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Mrs. Perkins 6th Grade Reading and English Weekly Agendas

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

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

WE BEGIN HATCHET ON November 1st!

Get your book!! 

 

BONUS OPPORTUNITY:  Bring 1 Jumbo Clorox Wipes  +5 Points  OR   Bring 2 Jumbo Clorox Wipes + 10 points 

Hatchet Calendar

2021-2022

Color Code with pencils/pens in annotations for Brian’s words/actions/thoughts

 

Week 4                         NOV 29-Dec 3, 2021

  • 11/29 Lesson 13: 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

  • 11/30 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

  • 12/1 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

 
  • 12/2  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

 
  • 12/3 Lesson 17: Theme in Hatchet CONTINUED

  • TEST CHP. 9-14 COMPREHENSION 

 

WEEK 5                                       December  6-10, 2021

  • 12/6 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

  • 12/7 Lesson 19: Memory Moments

    • SRP p. 27 Ch. 15- Memory Moments

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

    • Read Ch. 16 

      • 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

    • Sect. 5 Vocabulary -HW

  • 12/8 Lesson 20: How does Brian continue to show he 

                               has learned lessons about survival?

  • Finish R&A Ch. 16 if needed.

  • Review Section 5 voc. 

  • Read Ch. 17 -18

    • 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

  • Sect. 5 Vocabulary -HW

 
  • 12/9 Lesson 21: Analyzing hatchet references

    • SECTION 5 VOCABULARY TEST 

    • Read Ch. 19-EPILOGUE

      • 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. 

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  • 12/10  NO SCHOOL FOR KIDS- TEACHER INSERVICE

 

WEEK 6                                 December. 13-17, 2021

 
  • 12/13 Lesson 23: Significance of title Hatchet

    • TEST-Ch. 15-Epilogue Comprehension


 
  • 12/14 Lesson 24-25: Planning to Write-Brainstorming

    • Review for final

    • SRP p. 38- Brainstorm event to use in task-

    • Read SRP p. 32-33 :Survival By the Numbers” and annotate for the actions from event chosen

    • SRP p. 37 Compare Brian’s actions to “Survival by the Numbers”

    • Write a claim/thesis

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

    • HOMEWORK-ESSAY MUST BE WORKED ON NIGHTLY

  • 12/15  Lesson 26: Rough Draft

    • TEST-Hatchet Final

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

    • HOMEWORK-ESSAY MUST BE WORKED ON NIGHTLY

  • 12/16 Lesson 27-28:Revising

    • Peer editing/Sentence elaboration/transitions

    • Check with LEAP  Rubric

    • HOMEWORK-ESSAY MUST BE WORKED ON NIGHTLY

  • 12/17 Lesson 29: Final Draft

    • Submit for a grade 100 POINTS 

    • HOMEWORK-ESSAY MUST BE WORKED ON NIGHTLY

 

     Week 7 - Dec. 20-21  Hatchet Week Watch the MOVIE and eat survival related snacks.  

Merry Christmas!!!

 

December 22- Makeups ONLY this day!!!!  Merry Christmas!!!!

See you in 2022!!



 

Week 8                         January 6-10, 2022

  • 1/4             Culminating Activities- Teacher’s Choice

  • 1/5             Culminating Activities- Teacher’s Choice

  • 1/6 Lesson Lesson 30: Cold Read Task

    • Complete Cold Read Task-copies need to be made of passages or put on Google Classroom.

  • 1/7-8 Lesson 31: Cold Read Task Essay


 

Week 9                         January 12-16, 2022

  • 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

(This page is updated weekly)

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

 

BONUS OPPORTUNITY:  Bring 1 Jumbo Clorox Wipes  +5 Points  OR   Bring 2 Jumbo Clorox Wipes + 10 points

 

DOL (Daily Oral Language) is completely each week.  Students are given TWO weeks of DOL every other week.  They complete one week at a time.  We check them in class every WEDNESDAY for a 50 point grade.  Students are then tested on that week’s DOL on Thursday along with the Grammar/Writing Skill that we are currently studying.  

ELA English/Grammar Calendar

2nd Nine Weeks 2021-2022

 

11-29-21-12-3-21

 DOL Week 11

Prepositions Review for sentence expansion/ Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives

Sentence Expansion/TWR Activities 

Test:  12-2-21

 

12-6-21/12-10-21

DOL 12

              Direct Objects/Indirect Objects 

           Sentence Expansion/TWR Activities

            Test:  12-9

 

12-13-21/12-17-21

DOL 13

Predicate Nominatives/Adjectives 

Sentence Expansion/TWR Activities 

Test:  12-17

 

12-20-12-22-21

Hatchet Task Writing

Sentence Expansion/TWR Activities

DOL 14 in class grade 12-20-21!

 

 

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December 22-January 5

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