# Class Pages

6th March 15 2018 Math

Students will:

• Find the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms.
• Find the surface area of pyramids.
• Summarize numerical data using the mean.
• Find and interpret the median and mode of a set of data.
• Find the measures of variation.
• Find and interpret the mean absolute deviation for a data set.
• Choose an appropriate measure of central tendency.
• Construct and analyze line plots.
• Construct and analyze histograms.
• Display and interpret data in box plots.
• Describe a data distribution by its center, spread, and overall shape.
• Draw and interpret line graphs.
• Select an appropriate display for a set of data.

Students will be able to answer the following Essential Questions

• Why is it important to carefully evaluate graphs?
• How are the mean, median, and mode helpful in describing data?
• How is shape important when measuring a figure?

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6th January 19 2018 Math

Students will:

• Use properties to simplify expressions
• Use the distributive property to compute multiplication problems mentally and to rewrite algebraic expressions
• Solve equations by using mental math and the guess, check, and revise strategy
• Solve and write addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations
• Complete function tables for given function rules
• Extend and describe sequences using algebraic expressions
• Construct and analyze different verbal, tabular, graphical, and algebraic representations of functions
• Solve inequalities by using mental math and the guess, check, and revise strategy
• Write and graph inequalities
• Solve one – step inequalities
• Find the areas of parallelograms, trapezoids, and composite figures
• Find the areas and missing dimensions of triangles
• Determine how changes in dimensions affect perimeter and area
• Draw polygons in the coordinate plane and use coordinates to find length
• Find the volume of rectangular and triangular prisms
• Find the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms

Students will be able to answer the following Essential Questions

• How is it helpful to write numbers in different ways?
• How do you determine if two numbers or expressions are equal?
• How are symbols, such as <, >, and =, useful?
• How is shape important when measuring a figure?

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6th November 22 2017 Math

During the 2nd quater 6th grade will cover:

• Fractions- converting fractions into decimals and percents
• Decimals-converting decimals into fractions and percents
• Percents-converting percents into fractions and decimals as well as estimating with percents and setting up percent proportions.
• Multiply decimals by whole numbers
• Divide multi-digit numbers
• Divide decimals by whole numbers
• Divide decimals by decimals
6th November 15 2017 Math

Students will:

• Find quotients of problems involving multi-digit numbers
• Estimate the quotients of decimals and judge the reasonableness of the results
• Divide decimals by whole numbers
• Divide decimals by decimals
• Estimate products with fractions
• Multiply fractions and whole numbers
• Multiply mixed numbers
• Change units of measure in the customary system
• Divide whole numbers by fractions
• Divide fractions by fractions
• Divide mixed numbers
• Use integers to represent real - world situations
• Find the absolute value of an integer
• Compare and order integers
• Write positive and negative fractions as decimals
• Compare and order rational numbers
• Graph ordered pairs on the coordinate plane

Students will be able to answer the following Essential Questions

• How can estimating be helpful?
• What does it mean to multiply and divide fractions?
• How are integers and absolute value used in real - world situations?

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6th November 13 2017 History

During the second quarter 6th grade will be exploring Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. They will be learning about how these two civilizations were built as well as how they fell and everything in between!

6th November 12 2017 Religion

## 6 Religion

During 2nd quarter 6th grade will continue with Unit 2 in Religion. We will look at the Eucharistic Celebration, the Commandments, our journey towards Heaven and then at how God invites us to His Kingdom.

We continue to reflect on topics from the Youth Catechism, Jesus Always, and numerous other resources to reinforce our knowledge and understanding of our faith.

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6th November 12 2017 Science

## 6 Science

For second quarter we will look at the following content:

Plate Tectonics

Earthquakes

Volcanoes

It is important to understand how they happen and what we can do to prepare ourselves to be safe.

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6th September 01 2017 ELA

Literature--During the first quarter, sixth grade will be completing a unit on poetry. We will study the elements of poetry and figurative language, and we will even be writing poems.

Vocabulary--Units are completed independently over a 2 week span, with the last day of the second week being a test day. Parts of units are assigned in chunks, and students should be writing due dates for each section in their planners.

English--We will be focusing on capitalization and punctuation rules. We will be reviewing the Step-Up to Writing process while completing assignments and using what we have learned about punctuation and capitalization.

6th, 7th, 8th August 29 2017 Math

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6th August 27 2017 Religion

## 6 Religion

First quarter content will consist of the following:

Revelation

Sacrifice

Covenant and Commitment

Piety/Prayer

Slaves being delivered

Passover/Eucharistic Celebration

*there will be a test about every 5-6 days