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6th Grade English Weekly Agenda

Week of: Feb. 11-14

 

Class Assignment

Homework /Tests

Mon.

  • Quiz on Simple/Compound Sent. 
  • Work on LEAP Practice Session 1 Writing task from “Turn, Turn My Wheel” and “A Single Shard” DUE BY TONIGHT.

Finish writing task by TONIGHT

NO CL THIS WEEK

Tues.

  • Review Types of Sent and complete  Workbook p. 70-71
  • Understanding Complex Sent. worksheet for HW Label S and V, circle conjunctions, highlight DC in each sentence. 

Understanding CX sent. worksheet for HW. (see task to left for complete instructions.)

NO CL THIS WEEK

Wed.

  • Review types of sent. Complete Writing Complex Sent. Worksheet #1-7 in class, complete Parts of the Sent. Worksheet #1-6 in class.
  • Understanding CX sent worksheet #8-18 and Parts of Sent. # 7-8 for HOMEWORK 

Understanding CX sent worksheet #8-18 and Parts of Sent. # 7-8 for HOMEWORK 

NO CL THIS WEEK

Thur.

  • DOL HOMEWORK DUE
  • Sentence Structure/Types of Sentence Test

DOL HOMEWORK DUE

Fri.

  • No School- INSERVICE 

 

DOL HOMEWORK:

DOL homework will begin to be given weekly to help supplement student writing ability.  Students must make corrections to each sentence (Capitalization, Punctuation, usage, spelling, etc.) as well as lable the type of sentence and type of clauses used in each sentence.  The amount of points that the homework will be worth depends on how many corrections need to be made.  This will be graded for accuracy.  

COMMON LIT: 

Common Lit assignments will be done weekly.  This is a valuable tool to help us better prepare for the LEAP test. 

This can be found at Commonlit.org.  You may review previous assignments and view scores after it is graded each Friday.  

Students will be given in class time each week as specified on the agenda, but they may begin working on it at home earlier in the week.  This will be for a 50 point grade each week based upon the following scale:

76-100%- 50 Points

51-75%- 45 Points

26-50%- 40 Points

0-25%- 35 Points

Please make note of the actual grade your student made by viewing their score on Commonlit.org.  This could be reflective of their effort and give an idea of how they may preform on LEAP test. 

If it is determined that a student is not trying on the assignment, I reserve the right to give them whatever percentage they make of the 50 point grade.

Ex. if they make a 10% they will recieve a 5/50 for their grade.