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Mrs. Perkins 6th Grade Reading and English Weekly Agendas

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ANY COPIES OF MATERIALS HANDED OUT IN CLASS CAN BE FOUND IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM!

 

Each child MUST bring their chromebook daily to school and have it fully charged or points will be deducted from their grade. 

 

***All Documents; Kahoot Links/videos are in Google Classroom!***

 

March 1-5

Monday:  DOL 19;  Literary Elements/Figurative Language skills all week.  Quizlets, Kahoots, and Practice Pages are all in google classroom.

    Tuesday:  DOL 19;  Literary Elements/Figurative Language skills all week.  Quizlets, Kahoots, and Practice Pages are all in google classroom.         

Wednesday:  Check DOL 19  Literary Elements/Figurative Language skills all week.  Quizlets, Kahoots, and Practice Pages are all in google classroom.      

Thursday:   DOL 19 Test;  Literary Elements/Figurative Language skills all week.  Quizlets, Kahoots, and Practice Pages are all in google classroom.                                    

Friday:   Literary Elements/Figurative Language skills all week.  Quizlets, Kahoots, and Practice Pages are all in google classroom.

 
 
 
 
  Bring your composition speckled notebook (journal) every day and your chromebook (charged and ready to go). 

 

Each child MUST bring their chromebook daily to school and have it fully charged or 5 point points will be deducted from their 100 point grade in ELA, each time it is forgotten or not charged. 

 

March 1 – 5

 

Monday:  Read Chp 6-8 discuss and annotate.  Write a summary of each chapter in your journals; Introduce Section 4 Vocabulary; Cold Read Task in Google Classroom to be completed. 

Tuesday:  Read Chp 8-9 discuss and annotate in journals.  Write a summary of each chapter in your journals.  Study Vocabulary Section 4.  Determine what the story is according to Mike and the Riverside Team of Stonehenge.  What are the theories of why the people left Stonehenge? 

Wednesday:  Read Epilogue pgs. 56-57 discuss and annotate in journals.  What is the central idea of the book?  What is Marc Aronson’s purpose for writing the text? 

Thursday:  Finish Reading any parts not completed on Wednesday and discuss.  Review

Friday:  Comprehension Test Chp 6- Epilogue 

Section 4 Vocabulary Test 

March 1-5 More Detailed Agenda for Reading

Monday:  Lesson 17:  Adding to the list of theories about Stonehenge - Citing Text Evidence and Determining Word Meanings

Introduce Section 4 Vocab. 

Read Chp 6 pgs. 30-35 Annotating in Field Journals.

SRP p. 18-20-Summary

Discuss Text Dependent Qu. SRP p. 23

Record Richard Atkinson’s Theory about Stonehenge 

Tuesday:  Lesson 20: Compare/Contrast Images 

Compare the images on pages 36 &38 

Read Chp 7 pgs. 36-41 Annotating in Journals

Analyze images and annotate how they deepen understanding of chapter

Add to tracking theories handout SRP p. 21

SRP p. 18-20-Summary

Wednesday:   Lesson 21: Drawing Conclusions

Read Ch. 8  Annotate with text dependent questions in journals.

SRP p. 18-20-Summary

Ch. 7-8 discuss text dependent questions for review. SRP p. 22

Cite evidence that supports your analysis and make inferences.

Thursday:  Lesson 22: Unproven Theories

Read Chp 9 Annotate and discuss theories of why Stonehenge was abandoned in Journals

Add Summary SRP p. 18-20

Discuss why this project was built in southern England.

Annotate - Determine What is the story of Stonehenge according to Mike and the Riverside team?  

What theories are mentioned about why Stongehenge was abandoned? 

What is still unknown about Stonehenge?

Friday:   Lesson 23: Epilogue - Author’s Purpose 

Read Epilogue pgs. 56-57

Annotate reasons for author’s purpose and how it is conveyed.

What is the central idea of the text?

What is Marc Aronson’s purpose for writing the text?

Summarize in journals. SRP p. 18-20

  • TEST- Section 4 Vocab. 

  • Comprehension Test Ch. 6-Epilogue




 

 

All definitions are located in Google Classroom

VOCABULARY for the Unit 

Section 1 

Section 2 Feb. 8-19

Section 3 Feb 22-26

Section 4 March 1-5

  1. Archaeology

  2. Archaeologist

  3. Devouring 

  4. Excavate

  5. Artifacts

  6. Preserve

  7. Conserve

  8. Rigorous

  9. technology

  1. Reveals

  2. Lintels

  3. Mortise

  4. Tenon

  5. Relic

  6. Civilization

  7. Heritage

  8. Trilithon

  9. sarsen

  1. Theories

  2. Settlement

  3. Ancestors 

  4. Usher

  5. Ritual

  6. Contradiction

  7. Linked

  8. Investigation

  9. Artifacts

  1. Fantasies

  2. Precise

  3. Seculative

  4. Decay

  5. Paydirt

  6. Summer solstice

  7. Memorial

  8. Excavations

  9. collective

 
 

 

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