Ms. Youngblood's Grade 6 Social Studies/Eng. Language Arts Advanced
  • REMINDER THAT MS YOUNGBLOOD IS OUT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH. 

    ALL LINKS TO WORK CAN BE FOUND BELOW

     

    AGENDA 9/17/20

    Essential Questions

    • How do authors develop the plot of the story or drama?
    • Why do authors change characters as the plot unfolds?
    • How can details elaborated in a text increase a reader's understanding of what they read?

    NC Standards & Objectives

    RL.6.3 Describe how a particular story’s drama or plot unfolds in a series of episodes, as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution.

     RI.6.3 Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text.

     

    TASKS for TODAY (all assignments are also set up in CANVAS)

     

    #1  Core I  - Warm Up 9/18 Link

          Core II  - Warm Up 9/18 Link

     

    #2 Finish Reading The Circuit by Francisco Jimenez

     

    #3  Work on

                   Core I - The Circuit Plot and Character Storyboard Project

         

                   Core II - The Circuit Plot and Character Storyboard Project

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    REMINDERS

    Progress Reports Go Out  Friday September 11th

    No additional grades will be entered past 6pm on 

    Thursday September 10th

     Wednesday Sept. 9th

    TODAY's AGENDA

    • Backtracking:   w/ Mr. Cornatzer you did most of

       Module I. Citing Textual Evidence

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      North Carolina Standard Course of Study Standards RL.6.1 Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text

      You learned how to cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. You also learned about annotating to gain a better understanding of the text.

      WE NEED TO COMPLETE THAT MODULE by Taking the Show Your Learning Assessment. 

       

    Core 1

    • Your Task List for Today with Links

      Task #1:   If you HAVE NOT completed ACHIEVE 3000, go to your CLEVER page, enter Achieve 3000. 

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      Task #2:  Warm Up 9/9 - Share with me 3 different things you learned with Mr. C about citing textual evidence.

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      Task #3:  Show Your Learning - Module #1 (ELA 6.1 Assessment)

      Access Code:  gwgr

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      Task #4:  Go back and try to complete any missing CANVAS assignmentanalyze- to critically examine the components of a subject to understand its meaning and/or nature as a whole

     

    Core 2

    Your Task List for Today with Links

    • Task #1:   If you HAVE NOT completed ACHIEVE 3000, go to your CLEVER page, enter Achieve 3000. 

       

    • Task #2:  Warm Up 9/9 - Share with me 3 different things you learned with Mr. C about citing textual evidence.

       

    • Task #3:  Show Your Learning - Module #1 (ELA 6.1 Assessment)

      Access Code:  gwgr

       

    • Task #4:  Go back and try to complete any missing CANVAS assignments.

     

  • Tuesday Aug. 8th. 

     

    Core 1

    Things Due:  

    Before 11:59 pm on Tues. Sept. 8th 

      1. Cut and paste your answers from Warm Ups 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 and 9/4 from your Google Slides Warm Up Journal into the Warm Up Assignments written in CANVAS under “Bell Ringers.”

     

    • Submit your I AM POEM either by submitting the Google Doc URL where it says (WEB URL) or downloading your poem as a PDF and uploading the file. 

     

    Before 11:59 pm on Wed. Sept. 9th 

     

     

    TODAY's AGENDA

    NC Standards & Objectives

    RL.6.3 Describe how a particular story’s drama or plot unfolds in a series of episodes, as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution.

     RI.6.3 Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text.

     

    1. Review Due Dates for converting assignments from Google Drive to CANVAS for submission and Grading

    2. Warm Up 9/08

    3. Introduction to The Elements of Plot.

       Academic Vocabulary for Today

    • analyze- to critically examine the components of a subject to understand its meaning and/or nature as a whole.

    • anecdotes (anecdotal)- a short, often amusing story about an event, usually involving a particular person

    • claim-an assertion(s) of the truth of something, often a value statement; generally, an author uses evidence to support the assertion of truth

       

    4. Kahoots Pre-Assessment on Prior Knowledge

    5. BrainPop: Plot

    6. Introduction to Story Plot Maps. 

     

    Core 2

    Things Due:  

    Before 11:59 pm on Tues. Sept. 8th 

      1. Cut and paste your answers from Warm Ups 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 and 9/4 from your Google Slides Warm Up Journal into the Warm Up Assignments written in CANVAS under “Bell Ringers.”

     

    • Submit your I AM POEM either by submitting the Google Doc URL where it says (WEB URL) or downloading your poem as a PDF and uploading the file. 

     

    Before 11:59 pm on Wed. Sept. 9th 

     

     

    TODAY's AGENDA

    NC Standards & Objectives

    RL.6.3 Describe how a particular story’s drama or plot unfolds in a series of episodes, as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution.

     RI.6.3 Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text.

     

    1. Review Due Dates for converting assignments from Google Drive to CANVAS for submission and Grading

    2. Warm Up 9/08

    3. Introduction to The Elements of Plot.

       Academic Vocabulary for Today

    • analyze- to critically examine the components of a subject to understand its meaning and/or nature as a whole.

    • anecdotes (anecdotal)- a short, often amusing story about an event, usually involving a particular person

    • claim-an assertion(s) of the truth of something, often a value statement; generally, an author uses evidence to support the assertion of truth

       

    4. Kahoots Pre-Assessment on Prior Knowledge

    5. BrainPop: Plot

    6. Introduction to Story Plot Maps. 

     

     

     

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    Friday Aug. 4, 2020

     

    ALL ELA CLASSES

          Objectives:

             NCSCS: RL.6.10:  Students will read and understand literature within the 6-8 text complexity band proficiently and independently for         sustained periods of time connecting prior knowledge and experiences to text.

     

            Today we will be working independently as quite a few students need to finish up the Acheive 3000 Level Sets.  

     

    • If you DID NOT complete the Acheive 3000 Level Sets, please use this CLEVER link to go to you the Achieve 3000 ICON and complete.  Once complete, proceed to the assignments for today listed below

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      If you DID COMPLETE the Acheive 3000 Level Sets yesterday, please complete the following assignments independently.  (The links will connect you to the assignments in Canvas. ) 

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            ***** If you do not finish the level sets assessment, you need to attend ZOOM REMEDIATION at 2:00 pm and complete the test while on zoom with Ms. Youngblood

     

    CORE 1

    •       ASSIGNMENTS for Friday August 4

                  1. Complete WARM UP 9/4  in Canvas, by unscrambling the scrambled words.  (write directly into the answer box in Canvas. )  

                  2. Download and Read the PDF Copy of the short story The Ransom of Red Chief by O. Henry

                  3.  Complete the Ransome of Red Chief Study Questions in Canvas. 

     

    CORE 2

    •       ASSIGNMENTS for Friday August 4

                  1. Complete WARM UP 9/4  in Canvas, by unscrambling the scrambled words.  (write directly into the answer box in Canvas. )  

                  2. Download and Read the PDF Copy of the short story The Ransom of Red Chief by O. Henry

                  3.  Complete the Ransome of Red Chief Study Questions in Canvas.