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The student will learn the place value of whole numbers and how to write whole numbers in word, standard and expanded form.

This video is a review of the answers to the practice sheet.

The student will learn how to compare, order and round whole numbers.

This is a continuation of Video #1

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The student will learn the difference between multiples and factors and how to know which situations to use each in.

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The student will learn how to determine differences between prime and composite numbers.

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The student will learn how to add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers and be able to explain what the numbers mean.

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The student will learn how to multiply whole numbers, 2-digit by 2-digit and 3-digit by 3-digit.

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The student will learn how to divide whole numbers by determining which is the divisor and which is the dividend.

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The student will learn how to determine which operation should be used when solving real-world problems involving whole numbers.

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The student will learn how to determine numerical and geometric patterns and find the next term in the pattern.

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Assessment over entirety of Section I

The student will learn how to create a fraction, compare and order fractions we well as use fractions with the four basic operations.

The student will learn how to create a fraction, compare and order fractions we well as use fractions with the four basic operations.

This video is a review of the answers to the practice sheet.

The student will learn decimal place value, how to read and write decimals, compare, order and round to the nearest place values.

This video is a review of the answers to the practice sheet.

The student will learn how to add and subtract decimals.

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The student will learn how to multiply and divide decimals.

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The student will learn how to convert between fractions, decimals and percents in order to compare, order, round, add, subtract, multiply and divide each.

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The student will learn the difference between a ratio and a rate and a unit rate and a rate, as well as how to create ratios from situations.

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The student will learn how to convert between metric and customary measurements using a measurement chart.

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Assessment over entirety of Section II

The student will learn how to classify polygons.

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The student will learn the parts of a circle.

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The student will learn how to classify 3D figures by faces, bases, edges and vertices.

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The students will learn how to determine the perimeter of polygons.

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The student will learn how to find the area of 3D figures.

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The student will learn the nets of 3D figures, formulas for volume and how to determine the volume and surface area of 3D figures.

The student will learn the nets of 3D figures, formulas for volume and how to determine the volume and surface area of 3D figures.

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Assessment over the entirety of Section III

The student will learn the parts of a coordinate plane, ordered pairs and how to plot points using ordered pairs.

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The student will earn different types of graphs and how to read information off of each to be able to answer questions.

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The student will learn how to use transformations on a coordinate grid.

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Assessment over entirety of Section IV

The student will learn how to set up and solve one-step equations using variables.

The student will learn how to set up and solve one-step equations using variables.

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Assessment over entirety of Section V

The student will learn how to determine probabilities of given situations.

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Assessment over entirety of Section V

**Course Description**

Grade 6 Math Course. This complete math course covers all of the major points taught across most schools in North America and prepares students for important topics which we be learnt during Grade 6. The course consists of 27 content rich video-lessons, practice worksheets, practice worksheet review videos, tests and additional materials and resources which parents will have immediate access to upon purchasing this course.

This course is unique among its counterparts because it places a greater emphasis on rational thinking and real-life application of the concepts being taught. Students taking this course will not see concepts such as fractions, decimals or area as needless topics that are mostly abstract in nature and of no practical application. On the other hand, they will feel that they are acquiring knowledge that is useful, practical and required to understand and deal with different situations and problems.

**Course Goals**

Upon course completion, students will be prepared to move on to increasingly challenging 7th and 8th grade math concepts, and to learn how to analyze, rationalize and apply problem-resolution methods to different situations depending on the specific circumstances they come across.

**Target Audience**

This video-course is primarily intended for Grade 6 students (typically ages 11+) and Grade 7 students who may need to review previously taught concepts. The difficultly level of this course is medium to medium-hard depending on the topic.

**Course Requirements**

Students taking this course are expected to have satisfactorily understood and mastered the most important topics taught in a standard Grade 5 Math Course.

**Course Includes**

- 7 hours of video
- 27 Video-lessons
- 27 Practice exercises/worksheets
- 27 Practice Worksheet review videos
- 27 Answer "keys" to all practice worksheets (Additional Resources For Parents)
- Vocabulary Definitions for each lesson, Lesson Specific Resources, Blank Lesson Sheets for Notes (Additional Resources For Parents)

**Course Topics **

- Introduction

Section I: Whole Numbers

- Numbers to 1,000,000 (I)
- Numbers to 1,000,000 (II)
- Multiples and Factors
- Prime Numbers and Composite Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers
- Multiplication of Whole Numbers
- Division of Whole Numbers
- Operations with Whole Numbers
- Patterning

Section II: Rational Numbers

- Fractions
- Decimals
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Multiplication and Division of Decimals
- Fractions, Decimals and Percents
- Unit Rates and Ratios
- Unit Conversions

Section III: Geometry

- 2-D Shapes (I)
- 2-D Shapes (II)
- 3-D Figures
- Perimeter and Area (I)
- Perimeter and Area (II)
- Volume and Surface Area

Secion IV: Coordinate Systems

- Coordinate System
- Graphs (I and II)
- Transformations

Section V: Equations

- Simple Equations

Section VI: Probability Basics

- Probability

- Teacher: Susan
- Areas of expertise: Grade 1-8 Mathematics
- Education: B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics 1-8, West Texas A&M University M.Ed. Educational Administration, West Texas A&M University
- Interests: Teaching and tutoring mathematics, cake decorating, golfing, traveling, watching my daughter play volleyball and spending time with my family
- Skills: Tutoring students in mathematics, writing mathematics curriculum, training school personnel in discipline systems
- Associations: N/A
- Issues I care about: student advocacy in education and standardized testing

My name is Susan Ivey. I spent 9 years teaching 6th, 7th and 8th grade Math. I spent 4 years as the Math Curriculum, Assessment, Instruction and Intervention Specialist at a high school. In the last 3 years, I have started my own private tutoring company as well as an educational consulting company. I believe math is used in our everyday lives and my goal is for students to be able to relate mathematics to the experiences they will have in their world.

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