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1 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Common Core State Standards Math Content Standards Ratios and Proportional Relationships RP Understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems. The Number System NS Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions. Compute fluently with multi digit numbers and find common factors and multiples. Apply and extend previous understandings of numbers to the system of rational numbers. Expressions and Equations EE Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions. Reason about and solve one variable equations and inequalities. Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables. Geometry G Solve real world and mathematical problems involving area, surface area, and volume. Statistics and Probability SP Develop understanding of statistical variability. Summarize and describe distributions Standards for Mathematical. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 4. Model with mathematics. 5. Use appropriate tools strategically. 6. Attend to precision. 7. Look for and make use of structure. 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. Academic Services Department 003
2 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Common Core State Standards not found in 6 th Grade CA Mathematics Standards: The Number System 6.NS.5b, 6.NS.7c, 6.NS.7d, 6.NS.8 Expressions and Equations 6.EE.8, 6.EE.9 Geometry 6.G., 6.G.3, 6.G.4 Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability.3,.,., 3.0 Found in 7 th and 8 th grade CCSS Grade 6 CA Standards not found in Grade 6 Common Core State Standards: Number Sense.3 Measurement and Geometry.0,.,., Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability.,., 3.0, 3., 3., 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 Academic Services Department 003
3 Dates 8/9 9/4 8 3 Topics: Content and Chapter : Decimals and Integers Course Introduction: Diagnostic, Preliminary Class Activities. Using Estimation Strategies. Adding and Subtracting Decimals.3 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals.4 Measuring in Metric Units.5 Comparing and Ordering Integers.6 Adding and Subtracting Integers.7 Multiplying and Dividing Integers.8 Order of Operations and the Distributive Property.9 Mean, Median, Mode, and Range 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages E & F & text CD s AF.3 CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 AF.3 CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d AF. CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3.d NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, NS.3 CCSS 6.EE.3, NS., 3 NS.3 CCSS 6.EE.3, NS., 3 AF.3 CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 AF.4 CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c, 3 SDAP. CCSS 6.SP., 3 SDAP.3 CCSS None Chapter 4 Graphic Organizer/Reteaching/Daily Puzzle /Activity Lab/ Workbook (Pages 7) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Workbook Puzzle/Video tutor help (Pages 95) Graphic Organizer/Reteaching/Daily Puzzle Activity Lab/ Workbook (Pages 83) Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab/ Reading Comprehension/Puzzles (Pages 53) workbook/ Enrichment/Vocabulary Builder Read/Write Math symbols/ Activity Lab (Pages 3340) Workbook/ Enrichment/ Math Reasoning Activity Lab /Daily Puzzle (Pages 449) Workbook/ Enrichment/ Activity Lab Puzzle/Reteaching (Pages 557) Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab Puzzle/Reteaching (Pages 5866) Workbook/ Enrichment/ Activity Lab/Puzzle/Test Taking Strategies (Pages 6773) Chapter Review Review & Test Material (Pages 7486) AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 Operations with Decimals; Comparing and NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, Ordering Whole Integers; Operations with Due 9/7 Integers NS.3 CCSS 6.EE.3, NS., 3 Baseten blocks Have students read decimals out loud to develop the language Partner students to complete problem as a pair Have students explain their strategies for solving problem Use real life application (money, sea level, temperature, football, golf, etc ) Integer tiles to build conceptual understanding Sentence strips for remembering rules Academic Services Department
4 Dates 9/5 0/ 4 Topics: Content and Chapter : Exponents, Factors, and Fractions. Exponents and Order of Operations. Prime Factorization 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages 58E & 58F & text CD s Chapter 4 AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 AF.4 CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c, 3 NS.4 CCSS NS.4.3 Simplifying Fractions NS.4 CCSS NS.4.4 Comparing and Ordering Fractions.5 Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions.6 Fractions and Decimals.7 Rational Numbers (Comparing and Ordering) NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, MR.5 NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, MR.4 MR 3. NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, Workbook/Graphic Organizer/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment (Pages 8997) Workbook/Enrichment/Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle (Pages 9803) Workbook/Enrichment/Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle (Pages 05) Workbook/Enrichment Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle (Pages 39) Workbook/Enrichment/Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Mindpoint Quiz (Pages 58) Workbook/Enrichment/Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle Vocabulary Check (Pages 937) Workbook/Enrichment Reteaching/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle Read/Write Math Symbols (Pages 3947) Chapter Review Review Test Material (Pages 486) Use flash cards to study key vocabulary: divisible, prime, composite, multiple, factor, equivalent, improper, mixed, comparing and ordering Have students read fractions out loud to develop the language Use a number line to visualize multiples Fraction models/bars/circles Partner students  one creates a problem the other answers Card sorts Due 0/7 NS. CCSS 6.NS.5, 6, 6a, 6b, 6c, 7, NS.4 Prime Factorization, LCM, GCF; Simplifying Fractions; Comparing and Ordering Positive and Negative Fractions and Decimals; Converting Between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Estimation using benchmark fractions (closer to zero, ½ or?) Academic Services Department
5 Dates Topics: Content and 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages 04E & 04F & text CD s 0/5 0/30 Chapter 3: Operations with Fractions Chapters Estimating with Fractions and Mixed Numbers 3. Adding and Subtracting Fractions 3.3 Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers 3.4 Multiplying with Fractions 3.5 Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers 3.6 Changing Units in the Customary System NS. CCSS 6.NS. NS. CCSS NS. NS.4 CCSS NS.4 MR. Mathematical s MR.4 Mathematical NS. CCSS NS. NS.4 CCSS NS.4 MR. Mathematical s NS. CCSS NS. NS. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.4 Mathematical s MR.5 Mathematical NS. CCSS NS. NS. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.4 Mathematical AF. CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3.d Workbook/Reteaching/Graphic Organizer/ Activity Lab/Vocabulary Builder (Pages 670) Mathematical Reasoning/Puzzle Activity Lab/ Reteaching/ Workbook (Pages 776) Reteaching/Daily Puzzle/ Workbook/ Vocabulary Study Skills (Pages 7985) Activity Lab/ Reteaching/Vocabulary Study Skills/ Enrichment/ Workbook (Pages 8793) Reteaching/ Daily Puzzle/Visual Vocabulary/Enrichment (Pages 950) Reteaching/Daily Puzzle/Activity Lab Read & Write Math Symbols/ Workbook (Pages 03) Chapter 3 Review Review & Test Material (Pages 38) 3 Due / NS. CCSS NS. NS.4 CCSS NS.4 Operations with Fractions and Mixed Numbers, with an emphasis on Addition and Subtraction Virtual manipulatives Fraction models/bars/circles Students practice to separate fractions from whole numbers and add separately then recombine Partner talk to explain why answers are reasonable Academic Services Department
6 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Dates Topics: Content and Review text pages 48E & 48F & text CD s 0/3 /6 Chapter 4: Equations Chapter Evaluating and Writing Algebraic Expressions 4. Using Number Sense to Solve Equations 4.3 Solving Equations by Adding 4.4 Solving Equations by Subtracting 4.5 Solving Equations by Multiplying 4.6 Solving Equations by Dividing AF. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c AF.3 CCSS 6.EE,, a, b, c, 3, 4 AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 MR.6 CCSS None AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 AF.3 MR.7 Mathematical AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 MR.4 Mathematical MR 3. Mathematical Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 936) Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 3744) Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 455) Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 5360) Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 667) Enrichment/ Workbook/Activity Lab (Pages 6970) Chapter 4 Review Review and Test Material (Pages 809) /5 3 4 Due /0 INSPECT Blueprint Form A Due /7 AF. CCSS 6.EE.7 AF. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c Evaluating and Writing Algebraic Expressions; Writing OneStep Equations; Solving OneStep Equations (all operations) Create chart of words that indicate operations; have students circle those words in word problems Alert students to translation errors: five fewer than c cats can be misunderstood to mean 5 c. Substitute a number to clarify. Write an equation such as 3x =8 on the board and have students develop their own word problem that fits the equation. Have students read equations completely to develop mathematical language and concepts. Ex: 4y = 0 means 4 times a number equals 0. Clarify meaning of isolate. Ex: x stands alone. Use a scale to demonstrate concept of inverse operations Academic Services Department
7 Dates Topics: Content and 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages 90E & 90F & text CD s /6 /6 5. Ratios Chapter 5: Ratios, Rates, and Proportions 5. Unit Rates and Proportional Reasoning 5.3 Proportions 5.4 Solving Proportions 5.5 Using Similar Figures 5.6 Maps and Scales Drawings NS. CCSS 6.RP., MR.5 Mathematical AF. CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3.d AF. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR. Mathematical MR.5Mathematical NS. CCSS 6.RP., NS.3 CC CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d SS None AF. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d AF.3 CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.3 Mathematical NS.3 CCSS None AF. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR. Mathematical MR.5 Mathematical NS.3 CCSS None MR. Mathematical MR. Mathematical NS. CCSS 6.RP., NS.3 CCSS None MR.5 Mathematical Chapters 58 Workbook/Activity Lab/ Enrichment/Graphic Organizer/Mindpoint Quiz Show (Pages 8) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Error Prevention/Math Reasoning (Pages 95) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/ Algebraic Thinking/Daily Puzzle (Pages 74) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Guided Problem Solving (Pages 53) Workbook/ Activity Lab/ Enrichment/Mindpoint Quiz Show/Daily Puzzle (Pages 3339) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/ Guided Problem Solving/Mindpoint Quiz Show (Pages 45) Use pictures to show parttowhole comparisons (ex: piano keys) Have students use labels next to the numbers when setting up their proportions to make sure they are matched up correctly. Have students label corresponding sides on figures Chapter 5 Review & Test Review and Test Material (Pages 565) 5 Due / NS. CCSS 6.RP., NS.3 CCSS None AF. CCSS 6.RP., 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d Ratios; Unit Rates; Proportions; Similar Figures; Maps and Scales Academic Services Department
8 Dates Topics: Content and 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade CA Content Standards Review text pages 3E & 3F & text CD s /7 / 6 Chapter 6: Percents Chapters Percents, Fractions, and Decimals 6. Percents Greater Than 00% or Less Than % 6.3 Finding Percent of a Number 6.4 Solving Percent Problems Using Proportions 6.5 Solving Percent Problems Using Equations 6.6 Tips and Discounts 6.7 Interest NS.0 CCSS6.RP. 6.NS MR 3. Mathematical NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR 3. Mathematical NS.3 CCSS None NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.7 Mathematical NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.3 Mathematical MR 3.3 Mathematical NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/ Mindpoint Quiz/Reading Comprehension (Pages 6573) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Math Reasoning (Pages 758) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment (Pages 8389) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Math Symbols (Pages 998) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Mindpoint Quiz (Pages 9905) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/Puzzle (Pages 073) Workbook/Activity Lab/Enrichment/ Vocabulary Check/Puzzle (Pages 55) Chapter 6 Review Review & Test Material (Pages 38) Pair students to practice multiplying or dividing a decimal by 00 Percent Strips Have students shade in 00grid to show percents, fractions, decimals Have students partner talk and read problems out loud to translate into proportions and equations Have students solve problems in different ways Use real life application with newspaper ads Create a shopping PowerPoint or flip chart; have students calculate prices on whiteboards 6 Due /6 NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d Using Proportions and/or Equations to Find a Percent, Part, or Whole; Tips, Discounts and Sales Tax; Interest Academic Services Department
9 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Dates Topics: Content and Review text pages 76E & 76F & text CD s /4 /30 Chapter 7: Geometry Chapter Lines and Planes MG.0 CCSS None Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Vocabulary Lab (Pages 3946) 7. Identifying and Classifying Angles 7.3 Triangles 7.4 Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons 7.5 Using the Properties of Angles MG. CCSS None MG. CCSS None MR.7 Mathematical MG. CCSS None MG.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, MR. Mathematical MR. Mathematical MG.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, MG. CCSS None MG. CCSS None MG.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, MR. Mathematical 7.6 Circles AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c 7.7 Circle Graphs NS.3 CCSS None NS.4 CCSS 6.RP3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR.6 CCSS None MR 3. Mathematical Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Reading Comprehension (Pages 4753) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Activity Lab/Guided (Pages 556) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Mindpoint Quiz Show (Pages 669) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Mindpoint Quiz Show (Pages 777) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Activity Lab (Pages 7988) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/ Mindpoint Quiz Show (Pages 8994) Make flash cards or foldables with the terms and pictorial representations Have students find real objects that reflect the different shapes Create classification chart for quadrilaterals with subsets Use Total Physical Response to have students show different types of angles Have students use paper plates to label parts of circles Chapter 7 Review Review & Test Material (Pages 95) 7 Due / MG. CCSS None MG. CCSS None Identifying Angles; Finding Angle Measures Academic Services Department
10 Dates Topics: Content and 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages 3E & 3F & text CD s /3 3/4 7 Chapter 8: Measurement Chapters Perimeter and Area of a Rectangle AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment (Pages 30) 4 8. Perimeter and Area of a Parallelogram 8.3 Perimeter and Area of a Triangle 8.4 Circumference and Area of a Circle 8.5 Three Dimensional Figures 8.6 Surface Areas of Prisms and Circles 8.7 Volumes of Prisms and Cylinders AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c MR. Mathematical MR 3. Mathematical MG. CCSS 7.G.4 MG. CCSS 7.G.4 MR 3. Mathematical MG.0 CCSS 6.G Cluster Statement MG. CCSS 7.G.4 MG. CCSS 7.G.4 MG.3 CCSS6.G. MR. Mathematical Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment (Pages 7) Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment/Guided Problem Solving (Pages 935) Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment/Guided Problem Solving (Pages 3743) Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment (Pages 455) Workbook/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Enrichment/Reading Comprehension (Pages 5360) Workbook/Activity Lab/ Daily Puzzle/Enrichment /Math Symbols/Reading Comprehension (Pages 666) Ask students to provide realworld examples for using perimeter and area measurements Have students measure real objects Have students draw and label the shapes using graph paper and highlighters Have students read the high use academic words to practice the language Have students create a mnemonic device to remember circle formulas Chapter 8 Review Review and Test Material (Pages 6786) /53/ 3 8 Due 3/ INSPECT Blueprint Form B Due March AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c AF 3. CCSS 6.EE., a, b, c MG. CCSS 7.G.4 Perimeter and Area of a Rectangle, Parallelogram, and Triangle; Circumference and Area of a Circle Academic Services Department
11 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Dates Topics: Content and Review text pages 404E & 404F & text CD s 3/5 3/0 Chapter 0: Displaying and Analyzing Data 0. Making Data Displays 0. Analyzing Data Displays 0.3 Sampling (include selfselected as type of sample) 0.4 Surveys and Samples 0.5 Using Graphs to Persuade Prepares for SDAP.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.4 CCSS 6.SP. SDAP.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.5 CCSS 6.MP. SDAP. CCSS 7.SP. SDAP. CCSS 7.SP. SDAP.4 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.4 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, Chapter 9 Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle (Pages 5967) Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Visual Vocabulary (Pages 6975) Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle (Pages 7783) Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Math Symbols (Pages 859) Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle (Pages 9399) Workbook/Reteaching/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Visual Vocabulary Check (Page 008) SDAP. CCSS 6.SP Using Data to SDAP.3 CCSS None Persuade SDAP.4 CCSS 6.SP. SDAP.5 CCSS 6.MP. Chapter 0 Review Review and Test Material (Pages 073) 9 Due 3/5 SDAP. CCSS 7.SP. SDAP.3 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.4 CCSS 6.SP.5a, 5b, 5c, SDAP.5 CCSS 6.MP. Analyzing Data Displays; Evaluating Validity of Claims Based on Statistical Data; Identifying Samples and Which Methods Make a Sample Most Representative; Identifying Bias Have students create and conduct a survey and then make a data display to show the results Write the terms population and sample on the board and explain their meanings; discuss why sampling is performed Create a Name that Sample game and allow students to work in partners Have students create their own examples of biased and unbiased questions Pair students to create test questions Put into groups of four to complete one test together Have students create flash cards of concepts they need to practice Academic Services Department 003
12 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Dates Topics: Content and Review text pages 444E & 444F & text CD s 3/ 4/ Chapter : Probability. Probability. Experimental Probability.3 Sample Spaces.4 Compound Events.5 Disjoint Events SDAP 3.3 CCSS None SDAP 3. CCSS None SDAP 3. CCSS None MR. Mathematical SDAP 3. CCSS None SDAP 3. CCSS None MR. Mathematical MR.5 Mathematical SDAP 3. CCSS None SDAP 3. CCSS None SDAP 3.3 CCSS None SDAP 3.4 CCSS None SDAP 3.5 CCSS None MR.7 Mathematical SDAP 3.3 CCSS None SDAP 3.4 CCSS None MR.4 Mathematical Chapter 9 Workbook/Enrichment/ Daily Puzzle/Guided Problem Solving/Reteaching/Graphic Organizer (Pages 53) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Guided Problem Solving/Reading Comprehension (Pages 3340) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Guided Problem Solving (Pages 447) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle (Pages 4955) Workbook/Enrichment/Daily Puzzle/Vocabulary Checks (Page 576) Use realia to figure probability of random selection (m&ms, clips) with flipping a coin, rolling dice, spinners Create a survey (what is favorite number from 0, favorite color, etc) Chapter Review 0 Due 4/7 SDAP 3. CCSS None SDAP 3.3 CCSS None Review and Test Material (Page 638) Representing All Possible Outcomes for Compound Events in an Organized Way (e.g., tables, grids, tree diagrams) and Expressing Theoretical Probability of Each Outcome; Represent Probability as Ratios, Proportions, Decimals; Probability of an Event Not Occurring Academic Services Department 003
13 Dates Topics: Content and 0 03 Pacing Guide for Sixth Grade Review text pages 366E & 366F & text CD s 4/5 4/30 Chapter 9: Patterns and Rules Chapter 99. Patterns and Graphs 9. Patterns and Tables 9.3 Function Rules MR.3 Mathematical MR. Mathematical MR. Mathematical MR.0 Mathematical MR 3. Mathematical MR 3. Mathematical NS.3 CCSS6.EE.3, NS., 3 AF.3 CCSS 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d 6.RP.3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d MR. Mathematical workbook/enrichment/activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Graphic Organizer (Pages 8) Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle (Pages 93) Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle (Pages 44) Have pairs create patterns and get together with other pair to find the pattern Have students place same data in different types of graphs Provide objects have students create a word problem then make a table to go with it 9.4 Using Tables, Rules, and Graphs AF. CCSS6.RP.. 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Reading Comprehension/Math Symbols (Pages 533) 9.5 Graphing Linear Equations MG.3 CCSS 6.G.5 Workbook/Enrichment/Activity Lab/Daily Puzzle/Visual Vocabulary /Vocabulary Review (Pages 3540) 5/  6/4 8 Chapter 9 Review Teacher Created (No ) Use Results of MDTP to reteach and prepare students for Pre Algebra CST Window Review and Test Material (Pages 458) Academic Services Department
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