• Welcome to Mrs. Jacobson's 6th grade math class. 

     

    Course content:  This course will cover the Florida standards for 6th Grade Mathematics. We will be using the Pearson enVision consumable and digital textbook as well as Study Island which is an online tutorial program.

     

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    In this class students will relate what they are learning with what they are doing outside of the classroom.   Students will be reviewing concepts and skills taught from the previous year and expanding on these skills through a variety of techniques.  The main ideas that will be taught throughout the year are as follows:

    Unit 1      Ratios and Proportional Relationships: Connect rates and ratios to multiplication and division; Apply the relationship between fractions, decimals and percents to solve problems

    Unit 2   The Number System: Multiply and divide decimals and fractions that represent real-world situations.

    Unit 3   Expressions and Equations: Write and evaluate expressions and equations and apply the properties of operations.    Write, graph, and solve one-variable inequalities. Represent and analyze the relationship between two variables in a function.

    Unit 4   Geometry: Find the area, volume, and surface area of 2-D and 3-D figures.

    Unit 5   Statistics and Probability: Find and use measures of center and measures of variation to describe sets of data.  Represent and analyze data using line plots, histograms, and box plots.

     

    l will respond to all e-mails with-in a 24 hr. period.

    Here is a link to my e-mail renee.jacobson@marion.k12.fl.us   l will respond to all e-mails with-in a 24 hr. period.

     

    Mrs. Jacobson

    6th grade math

    LWMS 

     

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