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```									                               Correlation of Scott Foresman to 6th Math Core
Compiled by Westside 6th Grade Team

Lesson       Lesson Title            Associated Core                          Core Academy Activity           Cross-Curricular
#                            Standard/Objective/Indicator                                                    Integration

1-1      Place Value             1-1-b Read and write numerals from
thousandths to one billion.

1-2      Exponents               1-1-a Change whole numbers with             Dishes for a Penny (Act04)
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exponents to standard form (e.g., 2 =
0
16) and recognize that 10 = 1.

1-1-c Write a whole number to 999,999
in expanded form using exponents
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(e.g., 876,539 = 8 x 10 + 7 x 10 + 6 x
3         2        1        0
10 + 5 x 10 + 3 x 10 + 9 x 10 ).

2-2-d Recognize that an exponent can
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be represented in the following ways: 4
or 4^3.
1-3      Comparing &             1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
Ordering Whole          using a variety of methods and
Numbers                 symbols.
1-4      Rounding Whole          1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
Numbers                 determine whether results obtained
using a calculator are reasonable.

1-5      Estimating sums &       1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
Differences             using a calculator are reasonable.
1-6      Estimating Products     1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
& Quotients             using a calculator are reasonable.
1-7      PS: Read &              5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
Understand              and predictions based on data.

1-8      Order of Operations     1-5-h Simplify expressions, with
exponents, using the order of
operations.
1-9    Properties of            2-2-e Evaluate expressions and
formulas, substituting given values for
Operations               the variables (e.g., 2x+4; x=2; therefore,
2(2)+4=8).
1-10   Mental Math: Using
the Distributive
Property
1-11   Mental Math              1-5-a Determine when it is appropriate
to use estimation, mental math
Strategies               strategies, paper and pencil, or a
calculator.
1-12   PS: Plan & Solve         1-3-d Select or write a number
sentence that can be used to solve a
multi-step problem and write a word
problem when given a two-step
expression or equation.
5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

1-13   Variables &              2-1-b Create tables and graphs to
represent given patterns and algebraic
Expressions              expressions.

2-2-a Recognize that a number in front
of a variable indicates multiplication
(e.g., 3y means 3 times the quantity y).

2-2-e Evaluate expressions and
formulas, substituting given values for
the variables (e.g., 2x+4; x=2; therefore,
2(2)+4=8).
1-14   Properties of Equality   1-6-a Recognize that the sum of an           Balance or Tilt
integer and its opposite is zero.

2-2-b Solve two-step equations
involving whole numbers and a single
variable (e.g., 3x+4=19).
1-15   Solving Equations        2-2-b Solve two-step equations               Two-Step Equations
involving whole numbers and a single
with Whole Numbers       variable (e.g., 3x+4=19).                    Evaluating Expressions Using
Tiles
1-16   PS: Look Back &          5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
Check                    and predictions based on data.

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1-17   PS: Production

2-1    Understanding          1-1-b Read and write numerals from
thousandths to one billion.
Decimals
1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.
2-2    Comparing &            1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
Ordering Decimals      using a variety of methods and
symbols.

1-2-c Locate positive rational numbers
on a number line.

1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.

2-3    Rounding with          1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
Decimals               determine whether results obtained
using a calculator are reasonable.

2-4    Estimating with        1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Decimals               and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
using a calculator are reasonable.
multiplication, and division of fractions
Whole Numbers &        and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
Decimals               objects, a number line).

1-5-e Add and subtract decimals to the

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thousandths place (e.g., 34.567+3.45;
65.3-5.987).
2-6    Multiplying Whole        1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Numbers & Decimals       and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-c Multiply up to a three-digit factor
by a one- or two-digit factor including
decimals.

2-7    Dividing by a Whole      1-3-a Represent division of a multi-digit
dividend by two-digit divisors, including
Number                   decimals, using models, pictures, and
symbols.

1-5-d Divide up to a four-digit dividend
by a one- or two-digit divisor including
decimals.
2-8    PS: Interpreting         1-3-a Represent division of a multi-digit
dividend by two-digit divisors, including
Remainders               decimals, using models, pictures, and
symbols.

1-5-d Divide up to a four-digit dividend
by a one- or two-digit divisor including
decimals.
2-9    Dividing by a            1-3-a Represent division of a multi-digit
dividend by two-digit divisors, including
Decimal                  decimals, using models, pictures, and
symbols.

multiplication, and division of fractions
and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-d Divide up to a four-digit dividend
by a one- or two-digit divisor including
decimals.
2-10   Multiplying & Dividing
by Powers of Ten
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2-11   Scientific Notation   1-1-d Express numbers in scientific       Scientific Notation
notation using positive powers of ten.

2-12   Solving Equations
with Decimals
2-13   Write an Equation     1-3-d Select or write a number
sentence that can be used to solve a
multi-step problem and write a word
problem when given a two-step
expression or equation.

2-14   PS: Toronto
SkyDome

3-1    Factors, Multiples,   1-2-c Locate positive rational numbers
on a number line.
and Divisibility
1-3-c Apply rules of divisibility.

3-2    Prime & Composite     1-1-e Classify whole numbers to 100       Prime and Composite
as prime, composite, or neither.
Numbers
1-1-f Determine the prime factorization
for a whole number up to 50.
3-3    Greatest Common       1-2-a Find the greatest common factor     Games: Factor Capture
and least common multiple for two         (Act05)
Factor                numbers using a variety of methods
(e.g., list of multiples, prime
factorization).
3-4    Least Common          1-2-a Find the greatest common factor
and least common multiple for two
Multiple              numbers using a variety of methods
(e.g., list of multiples, prime
factorization).
3-5    PS: Make a Table      5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

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3-6    Understanding           1-4-a Divide regions, sets of objects,        A Newspaper
and line segments into equal parts
Fractions               using a variety of models and                 Sticky Note Math
illustrations.
Fractured Fractions
1-4-b Name and write a fraction to
represent a portion of a unit whole for
halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths,
eighths, tenths, twelfths, and sixteenths.
3-7    Equivalent Fractions    1-4-c Write a fraction or ratio in            Games: Equivalent Fractions
simplest form.                                Capture and
Equivalent Spoons (Act05)
1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.
3-8    Improper Fractions &    1-4-c Write a fraction or ratio in
simplest form.
Mixed Numbers

3-9    Estimating Fractional   1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
Amounts                 using a calculator are reasonable.
3-10   Connecting Fractions    1-2-d Convert common fractions,               Domino Theory
& Decimals              decimals, and percents from one form
to another (e.g., ¾ = 0.75 = 75%)

1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.
3-11   Comparing &             1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
Ordering Fractions &    using a variety of methods and
Decimals                symbols.
3-12   PS: Multiple-Step       1-3-d Select or write a number
Problems                sentence that can be used to solve a
multi-step problem and write a word
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problem when given a two-step
expression or equation.

3-13   PS: Earth’s Surface

multiplication, and division of fractions   Basketball (Act05)
Fractions with Like     and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
Denominators            objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
multiplication, and division of fractions
Fractions with Unlike   and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
Denominators            objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
4-3    PS: Look for a          2-1-a Analyze patterns on graphs and
tables and write a generalization to
Pattern                 predict how the patterns will continue.
4-4    Estimating Sums and     1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Differences of          and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
Fractions & Mixed       objects, a number line).
Numbers
1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
using a calculator are reasonable.
multiplication, and division of fractions
Numbers                 and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
4-6    Subtracting Mixed       1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Numbers                 and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.

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4-7   Choose a                 1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Computation Method       and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

4-8   PS: Exact Answer or      1-5-a Determine when it is appropriate      Peer Pressure
to use estimation, mental math
Estimate                 strategies, paper and pencil, or a
calculator.
4-9   PS: Hovercraft
5-1   Multiplying a Fraction   1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
& a Whole Number         and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
5-2   Multiplying Fractions    1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
5-3   Estimating with          1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Fractions & Mixed        and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
Numbers                  objects, a number line).

1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
using a calculator are reasonable.
5-4   Multiplying Mixed        1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Numbers                  and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
5-5   PS: Make an
Organized List
5-6   Dividing Fractions       1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,          Dividing Fractions

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multiplication, and division of fractions
and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.

5-7    Dividing Mixed        1-3-b Model addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division of fractions
Numbers               and decimals in a variety of ways (e.g.,
objects, a number line).

1-5-f Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
fractions and mixed numbers.
5-8    Expressions with
Fractions
5-9    Solving Equations
with Fractions
5-10   PS: Writing to
Explain
5-11   PS: Honeybees

6-1    Understanding         1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and
proportions.
Ratios
6-2    Equal Ratios          1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.

1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and
proportions.
6-3    Rates & Unit Rates    1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and
proportions.
6-4    PS: Use Objects
6-5    Understanding         1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and
proportions.
Proportions
6-6    Solving Proportions   1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and
proportions.
6-7    Solving Proportions   1-5-g Solve problems using ratios and

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Using Cross            proportions.
Products
6-8    PS: Writing to
Explain
6-9    Using Formulas
6-10   Scale Drawings &
Maps
6-11   PS: The Stars &
Stripes

7-1    Understanding          1-4-d Name equivalent forms for               Pennies for Pits
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
Percent                tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.
7-2    Fractions, Decimals,   1-2-d Convert common fractions,               Smaller Than One
and Percents           decimals, and percents from one form
to another (e.g., ¾ = 0.75 = 75%)

1-4-d Name equivalent forms for
fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths,
tenths), ratios, percents, and decimals,
including repeating or terminating
decimals.

5-2-a Write the results of a probability
experiment as a fraction, ratio, or
percent between zero and one.
7-3    PS: Writing to
Explain
7-4    Mental Math:
Finding a Percent of
a Number
7-5    Estimating with        1-5-b Use estimation strategies to
determine whether results obtained
Percents               using a calculator are reasonable.
7-6    Finding a Percent of   1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
a Number               using a variety of methods and
symbols.

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7-7    PS: Solve a Simpler
Problem
7-8    Sales Tax & Discount
7-9    Percent of Increase
& Decrease
7-10   Simple Interest
7-11   PS: Airports

8-1    Understanding          1-6-a Recognize that the sum of an
integer and its opposite is zero.
Integers
1-6-b Model addition and subtraction of
integers using manipulatives and a
number line.
8-2    Comparing &            1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
Ordering Integers      using a variety of methods and
symbols.

1-6-b Model addition and subtraction of
integers using manipulatives and a
number line.
8-3    Understanding          1-2-b Compare and order rational
numbers, including mixed fractions,
Rational Numbers       using a variety of methods and
symbols.

1-2-c Locate positive rational numbers
on a number line.
8-4    PS: Choose an
Operation
integers using manipulatives and a
number line.

8-6    Subtracting Integers   1-6-b Model addition and subtraction of
integers using manipulatives and a
number line.

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8-7    Multiplying Integers
8-8    Dividing Integers      1-3-a Represent division of a multi-digit
dividend by two-digit divisors, including
decimals, using models, pictures, and
symbols.

1-5-d Divide up to a four-digit dividend
by a one- or two-digit divisor including
decimals.
8-9    Solving Equations      2-2-b Solve two-step equations
involving whole numbers and a single
with Integers          variable (e.g., 3x+4=19).
8-10   PS: Work Backward
8-11   Graphing Ordered       2-1-c Draw a graph from a table of          Constructing Tangrams (Act13)
values or to represent an equation.
Pairs
Coordinate Connections
3-2-a Graph points defined by ordered
pairs in all four quadrants.                Tomb Robbers

3-2-b Write the ordered pair for a point

8-12   Patterns & Tables      2-1-a Analyze patterns on graphs and        Best Salary
tables and write a generalization to
predict how the patterns will continue.     Growing Patterns

2-1-b Create tables and graphs to           Patterns (Act08)
represent given patterns and algebraic
expressions.                                Patterns in Measurement
8-13   Graphing Equations     2-1-b Create tables and graphs to
represent given patterns and algebraic
expressions.

2-1-d Draw a graph from a table of
values or to represent an equation.

8-14   PS: Extreme
Weather

9-1    Geometric Ideas        3-1-a Identify the midpoint of a line
segment.
9-2    Measuring & Drawing    3-3-a Turn (rotate) a shape around a        Angle Land & Angle Aerobics
point and identify the location of the      (Act18)
Angles
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new vertices.
Measuring Pattern Block
4-2-b Estimate and measure an angle          Angles
to the nearest degree.
Patterns in the Sum of Polygon
Angles

Tomb Robbers

9-3    Angle Pairs
9-4    Constructions
9-5    PS: Draw a Picture

9-6    Polygons              3-1-b Identify concave and convex            Pattern Block Polygons (Act10)
polygons.
9-7    Triangles
9-9    Circles               3-1-c Identify the center, radius,           The Shape Shifter (Act09)
diameter, and circumference of a circle.
9-10   Congruent & Similar
Figures
9-11   Transformations       3-3-a Turn (rotate) a shape around a         Transforming Triangles
point and identify the location of the
new vertices.

3-3-b Slide (translate) a polygon either
horizontally or vertically on a coordinate
grid and identify the location of the new
vertices.

3-3-c Flip (reflect) a shape across
either the x- or y-axis and identify the
location of the new vertices.

9-12   PS: Writing to        3-3-a Turn (rotate) a shape around a
point and identify the location of the
Compare               new vertices.

3-3-b Slide (translate) a polygon either
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horizontally or vertically on a coordinate
grid and identify the location of the new
vertices.

3-3-c Flip (reflect) a shape across
either the x- or y-axis and identify the
location of the new vertices.

9-13   Symmetry             3-3-a Turn (rotate) a shape around a
point and identify the location of the
new vertices.

3-3-b Slide (translate) a polygon either
horizontally or vertically on a coordinate
grid and identify the location of the new
vertices.

3-3-c Flip (reflect) a shape across
either the x- or y-axis and location of the
new vertices.

9-14   Tesselations
9-15   PS: Neuschwanstein
Castle

10-1   Customary            4-1-a Compare a meter to a yard, a            Metric Rhyme (Act15)
liter to a quart, and a kilometer to a
Measurement          mile.                                         Pennies for Pits

4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight,
and area using metric and customary
units.

10-2   Metric Measurement   4-1-a Compare a meter to a yard, a            Cyclops (Act03)
liter to a quart, and a kilometer to a
mile.

4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight,

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and area using metric and customary
units.

10-3    Units of Measure &   4-1-c Explain how the size of the unit          Trundle Wheel (Act16)
used in measuring affects the precision.
Precision
Looking for Length
4-2-a Measure length to the nearest
one-sixteenth of an inch and to the
nearest millimeter.
10-4    Relating Customary   4-1-a Compare a meter to a yard, a liter to a
quart, and a kilometer to a mile.
& Metric
Measurements         4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight, and
area using metric and customary units.

10-5    Elapsed Time
10-6    PS: Use Logical      4-2-d Calculate elapsed time across
a.m. and p.m. time periods.
Reasoning
10-7    Perimeter
10-8    Areas of Squares &   4-2-e Calculate the areas of triangles,
rectangles, and parallelograms using
Rectangles           given formulas.
10-9    Relating Area &      4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight,
Perimeter            and area using metric and customary
units.

10-10   Area of              4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight,
Parallelograms       and area using metric and customary
units.
&Triangles
4-2-e Calculate the areas of triangles,
rectangles, and parallelograms using
given formulas.
10-11   Circumference        2-2-c Recognize that “≈” indicates a            Pi (Act17)
relationship in which the quantities on
each side are approximately of equal            The Circle’s Measure
value (e.g., π ≈ 3.14).

4-1-b Identify pi as the ratio of the
circumference to diameter of a circle.

4-2-c Calculate the circumference of a
circle using a given formula.
10-12   Area of a Circle     4-1-d Estimate length, volume, weight,
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and area using metric and customary
units.

10-13   PS: Extra or Missing
Information
10-14   Solid Figures          3-1-d Identify the number of faces,           Pyramids & Prisms: Euler’s
edges, and vertices of prisms and             Formula (Act14)
pyramids.

10-15   Surface Area           4-2-f Calculate the surface area and
volume of right, rectangular prisms
using given formulas.

10-16   Volume                 4-2-f Calculate the surface area and          Cube Models (Act19)
volume of right, rectangular prisms
using given formulas.

10-17   PS: Underground

questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

11-2    Mean, Median,          5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
Mode, & Range          and predictions based on data.

questions by collecting and organizing
Line Plots             data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-b Collect, compare, and display
data using an appropriate format (i.e.,
bar graphs, line graphs, line plots, circle
graphs, scatter plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

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questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.
questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-b Collect, compare, and display
data using an appropriate format (i.e.,
bar graphs, line graphs, line plots, circle
graphs, scatter plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-b Collect, compare, and display
data using an appropriate format (i.e.,
bar graphs, line graphs, line plots, circle
graphs, scatter plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.
questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-b Collect, compare, and display
data using an appropriate format (i.e.,
bar graphs, line graphs, line plots, circle
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graphs, scatter plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.

5-2-a Write the results of a probability
experiment as a fraction, ratio, or
percent between zero and one.
questions by collecting and organizing
data in a variety of ways (e.g., bar
graphs, line graphs, frequency tables,
stem and leaf plots).

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.
11-9    Misleading Graphs       5-1-d Recognize that changing the           Exploring Scale (Act26)
scale influences the appearance of a
display of data.

5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
and predictions based on data.
11-10   Counting Methods
11-11   Permutations &          5-1-e Develop and evaluate inferences
Combinations            and predictions based on data.

11-12   Probability             5-2-a Write the results of a probability    Spinning Probability (Act 21)
experiment as a fraction, ratio, or
percent between zero and one.               The Dice Game (Act22)
11-13   Predictions &           5-2-b Compare experimental results          Drawing Conclusions (Act23)
with anticipated results (e.g.,
Probability             experimental: 7 out of 10 tails; whereas,   Coin Tossing (Act25)
anticipated 5 out of 10 tails).
11-15   Multiplying
Probabilities
11-16   PS: Writing to
Describe
11-17   PS: Age & Growth

12-1    Graphing Inequalities

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12-2       Solving Inequalities
12-3       PS: Try, Check, &
Revise
12-4       PS: Translating
Words to
Expressions
12-5       Solving Two-Step           2-2-b Solve two-step equations
involving whole numbers and a single
Equations                  variable (e.g., 3x+4=19).
12-6       Patterns & Equations       2-1-a Analyze patterns on graphs and
tables and write a generalization to
predict how the patterns will continue.
12-7       Equations & Graphs         2-1-d Draw a graph from a table of
values or to represent an equation.

12-8       Temperature
12-9       PS: Olympics

Core Indicators not taught in Scott Foresman

1-4-e Relate percents less than 1% or greater than 100% to equivalent fractions, decimals, whole numbers, and mixed
numbers.

2-2-d Recognize that an exponent can be represented in the following ways: 43 or 4^3.

2-2-e Evaluate expressions and formulas, substituting given values for the variables (e.g., 2x+4; x=2; therefore,
2(2)+4=8). This is treated briefly in lesson 1-9

3-1-b Identify concave and convex polygons. Polygons are taught in lesson 9-6, but concave and convex polygons aren’t
mentioned.

5-1-c Compare two similar sets of data on the same graph and compare two graphs representing the same set of data.

5-2-c Compare individual, small group, and large group results for a probability experiment.

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