Sixth Grade

Room 312 - Ms. Lenz  

LITERACY (Lenz)  

Monday 6/15 -Thursday 6/18


Writing - Autobiography Poem

Reading - Play Read Aloud

Reading- Read aloud and discussion

End of Year Celebration


 

MATH (D'Alessandro)

 

Lesson description:Students will look at which Math concept doesn’t belong in a group of four items.

Homework:Make your own “Which One Doesn’t Belong?” videoLesson description:
Students will learn how to make predictive probability by making a video of a “trick shot” (such as tossing their laundry in the hamper)

Homework: Record a trick shot video of doing something helpful around your home(cleaning, putting something away)Lesson description:

Present videos from either Monday or Tuesday on predictive probability or “Which one doesn’t belong?”

Homework: “Goodbye Game” How will you use Math this summer

 

Last Day! Please share an audio or video log of how you plan to use Math in your future

SCIENCE (David)


Topic: Gravity
Forces in an Elevator
Students will learn about gravity as they view as video
on the forces on an elevator.
Topic: Amphibians
Title:Students will read an article amphibians and
view a video on amazing amphibians
Topic American's National Treasures
Students will read and discuss American's national
treasures.
Topic Sharks..
Students will view a video on sharks.
Then read an article.
Discuss the characteristics of sharks.

Room 311 - Mr. D'Alessandro

LITERACY (Lenz)  

Monday 6/15 -Thursday 6/18


Writing - Autobiography Poem

Reading - Play Read Aloud

Reading- Read aloud and discussion

End of Year Celebration


 

MATH (D'Alessandro)

 

Lesson description:Students will look at which Math concept doesn’t belong in a group of four items.

Homework:Make your own “Which One Doesn’t Belong?” videoLesson description:
Students will learn how to make predictive probability by making a video of a “trick shot” (such as tossing their laundry in the hamper)

Homework: Record a trick shot video of doing something helpful around your home(cleaning, putting something away)Lesson description:

Present videos from either Monday or Tuesday on predictive probability or “Which one doesn’t belong?”

Homework: “Goodbye Game” How will you use Math this summer

 

Last Day! Please share an audio or video log of how you plan to use Math in your future

SCIENCE (David)


Topic: Gravity
Forces in an Elevator
Students will learn about gravity as they view as video
on the forces on an elevator.
Topic: Amphibians
Title:Students will read an article amphibians and
view a video on amazing amphibians
Topic American's National Treasures
Students will read and discuss American's national
treasures.
Topic Sharks..
Students will view a video on sharks.
Then read an article.
Discuss the characteristics of sharks.

Room 306 - Ms. Brockland (Dual Language)

LITERACY/HUMANITIES (Brockland)

Monday 6/15 -Thursday 6/18

Students will be able to justify their thinking in Writing.
Students will create a playlist of five songs that represent this school year, and explain why they put each song on the playlist.
-Group brainstorm activity to capture important memories and times of the year
-Independent or partner work time (20 minutes)
-Share your playlist with the group at the end of class
Students will be able to show what they know about poetic devices and figurative language.
Poetry terms Kahoot! gameStudents will be able to write a letter that gives advice to their future selves.
-If we have virtual class next year, what would you tell yourself?
-If we have in-person class next year, what would you tell yourself?
-Be specific when giving advice, and acknowledge what you know about the type of student and person you are.Games!

Math (Nunez)


Review on Kahoots with Ms. Nunez

Review of online learning with Ms. Nunez

End of year activities

Science (Nunez)

Review on Kahoots with Ms. Nunez

Review of online learning with Ms. Nunez

End of year activities

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