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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