Working on the Statistics Project? Click here for the project outline, due dates, and grading rubric.
Writing a graph summary? Click on each type of graph to see sentence frames for your paragraph.Studying Times Tables? Try the links below:
(Plans Posted early are subject to change.)
|4/29 - Summarizing BiVariate Graphs
Hmwk: Bivariate Graph w/Summary for project Due Tuesday
|4/30 - Target Tables
Hmwk: Start Revising & Assembling final project
|5/1 - Block Day/No Class
||5/2 - Project Simulation w/group
Hmwk: Continue Revising & Assembling final Project
|5/6 - Turn in Final Project
Start Algebra unit
|5/7 -Reading and Writing Expressions||5/8 - Writing and Evaluating Expressions||5/9 - None||5/10 - Bike rentals worksheet.|
|5/13 - Combining like terms.||5/14 - Distributive Property||5/15||5/16 - Solving Addition and Subtraction Equations||5/17 - Solving Multiplication and Division Problems|
|5/20 - Writing and Solving Equations||5/21 - Study for test.||5/22||5/23 - Introductory Algebra Test!||5/24|
5/31 - Study for Final exam
|6/3 - 6th Grade Final, keep reviewing.||6/4- 6th Grade Final, keep reviewing.||6/5- 6th Grade Final, keep reviewing.||6/6- 6th Grade Final, keep reviewing.||6/7- 6th Grade Final, keep reviewing.|
Below are the 6th grade targets. The ones we are currently working on are in bold.
6.RP.1 – I can use ratios to describe the relationship between quantities.
6.RP.2 – I can find calculate unit rates.
6.RP.3 – I can use ratios to find missing values including percent, unit price, and speed.
6.NS.1 – I can divide fractions.
6.NS.2 – I can do long division without a calculator.
6.NS.3 – I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals without a calculator.
6.NS.4 – I can find least common multiple and use it to add & subtract fractions. I can find the greatest common factor and use it to simplify fractions.
6.NS.5 – I understand positive and negative numbers.
6.NS.6 – I can plot points on a 4-quadrant coordinate grid.
6.NS.7 – I can compare positives, negatives, and absolute values using inequalities.
6.NS.8 – I can find horizontal and vertical distances on a coordinate grid.
6.EE.1 – I can find the value of expressions with exponents.
6.EE.2 – I can write, read, and evaluate expressions with variables and correctly use the order of operations.
6.EE.3 – I can use the distributive, associative, and commutative properties to write and simplify equivalent expressions.
6.EE.4 – I can identify when expressions are equivalent by simplifying and substituting multiple values.
6.EE.5 – I can solve simple equations/inequalities to find the value(s) of a variable that makes the equation/inequality true.
6.EE.6 – I can write expressions in order to solve a problem.
6.EE.7 – I can solve real world problems using equations.
6.EE.8 – I can write, solve, and graph simple inequalities.
6.EE.9 – I can write an equation to relate an independent and dependent variable.
6.G.1 – I can find the area of triangles, quadrilaterals, and compound shapes.
6.G.2 – I can find the volume of a rectangular prism.
6.G.3 – I can draw and identify polygons on a coordinate grid given the coordinates of its vertices.
6.G.4 – I can model prisms and pyramids and find their surface areas.
6.SP.1 – I can write questions with statistical variable responses.
6.SP.2 – I can describe the center, spread, and shape of statistical responses.
6.SP.3 – I can find and describe measures of center, as well as the interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation for a set of data.
6.SP.4 – I can graph data using a line plot, a histogram, or a box plot.6.SP.5 – I can use graphs, measures of center, spread, variation, and sample size to summarize a data set and use them to make predictions about a larger population.
Oregon has adopted the Common Core State Standards. For more info on the 6th Grade CCSS, Click Here.
|4/1 - Intro Graphs
|4/2 - Bar Graphs & 2nd Round OAKs Testing
|4/3 - Block Day/No Class
||4/4 - Pie Charts & 2nd Round of OAKs Testing
|4/5 - Dot Plots
4/8 - Histograms
Hmwk (1st & 5th): Histogram Handout
3rd Period: Problem 1.1 A-C on handout.
|4/9 - Summarizing Graphs
Hmwk (1st & 5th): Movie Data
|4/10 - Block Day/No Class||4/11 - 1st and 5th periods: Mean!!! ANDProject Outline
3rd period: Who has better sleep patterns? And the project outline posted above.
|4/12 - Teacher Grading Day/ No School|
| 4/15 - Measures of Center
Hmwk (1st & 5th): Measures of Center handout
| 4/16 - Box Plots
Hmwk (1st & 5th): Basketball Box Plots
|4/17 - Block Day/No Class|| 4/17 - CAR Testing
| 4/18 - More Box Plots
Hmwk (5th):Summarizing Box Plots
| 4/22 - Calculating an outlier
Hmwk: (5th) Class Data
| 4/23 - Target Tables
|4/24 - Block Day/No Class|| 4/25 - ScatterPlots
Data for the Project is due along with a paragraph describing how you collected it 'randomly'!
Hmwk (5th Period): Scatterplot
| 4/26 - Coordinate Graphs
Hmwk: Find mean, median, mode, mean absolute deviation, & outliers for your project data. Complete a histogram and box plot as well as a summary.