## In RAMA Middle School Math Concepts for Grade 6

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In RAMA Middle School Math Concepts for Grade 6, the learning content is divided into concepts. Each concept is complete and whole providing focused learning on an indicated objective. Theme-based concepts provide students with experiences that integrate the content of each concept. Students are given opportunities to practice the skills of each concept through real-world situations, examples, guided practice and explore more practice. There are also video links provided to give students an audio/visual way of connecting with the content. |

Focus begins with

Are you Ready?, that provides examples. Followed by

Emphasis is on

reading and understanding vocabulary to help apply the concepts.

Reinforcements and reflection

are used to ask what? Why? Questions to check students understanding.

Are you Ready?, that provides examples. Followed by

Emphasis is on

reading and understanding vocabulary to help apply the concepts.

Reinforcements and reflection

are used to ask what? Why? Questions to check students understanding.

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Online Workbook

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: statistics and measurement, including length, perimeter, area, drawings and maps, frequency tables, line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, and statistics measures such as mean, median, and mode.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: decimals, measuring metric length, how to order, round, estimate, add, and subtract decimals, as well as stem and leaf plots and how to use estimation.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: how to multiply decimals and whole numbers, the distributive property, how to multiply and divide decimals by whole numbers, how to multiply decimal powers of ten, how to divide by decimals, metric units of mass and capacity, and how to convert metric units.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: number patterns and fractions, prime factorization, greatest common factors, equivalent fractions, least common multiples, ordering fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, converting decimals to fractions, and converting fractions to decimals.

Chapter Outline IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: fraction estimation, adding and subtracting fractions with like or different denominators, adding and subtracting mixed numbers, subtracting mixed numbers by renaming, understanding elapsed time, box and whisker plots, and a problem solving strategy involving drawing a diagram.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: how to multiply fractions and whole numbers, how to multiply fractions, how to multiply mixed numbers, how to divide fractions, how to divide mixed numbers, customary units for weight and capacity, and how to convert customary units.

Chapter Outline

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: geometry, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, congruent and similar figures, line symmetry, and problem solving using a Venn diagram.

Chapter Outline

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: integers, comparing integers, adding and subtracting integers, multiplying and dividing integers, the coordinate plane, transformations, surveys, and data displays.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: writing expressions and equations, solving equations using addition and subtraction, solving equations using multiplication and division, an introduction to functions and graphing functions, an introduction to probability, finding outcomes, and understanding the probability of independent events.

Chapter Outline

Overview

Homework

Reflection

Summary

6th Grade "Go Math" Online Textbook

Online Workbook

- 1.
- Number Sense and Variable Expressions
- This chapter covers: whole numbers, powers, exponents, order of operations, and problem solving plans.

- 2.
- Statistics and Measurement
- This chapter covers: statistics and measurement, including length, perimeter, area, drawings and maps, frequency tables, line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, and statistics measures such as mean, median, and mode.

- 3.
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- This chapter covers: decimals, measuring metric length, how to order, round, estimate, add, and subtract decimals, as well as stem and leaf plots and how to use estimation.

- 4.
- Multiplication and Division of Decimals
- This chapter covers: how to multiply decimals and whole numbers, the distributive property, how to multiply and divide decimals by whole numbers, how to multiply decimal powers of ten, how to divide by decimals, metric units of mass and capacity, and how to convert metric units.

- 5.
- Number Patterns and Fractions
- This chapter covers: number patterns and fractions, prime factorization, greatest common factors, equivalent fractions, least common multiples, ordering fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, converting decimals to fractions, and converting fractions to decimals.

- 6.
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
- This chapter covers: fraction estimation, adding and subtracting fractions with like or different denominators, adding and subtracting mixed numbers, subtracting mixed numbers by renaming, understanding elapsed time, box and whisker plots, and a problem solving strategy involving drawing a diagram.

- 7.
- Multiplication and Division of Fractions
- This chapter covers: how to multiply fractions and whole numbers, how to multiply fractions, how to multiply mixed numbers, how to divide fractions, how to divide mixed numbers, customary units for weight and capacity, and how to convert customary units.

- 8.
- Ratios, Proportions, and Percents
- This chapter covers: ratios, proportions, and percents, including rates, solving proportions, scale drawings, finding the percent of a number, and using a proportion in a problem solving strategy.

- 9.
- Geometric Figures
- This chapter covers: geometry, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, congruent and similar figures, line symmetry, and problem solving using a Venn diagram.

- 10.
- Geometry and Measurement
- This chapter covers: the area of parallelograms, area of triangles, circumference of circles, area of circles, classifying solid figures, surface area and volume of prisms, surface area and volume of cylinders.

- 11.
- Integers
- This chapter covers: integers, comparing integers, adding and subtracting integers, multiplying and dividing integers, the coordinate plane, transformations, surveys, and data displays.

- 12.
- Equations and Functions
- This chapter covers: writing expressions and equations, solving equations using addition and subtraction, solving equations using multiplication and division, an introduction to functions and graphing functions, an introduction to probability, finding outcomes, and understanding the probability of independent events.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: statistics and measurement, including length, perimeter, area, drawings and maps, frequency tables, line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, and statistics measures such as mean, median, and mode.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: decimals, measuring metric length, how to order, round, estimate, add, and subtract decimals, as well as stem and leaf plots and how to use estimation.

Chapter Outline

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IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: how to multiply decimals and whole numbers, the distributive property, how to multiply and divide decimals by whole numbers, how to multiply decimal powers of ten, how to divide by decimals, metric units of mass and capacity, and how to convert metric units.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: number patterns and fractions, prime factorization, greatest common factors, equivalent fractions, least common multiples, ordering fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, converting decimals to fractions, and converting fractions to decimals.

Chapter Outline IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: fraction estimation, adding and subtracting fractions with like or different denominators, adding and subtracting mixed numbers, subtracting mixed numbers by renaming, understanding elapsed time, box and whisker plots, and a problem solving strategy involving drawing a diagram.

Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: how to multiply fractions and whole numbers, how to multiply fractions, how to multiply mixed numbers, how to divide fractions, how to divide mixed numbers, customary units for weight and capacity, and how to convert customary units.

Chapter Outline

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IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: geometry, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, congruent and similar figures, line symmetry, and problem solving using a Venn diagram.

Chapter Outline

- 9.1.
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Chapter Outline

IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: integers, comparing integers, adding and subtracting integers, multiplying and dividing integers, the coordinate plane, transformations, surveys, and data displays.

Chapter Outline

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IntroductionIn this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: writing expressions and equations, solving equations using addition and subtraction, solving equations using multiplication and division, an introduction to functions and graphing functions, an introduction to probability, finding outcomes, and understanding the probability of independent events.

Chapter Outline

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Overview

Homework

Reflection

Summary

6th Grade "Go Math" Online Textbook

- module01
- Class Practice Sheet
- Ratio Equivalents
- Word Phrase
- Word Problems
- Other
- Class Review (Full Participation)
- Class Review (Groups)
- Overview / Review
- Reflection/ Unit Rate

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