Jump Math Grade Six Correlations

Jump Math Grade Six Correlations2018-12-11T15:45:54+00:00

Jump Math

Jump Math Grade Six

With 2009 Edition Book Six Part 1 & Book Six Part 2

Content

Small to large numbers (thousands to billions):

  • Place value from thousands to billions, operations with thousands to billions – Part 1 Lessons: 1 – 51, Part 2 Lessons:73 – 94, 109 – 110
  • Numbers used in science, medicine – part 2 Lessons: 111
  • Compare, order, estimate – Part 1 Lessons:  6-8, 39-43, 51, Part 2 Lessons:79 – 81, 92 – 93, 102 – 103

Multiplication and division facts to 100 (developing computational fluency):

  • Mental math strategies (e.g., the double-double strategy to multiply 23 x 4)  – Part 1 Lessons: 20 – 21

Order of operations with whole numbers:

  • Includes the use of brackets, but excludes exponents – Part 2 Lessons: 112

‘Quotients can be rational numbers’ is not specifically covered

Factors and multiples (greatest common factor and least common multiple):

  • Prime and composite numbers, divisibility rules, factor trees, prime factor phrase (e.g., 300 = 22 x 3 x 52) – Part 1 Lessons: 17 – 19
  • Using graphic organizers (e.g., Venn diagrams)  to compare numbers four common factors and common multiples – Part 1 Lessons: 17

Improper fractions and mixed numbers:

  • Using benchmarks, number line, and common denominators to compare and order, including whole numbers – Part 2 Lessons:  65, 69 – 71
  • Using pattern blocks, cuisenaire rods, fraction strips, fraction circles, grids – Part 2 Lessons: 64 – 66, 69 – 71

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

Introduction to ratios:

  • Comparing numbers, comparing quantities, equivalent ratios – Part 2 Lessons:  97 – 100
  • Part to part ratios and part to whole ratios – Part 2 Lessons:  96, 108

Whole number percents and percentage discounts:

  • Using base ten blocks, geoboard, 10×10 grid to represent whole number percents – Part 2 Lessons:  102, 104, 107
  • Finding missing part (whole or percentage) – Part 2 Lessons: 104 – 108
  • 50% = 1/2 = 0.5 = 50:100 – Part 2 Lessons: 101 – 102

Multiplication and division of decimals:

  • 0.125 x 3/4 or 7.2 / 9 – Part 2 Lessons: 86 – 90
  • using base ten block array – Part 2 Lessons:  86 – 90

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

Increasing and decreasing patterns, using expressions, tables, and graphs as functional relationships:

  • Limited to discrete points in the first quadrant – Part 2 Lessons: 31 – 32
  • Visual patterning  (e.g., color tiles)  – Part 1 Lessons: 5 – 6, 16 – 21, Part 2 Lessons: 23, 26, 34
  • Take 3 add two each time, 2N + 1, and 1 more than twice a number all describe the pattern 3, 5, 7…  – Part 1 Lessons: 3 – 4, 15 – 21, Part 2 Lessons: 24

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

One step equations with whole number coefficients and solutions:

  • Preservation of equality (e.g., using a balance, algebra tiles) – Part 2 Lessons: 30
  • 3x =  12, x + 5 =  11 – Part 2 Lessons: 28

Perimeter of complex shapes:

  • A complex shape is a group of shapes with no holes (e.g., use color tiles, pattern blocks, tangrams)  – Part 2 Lessons: 18 – 21

Area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids:

  • Grid paper explorations – Part 2 Lessons:  23 – 32
  • Deriving formulas – Part 2 Lessons:  23, 30 – 31
  • Making connections between the area of parallelogram and area of a rectangle – Part 2 Lessons:  30

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

Angle measurement and classification:

  • Straight, acute, right, obtuse, reflex – Part 1 Lessons:  2
  • Constructing and identifying;  include examples from local environment – Part 1 Lessons:  4, 6
  • Estimating using  45°, 90°, and 180° as reference angles – Part 1 Lessons: 2 – 3
  • Angles of polygons – Lessons:  2 – 9, 12 – 13

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

Volume and capacity:

  • Using cubes to build 3D objects and determine their volume – Part 1 Lessons: 2 – 3
  • Referents and relationships between units (e.g., cm 3, m3, mL, L)  – Part 2 Lessons: 33

First Peoples perspectives and the number of coffee mugs that hold a liter are not specifically covered  

Triangles:

  • Scalene, isosceles, equilateral – Part 1 Lessons: 8 – 9
  • Right, acute, obtuse – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 9
  • Classified regardless of orientation – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 9

Combinations of transformations:

  • Plotting points on Cartesian plane using whole number ordered pairs – Part 2 Lessons: 21 , 31
  • Translation(s), rotation(s), and/or reflection(s) on a single 2D shape  – Part 2 Lessons: 23 – 32, 41
  • Limited to first quadrant  – Part 2 Lessons: 31, 41
  • Transforming, drawing, and describing image – Part 2 Lessons:  23 – 32, 41

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

Line graphs:

  • Table of values, data set;  creating and interpreting a line graph from a given set of data – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 9, Part 2 Lessons: 32

Single outcome probability, both theoretical and experimental:

  • Single outcome probability events (e.g.,  spin a spinner, roll a die, toss a coin) – Part 2 Lessons:  21 – 22
  • Listing of all possible outcomes to determine theoretical probability  – Part 2 Lessons: 21 – 27
  • Comparing experimental results with theoretical expectations  – Part 2 Lessons: 24, 26

First Peoples perspectives are not covered  

Financial literacy –  simple budgeting and consumer math:

Informed decision-making on saving and purchasing and how many weeks of allowance will it take to buy a bicycle are not specifically covered 

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