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Mrs. Perkins 6th Grade Reading and English Weekly Agendas

Welcome to Mrs. Perkins’ 6th Grade ELA (Reading) Page 

 Contact me at aperkins@opsb.net with any questions or concerns. 

 

Perkins Cookie Exchange  & Hot Chocolate Day! 

Thursday December 8th!!  Bring 12 cookies (store bought or homemade)

See the flyer in Google Classroom. 

 

****WRMS Food Drive!!!   Donate here to help hungry kids for the holidays and beyond! ****

https://foodbanknela.salsalabs.org/christmascheer2022/t/westridgemiddle/index.html

 

WEEKLY GRADES on WEDNESDAYS: DOL & Vocabulary Workshop

DOL =50 points Correctness & VW = 20 points Completion

There are no LATE submissions for DOL and/or Vocabulary Workshop. Credit is given if submitted by deadline, if not it is a ZERO. 

 

        

 

 

Week 4                         NOV 28-Dec. 1, 2022

11/28 Lesson 13: Read Ch. 9-10

Narrative Writing

SRP p.24  Annotations: POV of passage vs. Hatchet-- SAME  *Different

       INTRODUCE VOC. SECTION 4  

SRP p. 6 # 2-3 

SRP p. 6 #4 POV Paragraph

11/29 Lesson 14: What survival skills is Brian utilizing?

Read Ch. 9-10

Annotate for: What survival skills is Brian utilizing? -Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards.

VOCABULARY SECTION 4 - HW

SRP p. 6 Ch. 9-10 #1

11/30 Lesson 15: Theme in Hatchet

Determine themes being conveyed from annotations of Ch. 9-10

SRP p. 25

Sect. 4 Vocabulary -HW 

Read Ch. 11-12- partner/group read

Annotate for: What part of the text supports the idea that Brian is becoming more confident in his ability to survive? -Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

SRP p. 7 Ch. 11-12

 

12/1 Lesson 16-17: What is Brian learning about himself 

                              and survival? THEME HATCHET

VOCABULARY TEST SEC. 4

Read Ch. 13 

Annotate for: What part of the text supports the idea that Brian is learning about himself and about survival?-Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

Read Ch. 14 

Annotate for: Brian recalls mistakes he has made.  What are these mistakes and what has he learned from them?-Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

 

12/2 Lesson 17: Theme in Hatchet CONTINUED

TEST CHP. 9-14 COMPREHENSION 

Introduce Section 5 Vocabulary Workshop  Due 12/6!!! 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 5                 December 5-9, 2021

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12/5 Lesson 18: How has Brian changed?

INTRODUCE SECTION 5 VOCABULARY 

Read Ch. 15 

Annotate for: What is “first meat” and what does Brian learn from this experience?-Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

SRP P. 7 Ch. 15 Qu- Create T-Chart for quotes/explanations

Sect. 5 Vocabulary Study-HW

12/6 Lesson 19: Memory Moments

Vocabulary Workshop Section 5 DUE!!! 

SRP p. 27 Ch. 15- Memory Moments

SRP p. 7 Ch. 15 Qu. 2 Memory Moments developing Themes

Read Ch. 16 -17

Annotate for: What setbacks does Brian Experience in Ch. 16? (orange) How does he respond to these setbacks?(yellow) -Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

 

12/7 Lesson 20: How does Brian continue to show he 

                               has learned lessons about survival?

Finish R&A Ch. 16 if needed.

Vocabulary Section 5 Test!! 

Read Ch. 17 -18 (or possibly 17-epilogue)

Annotate for: How does Brian continue to show he has learned lessons about survival? -Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

 

 

12/8 Lesson 21: LIBRARY DAY – COOKIE EXCHANGE!! 

Analyzing hatchet references

Read Ch. 19-EPILOGUE unless we finish it Wednesday.  

Annotate for: What happens to the hatchet? (orange) How does Brian react? (yellow) -Students who do not have own novel will make chart or use sticky notes/note cards

SRP p. 29 Hatchet References- Quotes/Brian’s feelings about it. 

12/9  NO SCHOOL FOR KIDS- TEACHER INSERVICE

 

WEEK 6                                DEC. 12-16, 2021

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12/12 Lesson 23: Significance of title Hatchet

TEST-Ch. 15-Epilogue Comprehension

Begin prewriting organization for CWT.  

12/13 Lesson 24-25: Using Expert Group tips from Survival by the Numbers groups will discuss how Brian has followed that tip and how it has instructional value for readers.  Use CER to organize for SEEMS paragraph.  

SRP p. 39- Use as outline/organizer to compose SEEMs body paragraphs. Use Text evidence from both texts to support. CWT writing 

 

12/14  Lesson 26: Rough Draft

Use outline, SEEMs Writing handouts, and texts to compose essay

12/15 Lesson 27-28:Revising

Peer editing/Sentence elaboration/transitions

Check with LEAP  Rubric

12/16 Lesson 29: Final Draft

Submit for a grade 100 POINTS 

 

     Week 7 - Dec. 19-20  Hatchet Week Watch the MOVIE and eat survival related snacks.  

Merry Christmas!!!

Week 8                         January 5-6, 2023

1/4 Culminating Activities- Teacher’s Choice

1/5 Culminating Activities- Teacher’s Choice

Teacher can choose to begin the Hatchet Survival Pack these two days if she wants. 

Week 9                         January 9-13, 2023

1/11 Hatchet Survival Pack- Google Slides

Introduce survival pack activity- students may use today in class to work on this.  

1/12  Hatchet Book Jacket-

Group activity- Students will complete the book jacket reviewing various literary elements 

1/13 Hatchet Book Jacket-

Group activity- Students will complete the book jacket reviewing various literary elements 

1/14 Hatchet Book Jacket-

Group activity- Students will complete the book jacket reviewing various literary elements DUE FOR GRADE

1/15 Survival Pack Presentations/Peer Evaluations

 

 

Welcome to Mrs. Perkins’ 6th Grade ELA (English) Page

 Contact me at aperkins@opsb.net with any questions or concerns. 

 

 

Perkins Cookie Exchange  & Hot Chocolate Day! 

Thursday December 8th!!  Bring 12 cookies (store bought or homemade)

See the flyer in Google Classroom. 

Week of 12-5/12-9-22

Monday:  Bellringers: Sentence Creation with text related starters.  Weekly skills:  figurative language, grammar practice through texts & writing, DOL 14 in class for grade. 

Tuesday:  Bellringers: Sentence Creation with text related starters.  Weekly skills:  figurative language, grammar practice through texts & writing, DOL 14 in class grade given. 

Wednesday: Writing SEEMS responses to prompts from reading.  

Thursday:  Library Cookie Exchange.  

Friday:  Teacher Inservice!

 

 

 

ASHLEY PERKINS

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