## 6th Grade - Today in Math |

## 6th Grade - Today in Math |

Today we will pick up where we left off with how to make and analyze frequency tables and histograms.
Agenda: - FSA Review - pages 18 - 21
- Q&A / Review 8-4 Notes
- Practice: 8-4 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work.
- 8-5 notes
- Objective: I can use measures of variability to describe a data set.
- Essential Question: How can the variability of data be described using a single number?
- Take notes on the examples.
- Copy the Key Concept.
- FSA Packet - pages 22 - 25
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Today we will make and analyze frequency tables and histograms.
Agenda: - FSA Packet Review
- Add foldables to notebook to help review the first half of Topic 8
- Q&A / Review 8-4 Notes (will complete on 4/18)
- Practice: 8-4 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving (will complete on 4/18)
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work
- FSA Review Packet - pages 18 - 21
Today we will go over how to make and interpret a box plot.
Agenda: - FSA Test Specs Packet pages 10-13 (7 questions)
- Q&A / Review 8-3 notes
- Practice: 8-3 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work
- FSA Test Specs pages 14 - 17 (9 questions)
- 8-4 Notes
- Objective: I can make and analyze frequency tables and histograms.
- Essential Questions: How can a frequency table or histogram help your organize and analyze data?
- Take notes on the examples.
- Copy the Key Concept.
Today we will identify the mean, median, mode and range of different data sets.
Agenda: - Place your completed Skittle Scavenger at seat #5.
- FSA Review
- Q&A / Review 8-2 notes
- Practice: 8-2 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving
- Finish any incomplete work.
- 8-3 Notes
- Objective: I can make and interpret box plots.
- Essential Question: Why is a box plot useful for representing certain types of data?
- Take notes on 8-3 examples in Pearson.
- Copy the Key Concept.
Today we will review past knowledge (and possibly new knowledge) on the 3M & R skills.
Agenda: - Watch the following video.
- Review how to find the median, mean, mode, and range.
- Complete the "Skittle Scavenger"
Homework: - Finish finding the 3Ms & R for each round.
Reference: Today we will kick start Topic 8 by recognizing statistical questions.
Agenda: - FSA Review
- Q&A / Review 8-1 Notes
- Practice: 8-1 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work
- 8-2 Notes
- Objective: I can identify the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set.
- Essential Question: How can you use a single measure to describe a data set?
- Take notes on the examples.
- Copy the Key Concept
Today we will review how to find the surface area of shapes using their nets. Agenda: - FSA Review
- To help save on paper, the task cards for today's review can be found in Google Classroom.
- If you sit in an even seat, complete even numbers.
- If you sit in an odd seat, complete odd numbers.
- Bonus points if you complete all task cards.
** Quiz on Friday (4/12) or Monday (4/15)
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work.
- Complete 8-1 Notes
- Objective: I can identify and write statistical questions.
- Essential Question: How are statistical questions different from other questions?
- Take notes on the examples.
- Copy the Key Concept.
Extra Credit Opportunity:30% of your FSA is about expressions and equations. To help prepare you, complete the assigned practice in Khan Academy by April 12th. If you complete 2 to 3 activities each day (not counting Saturday and Sunday), you will have finished all practice by April 12th. Today we will review how to find the area and volume of shapes. Agenda: - FSA Review
- To help save on paper, the task cards for today's review can be found in Google Classroom.
- If you sit in an even seat, complete even numbers.
- If you sit in an odd seat, complete odd numbers.
- Bonus points if you complete all task cards.
Homework:
- Finish any incomplete work
Today we will work on how to find the volume of prisms with fractional edges.
Agenda: - FSA Review
- Q&A / Review 7-8 notes
- Practice: 7-8 MathXL Practice and Problem Solving
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work
- Khan Academy Extra Credit (Due April 12th)
Today we will find the surface area of prisms and pyramids.
Agenda: - Warm up - on the board
- Review examples from 7-6 and 7-7
- Practice: Surface Area of Nets - handout
Homework: - Finish any incomplete work
- 7-8 Notes
- Objectives: I can find the volume of a rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths.
- Essential question: How can you find the volume of a rectangular prism with a fractional edge length?
- Take notes on the examples in Pearson.
- Copy the Key Concept.
Extra Credit Opportunity:30% of your FSA is about expressions and equations. To help prepare you, complete the assigned practice in Khan Academy by April 12th. If you complete 2 to 3 activities each day (not counting Saturday and Sunday), you will have finished all practice by April 12th. |