8th Grade Scope and Sequence

In an 8th grade scope and sequence you’ll see the list of topics and activities that are going to be taught throughout the course for a specific subject.

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8th Grade Math Scope & Sequence

Lesson 1: Scientific Notation

Express numbers between zero and one in scientific notation.

Lesson 2: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Identify rational and irrational numbers and describe meanings.

Lesson 3: Absolute Value

Identify and explain absolute value.

Lesson 1: Comparing Large Numbers in Scientific Notation

Compare large numbers in scientific notation.

Lesson 2: Comparing Small Numbers in Scientific Notation

Compare small numbers in scientific notation.

Lesson 3: Adding and Subtracting Numbers in Scientific Notation

Add and subtract numbers in scientific notation.

Lesson 4: Using Scientific Notation with Technology

Use scientific notation with technology

Lesson 1: Repeating Decimals to Fractions

Convert repeating decimals to fractions.

Lesson 2: Roots

Calculate and approximate principal square roots.

Lesson 3: Using Roots to Solve Equations

Use roots to solve equations.

Lesson 4: Compare and Order

Compare and order numbers in many forms including: fractions, decimals, scientific notation, absolute value, and radicals.

Lesson 5: Estimation

Use estimation for situations using real numbers.

Lesson 6: Properties

Apply properties to solve problems with real numbers.

Lesson 7: Real Number Operations

Simplify numerical expressions with real numbers.

Lesson 1: Divisibility Rules

Use divisibility rules to solve problems.

Lesson 2: Multiple Representations

Represent numbers in base ten in other bases (two, five, and eight) and vice versa.

Lesson 3: Prime and Composite

Identify numbers as relatively prime.

Lesson 1: Rate of Change

Describe and use rate of change to solve problems.

Lesson 2: Proportions

Use proportional relationships to find measures of length, weight or mass, and capacity or volume.

Lesson 3: Percents

Solve real world problems involving percents greater than 100.

Lesson 4: Comparing Two Proportional Relationships

Compare two proportional relationships.

Lesson 1: Operations

Solve real world problems with rational numbers (including integers, decimals and fractions).

Lesson 2: Real World Problems

Solve real world problems with ratios, rates, proportions, and percents.

Lesson 3: Multi-Step Problems

Solve real world two- or three- step problems with integers, decimals, fractions, ratios, rates, proportions, and percents.

Lesson 1: Expressions

Substitute rational numbers into expressions and evaluate.

Lesson 2: Expressions with Exponents

Substitute rational numbers into expressions with exponents and radicals.

Lesson 3: Expressions and Equations

Translate word expressions and equations into algebraic expressions and equations (including one or more variables and exponents).

Lesson 4: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities

Translate verbal expressions and sentences into algebraic inequalities and vice versa.

Lesson 5: Real World Expressions

Use variables to represent unknown quantities in real world situations.

Lesson 6: Simplify

Combine and simplify algebraic expressions with a maximum of two variables.

Lesson 7: Substitution

Evaluate algebraic expressions and equations by substituting integral values for variables and simplifying.

Lesson 8: Inequalities

Solve linear inequalities in one variable algebraically.

Lesson 1: Identifying the Number of Solutions in a Linear Equation

Identify the number of solutions in a linear equation.

Lesson 2: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

Solve equations with variables on both sides.

Lesson 3: Solving Equations Requiring the Distributive Property

Solve equations requiring the distributive property.

Lesson 4: Solving Equations Requiring Combining Like Terms

Solve equations requiring combining like terms.

Lesson 1: Analyzing Systems of Equations

Analyze systems of equations.

Lesson 2: Identifying the Number of Solutions in a Linear Equation

Identify the number of solutions in a linear equation.

Lesson 1: Geometric Properties

Use properties of parallelism, perpendicularity, and symmetry to solve real world problems.

Lesson 2: Polygons

Compare and describe properties of convex and concave polygons.

Lesson 3: Pythagorean Theorem

Apply the Pythagorean theorem to solve real world problems.

Lesson 4: Congruent and Similar

Identify congruence and similarity in real world situations and justify.

Lesson 5: Transformations

Identify and perform transformations (reflection, translation, rotation, and dilation) of a figure on a coordinate plane.

Lesson 6: Proportional Relationships

Identify how changes in dimensions affect area and perimeter.

Lesson 1: Transforming Lines and Line Segments

Transform lines and line segments.

Lesson 2: Transforming Angles

Transform angles.

Lesson 3: Transforming Parallel Lines

Transform parallel lines.

Lesson 4: Understanding Congruence

Understand congruence.

Lesson 5: Using a Sequence of Transformations

Use a sequence of transformations.

Lesson 6: Understanding Similar Figures

Understand similar figures.

Lesson 7: Describing Sequences of Transformations that Show Similarity

Describe sequences of transformations that show similarity.

Lesson 1: Proving Triangle Theorems Informally

Prove triangle theorems informally.

Lesson 2: Understanding Angles Formed When Parallel Lines are Cut by a Transversal

Understand angles formed when parallel lines are cut by a transversal.

Lesson 3: Exploring Angle-Angle Similarity

Explore angle-angle similarity.

Lesson 1: Using the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem

Use the converse of the Pythagorean theorem.

Lesson 2: Applying the Pythagorean Theorem in Three Dimensions

Apply the Pythagorean theorem in three dimensions.

Lesson 3: Applying the Pythagorean Theorem in the Coordinate Plane

Apply the Pythagorean theorem in the coordinate plane.

Lesson 1: Volume

Find the volume of pyramids, prisms, and cones.

Lesson 2: Applying Volume Formulas

Apply volume formulas.

Lesson 3: Surface Area

Find the surface area of pyramids, prisms, and cones.

Lesson 4: Regular and Irregular Polygons

Compare regular and irregular polygons.

Lesson 5: Angle Measure

Find the angle measure in two-dimensional figures and two-dimensional sides of three-dimensional figures based on geometric relationships.

Lesson 6: Proportional Relationships

Identify the relationship between volume or surface area and dimension.

Lesson 1: Scale

Interpret and apply various scales including number lines, graphs, models, and maps.

Lesson 2: Estimation

Select tools to measure quantities and dimensions to a specified degree of accuracy and determine the greatest possible error of measurement.

Lesson 3: Significant Digits

Identify the number of significant digits as related to the least precise unit of measure and apply to real world contexts.

Lesson 1: Tables and Ordered Pairs

Use a table to find ordered pair solutions of a linear equation in slope-intercept form.

Lesson 2: Equations to Lines

Graph linear equations in standard form.

Lesson 3: Linear Inequalities

Identify and graph inequalities on a number line.

Lesson 4: Inequalities

Identify and graph inequalities in the coordinate plane.

Lesson 5: Applications of Linear Inequalities

Solve problems in two variables using linear inequalities.

Lesson 1: x- and y- Intercepts

Given the graph of a linear relationship, determine the x- and y- intercepts.

Lesson 2: Slope of a Line

Given the graph of a line, determine the slope.

Lesson 3: Write Equations in Slope-Intercept Form

Given the slope and y-intercept, write an equation.

Lesson 4: Find a Function Rule

Find a function rule to describe a linear relationship using tables of related input-output variables.

Lesson 5: Determine if a Function is Linear

Using information from a table, graph, or rule, determine if a function is linear and justify.

Lesson 1: Graphing Proportional Relationships and Interpreting Slope

Graph proportional relationships and interpreting slope.

Lesson 2: Using Similar Triangles to Understand Slope

Use similar triangles to understand slope.

Lesson 3: Using Slope-Intercept Form

Use slope-intercept form.

Lesson 4: Interpreting y = mx + b as a Linear Function

Interpret y = mx + b as a linear function.

Lesson 1: Recognizing Functions

Recognize functions.

Lesson 2: Comparing Functions Represented in Different Forms

Compare functions represented in different forms.

Lesson 3: Interpreting y = mx + b as a Linear Function

Interpret y = mx + b as a linear function.

Lesson 4: Constructing Linear Functions

Construct linear functions.

Lesson 5: Describing a Functional Relationship by Analyzing a Graph

Describe a functional relationship by analyzing a graph.

Lesson 6: Sketching Graphs of Functions

Sketch graphs of functions.

Lesson 1: Conditional Probability

Calculate conditional probabilities and the probabilities of dependent events.

Lesson 2: Sampling Techniques

Define and differentiate between different types of sampling techniques.

Lesson 3: Apply Sampling

Use different types of sampling techniques to collect data.

Lesson 4: Sample Bias

Identify whether a sample is biased.

Lesson 1: Data Representations

Interpret circle, line, bar, histogram, stem-and-leaf, and box-and-whisker graphs including how different displays lead to different interpretations.

Lesson 2: Statistics

Identify and explain how statistics and graphs can be used in misleading ways.

Lesson 3: Mean, Median and Mode

Determine appropriate measures of central tendency for a given situation or set of data.

Lesson 4: Technology

Use technology to determine the mean, median, mode, and range of a set of real world data.

8th Grade Language Arts Scope & Sequence

Lesson 1: Synonyms – 4 Activities

The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of synonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the same thing, in reading activities that incorporate explicit instruction and application.

Lesson 2: Antonyms – 4 Activities

The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of antonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the opposite, in reading activities that incorporate explicit instruction and application.

Lesson 3: Prefixes – 4 Activities

The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the prefix of the root word or how the prefix is used in the context of a passage.

Lesson 4: Suffixes – 4 Activities

The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the suffix of the root word or how the suffix is used in the context of a passage.

Lesson 5: Homophones – 4 Activities

The student will be able to identify and select the appropriate homophone or word that sounds the same, based on the context of a passage which fits the best meaning of the given word or phrase.

Lesson 6: Idioms – 4 Activities

The student will be able to identify and analyze the author’s use of idioms, based on the context of a passage and how these expressions are used in literal and interpretative information.

Lesson 7: Latin and Greek Roots – 4 Activities

The student will be able to identify and determine the meaning of unknown words, based on the understanding of Latin and Greek roots.

Lesson 1: Think Aloud Level 1 – 4 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with extensive scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts.

Lesson 2: Think Aloud Level 2 – 4 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts.

Lesson 3: Think Aloud Level 3 – 4 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying to independently read and comprehend texts with minimal think aloud support.

Lesson 1: Summarizing – 3 Activities

Make a summary, paraphrase, or synthesize information from two or more literary or expository texts.

Lesson 2: Plot – 3 Activities

Analyze and explain the impact of characters and settings within the plot of literary text(s), and how these relationships affect the central conflict leading to the climax and resolution.

Lesson 3: Plot, Character and Setting – 3 Activities

Identify the ways major and minor conflicts affect character’s actions by comparing and contrasting actions, setting(s), symbolism, and plot from various literary texts.

Lesson 4: Main Idea & Supporting Details – Non-Fiction – 3 Activities

Identify, summarize, or explain the main idea(s) using the supporting details in an expository text.

Lesson 5: Main Idea and Theme – Fiction – 3 Activities

Identify, summarize, or explain the main idea(s) or theme(s) using the supporting details and symbolism in a literary text.

Lesson 6: Charts and Graphs – 3 Activities

Read, interpret and make predictions using charts, graphs, diagrams, maps or other graphic representations.

Lesson 7: Cause and Effect – 3 Activities

Identify cause and effect relationships that involve characters and events, and distinguishing cause from effect in literary and expository texts.

Lesson 8: Authors Purpose – 3 Activities

Identify and use knowledge of the author’s purpose by analyzing how the literary techniques of mood and tone affects author’s perspective and contributes to the comprehension of a literary or expository text.

Lesson 9: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions – 3 Activities

Use knowledge, information, and ideas from literary texts, expository texts, or from multiple sources to make inferences about the text(s) (e.g., make inferences, draw conclusions, make generalizations, infer sequence of events, and infer a character’s feelings.)

Lesson 10: Compare and Contrast – 3 Activities

Compare and contrast information and ideas within a text or between two or more texts (literary or expository), including metaphors and point of view.

Lesson 1: State Simulation Test – 3 Activities

Students will demonstrate knowledge of comprehension skills on grade level appropriate literary and expository passages, with questions that simulate a high-stakes assessment.

Lesson 1: Before Reading – 3 Activities

Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from the realistic fiction novel Surviving the Applewhites. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt.

Lesson 2: During Reading – 4 Activities

The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the realistic fiction novel Surviving the Applewhites with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about making inferences, drawing conclusions, sequence, characterization, recalling details, cause and effect, point of view, compare/contrast, summarizing, and the impact of setting on character.

Lesson 3: After Reading – 3 Activities

The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on how dialogue is used to develop characters and mood in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the characterization and mood objective.

Lesson 4: Writing Application – 3 Activities

Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing a persuasive composition that states a clear position in support of a proposal as it relates to a college application essay. The student will respond to prompts to write a college application essay of his or her own.

Lesson 1: Before Reading – 3 Activities

Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, the short story Ruthie’s Journal. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt.

Lesson 2: During Reading – 4 Activities

The student will achieve comprehension by reading the short story Ruthie’s Journal with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about author’s purpose, mood, summarizing, recognizing main idea, recalling details, supporting details, theme, characterization, point of view, and cause and effect.

Lesson 3: After Reading – 3 Activities

The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on identifying text that uses sequencing or other types of logical order in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the sequence of events objective.

Lesson 4: Writing Application – 3 Activities

Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing an informational report that develops a topic with simple facts, details, examples and explanations as it relates to a travel article. The student will respond to a prompt to write a travel article of his or her own.

Lesson 1: Before Reading – 3 Activities

Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt.

Lesson 2: During Reading – 3 Activities

The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the true story Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World: The Extraordinary True Story of Shackleton and the Endurance with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about making inferences, personification, sequence, impact of plot on characters, cause and effect, theme, mood, supporting details, drawing conclusions, and utilizing analogy.

Lesson 3: After Reading – 3 Activities

The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on identifying and summarizing main and supporting ideas in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the summarization objective.

Lesson 4: Writing Application – 3 Activities

Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing a cover letter and will respond to a prompt where they will write his or her own.

Lesson 1: Before Reading – 3 Activities

Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, a series of poems from the book 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt.

Lesson 2: During Reading – 4 Activities

The student will achieve comprehension by reading poems from 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about main idea, cause and effect, symbolism, making inferences, mood, tone, point of view, and literary technique.

Lesson 3: After Reading – 3 Activities

The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on identifying and analyzing themes in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on theme.

Lesson 4: Writing Application – 3 Activities

Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on free verse poetry. The student will respond to prompts to write a free verse poem of his or her own.

Lesson 1: Before Reading – 3 Activities

Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from the historical fiction novel True North. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt.

Lesson 2: During Reading – 4 Activities

The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the historical fiction novel True North: A Novel of the Underground Railroad with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about the impact of setting, drawing conclusions, characterization, making inferences, cause and effect, supporting details, author’s purpose, recognizing main idea, point of view, and impact of setting on character.

Lesson 3: After Reading – 3 Activities

The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on identifying and analyzing text that uses compare and contrast in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the compare and contrast objective.

Lesson 4: Writing Application – 3 Activities

Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing a biographical or autobiographical narrative or short story that relates a clear, coherent incident, event or situation by using well-chosen details. The student will respond to a prompt to write a biography of his or her own.

8th Grade Science Scope and & Sequence

Chapter 1: “Matter”

• Introduction to Matter
• Physical Properties
• Density
• Lab: Density of Solids
• States of Matter
• Changes of State
• Chemical Properties

Chapter 2: “Atoms, Elements, and the Periodic Table”

• Atomic Theory
• Atoms
• Elements
• Periodic Table
• Metals
• Nonmetals
• Metalloids

Chapter 3: “Bonding”

• Compounds
• Chemical Bonding
• Ionic Bonds
• Covalent Bonds
• Polymers

Chapter 4: “Chemical Reactions”

• Introduction to Chemical Reactions
• Describing Chemical Reactions
• Balancing Chemical Reactions
• Types of Chemical Reactions
• Lab: Rate of Chemical Reactions

Chapter 5 “Solutions and Other Mixtures”

• Mixtures
• Solubility
• Properties of Acids and Bases
• Acids and Bases in Solution
• Lab: Acids and Bases

Chapter 6 “Motion and Forces”

• Introduction to Motion
• Speed and Velocity
• Acceleration
• Lab: Motion
• Introduction to Forces
• Friction
• Gravity
• Newton’s Laws of Motion
• Momentum
• Lab: Newton’s Laws of Motion
• Cumulative Exam

Chapter 7: “Work and Energy”

• Work and Power
• Introduction to Machines
• Simple Machines
• Introduction to Energy
• Potential and Kinetic Energy
• Energy Transformations
• Lab: Kinetic Energy

Chapter 8: “Temperatures and Heat”

• Temperature and Thermal Energy
• Heat
• Conduction
• Convection
• Radiation
• Lab: Thermal Energy Transfer

Chapter 9: “Waves and Sound”

• Introduction to Waves
• Properties of Waves
• Wave Interactions
• Sounds Waves
• Using Sound

Chapter 10: “Light”

• The Electromagnetic Spectrum
• Properties of Light
• Reflection and Mirrors
• Refraction and Lenses
• Using Light

Chapter 11: “Electricity and Magnetism”

• Electric Charge
• Electric Current
• Ohm’s Law
• Electric Circuits
• Magnets and Magnetism
• Electromagnetism
• Applications of Electromagnetism
• Lab: Magnetic and Electric Fields
• Cumulative Exam

8th Grade Social Studies Scope & Sequence

Chapter 1: “Geography and Colonialism”

• Geography of the Nation and the World
• Analyzing Historical Sources
• Research in Social Studies
• Key Content Review: The Thirteen Colonies
• The French and Indian War
• Sons of Liberty

Chapter 2: “Creating a New Nation”

• The Revolution Begins
• The Declaration of Independence
• Fighting the Revolutionary War
• Creating a Constitution
• Ratification and the Bill of Rights
• The Jackson Era
• Reform Movements

Chapter 3: “Civil War and Reconstruction”

• Sectionalism in the United States
• Lincoln
• The Civil War Begins
• The Emancipation Proclamation
• Turning Points
• End of the War
• Presidential and Radical Reconstruction
• Failures of Reconstruction
• Writing Workshop: Evaluating Research Questions and Sources in History

Chapter 4: “Industrialization and Its Effects”

• A New Revolution
• Technology and Society in the Industrial Age
• A Worker’s Life
• The Immigrant Experience
• Urbanization in America

Chapter 5: “The United States at the Turn of the Century”

• Reforming Business and Industry in the Progressive Era
• Social Reform in the Progressive Era
• American Imperialism in the Pacific
• American Imperialism in Latin America
• The United States Enters WWI
• Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles
• Cumulative Exam

Chapter 6: “The Roaring 20s and the Great Depression”

• Civil Rights at the Turn of the Century
• Women Win the Right to Vote
• 1920s America
• Art and Literature of the 1920s
• The Beginning of the Great Depression
• Challenges of the Great Depression
• Goals and Policies of the New Deal
• Writing Workshop: The New Deal

Chapter 7: “World War II”

• Causes of World War II
• World War II on the Home Front
• Winning the War in Europe
• Winning the War in the Pacific
• Early Cold War Conflict

Chapter 8: “Postwar America”

• The War in Korea
• The Cold War Era
• Civil Rights: Challenges and Changes
• Protesting to Demand Rights
• Expanding Civil Rights
• The Start of the Vietnam War
• The Turbulent Sixties
• Ending the Vietnam Conflict

Chapter 9: “Shaping of Modern America”

• The Nixon Presidency
• The Ford and Carter Presidency
• The Regan Years
• The Cold War Ends
• The Bush and Clinton Presidencies

Chapter 10: “Modern Challenges”

• Terrorism and Its Challenges
• The Modern Global Economy
• Into the Information Age
• Americans and Their Environment
• Population and Immigration
• Cumulative Exam

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