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Language Arts Common Core

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Transcript of Language Arts Common Core

Welcome to
Sixth Grade Northeastern Randolph Middle School.

Just a few things you can expect in sixth grade.
What do students really need to know in this competitive, 21st century, global economy?
In June 2010, the N.C. State Board of Education took a major step in setting clear, consistent academic expectations for our students by adopting the Common Core State Standards.

By sixth grade,over 50 percent of reading time and activities should focus on informational text. The rest should be reading fiction.
Some examples of other suggested Common Core exemplar texts for 6th grade reading.
Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts
&
Literacy in History/ Social Studies
Example of a
6th Grade Schedule

Students may arrive at 7:30
7:42 - First Bell
7:50 - Tardy Bell
7:50-8:45 - 1st Core Class
8:45-9:41 - 2nd core Class
9:42- Bathroom Break
9:44-10:39 3rd Core Class
10:42-12:17 - 4th Core Class
10:36-11:07 - Lunch and Bathroom
12:20-1:00 - Pack Time
1:03- 1:57 - 1st Elective Class
2:00-2:55 - 2nd Elective Class



Students in sixth grade will continue to expand the knowledge, skills, and understandings acquired in the fourth and fifth grade.Students will begin their first formal look at a study of the world.
Sixth grade social studies will focus on the ancient civilizations through the early middle ages.
We will begin by examining the beginning of civilizations.
We will also learn to understand and explain the effects of innovation and technology on developing civilizations.
As students advance through middle school, they transition from simple readers and stories to more difficult, content-rich materials including novels, plays, textbooks, laboratory manuals, and technical texts.
Top 10 reasons to read

1.

Kids who read often and widely get better at it.

2. Reading exercises our brains. Reading is a much more complex task for the human brain than, say,
watching TV is. Reading strengthens brain connections and actually builds new connections.

3. Reading improves concentration.

4. Reading teaches children about the world around them.

5. Reading improves a child’s vocabulary, leads to more highly-developed language skills and
improves the child's ability to write well.

6. Reading develops a child’s imagination.

7. Reading helps kids develop empathy.

8. Children who read do better in school.

9. Reading is a great form of entertainment!

10. Reading relaxes the body and calms the mind.
6th Grade Math:
Ratio
Rate problems
fractions (+,-,x,/)
negative integers
variables in mathematical expressions
such as 3x = y
relationships among shapes to determine area, surface area, and volume
Student mastery of the basic math skills is as important to success in future mathematical procedures and reasoning as learning the alphabet is to reading and writing.

Reminder - Practicing multiplication (up to 12) and division facts are
VERY important!
Force and Matter
Energy Transfer
Life Science
Earth Explorations
Space

Car riders will be dropped off in the front of the building. Car riders can be dropped off at 7:30.Bus riders will enter the building through the side entrance. School begins at 7:50. (after that time tardy)
Students will go to the gym or cafeteria for breakfast. When the bell rings students are released to homerooms.
For the first few days of 6th grade students will learn their way around the school. Teachers will take them on a tour the first day of school.
They will also be given instructions by teachers on how to open the locks and procedures lockers.
Teachers will walk with 6th graders to their electives the first few days of school.
Elective Wheel:
Students will
P.E./ health
Art
Chorus
agriculture
Business
Band
We are looking forward to getting to know you next year.
In middle school students are assigned to a team. Each team has teachers who teach one or two subjects to a group of students. Then students rotate to the next teacher to learn the next subject.


Math / Science
Language Arts / Social Studies
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