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I can use ratio language to
describe the relationship
between two quantities.
DOK 2
6.RP.1
I can write a ratio to
describe the relationship
between two quantities.
DOK 2
6.RP.1
I can write a ratio using
three different formats.
DOK 2
6.RP.1
I can describe a unit rate in
words.
DOK 2
6.RP.2
I can write a unit rate in a/b
and a:b form.
DOK 2
6.RP.2
I can use a double number
line diagram to reason about
equivalent ratios.
DOK 2
6.RP.3
I can use a table to find
equivalent ratios.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can find missing values in
equivalent ration tables.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can plot the pairs of values
in a table on a coordinate
plane.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can use a table to reason
about equivalent ratios.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can use a tape diagram to
reason about equivalent
ratios.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can use an equation to
reason about equivalent
ratios.
DOK 2
6.RP.3a
I can solve unit rate
problems with unit pricing.
DOK 2
6.RP.3b
I can solve unit rate
problems with constant
speed.
DOK 2
6.RP.3b
I can understand percent
means hundredths.
DOK 2
6.RP.3c
I can find a percent of a
quantity.
DOK 2
6.RP.3c
I can find the whole, given a
part and a percent.
DOK 2
6.RP.3c
I can convert measurement
units using ratio reasoning.
DOK 2
6.RP.3d
I can transform unit s to
solve problems.
DOK 2
6.RP.3d
I can use a model to show
division of fractions.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
I can use my understanding
of multiplication of fraction
to explain division of
fractions.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
Divide fractions to find
the quotient.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
I can interpret the meaning
of the quotient.
DOK
6.NS.1
I can solve word problems
using division of fractions.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
Write an equation to solve
a problem using division of
fractions.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
I can write a story problem
that will use division of
fractions.
DOK 1
6.NS.1
I can divide multi-digit
numbers using the standard
algorithm.
DOK 1
6.NS.2
I can add multi-digit
decimals using the standard
algorithm.
DOK 1
6.NS.3
I can subtract multi-digit
decimals using the standard
algorithm.
DOK 1
6.NS.3
I can multiply multi-digit
decimals using the standard
algorithm.
DOK 1
6.NS.3
I can divide multi-digit
decimals using the standard
algorithm.
DOK 1
6.NS.3
I can find the greatest
common factor (GCF) of
two whole numbers less
than or equal to 100.
DOK 1
6.NS.4
I can find the least common
multiple of two whole
numbers less than or equal
to 12.
DOK 1
6.NS.4
I can use the distributive
property to express a sum of
two numbers with a common
factor as a multiple of a sum of
two whole numbers with no
common factor.
DOK 1
6.NS.4
I can name real world places
for using positive and
negative numbers.
DOK 2
6.NS.5
I can understand that positive
and negative numbers are used
together to describe quantities
having opposite directions or
values on a number line.
DOK 2
6.NS.5
DOK 1
6.NS.6
I can recognize zero as the
origin on the number line.
DOK 1
6.NS.6a
I can understand the sign of
a number indicates its place
on the number line from
zero.
DOK 1
6.NS.6a
I can recognize that the
opposite of an opposite of a
number is the number itself.
-(-3)=3
DOK 1
6.NS.6a
I can understand that 0 is its
own opposite.
DOK 1
6.NS.6a
I can know that the signs of
numbers in ordered pairs tell
the location of the point in a
quadrant on the coordinate
plane.
DOK 1
6.NS.6b
I can recognize that if two
ordered pairs only differ by the
signs, the points are reflections
across one or both axes.
DOK 1
6.NS.6b
I can place integers and
other rational numbers in
the correct locations on a
number line.
DOK 1
6.NS.6c
I can plot ordered pairs on a
coordinate plane in all four
quadrants.
DOK 1
6.NS.6c
DOK 2
6.NS.7
I can interpret statements of
inequality and recognize the
placement of the integers on
the number line.
DOK 2
6.NS.7a
I can write statements of
inequality about integers on
a number line.
DOK 2
6.NS.7b
I can explain statements of
order for rational numbers
in a real world situation.
DOK 2
6.NS.7b
I can understand absolute
value of a rational number
as the distance from 0 on the
number line.
DOK 2
6.NS.7c
I can interpret absolute
value as the magnitude of
the number from 0 in a real
world situation.
DOK 2
6.NS.7c
I can order and compare the
absolute values of rational
numbers.
DOK 2
6.NS.7d
I can use coordinates and
absolute values to find
distances between points.
DOK 2
6.NS.8
I can write an expression
using whole-number
exponents.
DOK 1
6.EE.1
I can evaluate expressions
using whole-number
exponents.
DOK 1
6.EE.1
DOK 2
6.EE.2
I can write expressions with
variables.
DOK 2
6.EE.2a
I can read expressions with
variables.
DOK 2
6.EE.2a
I can identify the parts of an
expression using sum, term,
product, factor, quotient,
and coefficient.
DOK 2
6.EE.2b
I can understand parts of an
expression can have more
than one name.
DOK 2
6.EE.2b
I can evaluate expressions
using specific values for
variables.
DOK 2
6.EE.2c
I can use formulas to solve
real-world problems.
DOK 2
6.EE.2c
I can evaluate expressions
using the Order of
Operations.
DOK 2
6.EE.2c
I can apply the properties of
operations to find equivalent
expressions.
DOK 2
6.EE.3
I can combine like terms to
find equivalent expressions.
DOK 1
6.EE.4
I can identify if and when
two expressions are
equivalent.
DOK 1
6.EE.4
I can determine which
values make an equation
true.
DOK 1
6.EE.5
I can determine which
values make an inequality
true.
DOK 1
6.EE.5
I can use substitution to
decide if a number makes an
equation true.
DOK 1
6.EE.5
I can use substitution to
decide if a number makes an
inequality true.
DOK 1
6.EE.5
I can use variables to
represent numbers.
DOK 2
6.EE.6
I can write expressions for
real-world and mathematical
problems.
DOK 2
6.EE.6
I can understand that a
variable can represent one
number or a set of numbers.
DOK 2
6.EE.6
I can solve real-world and
mathematical problems by
writing and solving
equations.
DOK 2
6.EE.7
I can write an inequality to
represent a set of solutions
for real-world and
mathematical problems.
DOK 2
6.EE.8
I can recognize that
inequalities of the form x >
c and x < c have an infinite
number of solutions.
DOK 2
6.EE.8
I can graph solutions to
inequalities on a number
line.
DOK 2
6.EE.8
I can use variables to
represent two quantities that
change in relationship to
one another.
DOK 0
6.EE.9
I can write an equation to
describe one quantity in
terms of the other quantity.
DOK 2
6.EE.9
I can write an equation to
describe how the dependent
variable changes in terms of
the independent variable.
DOK 2
6.EE.9
I can analyze how
dependent variables change
in a table.
DOK 3
6.EE.9
I can analyze how
independent variables
change in a graph.
DOK 3
6.EE.9
I can understand that a
graph, table and an equation
can all represent the same
real-world problem.
DOK 3
6.EE.9
I can find the area of right
triangles and other triangles.
DOK 1
6.G.1
I can find the area of
quadrilaterals and polygons by
composing into rectangles or
decomposing into triangles and
other shapes.
DOK 2
6.G.1
I can find the area of
polygons in real-world and
mathematical problems.
DOK 2
6.G.1
I can find the volume of
right rectangular prisms in
mathematical problems.
DOK 2
6.G.2
I can use the formulas V =
lwh and V = bh to find the
volume of right rectangular
prisms.
DOK 1
6.G.2
I can find the volume of
right rectangular prisms in
real-world problems.
DOK 2
6.G.2
I can draw polygons in the
coordinate plane with given
vertices.
DOK 2
6.G.3
I can find the length of a side
of a polygon when the
endpoints of the side have
either the same first coordinate
or the same second coordinate.
DOK 2
6.G.3
I can apply the techniques of
finding polygon side lengths
in real-world and
mathematical problems.
DOK 2
6.G.3
I can represent 3-D figures
using nets made up of
rectangles and triangles.
DOK 2
6.G.4
I can use nets to find the
surface area of 3-D figures
composed of rectangles and
triangles.
DOK 2
6.G.4
I can apply the surface area
techniques of 3-D figures
composed of rectangles and
triangles in real- world and
mathematical problems.
DOK 2
6.G.4
I can recognize the
difference between a
statistical and a nonstatistical question.
DOK 1
6.SP.1
I can recognize that a
statistical question will have
variability in answers.
DOK 1
6.SP.1
I can find the center of a set
of data.
DOK 2
6.SP.2
I can describe a set of data
by its spread and overall
shape.
DOK 2
6.SP.2
I know that mean is a single
number that is a measure of
center and it summarizes all
values in a set of data.
DOK 1
6.SP.3
I know that median is a single
number that is a measure of
center and it summarizes all
values in a set of data.
DOK 1
6.SP.3
I know that range is a single
number that is a measure of
variation and it describes how
values vary in the set of data.
DOK 1
6.SP.3
I can display numerical data
on a dot plot.
DOK 2
6.SP.4
I can display numerical data
on a histogram.
DOK 2
6.SP.4
I can display numerical data
on a box plot.
DOK 2
6.SP.4
DOK 0
6.SP.5
I can report the number of
observations in a data set.
DOK 1
6.SP.5a
I can analyze a data set and
describe what attribute is being
measured, how it was
measured, and its units of
measure.
DOK 3
6.SP.5b
I can find the median of a
set of data on a graph.
DOK 2
6.SP.5c
I can find the mean of a set
of data.
DOK 2
6.SP.5c
I can find the inter-quartile
range of a set of data on a
graph.
DOK 2
6.SP.5c
I can find the mean absolute
deviation of a set of data.
DOK 2
6.SP.5c
I can describe overall
patterns and striking
deviations in a set of data on
a graph.
DOK 3
6.SP.5c
I can understand that data
can be affected by the
context in which it was
gathered.
DOK 3
6.SP.5d

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