MUSIC 6 (March 28 – April 1)

Let´s celebrate the International JAZZ DAY! (April 30, 2016)

The Discovery Jazz Wolves will be performing at the Spanish Language Celebration closing ceremony. We will upload the video of that performance to the UNESCO platform to contribute to the celebration.

During this week, Students will be working in their own popular songs , using an electronic devise , headphones and the corresponding paper with the song chords.

 

 

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MATH COURSE 1

Week of March 28-1 April, 2016

THE FOLLOWING PLAN IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

 ACCORDING TO STUDENTS’ PACING

HOMEWORK ASSIGNED THE DAY DISPLAYED,

THE DUE DATE THEREFORE, IS THE NEXT DAY

 IT HAS BEEN ASSIGNED.

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY
Mon. Mar.28, 2016 NO SCHOOL
Tues.

Mar.29, 2016

Introduce Chapter 8 Geometry and Measurement

8-1 a HANDS ON ACTIVITY LAB

Wedn.

Mar.30, 2016

L. 8.1 Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles

HW:P. 8.1

Online Tutor

http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=aqe&wcsuffix=0903&area=view

 

Thurs. Mar.31, 2016 L.8.2 Areas of Polygons                                                               HW:P. 8.2                                                                              Online Tutor http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=aqe&wcsuffix=0904&area=view
Fri.

Apr.1 2016

IXL SKILLS

BB.23 AND BB.24

BYOD

IXL is also a part of the students’ weekly homework assignments. Each student must complete the assigned IXL activities during the week. This will be checked every Sunday evening. This week the students must complete: BB.23 and BB.24.

 

MAP TOOLKIT: Do you want to improve your MAP scores?

Here is the math website: http://www.sowashco.k12.mn.us/ro/pages/studentlinks/map/

www.prepdog.org/

 

SSL – Spanish as a Second Language

¡Buenos Días !

On this week we will learn furthermore about prepositions 
and use them within the steps of the
 writing process.

R E A D I N G
Students must read every day. 

You are welcome to visit the library and choose an appropriate book for your child . . . 

Students can practice their reading on a daily basis by choosing a story in the following site: HW: http://muchoscuentos.jimdo.com/

Homework will depend on daily exercises or activities done in class.

The student will complete at home unfinished classroom exercises or activities.
*Recommended sites for this week:

ESL/SSL students are evaluated on a weekly basis as follows: 

MONDAY:         ORAL PROFICIENCY EVALUATION                                                                                        Conversation …your overall  ability to communicate in SPANISH.                                        

WEDNESDAY:   GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY EVALUATION
Writing …your ability to communicate your ideas in well structured sentences. 

FRIDAY:          WEEKLY EVALUATION                                                                                                                          Lessons & Vocabulary  …vocabulary knowledge and lesson’s comprehension.

 Ms. Pía Girbal                                                                                                                                                                  ESL/SSL                                                 

Español (28-1 de abril)

Día Tema Tarea Fecha de entrega
Martes y miércoles La Internet, el periódico, la radio y la televisión Realizar los ejercicios de ortografía  (54-55). Miércoles 30 de marzo.
Jueves  Biblioteca Terminar el círculo literario de los capítulos leídos. Viernes 1 de abril.
Viernes Ortografía ——————–

Language Arts March 29- April 1

Students will continue to read The Hatchet and develop their own test questions. In doing so, students will begin to create a graphic novel project about a similar experience from the character of their book they are reading (The Hatchet), and how they would react if they were left alone in the middle of wilderness. Homework this week will be to brainstorm for the graphic novel, and no tests/quizzes.

Physical Education March 29,April 1,2016

 

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P.E Class this week March 29-April 1 , 2016

I Would like to remind parents to send your children dressed in an appropriate way for the days that they have P.E.class:

– No dresses for the girl

– No jeans

– No crocks

– No Sandals

– No boots

-No Converse(All Stars)

Children who are not wearnig the appropriate clothing will not be allowed to participate in P.E class.

Goals:  We will use the word R. E. S. P. E. C. T. to set the main goals for the year.

R – Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!

E – Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.

S – Safety – The number one priority each and every day!

P – Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.

E – Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!

C – Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.

T – Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!

Rules:

Have fun!

No candy/food/gum!

Positive attitudes!

Don’t leave supervised areas!

R.E.S.P.E.C.T

Sixth Grade

During this week,we will have a review of all the sports that are concerned with the synthetic soccer field.

This way the students will have a better understanding in sports such as: handball, hockey, and dodgeball.

Historia de Latinoamérica I (29 de marzo -1 de abril de 2016)

Bienvenidos de regreso a clase.

Los alumnos estudiarán los últimos temas para poder concluir con el curriculum, Nos enfocaremos en  Los hechos actuales en Latino América. Haremos algunas investigaciones para conocer más sobre el tema y como eso afecta o ayuda a nuestro país.

Los trabajos de esta semana se realizarán durante el desarrollo de la clase. La próxima semana se asignarán proyectos y tareas para hacer en casa.descarga

Art: Mar 29 to April 1

Dream Catcher

Students will create a Native American dream catcher. Students will use materials similar to those used by traditional Native Americans to produce dream catchers and learn about the Native American beliefs and thoughts about the use and importance of dream catchers in Native American cultures.

Students will need a small hoop, yarn, and feathers.

Dream catchers are a Native American tradition and have been around for generations. Traditional dream catchers are intended to protect people who are sleeping from negative, bad dreams while still letting the positive, good dreams come through. The good dreams go through the hole in the center of the dream catcher and then glide down the feathers to the person sleeping below. It is said that the bad dreams get caught up in the web during the night and once the sun rises and shines on the dream catcher, they get destroyed. Traditional dream catchers are made using a hoop of willow and decorating it with bits and pieces of everyday life (feathers, arrow heads, beads, shells, etc).