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```					                                                      Pearl River County School District                        Revised 5/2009
Curriculum Pacing Guide

Pacing Guide Key                                                  Subject : Math               Pacing Guide Color Codes
Pacing-Sequence                                                                                Competencies: Gray Highlight
B-Taught in the beginning of the term                        Grade: Sixth                Bold: Objective Introduced this term
M-Taught in the middle of the term                                                       Underlined: Priority Objectives
Term: 3
E-Taught at the end of the term                                                          *-PRC Added Objectives
Mastery-When objective is expected to be                                                       DOK-Webb’s Depth of Knowledge
mastered
District Test #-Term the objective will be
tested

Competency 1:                     Analyze numbers using place value and prime factorization. Solve problems involving basic
operations of rational numbers.

Competency 2:                     Use algebraic functions, patterns, and language across a variety of contexts.

Competency 3:                     Analyze geometric relationships of lines, angles, two- and three-dimensional shapes and
transformations.

Competency 4:                     Analyze geometric formulas and standard (English and metric) units of measurement in
mathematical and real-life situations.

Competency 5:                     Organize, interpret, analyze, and display data to predict trends.
District   Pacing   Mastery   Competency/   DO   Competency/Objective                                             Comments
Test #                        Objective #
K

1                  Analyze numbers using place value and prime
factorization. Solve problems involving basic
operations of rational numbers.
ongoing                      Use estimation strategies to determine the reasonableness of     estimate with percents
3          B,E                1b            2
results in a variety of situations including rational number
computations.

Math-Grade 6                                                   Page 1 of 2                                                     Term 3
Pearl River County School District                               Revised 5/2009
Curriculum Pacing Guide

District   Pacing   Mastery   Competency/   DOK   Competency/Objective                                                   Comments
Test #                        Objective #
master                        Explain the relationship among fractions, decimals, and percents       Modeling percents, percents
3          E                  1f            2                                                                            and fractions/decimals
and model and represent a specific quantity in multiple ways
3          E        master    1h            2     Solve problems by finding the percentage of a number including
percentages greater than 100 and less than 1
2                   Use algebraic functions, patterns, and language across
a variety of contexts.
master                        Solve simple equation using guess-and-check, diagrams,                 Solving addition, subtraction,
3          M                  2a            2                                                                            and multiplication equations,
properties, or inspection, explaining the process used
two-step equations
master                        Complete a function table based on a given rule                        functions
3          B,M                2b            2
3          M        master    2c            2     Formulate algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities to
reflect a given situation
3          M        master    2d            1     State the following properties using variables and apply them in
solving problems: 1. Zero property of multiplication 2. Inverse
properties of addition/subtraction and multiplication/division 3.
Commutative and Associative properties of addition and
multiplication 4. Identity properties of addition/multiplication 5.
Distributive properties of multiplication over addition and
subtraction
3          M        master    2e            2     Describe a rule for a function table using words, symbols, and
points on a graph and vice versa.
4                   Analyze geometric formulas and standard (English
and metric) units of measurement in mathematical
and real-life situations.
master                        Convert units within a given measurement system to solve               Length only-Metric System
3          E                  4a            1
problems
master                        Use scale factors to perform dilations and to solve ratio and          Ratios, solving proportions,
3          E                  4d            2                                                                            scale drawings and models
proportion problems
master                        Apply techniques and tools to accurately find length, area, and        Length only-Metric
3          E                  4f            1                                                                            System
angle measures to appropriate levels of precision

Math-Grade 6                                                     Page 2 of 2                                                           Term 3

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