Eighth Grade Mathematics
Scope and Sequence
with Resources
1^{st}. Nine Weeks 
Blue Print Objective 
Tennessee Standard 
Resources 
Assessment 
Week 1 Mid Week 3
Chapter 1
Integers 
8.1.1.i. use appropriate
mathematical language and symbols to express numerical
relationships (e.g., <, >, =,
³ )
8.1.1.l. demonstrate understanding
of opposites, reciprocals, and integers
8.1.1.m. identify the opposite of a
rational number
8.1.1.n. use concrete, pictorial,
and symbolic representations of integers
8.1.2.a. understand the meaning and
effects of arithmetic operations with fractions, decimals, and
integers
8.1.2.b. apply the associative and
commutative properties of addition and multiplication to
simplify computations with integers, fractions, and decimals
8.1.2.d. apply order of operations
in computing with rational numbers
8.1.2.e. understand and use the
inverse relationships of addition and subtraction,
multiplication and division, and squaring and finding square
roots to simplify computations and solve problems
8.1.3.a. select and use appropriate
methods and tools for computing with whole numbers, fractions,
decimals, percents, and integers in problemsolving situations
(e.g., mental computation, estimation, calculators, computers,
paper and pencil)
8.1.3.b. develop and analyze
procedures for computing with fractions, decimals, and integers
8.1.3.e. solve onestep realworld
problems involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and
percents
8.1.3.g. solve multistep realworld
problems involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and
percents
8.2.2.c. use symbolic algebra to
represent situations and solve problems
8.2.2.f. evaluate a firstdegree
algebraic expression given values for two or more variables;
8.2.2.g. solve one and twostep
linear equations involving integers 
8.1 spi 1,2,8,11
8.2 spi 2,3 
Plotting Points  3 levels
AAA Math  Reciprocals
Looking for Top Quark
Absurd Math Integer Games
Line Jumper Negatives and Positives
Order of Operations
Order of Operations puzzle
Word Problems with Decimals
Mrs. Glossers Math Goodies Order of Operations
Regents Prep Order of Operations
FunBrain Finding Percents
Graphs of Linear Equations Slope and Intercept 
Chapter 1 Assessment

Mid Week 3 Mid Week 6
Chapter 2
Rational Numbers 
8.1.1.k. recognize and use
exponential, scientific, and calculator notation to represent
large numbers in realworld situations
8.1.1.m. identify the opposite of a
rational number
8.1.2.a. understand the meaning and
effects of arithmetic operations with fractions, decimals, and
integers
8.1.3.a. select and use appropriate
methods and tools for computing with whole numbers, fractions,
decimals, percents, and integers in problemsolving situations
(e.g., mental computation, estimation, calculators, computers,
paper and pencil)
8.1.3.b. develop and analyze
procedures for computing with fractions, decimals, and integers
8.2.3.a. use a variety of
representations to solve realworld problems (e.g., graphs,
tables, equations) 
8.1.spi.1,2,10
8.2.spi.1,3
8.4.spi.5 
Scientific Notation
Math Problem Solving
8th Grade Word Problems
Math Playground Challenge
Escape From Knabb  Finances
Multiplying Fractions
Division Fractions 
Chapter 2 Assessment
Middle of Week 6 
Mid Week 6 Mid Week 8
Chapter 3
Operations with Real Numbers and Pythagorean Theorem 
8.1.1.a recognize the place value
of a given digit
8.1.1.c. determine the square root
of perfect squares
8.1.1.d. use a variety of models to
demonstrate the relationships within the real number system
(e.g., Venn diagrams, webs)
8.1.1.g. connect whole numbers,
fractions, decimals, percents and integers to locations on the
number line
8.1.2. e. understand and use the
inverse relationships of addition and subtraction,
multiplication and division, and squaring and finding square
roots to simplify computations and solve problems
8.3.1.g. develop understanding of
the Pythagorean theorem.
8.4.2.i. solve realworld problems
using the Pythagorean Theorem

8.1.spi.4,5
8.2.spi.7
8.4.spi.9

Number Cop  Square Roots
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Pythagorean Theorem

Chapter 3 Assessment
Middle of Week 8 
Mid Week 8 Mid Week 10
Chapter 4
Proportions, Algebra, & Geometry

8.1.1.j. understand and use ratios
and proportions to represent quantitative relationships
8.1.3. h. develop, analyze, and
explain methods for solving problems involving proportions
(e.g., scaling, finding equivalent ratios)
8.1.3.i. calculate rates involving
cost per unit to determine the best buy.
8.2.2.b. develop meaning for
intercept and slope;
8.2.4.b. develop meaning for rate of
change in realworld situations.
8.3.1.e. understand relationships
among the angles and side lengths of similar geometric figures
8.3.3.a. describe sizes, positions,
and orientations of shapes under transformations (e.g.,
rotations, translations, reflections, dilations);
8.3.4. use visualization, spatial
reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems.
8.3.6. apply relationships among
angles and side lengths of similar geometric figures.

8.1.spi.3,9
8.2.spi.8
8.3.spi.4,6 
Solving Percent Problems Using the Proportion Method
Understanding Rational Numbers and Proportions
Slope PowerPoint Lesson
National Library of Virtual ManipulativesTransformations 
Chapter 4 Assessment
Middle of Week 10 
Mid Week 10 Week 13
Chapter 5
Percent

8.1.1.h.
develop meaning for percents greater than 100 and less than one;
8.1.1.e.
work flexibly with
fractions, decimals, and percents to solve problems;
8.1.1.f.
compare and order fractions, decimals, and percents;
8.1.1.i.
use appropriate mathematical language and symbols to express
numerical relationships (e.g., <, >, =, ³ );
8.1.2 compare rational numbers using
the appropriate symbol (<, >, =)
8.1.3.c.
develop and use strategies
to estimate the results of rational number computations in
realworld situations;
8.1.3.g.
solve multistep realworld
problems involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and
percents;

8.1.spi.2,8
8.2.spi.7 
Compare Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Math At the Mall  Percentages

Chapter 5 Assessment 
Week 14 Mid Week 16
Chapter 6
Geometry 
8.3.1.a.
describe, classify, and understand relationships among types of
two and threedimensional objects using their defining
properties;
8.3.1.b.
understand relationships among the angles (e.g., complementary,
supplementary, interior, exterior, vertical, corresponding);
8.1.3.c.
solve problems using angle relationships (e.g., complementary,
supplementary, interior, exterior, vertical, corresponding);
8.3.1.d.
determine the measure of
an angle of a triangle given the measures of the other two
angles;
8.1.3.f.
determine congruence of line segments, angles, and polygons by
direct comparison of given attributes;
8.3.3.a.
describe sizes, positions,
and orientations of shapes under transformations (e.g.,
rotations, translations, reflections, dilations);
8.3.3.b.
relate symmetry and congruence to reflections about a line.
8.3.4.a.
use appropriate tools and methods to draw geometric objects with
specified properties, (e.g., side lengths, angle measure);
8.3.4.d.
recognize and apply
geometric ideas and relationships such as tessellations in areas
outside the mathematics classroom (e.g., art, science, everyday
life)

8.3.spi.1,3,5,8 
Angles, Lines and Measuring Angles
Woodlands Measure Skills
Links to Geometry parallel, congruent, etc.
Note: Combine Lessons 6.6 and 6.7
Combine Lessons 6.8 and 6.9
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Congruent Triangles
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives  Tessellations 
Chapter 6 Assessment 
Chapter 7
Geometry: Measuring Area & Volume
Cover Lessons 7.1, 7.2, & 7.3 before Christmas Break
Complete Chapter 7 by Christmas Break 
8.3.1.a.
describe, classify, and understand relationships among types of
two and threedimensional objects using their defining
properties;
8.4.1.c.
understand, select, and use units of appropriate size and type
to measure angles, perimeter, areas, surface area, and volume.
8.4.2.a.
use a variety of
strategies to estimate length, perimeter, circumference, area,
and volume;
8.4.2.c.
apply formulas and/or other strategies to solve problems
involving perimeter, circumference of circles, and the area of
triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, and circles;
8.4.2.d.
find area of complex and irregular shapes;
8.4.2.e.
apply given formulas to find volume of selected prisms and
cylinders;
8.4.2.f.
compare and contrast the volumes of a variety of geometric
solids;

8.2.spi.7
8.3.spi.1
8.4.spi.1,3,4,6,7 
Threedimensional Figures Cylinders, Cones and Spheres
Note: Omit Lesson 7.9
Glencoe  Area of Complex Figures
Volume Formulas

Chapter 7 Assessment 
Week 19 Week 21
Chapter 8
Probability

8.5.1.a.
formulate questions, design studies, and collect realworld data
for investigations using a variety of collection methods (e.g.,
random sampling, simulations);
8.5.3.a.
make conjectures and
predictions based on data;
8.5.3.d.
determine an appropriate sample to test a hypothesis;
8.5.3.e.
make conjectures to formulate new questions for future studies.
8.5.4.a.
develop meaning of
mutually exclusive events;
8.5.4.b.
connect the symbolic representation of a probability to an
experiment;
8.5.4.c.
use a variety of methods to compute probabilities for compound
events (e.g., multiplication, organized lists, tree diagrams,
area models);
8.5.4.d.
distinguish between theoretical and experimental probability;
8.5.4.e.
find the probability of dependent and independent events

8.1.spi.3
8.5.spi.1,5,6 
Note: Omit Lessons 8.3 and 8.4 until
Year End
Tutorials for Probability
Probability and Sports Lesson
Probability in Action
Probability Spinner
Working with Single and Compound Events
Theoretical and Experimental Probability

Chapter 8 Assessment 
Week 22 Week 25
Chapter 9
Statistics & Matrices 
8.5.1.b.
select, create, and use appropriate graphical representations of
realworld data (e.g., histograms, box plots, scatterplots).
8.5.2.a.
find, use, and interpret measures of center and spread (e.g.,
mean, interquartile range);
8.5.2.b.
develop meaning for
frequency, distribution, and outliers;
8.5.2.c.
discuss and understand the relationship between data sets and
their graphical representations (e.g., bar graphs, line graphs,
circle graphs, histograms, stemandleaf plots, box plots,
scatter plots).
8.5.3.b.
recognize misleading
presentations of data;

8.5.spi.2,3,4,8 
Create a Graph
Printable teacher and student activity sheetsall skills
Data Picking
Ideas to teach graphing

Chapter 9 Assessment 
Week 26 Week 29
Chapter 10
Algebra: Linear & Nonlinear Functions 
8.2.2.a. formulate multistep
equations that represent relationships and realworld
situations;
8.2.2.g. solve one and twostep linear equations
involving integers;
8.2.2.j. solve onestep linear
inequalities;
8.2.2.l. identify the graphical
representation of the solution to a onevariable linear
inequality;

8.2.spi.9,10 
Note: Combine Lessons 10.6 and 10.7 if
needed
Solving Linear Inequalities


Week 30 Week 31
Chapter 11
Algebra: Linear Functions 
8.2.1.a. represent, analyze, and
generalize a variety of patterns with tables, graphs, words, and
when possible symbolic rules;
8.2.1.b. develop understanding for
arithmetic and geometric sequences;
8.2.1.c. relate and compare
different forms of representation for a relationship;
8.2.1.e. compare and contrast
properties of functions from tables, graphs, or equations.
8.2.2.b. develop meaning for
intercept and slope;
8.2.2.d. use a variety of forms to
represent linear relationships;
8.2.2.g. solve one and twostep
linear equations involving integers;
8.2.2.h. use a variety of methods to
solve realworld problems involving multistep linear equations
(e.g., manipulatives, technology, pencil and paper);
8.2.2.k. identify the graph of a
linear equation;
8.2.2.m. develop understanding for
particular values of patterns, relationships, and functions
(e.g., x and y intercepts, slope, maximum and minimum values).
8.2.3.a. use a variety of
representations to solve realworld problems (e.g., graphs,
tables, equations).
8.2.4.a. compare linear
relationships to nonlinear relationships;

8.2.spi.1,4,11
8.5.spi.4 
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Fibonacci Sequence
Planet Hop  graphing coordinates

Chapter 11 Assessment 
Complete by Week 36
Chapter 12
Algebra: Nonlinear Functions & Polynomials 
8.2.5. generate equivalent forms for
simple algebraic expressions
8.2.7. apply given formulas to solve
realworld problems 
8.2.spi.5 

Chapter 12 Assessment 






*Note: Please take into consideration
of TCAP testing around the 32^{nd} week. 




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