This is a suggested math pacing guide that follows the currently tested Essential Elements standards.

**August**

__6th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.1 - Compare the relationships between two unit fractions.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Collect student baseline data.

__7th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.7.NS.1 - Add fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with sums less than or equal to one.

2. Ratio and Proportions (RP)

* M.EE.7.RP.1-3 - Use a ratio to model or describe a relationship.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

5. Collect student baseline data.

__8th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.8.NS.1 - Subtract fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with minuends less than or equal to one.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Collect student baseline data.

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**September**

__6th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.1 - Compare the relationships between two unit fractions.

* M.EE.6.NS.5-8 - Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Collect student baseline data.

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7th Grade:

7th Grade:

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.7.NS.1 - Add fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with sums less than or equal to one.

2. Ratio and Proportions (RP)

* M.EE.7.RP.1-3 - Use a ratio to model or describe a relationship.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

5. Collect student baseline data.

__8th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.8.NS.1 - Subtract fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with minuends less than or equal to one.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Collect student baseline data.

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**October**

__6th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.5-8 - Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.7.NS.2.c-d - Express a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a decimal.

* M.EE.7.NS.3 - Compare quantities represented as decimals in real world examples to tenths.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.8.NS.2.a - Express a fraction with a denominator of 100 as a decimal.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

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**November**

__6th Grade:__

1. Statistics and Probability (SP)

* M.EE.6.SP.5 - Summarize data distributions shown in graphs or tables.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Statistics and Probability (SP)

* M.EE.7.SP.3 - Compare two sets of data within a single data display such as a picture graph, line plot, or bar graph.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Statistics and Probability (SP)

* M.EE.8.SP.4 - Construct a graph or table from given categorical data, and compare data categorized in the graph or table.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

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**December**

__6th Grade:__

1. Expressions and Equations (EE)

* M.EE.6.EE.1-2 - Identify equivalent number sentences.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Expressions and Equations (EE)

* M.EE.7.EE.1 - Use the properties of operations as strategies to demonstrate that expressions are equivalent.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Review 6th and 7th grade standards listed above.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

**January**

__6th Grade:__

1. Expressions and Equations (EE)

* M.EE.6.EE.3 - Apply the properties of addition to identify equivalent numerical expressions.

* M.EE.6.EE.5-7 - Match an equation to a real-world problem in which variables are used to represent numbers.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Expressions and Equations (EE)

* M.EE.7.EE.1 - Use the properties of operations as strategies to demonstrate that expressions are equivalent.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Expressions and Equations (EE)

* M.EE.8.EE.7 - Solve simple algebraic equations with one variable using addition and subtraction.

****2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

**February**

__6th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.6.G.1 - Solve real-world and mathematical problems about area using unit squares.

2. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.2 - Apply the concept of fair share and equal shares to divide.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.7.G.4 - Determine the perimeter of a rectangle by adding the measures of the sides.

2. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.7.NS.2.b - Solve division problems with divisors up to five and also with a divisor of 10 without remainders.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.8.G.5 - Compare any angle to a right angle, and describe the angle as greater than, less than, or congruent to a right angle.

* M.EE.8.G.9 - Use the formulas for perimeter, area, and volume to solve real-world and mathematical problems (limited to perimeter and area of rectangles and volume of rectangular prisms).

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

**March**

__6th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.6.G.2 - Solve real-world and mathematical problems about volume using unit cubes.

2. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.3 - Solve two-factor multiplication problems with products up to 50 using concrete objects and/or a calculator.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

5. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

__7th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.7.G.2 - Recognize geometric shapes with given conditions.

2. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.7.NS.2.a - Solve multiplication problems with products to 100.

3. IEP goals student practice.

4. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

5. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

__8th Grade:__

1. Geometry (G)

* M.EE.8.G.5 - Compare any angle to a right angle, and describe the angle as greater than, less than, or congruent to a right angle.

* M.EE.8.G.9 - Use the formulas for perimeter, area, and volume to solve real-world and mathematical problems (limited to perimeter and area of rectangles and volume of rectangular prisms).

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

**April**

__6th Grade:__

1. Number System (NS)

* M.EE.6.NS.2 - Apply the concept of fair share and equal shares to divide.

* M.EE.6.NS.3 - Solve two-factor multiplication problems with products up to 50 using concrete objects and/or a calculator.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

__7th Grade:__

1. Review 6th grade standards listed above.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

__8th Grade:__

1. Functions (F)

* M.EE.8.F.1-3 - Given a function table containing at least 2 complete ordered pairs, identify a missing number that completes another ordered pair (limited to linear functions).

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

4. Depending on your state window, test for DLM.

**May**

__6th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

**June**

__6th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__7th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.

__8th Grade:__

1. Cover any of the standards that need additional practice from data collected from student observations, report cards, assessments, and other data points.

2. IEP goals student practice.

3. Progress monitor for IEP report cards.