Below is each of the subject areas in English Language Arts. Homework is usually given Monday to Thursday. Generally Friday night homework is not given, but on occasion there might be. All homework needs to be completed neatly and in cursive the way it was modeled in class.
Any questions, please ask.
Those parents who wish to order from Scholastic Books, please copy and paste link for the 6A homeroom. Students will be receiving flyers about every month and there are books available online as well.
ELA Update for Monday, March 20 to Friday, March 24, 2017
Unit 4: The Arts
Lesson 16: "Lunch Money"
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Essential Question: In what ways can illustrations enhance a reader's experience
Comprehension Target Skill: Author's Purpose
Comprehension Target Strategy: Monitor/Clarify
Decoding: Word Parts and Inflectional Endings
Spelling: words ending in -ed or -ing
Vocabulary Strategies: Word Origins
Copy and use the link to view the Lesson 16 Focus Wall throughout the week:
Story Vocabulary, found on the Focus Wall, can be reviewed using this link. Copy and paste in browser:
Story Assessments are usually given on a weekly basis either by written test or online assessment.
Student should be writing homework in his/her planner every day, parent should be checking the planner and written homework each night to ensure it is completed neatly and in its entirety.
TERRA NOVA TESTING - NO HOMEWORK THIS WEEK!
Monday - preview Lesson words in RNB pg.
Tuesday - write Lesson words neatly and in cursive in copybook
Wednesday - write Lesson words neatly and in cursive in copybook
Thursday - complete Spelling activity handout
Reader's Notebook: comprehension, vocabulary and decoding testing is given at the end of each week unless the school week is shortened. Students should not only be completing the RNB pages but reviewing them also.
READER'S NOTEBOOK and handouts
Monday - complete pg.
Tuesday - complete pgs.
Wednesday - complete pg..
Thursday - complete
Reading: Students are reading a trade book, "Hound Dog True" by Linda Urban. The books have been distributed each have been assigned a number for each student. They are to used with good care while they are in each student's possession. Any book returned in poor condition or becomes lost, will be the students' responsibility to replace or pay for the cost of the book.
. This week, the class is responsible for reading Chapters
ReadWorks - distributed
God Bless Our Work!