# Course Title:Math 6 Grade: 6

Curriculum Map

Course Title:Math 6 Grade: 6

Unit (Name/Number):Unit 3- Ratios, Rates, and Percents / Pacing:Approximately 18 days (5 lessons)
Essential Question(s):How do I represent and/or solve real-world and mathematical problems using rates, ratios, and/or percentages?
Content/Key Concepts / Standards / Key Vocabulary / Learning Activities/Resources / Evidence of Learning
Represent a Number as a Fraction, Decimal, and Percent / M06.A-R.1.1.5 /
• percent
• decimal
• fraction
• convert
• equivalent
/ Learning Activities:
Convert between…
• Fractions and decimals
• Decimals and percentages
• Percentages and fractions
Resources:
• EDpuzzle
• PBS Learning Media
• Khan Academy Practice
/ Ticket Out The Door: A brief assessment of the individual student’s progress and understanding of the topic in order to provide the teacher with a formative assessment and snapshot of student learning to determine the need for reteaching or advancement to enrichment or customized activities.
Find the Percent of a Number / M06.A-R.1.1.5 /
• of (multiply)
• is (equals)
/ Learning Activities:
Find the part given the whole and percent
Find the whole given the part and percent
Apply to real-world problems
• Gratuity
• Sales
Resources:
• EDpuzzle
• IXL
/ Ticket Out The Door: A brief assessment of the individual student’s progress and understanding of the topic in order to provide the teacher with a formative assessment and snapshot of student learning to determine the need for reteaching or advancement to enrichment or customized activities.
Interpret and Compare Ratios and Rates / M06.A-R.1.1.1
M06.A-R-1.1.3 /
• ratio
• equivalent ratio
• rate
• unit rate
/ Learning Activities:
Using ratio tables
Apply to real-world problems
• Recipes
• Paint/Oil concentration
• Other mixtures of food and materials
Resources:
• EDpuzzle
• Khan Academy Practice
/ Ticket Out The Door: A brief assessment of the individual student’s progress and understanding of the topic in order to provide the teacher with a formative assessment and snapshot of student learning to determine the need for reteaching or advancement to enrichment or customized activities.
Solve Unit Rate Problems Including Those Involving Unit Pricing and Constant Speed / M06.A-R.1.1.2
M06.A-R.1.1.4 /
• constant speed
• distance
• rate/speed
• time
• d=rt
• unit cost
/ Learning Activities:
Compare unit prices for better buy and constant speeds for faster/slower rates
Resources:
• Math Antics & Learn Zillion
• Braining Camp
• IXL
/ Ticket Out The Door: A brief assessment of the individual student’s progress and understanding of the topic in order to provide the teacher with a formative assessment and snapshot of student learning to determine the need for reteaching or advancement to enrichment or customized activities.