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ELA

Week of May 11-15

Hi 6th graders!

This is your ELA weekly assignment. ELA covers Reading and Written Expression. This week you will use one passage to complete your weekly tasks.
Day 1: Read the passage and annotate it. Do this just like we do in class. 

World Wide Web of Hurt.pdf (PDF)

1. Do something to title. (Circle it, put brackets around it) 
2. Circle any words you may not know, and then define them. 
3. Identify central idea.
4. Identify two pieces of evidence that proves it's the central idea. 
Day 2: Answer the multiple choice questions that accompany the passage. 
Day 3: Do #6 in RACE. Be sure you use your explanation sentence starters!
Day 4: Do #7 with the same instructions as Day 3.  


Also, it would be wonderful if you did IXL. Here are the recommended but not required IXL lessons for this second week. 
6th grade Language Arts
W 4
W 5

However NOTHING can replace 20 minutes of independent reading! Read! Read! Read! Go out in the sunshine and read for pleasure! Reading independently is a great way to stay focused!

Have a productive quarantine!

Sincerely,
Ms. Harville and Ms. Price


Week of May 4-8

Hi 6th graders!

This is your ELA weekly assignment. ELA covers Reading and Written Expression. This week you will use one passage to complete your weekly tasks.
Day 1: Read the passage and annotate it. Do this just like we do in class. 
jack-and-the-beanstalk_student[21041].pdf (PDF)
1. Do something to title. (Circle it, put brackets around it) 
2. Circle any words you may not know, and then define them. 
3. Identify central idea.
4. Identify two pieces of evidence that proves it's the central idea. 
Day 2: Answer the multiple choice questions that accompany the passage. 
Day 3: Do #5 and #1 in RACE. Be sure you use your explanation sentence starters!
Day 4: Do #2-4 with the same instructions as Day 3.  
Day 5: Write a plot development line to follow your story. (Exposition, Rising Action (3), Falling Action(3), Resolution)

Also, it would be wonderful if you did IXL. Here are the recommended but not required IXL lessons for this second week. 
6th grade Language Arts
W 4
W 5

However NOTHING can replace 20 minutes of independent reading! Read! Read! Read! Go out in the sunshine and read for pleasure! Reading independently is a great way to stay focused!

Have a productive quarantine!

Sincerely,
Ms. Harville and Ms. Price

Math

Week of May 11-15

IXL:  R8

         D1-3, 5,6

         FF3

         Y15

May 18-19 

IXL:  M1-9

Continue to work on Recommendations over the summer to be off to a 

good start next year!  Have a great summer!!

 

 


Week of May 4-8

May 4th-May 8th

Y.9  Properties of addition

Y.10  Properties of multiplication

Y.11  Multiply using the distributive property

Y.12  Factor using the distributive property

Z.6  Solve one-step equations with whole numbers

Z.7  Solve one-step equations with decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers

AA.1  Solutions to inequalities

AA.2  Graph inequalities on number lines

AA.3  Write inequalities from number lines

AA.4  Solve one-step inequalities

AA.5  Graph solutions to one-step inequalities

AA•  New! One-step inequalities: word problems