• 8th Grade- Course 3 MATHia Curriculum

 Module Name Unit Workspace Number Workspaces 1- Pre Launch 1- How to work through MATHia M1-1.1 Pre-Launch Protocol 2- Transforming Geometric Objects 1- Rigid Motion Transformations M2-1.1 Experimenting with Rigid Motions M2-1.2 Translating Plane Figures M2-1.3 Reflecting Plane Figures M2-1.4 Rotating Plane Figures M2-1.5 Describing Rigid Motions Using Coordinates 2- Similar Figures on Coordinate Plane M2-2.1 Defining Similarity M2-2.2 Dilating Plane Figures M2-2.3 Perfomring One Transformation M2-2.4 Performing Multiple Transformations M2-2.5 Describing Transformations Using Coordinates 3- Angles & Triangles M2-3.1 Intro to Triangle Sum & Exterior Angle Theorems 4- Lines Cut by a Transversal M2-4.1 Classifying Angles Formed by Transversals M2-4.2 Reasoning about Angles Formed by Transversals M2-4.3 Calcuating Angle Measures Formed by Transversals 3- Developing Functional Foundations 1- Representing Proportional Relationships M3-1.1 Representing Proportional Relationships Algebraically M3-1.2 Modeling the Constant of Proportionality M3-1.3 Understanding the Slopes of Lines M3-1.4 Graphing Linear Relationships 2- Linear Models M3-2.1 Multiple Representations of Linear Functions M3-2.2 Modeling Linear Functions Using Multiple Representations M3-2.3 Calculating Slopes 3- Writing Equations of a Line M3-3.1 Connecting Slope- Intercept & Point-Slope Forms M3-3.2 Writing Equations Given Slope & a Point M3-3.3 Writing Equations Given Two Points M3-3.4 Modeling Linear Relationships Given an Intitial Point M3-3.5 Modeling Linear Relationships Given Two Points 4- Graphs of Linear Equations in Two Variables M3-4.1 Analyzing Models of Linear Relationships M3-4.2 Graphing Given an Integer Slope & y-Intercept M3-4.3 Graphing Given a Decimal Slope & y-Intercept M3-4.4 Modeling Linear Equations in Standard Form M3-4.5 Graphing Linear Equations Using a Given Mothod M3-4.6 Graphing Linear Equations Using a Chosen Method 5- Relations & Functions M3-5.1 Exploring Functions M3-5.2 Exploring Graphs of Functions M3-5.3 Classifying Relations & Functions M3-5.4 Identifying Key Characteristics of Graphs of Functions 6- Lines of Best Fit M3-6.1 Estimating Lines of Best Fit M3-6.2 Using Lines of Best Fit 7- Categorical Data M3-7.1 Building Marginal Frequency Distributions M3-7.2 Analyzing Marginal Frequency Distributions M3-7.3 Building Marginal Frequency Distributions M3-7.4 Analyzing Marginal Frequency Distributions 4- Modeling Linear Equations 1- Solving Linear Equations M4-1.1 Exploring Two-Step Equations M4-1.2 Solving Multi-Step Equations 2- Solving Linear Equations with Similar Terms M4-2.1 Solving by Combining Like Variable Terms and a Constant with Integers (No Type In) M4-2.2 Solving by Combining Like Variable Terms and a Constant with Integers (Type In) M4-2.3 Solving by Combining Like Variable Terms and a Constant with Decimals (No Type In) M4-2.4 Solving by Combining Like Variable Terms and a Constant with Decimals (Type In) 3- Linear Models & the Distributive Property M4-3.1 Analyzing Models of Linear Relationships Involving the Distributive Property M4-3.2 Modeling Integer Rates of Change M4-3.3 Modeling Fractional Rates of Change M4-3.4 Modeling using the Distributive Property over Division M4-3.5 Solving with the Distributive Property Over Multiplication M4-3.6 Solving with the Distributive Property Over Division 4- Linear Equations with Variables on Both Sides M4-4.1 Solving with Integers (No Type In) M4-4.2 Solving with Integers (Type In) M4-4.3 Solving Equations with One Solution, Infinite, and No Solutions M4-4.4 Sorting Equations by Number of Solutions 5- Systems of Linear Equations M4-5.1 Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations M4-5.2 Modeling Linear Systems Involving Integers M4-5.3 Modeling Linear Systems Involving Decimals M4-5.4 Solving Linear Systems Using Substitution 5- Compound Probability 1- Compound Probability M5-1.1 Introduction to Compound Events M5-1.2 Calculating Compound Probabilities M5-1.3 Simulating Compound Events 6- Expanding Number Systems 1- Rational & Irrational Numbers M6-1.1 Introduction to Irrational Numbers M6-1.2 Graphing Real Numbers on a Number Line M6-1.3 Ordering Rational and Irrational Numbers 2- The Pythagorean Theorem M6-2.1 Exploring the Pythagorean Theorem M6-2.2 Applying the Pythagorean Theorem M6-2.3 Problem Solving Using the Pythagorean Theorem M6-2.4 Calculating Distances on the Coordinate Plane 7- Applying Powers 1- Properties of Whole Number Exponents M7-1.1 Introduction to the Power Rules M7-1.2 Using the Product Rule and the Quotient Rule M7-1.3 Using the Power to a Power Rule M7-1.4 Using the Product to a Power Rule and the Quotient to a Power Rule M7-1.5 Using Properties of Exponents with Whole Number Powers M7-1.6 Rewriting Expressions with Negative and Zero Exponents 2- Scientific Notation M7-2.1 Using Scientific Notation M7-2.2 Comparing Numbers Using Scientific Notation 3- Volume M7-3.1 Relating Volumes of Cylinder, Cones, and Spheres M7-3.2 Calculating Volume of Cylinders M7-3.3 Using Volume of Cylinders M7-3.4 Calculating Volume of Cones M7-3.5 Using Volume of Cones M7-3.6 Calculating Volume of Spheres M7-3.7 Using Volume of Spheres