Welcome to Sixth Grade Math with Mr. Scapellati!

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Please see the calendar for daily homework assignments. Unless told to do otherwise, all problems should be neatly completed in the math homework notebook with ample work for each exercise (and written in pencil).
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6^{th} Grade Math Long-Term Assignment – due by January 4, 2019

Text Book

- All is to be completed neatly on loose leaf paper (stapled in order).
- The * pages are vocabulary exercises. Full statements are to be written.
- Sufficient work is to be shown for all other problems.
- This assignment will count as two test grades.
- If you finish this assignment before the due date, you may turn it in early.

*Page 34, # 1 – 4

Page 37, # 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 17, 19, 20, 23, 27

*Page 84, # 1 – 3

Page 87, # 3, 5 – 10, 16, 20, 23 – 25

*Page 134, # 1 – 2

Page 137, # 1, 4, 5, 9, 13, 17, 20, 22, 23

*Page 184, # 1 – 3

Page 187, # 2, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 19, 20, 25, 27, 31, 34

*Page 232, # 1 – 2

Page 235, # 3, 8, 11, 13 – 16, 22, 26, 30, 32, 36, 38, 39

*Any test with a score of 1 must be signed by a parent/guardian.

UNIT 1 EXAM

Below is a list of topics that you should definitely have a handle on.

Long division

Operations with fractions

Operations with decimals

Greatest common factors

Least common multiples

Applications of fractions and decimals

UNIT 2 EXAM

Below is a list of topics that you should definitely have a handle on.

Comparing and ordering integers

Working with standard number lines

Absolute value

Graphing in the coordinate plane

Reflections across axes

Distance between points that have the same abscissas/ordinates

All topics from Unit 1 as well

UNIT 3 EXAM

Below is a list of topics that you should definitely have a handle on.

Translating from verbal to algebraic representations

Evaluating expressions

Simplifying expressions

Like and unlike terms

Applying properties

Working with exponents

All topics from Units 1 & 2 as well

UNIT 4 EXAM

Below is a list of topics that you should definitely have a handle on.

Translating from verbal to algebraic equations and inequalities

Solving one-step equations and inequalities

Solving two-step equations and inequalities

Find solutions as ordered pairs to equations in two variables

Graphing basic linear equations in two variables on a coordinate plane

Graphing solution sets to one-dimensional inequalities on a number line

All topics from Units 1 - 3 as well

EXTRA CREDIT: TEST CORRECTIONS

Students must follow this exact format to be eligible for earning points back:

For each exercise that was partially/completely wrong:

1) Write out the entire question.

2) Complete the exercise correctly with ample work.

3) Provide a brief reason as to why it was marked off the first time.

This should all be done neatly on loose leaf, stapled to the back of the test, and turned into the appropriate math bin within 3 days of class return (along with a student correction card).