Beverly Cole
English 6

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  • English Update
    This week are completing our entries for the Young Writers Contest.  Previously we had MAP testing and we have also been going over the results of the MAP scores and creating goals.
    Vocabulary test is on Friday:  words are located in OneNote, on Quizlet, and students have made flashcards to carry home.
    PORT (carry):  a list of words and definitions can be found in the VOCABULARY FOLDER in the Class Files page.
    Posted Jan 24, 2018, 10:58 AM by Beverly Cole
  • September 4 - 8
    Monday:  NO SCHOOL - Labor Day
    Tuesday:  Intro New Vocab:  Students can practice their vocabulary online using Quizlet.  Look for the link on the Web Links page.
    SKILLS:  1/2  Summarizing  4/5 & 6/7:  Literary Genre
    GRAMMAR:  Parts of Speech
    WRITING:  Personal Narrative:  All About Me
    VOCAB & SPELLING TEST on Friday, September 8.
    HOMEWORK:  Read 20 minutes each night

    Posted Sep 3, 2017, 10:31 AM by Beverly Cole
  • 1st Week of School...
    The first week of school is going well.  This week we have gone over the syllabus as well as classroom expectations and procedures.  We began a review of literary genres.  We discussed fiction and the subgenres of realistic fiction, historical fiction,  science fiction and fantasy. 

    Monday:  Eclipse (please send in your signed permission)
    Tuesday - Thursday:  MAP testing in Reading, Language, and Math. Students will take MAP with their 5th period teacher
    Friday:  Resume our study of genre
    Posted Aug 17, 2017, 10:15 AM by Beverly Cole
  • Welcome to English 6
    Middle school English shifts reading instruction from learning how to read to more in-depth analysis and interpretation of multiple types of text.  Sixth grade English students will read and analyze a variety of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.  Students will develop vocabulary through a study of word origins, roots, and affixes. Students will develop narrative, informative, and persuasive writing skills through a study of grammar and writing models.
    Posted Sep 13, 2016, 11:24 AM by Beverly Cole
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