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TH 6 GRADE CURRICULUM GUIDE MATHEMATICS Week Content Area ILS Student Activities/ Instructional Materials/ Instructional Strategies Resources 1 Mathematics 6B2, 6C2a Play the Factor Game Overhead projector, math textbook, Factor Game board, calculator, graph paper 2 Mathematics 6B2, 6C2a Use graph paper to model factor Overhead projector, math pairs, compare with Venn textbook, calculator, graph Diagrams paper 3 Mathematics 6B2, 6C2a Determine cycles using cicadas Overhead projector, math and Ferris wheels as models textbook, calculator, graph paper 4 Mathematics 6B2, 6C2a Make factor trees to show prime Overhead projector, math factorization textbook, calculator, graph paper 5 Mathematics 6B2, 6C2a Review all material for unit test Overhead projector, math textbook, calculator, graph paper 6 Mathematics 6A2 Order decimals Worksheet copies, overhead projector, graph paper 7 Mathematics 6A2 Make equivalent fractions, Worksheet copies, overhead reduce fractions projector, globe, photos, graph paper 8 Mathematics 6A3; 6A4 Understanding fractions as parts Overhead projector; of a whole; Modeling fractions; manipulatives, graph/grid Finding equivalent fractions paper 9 Mathematics 6A2; 6A3; 6A4 Using different strategies to find Overhead projector, number equivalent fractions, lines, manipulatives, representing fractions on a calculators number line as mixed numbers or improper fractions ; model equivalent fractional pieces with/without manipulatives; Compare and order fractions with like and unlike denominators; convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and improper fractions to mixed numbers or whole numbers; representing fractions greater than 1 (as mixed numbers or improper fractions) 10 Mathematics 6A1; 6A3; 6A4 Identify and locate decimals, Overhead projector, fractions, and mixed numbers hundredths grids, on a number line; Represent thousandths grids, place- fractions as decimals with value charts, number lines denominators of 10 and 100; (with tenths & hundredths Read and write fractions as marks) decimal numbers; find approximate/exact decimal equivalents for fraction benchmarks 11 Mathematics 6A1; 6A3; 6A4 Read and write fractions as Overhead projector; decimal numbers; find manipulatives, graph/grid approximate/exact decimal paper, thousandths grids, equivalents for fraction place-value charts, number benchmarks; represent fractions lines (with tenths & and decimals with hundredths hundredths marks), grids calculators 12 Mathematics 6A1; 6A2; 6A4; 6C2a; Represent decimals as fractions Overhead projector, number 6D2 with denominators of one lines, manipulatives, thousand; read and write calculators fractions and decimal numbers; use decimal place value to interpret, compare, and order decimals; find approximate or exact decimal equivalents for fraction benchmarks; recognize fractions as indicated division problems 13 Mathematics 6A1; 6A3; 6A4 Represent percents as a part- Overhead projector, whole relationship; use fraction calculators, rulers, graph benchmarks and partitioning to paper make sense of percents; rewrite fractions as a percents 14 Mathematics 6A2; 6C2a; 6D2 Represent percents as a part- Overhead projector, whole relationship; use fraction calculators, rulers, graph benchmarks and partitioning to paper make sense of percents; rewrite fractions as percents; develop connections between fractions, decimals, and percents; develop strategies for expressing data in percent form 15 Mathematics 6A2; 6C2a; 6D2 Build on connections between Overhead projector, fractions, decimals, and calculators, rulers, graph percents; relate fractions, paper decimals, and percents; move from percents to other representations (fractions & decimals) and other representations to percents 16 Mathematics 7C2b; 9A2a; 9A2b; Sort polygons according to their Manipulatives (Polygon 9B2 special properties; identify and Shapes Set); large easel describe the special properties of paper; graph paper polygons; explore rotation & (optional); crayons/colored reflection symmetries of figures; pencils/markers; overhead determine which shapes will tile projector; chalkboard a surface (tessellations) and common properties of shapes 17 Mathematics 7A2a; 7C2b; 9A2a; Develop and use angle Large easel paper; graph 9A2b; 9B2 benchmarks; measure angles paper (optional); with a protractor; explore crayons/colored relationships between angles and pencils/markers; overhead lines projector; chalkboard; rulers; protractors 18 Mathematics 7A2a; 7C2b; 9A2a; Find angle sums of any Manipulatives (Polygon 9A2b; 9B2 polygons; determine Shapes Set); large easel relationships between the paper; graph paper number of sides and angle sum (optional); crayons/colored of a regular polygon; explore pencils/markers; overhead the sums of the exterior angles of projector; chalkboard; rulers; polygons protractors 19 Mathematics 7A2a; 7C2b; 8B2; Explore interior and exterior Manipulatives (Polygon 9A2a; 9A2b; 9B2; 9C2 angles Shapes Set); large easel paper; graph paper (optional); crayons/colored pencils/markers; overhead projector; chalkboard; rulers; protractors, calculators 20 Mathematics 7A2b; 7C2b; 8B2; Build triangles and quadrilaterals Geoboards, rubberbands; 9A2a; 9A2b; 9B2; 9C2 given three and four side lengths, large easel paper; graph respectively; decide whether any paper (optional); three or four side lengths will crayons/colored form a triangle or quadrilateral, pencils/markers; overhead respectively.; use properties of projector; chalkboard; rulers; quadrilaterals to build specific calculators quadrilaterals 21 Mathematics 6B2; 7C2b; 8B2; 9A2c; Develop formulas for area and Large easel paper; graph 9B2; 10A2a perimeter of rectangles; apply paper (optional); are and perimeter to different crayons/colored situations; construct diagrams, pencils/markers; overhead tables and graphs to projector; chalkboard; rulers; organize/represent data calculators 22-23 Mathematics 6B2; 7C2b; 8B2; 9A2c; Identify parts of a circle; develop Tape measure; string; 9B2; 10A2a formula for calculating circular objects; graph paper; circumference and area of a calculators; large grid paper; circle; discover ratio of scissors; crayons/colored circumference to diameter equals pencils/markers; overhead pi projector 24-25 Mathematics 6A1; 6A2; 6A3; 6A4 Use benchmarks to develop Overhead projector, number estimation strategies lines, manipulatives, (overestimation/underestimation) calculators; crayons/colored for finding fraction and decimal pencils/markers sums; use number sentences to express sums and differences; develop strategies for adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers; write number sentences to express sums/differences; write number sentences to represent situations involving adding/subtracting fractions & mixed numbers 26 Mathematics 6A1; 6A2; 6A3; 6A4 Develop strategies for Overhead projector, multiplying fractions and mixed transperencies; numbers; use number sentences manipulatives, calculators; to express and represent crayons/colored situations involving pencils/markers multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers; model situations involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers 27-28 Mathematics 6A1; 6A2; 6A3; 6A4 Develop strategies for dividing Overhead projector, 3/30-4/3 fractions, mixed numbers and transperencies; whole numbers; use number manipulatives, calculators; sentences to express quotients; crayons/colored write number sentences to pencils/markers represent situations involving division of fractions and mixed numbers; model situations involving division of fractions and mixed numbers. 29 Mathematics 6A; 6B; 6C; 6D; 8C; Develop strategies for Bits & Pieces II Book, graph 4/13-17 8D estimating, adding, subtracting, paper (optional), multiplying and dividing transparencies, calculators, fractions, mixed numbers and large grid paper, whole numbers; Write and use crayons/markers/colored number sentences to express pencils, recipes sums, differences, products and quotients; Model situations involving estimation, additon, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions and mixed numbers. 30 Mathematics Find the probability of a single How Likely Is It Book, graph event; Find the experimental paper (optional), probability of an event; Find the transparencies, calculators, theorectical probability of an large grid paper, event; Determine whether an crayons/markers/colored event is fair or unfair; pencils, spinners, coins, Determine whether an event is cups, thumbtacks, number likely or unlikely to occur. cubes, dice 31-32 Mathematics Find the theorectical probability How Likely Is It Book, graph of an event; Determine whether paper (optional), an event is fair or unfair; transparencies, calculators, Determine whether an event is large grid paper, likely or unlikely to occur. crayons/markers/colored pencils, spinners, coins, cups, thumbtacks, number cubes, dice 33 Mathematics Use class and survey data to How Likely Is It Book, graph determine the experimental paper (optional), probabilities for certain genetic transparencies, calculators, traits; Develop strategies for large grid paper, finding theorectical probabilities crayons/markers/colored involving genetics; Develop pencils, spinners, game strategies for finding the board experimental and theorectical probabilities of winning a game. 34 Mathematics Use class and survey data to Data about Us Book, graph organize and interpret data; Use paper (optional), tables, line plots and graphs to transparencies, calculators, display and describe data large grid paper, distributions; Explore median, crayons/markers/colored mode and range; Distinguish pencils, post-it notes, paper between numerical data and strips, index cards categorical data; Distinguish between and answer questions using vertical and horizontal bar graphs. 35 Mathematics Find/identify the mode, range Data about Us Book, graph and median using various paper (optional), representations of data transparencies, calculators, large grid paper, crayons/markers/colored pencils, post-it notes, paper strips, index cards 36 Mathematics Calculate/identify the mean Data about Us Book, graph using tables, charts and graphs paper (optional), transparencies, calculators, large grid paper, crayons/markers/colored pencils, post-it notes, paper strips, index cards