# Grade 6 Math 1st Nine Wks

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```					                                                       Grade 6 – Math –1st Nine Weeks

Standard(s): Mathematical Processes & Number and Operations

GLE                                             Common                      Suggested Activities/Strategies                                       Resources
Core State
Standards
GLE 0606.2.5 Develop meaning for              Apply and extend        www.portaportal.com Guest Access box password: courseoutlines              Chapter 9 Sec 1 pg 450
integers; represent and compare quantities    previous                6th Grade MNPS Curriculum Guides http://mnps2010.wikispaces.com/           Chapter 9 Sec 2 pg 454
with integers.                                understandings of       SpringBoard: “Integer Games” (integers)
numbers to the          Holt Science Textbook pg 382-383 “Math Practice Activity” on converting    Hands-On Lab: Model
 SPI 0606.2.7 Locate positive rational       system of rational       temperatures                                                               Integer Addition pg 464
numbers on the number line.                 numbers.                Glencoe: Self-Check Quizzes 2-Comparing and Ordering Integers
http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/studytools/cgi-                            Hands-On Lab: Model
 SPI 0606.2.8 Locate integers on the                                  bin/msgQuiz.php4?isbn=0-07-829633-                                         Integer Subtraction pg 469
 0606.2.10 Explore contexts that can                               Hotmath Practice Problems: Integers - Division
be described with negative numbers                              http://hotmath.com/help/gt/genericprealg/section_2_5.html
(such as money, elevation, and
   Card Games
temperature).
   Chalk on the Sidewalk
   Number Line Game http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/04-
 SPI 0606.1.3 Use concrete, pictorial,
1/lesson007.shtml
and symbolic representation for integers.

0606.3.3 Extend order of operations to        N/A                     Math Frog – Order of Operations Game                                       Chapter 1 Sec 3 pg 12
include grouping symbols and exponents.                                http://cemc2.math.uwaterloo.ca/mathfrog/english/kidz/order.shtml           Chapter 1 Sec 4 pg 20
   SpringBoard: “A Fairly Ordered Operation” (Order of Operations)
 SPI 0606.3.2 Use order of operations                                COUNTDOWN: Order of Operations in Word Problems-2
and parentheses to simplify expressions                              http://countdown.luc.edu/NCTM_cat/NumberOperation/WholeNumbers/051
and solve problems.                                                  013/OrderOperaWdPrSolution/index.html
   Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally – PEMDAS
   Order of Operations Millionaire Game http://www.math-play.com/Order-of-
Operations-Millionaire/order-of-operations-millionaire.html
   The Interactive Mathematics Classroom
http://www.interactivemaths.net/taxonomy/term/101
   Illuminations http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L730
   Strike Out Bowling Game
   Tangram Puzzle or Order of Operations Puzzle
0606.1.1 Use mathematical language,           N/A                     Literature: “Math Appeal” (Riddles involving computation & number sense)   Holt Middle School Math
symbols, and definitions while developing                             Literature: “Math Curse” (Writing Riddles and Story Problems – Marilyn     Course I
mathematical reasoning.                                                Burns Math & Literature grades 4-6)
   Nrich: Got It                                                              About Teaching
http://nrich.maths.org/public/viewer.php?obj_id=1272&part=index            Mathematics by Marilyn
Burns
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0606.5.2 Interpret representations of data    Develop               Navigations through Data Analysis in Grades 6-8                             Chapter 6 Sec 1 pg 272
from surveys and polls, and describe          understanding of             o “Lengths of Cats” pg 20                                             Chapter 6 Sec 2 pg 275
sample bias and how data representations      statistical                  o “TV Watching” pg 23                                                 Chapter 6 Sec 3 pg 278
can be misleading.                            variability.                 o “Making the Data” pg 26                                             Chapter 6 Sec 4 pg 284
o “Drop Off” pg 29                                                    Chapter 6 Sec 5 pg 290
 SPI 0606.5.2 Identify features of graphs    Summarize and         Literature: “The \$1.00 Word Riddle Book” (addition, data collection -       Chapter 6 Sec 6 pg 294
that may be misleading.                     describe               Marilyn Burns Math & Literature grades 4-6))                                Chapter 6 Sec 7 pg 297
distributions.        Literature: “The Amazing Book of Mammal Records (Proportional               Chapter 6 Sec 8 pg 301
 SPI 0606.5.3 Determine whether or not                              reasoning, length, weight, comparing data)                                  Chapter 6 Sec 9 pg 305
a sample is biased.                                               Literature; “Martha, Blah, Blah” (Collecting and Analyzing data - Marilyn
 0606.5.8 Connect data sets and                                   Burns Math & Literature grades 4-6)
their graphical representations                              Literature: “Tiger Math” (Analyzing data, bar graphs, circle graphs -       Social Studies Textbook
(such as bar graphs, circle, graphs,                          Marilyn Burns Math and Nonfiction grades 3-5)                               Geography handbook pgs
and stem-and-leaf plots).                                    Literature: “Tikki Tikki Tembo (data, mean/median/mode/range)               GH11-GH13
 0606.5.9 Determine the sample
   Literature: “Wilma Unlimited” (computation, graphing, weight
space for a given situation.                                                                                                              Science Textbook
measurements - Marilyn Burns Math and Nonfiction grades 3-5)
 0606.5.10 Distinguish between a                                                                                                              Appendix pg 483-489
   SpringBoard: “When Were You Born?” (Graphs, Stem & Leaf, Mean,
random and nonrandom sample.
Median, Mode, Range)
 0606.5.11 Select the appropriate
   SpringBoard: “Taking a Class Picture” (charts, plots, outliers, MMMR)
measure of center to describe a data
set.                                                         SpringBoard: “Batter Up! Second Inning” (Measures of Central Tendency)
 0606.5.12 Predict the                                           PBS Teachers: Deep Crisis: Salmon Counting
characteristics of a population                               http://www.pbs.org/saf/1306/teaching/teaching2.htm
based on the analysis of sample                              I4C: Using Excel to Anayze Results of a Simple Survey
data.                                                         http://www.internet4classrooms.com/excel_survey.htm
   Slanted Surveys and Statistics Lesson http://www.crayola.com/lesson-
plans/detail/slanted-surveys--statistics-lesson-plan/
   Conducting A survey:
http://www.dnr.state.md.us/education/growfromhere/Lesson12/lesson12.htm
   Internet 4 Classrooms http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skills-6th-
mathbuilders.htm

0606.1.6 Read and interpret the language      N/A                   Math Forum: How do you write a good solution?
of mathematics and use written/oral                                  http://mathforum.org/elempow/writing.html
communication to express mathematical
ideas precisely.
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0606.3.1 Write and solve two-step               Reason about and        Navigating through Algebra Grades 6-8                                   Chapter 2 Ext pg 76
equations and inequalities.                     solve one-variable      Math Playground: Algebraic Reasoning                                    Chapter 12 Sec 2 pg 604
equations and            http://www.mathplayground.com/algebraic_reasoning.html                  Hands-on Lab pg 602
 SPI 0606.3.1 Represent on a number            inequalities.           Solving two-step equation presentation. Teacher Tube
line the solution of a linear inequality.                              http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=10341&title=Multi_
 0606.3.2 Write and solve one-step                                    Steps_Equations
inequalities corresponding to given                             Solving two step linear equations
situations (non-negative numbers                                 http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=8505&title=Solving
only).                                                           _algebraic_equation_using_inverse_operation
   Cool Math: Algebra Crunchers http://www.coolmath.com/algebra/algebra-
 SPI 0606.3.6 Solve two-step linear                                     practice-solving.html
equations using number sense,                                         Algebra Game http://www.quia.com/rr/42586.html
properties, and inverse operations.
 0606.3.1 Write and solve two-step
linear equations corresponding to
given situations (non-negative
numbers only).

0606.3.2 Interpret and represent algebraic      Apply and extend        Navigating through Algebra Grades 3-5                                   Chapter 2 Sec 1 pg 48
relationships with variables in expressions,    previous                       o “Variable Machine” pg 39                                        Chapter 2 Sec 2 pg 52
simple equations and inequalities.              understandings of       Navigating through Algebra Grades 6-8                                   Chapter 2 Sec 3 pg 58
arithmetic to                                                                                    Chapter 1 Sec 7 pg 31
o “Exploring Houses” pg 9
    0606.3.3 Recognize the use of          algebraic
juxtaposition (such as 3x, ab) to      expressions.                   o “Builiding with Toothpicks” pg 13
stand for multiplication, and the                              Literature: “Math for Smarty Pants” (computation, algebra, logical
convention in these cases of writing                            reasoning)
numbers before letters.                                        Purple Math: Solving Inequalities: Linear and Nonlinear
    0606.3.5 Use the commutative,                                   http://www.purplemath.com/modules/ineqsolv.htm
associative and distributive                                   Absurd Math: Pre-Algebra from another dimension
properties to show that two                                     http://www.learningwave.com/abmath/
expressions are equivalent.                                    Classroom Algebra games http://classroom.jc-schools.net/basic/math-
    0606.3.7 Move fluently between                                  algebra.html
different representations (such as
verbal, tabular, numerical,
algebraic, and graphical) of
equations and expressions.
    0606.3.8 Represent patterns using
words, graphs, and simple symbolic
notation.
Grade 6 – Math –1st Nine Weeks
0606.1.8 Use technologies/manipulatives         N/A                    6th Grade Algebra Activities                                                SuperSource
mathematical algorithms, to facilitate                                  ities.php
problem solving, and to create accurate                                Georgetown: Lesson Plan: Trivial Persuits and Algebra                       Algebra Tile
concepts.                                                               al.htm
   Interactive algebra tiles http://www.gamequarium.com/algebratiles.html
 SPI 0606.1.5 Model algebraic                                         Working with Algebra Tiles
expressions using algebra tiles.                                      http://mathbits.com/mathbits/AlgebraTiles/AlgebraTiles.htm
 0606.1.1 Recognize different
conventions used in calculator and
multiplication, ^ for exponent), but
use mathematical notation in
written work.
 0606.1.11 Model algebraic
expressions with manipulatives,
technology, and pencil and paper.

0606.3.4 Use expressions, equations and         Apply and extend       Literature: “Green Eggs and Ham” (Algebraic Expressions and Equations –     Chapter 2 Sec 4 pg 62
formulas to solve problems.                     previous                Dr Seuss Comes to Middle School Math Activity                               Chapter 2 Sec 5 pg 66
understandings of       http://www.mathsolutions.com/documents/Dr.Suess_Math_Class.pdf              Chapter 2 Sec 6 pg 69
arithmetic to          MathStar: May I Take Your Order?                                            Chapter 2 Sec 7 pg 73
expressions.           The Mathlab.com: Practice Activities
http://www.themathlab.com/Algebra/section2.htm

0606.1.4 Move flexibly between concrete         N/A                    NRICH: Fair Exchange?                                                       SuperSource
and abstract representations of                                         http://nrich.maths.org/public/viewer.php?obj_id=224                         Manipulatives
mathematical ideas in order to solve                                   PBS: Melvin's Make-A-Match
problems, model mathematical ideas, and                                 http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/equivalentfractions/index.html
communicate solution strategies.

    0606.1.5 Illustrate properties of
operations by showing that two
expressions are equivalent in a
given context (e.g., using an area
model for distributive property, and
grouping/set models for
commutative and associative
properties).
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0606.1.3 Develop independent reasoning to    N/A              Properties of Addition with Online Practice
communicate mathematical ideas and                             http://www.321know.com/g6_74ax1.htm
derive algorithms and/or formulas.                            Literature: “The King’s Chessboard” (estimation – Marilyn Burns Math and
 SPI 0606.1.4 Select the representation
that models one of the arithmetic
properties (commutative, associative, or
distributive).
Grade 6 – Math –1st Nine Weeks

Suggested Integrated Activities

Social Studies:
      Tools of the Historian –timelines/integers (S.S. book tools 1, 2, & 10)
      History of Math – Sumerian Advances in Science and Math (S.S. book pg 21)
      History of Math – Greek Advances in Science and Math (S.S. book pg 185-186)
      History of Math – Indian Advances in Science and Math (S.S. book pg 215-216)
      History of Math – Chinese Number system (S.S. book pg 236)
      History of Math - Algebra/Aerobic Numbers (S.S. book pg 391)
      Influential Math Mathematicians
o Archimedes
o Euclid
o Pythagoras
o Eratosthenes
o Fibonacci
o Leonardo daVinci
o Galileo
      Social Studies Link – Archaeology/Order of Operations (Math textbook pg 23)
      Social Studies Link – Latitude & Longitude/Coordinate Plane (Math textbook pg 461)
      Social Studies Textbook Geography handbook pgs GH11-GH13

Science:
      Life Science Link – cell division/exponents (Math textbook pg 15)
      Earth Science Focus on Problem-Solving – weather/interpreting data (Math textbook pg 17)
      Problem-Solving on Location – wind energy/data interpretation (Math textbook pg 36)
      Earth Science Link – weather/data interpretation (Math textbook 272)
      Earth Science Link – climate//measures of central tendency (Math Textbook pg 281)
      Science Textbook Appendix pg 483-489

      Focus on Problem-Solving “Solve” pg 17
      Math Journals Chapter 1 pg 7 (number lines), pg 11 (estimation), pg 15 (exponents), pg 23 (ordering), pg 27 (multiplying mentally)
      Write about It: last page of each lesson
      Focus on Problem-Solving “Understand the Problem” pg 463
      Math Journals Chapter 9 pg 453 (negative numbers), pg 457 (integers), pg 461 (ordered pairs), pgs 468, 479, 485
      Focus on Problem-Solving “Make a Plan” pg 283
      Math Journals Chapter 6 pg 281 (outliers), pg 287 (double bar graphs), pg 293 (histograms), pg 300 (graphs), pg 304 (misleading graphs)

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