Use words, phrases,and poems; historicalexamples (W.8.2b)setting (W.8.3c)and clauses to clarifynovels and fantasy Use appropriate Use exact words andthe relationshipsstories] in terms oftransitional words tophrases, descriptiveamong claim(s) andtheir approaches tolink writing and showdetails, and sensoryreasons (W.8.1c)similar themes andrelationships amonglanguage to show a Establish andtopics”).(W.8.9a)ideas and conceptswell-structuredmaintain a formal Routinely write for a(W.8.2c)narrative (W.8.3d)style (W8.1d)specific reason or Use precise Write a conclusion to Provide a concludingaudience (W.8.10)language, exactsupport the narrativestatement or sectionvocabulary, and(W.8.3e)that follows from the Synthesis using literaturedomain specificand informational textsterms to inform or

Produce clear andcoherent writing(W.8.4) Use the writingprocess by editingwith differenttechniques (W.8.5) Use technology toproduce and publishwriting (W.8.6)argument presented(W.8.1e) Produce clear andcoherent writing(W.8.4) Use the writingprocess by editingwith differenttechniques (W.8.5) Use technology toproduce and publishwriting (W.8.6)Journals/Short andExtended Reponses toText (LiteraryReflection/Analysis) Draw evidence fromliterary texts tosupport analysis andreflection/Applygrade 8 Readingstandards toliterature (e.g.,“Compare andcontrast texts indifferent forms orgenres [e.g., storiesand poems; historicalnovels and fantasystories] in terms oftheir approaches to Draw evidence fromexplain a topicliterary or(W.8.2d)informational texts to Establish andsupport analysis,maintain a formalreflection, andstyle (W.8.2e)research. Apply Write a conclusiongrade 8 Readingthat supports thestandards toinformative/explanatoliterature (e.g.,ry piece (W8.2f)“Compare and Produce clear andcontrast a fictionalcoherent writingportrayal of a time,(W.8.4)place, or character Use the writingand a historicalprocess by editingaccount of the samewith differentperiod as a means oftechniques (W.8.5)understanding how Use technology toauthors of fiction useproduce and publishor alter history”)writing (W.8.6)(W.8.9a) Apply grade 8Reading standards to Group Research Project Conduct shortliterary nonfictionresearch projects to(e.g. “Trace andanswer a question,evaluate thedrawing on severalargument andsources andspecific claims in arefocusing the inquirytext, assessingwhen appropriatewhether the(W.8.7)reasoning is sound Gather relevantand the evidence isinformation fromrelevant and

similar themes andtopics”).(W.8.9a) Routinely write for aspecific reason oraudience (W.8.10)sufficient to supportthe claims”) (W.8.9b)multiple print anddigital sources;assess the credibilityof each source; andquote or paraphrasethe data andconclusions of otherswhile avoidingplagiarism andproviding basicbibliographicinformation forsources (W.8.8) Draw evidence frominformational texts tosupport analysis,reflection, andresearch/Apply grade8 Reading standardsto literary nonfiction(e.g., “Trace andevaluate theargument andspecific claims in atext, distinguishingclaims that aresupported byreasons andevidence from claimsthat are not”)(W.8.9b)

Speaking/Listening Class discussions Group discussions(Socratic discussions,Literature Circles,reciprocal teaching) Partner discussions(Think-Pair-Share, Turnand Talks, ClockPartners) Presentation Skills(PVLEGS)Speaking/ListeningExpand from 1st QuarterSpeaking/ListeningExpand from 1st QuarterSpeaking/Listening Expand from 1st Quarter Presentation of researchproject

8th Grade Math Scope and Sequence1st Quarter2nd Quarter3rd Quarter4th QuarterReal Numbers and thePythagorean Theorem7.1: Finding Square Roots(8.EE.2)7.2: Finding Cube Roots(8.EE.2)7.3: Pythagorean Theorem(8.EE.2, 8.G.6, 8.G.7, 8.G.8)7.4: Approximating SquareRoots/Irrational Numbers(8.NS.1, 8.NS.2, 8.EE.2)Transformations2.1: Congruent Figures(8.G.2)2.2: Translations (8.G.1,8.G.2, 8.G.3)2.3: Reflections (8.G.1, 8.G.2,8.G.3)2.4: Rotations (8.G.1, 8.G.2,8.G.3)2.5: Similar Figures (8.G.4)2.6: Perimeters and Areas ofSimilar Figures (8.G.4)2.7: Dilations (8.G.3, 8.G.4)Writing Linear Equations4.6: Writing Equations inSlope-Intercept Form (8.F.4)4.7: Writing Equations inPoint-Slope Form (8.F.4)Volume and Surface Area8.1: Volumes of Cylinders(8.G.9)8.2: Volumes of Cones(8.G.9)8.3: Volumes of Spheres(8.G.9)8.4: Surface Areas andVolumes of Similar Solids(8.G.9)EquationsInteger Review1.1: Solving SimpleEquations (8.EE.7a,7b)1.2: Solving Multi-StepEquations (8.EE.7a,7b)1.3: Solving Equations withVariables on Both Sides(8.EE.7a,7b)Angles and Triangles3.1: Parallel Lines andTransversals (8.G.5)3.2: Angles of Triangles(8.G.5)3.3: Angles of Polygons(8.G.5)3.4: Using Similar Triangles(8.G.5)Systems of LinearEquations5.1: Solving Systems ofLinear Equations byGraphing (8.EE.8a,8b,8c)5.2: Solving Systems ofEquations by Substitution(8.EE.8b,8c)5.3: Solving Systems ofEquations by Elimination(8.EE.8b,8c)5.4: Solving Special Systemsof Linear Equations(8.EE.8a,8b,8c)Data Analysis and Displays9.1: Scatter Plots (8.SP.1)9.2: Lines of Fit (8.SP.1,8.SP.2, 8.SP.3)9.3: Two-Way Tables(8.SP.4)9.4: Choosing a Data Display(8.SP.1)

Graphing Linear Equations4.1: Graphing LinearEquations (8.EE.5)4.2: Slope of a Line (8.EE.6)4.3: Graphing ProportionalRelationships (8.EE.5,8.EE.6)4.4: Graphing LinearEquations in Slope-InterceptForm (8.EE.6)4.5: Graphing LinearEquations in Standard Form(8.EE.6)Functions6.1: Relations and Functions(8.F.1)6.2: Representations ofFunctions (8.F.1)6.3: Linear Functions (8.F.2,8.F.3, 8.F.4)6.4: Comparing Linear andNonlinear Functions (8.F.3)6.5: Analyzing and SketchingGraphs (8.F.5)Exponents and ScientificNotation10.1: Exponents10.2: Product of PowersProperty10.3: Quotes of PowersProperty10.4: Zero and NegativeExponents10.5: Reading ScientificNotation10.6: Writing ScientificNotation10.7: Operations in ScientificNotation

8th Grade Algebra I Scope & Sequence1st Quarter2nd Quarter3rd Quarter4th QuarterExponents (Blue) (8.EE.1)Square RootsSolving Linear InequalitiesData Analysis10.1: Exponents10.2: Product of Powers Property10.3: Quotient of Powers Property10.4: Zero and NegativeExponents7.1 (blue): Square Roots (8.EE.2)6.1 (Alg): Properties of SquareRoots (Simplifying Radicals)(N.RN.3)3.1: Writing and GraphingInequalities (A.CED.1, A.CED.3)3.2: Solving Inequalities UsingAddition or Subtraction (A.CED.1,A.CED.3, A.REI.3)3.3: Solving Inequalities UsingMultiplication or Division(A.CED.1, A.CED.3, A.REI.3)3.4: Solving Multi-StepInequalities (A.CED.1, A.CED.3,A.REI.3)(3.5: Graphing Linear Inequalitiesin Two-Variables--if time)(A.REI.12)12.5: Scatter Plots and Lines ofFit (8.SP.1, S.ID.6ac, S.ID.7)12.7: Two-Way Tables (8.SP.4,S.ID.5)Solving Linear Equations(Chapter 1)Graphing and WritingLinear EquationsScientific Notation (Blue)(8.EE.3, 8.EE.4)Polynomial Equations andFactoring1.1: Solving Simple Equations(8.EE.7a,b; A.CED.1, A.REI.1,A.REI.3)1.2: Solving Multi-Step Equations(8.EE.7a,b; A.CED.1, A.REI.1,A.REI.3)1.3: Solving Equations withVariables on Both Sides(8.EE.7a,b; A.CED.1, A.REI.1,A.REI.3)1.4: Rewriting Equations andFormulas (8.EE.7; A.CED.4)2.1: Graphing Linear Equations(8.EE.5; A.CED.2, A.REI.10)2.2: Slope of a Line (8.EE.6;F.IF.4, F.IF.6)4.3 (blue): Graphing ProportionalRelationships (8.EE.5, 8.EE.6)2.3: Graphing Linear Equations inSlope-Intercept Form (8.EE.6;A.CED.2, A.REI.10, F.IF.4)2.4: Graphing Linear Equations inStandard Form (8.EE.6; A.CED.2,A.REI.10, F.IF.4)10.5: Reading Scientific Notation10.6: Writing Scientific Notation10.7: Operations in ScientificNotation7.1: Polynomials (A.SSE.1a)7.2: Adding and SubtractingPolynomials (A.APR.1)7.3: Multiplying Polynomials(A.APR.1)7.4: Special Products ofPolynomials (A.APR.1)7.5: Solving Polynomial Equationsin Factored Form (A.REI.4b)7.6: Factoring Polynomials Usingthe GCF (A.REI.4b, A.SSE.3a)7.7: Factoring x 2 bx c(A.REI.4b, A.SSE.3a)

7.8: Factoring ax 2 bx c(A.REI.4b, A.SSE.3a)7.9: Factoring Special Products(A.REI.4b, A.SSE.2, A.SSE.3a)2.5: Writing Equations inSlope-Intercept Form (8.F.4; 8.F.3,A.CED.2, A.CED.3)2.6: Writing Equations inPoint-Slope Form (8.F.4; A.CED.2,A.REI.10, F.IF.4, F.IF.6)2.7: Solving Real-Life Problems(8.F.4, A.CED.2, F.IF.4)Pythagorean Theorem(8.EE.2, 8.G.6, 8.G.7, 8.G.8)Solving Systems of LinearEquationsData AnalysisVolume andTransformations (Review)(8.G.9, 8.G.1, 8.G.2, 8.G.3,8.G.4)12.1: Measures of CentralTendency (S.ID.2, S.ID.3)12.3: Box-and-Whisker Plots(S.ID.1, S.ID.2, S.ID.3)4.1: Solving Systems of LinearEquations by Graphing(8.EE.8abc, A.CED.3, A.REI.6)4.2: Solving Systems of LinearEquations by Substitution(8.EE.8bc, A.CED.3, A.REI.6)4.3: Solving Systems of LinearEquations by Elimination(8.EE.8bc, A.CED.3, A.REI.5,A.REI.6)4.4: Solving Special Systems ofLinear Equations (8.EE.8abc,A.CED.3, A.REI.6)(4.5: Systems of LinearInequalities--if time) (A.CED.3,A.REI.12)Quadratic Formula9.4: Solving Quadratic Equationsusing the Quadratic Formula(A.REI.4ab)Graphing QuadraticEquations8.1: Graphing y ax 2 (F.BF.3)8.2: Focus of a Parabola (F.IF.4)8.3: Graphing y ax 2 c (if time)(F.BF.3)

8.4: Graphing y ax 2 bx c (iftime) (F.BF.3, F.IF.4, F.IF.7a)Linear Functions6.1 (blue): Relations andFunctions (8.F.1)5.1 (Alg): Domain & Range of aFunction (8.F.1, F.IF.1, F.IF.5)6.4 (blue): Comparing Linear &Non-Linear Functions (similar to5.5 (Alg)) (8.F.3, F.LE.1b)6.5 (blue): Analyzing & SketchingGraphs (8.F.5)

8th Grade Science Scope & Sequence1st Quarter2nd Quarter3rd Quarter4th QuarterCell Theory History Structure & function ofcellsTheory of Evolution History Adaptations Natural selection Fossil recordHuman Body Systems circulatory, respiratory,excretory, immune,nervous, endocrine, &reproductive systemsChemistry Atoms & Molecules Chemical bonding Periodic tableOrganism Cells, tissue, organs, organsystemsHuman Body Systems Levels of organization Homeostasis Skeletal & muscularsystems Digestive systemDissection Comparative anatomyChemical Reactions/ChangesCell Processes Photosynthesis Osmosis, Diffusion &Respiration Cell cycle & MitosisGenetics History Probability Punnett squares Meiosis DNA Protein synthesis Mutations Pedigrees Genetic engineeringAcid, Bases, & Solutions

8th American History1st Quarter Pre-Columbian History1. Maya, Inca, & Aztec2. Native AmericansEuropean Heritage1. Silk Road2. Asian & African TradeEuropean Age of Exploration1. The ColumbianExchange2. SpanishConquistadors(Hernando Cortes &Francisco Pizarro)3. Nation Explorers(Dutch, Spanish,English, France)English Colonies1. English Settlements(New England,Middle, & Southern)Economic,Landscapes,Government, andSocial Life.Slave TradePre-Revolutionary War Period1. French & Indian War2. The Sugar Act, TheStamp Act,Declaratory Act, Writsof Assistance, Etc.3. Boston Massacre/TeaParty2nd Quarter Pre-Revolutionary War Period1. French & Indian War2. The Sugar Act, TheStamp Act,Declaratory Act, Writsof Assistance, Etc.3. Boston Massacre/TeaPartyAmerican Revolution1. Continental Congress(1 & 2)2. Patriot/Loyalist3. Battles (Who, What,When, Where, Why)4. Leaders (Who, What,When, Where, Why)5. Declaration ofIndependence6. Articles ofConfederationUnited States Constitution1. ConstitutionalConvention2. Framework ofGovernment (Looseand StrictConstruction)3. Rights andResponsibilities ofCitizenship3rd Quarter Beginnings of the UnitedStates of America1. WashingtonPresidency(Framework)2. Birth of PoliticalParties (Federalist,Antifederalist,Republicans, Etc.)3. French Revolution1. Adam Presidency(Framework)2. The Alien & SeditionActs3. State’s Rights(Virginia andKentucky Resolution)Thomas Jefferson Era1. Revolution of 18002. Marbury v Madison3. The LouisianaPurchase4. War of 1812United States Foreign Policy1. Monroe DoctrineJackson Presidency1. Indian Removal2. States’ Rights andEconomyIllinois Constitution and

8th Grade Writing and Speaking/Listening Scope and Sequence 1 s t Q u a r te r 2 n d Q u a r te r 3 r d Q u a r te r 4 th Q u a r te r Writing N a rra t i ve I n t ro d u ce ch a ra ct e rs a n d o rg a n i ze a n e ve n t se q u e n ce (W . 8 . 3 a ) U se n a rra t i ve t e ch n i q u e s i n cl u d i n g

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