Sixth Grade

Room 312 - Ms. Lenz  

LITERACY (Lenz)  

Monday 6/1

Writing/Grammar Lesson
Homework - Journal prompt

 

Tuesday 6/2

No Class
Homework - Read Scope article, "Bear Attacks That Changed America"

 

Wednesday 6/3

Reading - Discussion over Scope article
Homework - Comprehension Questions

Thursday 6/4

Social Studies - Informational Text Reading
Homework - Newsela article and questions

Friday 6/5

Reading - Debate over article, "Would you Implant Your Phone in Your Brain"
Homework - Journal prompt due


 

MATH (D'Alessandro)

 

Monday 6/1

Lesson: Students will brainstorm a product to sell over the summer to help society in one of the following categories:
Education,Entertainment,Health,Caring
Homework:
Describe a need people have this summer.
What is your idea for a product?
Describe your product in as much detail as you can.

 

Tuesday 6/2

Lesson: Students will learn how much a business need to mark up a product to create a profit
Homework:
Show your work on how much your product would cost to make, and how much you would mark it up and sell it for?
 

Wednesday 6/3

Lesson: Research and Marketing
Investigate how much it cost to advertise on social media,Google, television
Homework:
Who is your target audience?
Where are you going to advertise?
How much will it cost?
Why did you choose to advertise there?

Thursday 6/4

Lesson: Project Presentation Preparations
Students will have to to complete any part of their project. They will also help design a rubric for scoring it

Friday 6/5

Lesson: Project Presentation Preparations
Students will have to to complete any part of their project. They will also help design a rubric for scoring it

 

SCIENCE (David)
 

Monday 6/1

Science
Topic: =Modeling Earth systems
Students will read an article from Newsela that depicts
the Earth's spheres interacting with each to support
living organsims.
Article:Extreme Habitats Around the World.

 

Tuesday 6/2

Science
Topic: =Modeling Earth systems
Students will read an article from Newsela that depicts
the Earth's spheres interacting with each to support
living organsims.
Article: Ants Run A Secret Farm on English Oak Tree.

 

Wednesday 6/3

Health
Topic:Salt
How much salt do we need? Is Salt a mineral? Students will
view a video and learn the importance of salt? Have a brief
discussion on Salt

Thursday 6/4

Health
Topic Metabolism
What is Metabolism? Students will have a discussion on the topic.
Then view a video.

Friday 6/5

Health
Topic Body Weight
Students will learn about Body weight.
How body weight can differ between genres and age.

 

Room 311 - Mr. D'Alessandro

LITERACY (Lenz)  

Monday 6/1

Writing/Grammar Lesson
Homework - Journal prompt

 

Tuesday 6/2

No Class
Homework - Read Scope article, "Bear Attacks That Changed America"

 

Wednesday 6/3

Reading - Discussion over Scope article
Homework - Comprehension Questions

Thursday 6/4

Social Studies - Informational Text Reading
Homework - Newsela article and questions

Friday 6/5

Reading - Debate over article, "Would you Implant Your Phone in Your Brain"
Homework - Journal prompt due

MATH (D'Alessandro)

Monday 6/1

Lesson: Students will brainstorm a product to sell over the summer to help society in one of the following categories:
Education,Entertainment,Health,Caring
Homework:
Describe a need people have this summer.
What is your idea for a product?
Describe your product in as much detail as you can.

 

Tuesday 6/2

Lesson: Students will learn how much a business need to mark up a product to create a profit
Homework:
Show your work on how much your product would cost to make, and how much you would mark it up and sell it for?
 

Wednesday 6/3

Lesson: Research and Marketing
Investigate how much it cost to advertise on social media,Google, television
Homework:
Who is your target audience?
Where are you going to advertise?
How much will it cost?
Why did you choose to advertise there?

Thursday 6/4

Lesson: Project Presentation Preparations
Students will have to to complete any part of their project. They will also help design a rubric for scoring it

Friday 6/5

Lesson: Project Presentation Preparations
Students will have to to complete any part of their project. They will also help design a rubric for scoring it

 

SCIENCE (David)
 

Monday 6/1

Science
Topic: =Modeling Earth systems
Students will read an article from Newsela that depicts
the Earth's spheres interacting with each to support
living organsims.
Article:Extreme Habitats Around the World.

 

Tuesday 6/2

Science
Topic: =Modeling Earth systems
Students will read an article from Newsela that depicts
the Earth's spheres interacting with each to support
living organsims.
Article: Ants Run A Secret Farm on English Oak Tree.

 

Wednesday 6/3

Health
Topic:Salt
How much salt do we need? Is Salt a mineral? Students will
view a video and learn the importance of salt? Have a brief
discussion on Salt

Thursday 6/4

Health
Topic Metabolism
What is Metabolism? Students will have a discussion on the topic.
Then view a video.

Friday 6/5

Health
Topic Body Weight
Students will learn about Body weight.
How body weight can differ between genres and age.

Room 306 - Ms. Brockland (Dual Language)

LITERACY/HUMANITIES (Brockland)

Monday 6/1

How can we as citizens become aware of the world around us?
Students will be able to make predictions about what a text will be about informational text features.
1. Read the article assigned on Newsela called "Why the Coronavirus looks different to black America"
2. Turn in the assignment called "Anatomy of a News Story"
3. Language and Vocabulary: IXL V.3

 

Tuesday 6/2

No virtual classes: all work to be completed independently

How has this pandemic impacted the U.S. economy?

1. Poetry survey (follow link to tiny URL)
2. Brainpop- Watch the video called "Oferta y Demanda" and complete the Movie Quiz
3. Listen to NPR- follow the link posted called "Hog Farmers". Click play to listen for 5 minutes. Then, turn in the assignment with reflection questions called "Supply and Demand: Pork"

 

Wednesday 6/3

How is the Coronavirus impacting communities differently?
Students will be able to compare and contrast two informational articles.
1. Read the article assigned on Newsela called "For Native Americans, Coronavirus Looks Heartbreakingly Familiar"
2. Turn in the assignment called "What's the Same? What's Different" on google classroom
3. Language and vocabulary: IXL V.4

Thursday 6/4

How can individuals make an impact on communities?

Students will be able to cite evidence to support an answer by reading with a question in mind.

Use all of the following resources to learn about how the coronavirus spreads and how avoiding physical contact with other people can help prevent the spread of the disease:

1. Read the section called “Social Distancing” in the New York Times article Deciding How Much Distance You Should Keep.
2. Look at the diagram at the beginning of the New York Times, article "You Can Help Break the Chain of Transmission."
3. Read the Washington Post article "Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to 'flatten the curve'".

*Complete the reflection posted under the category "SEL"

Friday 6/5

Poetry Friday!
Students will be able to analyze a poem by asking questions, highlighting lines, and drawing conclusions.
1. In virtual class, read and complete the poetry reading protocol for "Good Hotdogs" by Sandra Cisneros
2. Compose your own poem about a memory of going to the story to buy something special.
^Submit both assignments on google classroom.

Math (Nunez)
 

Monday 6/1

16.4 Diagrama de Puntos En Vivo Con Ms. Nunez a las 11 am Trabajo en IXL GG4

 

Tuesday 6/2

16.4 Diagrama de Puntos En Vivo Con Ms. Nunez a las 11:00 am Trabajo en IXL GG3

 

Wednesday 6/3

16.5 ¿Cómo puedo representar datos en un histograma? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 11am Trabajo IXL GG12

Thursday 6/4

16.3 ¿Cómo puedo describir un conjunto de datos con un diagrama de caja y medidas de dispersión? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 11am Trabajo IXL GG20

Friday 6/5

Repaso de Módulo 16 En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 11am Examen en Google Classroom

Science (Nunez)

Monday 6/1

Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

 

Tuesday 6/2

Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

 

Wednesday 6/3

Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

Thursday 6/4

Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

Friday 6/5

Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

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