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Mahomet-Seymour Schools

 Curriculum

Mathematics - Grade 6

 

 

 

Whole Numbers

 

The learner will be able to read and write whole numbers to billions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to compare, order and round whole numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to relate addition and subtraction, addition and multiplication, and multiplication and division.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate whole number sums and differences using rounding.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to memorize the basic multiplication facts.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to multiply 1, 2, 3, and 4 digit factors.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to multiply by 10's, 100's, and 1000's mentally.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate products using rounding.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to divide by 1, 2, and 3 digit divisors.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate the quotients using compatible numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to solve problems using the 4 step plan: explore, plan, solve and examine; analyze data and make a decision; use the guess and check strategy; determine whether answers to problems are reasonable.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to evaluate expressions using the proper order of operations.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to evaluate numerical and simple algebraic expressions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to solve problems by finding and extending a pattern.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to recognize and extend sequences.

 

  

 

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Decimals

 

The learner will be able to model, read and write decimals through ten-thousandths.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to read and write decimals through ten-thousandths.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to show decimal relationship between metric units of length (m, cm, mm, km).

 

  

 

The learner will be able to measure line segments using cm and mm.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to compare and order decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to round decimals to the nearest whole number, tenth, and hundredth.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate decimal sums and differences using rounding and clustering.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to add and subtract decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to interpret circle graphs using decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate the product using rounding.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to use powers and exponents in expressions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to multiply decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to divide decimals by whole numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to multiply and divide decimals by 10's, 100's, and 1000's.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to divide decimals by decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to round quotients.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to discuss metric units of measure and change units.

 

  

 

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Patterns and Number Sense

 

The learner will be able to apply the rules of divisibility for 2, 3, 5, 6, 9 and 10.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to recognize prime and composite numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find the prime factorization of a composite number.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find the GCF (greatest common factor).

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find the LCM (least common multiple).

 

  

 

The learner will be able to express terminating decimals as fractions in simplest form.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to express fractions as terminating and repeating decimals.

 

  

 

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Fractions

 

The learner will be able to use models to represent fractions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to understand the meaning of fractions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to represent using pictures, number lines, and division.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to understand numerator and denominator concepts.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find a fraction equal to another fraction.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to express fractions in simplest form.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to express mixed numbers as improper fractions and vice versa.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to measure line segments with rulers using fourths and eighths of an inch.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to compare and order fractions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to round fractions and mixed numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate sums and differences of fractions and mixed numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to add and subtract fractions with like denominators.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to add and subtract mixed numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to estimate fraction products using compatible numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to multiply fractions and mixed numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to divide fractions and mixed numbers.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find the probability of an event and explore experimental probability.

 

  

 

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Graphs and Statistics

 

The learner will be able to solve problems by interpreting bar graphs and pictographs.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to solve problems by organizing data into a table.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to choose appropriate scales and intervals for frequency tables.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to construct bar graphs and line graphs.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to make predictions from line graphs.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to determine the mean, median, and mode for a given set of data.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to explore the effect of extreme values on measures of central tendency.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to recognize when statistics and graphs are misleading.

 

  

 

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Geometry

 

The learner will be able to classify, measure and draw angles.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to construct congruent angles and segments.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to bisect line segments and angles.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to sort and classify triangles and quadrilaterals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to name polygons: parallelograms, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, and decagon.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to describe and define lines of symmetry.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to determine congruence and similarity.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to create Escher-like drawing using translations.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find area and perimeter and distinguish between the two.

 

  

 

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Ratio Proportion Percent

 

The learner will be able express ratios as fractions.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to solve proportions using cross products.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to find actual lengths from scale drawings.

 

  

 

The learner will be able to express percents as fractions and decimals.

 

  

 

The learner will be able find percent of a number.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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