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         Math Pacing Calendar - June 2020

                                           Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

HW

Monday. 6/1

 

25-2  FRACTIONAL DIMENSIONS  

 

Explore how the volume of a rectangular prism can be found by multiplying or by decomposing the prism into unit cubes, even when the edge lengths are fractional.

 

Do and Submit today, June 1, 2020:
#7-8, p.255, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tuesday 6/2

 

25-3  FINDING AN UNKNOWN DIMENSION  

 

Explore how to find a missing fractional dimension of a prism given its volume and two of its other dimensions.

 

Do and Submit today, June 2, 2020:
#14-15, p.257, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wednesday

6/3

 

25-4  GUIDED PRACTICE  

 

Solve a set of volume problems involving fractional dimensions by applying the volume formula.

 

Do and Submit today, June 3, 2020:
#16-18, pp.258-259, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Friday

6/5

 

25-5  INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

 

Do and Submit today, June 5, 2020:
#1-6, pp.260-261, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Monday

6/8

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 24: Volume

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tuesday 6/9

 

Unit 4 Review and Assessment: GEOMETRY

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wednesday 6/10

 

26-1  UNDERSTAND STATISTICAL QUESTIONS  

 

Explore the difference between statistical and non-statistical questions.

 

Do and Submit today, June 10, 2020:
#1, p.267, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thursday

6/11

 

26-2  IDENTIFYING STATITICAL AND NON-STATISTICAL QUESTIONS  

 

Determine whether questions are statistical or non-statistical and explain reasoning.

 

Do and Submit today, June 11, 2020:
#10, p.269, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Friday

 6/12

 

26-3  GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT PRACTICE  

 

Solve a set of problems of how variability distinguishes a statistical question from a non-statistical question.

 

Do and Submit today, June 12, 2020:
#11-14, pp.270-271, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Monday 6/15

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 26: Understand Statistical Questions

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tuesday

6/16

 

27-1  MEASURES OF CENTER AND VARIABILITY

 

Explore how to explain variability in data using line plots and concepts of variability in data.

 

Do and Submit today, June 16, 2020:
#1, p.273, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wednesday 6/17

 

27-2  MEAN AS THE CENTER

 

Explore how to use mean or average to describe the center of a data set.  

 

Do and Submit today, June 17, 2020:
#7-8, p.275, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thursday

6/18

 

27-3  MEDIAN AND MODE AS THE CENTER  

 

Explore how to use median and mode to describe the center of a data set.

 

Do and Submit today, June 18, 2020:
#14, p.277, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Friday

 6/19

 

27-4  SPREAD OR VARIABILITY OF DATA SET  

 

Explore how to describe the spread or variability of a data set using range and the mean absolute deviation (MAD).

 

Do and Submit today, June 19, 2020:
#19, p.279, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Monday

6/22

 

27-5  GUIDED PRACTICE:

FINDING MEASURES OF CENTER AND VARIABILITY  

 

Do and Submit today, June 22, 2020:
#20-22, pp.280-281, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tuesday 6/23

 

27-6  INDEPENDENT PRACTICE:

FINDING MEASURES OF CENTER AND VARIABILITY  

 

Do and Submit today, June 23, 2020:
#1-5, pp.282-283, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wednesday

6/24

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 27:

 

Measures of Center and Variability

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thursday 6/25

 

WRAPPING UP LESSONS 26 AND 27

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Friday

 6/26

 

WRAPPING UP 6TH GRADE MATH

 

Continue

on your

class work.

 



         Math Pacing Calendar - May 2020

                                         Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

HW

Friday. 5/1

 

32-1  GRAPH POINTS in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Identify the coordinates of points in the coordinate plane and interpret their meaning within the context of a problem.

 

Do and Submit today, May 1, 2020:
#1, p.327, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Mon. 5/4

 

32-2  RELATIONSHIP in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Explore different ways to represent and use relationships between quantities in problems.

 

Do and Submit today, May 4, 2020:
#6-8, p.329, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tues.

5/5

 

32-3  SOLVING PROBLEMS on a COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Explore different ways of using a graph in the coordinate plane to salve a problem by applying their understanding of the distance between two points on a number lumber line.

 

Do and Submit today, May 5, 2020:
#12-15, p.331, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wed. 5/6

 

32-4  Guided Practice through Example:

SOLVING PROBLEMS on a COORDINATE PLANE

 

Do and Submit today, May 6, 2020:
#16-18, pp.332-333, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thurs. 5/7

 

32-5  Independent Practice:

SOLVING PROBLEMS on a COORDINATE PLANE

 

Do and Submit today, May 7, 2020:
#1-5, pp.334-335, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Fri. 5/8

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 32: Graph Points in the Coordinate Plane

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Mon. 5/11

 

23-1  POLYGONS in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Answer a series of questions to analyze plane figures in the coordinate plane; review concepts and vocabulary helpful for investigating polygons on a coordinate plane.

 

Do and Submit today, May 11, 2020:
#1, p.231, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tues.

5/12

 

23-2  FINDING AREAS on a COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Find missing coordinates and dimensions; use our understanding of coordinates and polygons to solve problems.

 

Do and Submit today, May 12, 2020:
#6-8, p.233, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wed. 5/13

 

23-3  MAKING POLYGONS in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Explore and explain how to find the area of a polygon on a coordinate plane.

 

Do and Submit today, May 13, 2020:
#14-15, p.235, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thurs. 5/14

 

23-4  Guided Practice through Example:

DRAWING and ANALYZING POLYGONS

in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Do and Submit today, May 14, 2020:
#16-18, pp.336-337, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Fri. 5/15

 

23-5  Independent Practice:

DRAWING and ANALYZING POLYGONS

in the COORDINATE PLANE  

 

Do and Submit today, May 15, 2020:
#1-5, pp.338-339, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Mon. 5/18

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 23: Polygons in the Coordinate Plane

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tues.

5/19

 

24-1  NETS and SURFACE AREA  

 

Examine how three-dimensional figures can be unfolded into two-dimensional flat surfaces called nets; explore finding the surface area of a figure by adding the area of the faces shown in the net.

 

Do and Submit today, May 19, 2020:
#1, p.241, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wed. 5/20

 

24-2  SURFACE AREA of a RECTANGULAR PRISM  

 

Examine a table used to organize the needed data; learn how to find surface area of a rectangular prism by adding the areas of the faces.

 

Do and Submit today, May 20, 2020:
#7-8, p.243, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thurs. 5/21

 

24-3  SURFACE AREA of a TRIANGULAR PRISM  

 

Use what we learned on Monday to find the surface area of the triangular prism by adding up the areas of the triangles and rectangles that make up the faces of the figure.

 

Do and Submit today, May 21, 2020:
#13-14, p.245, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Fri. 5/22

 

24-4  SURFACE AREA of a PYRAMID  

 

Use what we learned on Monday and Tuesday to find the surface area of the pyramid by adding up the areas of the triangles and the square that make up the faces of the figure.

 

 

Do and Submit today, May 22, 2020:
#20-21, p.247, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Tues.

5/26

 

24-5  Guided Practice through Example:

USING NETS and FINDING SURFACE AREA  

 

Do and Submit today, May 26, 2020:
#22-24, pp.248-249, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Wed. 5/27

 

24-6  Independent Practice:

USING NETS and FINDING SURFACE AREA  

 

Do and Submit today, May 27, 2020:
#1-5, pp.250-251, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Thurs. 5/28

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 24: Nets and Surface Area

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.

Fri. 5/29

 

25-1  VOLUME  

 

Explore how the volume of a rectangular prism can be found by multiplying or by decomposing the prism into cubes.

 

Do and Submit today, May 29, 2020:
#1, p.253, Textbook.

 

 

Continue

on your

class work.




        Math Pacing Calendar - April 2020

                                        Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

HW

Wed. 4/1

 

Quadrilaterals and Polygons: https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GE.6.0023.phx.10&sc=q

 

Do and Submit on Thursday, April 2,2020:

#7-8, p.223, Textbook. #5-8, p.250, Homework Book.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Thurs. 4/2

 

https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GEO.5.1000.10.v2.v2&sc=q
https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GE.6.0022.phx.10&sc=q
https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GE.6.0023.phx.10&sc=q

 

Do and Submit on Friday, April 3, 2020:
#13-14, p. Textbook p.225. #5-7, Homework Book, p.252.

 

Continue Class work.

Fri. 4/3

 

Do and Submit on Monday, April 6, 2020:
#15, 16, and 17, pages 226-227, Textbook;

#1 - 4, pp.253-254, Homework Book.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Mon. 4/6

 

Do and Submit on Tuesday, April 7, 2020:
#1-5, pages 228-229, Textbook;

 

Also, read the attached Family Letter of this lesson to relate all the work we did so far on the Textbook and Homework Book for Lesson 22.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Tues. 4/7

 

For today, continue to finish the CLASSWORK assigned yesterday so that your finished work will be checked and graded. Some students handed it in on time and already received a grade. Fix your mistakes and ask questions until your mistakes are fully understood.

The Performance Task, which was assigned on Thursday, 3/26/2020, when we took the Unit 3 Interim Assessment, is a project-based math work. Its due date already passed. Please engage in this piece of project-based work if you have not turned in, try your best, ask questions, and submit it ASAP. The due date for this project-based work is extended to Friday, 4/10/2020.

 

Continue Class work.

Wed. 4/8

 

For today's one period of math, we will continue to engage in the project-based performance task, on the last page of Unit 3 Interim Assessment. There are a number of questions that you need to answer. Please put your work on a loose-leaf sheet as your scrap or draft. You will need more than one sheet, and a graph paper to finish everything. You do not put it on Google Docs until you are sure, there are no more careless mistakes on your first project-based performance task. It is not due until Friday, April 10, 2020. So try your best to turn in a high quality of math project.

 

Continue Class work.

Thurs. 4/9

 

Testing Live Class Testing

 

 

Continue Class work.

Fri. 4/10

 

Today we have one period for math. It is time to put together all your effort in finishing the project-based performance task. Ask questions here if you still have, as many as you have, I will get back to you as soon as I can. Be sure to be thorough and complete in finishing your project.

 

Continue Class work.

Mon. 4/13

 

Click the attached links on our Math Google Classroom to watch the following tutorial videos related to Lesson 22, Area of Polygons:

a. Classify Quadrilaterals

b. Classify Triangles

c. Classify Two-dimensional Figures

d. Identify Two-dimensional Figures

 

 

Continue Class work.

Tues. 4/14

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 22: Area of Polygons

 

 

Continue Class work.

Wed. 4/15

 

1. A number of students have not turned in Lesson Quiz 22. Ask questions today to get help. You need to get it done.
2. Students who turned in and got your work graded and turned back to you yesterday, correct your mistakes and submit your corrections.
3. Students who turned in after school yesterday, you will get it graded and returned to you today. Fix your mistakes and submit your corrections.

 

Continue Class work.

Thurs. 4/16

 

Last year in 5th Grade, after we took the state math test, we learned more in May and June in 2019 about pattern relationships, points on coordinate plane, and more. These lessons are added to 6th grade math curriculum as Additional Lessons, Lesson 30, 31, and 32. From today on, we are going to get them done before we begin Lesson 23.

Do and Submit today, April 16, 2020:
#1, p.311, Textbook.


 

Continue Class work.

Fri. 4/17

 

Review your work, which was already graded and returned yesterday to you. Fix your mistakes if you have. Pay attention to #1 on page 311. The wording of your answer matters a lot. Be sure to answer question the way it is presented to you.

 



If not yet submitted, the work needs to be done and submitted. It was due yesterday, Thursday, 4/16/2020. No exceptions.

Then, continue Lesson 30 to study pages 312 and 313. You might need to go back to pages 310 and 311 in order understand today's topic, "Comparing Two Numerical Patterns". Write your answers to #5 and #6 using Google Docs and submit it to me for grading. It is due today.

Do and Submit today, April 17, 2020:
#5-6, p.313, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Mon. 4/20

 

Use a picture and a table to understand numerical patterns in a word problem; graph the ordered pairs; compare the two patterns.

 

Do and Submit today, April 20, 2020:
#12, p.315, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Tues. 4/21

 

Use lists, tables and ordered pairs to solve word problems involving patterns of numbers.

 

Do and Submit today, April 21, 2020:
#13-15, pp.316-7, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Wed. 4/22

 

Analyze relationships I patterns of numbers to solve problems that might appear on a mathematics test.

 

Do and Submit today, April 22, 2020:
#1- 5, pp.318-9, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Thurs. 4/23

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 30: Analyze Patterns and Relationships

 

 

Continue Class work.

Fri. 4/24

 

31-1   UNDERSTAND the COORDINATE PLANE   Explore the concept of the coordinate plane; learn how to distinguish between the x-axis and the y-axis and identify the origin; explore ordered pairs and locations of points in the coordinate plane, including the origin (0,0), also learn key vocabulary terms related to the coordinate plane.

 

Do and Submit today, April 24, 2020:
#1, p.321, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Mon. 4/27

 

31-2   POINTS on a COORDINATE PLANE    Explore the concept of the coordinate plane; learn how to distinguish between the x-axis and the y-axis and identify the origin; explore ordered pairs and locations of points in the coordinate plane, including the origin (0,0), also learn key vocabulary terms related to the coordinate plane.

 

Do and Submit today, April 27, 2020:
#7, p.322, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Tues. 4/28

 

31-3   IDEAS ABOUT POINTS on a COORDINATE PLANE   Use points graphed on the coordinate plane to create a table; explain the pattern formed by the plotted points and extend the pattern by naming and plotting more points.

 

Do and Submit today, April 28, 2020:
#15 -17, p.324, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Wed. 4/29

 

31-4   IDEAS ABOUT POINTS on a COORDINATE PLANE   Use points graphed on the coordinate plane to create a table; explain the pattern formed by the plotted points and extend the pattern by naming and plotting more points.

 

Do and Submit today, April 29, 2020:
#18, p.325, Textbook.

 

 

Continue Class work.

Thurs. 4/30

 

Review and Lesson Quiz 31: Understand the Coordinate Plane


 

Continue Class work.

 




Math Pacing Calendar - March 2020 - UPDATED

                                      Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

Homework

Mon. 3/2

19-3.   Solve an equation in the form of px = q using the inverse of multiplication to isolate the variable.

pp. 207-8

Tues. 3/3

19-4.   Practice solving equations using inverse operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with and without guidance.

pp. 209-12

Wed. 3/4

19-5.   Review and Quiz: Solving Equations

pp. 213-4

Thurs. 3/5

20-1.   Understand inequalities with four symbols, relate them to equations in similarities and differences.

pp. 215-6

Fri. 3/6

20-2.   Write and solve inequalities with inequality graphs using arrows in opposite directions, shaded lines, and open and closed circles.

pp. 217-8

Mon. 3/9

20-3.   Practice writing, graphing, and solving more inequalities problems that might appear on a mathematical test, with and without guidance.

pp. 219-20

Tues. 3/10

20-4.   Review and Quiz: Solving Inequalities

pp. 221-4

Wed. 3/11

21-1.   Explore equations with dependent and independent variables using a table of values of tickets purchased and total cost.

pp. 225-5

Thurs. 3/12

21-2.   Explore how a value table, graph, and equation are all related in describing dependent and independent variables relationship.

pp. 227-8

Fri. 3/13

21-3.   Practice representing a problem with an equation, a table, and a graph to solve word problems that might appear on a mathematical test, and relating variables in pairs or on our own with and without guidance.

pp. 229-32

Mon. 3/16

SCHOOL CLOSED

 

Tues. 3/17

SCHOOL CLOSED

 

Wed. 3/18

SCHOOL CLOSED

 

Thurs. 3/19

SCHOOL CLOSED

 

Fri. 3/20

SCHOOL CLOSED

 

Mon. 3/23

Review Lesson 21 Homework Package, pp. 252-232, which is attached in Google Classroom as HWL21.pdf, to make sure all questions are done for Lesson 21 Quiz.

Continue on Class work.

Tues. 3/24

Lesson 21 Review and Quiz: Dependent and Independent Variables

Continue on Class work.

Wed. 3/25

Review Lesson 21 Quiz, which is graded and returned to you. Make sure you now understand all the quiz questions.

Continue on Class work.

Thurs. 3/26

Review Lessons 15-21 for Unit 3 Test: Expressions and Equations

Continue on Class work.

Fri. 3/27

Unit 3 New York State Interim Assessment, attached here as Unit3test.pdf. 

Continue on Class work.

Mon. 3/30

Review the graded and returned Unit 3 Assessment

Preview Lessen 22, Area of Polygons,  
https://cainc.iready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GEO.5.1000.10.v2.v2&sc=q

Continue on Class work.

Tues. 3/31

Today, we'll watch a tutorial video clip for Concepts of Area and Perimeter, https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.GE.6.0022.phx.10&sc=q, about 14 minutes.

As a follow-up to the tutorial video, we'll read pp.220-221, Textbook, and pp.247-248, Homework Book. Both are attached here as TX22 and HW22.

 1. #1, page 221, Textbook.

2. #5, page 248, Homework Book.
3. #6, page 248, Homework Book.

Extra Credit/Challenge:
#7, page 248, Homework Book.

  Continue on       Class work.



       Math Pacing Calendar - March 2020

                                      Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

Homework

Mon. 3/2

19-3.   Solve an equation in the form of px = q using the inverse of multiplication to isolate the variable.

pp. 207-8

Tues. 3/3

19-4.   Practice solving equations using inverse operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with and without guidance.

pp. 209-12

Wed. 3/4

19-5.   Review and Quiz: Solving Equations

pp. 213-4

Thurs. 3/5

20-1.   Understand inequalities with four symbols, relate them to equations in similarities and differences.

pp. 215-6

Fri. 3/6

20-2.   Write and solve inequalities with inequality graphs using arrows in opposite directions, shaded lines, and open and closed circles.

pp. 217-8

Mon. 3/9

20-3.   Practice writing, graphing, and solving more inequalities problems that might appear on a mathematical test, with and without guidance.

pp. 219-20

Tues. 3/10

20-4.   Review and Quiz: Solving Inequalities

pp. 221-4

Wed. 3/11

21-1.   Explore equations with dependent and independent variables using a table of values of tickets purchased and total cost.

pp. 225-5

Thurs. 3/12

21-2.   Explore how a value table, graph, and equation are all related in describing dependent and independent variables relationship.

pp. 227-8

Fri. 3/13

21-3.   Practice representing a problem with an equation, a table, and a graph to solve word problems that might appear on a mathematical test, and relating variables in pairs or on our own with and without guidance.

pp. 229-32

Mon. 3/16

21-4.   Lesson Review and Quiz: Dependent and Independent Variables

pp. 237-40

Tues. 3/17

Unit 3 Assessment: Expressions, Variables, Equations and Inequalities

pp. 241-4

Wed. 3/18

22-1.   Explore finding area of polygons to relate equations to geometry formulas with a focus on area of different type of triangles using the same formula of a = ½ bh, where a stands for area, b for base or width or length, and h for height.

pp. 245-8

Thurs. 3/19

22-2.   Explore a method for finding the area of a trapezoid and an irregular polygon.

pp. 249-50

Fri. 3/20

22-3.   Explore how to find the area of a figure by decomposing the figure into triangles and parallelograms.

pp. 251-2

Mon. 3/23

22-4.   Review and Quiz: Area of Polygons

pp. 253-4

Tues. 3/24

23-1. Analyze plane figures in the coordinate plane; review concepts and vocabulary helpful for investigating polygons on a coordinate plane; use what we know about rectangles and coordinates to find missing coordinate and dimensions; use our understanding of coordinates and polygons to solve problems.

pp. 257-60

Wed. 3/25

State ELA Exam Day One

 

Thurs. 3/26

State ELA Exam Day Two

 

Fri. 3/27

23-2.   Explore how to find the area of a polygon on a coordinate plane; explain how to solve the problem using our understanding of polygons on a coordinate plane; study a model and then use it solve problems involving polygons in the coordinate plane; use a coordinate plane to solve word problems involving area and perimeter.

pp. 261-4

Mon. 3/30

23-3.   Review and Quiz: Polygons in the Coordinate Plane

pp. 265-6

Tues. 3/31

24-1: Examine how 3-dimensional figures can be unfolded into 2-dimensional flat surfaces called nets; explore finding the surface area of a figure by adding the areas of the faces in the net; examine a face area table; then learn how to find the surface area of a rectangular prism by adding the areas of the faces.

pp.267-70



        Math Pacing Calendar - February 2020

                                             Prepared by Mr. John Xia at the SEEALL Academy (I.S./P.S.180K)

 

Day/Date

Lesson Syllabus

Homework

Mon. 2/3

16-3.   Explore ways to evaluate expressions with variables, and solve problems by writing and evaluating expressions.

pp. 175-6

Tues. 2/4

16-4.   Practice in pairs or on our own in evaluating and writing algebraic expressions to solve word problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 177-80

Wed. 2/5

16-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 16

Algebraic Expressions

Handout

Thurs. 2/6

17-1.   Explore the usage of the commutative, associative and distributive properties in writing equivalent expressions, or the expressions with the equal value.

pp. 181-4

Fri. 2/7

17-2.   Write equivalent expressions with variables by modeling with pictures and math tiles; and identifying like terms.

pp. 185-6

Mon. 2/10

17-3.   Use distributive property and area models to compare and write equivalent expressions involving variables.

pp. 187-8

Tues. 2/11

17-4.   Practice in pairs or on our own to prove the equivalency of expressions using models, substitution, and mathematical properties, and solve problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 189-92

Wed. 2/12

17-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 17

Equivalent Expressions

pp. 193-4

Thurs. 2/13

18-1.   Explore the meaning of solving equations using a pan balance to develop the concept of equality, and equivalent expressions as a way of solving equations.

pp. 195-6

Fri. 2/14

18-2.   Use bar models to write and solve equations to solve word problems, and practice with and without guidance.

pp. 197-8

Mon. 2/24

18-3.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 18

Understand Solutions to Equations

pp. 199-202

Tues. 2/25

ELA Triannual Exam #3


Wed. 2/26

Math Triannual Exam #3


Thurs.  2/27

19-1.   Learn about using inverse operations in addition to pan balance model to isolate a variable in solving equations.

pp. 203-4

Fri. 2/28

19-2.   Write an equation of the form x – p = q to represent a block and pan balance problem, and solve it using inverse operations.

pp. 205-6





           Math Pacing Calendar - January 2020

 

                                                                         Prepared by Mr. John Xia

 

Day/Date

Syllabus of the Lesson

HW

Thurs. 1/2

Revisit Independent Practice:

Dividing Multi-Digit Numbers and Fractions

Handout

Fri. 1/3

Revisit Independent Practice:  Add and Subtract Decimals

Handout

Mon. 1/6

Revisit Independent Practice:  Multiply and Divide Decimals

Handout

Tues. 1/7

Revisit Independent Practice: GCF and LCM

Handout

Wed. 1/8

Revisit Independent Practice:  Positive and Negative Numbers

Handout

Thurs.1/9

Revisit Independent Practice: Absolute Values and Rational Numbers

Handout

Fri. 1/10

Revisit Independent Practice: The Coordinate Plane

Handout

Mon. 1/13

Revisit Independent Practice:  Ratios and Equivalent Ratios

Handout

Tues. 1/14

Revisit Independent Practice:  Rates and Unit Rates

Handout

Wed. 1/15

Revisit Independent Practice:  Solving Percent Problems

 

Thurs. 1/16

Tri-annual Test #2 (Mock Test) Review:

30 Multiple-Choice Questions, Part One

Handout

Fri. 1/17

Tri-annual Test #2 (Mock Test) Review:

30 Multiple-Choice Questions, Part Two

Handout

Tues. 1/21

Tri-annual Test #2 (Mock Test) Review,

Open-Response Questions, Part One

Handout

Wed. 1/22

Tri-annual Test #2 (Mock Test) Review,

Open-Response Questions, Part Two

Handout

Thurs. 1/23

15-1.   Understand numerical expressions with exponents as a shorter or simplified way for repeated multiplication, in which the number being multiplied by itself is called the base, and the raised number showing how many times the base is multiplied is the exponents.

pp. 159-62

Fri. 1/24

15-2.   Use a step-by-step table and repeated multiplication chart to evaluate and write numerical expressions with exponents to solve a real-world problem.

pp. 163-4

Mon. 1/27

15-3.   Use order of operations in evaluating numerical expressions with whole-number exponents.

pp. 165-6

Tues. 1/28

15-4.   Practice in pairs or on our own in evaluating expressions with powers of whole-number exponents to solve word problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 167-8

Wed. 1/29

15-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 15

Numerical Expressions with Exponents

Handout

Thurs.1/30

16-1.   Understand a variable as a letter for an unknown number, a constant as a known number, and a coefficient as a number factor in variable term. Terms in algebraic expressions are separated with addition and/or subtraction signs.

pp. 169-72

Fri. 1/31

16-2.   Explore ways to write expressions using numbers, variables, and operational symbols from verbal descriptions, identify parts of an expression and write an expression from words.

pp. 173-4



Math Pacing Calendar - December 2019

 

Prepared by Mr. John Xia

 

Day/Date

Syllabus of the Lesson

HW

Mon. 12/2

 

12-2.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 12

Understand Positive and Negative Numbers

pp. 133-4

Tues. 12/3

 

13-1.   Use a vertical number line to visualize the distance of a point from 0; then relate the distance from zero to the absolute value of a number; Use number lines to solve problems involving comparing rational numbers and their absolute values; then solve word problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 135-6

Wed. 12/4

 

13-2.  Review and Quiz for Lesson 13

Absolute Value and Ordering Numbers

pp. 145-6

Thurs. 12/5

14-1.   Use coordinates to locate points on a coordinate plane; then learn about the quadrants of a coordinate plane and use them to describe the location of points; Explore the changes in the coordinates of a figure when it is reflected across the x- and y-axes; then learn how coordinates change when figures are reflected across the x- and y-axes.

pp. 147-8

Fri. 12/6

 

14-2.  Review and Quiz for Lesson 14

The Coordinate Plane

pp. 151-2

Mon. 12/9

ELA Midterm Day One

 

Tues. 12/10

ELA Midterm Day Two

 

Wed. 12/11

Unit 2 Review and Assessment: The Number System

pp.155-8

Thurs. 12/12

Math Midterm Day One

 

Fri. 12/13

Math Midterm Day Two

 

Mon. 12/16

 

Lesson 10 Re-catch:  Multiply and Divide Decimals

Multiply decimals as we multiple whole numbers before setting decimal point; Divide decimals as whole numbers after removing the decimal point in the divisor.

pp. 103-4

Tues. 12/17

 

Lesson 11 Re-catch: GCF and LCM

Greatest common factor is used for locating “Maximum” while least common multiple is for “Minimum”.

pp. 113-4

Wed. 12/18

 

Lesson 12 Re-catch: Positive and Negative Numbers

Three focuses for positive and negative numbers: elevations, temperatures, and banking balances

pp. 125-6

Thurs. 12/19

Lesson 13 Re-catch: Rational Numbers

Integers are positive and negative whole numbers and zero, while most positive and negative fractions and decimals are rational numbers; use a number line to order and compare rational numbers the way we do with integers.

pp. 131-2

Fri. 12/20

 

Lesson 14 Re-catch: Coordinate Plane

Locations on four quadrants, changed location, and reflections.

pp. 143-4



        Math Pacing Calendar - November 2019

 

                                                                          Prepared by Mr. John Xia

 

Day/Date

Syllabus of the Lesson

HW

Fri. 11/1

7-2.   Explore how to divide a whole number by a fraction using a bar picture and by modeling the problem using words and an equation.

pp. 67-8

Mon. 11/4

 

7-3.   Explore how to divide a fraction by a fraction using a double number line and by modeling the problem using words and an equation.

pp. 69-70

Wed. 11/6

7-4.   Explore how to divide a mixed number by a fraction using bar pictures and by modeling the problem using words and an equation.

pp. 71-2

Thurs. 11/7

7-5.   Practice solving problems that require dividing a whole number by a fraction, dividing a fraction by a fraction, and dividing a mixed number by a fraction that might appear on a mathematics test.

pp. 73-4

Fri. 11/8

 

7-6.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 7

Divide with Fractions

pp. 75-6

Tues. 11/12

8-1.   Use a bar model to solve a division word problem, and use partial quotients and the division algorithm to solve the problem.

pp. 77-8

Wed. 11/13

8-2.   Use partial quotients and the division algorithm to solve a problem, then compare the two methods used, and solve two additional problems.

pp. 79-80

Thurs. 11/14

8-3.   Explore dividing a 5-digit dividend by a 2-digit divisor, explore the connection between division and multiplication.

pp. 81-2

Fri. 11/15

 

8-4.   Use the standard division algorithm or partial quotients to solve more word problems that might appear on a mathematics test.

pp. 83-4

Mon. 11/18

 

8-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 8

Dividing with 5-Digit Dividends

pp. 85-6

Tues. 11/19

9-1.   Use estimation to add decimals and check if the estimated sum is reasonable, then use place-value charts to review the addition of decimals.

pp. 87-8

Wed. 11/20

9-2.   Explore a problem involving the addition of decimals by estimating, using a place-value chart, and lining up the decimal points.

pp. 89-90

Thurs. 11/21

9-3.   Explore a problem involving the subtraction of decimals by estimating, using a place-value chart, and lining up the decimal points.

pp. 91-2

Fri. 11/22

 

9-4.   Practice using estimation, place-value charts and equations to solve decimal addition and subtraction problems that might appear on a mathematics test.

pp. 93-4

Mon. 11/25

 

9-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 9

Add and Subtract Decimals

pp. 95-6

Tues. 11/26

10-1.   Use the knowledge of fractions to learn multiply decimals in the same way as they multiply whole numbers.

pp. 97-8

Wed. 11/27

10-2.   Explore using fractions and the standard multiplication algorithm to solve a problem involving multiplication of decimals.

pp. 99-100




           Math Pacing Calendar - October 2019

 

                                                                                 Prepared by Mr. John Xia

 

Day/Date

Syllabus of the Lesson

HW

Wed. 10/2 

  

4-1.   Visualize equivalent ratios using a double number line, and use the double number line to solve problems. 

pp. 27-9

Thurs. 10/3 

4-2.   Create a ratio table to find the equivalent ratios that solve a problem, and learn how to use unit price to solve problem.

pp. 30-2

Fri. 10/4 

4-3.   Use double number lines to solve problems involving time and distance.

pp. 33-4

Mon. 10/7  

4-4.   Use tables and double number lines to convert measurement units, and multiply or divide to solve the conversion problems.

pp. 35-6

Tues. 10/8    

4-5.   Use tables, double number lines, multiplication, and division to solve problems involving ratios that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 37-8

Thurs. 10/10 

4-6.   Review and Quiz for

Lesson 4: Solve Problems with Unit Rate

pp. 49-52

Fri. 10/11 

  

5-1.   Learn that ratios with 100 for the second quantity are called percents, and percents can be used to compare ratios that have different second numbers.

pp. 39-40

Tues. 10/15  

5-2.   Use a bar model and a multiplication expression to find the percent of a number.

pp. 41-2

Wed. 10/16 

Math Tri-Annual 1 

 

Thurs. 10/17

5-3.   Use double number lines and tables to represent a situation in which part and a percent are given in order to find the whole.

pp. 43-4

Fri. 10/18 

  

5-4.   use tables, double number lines, bar models, and computation to solve problems involving percent.

pp. 45-6

Mon. 10/21 

5-5.   Use percents to solve problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 47-8

Tues. 10/22  

5-6.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 5: Solve Problems with Percent

pp. 53-6

Wed. 10/23  

Unit One Review

 

Thurs. 10/2 

Unit One Test:  Ratios and Proportional Relationship

 

Fri. 10/25 

 6-1.   Explore dividing a fraction and a whole number by a fraction, and dividing fraction by a whole number.

pp. 57-8

Mon. 10/28 

6-2.   Use a number line to divide a fraction by a fraction, solve related word problems in pairs and groups.

pp. 59-60

Tues. 10/29 

  

6-3.   Solve a fraction word problem by writing an expression and drawing a model.

pp. 61-2

Wed. 10/30 

  

6-4.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 6

Understand Division with Fractions

pp. 63-4

Thurs. 10/31 

7-1.   Explore dividing a whole number by a fraction using a model, and explore solving a division problem using multiplication.

pp. 65-6



         Math Pacing Calendar - September 2019

 

                                                                             Prepared by Mr. John Xia

 

Day/Date

Syllabus of the Lesson

HW

Thurs. 9/5 

Orientation of 6th grade math/Supply List 

Math Rubric for Homework and Class-work 

 

Fri. 9/6  

1-1.   Read a problem involving making comparisons using ratios, write both part-to-whole and part-to-part comparisons, and learn about different types of ratios and ratio phrases and notation. 

pp. 1-2 

Mon. 9/9  

1-2.   Read a problem concerning ratios and study different ways to model it, and use ratios to describe the relationships among quantities. 

p.3-4 

Tues. 9/10 

1-3.   Use models and ratio notation to compare quantities. 

pp. 5-6

Wed. 9/11 

  

1-4.   Write ratios to solve word problems that might appear on a mathematics test.   

pp. 7-8 

Thurs. 9/12 

1-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 1: Ratios 

 

Fri. 9/13 

  

2-1.   Explore comparison of one quantity to another using ratios and related rates and unit rates, review the terms of ratio, rate, and unit rate. 

pp. 9-10 

Mon. 9/16  

2-2.   Use a double number line to find the rate and unit rate when given a ratio, work with the double number line to reinforce the concepts of unit rate and rate in the context of word problem, and use equivalent fractions to find rate and unit rate. 

pp. 11-2 

Tues. 9/17  

2-3.   Demonstrate understanding of ratios, rates, and unit rates in three different word problems, work with the ratios of two ingredients to change the quantities needed when using recipe. 

pp. 13-4 

Wed. 9/18 

  

2-4.   Take an independent practice in finding unit rates in a recipe problem that involves converting customary measurement units of capacity. 

pp. 15-6 

Thurs. 9/19 

2-5.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 2 

Understand Unit Rate 

 

Fri. 9/20 

  

3-1.   Use multiplication and division to equivalent ratios, related rates, and unit rates, and use tables to find equivalent ratios. 

pp. 17-8 

Mon. 9/23 

3-2.   Use a diagram and a table to solve a problem involving a proportional relationship.

pp. 19-20

Tues. 9/24 

  

3-3.   Use a table and a graph that shows the proportional relationship needed to solve a problem.

pp. 21-2

Wed. 9/25 

  

3-4.   Use ratio tables, graphs, and proportional reasoning to solve problems involving ratios.

pp. 23-4

Thurs. 9/26  

3-5.   Find equivalent ratios to solve problems that might appear on a mathematical test.

pp. 25-6

Fri. 9/27 

3-6.   Review and Quiz for Lesson 3Equivalent Ratios