# 8th Grade Math STAAR Review You Do, We do

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The Math Huddle
Pages:
8
File Type:
PDF
Product Type:
Review
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This is a, "We Do, You Do" assignment to get your students practicing concepts and skills from the entire 8th grade year. "We Do, You Do," assignments are designed so that students get to see how a problem is worked out to refresh their memory over a concept before working a similar problem out on their own. The assignment is set up for scaffolded review of concepts already learned. The first column is designed as a, "We-Do," problem to refresh the students on a concept. Then, the next two are designed for individual or group work.

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This spiral review includes the following skills:

• Combining like terms
• Solving multi-step equations
• Determining a Function from a graph, table, and set of points
• Identifying slope (rate of change) and y-intercept from an equation and graph
• Graphing a system of equation in slope-intercept form and finding the solution
• Identifying proportional and non-proportional relationships from a graph and a word problem.
• Angle relationships: Specifically, alternate interior angles, corresponding, and supplementary angles. Setting up the correct equation, solving for the x variable, and plugging back into the expression in order to find the angle measurements.
• Proportions with similar figures
• Interior angle theorem (with expressions) and exterior angle theorem (with expressions)- setting up the equation and solving.
• Pythagorean Theorem, identifying right triangles by leg lengths, finding distance on a coordinate plane using Pythagorean Theorem.
• Transformations: Translations, Rotations, Reflections, Dilation, Scale Factor, and the algebraic representations of all those mentioned.
• Finding lateral and total surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms and cylinders
• Finding volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres
• Using Scatter Plots to answer questions about positive and negative associations
• Finding the Mean Absolute Deviation
• Using data plots and trend lines to make predictions
• Calculating and comparing simple and compound interest and totals
• Answering questions about saving for college
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