Friday, January 11, 2019

LANGUAGE ARTS January 14 - 18

MONDAY
Grammar Review Set 21:odd numbers
Online Grammar book http://www.grammarclass.com/ pass code lynx89
RS 21 :odd DUE: Tues. Jan. 15
QUIZ (10 Transitions and Cite Sources) Wed. Jan. 16
Keyboard practice 10 min per day.*

TUESDAY
"Animal Story" Students will be given a guide sheet for writing a story.
Requirements= 30+ descriptive sentences, use dialogue, include 3+ figurative language.
Rough Draft DUE: Thurs. Jan. 17
QUIZ (10 Transitions and Cite Sources) Tomorrow
Keyboard practice 10 min per day.*

WEDNESDAY 
QUIZ (10 Transitions and Cite Sources) TODAY
"Animal Story"
Requirements= 30+ descriptive sentences, use dialogue, plus include 3+ figurative language.
Rough Draft DUE: Tomorrow
Keyboard practice 10 min per day.*

THURSDAY
Students will type their "Animal Story" in Google Classroom.
Typed story DUE: Fri. Jan. 18
Keyboard practice 10 min per day.*

FRIDAY
Students will type their "Animal Story" in Google Classroom.
Typed story DUE: Fri. Jan. 18
Keyboard practice 10 min per day.*

*Students should practice typing 10 min. per day.

Students have access to their AOT email and Google Classroom on all internet devices. In the search bar type gmail login (for AOT email access) then search google classroom (for Google 'Language Arts' Classroom ).

SOCIAL STUDIES January 14 - 18

MONDAY
Ancient Rome Unit continues this week
Read pages 284 - 289
Do "Performance" Write a letter page 289 DUE: Tues. Jan. 15
Rome Report ** DUE: Thurs. Jan. 31

TUESDAY
Historical Maps of the Roman Empire
Read pages 290 - 291
Students will complete a worksheet in class today.
Rome Report ** DUE: Thurs. Jan. 31

WEDNESDAY
Rome Vocabulary - dominoes activity
Rome Report ** DUE: Thurs. Jan. 31

THURSDAY
Students will create a folded spiral for Rome Report
Magnificent Wonders of Ancient Rome DVD
Students take notes for Rome Report
Rome Report ** DUE: Thurs. Jan. 31

FRIDAY
Cleopatra and her role in the Roman Empire
Rome Report ** DUE: Thurs. Jan. 31


** 6th grade social studies
ANCIENT ROME REPORT
Students will write a report on four topics relating to Ancient Rome. Possible topics: military, architecture, famous leaders, religion, achievements, legacy, etc.  Each topic should be at least 7 sentences.  One illustration of Ancient Rome is, also, required.

This report will be completed on the ‘folded spiral’ form that students will create in class.  Some class time will be given to work on this report. It is suggested that students type their topic information and glue it on the ‘folded spiral’ form.