Ms. Noyes

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*SCIENCE - “EARTH’S CHANGING SURFACE”     *ALL assigned homework (HW) is due the next day!

MONDAY 11/20- Review/define vocab page 39, Weathering.  Begin reading, discussing Mechanical Weathering page 39-41

TUESDAY 11/21 – Review mechanical weathering and create sketch to match example.

WEDNESDAY  11/22 -

THURSDAY  11/23 -

FRIDAY 11/24 -

*MATH

MONDAY 11/20  – Introduce “Solving Equations by Multiplying”, page 282. Practice page 284 #5-10

TUESDAY 11/21 – Field Trip

WEDNESDAY 11/22

THURSDAY 11/23 -

FRIDAY 11/24 -

*READING, ENGLISH and WRITING

MONDAY 11/20 – Begin new Chapter Books, focus on setting and characters

TUESDAY 11/21 -

WEDNESDAY 11/22 -

THURSDAY 11/23 -

FRIDAY 11/24 -

ALL HOMEWORK is due the next day.

Grade Weights –  Homework=20%, Classwork=20%, Quizzes=25%, Tests and Projects=35%

2017 – 2018

SCIENCE- The 6th grade focus is EARTH SCIENCE.  Attention is given to: inside Earth, Earth’s changing surface, Earth’s waters, weather and climate, and astronomy. Focus is “Earth’s events abruptly/over time and how they bring change to Earth’s surface.’

COMMON CORE *Cite evidence to support analysis, Describe how a story unfolds in a series, Interpret and compute quotients with fractions and word problems involving fractions

 

Expectations  of students: Students are expected to do their very best and try their hardest. We all have those off days, and it’s okay… tomorrow is another day…

Homework policy: Anything that was not finished in class is homework. It is due back the next day, if not here it will be late and 10 points off for the first day, 20 points the second day and 30pts off the third day. After the fourth day I will not except the work and it will be a zero.

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards

This year in sixth grade students will understand and be able to do the following:

In the area of reading, students will determine the key ideas and details, including the ability to determine what the text says explicitly and to make inferences.  They will be able to summarize and analyze the development of the themes of the text as well as how and why individuals, events and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.  They will understand the craft and structure, how to interpret words and phrases, use of figurative language, and analyze how specific sentences, paragraphs and larger portions of text relate to each other.  The students will also be able to assess how point of view shapes the content or style of a text.  Students will be able to integrate their knowledge and ideas in diverse formats and media, evaluate the argument and specific claims, including the validity of the reasoning.  Students will analyze how two or more texts address similar themes in order to compare the approaches two authors take.  As the year goes on they will read and understand more and more complex texts and be able to work through them independently.

In the area of writing, students will write arguments to support claims using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. They will write informative texts to examine and convey complex ideas and information clearly through effective organization and write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences using effective technique, details and sequencing.  Students will produce and distribute their writing that is written with appropriate purpose and audience.  They will fully develop their writing through the writing process of planning, revising, editing, rewriting or attempting a new approach.  Using technology, students will produce and publish writing to interact and collaborate with others.  Students will conduct short and more sustained research to demonstrate an understanding of the subject.  They will gather information from multiple sources, assess the credibility and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.  Students will write routinely over extended time frames and for shorter time frames to a range of tasks, purposes and audiences.