Social Studies 6th Grade

This week we will start our unit on migration.  After having done the regions of Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia we have decided to move on with an issue that has gotten a lot of attention on the news and one that affects Honduras day to day.

-Monday:  Slideshow presentation on Migration

-Tuesday:  Class discussion on Migration and choosing a country to write about and analyze the specific reasons for that country’s emmigration.

-Wednesday:  Video on migration in Western Europe.  Students will have to fill out a worksheet with questions about the video to be shown.

-Thursday: – Migration

-Friday:  Answer and Crumble game.  It is a review of our vocabulary from the previous day.



Week of Oct.29-2 Nov., 2018

Mon. Oct.29, 2018 L.4.4 Dividing Mixed Numbers

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HW: P.4.4



Oct.30, 2018

L.4.5 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like and Unlike denominators

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HW: OB-pg.205 #s 7-16, pg.208 #s 7-16


Oct.31, 2018

L.4.5.1 Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

HW: pg.219 #s 6-15, pg.222 #s 7-21 odd

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Thurs. Nov.1, 2018 L.4.5.2 Equations with fractions

HW: P.4.5

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Nov.2, 2018

Review adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators and equations


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: IXL SKILL J.1 and J.3 IN CLASS



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Life Science- Oct 29- Nov 2

Topic: Human Body Systems

Body System Puzzle
Math Connection
Respiratory System Coloring

pg. 473 (1-2)- Due Mon, Oct 29th
pg. 572 (1)- Due Thurs, Nov 1st
pg. 572 (2 a-c ; 3 a and b)- Due Mon, Nov 5th

Respiratory Rate Lab Report- Due Tues, Nov 6th

Art Oct. 22-26

Prehistoric Art


Objective:  Discuss artworks

Students will present their artwork using their evaluations as guides for their presentations. Students will participate in art critiques making constructive comments and observations about their classmates’ artwork.