6th Grade

English Monday, 2/20 Tuesday, 2/21 Wednesday, 2/22 Thursday, 2/23 Friday, 2/24
Mrs. Bailey
LITERATURE (6) LITERATURE (6) LITERATURE (6) LITERATURE (6) LITERATURE (6)
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No School Review Game STAR Test Library Fact/Opinion and Author's Purpose
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No School Read for 20 minutes Read for 20 minutes Read for 20 minutes Relax
Mrs. Conrad
BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2)
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No School Hand back/discuss novel test and take notes on poetry vocabulary; Brainstorm ideas for persuasive writing piece on changes at Bernard Analyze figurative language, symbolism, and theme in classic poems; Fill out graphic organizer with ideas for persuasive writing activity- (Changes at Bernard) Analyze lyric poetry and find figurative language, symbols, and main theme in songs today; Examine different examples of persuasive writing pieces and begin to fill out pre-rough draft graphic organizer Continue to analyze lyric poetry and present findings to classmates in a gallery walk; Finish filling out graphic organizer from yesterday
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Read RC book Read RC book and write weekly RC summary Read RC book Read RC book
LITERATURE (5) LITERATURE (5) LITERATURE (5) LITERATURE (5) LITERATURE (5)
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No School Hand back/discuss novel test and take notes on poetry vocabulary Analyze figurative language, symbolism, and theme in classic poems Analyze lyric poetry and find figurative language, symbols, and main theme in songs today Continue to analyze lyric poetry and present findings to classmates in a gallery walk; Finish filling out graphic organizer from yesterday
Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework:
Read RC book Read RC book and write weekly RC summary Read RC book Read RC book
Mrs. Ette Please see assignments under ENCORE tab Please see assignments under ENCORE tab Please see assignments under ENCORE tab Please see assignments under ENCORE tab Please see assignments under ENCORE tab
Mrs. Lay
LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE
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No School Weekend Paragraph/Journal- write 6-8 sentences about your weekend Lesson 4: Fundamentals in Sentence Writing: Infinitives 1/2 day: Mini-review games, Word Fishing, Infinitives/Verbs/ Complete Lesson 4: Infinitives, Conferencing
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No School Review- Writing Questions pg. 29 Relax Pg. 36- #1-3: Write Questions #4-5 write sentences Relax
Mrs. McCulloch
LANGUAGE (1) LANGUAGE (1) LANGUAGE (1) LANGUAGE (1) LANGUAGE (1)
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No School Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Set ELA Goal, Choice Write, Persuasive Letter Project: Brainstorm & Drafting time Warm Up/Planners, Journal Prompt, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time Warm Up/Planners, Send a text, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Grade Check Conference, Class Meeting
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First draft due by Friday First draft due by Friday First draft due by Friday Check Grade
BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3)
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No School Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Set ELA Goal, Choice Write, Persuasive Letter Project: Brainstorm & Drafting time, Fluency Check, Read & Discuss Ch. 18, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Journal Prompt, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time, Fluency Check, Read & Discuss Ch. 19, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Send a text, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time, Fluency Check, Library Day, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Grade Check Conference, Class Meeting, Fluency Check, Read/Discuss/Questions Ch. 20, SSR
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First draft due by Friday & Ch. 18 Questions First draft due by Friday & Ch. 19 Questions First draft due by Friday & Read for 20 minutes Check Grade
BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5)
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No School Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Set ELA Goal, Choice Write, Persuasive Letter Project: Brainstorm & Drafting time, Fluency Check, Read & Discuss Ch. 18, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Journal Prompt, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time, Fluency Check, Read & Discuss Ch. 19, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Send a text, Persuasive Letter Project:Drafting time, Fluency Check, Library Day, SSR Warm Up/Planners, Review the Week, Grade Check Conference, Class Meeting, Fluency Check, Read/Discuss/Questions Ch. 20, SSR
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First draft due by Friday & Ch. 18 Questions First draft due by Friday & Ch. 19 Questions First draft due by Friday & Read for 20 minutes Check Grade
Mr. Nunn
LITERATURE (1) LITERATURE (1) LITERATURE (1) LITERATURE (1) LITERATURE (1)
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No School Experiment with making moving light: Day 1. Experiment with making moving light: Day 2. Library Day. City of Ember, through chapter 5 with journal prompts.
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No School Read 20 minutes.

Library Thursday.
Read 20 minutes.
Library tomorrow.
Early Release tomorrow.
Read 20 minutes of a good book. Read 20 minutes of a good book.
BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3) BLOCK (2/3)
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No School Experiment with making moving light: Day 1.

Pre-writing for persuasive writing.
Experiment with making moving light: Day 2.

Wrapped up pre-writing. Conferences on topics. Began outlining as we were ready.
Library Day.

Notes on types of arguments: logical, emotional, societal.
City of Ember, through chapter 5 with journal prompts.

Day 2 of notes on types of arguments. Worked on persuasive outlines.
Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework:
No School Read 20 minutes.

Library Thursday.

Have KWL Chart as done as is possible.
Read 20 minutes.
Library tomorrow.
Early Release tomorrow.

Have Claim in your outline.
Read 20 minutes of a good book.

Have topic sentences for paragraphs and supporting details on outline completed. (Due Monday.)
Read 20 minutes of a good book.

Have topic sentences for paragraphs and supporting details on outline completed. (Due Monday.)
BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5)
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No School Experiment with making moving light: Day 1.

Pre-writing for persuasive writing.
Experiment with making moving light: Day 2.

Wrapped up pre-writing. Conferences on topics. Began outlining as we were ready.
Library Day.

Notes on types of arguments: logical, emotional, societal.
City of Ember, through chapter 5 with journal prompts.

Day 2 of notes on types of arguments. Worked on persuasive outlines.
Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework:
No School Read 20 minutes.

Library Thursday.

Have KWL Chart as done as is possible.
Read 20 minutes.
Library tomorrow.
Early Release tomorrow.

Have Claim in your outline.
Read 20 minutes of a good book.

Have topic sentences for paragraphs and supporting details on outline completed. (Due Monday.)
Read 20 minutes of a good book.

Have topic sentences for paragraphs and supporting details on outline completed. (Due Monday.)
Ms. Scott
BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2) BLOCK (1/2)
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No School Read an argumentative mentor text, practice argumentative strategies with graphic organizer; Given argumentative topics, time to fill in graphic organizer Kahoot! Review; begin typing argument and researching facts STAR Assessment in computer lab, time to continue typing and researching facts Comprehension reading practice; Continue typing and editing our arguments in computer lab (Monday will be to double check our work, Google Translate, etc.)
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Read RC with post-its, finish graphic organizer Read RC with post-its Read RC with post-its Read RC with post-its
LANGUAGE (3) LANGUAGE (3) LANGUAGE (3) LANGUAGE (3) LANGUAGE (3)
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No School Continue filling in graphic organizer over chosen topic, check progress with teacher, begin typing argument and researching facts Continue typing and researching facts for argumentative work Time to explore Google Sites to create our own argumentative blog Continue working on argumentative blog
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Relax (Argumentative Writing) Finish typing and researching for argumentative piece Relax (Argumentative Writing) Work on blog if needed (Monday is our last day)
BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5) BLOCK (4/5)
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Reading Ch. 14 in COE; finish graphic organizer, begin typing argument and researching facts Reading Ch. 15, continue typing and researching facts for argumentative work Reading Ch. 16 in COE, time to explore interactive Ember site via Classroom when finished; Time to explore Google Sites to create our own argumentative blog Reading Ch. 17 and identifying figurative language; Time to work on argumentative blog
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Read RC novel Read RC novel Read RC novel Read RC novel
Math Monday, 2/20 Tuesday, 2/21 Wednesday, 2/22 Thursday, 2/23 Friday, 2/24
Mrs. McFarland
MATH 6 (5) MATH 6 (5) MATH 6 (5) MATH 6 (5) MATH 6 (5)
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Review activity for changing between fractions, decimals and percents Finish activity Find percent of a number weekly review
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no homework lesson 5.6 p229 # 4-24 (even) lesson 5.6 p229 & 230 #3-39 (odd) lesson 5.6 WS
ALGEBRA PREP (2,3,4) ALGEBRA PREP (2,3,4) ALGEBRA PREP (2,3,4) ALGEBRA PREP (2,3,4) ALGEBRA PREP (2,3,4)
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surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms surface area of prisms Surface area of houses
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lesson 8.2 p 364 & 365 # 1,3-5, 18-20 lesson 8.2 p 364 & 365 #6-16 Lesson 8.2 WS no homework
Mrs. Mathews
MATH 6 (1,2,5) MATH 6 (1,2,5) MATH 6 (1,2,5) MATH 6 (1,2,5) MATH 6 (1,2,5)
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No School Fractions, Decimals & Percents Sort and Match 5.6 Percent of a number 5.6 Percent of a number Mathcon Test
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NO HW pg 229 #3-25 odd pg 230 #27-41 odd No HW
MATH 6 (3,4) MATH 6 (3,4) MATH 6 (3,4) MATH 6 (3,4) MATH 6 (3,4)
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No School Fractions, Decimals & Percents Sort and Match 5.6 Percent of a number 5.6 Percent of a number Mathcon Test
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NO HW pg 229 #3-25 odd pg 230 #27-41 odd No HW
Mrs. Siebum
Math (2): Math (2): Math (2): Math (2): Math (2):
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no school ConMath contest Interpreting and making frequency tables making frequency tables making bar graphs from frequency tables
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no school NO HW p. 4 no hw no hw
Science Monday, 2/20 Tuesday, 2/21 Wednesday, 2/22 Thursday, 2/23 Friday, 2/24
Mrs. Glastetter
SCIENCE
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No School-President's Day :) Kinesthetic Astronomy: What causes night and day? How does the Earth move? Kinesthetic Astronomy: Earth's tilt, rotation vs. revolution, why is the sun high in the sky during summer and low in the sky during winter? Sun's Angle and Rays Kinesthetic Astronomy: Why do we have seasons?
Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework: Homework:
1. KA packet, page ST 8 (should be completed from class) 1. KA packet, pages ST 9 & 10 (should be completed from class) 1. Sun's angles and rays 1. ST 12-13 (should be completed from class).
2. ST 14 & 15 should be completed. Packet will be collected on Monday!
Mrs. Winter
SCIENCE
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No School Kinesthetic Astronomy (KA)-
Earth's tilt and rotation, revolution and seasons
Packet pgs. 2, 6, and 7
Kinesthetic Astronomy - seasons, angle and ray; packet pgs. 8 and10
Kinesthetic Astronomy-equinoxes and "sun sign"; Packet pg. 3 Kinesthetic Astronomy - angle and ray; Packet pgs. 4, 11, and 19
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KA - pgs. 9 and 10 due tomorrow KA pgs. 12-13 due tomorrow KA pgs. 14-15 due tomorrow KA pgs. 16-17 - entire packet due Monday
Social
Studies
Monday, 2/20 Tuesday, 2/21 Wednesday, 2/22 Thursday, 2/23 Friday, 2/24
Mrs. Bartlett
SOCIAL STUDIES
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No School Discussion of Geography, the "Then and Now" of South Asia. 3 Truths and 1 Lie activity Survival in the Himalayas, Wants vs. Needs for survival collage Wants vs. Needs for survival collage
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Relax 4 new vocab words-page 472 has 2 words and 474 has 2 words-define by tomorrow. Wants Vs. Needs collage due tomorrow.
Mrs. Conrad
SOCIAL STUDIES
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Read section 1.3- Living with Monsoons (p.474-475), add vocabulary words, and analyze maps in "Map Lab" activity Notes on India's Monsoons- Then and Now and SOS activity Read section 1.4- India's Resources and Land Use and take notes- Then and Now Notes on land resources/land use and discussion on improving India's use of land and resources
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No Homework Vocabulary for section 1.4 No Homework No Homework
Ms. Peterson
SOCIAL STUDIES
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No school-President's Day Bell Ringer: Name 2 bodies of water surrounding the Indian subcontinent; In Class: p.3-read/discuss Himalyas/the Indus River; Video about the people of South Asia Bell Ringer: Name the tallest mountain range in the world. What is the tallest mountain in that range? In Class: Read Section 1.1 (pp.470-471) & complete note-taking WS (p.7 in Workbook); Go over p. 9 in Workbook Bell Ringer: Who do subsistence farmers grow food for? In Class: Go over/turn in p. 8 in Workbook; Watch video (4:43) about life in Bhutan; Start Section 1.2 WS (on p. 11 in Workbook) Early Dismissal - shortened class Bell Ringer: Where is Bhutan? What religion do they practice there? In Class: Correct Section 1.2 WS (p. 11); Watch video segment about topographic maps (2:27); Complete p, 10 in small groups of 3
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Read pp.472-473 and complete Section 1.2 Note-taking WS (on p.9 in Workbook)-due 2/22 Do p.8 in Workbook due 2/24 Finish Section 1.2 WS-on p. 11 of Workbook due 2/24 Define 1.3-4 -due 2/27-on p. 12 of Workbook-due 3/1
Mrs. Winter
SOCIAL STUDIES
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No School Daily Geography Week 9, Packet pg. 3; Read pgs. 472-473 and fill out pg. 9 Daily Geography Week 9; Discuss South Asia Daily Geography Week 9; Discussion on Himalaya Mountains Daily Geography Week 9; Read pgs. 474 and 475 and fill out pg. 13; Geoactivity pg. 14
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packet pg. 8 due tomorrow packet pg. 10 due tomorrow
pg. 12 - due Friday
packet pgs. 11 and 12 - due tomorrow pg. 15 - due Monday

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