 Cornell Notes Series  6th
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Cornell Notes Series  8th Grade
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Unit 1  Transformations
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 Concept Map and Prerequisite Skills
 Standards, Enduring Understandings and Vocabulary for Unit 1
 Concept 1  Translations >
 Concept 2  Reflections >
 Concept 3  Rotations
 Concept 4  Transformational sequences  congruency
 Concept 5  Dilations >
 Concept 6 Transformational sequences  Similarity
 Concept 7  Similarity, AngleAngle and Proportions
 Concept 9  Transversals  Naming angle relationships
 Concept 10  Transversals  Finding the unknown angle measurement
 Concept 11  Summary of Unit 1 using key vocabulary

Unit 8  Portfolio
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 Syllabus  Accelerated Math 6/7A
 Welcome Page  Team 63
 InnovationEDU LLC
 6th grade  Concept 1  Quotient of fractions
 6th grade  Concept 2 Interpretation of quotients of fractions & visual models
 6th grade  Concept 3  Quotient of fractions' word problems
 6th grade  Concept 4  Dividing multidigit whole numbers
 6th grade  Concept 5  Adding and Subtracting decimals
 6th grade Concept 6  Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
 6th grade  Concept 7  Least Common Multiple
 6th grade  Concept 9 & 10  Ratio and rates/Equivalent ratios
 6th Grade  Concept 17  Conversion within one unit system
 6th grade  Concept 18  Converting between customary and metric
 6th grade  Concepts 20  Expressions with whole number exponents
 Class Assignment Page (6th grade)
 Class Assignment 1  Concepts 1  2
 Class Assignment 1  Concepts 12  Solutions
 Class Assignment 2  Concepts 13
 Class Assignment 2  Concepts 13  Solutions
 Class Assignment 3  Concepts 14
 Assessments
 Assessment 1  Concepts 1  4
 Class Assignment 4  Concepts 1 5
 Home Page  Dr. Fuller
 Home Page
 Class Assignment 5  Concept 1  6
 Class Assignment 5  Concept 6  Solutions
 Class Assignment 7  Concepts 17
 Class Assignment 8  Concept 8 only
 Class Assignment 8  Concept 8 only  solutions
 Practice  Cumulative Test
 Practice  Cumulative Assessment 2  Concepts 1  8 (Quotients of fractions to GCF)
 Class Assignment 11 Concept 11
 Class Assignment 17b  Concepts 1  17
 Class Assignment 18 Concept 18
 Class Assignment 26  Concept 26  Solutions
 Class Assignment 28  Concepts 1  28 Exponents
 Class Assignment 29  Concepts 29 and percentage review
 Concept 23  Evaluating Expressions
 Concept 32  Naming the parts of a polynomial
 Class Assignment 32  Concepts 1  32
 Concept 22  Order of operations
 Class Assignment 3637
 Class Assignment 3637b  Order of Operations
 6th grade Homework Page
 6th  Master HomeworkOctober weeks 34
 Master Homework  October  weeks 34  solutions
 Concept 42  Equations
 Class Assignment 42
 Class Assignment 42b
 Class Assignment 42ww  through solving equations
 Class Assignment 43  solutions
 Concept 44  Inequality notes
 Class Assignment  through inequalities  solutions
 Class Assignment 45  through Inequalities
 Concept 47  Independent and dependent variables  w equations
 Class Assignment 47
 Master HW  November weeks 1  2
 Class Assignment 48
 Experiment
 Class Assignment 50  Concepts 4450
 Class Assignment 50  Solutions
 Class Assignment 50c
 Class Assignment 50c  Solutions
 Class Assignment 54
 Class Assignment 54 solutions
 Class Assignment 54bb
 Class Assignment 56  SA
 Class Assignment 56  Task 1 pg. 299302
 Class Assignment  Semester Review  Percentages
 6th grade Concept 49  Area of polygons
 6th grade Concpet 46  Graphing Inequalities
 Concept 50  Finding the Area of polygons through decomposing
 Concept 51  Volume with fractional edges
 Concept 52 Volume with fractional edges real world problems
 Concept 55  Statistical questions
 Class Assignment 55  Statistical Questions and Visual displays
 Concept 61c  Mean & Medium & mode
 Concept 60c  Mean, Median, Mode
 Class Assignment 59a  Mean, Median and Mode problems only
 Concept 60c2  Box and Whisker Plots
 Class Assignment 60cc  Box and Whisker Plots and more
 Solutions  Class Assignment 60cc Box and Whisker and more
 Class Assignment 62  Solutions
 Class Assignment 555  Statistical problems and more
 Class Assignment 60  Unit 7  Integers and more
 Class Assignment 60  Unit 7  Integers solutions
 Class assignment 61  Plotting points Unit 7 and more
 Class Assignment 62  Reflecting points in coordinate plane and more
 Concept 6465  Ordering rational numbers
 Class Assignment 64  Unit Review 6 & 7
 Class Assignment 71 Integers and more
 Solutions  Cumulative Assessment 15  Units 5, 6, 7 and integers
 Cumulative Assessment 74  Benchmark Reveiw
 Class assignment 74B  Integers and more
 Class
 Class Assignment 75  Review 3 nine weeks
 Class Assignment 75  Equations and more..
 Class Assignment 76  Difference and Distance between two points and more..
 Class Assignment 76b
 Class Assignment 77  Milestone's Review
 Class Assignment  Unit 8 and more
 Unit 8  2 step equations  combining like terms
 Class Assignment  Unit 9  Simplifying expressions using properties
 Class Assignment  Unit 9  Multistep equations
 Homework  Week 1  August UPSC
 SS  Idea 0 
 Class Assignment 1  Concept 1 w Task
 September  week 2 HW
 Class Assignment  Concept 8 GCF LCM word problems
 New Page
 Class Assignment 10  Concepts 1 10
 Class Notes  Concept 11
 Concept 12  Equivalent Ratios
 Concept 12  Class Assignment
 Concept 19  Graphing points
 Concept 13  Tape Diagrams
 Concept 14  Proportions
 Class Assignment 14  Proportions only
 Concept 15  Percentages of a quantity
 Concept 15  Finding the percent of a quantity  class assignment
 Concept 16  Percentages
 Class Assignment 17  1119
 Concept 21  Translating words to math expressions
 Class Assignment 20  Translating from words to numerical expressions
 1st 9wk Data 2017
 Concept 24  Equivalent
 Unit 3  Review  Concept 2024


Common Core  Cornell Notes 6th Grade (Units 1  7)
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Unit 1  Number System Fluency 1st 9wks Benchmark Data  Dr. Fuller
Concept 1  I can compute quotients of fractions.
Concept 2  I can interpret the quotients of fractions and use visual fraction models to support my explanation.
Concept 3  I can solve word problems involving division of fractions by fractions.
Concept 4  I can divide multidigit numbers using the standard algorithm.
Concept 5  I can add and subtract multidigit decimals using the standard algorithm.
Concept 6  I can multiply and divide multidigit decimals using the standard algorithm.
Concept 7  I can find the common multiples of two whole numbers less than or equal to 12.
Concept 8  I can find the common factors of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100. (GCF & Distributive Property)
Unit 2 – Rate, Ratio and Proportional Reasoning Using Equivalent Fractions
Concept 9  I can write a ratio numerically showing the relationship between two quantities.
Concept 10  I can convert a ratio a:b into a unit rate while using ratio language.
Concept 11  I can solve Unit Pricing and Constant speed realworld problems.
Concept 12  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using tables of equivalent ratios.
Concept 13  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using tape diagrams (bar models).
Concept 14  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using equations / proportions.
Concept 15 – I can find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100.
Concept 16. – I can solve a percentage problem for the unknown whole when the part is given.
Concept 17– I can use a conversion factor to convert measurement units within one system of measurement.
Concept 18 – I can use a conversion factor along with ratio reasoning to convert measurement units between two systems of measurements .
Concept 19  I can plot the pairs of values on the coordinate plane
Unit 3  Expressions
Concept 20 – I can write and evaluate numerical expressions involving wholenumber exponents.
Concept 21 – I can translate between word phrases and algebraic expressions
Concept 22 – I can simplify expressions in the conventional order when there are no parentheses.(Order of operations)
Concept 23 – I can evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers.
Concept 24 – I can identify and create equivalent expressions.
Unit 4 – OneStep Equations and Inequalities
Concept 25 – I can explain how solving an equation answers a question.(Evaluating values)
Concept 26  I can use one step equations to solve real world and mathematical problems.
Concept 27  I can solve realworld and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form
x + p =q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all positive rational numbers.
Concept 28 – I can substitute into an inequality and determine whether or not a specified set makes
an inequality true.
Concept 29 – I can graph inequalities of the form x > c or x < c on a number line.
Concept 30 – I can write an equation with two variables (y=mx). One variable is the dependent variable (y) and the other one is the independent variable (x).
Concept 31 – I can analyze the relationship between the dependent and independent variables using graphs and tables. I can see how the table and the
graph are related to the equation.
Unit 5 – Area and Volume
Concept 49  I can find the area of right triangles, other triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons by adding up the area of small shapes inside of the larger
shape.
Concept 50  I can find the area of right triangles, other triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons by dividing the
larger shape into smaller shapes from which the area can be found.
Concept 51  I can solve for the volume of a rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by using unit cubes or
by using the volume formula. I can demonstrate that both methods are equivalent.
Concept 52 – I can apply the formulas V = (length) x (width) x (height) and V= (area of base) x (height) to find
volumes of right rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths in the context of solving realworld and mathematical problems.
Concept 53 – I can use nets made up of rectangles and triangles in order to find the surface area of three
dimensional figures.
Concept 54  I can apply the net technique to calculate surface area in the context of solving realworld and
mathematical problems.
Unit 6  Statistics
Concept 55 (1a)  I can recognize a statistical question because the data set generated will have variability. I can
understand the data set by making a visual display (dot plot and histogram).
Concept 56 (1c)  I can explain how a data set collected to answer a statistical question has a distribution which can be described by its center, spread, and overall shape.
Concept 57 (2b)  I can explain that a measure of center for a numerical data set summarizes all of its values with a single number (mean), while a measure of variation describes how its values vary with a single number. Example: (MAD) mean absolute deviation.
Concept 58a.(1b)  I can display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots and histograms.
Concept 58b (2a)  I can construct / display numerical data with a Box and Whisker Plot
Concept 59  I can calculate Quantitative measures of center: (Median, and/or Mean). Quantitative measures of variability: (interquartile range  IQR and/or median absolute deviation MAD)
Concept 60  I can define statistics and statistics and statistical question?
Unit 7  Rational Explorations: Numbers and their Opposites
Concept 61  I can demonstrate that I understand integers by using integers to describe quantities that have opposite directions or values. Furthermore, I can explain the meaning of 0 in two or three real world examples.
Concept 62  I recognize opposite signs of numbers as indicating locations on opposite sides of 0 on a number line. In addition, I can demonstrate the opposite of a number is the number itself. Finally, I know that 0 is its won opposite.
Concept 63  I can plot ordered pairs correctly on a coordinate plane.
Concept 64  I can demonstrate on the coordinate plane that when ordered pairs differ only by signs, the locations of the points are related by reflections across one or both axes.
Concept 65  I can find and position integers / rational numbers on the number line. I can sort integers and rational numbers from smallest to largest using a number line.
Concept 66  I can compare the relative position of two rational numbers on a number line by using an inequality symbol.
Concept 67 
Concept 1  I can compute quotients of fractions.
Concept 2  I can interpret the quotients of fractions and use visual fraction models to support my explanation.
Concept 3  I can solve word problems involving division of fractions by fractions.
Concept 4  I can divide multidigit numbers using the standard algorithm.
Concept 5  I can add and subtract multidigit decimals using the standard algorithm.
Concept 6  I can multiply and divide multidigit decimals using the standard algorithm.
Concept 7  I can find the common multiples of two whole numbers less than or equal to 12.
Concept 8  I can find the common factors of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100. (GCF & Distributive Property)
Unit 2 – Rate, Ratio and Proportional Reasoning Using Equivalent Fractions
Concept 9  I can write a ratio numerically showing the relationship between two quantities.
Concept 10  I can convert a ratio a:b into a unit rate while using ratio language.
Concept 11  I can solve Unit Pricing and Constant speed realworld problems.
Concept 12  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using tables of equivalent ratios.
Concept 13  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using tape diagrams (bar models).
Concept 14  I can use ratio and rate reasoning to solve realworld and mathematical problems by using equations / proportions.
Concept 15 – I can find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100.
Concept 16. – I can solve a percentage problem for the unknown whole when the part is given.
Concept 17– I can use a conversion factor to convert measurement units within one system of measurement.
Concept 18 – I can use a conversion factor along with ratio reasoning to convert measurement units between two systems of measurements .
Concept 19  I can plot the pairs of values on the coordinate plane
Unit 3  Expressions
Concept 20 – I can write and evaluate numerical expressions involving wholenumber exponents.
Concept 21 – I can translate between word phrases and algebraic expressions
Concept 22 – I can simplify expressions in the conventional order when there are no parentheses.(Order of operations)
Concept 23 – I can evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers.
Concept 24 – I can identify and create equivalent expressions.
Unit 4 – OneStep Equations and Inequalities
Concept 25 – I can explain how solving an equation answers a question.(Evaluating values)
Concept 26  I can use one step equations to solve real world and mathematical problems.
Concept 27  I can solve realworld and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form
x + p =q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all positive rational numbers.
Concept 28 – I can substitute into an inequality and determine whether or not a specified set makes
an inequality true.
Concept 29 – I can graph inequalities of the form x > c or x < c on a number line.
Concept 30 – I can write an equation with two variables (y=mx). One variable is the dependent variable (y) and the other one is the independent variable (x).
Concept 31 – I can analyze the relationship between the dependent and independent variables using graphs and tables. I can see how the table and the
graph are related to the equation.
Unit 5 – Area and Volume
Concept 49  I can find the area of right triangles, other triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons by adding up the area of small shapes inside of the larger
shape.
Concept 50  I can find the area of right triangles, other triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons by dividing the
larger shape into smaller shapes from which the area can be found.
Concept 51  I can solve for the volume of a rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by using unit cubes or
by using the volume formula. I can demonstrate that both methods are equivalent.
Concept 52 – I can apply the formulas V = (length) x (width) x (height) and V= (area of base) x (height) to find
volumes of right rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths in the context of solving realworld and mathematical problems.
Concept 53 – I can use nets made up of rectangles and triangles in order to find the surface area of three
dimensional figures.
Concept 54  I can apply the net technique to calculate surface area in the context of solving realworld and
mathematical problems.
Unit 6  Statistics
Concept 55 (1a)  I can recognize a statistical question because the data set generated will have variability. I can
understand the data set by making a visual display (dot plot and histogram).
Concept 56 (1c)  I can explain how a data set collected to answer a statistical question has a distribution which can be described by its center, spread, and overall shape.
Concept 57 (2b)  I can explain that a measure of center for a numerical data set summarizes all of its values with a single number (mean), while a measure of variation describes how its values vary with a single number. Example: (MAD) mean absolute deviation.
Concept 58a.(1b)  I can display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots and histograms.
Concept 58b (2a)  I can construct / display numerical data with a Box and Whisker Plot
Concept 59  I can calculate Quantitative measures of center: (Median, and/or Mean). Quantitative measures of variability: (interquartile range  IQR and/or median absolute deviation MAD)
Concept 60  I can define statistics and statistics and statistical question?
Unit 7  Rational Explorations: Numbers and their Opposites
Concept 61  I can demonstrate that I understand integers by using integers to describe quantities that have opposite directions or values. Furthermore, I can explain the meaning of 0 in two or three real world examples.
Concept 62  I recognize opposite signs of numbers as indicating locations on opposite sides of 0 on a number line. In addition, I can demonstrate the opposite of a number is the number itself. Finally, I know that 0 is its won opposite.
Concept 63  I can plot ordered pairs correctly on a coordinate plane.
Concept 64  I can demonstrate on the coordinate plane that when ordered pairs differ only by signs, the locations of the points are related by reflections across one or both axes.
Concept 65  I can find and position integers / rational numbers on the number line. I can sort integers and rational numbers from smallest to largest using a number line.
Concept 66  I can compare the relative position of two rational numbers on a number line by using an inequality symbol.
Concept 67 
Howard Middle School  Dr. Fuller's Class