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SIXTH GRADE RELEASED ITEMS COUNT – MATH

SLE                                               YEAR –             SLE was
Problem           tested ___
times
Number
NO.1.6.1 - Demonstrate conceptual understanding to find                           2008
2007
–
– 11, 15
6
a specific percent of a number, using models, real life                          2006   –E
examples, or explanations                                                        2005
2004
- 37
– 24
2003   – 28
NO.1.6.2 - Find decimal and percent equivalents for                               2008
2007
–
–2
1
proper fractions and explain why they represent the                              2006   –
same value                                                                       2005   -
2004   –
2003   -
NO.1.6.3 - Round and compare decimals to a given place                            2008
2007
–
–
1
value including thousandths                                                      2006   –
2005   -
2004   – 16
2003   -
NO.1.6.4 - Convert, compare and order fractions (mixed                            2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 28
9
numbers and improper fractions) decimals and percents                            2006   – 3, 17
and find their approximate locations on a number line                            2005
2004
– 5, 34
– 12
2003   -17, D
NO.1.6.5 - Recognize and identify perfect squares and                             2008
2007
–
–
0
their square roots                                                               2006   –
2005   -
2004   –
2003   -
NO.2.6.1 - Use divisibility rules to determine if a number                        2008
2007
–3
–
3
is a factor of another number (4, 6, 9)                                          2006   –
2005   - 28
2004   –
2003   -3
NO.2.6.2 - Apply the distributive property of                                     2008
2007
–
–
1
multiplication over addition to simplify computations                            2006   – 33
with whole numbers                                                               2005
2004
-
–
2003   -
NO.2.6.3 - Apply the addition, subtraction, multiplication                        2008
2007
–
– 20
5
and division properties of equality to one-step equations                        2006   –
with whole numbers                                                               2005
2004
– 12, B
–
2003   - 4, 19
NO.2.6.4 - Apply rules (conventions) for order of                                 2008
2007
–
–
1
operations to whole numbers with and without                                     2006   –
parentheses                                                                      2005
2004
-
– 36
2003   -

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NO.2.6.5 - Model multiplication and division of fractions                         2008
2007
–
–
0
(including mixed numbers) and decimals using pictures                            2006   –
and physical objects                                                             2005
2004
-
–
Ex. weight, money and measuring cups                                              2003   -
NO.3.6.1 - Apply, with and without appropriate                                    2008
2007
–
–E
2
technology, algorithms with computational fluency to                             2006   –
perform whole number operations (+, -, x, /)                                     2005
2004
-
–
2003   - 32
NO.3.6.2 - Develop and analyze algorithms for                                     2008
2007
–
– 22
7
computing with fractions (including mixed numbers) and                           2006   – 21
decimals and demonstrate, with and without technology,                           2005
2004
- 29
– C
computational fluency in their use and justify the                               2003   – 9, 12, 38
solution
NO.3.6.3 - Solve, with and without appropriate                                    2008
2007
–
– 31
6
technology, multi-step problems using a variety of                               2006   – 24
methods and tools (i.e., objects, mental computation,                            2005
2004
– 14, 21, D
– 7
paper and pencil)                                                                2003   -
NO.3.6.4 - Estimate reasonable solutions to problem                               2008
2007
–
–
3
situations involving fractions and decimals. Ex. 7/8 +                           2006   – 18
12/13  2      4.23 x 5.8  24                                                   2005
2004
- 23
–
2003   - 16
NO.3.6.5 - Find and use factorization (tree diagram)                              2008
2007
–
– 40
7
including prime factorization of composite numbers                               2006   – 9, 30
(expanded and exponential notation) to determine the                             2005
2004
-
–18, 21, 29
greatest common factor (GCF) and least common                                    2003   -8
multiple (LCM)
NO.3.6.6 - Use proportional reasoning and ratios to                               2008
2007
– 10, NR (1)
–
7
represent problem situations and determine the                                   2006   – 38
reasonableness of solutions with and without                                     2005
2004
– 17, 36
– 17
appropriate technology (Ex. unit rates)                                          2003   - 36
NO.3.6.7 - Determine the percent of a number and solve                            2008
2007
– NR (2) (ER?)
–
2
related problems in real world situations. Ex.tip, sales                         2006   –
tax, discounts, etc                                                              2005
2004
-
–
2003   -
A.4.6.1 - Solve problems by finding the next term or                              2008
2007
–
–9
6
missing term in a pattern or function table using real                           2006   – 14, D
world situations                                                                 2005
2004
-
– 26
2003   -31, 37
A.4.6.2 - Interpret and write an algebraic rule for a one                         2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 6, 21, 30
4
operation function table      Ex. y=x+ 3                                         2006   –
2005   -
2004   –
2003   -

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A.5.6.1 - Model, write and solve one-step equations by                            2008
2007
–
–
7
3, 36
9
informal methods using manipulatives and appropriate                             2006   –   28, 31, 39
technology                                                                       2005
2004
-
–    32
2003   –   11, B
A.5.6.2 - Write simple algebraic expressions using                                2008   –   11 (ER) NR
(1)
9
appropriate operations (+, -, x, /) with one variable                            2007   –
2006   – 2, 16
2005   -4
2004   – 3, 8, 34
2003   –2
A.5.6.3 - Evaluate algebraic expressions with one                                 2008
2007
– NR (1)
–
4
variable using appropriate properties and operations (+,                         2006   –
-, x, /)                                                                         2005
2004
– 19, 35
– 14
2003   -
A.6.6.1 - Complete, with and without appropriate                                  2008
2007
–1
– 26
2
technology, and interpret tables and line graphs that                            2006   –
represent the relationship between two variables in                              2005
2004
-
–
quadrant I                                                                       2003   -
Ex. time and distance
A.7.6.1 - Identify and compare situations with constant                           2008
2007
–4
– 16, A
4
or varying rates of change                                                       2006   – 13
Ex. a student’s rate of growth each year is a varying                             2005
2004
-
–
rate, hourly wages is a constant rate                                            2003   -
G.8.6.1 - Identify three-dimensional geometric figures                            2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 1, 13
13
using models (rectangular prisms, cylinders, cones,                              2006   – 8, 10, 20, 34
pyramids and spheres)                                                            2005
2004
– 1, 7, 20
– 19, A
2003   - 39
G.8.6.2 - Investigate with manipulatives or grid paper                            2008
2007
– 12 (ER)
–
3
what happens to the perimeter and area of a two-                                 2006   –A
dimensional shape when the dimensions are changed.                               2005
2004
-9
–
Ex. Length of sides are doubled                                                  2003   -
G.8.6.3 - Identify, describe, draw, and classify triangles                        2008
2007
–
– 25, 32
4
as equilateral, isosceles, scalene, right, acute, obtuse,                        2006   – 26
and equiangular                                                                  2005
2004
-
–
2003   – 34
G.8.6.4 - Draw, label and determine relationships among                           2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 17, B
4
the radius, diameter, center and circumference (e.g.                             2006   –
radius is half the diameter) of a circle                                         2005
2004
-
– 11
2003   -
G.8.6.5 - Identify similar figures and explore their                              2008
2007
–
–
3
properties                                                                       2006   –
2005   -
2004   – 1, 5, 22
2003   -

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G.9.6.1 - Identify and describe line and rotational                               2008
2007
–8
–7
2
symmetry in two-dimensional shapes, patterns and                                 2006   –
designs                                                                          2005
2004
-
–
2003   -
G.9.6.2 - Describe positions and orientations of shapes                           2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 34
6
under transformation (translation, reflection and                                2006   – 25
rotation) recognizing the size and shape do not change                           2005
2004
- 26
– 38
2003   -7
G.10.6.1 - Use ordered pairs to plot points in Quadrant I                         2008
2007
–
– 39
2
2006   –
2005   -
2004   – E
2003   -
G.10.6.2 - Plot points that form the vertices of a                                2008
2007
– NR (1)
–
1
geometric figure and draw, identify and classify the                             2006   –
figure.                                                                          2005
2004
-
–
2003   -
G.11.6.1 - Identify two-dimensional patterns (nets) for                           2008
2007
– NR (1)
–
2
three-dimensional solids, such as prisms, pyramids,                              2006   –
cylinders, and cones                                                             2005
2004
-
–
2003   - 27
M.12.6.1 - Identify and select appropriate units and tools                        2008
2007
–5
–5
5
from both systems to measure                                                     2006   –
Ex. angles with degrees, distance with feet/meters                                2005
2004
– 3, 6
– 33
2003   -
M.12.6.2 - Make conversions within the same                                       2008
2007
–
– 10, D
15
measurement system in real world problems                                        2006   – 6, 11, 15, 22
Ex. hours to minutes to seconds, meters to centimeters,                           2005   – 11, 13, 16,
25, 39
feet to inches, liters to milliliters, quarts to gallons, etc                    2004   – 23, 30
2003   – 20, E
M.12.6.3 - Compare and contrast the differences among                             2008
2007
–
–
2
linear units, square units, and cubic units                                      2006   –
2005   -
2004   – 15
2003   - 10
M.13.6.1 - Solve real world problems involving one                                2008
2007
– 2, NR (1)
–
4
elapsed time, counting forward and backward (calendar                            2006   –
and clock)                                                                       2005
2004
- 33
– 9
2003   -
M.13.6.2 - Determine which unit of measure or                                     2008
2007
–
–8
3
measurement tool matches the context for a problem                               2006   – 27
situation                                                                        2005
2004
-8
–
2003   -

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M.13.6.3 - Draw and measure distance to the nearest                               2008
2007
–
–
2
mm and 1/8 inch accurately                                                       2006   –5
2005   -
2004   – 40
2003   -
M.13.6.4 - Establish and apply formulas to find area and                          2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 18, 35, 38
10
perimeter of triangles, rectangles, and parallelograms                           2006   – 4, 36, 40, B
2005   -
2004   – B
2003   - 29
M.13.6.5 - Find the distance between two points on a                              2008
2007
–
– 27
3
number line                                                                      2006   –
2005   -
2004   – 2
2003   - 24
M.13.6.6 - Use estimation to check the reasonableness of                          2008
2007
– NR (1)
– 24
7
measurements obtained from use of various instruments                            2006   – 29
(including angle measures)                                                       2005
2004
– 22, 32
– 6
2003   -5
DAP.14.6.1 - Formulate questions, design studies, and                             2008
2007
–
–
0
collect data about a characteristic shared by two                                2006   –
populations or different characteristics within one                              2005
2004
-
–
population                                                                       2003   -
DAP.14.6.2 - Collect data and select appropriate                                  2008
2007
– NR (1)
–4
5
graphical representations to display the data including                          2006   –1
Venn diagrams                                                                    2005
2004
- 40
–
2003   – 13
DAP.14.6.3 - Construct and interpret graphs, using                                2008
2007
–
– 14, C
7
correct scale, including line graphs and double-bar                              2006   –
graphs                                                                           2005
2004
-E
– 4, 10, D
2003   - 40
DAP.15.6.1 - Interpret graphs such as double line graphs                          2008
2007
–
– 29
5
and circle graphs                                                                2006   – 32
2005   - 27
2004   – 28
2003   -5
DAP.15.6.2 - Compare and interpret information                                    2008   – 6, NR (2)
(ER?)
16
provided by measures of central tendencies (mean,                                2007   – 12, 23, 33
median and mode) and measures of spread (range)                                  2006
2005
– 19, 35
– 31, 38, C
2004   – 13, 20, 25,
31, 35
2003   -
DAP.16.6.1 - Use observations about differences in data                           2008
2007
–
– 19
2
to make justifiable inferences                                                   2006   – 23
2005   -
2004   –
2003   -

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DAP.17.6.1 - Distinguish between theoretical and                                  2008
2007
–
–
9
37
12
experimental probability                                                         2006   –   7, 12, 37, C
2005   –   10, 15, 24
2004   –
2003   –   6, 25, 30

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