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### Sixth Grade Math Full Year Curriculum (Numbers and Operations) Semester 1

Sara Howell

Students will review and be introduced to numbers, addition, multiplication, division, subtraction, operations, algebra and fractions in this semester course.

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 6

***This class is one of two parts. Together, they make up the whole school year. In each class, I will introduce the topic to students by modeling how to solve the problems. Then, we will work together to solve the problems as a class. Throughout this, I will ask students to submit answers in the chat or hold up pieces of paper with answers. This shows me that students are ready to try to answer on their own. Finally, I will have students practice on their own. I keep class numbers small...

Students will be able to write the word form of a number. Students will be able to write the expanded form of a number. Students will be able to write and identify a number written in roman numerals. Students will be able to identify the value of a number with an exponent. Students will be able to write numbers in scientific notation. Students will be able to add decimals. Students will be able to subtract decimals. Students will be able to multiply decimals. Students will be able to multiply numbers by zero. Students will be able to divide numbers by zero. Students will be able to solve a division problem. Students will be able to solve a division problem with decimals in the dividend. Students will be able to solve a division problem with decimals in the dividend. Students will be able to solve division of a decimal by a decimal. Students will be able to solve two-digit divisor division problems. Students will be able to identify the prime factorization of numbers. Students will be able to idenitfy the greatest common factor. Students will be able to identify the least common multiple. Students will be able to simplify fractions. Students will be able to find equivalent fractions. Students will be able to compare fractions. Students will be able to put fractions in order. Students will be able to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions. Students will be able to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. Students will be able to add fractions with the same denominator. Students will be able to add fractions with different denominators. Students will be able to subtract fractions with the same denominator. Students will be able to subtract fractions with a different denominator. Students will be able to add mixed numbers. Students will be able to subtract mixed numbers. Students will be able to multiply fractions. Students will be able to divide fractions. Students will be able to solve fraction word problems. Students will be able to convert fractions to decimals. Students will be able to convert decimals to fractions. Students will be able to put fractions and decimals in order. Students will be able to make percentages from fractions. Students will be able to make fractions from percentages. Students will be able to make percentages from decimals. Students will be able to make decimals from percentages. Students will be able to identify rational numbers, integers, and whole numbers. Students will be able to use a number line. Students will be able to compare numbers. Students will be able to graph inequalities. Students will be able to solve absolute value problems. Students will be able to identify the value of an exponent problem. Students will be able to use order of operations accurately. Students will be able to solve expressions. Students will be able to solve equations. Students will be able to solve algebra word problems.

I have taught numerous online classes. I am a certified special education and elementary education (K-6) teacher.

## Homework Offered

I will assign homework if I feel that students are ready to practice independently. Homework will always be optional. I will provide answers for the students to check their work.## 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class

## Assessments Offered

I will check each student's progress by having them answer questions in the chat or holding up answers on a piece of paper or whiteboard.## Grades Offered

- Notebook or whiteboard I will post worksheets for optional homework. Students may want to print the worksheets to solve the problems.

In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:

I will occasionally share Google Slides with students for them to use to complete math activities in class. I will provide the link for the students. Students do not need an account. I also use Google Docs and Google Slides to present some of the information in my class. This will be screen shared.

This class is based on state and national standards.

#### Meet the teacher

Hello! I am Sara Howell. I live in a small town in Pennsylvania. I am a certified PK through sixth-grade general education teacher and PK- 12 grade special education teacher in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I graduated from Millersville...

###### Group Class

#### $30

weekly or $600 for 60 classes3x per week, 20 weeks

25 min

Completed by 3 learners

Live video meetings

Ages 10-14

1-5 learners per class