MAY 28 – JUNE 1, 2018 / SOCIAL STUDIES

THIS IS OUR LAST WEEK TOGETHER!!!!

We will finish our presentations by Tuesday.

We will discuss in class the checkout list.

 

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Life Science- May 28-June 1

Topic: DNA

6A:

Classwork:
Kahoot
Biotechnology Reading
DNA – Who’s the Dolphin Daddy?

Homework:
Section 4 Assessment Due Mon, May 28th

DNA Review- Due Tues, May 29th

Extra Credit: DNA Structure & Function Essay- Due Wed, May 30th

Test: DNA Test-Wed, May 30th

 

6B:

Classwork:
Kahoot
DNA – Who’s the Dolphin Daddy?
Biotechnology Reading

Homework: DNA Review- Due Monday, May 28th

Extra Credit:  DNA Structure & Function Essay- Due Tuesday, May 29th

Test: DNA Test- Tues, May 29th

Art May 21-25

Aboriginal MasksIMG-2158

Dot paintings are now internationally recognized as unique and integral to Australian Aboriginal Art. The simple dot style as well as cross hatching maybe beautifully aesthetic to the eye but has a far more hidden meaning and deeper purpose; to disguise the sacred meanings behind the stories in the paintings.

Students are making their own designs to decorate Aboriginal Style Masks.For more information click on the following link.

https://www.aboriginal-art-australia.com/aboriginal-art-library/aboriginal-dot-art-behind-the-dots/

 

Español (21 al 25 de mayo)

Día Tema Tarea Fecha de entrega
Lunes, martes y miércoles  Elaboración de juegos didácticos para lectura

 

Realizar los ejercicios ortográficos de las págs. 80-81. Miércoles 23 de mayo.
Jueves Biblioteca    
Viernes Ortografía ————–  

6A/B English Language Arts May 21-May 25, 2018

  • Paraphrasing / Introduction: Issue, Background Info, Argument
  • Paraphrasing/Introduction: Issue, Background Info, Argument
  • Paraphrasing/Introduction: Issue, Background Info, Argument /Body: Counter-argument
  • Persuasive Essay Writing: Body: Counter-argument, Rebuttal and Conclusion
  • Persuasive Essay Writing: Body: Counter-argument, Rebuttal and Conclusion

May 21 – 26, Social Studies

HELLO! WE HAVE A NEW PROJECT FOR THE WEEK.

WONDERS OF THE WORLD PROJECT

This will be an exciting, creative, and “wonder”ful experience.
You will discover, research and make a presentation on one of the great wonders of the world!!! Here is what you need to know.

Requirements:

Research your wonder and find out the 5W’s and H of it all. This means:
1. Who found or discovered or created it?
2. What was its purpose or meaning or significance?
3. Where is/was it found?
4. When was it first found/created?
5. Why is it important/a wonder?
6. How was it discovered/created?

After the research, you will create a presentation via google slides. Your presentation should have:
1. Name of the wonder
2. Your name
3. Images (make sure you give appropriate credit)
4. There should be little to no text in your presentation as you will present to your group.
5. Do not forget to follow the rubric.

DUE DATE: Monday, May 28

RUBRIC:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1snD6U976xDuyPOW7FLEN_Y7UsUrqyxvP