HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 1 – Ratios and Rates : Students will be able to understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems, RP Domain.
6.RP.1 - Understand the concept of a ratio and use ratio language to describe a ratio relationship between two quantities.
6.RP.2 - Understand the concept of a unit rate a/b associated with a ratio a:b with b ≠ 0, and use rate language in the context of a ratio relationship.
6.RP.3 - Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations.
6.RP.3a - Make tables of equivalent ratios relating quantities with whole-number measurements, find missing values in the tables, and plot the pairs of values on the coordinate plane. Use tables to compare ratios.
6.RP.3b - Solve unit rate problems including those involving unit pricing and constant speed. For example, if it took 7 hours to mow 4 lawns, then at that rate, how many lawns could be mowed in 35 hours? At what rate were lawns being mowed?
6.NS.4 - Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100 and the least common multiple of two whole numbers less than or equal to 12. Use the distributive property to express a sum of two whole numbers 1–100 with a common factor as a multiple of a sum of two whole numbers with no common factor.
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to explain how to use equivalent rates in the real world.
Students will be able to write equivalent ratios.
Students will be able to express ratios and rates as fractions.
Students will be able to graph ordered pairs in ratio tables to solve problems.
Students will be able to show, through writing and talking in small groups, how to use equivalent rates, as they pertain to the real world.
Students will be able to write out rates and ratios in simplest form.
Students will be able to create ratio tables to solve problems.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Coordinate plane Ratio
Equivalent ratio Unit price
Greatest common factor Unit rate
Least common multiple x-axis
Ordered pair y-axis
Model
Simplest Form
Explain
Justify
Express
Create a bar graph diagram to determine how far a Cheetah will run after different amounts of time. Then students can find the top speed of another animal and compare the distance that animal can run at top speed to the distance the cheetah can run.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit project
Graphic organizer – foldables
IXL – individual, team, whole group
ACC Objectives – CC 1-12
Interactive smart board activities
Writing to win
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit project report
Study guides
IXL
Daily practice assignments
ACC Objectives – CC 1-12
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Test
Mid-Chapter Quizzes

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 2 – Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Ratios and Proportional Relationships (RP) domain
This chapter focuses on content from the Ratios and Proportional Relationships (RP) domain and addresses the following grade 6 standards:
6.RP.3 - Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems
6.RP.3c.- Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to decide when it is better to use a fraction, a decimal, or a percent.
Students will be able to explain, individually and in small groups, how to use fractions, decimals, and percents in real word situations through writing and speaking.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Least common denominator
Percent
Percent proportion
Proportion
Demonstrate Order
Express Compare
Model Determine
Outer Space-Students will show how an astronaut’s weight on the moon is 1/6 of his weight on earth by them rewrite the fraction 30/180 in simplest form.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math – CC objectives 13-25
Interactive white Board Activities (IXL-On Line addition…)
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking __X___ / Formative Assessments:
Unit Project Report IXL
Study Guides Daily Assignments/Practice
Acc Math Objectives – CC objectives 13-25
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Test
Mid Chapter Quizzes

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 3 – Compute with Multi-Digit Numbers: Students will be able compute fluently with multi-digit numbers and find common factors and multiples, NS Domain.
6.NS.2 - Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
6.NS.3 - Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation.
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to estimate and round decimals.
Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals.
Students will be able to discuss, both individually and in small groups, how decimals can be rounded and estimated.
Students will be able to properly explain, in writing, where the decimal goes in the answers to multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction problems.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Compatible numbers
Annex
Divisor
Dividend
Estimate Define
Round Analyze
Sum
Difference
Find
Skyscrapers – Students will be given the dimensions of certain entire skyscrapers as well as how much on average each floor has. They will be asked to estimate the number of floors in the building.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit project
Graphic organizer and/or foldables
IXL – individual, team, whole group
Power Points
Interactive smart board activities
ACC Math Objectives – CC 30-31, 35-40
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening _ X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit project report
Study guides
ACC Math Objectives – CC 30-31, 35-40
IXL objectives over unit
Daily practice assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Test
Mid-Chapter Quizzes

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 4 – Multiply & Divide Fractions: Students will be able to apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions, NS Domain.
6.NS.1 - Interpret and compute quotients of fractions, and solve word problems involving division of fractions by fractions,
6.RP.3 - Solve unit rate problems including those involving unit pricing and constant speed.
6.RP.3d - Use ratio reasoning to convert measurement units; manipulate and transform units appropriately when multiplying or dividing quantities.
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to multiply and divide fractions.
Students will solve real world problems involving multiplication and division of fractions.
Students will be able to create fractions and its corresponding reciprocal.
Students will be able to interpret, through small group discussions, quotients and products of fractions,
Students will write out definitions of key terms such fraction, product, quotient, and reciprocal.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Commutative Property
Dimensional Analysis
Reciprocals
Unit Ratio
Compatible Numbers
Estimate
Find
Convert
Construction - Students will be given several different measuring scenarios where they need to either multiply or divide fractions. Explain to students that 19-inch pieces does not mean 19 equal pieces. In order to find the number of pieces, it would be helpful for students to convert 12 2/3 feet to 152 inches and then divide by 19.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer and/or Foldable
IXL
Accelerated Math Objectives – CC #26 - 29, 33-34
Interactive Smart Board Activities
Power Points
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit project report
Study Guides
Accelerated Math Objectives – CC #26-29, 33-34
IXL
Daily Practice Assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Tests
Chapter Quizzes

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 5-Integers and the Coordinate Plane
6.NS.5, 6.NS.6, 6.NS.6a, 6.NS.6b, 6.NS.6c, 6.NS.7, 6.NS.7a, 6.NS.7b, 6NS.7c, 6.NS.7d, 6.NS.8
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to answer how are integers and absolute value used in the real world situations.
Students will be able to graph integers.
Students will be able to write integers.
Students will be able to discuss with a partner what “absolute value” means.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
absolute value Rational Number quadrants Repeating Decimal
bar notation Opposites
integer Terminating Decimal
Negative integer Positive integer / Academic Words
Graph
Evaluate
Compare
Order
Student will use on-line resources to find temperatures in different parts of the world. Using a number line, students then will move either up or down the numbers line according to their temperatures found. Using words positive integer or negative integer, student s learn the terms and their meanings.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math
Interactive white Board Activities (IXL-On Line addition…)
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual _X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit Project Report
Study Guides
Acc Math Objectives – CC #44-62
IXL
Daily Practice and Assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter tests
Quizzes
ACC Math tests – CC #44-62

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 6 – Expressions
Expressions and Equations (EE) Domain
This chapter focuses on content from the Expressions and Equations (EE) domain. It addresses the following CCSS:
6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 6.EE.2a, 6.EE.2b, 6.EE.2c, 6.EE.3, 6.EE.4, 6.EE.6, 6.NS.3, 6.NS.4
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to solve exponents.
Students will be able to use the order of operations to solve expressions.
Students will be able to use the distributive property compute multiplication problems.
Students will be able write verbal phrases as simple algebraic expressions.
Students will be able to discuss the steps of the order of operations in a small group.
Students will be able to write exponents in expanded form and vice versa.
Students will be able to use the distributive property to rewrite algebraic expressions.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Equivalent Expressions Variable Coefficient Constant
Algebraic Expression Term Distributive Property Base Numerical Expression Exponent
Associative Properties Powers
Commutative Properties Algebra / Academic Words
Evaluate
Factor
Define the variable
Estimate
Sailboats – Students will use a bar diagram to find the difference between the cruising speed and the racing speed of a sailboat.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math Objectives – CC #63-80
Interactive white Board Activities (IXL-On Line addition…)
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual _____
Group _____
Writing _____
Listening _____
Speaking _____ / Formative Assessment:
Unit Project Report
Study Guides
ACC Math Objectives – CC # 63-80
IXL
Daily Practice and Assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Test
Chapter Quizzes
Pretest

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 7-Equations-Student will be able to determine if two numbers or expressions are equal.
6.EE.5, 6.EE.7, 6.RP.3
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to determine if two numbers or expressions are equal.
Students will be able to solve one-step equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Students will be able to identify what type of equation they are trying to solve as either an addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division equation.
Students will be able to write equations by translating words into equation form.
Students will discuss, with a partner or small group, how to solve equations.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Inverse operations
Equals sign
Solution
Equation
Solve
Identify
Students should be able to answer “How do you determine if two numbers or expressions are equal?” by the end of this chapter.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math – CC #81-84
Zondle
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual _X____
Group _X____
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit Project Report IXL
Study Guides Zondle
Acc Math Objectives – CC #81-84 Daily Assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter test
ACC Math Diagnostic Tests
Mid-chapter Quizzes

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 8-Functions and Inequalities: Students will be able to know how symbols, such as <, >, and = are useful in dealing with functions and Inequalities.
6.EE.2, 6.EE.2c, 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.8, 6.EE.9
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to answer how symbols, such as <, >, and = are useful.
Students will be able to complete, find, and graph function tables.
Students will be able solve inequalities.
Students will be able to demonstrate when to use <, >, or = when comparing two values.
Students will be able to write out function rules.
Students will be able to discuss, in groups or with a partner, how to solve one-step inequalities.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Arithmetic sequence Term independent variable Sequence
Dependent variable Inequality
linear function Function
Function table Function Rule
Describe
Represent
Graph
Define
Travel – Students will make a function table by measuring on a map the number of miles from where they live to 10 different towns in South Dakota. Using <, >, or = students will compare distance in miles, yards, and feet.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math – CC #85-91
Zondle
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___
Writing __X___
Listening __X___
Speaking _X____ / Formative Assessments:
Unit Project Report IXL
Study Guides Zondle
Acc Math Objectives – CC #85-91 Daily Assignments
Summative Assessment:
Chapter Test
Mid-Chapter Quizzes
ACC Math Diagnostic Tests

HURON MIDDLE SCHOOL

SIOP Model(research based)
Unit/Theme:
Common Core Standards:
Learning outcomes… / Chapter 9 – Area
Geometry (G) Domain
This chapter addresses content from the Geometry (G) domain and the following standards from Common Core:
6.G.1, 6.G.3, 6.NS.8
Content Objective(s):
Identify what students should know and be able to do….
Language Objective(s): / Students will be able to solve problems using measurements.
Students will be able to find the area of various polygons.
Students will be able to create polygons on the coordinate plane.
Students will be able to explain to a partner how using measurements will help you solve problems in everyday life.
Students will be able to write out the formulas that are used to find the areas of various shapes.
Key Vocabulary:
Technical terms, concept words, and other words….
Building Background:
Provide a real-life context and enable students to bridge prior experiences with new learning… / Content Words
Base Height
Composite Figure Polygon Parallelogram Rhombus
Find
Change
Justify
Describe
Gardens – When given a grid, students will be able to shade the area of the grid that is covered by dahlias.
Practice/Applications:
Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, feedback….Reading, writing, listening, &/or speaking opportunities…. / Unit Project
Graphic Organizer(foldable notes)
IXL
Accelerated Math – Common Core Obj #92-96
Interactive white Board Activities (IXL-On Line addition…)
Review/Assessment:
Review objectives & vocabulary assess learning….
Individual __X___
Group __X___