Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!
This week we are going to be continuing our daily math spiral review and mini assessments to check for understanding. Also, we will begin ELA Spiral Review as we are only a couple of weeks away from the ELA CAASPP!
In addition, we are starting our final Eureka Math Module. Students will be exploring different types of graphs and computing the mean, median, mode and range or data sets.
Open House is this Thursday. It is a minimum day, so please make sure to set up dismissal arrangements for your Champions. I am looking forward to seeing you all there. Your Champion(s) have been working so hard on their assignments and I know they would love to show you everything they have been working on this year!
Please see the attached newsletter for more information about activities, assessments, and events occurring this week.
Thank you for all that you do to help and support your Champion(s).
We are currently studying out unit on Ancient Greece. Champions are been taking notes daily and reading through our Studies Weekly Newspapers. This unit covers weeks 19-22. It is encouraged that Champions are studying each night. The unit test will take place on Wednesday, March 21.
We are currently on Social Studies for content study. Students will be working on mind maps for the next two weeks.
Earth Science Week 10 – March 1-8
Life Science Week 1 – March 15-22
We will resume science content study when we return from spring break.
Please see the message below from Ms. Tran.
This week we started Module 5. This module covers various concepts of Geometry. These include area, perimeter, and volume. Champions will be learning various formulas for completing these concepts. Champions should be reviewing and practicing these formulas nightly.
IXL is an excellent program for students to use that will continue to support concepts learned in class at home. I encourage students spend a little time each night furthering their understanding of important concepts.
Below is the link to the Literature Day Project. As discussed in class the appetizer and the dessert are ongoing assignments in class. For your Literature Day Project you need to select one of the activities for the main dish to complete and have turned in on Monday, October 30, 2017. Remember to use the rubric to help understand the expectations for each assignment as this part of the novel unit project it worth 50% of the overall grade.
Wonder – Begins March, 5, 2018
Champions will be responsible for the following long term assignments that will be due at the end of the Novel:
- Vocabulary – List is updated weekly on the whiteboard in class (Storyboardthat)
- Character Analysis (Storyboardthat)
- Chapter Questions (Google Classroom)
Champions will be responsible for the following short term assignment that will be assigned on Monday and due on Friday each week:
- Precept Personal Reflections (Google Classroom) – These are assigned on Monday and will be due Friday by 8:30 am when students arrive to class.
- Personal Reflection Due Friday, March 16
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6th Grade trip to Catalina – November 2017
6th Grade Walkthrough
University of Arizona
Welcome to our class website!
I am looking forward to a great year of learning in 6th grade. This is my third year here at OPA and I’m thrilled to work with your Champions. I received my Bachelors Degree in Mathematics and my Masters Degree in Elementary Education from Quinnipiac University; a small, but wonderful school in Connecticut. This will be an exciting year in 6th grade and I look forward to getting to know you and your Champions!