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# Math chart model lesson

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This powerpoint is a good tool to use to reintroduce students to the parts of the reference chart, so that they can effectively use it.

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1. 1. Mathematics Charts
2. 2. •On the right hand side you will find a ruler in inches •Conversations are given for Length, Volume and Capacity and Weight and Mass 7th Grade
3. 3. 7th Grade •Notice that all units of measure include an abbreviation •Example: ton (T)
4. 4. •Centimeter ruler is found on left of the formula side of the reference chart •Triangle, rectangle, parallelogram and trapezoid all have only one area formula 7th Grade
5. 5. •Under Volume, it is important to remember that “B represents the area of the base” 7th Grade
6. 6. 8th Grade •The 8th Grade STAAR Reference Materials are very similar to the 7th, so we will highlight only differences
7. 7. •It is important to state to remember that “P represents the perimeter of the base” 8th Grade
8. 8. Algebra 1 •New Chart For Just Algebra I •All Measurement Conversions Dropped •Both Rulers Removed
9. 9. Student Activity with the Reference Chart
10. 10. Did you know? Your formula chart has 2 rulers. Outline the centimeter ruler blue
11. 11. Outline the inches ruler red.
12. 12. What else can I use my Math Chart for?  Conversions in length,  Outline the length section yellow.
13. 13. What else can I use my Math Chart for?  Conversions in volume Outline volume and capacity green.
14. 14. What else can I use my Math Chart for?  Conversions in weight Outline weight and mass orange.
15. 15. What else can I use my Math Chart for?  Conversions in time. Outline the time section purple.
16. 16. We will use our Math chart to help us find the perimeter, circumference, and area of two dimensional shapes such as squares, rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, an d circles.  Outline perimeter section red. What about all those formulas?
17. 17. What about all those formulas? Outline the circumference section yellow.
18. 18. What about all those formulas? Outline the area section blue.
19. 19. More formulas??? Surface area can be used when we work with 3-dimensional objects such as cubes, prisms, pyramids, and cylinders. Surface area is the area of each side of a figure.  Outline the surface area section green.
20. 20. More formulas??? Volume can be used when we work with 3- dimensional objects such as cubes, prisms, pyramids, and cylinders. Volume is the amount a figure can hold. Outline the volume section orange.
21. 21. Want some Pi (π) ??? Pi (π) is ~ 3.14 or 22 7 Outline your piece of Pi Pink.
22. 22. Whose theorem is this??? Pythagorean’s Theorem a2 + b2 = c2 Outline your Pythagorean section purple.
23. 23. My Reference Chart Instructions: You will read the given word problems then circle the important information and underline the question. After you have read the problem and circled or underlined the important information you will use your STAAR reference chart to find the information needed to solve the problem. Outline the answer box with the corresponding color on your reference chart DO NOT WORK THE PROBLEMS!!!