Understanding Special Ratio Word Problems (Thursday/Friday Advance, and Advanced Virtual)
Unit Rate and Constant Speed Guided Notes Distance Formula notes:(use with Advanced & Virtual Adv Monday/Tuesday)
Integer Guided Notes (Honors math notes for the week)
Unit Rate Work Practice (use for Regular Math 5th, 7th, Virtual Tuesday)
Proportions guided notes for Reg (Friday: 5th, 7th, Virtual)
Recognizing Proportional Relationships Independent Practice Worksheet
Proportion Solving ( Practice Problems for All Math Advance Students Thurs/Fri)
Rates Practice work ( All Math Advance Students Monday, Wednesday, or Friday)
Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers (honors Math Monday, Wednesday)
Multiplying & Dividing Negative Numbers (honors Math Thursday)
Finding Ratios and Unit Rate ( Work for Advanced Students for Wednesday) 2 pages only
Teacher  Nancy Morris 

Subject Area  Math 
Grade Level  6th 
Week #  Week 12: Distance, Unit Rate, Integers 
Unit of Instruction  Distance, Unit Rate, Integers 
Standard(s) Taught 

Regular Math: MAFS.6.RP.1.1 Advanced: MAFS.6.RP.1.3 (6 Adv) a. Make tables of equivalent ratios relating quantities with wholenumber measurements, finding missing values in the tables, and plot the pairs of values on the coordinate plane. Use tables to compare ratios.(to be taught C and P) b. Solve unit rate problems including those involving unit pricing and constant speed. For example, if it took 7 hours to mow 4 lawns, then at that rate, how many lawns could be mowed in 35 hours? At what rate were lawns being mowed? (to be taught A) c. Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100 (e.g. 30% of a quantity means 30/100 times the quantity); solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part and the percent. (to be taught P and A). d. Use ratio reasoning to convert measurement units; manipulate and transform units appropriately when multiplying or dividing quantities.(to be taught C and P) e. Understand the concept of Pi as a ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. (to be taught C) Honors: 
Learning Targets and Learning Criteria 
Regular Math I know I am successful when I can: understand that a ratio is a comparison between quantities. Advanced: I know I am successful when I can: understand rate as a ratio that compares two quantities with different units of measure. Success Criteria: I know I am successful when I can: create and interpret a table of equivalent ratios. Honors: I know I am successful when I can: use proportional reasoning to solve realworld ratio problems, including those with multiple steps. 
Classroom Activities 
All lessons are subject to change based on teacher need.
Monday: As a whole group we will work on guided notes for the interactive notebook on Distance Formula and constant speed. We will complete several examples and work on various types and ways to solve problems using the distance formula. Students will leave the session after notes are finished and work on Edgenuity work (see Assignments Due). 1st Period: Advanced Math 2nd Period: Regular Math I will do a review of unit rate and how to solve problems using unit rate. Students will then work to finish the Unit rate paper that is in the “Not Done Drawer”. Students that finish the assignment will log into IXL and work on work for R 110. 4th Honors Math: Tuesday: Face to Face: 5th and 7th 5th only: Students will begin taking guided notes on Equivalent Ratios and Ratio Tables. After completing Ratio Tables we will begin the guided notes on Unit Rate and work on practice problems together. Face to Face: Students will complete practice problems if time permits. 7th only: Students will take guided notes on Unit Rate and work as a whole group to complete practice problems. Students will complete Unit Rate work to practice the skills after notes. 8th Advanced: Wednesday: Virtual Students Zoom: Advanced 8:00, Regular 11:40 Bell work will be practice problems for Unit Rate for all classes. Virtual students will log into their session and participate in the bell work and then will be excused to work on their Edgenuity work. Students that have any questions or need assistance beyond the session will be encouraged to stay in session and ask questions if it is needed. Students will be encouraged to view the summative study guide to prepare for summative on ratios, unit rates, and proportions test (Advanced Virtual Students Only). Face to Face Students: 1st: After bell work students will work on practice work that focuses on distance formula and constant speed. Students that require a retake on the previous summative will work to complete this during this class period. Students will also be working to complete any missing assignments they may have in the grade book. 2nd: After bell work students will be completing guided notes for proportions. Several types will be modeled using different methods to show students there are multiple ways to solve a proportion. 4th: After bell work students will work on guided notes for multiplying and dividing with integers with a few practice problems to help them see the process that should be used to solve these types of problems. 5th: After bell work students will work to complete the guided notes for Unit rate. Students will have practice pages to complete as class work. 7th: After bell work we will work on guided notes for proportions. Students will do practice problems on the skill directly following the lesson. 8th: After bell work students will work on practice problems for ratios, unit rate, and proportions to prepare for summative tomorrow. Thursday: Students will take a summative on Ratios, Unit Rate, and Proportions on School City. Students will need to remain on camera while testing. Face to Face: 2nd: Regular Math I will begin this class with a review of solving proportions in various ways then students will work on independent practice of the skill. 4th Honors Math Friday: Bell work will be problems with ratio tables and equivalent ratios. As a whole group we will work on guided notes for solving a proportions with students. We will look at the many different ways that proportions are set up and solved. Together as a whole group lesson we will do several practice problems with the skill. Student will complete practice problems if time permits. Virtual students will be given a reminder they, should be making sure they are making adequate progress on their Edgenuity assignments. Face to Face: As a whole group we will work on guided notes for solving a proportions with students. We will look at the many different ways that proportions are set up and solved. Together as a whole group lesson we will do several practice problems with the skill. Student will complete practice problems if time permits. 8th: Advanced Math I will begin the lesson by reviewing the previous lesson on distance formula and how to apply the formula to various problems. Students will work to complete practice problems as independent practice of the skill. 
Assignments Due 
Virtual Students: Due Complete December 4th Advanced Virtual: Edgenuity Assignments
Regular Virtual: Edgenuity Assignments
All Math Advanced Students: Summative Postponed

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