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### Saxon Math 6/5 Semester 2 Self-Paced

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 5 - 6

Learners will complete the second half of Saxon Math 6/5 in this 18-week-long semester course. This course will have assignments posted once a week. *Learners must have their own copy of the required books to take this course. The materials are listed in the "Supply List" section. The publisher has expressly stated that their books may not be shown on camera, as Outschool records all classes. Teachers are not allowed to show the books on camera per the publisher. Optional homework drop-in...

18 lessons//18 Weeks

Week 1Lesson 1Lessons 61, 62, 63, 64Week 2Lesson 2Lessons 65, 66, 67, 68Week 3Lesson 3Lessons 69, 70, Investigation 7Week 4Lesson 4Lessons 71, 72, 73, 74Week 5Lesson 5Lessons 75, 76, 77, 78Week 6Lesson 6Lessons 79, 80, Investigation 8, Topic BWeek 7Lesson 7Lessons 81, 82, 83, 84Week 8Lesson 8Lessons 85, 86, 87, 88Week 9Lesson 9Lessons 89, 90, Investigation 9Week 10Lesson 10Lessons 91, 92, 93, 94Week 11Lesson 11Lessons 95, 96, 97, 98Week 12Lesson 12Lessons 99, 100, Investigation 10Week 13Lesson 13Lessons 101, 102, 103, 104Week 14Lesson 14Lessons 105, 106, 107, 108Week 15Lesson 15Lessons 109, 110, Investigation 11Week 16Lesson 16Lessons 111, 112, 113, 114Week 17Lesson 17Lessons 115, 116, 117, 118Week 18Lesson 18Lessons 119, 120, Investigation 12, Topic C

61 Using Letters to Identify Geometric Figures 62 Estimating Arithmetic Answers 63 Subtracting a Fraction from a Whole Number Greater than 1 64 Using Money to Model Decimal Numbers 65 Decimal Parts of a Meter 66 Reading a Centimeter Scale 67 Writing Tenths and Hundredths as Decimal Numbers 68 Naming Decimal Numbers 69 Fractions of a Second/Comparing and Ordering Decimal Numbers 70 Writing Equivalent Decimal Numbers/Writing Cents Correctly Investigation 7 Pattern Recognition 71 Fractions, Decimals and Percents 72 Area Part 1 73 Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers 74 Converting Units of Length 75 Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers 76 Multiplying Fractions 77 Converting Units of Weight and Mass 78 Exponents and Powers 79 Finding Equivalent Fractions by Multiplying by 1 80 Prime and Composite Numbers Investigation 8 Displaying Data 81 Reducing Fractions, Part 1 82 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) 83 Properties of Geometric Solids 84 Mean, Median, Mode and Range 85 Converting Units of Capacity 86 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers 87 Using Manipulatives and Sketches to Divide Fractions 88 Transformations 89 Finding a Square Root 90 Reducing Fractions, Part 2 Investigation 9 Line Graphs 91 Simplifying Improper Fractions 92 Dividing by Two-Digit Numbers 93 Comparative Bar Graphs 94 Using Estimation When Dividing by Two-Digit Numbers 95 Reciprocals 96 Using Reciprocals to Divide Fractions 97 Ratio 98 Negative Numbers 99 Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers and Decimal Numbers 100 Simplifying Decimal Numbers Investigation 10 Graphing Points on a Coordinate Plane 101 Rounding Mixed Numbers to the Nearest Whole Numbers 102 Subtracting Decimal Numbers Using Zero 103 Volume 104 Rounding Decimal Numbers to the Nearest Whole Number 105 Symmetry 106 Reading and Ordering Decimal Numbers Through Ten-Thousandths 107 Using Percent to Name Part of a Group 108 Schedules 109 Multiplying Decimal Numbers 110 Multiplying Decimal Numbers: Using Zeros as Placeholders Investigation 11 Scale Drawings 111 Multiplying Decimal Numbers by 10, by 100, and by 1000 112 Finding the Least Common Multiple of Two Numbers 113 Writing Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions 114 Problems with No Solutions or Many Solutions 115 Area, Part 2 116 Finding Common Denominators to Add, Subtract, and Compare Fractions 117 Dividing a Decimal Number by a Whole Number 118 Using Zero as a Placeholder/Dividing Decimal Numbers by 10, by 100 and by 1000 119 Dividing by a Decimal Number 120 Multiplying Mixed Numbers Investigation 12 Tessellations

I have taught and tutored math for about twenty years. I hold a current teaching certificate in K-8 elementary school, with a focus on math. I am halfway to my master's in secondary math. I really enjoy math - it is very relate-able to food and money!

## Homework Offered

Please contact the teacher if the learner has any questions about the work. 1) "Warm-up Activities" - Learners are expected to complete the warm-up activities. 2) "Lesson Practice" - Learners should complete every problem. The "Lesson Practice" covers the material from the "New Concepts". 3) "Mixed Practice" - Learners should complete every problem. Saxon scaffolds upon previous lessons, so completing all the problems is important. Learners or guardians should check the answers in the "Solutions Book". 4) "Tests" - Guardians should check the answers using the "Solutions book". 5) "Fact Quizzes" - Fact quizzes should be completed with each lesson. No more than one per day should be completed to ensure repetition for learning. 6) "Investigations" - These should be completed as intended. 7) "Topics" - These should be completed as intended. 8) "Supplemental" problems - These are found at the back of the big book for additional problems. They can be completed as needed for additional practice. These will not be reviewed unless a learner requests a specific question.## 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class

## Assessments Offered

Progress will be evaluated during the lessons based on learner work. The teacher may contact the learner's guardians as needed. Guardians are welcome to contact the teacher as needed. Progress will be evaluated with the Saxon tests if requesting a grade. Minute fact tests should be completed without any assistance from calculators, parents, etc. Assigned Saxon tests should be completed without assistance from parents or other people. Calculators may or may not be used, and this will be stated by your teacher when the assessment is assigned.## Grades Offered

Grades, Scoring: 1) I can assign grades if requested. The learner must turn in their tests to receive a grade. Please let me know if you are requesting a grade for the semester. 2) I do not grade homework. Learners are welcome to ask individual questions or post photos for homework review. It is not required to submit homework. 3) If the learner is not requesting a grade, submitting "Tests" is not required. 4) The "Solution Manual" contains the answers to the lesson homework and test answers.

Prerequisite: 1) The previous semester. 2) Placement tests can be found here: https://sites.google.com/view/teacherkatemath/placement-tests 3) or approval of the teacher.

Required: 1) Saxon Math 6/5, 3rd Edition, Student Text ISBN: 1591413184 2) Saxon Math 6/5, 3rd Edition, Tests and Worksheets ISBN: 1591413222 3) Paper, pencils Optional: 1) Saxon Math 6/5, 3rd Edition, Solutions Manual ISBN: 1591413265 2) Calculator

In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:

External Resources (optional): This class includes a paid subscription to ixl.com for the duration of this course. This is an optional resource and not required for learners. Learners will be given a username and password upon request. This class also provides matching supplementary lessons from Khan Academy and Splashlearn - both of which you can use without accounts, or create accounts. Both of these resources are optional and not required for this class as well.

Saxon Math 6/5, 3rd Edition, Student Text

I teach a variety of classes, but my favorite class is math! I have a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a major in elementary/middle school math. I am halfway to my master's degree in math. I also have a degree in farm management, and...

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Ages: 8-13