Mathematics Grade 6 FCAT 2.0 - Fractions, Ratios, Proportional Relationships, and Statistics
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
1. Determine the mean,
median, mode, or
range from a list,
table, or graph
1. Determine the mean,
median, mode, or
range from a list,
table, or graph
2. Analyze and
2. Determine a missing
determine which
data point in a set
measures of central
given the mean,
tendency or variability
median, or mode
best describe the
given data
3. Analyze which
3. Recognize a
question can be
representation of the
answered from a given
multiplication and
measure of central
division of fractions
tendency
and decimals
4. Determine a missing
4. Solve multiplication
data point in a set
and division problems
given the mean,
with decimals and
median, or mode
fractions
5. Recognize and
construct a
representation of the
multiplication and
division of fractions
and decimals
6. Solve multiplication
and division problems
with decimals and
fractions
7. Solve real-world,
multiple-operation
problems involving
conversion between
fractions, decimals,
and percents
8. Convert, compare,
and order fractions,
mixed numbers,
decimals, and
percents
9. Estimate the results of
computations with
fractions, decimals,
and/or percents
10. Judge the
reasonableness of
results of
computations with
fractions, decimals,
and percents using
different strategies
11. Translate and solve
non-routine rate and
ratio problems
12. Compare rates and
ratios to solve multistep, real-world
problems
1. Determine the
mean, median,
mode, or range from
a list or table (for
median, the data set
must contain an odd
number of data
points)
2. Recognize a
representation of
the multiplication of
fractions or decimals
or the division of
decimals
3. Solve multiplication
and division
problems with
fractions less than 1
and decimals
4. Solve real-world
problems involving
conversion between
fractions, decimals,
and percents
5. Convert, compare,
and order fractions,
decimals, and
percents
5. Solve real-world,
multi-step problems
involving conversion
between fractions,
decimals, and
percents
6. Convert, compare,
6. Estimate the results
and order fractions,
of computations
decimals, and
with decimals
percents
and/or percents
7. Estimate the results of 7. Solve routine rate
computations with
and ratio problems
fractions, decimals,
and/or percents
1. Determine the
1. Performance at this
median, mode, or
level indicates an
range from a list or
inadequate level of
table (for median,
success with the
the data set must
challenging content of
contain an odd
the Next Generation
number of data
Sunshine State
points)
Standards for
mathematics
2. Recognize a graphic
representation of
the multiplication of
decimals or
fractions
3. Solve multiplication
and division
problems with
decimals
4. Convert between
fractions, decimals,
and percents
5. Compare and order
fractions, decimals,
and percents using
numbers that can
be easily converted
6. Estimate the results
of computations
with decimals
7. Determine the unit
rate
8. Translate and solve
multi-step rate and
ratio problems
9. Compare rates and
ratios to solve onestep, real-world
problems
Source: http://fcat.fldoe.org/fcat2/alds.asp
Page 1
Level 5
Mathematics Grade 6 FCAT 2.0 - Expressions and Equations
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Translate and evaluate
an expression
1. Translate and
evaluate an
expression
1. Translate and evaluate
an expression where
the coefficients and
the value of the
variables are whole
numbers
2. Translate a real-world
situation to an equation
or inequality
2. Translate a real-world
situation to an
equation or
inequality
3. Solve and graph oneor two-step linear
equations or
inequalities
4. Identify
commutative,
associative, identity,
inverse, and
distributive
properties
5. Use the
commutative,
associative, identity,
inverse, or
distributive property
to show that two
expressions are
equivalent
6. Identify or construct
a table that
represents a two-step
linear equation
2. Translate a real-world
situation to an
equation or inequality
3. Solve and graph one- or
two-step linear
equations or
inequalities
4. Identify commutative,
associative, identity,
inverse, and distributive
properties
5. Use the commutative,
associative, identity,
inverse, or distributive
property to show that
two expressions are
equivalent
6. Identify or construct a
table that represents a
two-step linear
equation
7. Identify or construct a
two-step linear
equation from a table
or graph
8. Analyze a table or graph
to identify or describe
the rate of change
7. Identify or construct
a one-step linear
equation from a table
or graph
8. Analyze a table or
graph to identify or
describe the rate of
change
Source: http://fcat.fldoe.org/fcat2/alds.asp
3. Solve and/or graph
one- and two-step
linear equations or
one-step inequalities
4. Identify commutative,
associative, identity,
inverse, and
distributive properties
5. Use the commutative,
associative, identity, or
inverse property to
show that two
expressions are
equivalent
1. Evaluate an
expression
(excluding
expressions using
the distributive
property) where
the coefficients
and the value of
the variables are
whole numbers
2. Translate a realworld situation to
an equation
Level 1
1. Performance at this
level indicates an
inadequate level of
success with the
challenging content of
the Next Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for
mathematics
3. Solve one-step
linear equations or
inequalities
4. Identify
commutative,
associative,
identity, inverse,
and distributive
properties
5. Identify a table
that represents a
one-step linear
equation with
whole-number
coefficients
6. Identify a table that
represents a two-step
linear equation with
whole number
coefficients
7. Identify a one-step
linear equation from a
table
Page 2
Level 5
Mathematics Grade 6 FCAT 2.0 - Geometry and Measurement
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Determine the
diameter or radius
given the
circumference or area
of a circle
2. Determine the area or
circumference of a
circle given a wholenumber radius or
diameter
1. Determine the
diameter or radius
given the
circumference of a
circle
2. Determine the area
or circumference of a
circle given a wholenumber radius or
diameter
3. Determine the
perimeter or area of a
composite shape
comprised of polygons,
semi-circles, and/or
circles
3. Determine the
perimeter or area of
a composite shape
comprised of
polygons, semicircles, and/or circles
4. Determine a missing
dimension given the
area of a twodimensional figure or
volume of a
rectangular prism
4. Determine a missing
dimension given the
area of a twodimensional figure
(rectangle, triangle,
or square) or volume
of a rectangular prism
5. Determine the
volume of a
rectangular prism
given whole-number
dimensions
5. Determine the volume
of a rectangular prism
given whole-number
dimensions
Source: http://fcat.fldoe.org/fcat2/alds.asp
1. Determine the area
or circumference of a
circle given a wholenumber radius or
diameter
2. Determine the
perimeter or area of
a composite shape
comprised of
polygons given most
of the whole-number
dimensions
3. Determine a missing
dimension given the
area of a rectangle or
volume of a
rectangular prism
having wholenumber dimensions
4. Determine the
volume of a
rectangular prism
given whole-number
dimensions
1. Determine the
circumference of a
circle given a wholenumber radius
2. Determine the
perimeter of a
composite shape
comprised of
polygons given all of
the whole-number
dimensions
3. Determine the area
of a rectangle or
volume of a
rectangular prism
given whole-number
dimensions
Level 1
1. Performance at this
level indicates an
inadequate level of
success with the
challenging content of
the Next Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for
mathematics
Page 3