## Mrs. Frederick-Jilg's 6th Grade Class

Welcome to Mrs. Frederick-Jilg's class in room 609.  I am very excited to be working with 6th grade during the 2017-2018 school year.  We have many interesting and fun things to learn about.

Math   Standards

Language Arts     Standards

Science    Standards

and Social Studies     Standards

As we come together with respect and honor in our classroom, we will work together to make it the best year possible. Teamwork and self motivation will help us be the most successful and the best students we can be.

I look forward to working with you this year.

Parents Guide to Student Success

Specials

Monday- P.E.
Tuesday- Media Center
Wednesday- Art (week A)
Thursday- P.E.
Friday- Music

Learning Objectives for the month of March

Math

6.NS.5 Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values; use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in real-world contexts, explaining the meaning of 0 in each situation.

6.NS.6a Recognize opposite signs of numbers as indicating locations on opposite sides of 0 on the number line; recognize that the opposite of the opposite of a number is the number itself, e.g., −(−3) = 3, and that 0 is its own opposite.

ELA

IV-R-ST2 Decoding HI-12: reading high frequency words.

IV-R-ST3 Fluency HI-1: reading aloud passages from unfamiliar content area text, observing phrasing, punctuation and expression.

IV-R-ST3 Fluency PE-1: reading aloud sight words, sentences, and familiar patterned text (e.g., poems, chants).

IV-R-ST4 Non-Fiction HI-23: locating information in print and electronic reference sources (e.g., encyclopedia, atlas, almanac, dictionary, thesaurus, periodicals, website, and textbooks) for a specific purpose.

IV-R-ST4 Non-Fiction HI-22: following a set of written multi-step instructions to perform unfamiliar procedures, answer questions or solve problems in math, science and social studies.

IV-R-ST4 Fiction/Non-Fiction HI-5: generating clarifying questions about text.

IV-R-ST4 Fiction/Non-Fiction LI-12: determining the author’s main purpose (e.g., to inform, to persuade, to entertain).

IV-R-ST4 Non-Fiction LI-24: interpreting information from external text within nonfiction text for a specific purpose.

IV-R-ST4 Non-Fiction LI-25: explaining the purpose of print (font) features in nonfiction text.

IV-L-ST2 Vocabulary (V) LI-3 identifying the meaning/usage of high frequency words and     apply them in context.

IV-R-ST4 Non-Fiction HI-21: applying understanding of content area vocabulary within math, science and social studies texts

Writing

IV-L-ST1 Sentence Construction (SC) HI-1: identifying the subject (e.g., singular,plural, compound, collective nouns)in a sentence.

IV-L-ST1 Sentence Construction(SC) HI-3: producing sentences with
a subject, linking verb, complement (S-V- C) with subject-verb agreement.

IV-L-ST1 Sentence Construction (SC) HI-5: producing sentences with
a subject, verb and object (S-V- O) with subject-verb agreement.

IV-W-ST1 Narrative HI-1: writing one or more narrative paragraphs that include an engaging plot, developed characters, setting, figurative language, and dialogue as appropriate.

V-W-ST3 Pre-Writing HI-1:  generating, organizing, maintaining and evaluating ideas for pre-writing.

IV-W-ST3 Drafting HI-3: evaluating information on a pre-writing plan (e.g., graphic organizer, KWL chart, log) to develop a draft with main idea.

 IV-W-ST4 Writing Elements HI-4: writing paragraphs using original, varied and natural word choices, including literal and figurative language. IV-W-ST4 Writing Process HI-5: writing paragraphs using simple, compound and complex sentences that vary in their beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

• Classroom Expectations
• AVID strategies
• PBIS expectations
• Building Community in our Classroom