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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

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,
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
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
respectively.; use properties of    projector; chalkboard; rulers;
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
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;
subtracting fractions and mixed
numbers; write number
sentences to express
sums/differences; write number
sentences to represent situations
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
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
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

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