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Unit 6.1 - Numbers and Operations cont.


Quantitative relationships can be expressed numerically in multiple
ways in order to make connections and simplify calculations.

How do I solve
How do I solve How do I solve problems
problems involving problems involving ratios,
fractions and mixed involving
numbers? rates and
decimals? percents?

6.2.1 - Solve problems


inolving the 6.1.2- Judge the
multiplication and reasonableness of the
division of fractions. results of rational number 6.2.2 - Solve problems 6.2.6 ʹ Solve problems
6.2.2- Solve problems estimates and/or involving the addition, involving ratios, rates
involving the addition, computations. subtraction, multiplication, and percents.
subtraction, 6.2.4 - Solve multi-step and division of decimals.
multiplication, and arithmetic problems using
division of mixed fractions, mixed numbers,
numbers. and decimals.
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Daily Learning Objectives  


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6.1.13 - Represent equivalent fractions, such as the &  
number of fourths in a half, with a physical '$   

(2 minutes timed):
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model. How do I solve Common Denominators


problems involving
fractions and mixed Simplify Converting improper
6.1.14 - Represent the addition and subtraction of fractions to mixed
numbers?
fractions with a concrete or pictorial Greatest Common Factor numbers.
example. 6.1.2 Judge the (GCF)* (All fraction
6.1.15 - Estimate the sum or difference of two reasonableness of answers must be simplified OR
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fractions in a story problem using a the results of from this day forward.)
problem solving method to judge the rational number Reducing fractions to
reasonableness of a result. estimates Uncommon Denominators lowest terms.
1 of 10 (Week of 8/16)

and/or
6.1.16 - Add and subtract fractions with common computations. Lowest Common Multiple OR
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denominators. (review) (LCM)


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Finding equivalent
6.1.10 - Simplify fractions using Representing one as a fractions.
common factors.* ® fraction
6.1.17 - Convert simple fractions with uncommon
denominators to fractions with common
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6.2.2 Solve
denominators to add and subtract them.®
problems involving
the addition,
6.1.18 - Add and subtract simple fractions with subtraction,
uncommon denominator.® (multiplication,
Same as Previous Day and division) of
mixed numbers.
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Daily Learning Objectives   !


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6.1.19 - Convert complex fractions with uncommon 6.2.2 Solve problems &  
denominators to fractions with common involving the '$   

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addition, subtraction, Improper fractions (2 minutes timed):


denominators to add and subtract them.
(multiplication, and џ
division) of mixed Mixed numbers Converting improper
6.1.20 - Add and subtract complex fractions fractions to mixed
numbers.
with uncommon denominators. Pizza Pie Models numbers.
Same as Previous Day 6.1.2 Judge the How do I solve
OR
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reasonableness of problems Fraction x Fraction = a


the results of rational involving fraction of smaller value
number estimates  Reducing fractions to
fractions and lowest terms.
and/or
mixed
computations.
2 of 10 (Week of 8/23)

6.1.21 - Estimate the product of two fractions in a numbers?  OR


story problem using a problem solving 6.2.1 Solve problems
August 2010

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method to judge the reasonableness of a involving the Finding equivalent


result. multiplication (and fractions.
division) of fractions.
6.1.22 - Represent the multiplication of simple
fractions with a physical or pictorial example. 6.2.2 Solve problems
6.1.23 - Multiply fractions with common involving the
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(addition,
and/or uncommon denominators.
subtraction,)
multiplication, and
division of mixed
6.1.24 - Multiply a mixed number with a fraction. numbers.
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6.1.25 - Multiply a mixed number with a mixed


number or whole number.
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6.1.26 - Estimate the quotient of fractions Reciprocal
and/or mixed numbers in a story 6.1.2 Judge the '$   

reasonableness of the Pizza Pie Models (2 minutes timed):
problem to judge the reasonableness
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of a result. results of rational number


estimates and/or Converting improper
computations. fractions to mixed
August 2010

6.1.27 - Represent the division of a whole numbers.


number by a fraction with a physical
or pictorial model. OR
How do I solve
6.2.1 Solve problems problems involving Reducing fractions to
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involving the fractions and mixed lowest terms.


6.1.28 - Divide a whole number by a fraction.
(multiplication and) numbers?
3 of 10 (Week of 8/30)

division of fractions. OR

Finding equivalent
6.1.29 - Represent the division of a simple fractions.
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fraction by another simple fraction


with a physical or pictorial model,
a a

6.2.2 Solve problems


September 2010

6.1.30 - Divide a fraction by a fraction by involving the (addition,


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multiplying one fraction by the subtraction,)


reciprocal of the other fraction. multiplication, and
division of mixed
numbers.
6.1.31 - Divide a mixed number by a fraction.
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6.1.32 - Divide a mixed number by a mixed


number.
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Same as Previous Day. '$   

(2 minutes timed):
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6.2.4 Solve multi-step 


Inverse operation Converting improper
arithmetic problems fractions to mixed
using fractions, mixed numbers.
numbers,( and How do I solve Estimation
6.1.33 - Solve a multi-step story problem decimals). problems OR
4 of 10 (Week of 9/7) 9/6 is Labor Day

involving fractions and mixed involving fractions


numbers using a problem solving
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6.1.2 Judge the and mixed Reducing fractions to


method. reasonableness of the numbers? lowest terms.
results of rational
September 2010

6.1.34 - Use inverse operations to verify the number estimates OR


reasonableness of fraction and/or computations.
computations. Finding equivalent
Same as Previous Day. fractions.
6.2.1 Solve problems
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involving the
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multiplication and
division of fractions.
Benchmark Focus
6.2.2 Solve problems
involving the
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(addition,
subtraction,)
multiplication, and
division of mixed
numbers.
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6.1.35 - Represent the addition and '$   

subtraction of two-digit decimal 6.2.3 Solve problems (2 minutes timed):
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numbers with a physical model. involving the addition, Adding and subtracting
subtraction, decimal numbers Common decimal and
(multiplication, and (using money) fraction equivalencies
6.1.36 - Add and subtract decimal numbers up
division) of decimals. 
to the thousandths place. How do I solve OR
6.1.37 - Solve story problems involving adding problems Regrouping
6.1.2 Judge the
or subtracting decimals. (review) involving Converting decimals
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reasonableness of the
results of rational number decimal Estimation to fractions; fractions
6.1.38 - Use estimation to judge the estimates and/or numbers? to decimals
reasonableness of sums and computations.
5of 10 (Week of 9/13)

differences of decimals.
September 2010

6.1.39 - Solve a multi-step story problems 6.2.4 Solve multi-step


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involving the addition and subtraction arithmetic problems


using (fractions, mixed
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of decimals using a problem solving


method. numbers,) and decimals.

Same as Previous Day.


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Benchmark Focus
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Daily Learning Objectives  


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6.1.40 - Describe the effect of place value when Multiplying decimal '$   

multiplying decimal numbers by 10, 100, numbers (using money) (2 minutes timed):
and 1,000.
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( )* Common decimal and



 (  fraction equivalencies
6.1.41 - Represent the product of a two-digit
decimal number multiplied with a one- How do I solve 
OR
digit whole number using a physical model. problems involving Partial-Product
decimal numbers? Converting decimals
6.1.42 - Use estimation to judge the reasonableness Dealing with the to fractions; fractions
6.1.2 Judge the
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of the product of decimals in a story decimal from factors to to decimals


reasonableness of
using a problem solving method. product
the results of
6of 10 (Week of 9/20)

rational number
September 2010

estimates and/or
6.1.43 - Multiply two-digit decimal numbers with computations.
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one-digit and two-digit whole numbers.


of 10

6.2.3 Solve
problems involving
the( addition,
subtraction,)
6.1.44 - Multiply two-digit decimal numbers with
multiplication, and
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two-digit decimal numbers. (division) of


decimals.

6.1.45 - Multiply three-digit decimal numbers with


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two- or three-digit decimal numbers.


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6.1.46 - Solve a multi-step story problem 6.2.4 Solve multi- '$   

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involving the addition or subtraction step arithmetic (2 minutes timed):


and multiplication of rational numbers problems using Dividing decimal
numbers using money Multiplying and
using a problem solving method. fractions, mixed Dividing decimal
numbers, and numbers by
decimals. How do I solve Division House
6.1.47 - Describe the effect of place value multiples/powers of
when dividing decimal numbers by 10, problems 10
Division Symbol
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100, and 1,000. involving decimal


numbers?
September 2010

Dealing with the


6.1.48 - Represent the quotient of a one-digit decimal point from the
6.1.2 Judge the
7of 10 (Week of 9/27)

whole number divided by a two-digit divisor, dividend, and


reasonableness of the
decimal number using a physical model. results of rational quotient
6.1.49 - Estimate the quotient of two decimal number estimates
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numbers in a story problem using a and/or computations. Repeating vs. Non-


of 10

problem solving method to judge the repeating decimals


reasonableness of a result. 6.2.3 Solve problems
involving the Terminating vs. non-
6.1.50 - Divide two-digit decimal numbers with addition, terminating decimals
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one-digit and two-digit whole numbers. subtraction,


multiplication, and
division of decimals.

6.1.51 - Divide two-digit decimal numbers with


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two-digit decimal numbers.


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6.1.52 - Divide three-digit decimal numbers Inverse Operation '$   

(2 minutes timed):
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with two- or three-digit decimal


numbers. 6.2.3 Solve problems Order of Operations
Multiplying or Dividing
involving the addition, decimal numbers by
subtraction, P multiples/powers of
multiplication, and How do I solve E 10
6.1.53 - Verify the quotient of two decimal division of decimals. M/D
problems involving
numbers by using the inverse decimal numbers? A/S
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operation. 6.1.2 Judge the


reasonableness of the
6.1.54 - Verify the product of two decimal results of rational
8of 10 (Week of 10/4)

numbers by using the inverse number estimates


October 2010

operation. and/or computations.


6.1.55 - Compute the result of a multi-step
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arithmetic problem involving rational


of 10

numbers using the order of 6.2.4 Solve multi-step


operations. arithmetic problems
Same as Previous Day. using fractions, mixed
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numbers, and
decimals.

Benchmark Focus
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6.1.56 - Set up a proportion to compute the Ratio '$   

ratio of two groups given their actual (use of the colon, (2 minutes timed):
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numbers in a contextual problem, fraction bar, or ͞out of͟,


6.2.6 Solve problems Common decimal and
a a    aa  a How do I solve ͞in͟) fraction equivalencies
    a
a  involving ratios, (rates, problems
and percent).
a     involving ratios, Reducing to lowest OR
rates, and terms
6.1.57 - Set up a proportion to compute the percents? Converting decimals
9of 10 (Week of 10/11) Before Fall Break

actual numbers among two groups Setting up a proportion to fractions; fractions


given their ratio in a contextual to decimals
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problem, a a  a 


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6.1.58 - Set up a proportion to compute the


rate given the values of the units in a
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contextual problem, a a #


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Interim Assessment II
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(Numbers and Operations II [partial])


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6.1.59 - Set up a proportion to compute the Rate (as the ratio '$   

value of a unit given the rate in a between units) (2 minutes timed):
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contextual problem, a a #


6.2.6 Solve Common decimal and
)   a*(% How do I solve ( fraction bar or ͞per͟) fraction equivalencies
a ( a& a problems problems
involving
 $    involving Use of division and OR
ratios, rates,
and percents.
ratios, rates, multiplication to solve
and percents?
10of 10 (Week of 10/11) After Fall Break

6.1.60 ʹ Represent the percent of a number with a model. Converting decimals


Setting up a proportion to fractions; fractions
45.5 of
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6.1.61 ʹ Calculate the percent of a number, to decimals


such as ͞What is 60% of 24?͟ Percents (as what
6.1.62 - Compute the value of a percent of a equivalent part out of a
October 2010

whole number in a contextual 100) 6 Converting to


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problem, a a& +a  a decimals and solving by


of 10

a *(,
# $% a multiplication
-((&  a 
͞Of͟ as multiplication
6.1.63 - Set up a proportion to compute the
Converting fractions to
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percent of a fractional part of a whole,


percents
a a %  a ( 
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Benchmark Focus
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