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6th Grade Math, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies Syllabus

Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen

Lynette Adams and Kristen Cipielewski


Email: ladams@rmae.org kcipielewski@rmae.org Phone: 303.670.1070

Class Webpage: Go to RMAE homepage, click Classrooms, click on Teacher Web Pages. Click on 6th grade.  

Welcome to 6th grade! Please read the following math, science, language arts and social studies syllabus, sign it, and have your parent/guardian sign it too once you go over it together. This is your first opportunity to take control of your education. Make sure you understand the policies listed here, and ask questions if you need clarification.


Communication: We can be reached via email throughout the day ladams@rmae.org or bbartelt@rmae.org. The best way to reach  us is by email, but you can also call and leave a voicemail.  We will check that as often as we can, but may not get back to you the same day.  We update our class website on a weekly basis, at the minimum. Please refer to it regularly as it will have useful links, assignments, projects, and information about our class.  If you need to meet with either of us, please email us to set up an appointment.


Course Skills: A curriculum map will be available on the class website. The following overarching topics guide the coursework for literacy and math in sixth grade and can be found in the Core Knowledge Sequence.


Science

Human Body:Immune System

Energy, Heat and Energy Transfer

Astronomy, Gravity, Stars, and Galaxies

Plate Tectonics

Oceans



Math

Numbers - Integers, Factors and Multiples, Rational Numbers

Number Operations - Operations with Fractions, Operations with Decimals

Proportionality: Ratios and Rates - Representing Ratios and Rates, Applying Ratios and Rates, Percents

Equivalent Expressions - Generating Equivalent Numerical Expressions, Generating Equivalent Algebraic Expressions, Equations and Relationship - Relationships with Two Variables

Relationships in Geometry - Area and Polygons, Distance and Area in the Coordinate Plane, Surface Area and Volume of Solids

Measurement and Data - Displaying, Analyzing, and Summarizing Data


Language Arts

Spelling

Memoir

Sayings and Phrases

Short Stories

Poetry/Business Letter

Mythology

Speeches

Research


Social Studies

World Deserts

Judaism and Christianity

J & C/Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece/Ancient Rome Enlightenment

French Revolution, Industrialism, Capitalism, and Socialism

Latin America

Immigration

Industrialization and Urbanization in America


Grades: All assignments (tests, quizzes, classwork, homework, and class participation) will be given a point value. Students’ grades will be calculated by adding all points she/he earns in a quarter and dividing it by the total number of points possible and then multiplying by 100.

“Joey earned 550 points out of a total of 600 possible points.

So…(550/600) x 100 = 92%.

Joey earned a 92% for the quarter.

We will enter grades on a regular basis. Be aware that projects and papers will take longer to grade, but we will provide feedback in a timely manner. Please check the Parent/Student Portal often for your grades.



Homework: Any homework we assign will be purposeful, and applicable to our lessons. Please turn in assignments on the due date. The middle school policy for any missing assignments will be followed. Any assignments not submitted by 8:00 am Friday morning, will be counted as zero points. Assignments turned in late are 10% off per day late.  If you are absent please check the website for missed assignments.Get notes from a classmate and/or talk with me to get caught up on the content that was missed. You will have two days after returning from an absence to turn in missed assignments. Please see us if you have an extended absence or any extenuating circumstances. Remember, we can be reached via email anytime or by appointment.


Classroom Guidelines

  • Be prepared: arrive on time and have your supplies with you.
  • Supplies to bring to class every day: 3-ring binder with paper, pencil pouch with at least two sharpened pencils and one pen, and composition notebooks, one for literacy, one for math, science and social studies.
  • Take risks: test your ideas, share your answers (even if you are not 100% confident), and attempt to solve problems. Mistakes are honored and welcomed in our class. I will make many, and expect you to do the same. Together we will learn from those mistakes.  
  • Be respectful of yourself, your peers, your classroom, your school, and your teachers. This is a team effort, and will help us create a trusting class where we can mess up, learn, and have fun.  
  • No food or drink, except water bottles during class. A morning snack time will be given.
  • Follow rules as stated in the school Family Handbook, including dress code.


As a student, your job is to come to school prepared everyday, but also to seek help with problems and areas of content that you do not understand. Together, we will overcome any challenges and exceed both of our expectations. If there are ever any questions or concerns, please come see us or feel free to email us.



Subject: Math  Teacher: Adams

2020-2021

Week 1

Aug 24-28

Week 2

Aug 31-Sept 4

Week 3

Sept 8-11

Week 4

Sept 14-18

Week 5

Sept 21-25

Numbers



Week 6

Sept 28-Oct 2

Week 7

Oct 12-15

Week 8

Oct 20-23

Week 9

Oct 26-30

Week 10

Nov 2-6

Number Operations

Proportionality: Ratios and Rates



Week 11

Nov 9-13

Week 12

Nov 16-20

Week 13

Nov 30-Dec 4

Week 14

Dec 7-11

Week 15

Dec 14-18

Proportionality: Ratios and Rates

Equivalent Expressions



Week 16

Jan 6-8

Week 17

Jan 11-15

Week 18

Jan 19-22

Week 19

Jan 25-29

Week 20

Feb 1-5

Equivalent Expressions

Equations and Inequalities



Week 21

Feb 8-11

Week 22

Feb 16-19

Week 23

Feb 22-26

Week 24

March 1-5

Week 25

March 8-11

Equations and Inequalities

Relationships in Geometry



Week 26

March 15-19

Week 27

March 22-26

Week 28

April 5-9

Week 29

April 12-16

Week 30

April 19-23

Relationships in Geometry

Measurement and Data



Week 31

April 29-30

Week 32

May 3-7

Week 33

May 10-14

Week 34

May 17-21

Week 35

May 24-27

Measurement and Data

Review of concepts

Final




Subject:  Science  Teacher:  Adams

2020-2021

Week 1

Aug 24-28

Week 2

Aug 31-Sept 4

Week 3

Sept 8-11

Week 4

Sept 14-18

Week 5

Sept 21-25

Human Body: Immune System

Energy, Heat, and Energy Transfer



Week 6

Sept 28-Oct 2

Week 7

Oct 12-15

Week 8

Oct 20-23

Week 9

Oct 26-30 (Bio: Marie Curie and Lewis Latimer)

Week 10

Nov 2-6

Energy, Heat and Energy Transfer



Week 11

Nov 9-13

Week 12

Nov 16-20

Week 13

Nov 30-Dec 4

Week 14

Dec 7-11

Week 15

Dec 14-18

Energy, Heat and Energy Transfer



Week 16

Jan 6-8

Week 17

Jan 11-15

Week 18

Jan 19-22

Week 19

Jan 25-29

Week 20

Feb 1-5 (Bi0: Newton)

Astronomy, Gravity, Stars, and Galaxies



Week 21

Feb 8-11

Week 22

Feb 16-19

Week 23

Feb 22-26

Week 24

March 1-5

Week 25

March 8-11

Astronomy, Gravity, Stars, and Galaxies

Plate Tectonics



Week 26

March 15-19 (Bio: Wegner)

Week 27

March 22-26

Week 28

April 5-9

Week 29

April 12-16

Week 30

April 19-23

Plate Tectonics

Oceans/Water



Week 31

April 29-30

Week 32

May 3-7

Week 33

May 10-14

Week 34

May 17-21

Week 35

May 24-27

Oceans/Water

Science Innovation







2020-21 Curriculum Map - Language Arts & Social Studies


1st Quarter

8/21 - 9/29






10/2-10/20



Language

Arts

Memoir, How to write a reading response

Daybook, Sayings and Phrases, Spelling are throughout the year

Prince and the Pauper - book groups

Mythology

Reading Responses and

Social Studies

World Deserts

Judaism &

Christianity

J & C/ Ancient Greece



2nd Quarter

10/23 - 11/17




11/20-11/27


11/27-12/20



Language Arts

Prince and the Pauper, Latin and Greek,

Julius Caesar

Thanksgiving

Break

Informative/Explanatory writing


Social Studies


Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome

Enlightenment

 Enlightenment




3rd Quarter

1/8 -3/9







Language Arts

Short Stories, Opinion writing, The Odyssey in book groups


Social Studies

French Revolution

Industrialism, Capitalism, and Socialism

Latin America




4th quarter

3/12 - 5/24




3/26-

4/2







5/23

Language Arts

Poetry, Speeches

Spring Break

Poetry, Letters

Social Studies

Immigration

Industrialization and Urbanization in America



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