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Class Information

Our units of study include:

  • Unit 1: Statistics-

    • 6.SP.1

      • I can define and identify statistical questions.

    • 6.SP.2

      • I can describe the distribution of data based on its center, spread, and overall shape.

    • 6.SP.3

      • I can compare a measure of center (a single number) to the measure of variation (how values vary with a single number).

    • 6.SP.4

      • I can use data to construct and analyze a dot plot.

    • 6.SP.4

      • I can use data to construct and analyze a histogram.

    • 6.SP.4

      • I can use data to construct and analyze a box plot.

    • 6.SP.5

      • I can summarize data sets by reporting the number of observations.

    • 6.SP.5

      • I can summarize data sets by describing how the data was measured and its units of measurement.

    • 6.SP.5

      • I can summarize data sets by giving the measures of center (median and/or mean).

    • 6.SP.5

      • I can summarize data sets by giving variability (Interquartile range and/or mean absolute deviation).

    • 6.SP.5

      • I can summarize data by describing patterns in the data.

  • Unit 2: 2-D Geometry

    • 4.MD.3

      • I can apply the area formula for rectangles in real-world and mathematical problems.

    • 6.G.1

      • I can find the area of triangles, focusing on discussing, developing, and justifying formulas.

    • 6.G.1

      • I can find the area of special quadrilaterals (parallelograms, trapezoids), focusing on discussing, developing, and justifying formulas for these shapes.

    • 6.G.1

      • I can find the area of complex figures by breaking the figure into triangles and quadrilaterals.

    • 6.G.1

      • I can find the area of triangles and quadrilaterals in real-world problems.

  • Unit 3: 3-D Geometry

    • 6.G.4

      • I can identify names and characteristics of 3D shapes.

    • 6.G.4

      • I can use nets to represent 3D shapes made up of rectangles and triangles (cube, rectangular prism, triangular prism, square pyramid, triangular pyramid)

    • 6.G.4

      • I can use nets to find the surface area of prisms and pyramids made up of rectangles and triangles.

    • 6.G.4

      • I can solve real-world and mathematical problems to find the surface area of 3D figures made up of rectangles and triangles.

    • 5.MD.5

      • I can apply the formula ??=??×??×h to find the volume of right rectangular prisms with whole number side lengths to solve real-world and mathematical problems.

    • 6.G.2

      • I can find the volume of a right rectangular prism with fractional edge length by packing with unit cubes.

    • 6.G.2

      • I can apply the formula ??=??×??×h to find the volume of right rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths to solve real-world and mathematical problems.

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