6th Grade Math

COURSE DESCRIPTION

6th grade math as an introductory middle level math course. Students will learn about statistical thinking and organizing data. Students also will learn about problem solving, exponents, and order of operations. Students will also learn basic Algebra and Geometry. By the end of this course students should also be able to perform operations using numbers other than whole numbers. This includes working with decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers. Students will learn to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. They should also understand how to multiply, divide, add, and subtract decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.

CHAPTERS

**Ch.1 – Geometry**

Identify the Parts of a Solid

Areas of Quadrilaterals & Triangles

Parts of Geometric Figures

Constructing Geometric Figures

Areas of Polygons

Circumference and Area of a Circle

Similar Triangles

Radius and Diameter

Circumference and Area

Identifying Parts of a Circle

Ordered Pairs

Areas on the Coordinate Plane

Areas of Irregular Polygons

Volume of a Rectangular Prism

Supplementary, Complementary and Vertical Angles

Geometry Test

**Ch.2 – Number System**

Operations on Mixed Numbers

Using Positive and Negative Numbers to Describe Quantities

Division of Fractions

Using Positive and Negative Numbers to Describe Quantities

Graphing Points

Exponents: Prime Factorization

Multiples and Least Common Multiples

Factors and Greatest Common Factor

Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Decimals

Multi-Digit Division

Identifying Factors

Comparing and Ordering Numbers in Different Forms

Integers: Addition and Subtraction

Absolute Value

Comparing and Ordering Numbers

Estimating Percents

Identifying Percents

Reciprocals

Operations on Mixed Numbers

Rational Numbers on a Number Line

Radicals: Inverse Relationships

Exponential Form

Coordinate Geometry

Multiply Multi-Digit Decimals

Fractions, Decimals and Percents

Multiply and Divide Fractions

Multiplying Decimals

Dividing with Decimals

**Ch.3 – Expressions amd Equations**

Describing Relationships Using Independent and Dependent Variables

Equivalent Expressions

Proving Expressions are Equivalent

Expressions Involving Exponents

Describing Relationships Using Independent and Dependent Variables

Proving Expressions are Equivalent

Equivalent Expressions

Expressions Involving Exponents

Expressions with Exponents

Translating Verbal Expressions into Inequalities

Solving Two-Step Equations

Writing Algebraic Expressions

Solving One-Step Equations

Translating Verbal Expressions

Evaluate Expressions with Rational Numbers

Order of Operations

Translating Mathematical Sentences

Expressions amd Equations Test

**Ch.4 – Statistics and Probability**

Statistical vs. Non-Statistical Questions

Summary Statistics

Median, Mode and Range

Predicting Experiment Results

Compare Summary Statistics

Dependent Events

Frequency Tables

Counting Principle

Interpreting Graphs

Venn Diagrams

Making Predictions Using Data

Statistics and Probability Test

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