Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Standards of Excellence Sixth Grade Curriculum Map. 1st Semester 2nd Semester, Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8. 4 5 weeks 3 4 weeks 4 5 weeks 4 5 weeks 4 5 weeks 4 5 weeks 3 4 weeks 3 4 weeks. Rate Ratio and, Proportional One Step, Number System Explorations Show What. Reasoning Expressions Equations and Area and Volume Statistics. Fluency Numbers and their We Know, Using Equivalent Inequalities. MCC6 NS 1 MCC6 RP 1 MCC6 EE 1 MCC6 EE 5 MCC6 G 1 MCC6 SP 1 MCC6 NS 5 ALL. MCC6 NS 2 MCC6 RP 2 MCC6 EE 2a MCC6 EE 6 MCC6 G 2 MCC6 SP 2 MCC6 NS 6a. MCC6 NS 3 MSGE6 RP 3 MCC6 EE 2b MCC6 EE 7 MCC6 G 4 MCC6 SP 3 MCC6 NS 6b. MCC6 NS 4 MCC6 RP 3a MCC6 EE 2c MCC6 EE 8 MCC6 SP 4 MCC6 NS 6c. MCC6 RP 3b MCC6 EE 3 MCC6 EE 9 MCC6 SP 5 MCC6 NS 7a. MCC6 RP 3c MCC6 EE 4 MCC6 RP 3a MCC6 NS 7b, MCC6 RP 3d MCC6 NS 4 MCC6 RP 3b MCC6 NS 7c. MCC6 RP 3c MCC6 NS 7d, MCC6 RP 3d MCC6 NS 8, equations MCC6 G 3. These units were written to build upon concepts from prior units so later units contain tasks that depend upon the concepts addressed in earlier units. All units will include the Mathematical Practices and indicate skills to maintain. NOTE Mathematical standards are interwoven and should be addressed throughout the year in as many different units and tasks as possible in order to stress the natural connections that exist among mathematical topics. Grades 6 8 Key NS The Number System RP Ratios and Proportional Relationships EE Expressions and Equations G Geometry SP Statistics and Probability. Revised standards indicated in bold red font, Richard Woods State School Superintendent. All Rights Reserved, Georgia Department of Education. Georgia Standards of Excellence Sixth Grade Curriculum Map 1st Semester. Standards for Mathematical Practice, 1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them 5 Use appropriate tools strategically. 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively 6 Attend to precision. 3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others 7 Look for and make use of structure. 4 Model with mathematics 8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. 1st Semester, Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4, Number System Fluency Rate Ratio and Proportional Expressions One Step Equations and Inequalities. Reasoning Using Equivalent, Apply and extend previous understandings Understand ratio concepts and use Apply and extend previous understandings Reason about and solve one variable. of multiplication and division to divide ratio reasoning to solve problems of arithmetic to algebraic expressions equations and inequalities. fractions by fractions MCC6 RP 1 Understand the concept of a MCC6 EE 1 Write and evaluate numerical MCC6 EE 5 Understand solving an equation. MCC6 NS 1 Interpret and compute ratio and use ratio language to describe a expressions involving whole number or inequality as a process of answering a. quotients of fractions and solve word ratio relationship between two quantities exponents question which values from a specified set if. problems involving division of fractions by For example The ratio of wings to beaks MCC6 EE 2 Write read and evaluate any make the equation or inequality true Use. fractions including reasoning strategies in the bird house at the zoo was 2 1 expressions in which letters stand for substitution to determine whether a given. such as using visual fraction models and because for every 2 wings there was 1 numbers number in a specified set makes an equation or. equations to represent the problem beak For every vote candidate A MCC6 EE 2a Write expressions that record inequality true. For example received candidate C received nearly operations with numbers and with letters MCC6 EE 6 Use variables to represent. Create a story context for 2 3 3 4 and three votes standing for numbers numbers and write expressions when solving a. use a visual fraction model to show the MCC6 RP 2 Understand the concept of a MCC6 EE 2b Identify parts of an expression real world or mathematical problem. quotient unit rate a b associated with a ratio a b using mathematical terms sum term product understand that a variable can represent an. with b 0 b not equal to zero and use factor quotient coefficient view one or more unknown number or depending on the. Use the relationship between, rate language in the context of a ratio parts of an expression as a single entity purpose at hand any number in a specified set. multiplication and division to explain that, relationship For example This recipe MCC6 EE 2c Evaluate expressions at specific MCC6 EE 7 Solve real world and. 2 3 3 4 8 9 becaus3 3 4 of 8 9 is2 3, has a ratio of 3 cups of flour to 4 cups of values for their variables Include expressions mathematical problems by writing and solving. In general a b c d ad bc, sugar so there is 3 4 cup of flour for each that arise from formulas in real world equations of the form and for. How much chocolate will each person get cup of sugar We paid 75 for 15 problems Perform arithmetic operations cases in which p q and x are all nonnegative. if 3 people share 1 2 lb of chocolate hamburgers which is a rate of 5 per rational numbers. including those involving whole number, equally hamburger MCC6 EE 8 Write an inequality of the form. exponents in the conventional order when, How many 3 4 cup servings are in 2 3 of MCC6 RP 3 Use ratio and rate there are no parentheses to specify a particular or to represent a constraint or. a cup of yogurt reasoning to solve real world and order Order of Operations condition in a real world or mathematical. How wide is a rectangular strip of land mathematical problems utilizing MCC6 EE 3 Apply the properties of problem Recognize that inequalities of the. with length 3 4 mi and area 1 2 square strategies such as tables of equivalent operations to generate equivalent expressions form or have infinitely many. mi ratios tape diagrams bar models MCC6 EE 4 Identify when two expressions solutions represent solutions of such. Compute fluently with multi digit numbers double number line diagrams and or are equivalent i e when the two expressions inequalities on number line diagrams. and find common factors and multiples equations name the same number regardless of which. MCC6 NS 2 Fluently divide multi digit value is substituted into them. numbers using the standard algorithm, Richard Woods State School Superintendent. All Rights Reserved, Georgia Department of Education. MCC6 NS 3 Fluently add subtract multiply MCC6 RP 3a Make tables of equivalent ratios MCC6 NS 4 Find the common multiples of Represent and analyze quantitative. and divide multi digit decimals using the relating quantities with whole number two whole numbers less than or equal to 12 relationships between dependent and. standard algorithm for each operation measurements find missing values in the and the common factors of two whole independent variables. MCC6 NS 4 Find the common multiples of tables and plot the pairs of values on the numbers less than or equal to 100 MCC6 EE 9 Use variables to represent two. two whole numbers less than or equal to 12 coordinate plane Use tables to compare ratios a Find the greatest common factor of 2 quantities in a real world problem that. and the common factors of two whole MCC6 RP 3b Solve unit rate problems whole numbers and use the distributive change in relationship to one another. numbers less than or equal to 100 including those involving unit pricing and property to express a sum of two whole a Write an equation to express one. a Find the greatest common factor of 2 constant speed For example If it took 7 hours numbers 1 100 with a common factor quantity the dependent variable in. whole numbers and use the distributive to mow 4 lawns then at that rate how many as a multiple of a sum of two whole terms of the other quantity the. property to express a sum of two whole lawns could be mowed in 35 hours At what numbers with no common factors independent variable. numbers 1 100 with a common factor rate were lawns being mowed GCF Example 36 8 4 9 2 b Analyze the relationship between the. as a multiple of a sum of two whole MCC6 RP 3c Find a percent of a quantity b Apply the least common multiple of dependent and independent variables. numbers with no common factors as a rate per 100 e g 30 of a quantity two whole numbers less than or equal using graphs and tables and relate. GCF Example 36 8 4 9 2 means 30 100 times the quantity given a to 12 to solve real world problems these to the equation For example in a. b Apply the least common multiple of percent solve problems involving finding problem involving motion at constant. two whole numbers less than or equal the whole given a part and the part given speed list and graph ordered pairs of. to 12 to solve real world problems the whole distances and times and write the. MCC6 RP 3d Given a conversion factor use equation d 65t to represent the. ratio reasoning to convert measurement relationship between distance and time. units within one system of measurement Understand ratio concepts and use ratio. and between two systems of measurements reasoning to solve problems. customary and metric manipulate and MCC6 RP 3 Use ratio and rate reasoning to. transform units appropriately when solve real world and mathematical problems. multiplying or dividing quantities For e g by reasoning about tables of equivalent. example given 1 in 2 54 cm how many ratios tape diagrams double number line. centimeters are in 6 inches diagrams or equations, MCC6 RP 3a Make tables of equivalent ratios. relating quantities with whole number, measurements find missing values in the. tables and plot the pairs of values on the, coordinate plane Use tables to compare ratios. MCC6 RP 3b Solve unit rate problems, including those involving unit pricing and. constant speed, MCC6 RP 3c Find a percent of a quantity as a. rate per 100 e g 30 of a quantity means, 30 100 times the quantity solve problems. involving finding the whole given a part and, the percent. MCC6 RP 3d Use ratio reasoning to convert, measurement units manipulate and transform. units appropriately when multiplying or, dividing quantities. Richard Woods State School Superintendent, All Rights Reserved. Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Standards of Excellence Sixth Grade Curriculum Map 2nd Semester. Standards for Mathematical Practice, 1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them 5 Use appropriate tools strategically. 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively 6 Attend to precision. 3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others 7 Look for and make use of structure. 4 Model with mathematics 8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. 2nd Semester, Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8, Area and Volume Statistics Rational Explorations Numbers and Show What We Know. their Opposites, Solve real world and mathematical Develop understanding of statistical Apply and extend previous understandings ALL. problems involving area surface area and variability of numbers to the system of rational. volume MCC6 SP 1 Recognize a statistical question numbers. MCC6 G 1 Find area of right triangles as one that anticipates variability in the data MCC6 NS 5 Understand that positive and. other triangles quadrilaterals and related to the question and accounts for it in negative numbers are used together to describe. polygons by composing into rectangles or the answers quantities having opposite directions or values. decomposing into triangles and other MCC6 SP 2 Understand that a set of data e g temperature above below zero elevation. shapes apply these techniques in the collected to answer a statistical question has a above below sea level debits credits. context of solving real world and distribution which can be described by its positive negative electric charge use positive. mathematical problems center spread and overall shape MCC6 SP 3 and negative numbers to represent quantities in. MCC6 G 2 Find the volume of a right Recognize that a measure of center for a real world contexts explaining the meaning of. rectangular prism with fractional edge numerical data set summarizes all of its values 0 in each situation. lengths by packing it with unit cubes of the with a single number while a measure of MCC6 NS 6 Understand a rational number as. appropriate unit fraction edge lengths 1 2 variation describes how its values vary with a a point on the number line Extend number line. u and show that the volume is the same as single number diagrams and coordinate axes familiar from. would be found by multiplying the edge Summarize and describe distributions previous grades to represent points on the line. lengths of the prism Apply the formulas V MCC6 SP 4 Display numerical data in plots and in the plane with negative number. length x width x height and V area on a number line including dot plots coordinates. of base x height to find volumes of right histograms and box plots MCC6 NS 6a Recognize opposite signs of. rectangular prisms with fractional edge MCC6 SP 5 Summarize numerical data sets numbers as indicating locations on opposite. lengths in the context of solving real world in relation to their context such as by sides of 0 on the number line recognize that. and mathematical problems a Reporting the number of observations the opposite of the opposite of a number is the. MCC6 G 4 Represent three dimensional b Describing the nature of the attribute number itself e g 3 3 and that 0 is its. Georgia Standards of Excellence Sixth Grade Curriculum Map 6 EE Use variabl es torep s nt relationships between dependent and independent variables
MGSE4 MD 3 Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems For example find the width of a rectangular room given the area of the flooring and the length by viewing the area formula as a multiplication equation with an unknown factor MGSE4 MD 8 Recognize area as additive Find areas of
Mathematical Practice, appropriate unit-level Georgia Standards of Excellence, and research-based pedagogical strategies for instruction and engagement. Each task includes teacher commentary and support for classroom implementation. Some of the Spotlight Tasks are revisions of existing Georgia tasks and some are newly created. Additionally ...
to their most basic elements O Keeffe was one of the first American artists to make abstract art She sought to communicate the essence of an experience so that the viewer would feel as she felt and see as she saw American Modernism Modernism as an art movement emerged in the 19th century as a rejection of past traditions and conventions in favor of a more direct and unmediated aesthetic
NATIONAL BOARD SCORES National Board Dental Examination Scores NBDE from the ADA Joint Commission on National Dental examinations Part I and Part II examinations are required The ADA will no longer send results via mail You may access your national board results online by going to
MCC3 MD 3 Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories Solve one and two step how many more and how many less problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs For example draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets
management of the exotic and uncommon fruits and nuts that can be grown in Georgia. If you are interested in commercial culture of fruits and nuts, contact your county agent for more detailed information. BANANA Bananas (Musa spp.) are attractive landscape plants popular with many gardeners in Georgia. They may be grown with limited success outdoors in south Georgia. They usually require 12 to ...
6 Faces of Inclusive Excellence 2013 sheri dAVis FAulknerEngineering Community Services Coordinator Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Provider of outstanding administrative support kenyA deVAliA Administrative Manager II School of Literature Media and Communication Provider of outstanding administrative support bArAtunde ColA Assistant Professor George W Woodruff School of Mechanical
Excellence in Mathematics Report from the Maths Excellence Group video technology to capture the views of a sample of pupils raise their awareness of current regulations and guidelines regarding healthy tuck shops national and local and undertak some product research using the internet The pupils work in C use digital e omputing using appropriate to data handling software to store