6 - Example Cycle Plan - TCDSB
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Activity No.StrandTopicOverall ExpectationActivity/LessonNotesLesson and Practice Package
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1Measurement and GeometryRelationship between volume expressions for various shapesSolve problems involving the measurements of two-dimensional shapes and the volumes of three-dimensional figuresPrisms and PyramidsStudents will work through the 3 Act problems to determine the relationship between the volume of a pyramid and prism and the volume of a cone and cylinder
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2Measurement and GeometryVolume of CylindersSolve problems involving the measurements of two-dimensional shapes and the volumes of three-dimensional figuresTubs, Tubs, Tubs Day 1 Students will figure out the volume of the cylinders, converting from inches cubed to L
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3Measurement and GeometryArea of Composite ShapesSolve problems involving the measurements of two-dimensional shapes and the volumes of three-dimensional figuresTubs, Tubs, Tubs Day 2 Students will determine the area of composite shapes (classroom, hallway, or any other space you'd like)
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4Number Sense and AlgebraUnit Rates, PercentsSolve problems using proportional reasoningTubs, Tubs, Tubs Day 3 Students use a ratio to determine the number of tubs needed, the percentage of the budget used, and total cost (including tax)
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5AssessmentVolume, Area of Composite Shapes
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6Linear RelationsTable of Values, Modelling Linear RelationsDemonstrate an understanding of constant rate of change and its connection to linear relationsStacking Paper Students use unit rates to determine the amount of paper needed to reach the ceiling
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7Linear RelationsDirect vs. Partial VariationDetermine characteristics of linear relationsStacking Paper Sequel
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8Linear RelationsScatter Plots, RelationshipsApply data-management techniques to investigate relationships between two variablesPumpkin TimebombStudents gather data from their classmates and/or other schools then use a scatter plot to determine a correlation or relationship
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9Linear RelationsModelling Linear RelationsSkill Practice Day (Review)Review of the following concepts: unit rates, tables of values, and graphsNo lesson
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10AssessmentLinear Relations
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11Measurement and GeometryPythagorean TheoremSolve problems involving the measurements of two-dimensional shapes and the volumes of three-dimensional figuresSnail's Pace Students will use the diagonal to figure out the dimensions of the TVPythagorean Theorem
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12Measurement and GeometryIntroduction to Angles Determine, through investigation facilitated by dynamic geometry software, geometric
properties and relationships involving two-dimensional shapes, and apply the results to
solving problem
Desmos Laser Challenge Students will use the challenge to gain a deeper understanding of angles (obtuse, acute, right)
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13Number Sense and AlgebraProportions, RatesSolve problems using proportional reasoningWater Tank Filling How long will it take to fill up a tank with water? Students will use their knowledge of prisms to find the volume of an unusual shape and apply their understanding of unit rates to find the solution to this problem.
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14Measurement and GeometryAngle Theorems, Pythagorean TheoremDetermine, through investigation facilitated by dynamic geometry software, geometric
properties and relationships involving two-dimensional shapes, and apply the results to
solving problem
Geogebra InvestigationsThis activity involves three Geogebra activities to lead students through investigating angle theorems, angles in triangles and polygons, and angles in transversals. Student handouts accompany each investigation so that students can easily follow
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15AssessmentAngle Theorems, Pythagorean Theorem
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16Culminating Assessment for Cycle
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