# 6th Grade Common Core Math

## Tips, Mathematical Practices, and Ideas about Integers

### Topic 10: Integers

Note: The original dates you set for this unit was December 6-18 (Dec.19 posttest/pretest). However, most of you will be starting this unit soon since your pacing is determined by student understanding.

 10-1 Understanding Integers 6.NS.5 M06-S1C1-04, M06-S1C1-05 10-2 Comparing and Ordering Integers 6.NS.7.a M06-S1C1-04 10-3 Rational Numbers on a Number Line 6.NS.6.c M06-S1C1-03, M06-S1C1-04 10-4 Step-Up Lesson: Adding Integers 7.NS.1.b M06-S1C2-01 10-5 Step-Up Lesson: Subtracting Integers 7.NS.1.c M06-S1C2-01 10-6 Step-Up Lesson: Multiplying Integers 7.NS.2.a 10-7 Step-Up Lesson: Dividing Integers 7.NS.2.b 10-8 Absolute Value 6.NS.7.d M06-S1C1-05 10-9 Graphing Points on a Coordinate Plane 6.NS.6.c M06-S4C3-01 K104 Missing Coordinates** (See double dose)J31 Use Reasoning** M06-S4C3-02M06-S5C2-09 10-10 Problem Solving: Use Reasoning 6.G.3 M06-S5C2-09

### Double Dose Recommendations:

• Kim Sutton math routines
• Pre-teach the following:
• Missing Coordinates, 3 days (AZ7, K104)
• Use Reasoning, 1 day (J31)

### Tip of the Week:

• Start your unit by looking at the performance task. Have students create need-to-know lists for what they need to know in order to complete the task.

• After each lesson, refer back to the need-to-know list to see which pieces they’ve learned in order to reach the final goal of completing the performance task.

### Technology Integration Resources:

Below are some Learn Zillion videos to use for each of the lessons beyond SuccessNet:

If you have iPads in your class, Educreations has a graphing grid with the coordinates to use as background paper and students can create tutorials with this app.

### Mathematical Practices:

In enVision, the “Hands-On, Minds-On” quick lesson to introduce the concept also incorporates Math Practices. When I was in the classroom, I’d use my pretest data and formative assessments to determine which students need pre-teaching. Every day I’d pre-teach a small group, and I’d spend time using these lessons to develop the concept and connect prior knowledge. When I’d start my lesson, I could quickly introduce it using the Interactive Learning, beneficial to all students.