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Teacher: Cindy Nick
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFocus: Contemporary World Culture- In sixth grade Social Studies, students study people, places, and societies of the contemporary world. A variety of primary and secondary resources support the learning of required content and skills. Regions studied include: North America, Latin America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Antarctica.
First Six Weeks:
- Unit 1- Introduction to Geography (5 Themes of Geography, Maps, Charts and Graphs Skills, Foundations of Culture, Government and Economics.
- Unit 2- Celebrate Freedom Week
- Unit 3- North America
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First Six Weeks: During the first six weeks the math classes will be reviewing and practicing long division and multiplication. The long division will deal with putting any remainders in mixed numbers and also decimal forms. We will distinguish between prime and composite numbers. This will involve factoring composite number down to prime numbers using exponents when appropriate. We will work on estimating and ordering decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers. We will also work on finding greatest common factors and least common multiples.
First Six Weeks: Understanding PLOT, CONFLICT and SETTING
in Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Drama, and Media
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First Six Weeks: Science will start out the year with properties of matter! We will be talking about physical properties of matter, as well as properties of minerals. We will then move on to chemical properties and changes in matter. Students will be able to identify changes in matter as chemical or physical by the end of this unit, as well as characteristics of each kind of change, through interactive labs and activities!
First Six Weeks: Language Arts will focus on descriptive writing this six weeks. We will study the 8 parts of speech and students will be able to identify and use them in their own sentences. We will begin a designated spelling study week 3. Also, students will begin learning the writing process and the 6 traits of writing, with the focus on brainstorming and creative ideas. Encourage your student to write and journal often at home! The more creative their writing and vocabulary the better!
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