e-Learning 6th Grade
Date assigned: February 21, 2018 Date due: February 23, 2018
Choose two activities from each column. (two language, two math, two specials)
and Club Day
Go to this QUIZLET to practice Figurative Language.
Study the figurative language with the “FLASHCARDS” first. Then use the “LEARN” tab to test yourself.
Write down your scores on a piece of paper and have a parent sign it.
Login into IXL and work on the following two concepts. Both are focusing on classifying and measuring angles. We will review this again when we get back.
AA.7 -5th Grade
CC.2 -6th Grade
Band: option 1: practice your instrument for 15 minutes. take a video performing something you have practiced. send the video to me and your classroom teacher
option 2: go to www.musictheory.net/lessons Do any three of the lessons. Email Mr. Sterk a summary of what you have learned from these lessons.
EVERYONE IS EXPECTED TO READ TODAY. IF YOU DO NOT CHOOSE THIS COLUMN,THOUGH YOU CAN JUST READ TO READ. IF YOU CHOOSE THIS AS AN ASSIGNMENT, YOU WILL NEED TO DO THE WRITING TO GO WITH IT.
Read To Self
Write this in paragraph form on PAPER or print it out to turn it in.
On a separate piece of paper, make up a total of 24 problems with fractional operations. Have at least 6 problems of adding fractions with uncommon denominators, 6 problems with subtracting fractions with an uncommon denominators, 6 problems with multiplying fractions, and 6 problems dividing fractions. Try to include a few mixed numbers into your work, so you get into practice of changing the number into an improper fraction. We will put some of these on the whiteboard on Thursday. Keep your fractions simple, just want to stay in good practice of fractional operations.
Choir: We passed out a worksheet in class last week. It should be in your red homework folder. It needs to be completed.
Read page 490 in your Journeys book. Then, reread The Emperor's Silent Army. Look for opinions that are backed up with facts. Make a chart like the one on 490 to show the opinions and the facts that support them.
Find two rectangular prisms in your house and find both the volume and surface area. Use inches as your unit of measure. Remember that volume is lxwxh and surface area is the sum of the area of all the faces.
Club Day: Communicate with the other Big Bosses to make sure you have games, activities, etc. planned.
If you have questions about the assignment, email your teacher.