January 14
2014

# Math

# 6th Grade Math Units

- Rational Numbers
- Negative Numbers and Absolute Value
- Common Factors and Common Multiples

- Dividing Fractions
- Making Sense of Division
- Meanings of Fraction Division
- Algorithm for Fraction Division

- Arithmetic in Base Ten
- Adding and Subtracting Decimals
- Multiplying Decimals
- Dividing Decimals

- Introducing Ratios
- What are Ratios?
- Equivalent Ratios
- Representing Equivalent Ratios
- Solving Ratio and Rate Problems
- Part-part-whole Ratios

- Unit Rates and Percentages
- Unit Conversion
- Rates
- Percentages

- Expressions and Equations
- Equations in One Variable
- Equal and Equivalent
- Expressions with Exponents
- Relationships Between Quantities

- Rational Numbers (Part II)
- Inequalities
- The Coordinate Plane

- Area and Surface Area
- Reasoning to Find Area
- Parallelograms
- Triangles
- Polygons
- Surface Area
- Squares and Cubes

- Data Sets and Distributions
- Data, Variability, and Statistical Questions
- Dot Plots and Histograms
- Mean and MAD
- Median and IQR

## Grading Policy

Daily lessons (a combination of classwork and homework) are graded out of 4 points as follows:

- 0-2.5 points – Classwork incomplete, homework not attempted
- 3 points – Classwork complete, homework not attempted
- 3.5 points – Classwork complete, homework attempted but shows some confusion
- 4 points – Classwork and homework complete, lesson objective achieved
- 4.5 points – Classwork and homework completed correctly and extra credit attempted
- 5 points – Nailed everything including the extra credit!

Assessments, roughly 25 points each: 2-3 per unit