MA.6.NPO: Number Properties and Operations

MA.6.NPO.U: Enduring Knowledge ? Understandings

MA.6.NPO.U.4: proportional reasoning is a tool for modeling and solving problems encountered in everyday situations.

MA.6.NPO.S.NS1: continue to develop number sense using fractions, decimals and percents, including percents greater than 100% and improper fractions

MA.6.NPO.S.NS2: extend applications of operations (+, −, ×, ÷) to include fractions and decimals

MA.6.NPO.S.NS3: develop place value of large and small numbers, including decimals

MA.6.NPO.S.NS4: explore positive integral exponents (e.g. squares, cubes)

MA.6.NPO.S.NS5: compare, order and convert between whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percents using concrete materials, drawings or pictures and mathematical symbols (e.g., <, "less than or equal to", >, "greater than or equal to", =, "not equal to", order on a number line)

MA.6.NPO.S.NO1: develop addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of common fractions and decimals with manipulatives and symbols (e.g., mental computation, paper and pencil, calculators)

MA.6.NPO.S.NO3: explain and/or demonstrate inversely-related operations (addition and subtraction; multiplication and division)

MA.6.NPO.S.RP1: develop meaning of percent and how to determine a percentage

MA.6.NPO.S.RP3: define and apply ratios to solve real-world problems

MA.6.NPO.S.PNO1: determine prime numbers, composite numbers, prime factorization, factors, multiples, greatest common factor and least common multiple

MA.6.NPO.S.PNO2: simplify fractions and determine equivalent fractions

MA.6.NPO.S.PNO3: use prime numbers, composite numbers, factors, multiples and divisibility to solve problems

MA.6.NPO.S.PNO4: explore and/or demonstrate how applications of properties (e.g., commutative, associative, inverse and identity for addition and multiplication) show relationships among numbers and operations

MA.6.M: Measurement

MA.6.M.U: Enduring Knowledge ? Understandings

MA.6.M.U.3: measurements are determined by using appropriate techniques, tools, formulas and degree of accuracy needed for the situation.

MA.6.M.S.MPA1: find perimeter of regular and irregular polygons in metric and U.S. customary units

MA.6.M.S.MPA2: read and use measurement tools (e.g., rulers, scales, protractors, angle rulers)

MA.6.M.S.MPA3: find area of plane figures composed of triangles, squares and rectangles by subdividing and measuring; use square units appropriately

MA.6.M.S.SM2: estimate, compare and convert (meaning to make ballpark comparisons/not memorize conversion factors between U.S. and metric) units of measurement for length, weight/mass and volume/capacity within the U.S. customary system and within the metric system:

MA.6.M.S.SM2.a: length (e.g., parts of an inch, inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers);

MA.6.M.S.SM2.b: weight/mass (e.g., pounds, tons, grams, kilograms);

MA.6.M.S.SM2.c: volume/capacity (e.g., cups, pints, quarts, gallons, milliliters, liters)

MA.6.G: Geometry

MA.6.G.U: Enduring Knowledge ? Understandings

MA.6.G.U.2: representational systems, including coordinate geometry, are means for specifying locations and describing spatial relationships and are organizers for making sense of the world around them.

MA.6.G.U.3: transformations and symmetry are used to analyze real-world situations (e.g., art, nature, construction and scientific exploration).

MA.6.G.U.4: shape and area are conserved during mathematical transformations (flips, slides and turns). Scale conserves shape, but changes size.

MA.6.G.S.SR1: formulate and use the rules for the sum of angle measures in a triangle (180°) and in a quadrilateral (360°)

MA.6.G.S.SR2: identify and use relationships among lines (e.g., parallel, perpendicular)

MA.6.G.S.SR3: identify, describe and provide examples of the basic geometric elements (points, rays, lines, segments, angles [acute, right, obtuse], planes, radius, diameter, circumference)

MA.6.G.S.TS2: transform (translate and reflect across a horizontal or vertical line) figures in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane and determine new coordinates of the shape after transformation

MA.6.G.S.TS3: explore the rotation of a figure in a plane in the first quadrant, with and without manipulatives

MA.6.G.S.CG1: identify and graph ordered pairs on a positive coordinate system, identifying the origin, axes and ordered pairs

MA.6.G.S.CG2: apply graphing in the positive coordinate system to solve real-world and mathematical problems

MA.6.DAP: Data Analysis and Probability

MA.6.DAP.U: Enduring Knowledge ? Understandings

MA.6.DAP.U.2: the collection, organization, interpretation and display of data can be used to answer questions.

MA.6.DAP.U.3: the choice of data display can affect the visual message communicated.

MA.6.DAP.U.5: for a given set of data or a graph, statistical measures (mean, median, mode, range) can be used to describe the distribution of the data.

MA.6.DAP.U.6: probability can be used to make decisions or predictions or to draw conclusions.

MA.6.DAP.S.DR1: select an appropriate graph to represent given data and justify the selection

MA.6.DAP.S.DR2: collect, organize, construct, analyze and interpret data in a variety of graphical methods, including line plots, line graphs, circle graphs, bar graphs and stem-and-leaf plots

MA.6.DAP.S.DR3: compare data from various types of graphs

MA.6.DAP.S.DR4: relate different representations of data (e.g., tables, graphs, diagrams, plots)

MA.6.DAP.S.CD1: make predictions, draw conclusions and verify results from statistical data and probability experiments

MA.6.DAP.S.CD2: determine and apply measures of distribution (mean, median, mode, range)

MA.6.DAP.S.ES1: pose questions; collect, organize and display data

MA.6.DAP.S.ES2: explore how sample size affects the reliability of the outcome

MA.6.DAP.S.P1: describe or determine (e.g., tables, tree diagrams) the sample space of an event

MA.6.DAP.S.P2: investigate solutions to probability problems using counting techniques, tree diagrams, charts and tables

MA.6.DAP.S.P3: make predictions, draw conclusions and verify results from statistical data and probability experiments

MA.6.DAP.S.P5: explore the role of probability in decision making

MA.6.AT: Algebraic Thinking

MA.6.AT.U: Enduring Knowledge ? Understandings

MA.6.AT.U.2: numerical patterns can be written as rules that generate the pattern.

MA.6.AT.U.6: functions can be written in words, in a symbolic sentence or in a table.

MA.6.AT.S.PRF1: recognize, create and extend patterns (give an informal description of the continuation of a pattern and/or generalize a pattern through a verbal rule)

MA.6.AT.S.PRF2: represent, interpret and describe function relationships through tables, graphs and verbal rules

MA.6.AT.S.PRF3: organize input-output coordinate pairs into tables and plot points in the first quadrant of a coordinate (Cartesian) system/grid

MA.6.AT.S.PRF4: explain how the change in one quantity affects change in another quantity (e.g., in tables or graphs, input/output tables)

MA.6.AT.S.VEO1: explore the use of variables in expressions and equations

MA.6.AT.S.VEO3: describe, define and provide examples of algebraic expressions based on real-world and/or mathematical situations

MA.6.AT.S.EI3: model and solve real-world problems with one variable equations and inequalities (e.g., 8x = 4, x + 2 > 5)

Correlation last revised: 5/11/2018

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