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7th Grade Math Assessments (7.NS, 7.RP, 7.EE, 7.G, 7.SP)

7th Grade Math Assessments (7.NS, 7.RP, 7.EE, 7.G, 7.SP)

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Included is a pre-test, post-test, and vocabulary quiz for every 7th grade math unit. The tests are aligned to CCSS and EDITABLE (Microsoft Word)!!! Hence, you can change any problem by adding more rigor or keeping it more simple to fit your classroom needs. The content includes:

The Number Sense (7.NS)
• Pre Test
• Post Test
• 1 Vocabulary Quiz
Proportional Relationships (7.RP)
• Pre Test
• Post Test
• 2 Vocabulary Quizzes
Expressions & Equations (7.EE)
• Pre Test
• Post Test
• 1 Vocabulary Quiz
Geometry (7.G)
• Pre Test
• Post Test
• 4 Vocabulary Quizzes
Probability & Statistics (7.SP)
• Pre Test
• Post Test
• 2 Vocabulary Quizzes

The Number System (7.NS)

Students will:

1.) Determine the value of points on a number line.
2.) Use the number line to demonstrate how to add and subtract integers.
3.) Use the number line to demonstrate how to multiply and divide integers.
4.) Use the number line to demonstrate absolute value.
5.) Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.
6.) State the opposite of a number.
7.) Determine the value that makes statements true.
8.) Determine the distance between two numbers.
9.) Rewrite subtraction problems as addition problems.

The vocabulary included is absolute value, reciprocal, numerator, denominator, product, integers, and quotient.

Proportional Relationships (7.RP)

Students will:

1.) Calculate the unit rate given the cost and quantity of items.
2.) Complete a table and graph using the cost and quantity of items.
3.) Calculate of the cost for a certain quantity of the items.
4.) Write an equation that represents the total cost given the number of items purchased.
5.) Determine how many items you can buy given a certain price.
6.) Give a point (x,y) from the graph that represents the unit rate.
7.) Plot points on a graph.
8.) Determine if a graph is proportional and explain their answer.
9.) Calculate discount, markup, sales tax, selling price, simple interest, percent increase, and percent decrease.

The vocabulary included is unit rate, ratio, proportion, slope, rate, scale, scale drawing, sales tax, tip, markup, discount, selling price, and simple interest.

Expressions & Equations (7.EE)

Students will:

1.) Solve one and two step equations.
2.) Solve and graph two step inequalities.
3.) Determine the inequality given a graph.
4.) Write and solve an equation and inequality.

The vocabulary included is coefficient, distributive property, equation, constant, and inequality.

Geometry (7.G)

Students will:

1.) Use proportions to solve for x.
2.) Determine if figures are similar.
3.) Determine a length of a figure given that the figures are similar.
4.) Solve for x given complementary and supplementary angles.
5.) Solve for x using the triangle angle sum theorem (all angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees).

The vocabulary included is edge, face, plane, point, two dimensional figure, perpendicular, ray, line, line segment, parallel, three dimensional figure, acute angle, obtuse angle, angle, triangle angle sum theorem, right angle, vertex, straight line, diameter, circumference, pi, radius, complementary angles, vertical angles, supplementary angles, adjacent angles, and transversal.

Probability & Statistics (7.SP)

Students will:

1.) Determine the probability and likelihood that an event will occur.
2.) Give both the fraction and percent that an event will occur.
3.) State the theoretical probability that a coin will land on heads/tails.
4.) Determine the most and least likely chance of a spinner landing on a color.
5.) Determine the probability and likelihood of a dice roll.
6.) Label the points on a box and whisker plot.
7.) Calculate the median, lower quartile, upper quartile, minimum, and maximum given data.
8.) Draw a box and whisker plot given data.
9.) Calculate the mode, mean, median, and range given data.

The vocabulary included is outcome, probability, impossible, certain, unlikely, likely, equally likely, upper quartile, lower quartile, minimum, maximum, median, mean, mode, and range.

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