Grade 6 Mathematics Advanced 2018-2019

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Grade 6 Mathematics Advanced2018-2019Please Note:All standards are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be usedvoluntarily by teachers for planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course are bestanswered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adoptedinstructional resource or supplemental resources that align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems thatalign to the topic/standard.Publisher Resource:Go Math (use student Active Directory)Other Course Supplemental Resources:IXL Math – Grade 6 StandardsKhan AcademyGrade 6 MathematicsIXL Math – Grade 7 StandardsGrade 7 MathematicsFSA Practice:Grade 6 FSA Mathematics Computer-Based PRACTICE TESTGrade 6 FSA Mathematics Computer-Based Practice Test Answer KeyMathematics Practice Tests and Answer Keys – PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers)Mathematics Practice Tests – Smarter Balanced Assessment ConsortiumMathematics Practice Tests - Scoring Guides - Smarter BalancedAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Grade 6 Mathematics AdvancedWeek18/1028/13 – 8/1738/20 – 8/2448/27 – 8/31Quarter 1Aug 10 – Oct 1259/4 – 9/769/10 – 9/1479/17 – 9/2189/24 – 9/28910/1 – 10/52018-2019Major Concepts / Topics Pre-Test/Long Division Introduction Lesson 1.1 – Identifying Integers and Their OppositesLesson 1.2 – Comparing and Ordering IntegersLesson 1.3 – Absolute ValueReview and Test Module 1, Long DivisionLesson 3.1 – Classifying Rational NumbersLesson 3.2 – Identifying Opposites and Absolute Value of RationalNumbersLesson 3.3 – Comparing and Ordering Rational NumbersModule 1 and 3 TestLesson 9.1 – ExponentsLesson 9.3 – Order of OperationsLesson 17.1 and 17.2—Adding Integers Lesson 17.1 and 17.2—Adding IntegersLesson 17.3 and 17.4-- Subtracting IntegersTest Module 17Lesson 18.1 and 18.2 – Multiplying and Dividing IntegersLesson 18.1 and 18.2 – Multiplying and Dividing IntegersLesson 18.3 – Application of IntegersModule 18 TestLesson 9.2 – Prime FactorizationLesson 2.1 – Greatest Common FactorLesson 2.2 – Least Common MultipleReview/Test Module 2/Lesson 9.2Adding/Subtracting Fractions reviewLesson 4.1 – Applying GCF and LCM to Fraction OperationsLesson 4.2 – Dividing FractionsLesson 4.3 – Dividing Mixed NumbersLesson 4.4 - Solving Multistep Problems with Fractions and MixedNumbersReview and Test Module 4Possible ResourcesLesson 1.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 1.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 1.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 3.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 3.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 3.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 9.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 9.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 17.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 17.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 17.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 17.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 18.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 18.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 18.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 18.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 9.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 2.1– Khan AcademyLesson 2.2– Khan AcademyAdd/Subtract Fractions – Khan AcademyLesson 4.1 – Khan AcademyMultiply Fractions – Khan AcademyLesson 4.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 4.3 – Khan AcademyAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Grade 6 Mathematics Advanced1010/8 – 10/12 Lesson 5.1 – Dividing Whole NumbersLesson 5.4 – Dividing DecimalsLesson 5.2 – Adding and Subtracting Decimals2018-2019Lesson 5.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 5.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 5.2 – Khan AcademyAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Grade 6 Mathematics AdvancedWeek110/16 – 10/19210/22 – 10/26310/29 – 11/2411/5 – 11/9Quarter 2Oct 16 – Dec 21511/13 – 11/16611/19 – 11/20711/26 – 11/30812/3 – 12/7912/10 – 12/141012/17 – 12/21Major Concepts / Topics Lesson 5.3 – Multiplying DecimalsLesson 5.5 – Applying Operations with Rational NumbersTest Module 5/Unit 2Lesson 6.1 -- RatiosLesson 6.2 – RatesLesson 6.2 – RatesLesson 6.3 – Using Ratios and Rates to Solve ProblemsLesson 12.1 Graphing on the Coordinate PlaneQuiz Module 6/Lesson 12.1Lesson 7.1 – Ratios, Rates, Tables and GraphsLesson 7.2 – Solving Problems with ProportionsLesson 7.3 – Converting within Measurement SystemsLesson 7.4 – Converting Between Measurement SystemsTest Module 6/7Lesson 8.1 – Understanding PercentLesson 8.2 – Percents, Fractions, and DecimalsLesson 8.1 – Understanding PercentLesson 8.2 – Percents, Fractions, and DecimalsLesson 8.3 – Solving Percent ProblemsLesson 8.3 – Solving Percent ProblemsTest Module 8/Unit 3Lesson 10.1 – Modeling and Writing ExpressionsLesson 10.2– Evaluating ExpressionsLesson 10.3 – Generating Equivalent ExpressionsLesson 10.3 – Generating Equivalent ExpressionsTest Module 10Standards ReviewStandards ReviewDistrict Midterm2018-2019Possible ResourcesLesson 5.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 5.5 – Khan AcademyLesson 6.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 6.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 6.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 6.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 12.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 7.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 7.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 7.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 7.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 8.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.3 – Khan AcademyAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Grade 6 Mathematics AdvancedWeek11/7 – 1/1121/14 – 1/1831/22 – 1/2541/28 – 2/1Quarter 3Jan 7 – Mar 1552/4 – 2/862/11 – 2/1472/19 – 2/2282/25 – 3/193/4 – 3/8103/11 – 3/142018-2019Major Concepts / Topics Review Lessons 10.1 and 10.2Lesson 10.3 – Generating Equivalent ExpressionsTest Module 10Lesson 11.1 Writing Equations to Represent SituationsLesson 11.2 – Addition and Subtraction EquationsLesson 11.3 – Multiplication and Division EquationsLesson 11.3 – Multiplication and Division EquationsLesson 11.4 – Writing InequalitiesSolving InequalitiesSolving InequalitiesTest Module 11Lesson 12.2 – Independent and Dependent Variables in Tables and GraphsLesson 12.2 – Independent and Dependent Variables in Tables and GraphsLesson 12.3 – Writing Equations from TablesLesson 12.4 – Representing Algebraic Relationships in Tables and GraphsLesson 12.4 – Representing Algebraic Relationships in Tables and GraphsReview and Test Module 12Lesson 13.1 Area of Quadrilaterals and Classification of QuadrilateralsLesson 13.1 Area of Quadrilaterals and Classification of QuadrilateralsLesson 13.2 – Area of TrianglesLesson 13.3 – Solving Area EquationsLesson 13.4 – Area of PolygonsLesson 14.1 – Distance in the Coordinate PlaneLesson 14.2 – Polygons in the Coordinate PlaneReview Module 13/14Test Module 13/14Lesson 15.1 – Nets and Surface AreaLesson 15.2 – Volume of Rectangular PrismsLesson 15.2 – Volume of Rectangular PrismsLesson 15.3 – Solving Volume EquationsPossible ResourcesLesson 10.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 10.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 11.1 – Khan AcademyEquations – Khan AcademyLesson 11.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 11.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 11.4 – Khan AcademySolve Inequalities – Khan AcademySolve Inequalities – Khan AcademyLesson 12.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 12.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 12.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 12.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 12.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 13.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 13.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 13.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 13.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 13.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 14.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 14.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 15.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 15.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 15.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 15.3 – Khan AcademyAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Grade 6 Mathematics AdvancedWeek13/25 – 3/2924/1 – 4/534/8 – 4/1244/15 – 4/18Quarter 4Mar 25 – May 2454/22 – 4/2664/29 – 5/375/6 – 5/1085/13 – 5/1795/20 – 5/242018-2019Major Concepts / Topics Module 15 ReviewTest Module 15RP.1.3.e – Pi, Circumference, DiameterLesson 16.1 – Measures of CenterLesson 16.2 – Mean Absolute DeviationLesson 16.3 – Box PlotsLesson 16.4 – Dot Plots and Data DistributionLesson 16.5 - HistogramsTest Module 16ReviewTest Module 16Review - Ratio & Proportional RelationshipsReview - Expressions & EquationsReview – GeometryReview – Statistics and ProbabilityReview - The Number SystemLesson 19.1 – Rational Numbers and DecimalsLesson 19.2 - Adding Rational NumbersLesson 19.3 – Subtracting Rational NumbersLesson 19.4 and 19.5 Multiplying and Dividing Rational NumbersLesson 19.6 – Applying Rational Numbers OperationsLesson 19.7 – Algebraic Expressions Lesson 19.7 – Algebraic ExpressionsReview and Test Module 19Lesson 20.1 – Unit RatesLesson 20.2 - Constant Rates of ChangeLesson 20.3 - Proportional Relationships and GraphsLesson 21.1 – Percent Increase and DecreaseLesson 21.2 – Rewriting Percent ExpressionsLesson 21.3- Applications of PercentPossible ResourcesCircles - Khan AcademyLesson 16.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 16.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 16.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 16.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 16.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 16.5 – Khan AcademyStatistical Questions – Khan AcademyDescribing Data – Khan AcademyLesson 19.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.4 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.5 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.6 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.7 – Khan AcademyLesson 19.7 – Khan AcademyLesson 20.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 20.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 20.3 – Khan AcademyLesson 21.1 – Khan AcademyLesson 21.2 – Khan AcademyLesson 21.3 – Khan AcademyAll standards in the state course description are designed to be learned by the end of the course. This guide represents a recommended time line and sequence to be used voluntarily by teachersfor planning purposes. Specific questions regarding when content will actually be addressed in a specific course is best answered by the individual teacher.Teachers may use a wide variety of instructional materials throughout their course. The Possible Resources listed may include the district adopted instructional resource or supplemental resourcesthat align to the topic and/or standard. These Possible Resources provide sample problems that align to the topic/standard.

Lesson 3.3 –Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers Lesson 3.1 – Khan Academy Lesson 3.2 –Khan Academy Lesson 3.3 – Khan Academy 4 8/27 – 8/31 Module 1 and 3 Test Lesson 9.1 –Exponents Lesson 9.3 – Order of Operations Lesson 17.1 and 17.2—Adding Integers Lesson 9.1 – Khan Academy Lesson 9.3 – Khan Academy

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