Today’s homework is posted at the individual teacher’s pages. Please use these links to access them. English and Literature (Mrs. Doenges): English and Literature Homework Social Studies and Religion (Mrs. Fox): Social Studies and Religion Homework Math and Science (Ms. Panus): Math and Science Homework For specific questions about assignments, we do ask for you to contact the … Continue reading 6th Grade Homework
Our Sixth Grade Expectations, as written by the 6th-grade class 2019-2020 Have SELF-CONTROL over your actions, words, and feelings, so everything can learn, even when in the hallway. Be RESPONSIBLE for your and borrowed items and your words and actions. Give it your all at all times and help others to have SUCCESS. Be RESPECTFUL … Continue reading Our 6th Grade Expectations
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https://www.loyolapress.com/faith-formation/christ-our-life/christ-our-life-2016/parents-and-students/grades-1-8/grades/grade-6 This link provides an overall summary of each chapter and reviews for each chapter.
https://my.mheducation.com/login Login username and password can be found in the student’s assignment notebook
ENGLISH: Writer’s workshop is a big focus and allowing students to learn how to express their ideas in a variety of genres. We will be weaving various grammar skills within those lessons. The 3 major Units of Study will be Personal Narrative, Argument Writing, and Informational Text. We will also supplement with independent writing choices … Continue reading 6th grade Language Arts
How to log into your google classroom Go to gmail.com Enter your user name (last name and first initial @stgab.org) and password Go to the top right corner where you will see the icon with nine tiny dots Click on the icon and find the one labeled Google Classroom Enter the google classroom that you … Continue reading How to log into your google classroom
How to log into the online Social Studies book: 1. Go to connected.mcgraw-hill.com 2. Enter your username and password 3. Click on the picture of our textbook 4. Choose your Chapter and lesson from the drop-down menu
Welcome back to my homeroom. This year we’ll have lots of new topics to explore, so watch these blog pages for weekly homework and assignment updates.
English and Literature: Grading: Assessments (tests, quizzes, projects, or final writing assignments): 40% of total grade Homework (google forms, worksheets, bringing in items for class): 40% of total grade Classwork/Participation (participating, discussions, on task): 20% of total grade Extra Credit: Sometimes I offer extra credit on a specific assignment and they can use … Continue reading Assignment Grading