Homeless Bird Unitmrs. Parker's 6th Grade L.a. Class

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  1. Homeless Bird Unitmrs. Parker's 6th Grade L.a. Class Submarine
Unit Goal: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.6.2
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
Today's Goal: Read Chapter EIGHT. Continue working on looking for moments that relate to the topics we are investigating while we read.
The Plan:
  1. Yesterday we talked about symbols. Fill out this form to tell me what you remember. Then read.
  2. Read (independent)
  3. Finish Chapter 7 and read Chapter 8 - have sticky notes on hand
Question to think about today:
How do each of the characters in Homeless Bird find happiness? Many characters work towards happiness in different ways. How are they similar or different? Can you relate to any of their ways of finding happiness?

Reminders/Homework:
  • I am NOT assigning you ANY Achieve article this week. You only need to complete Achieve if you having missing assignments.
  • The grading period ends THIS FRIDAY, March 16.
    • This means you need to clear your zeros and improve scores on things like your personal narrative.
  • Make Up Your Radio Recording. We spent two days in class on that and you need to make it happen. (Click on that link to go to the directions)
  • Turn in your One-Pager ASAP (because you don't want a zero)
  • Keep reading. TWO books due by March 15 (that's Thursday)
Unit Goal: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.6.2Homeless Bird Unitmrs. Parker
BirdDetermine a theme or central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
Today's Goal: Read Chapter EIGHT. Continue working on looking for moments that relate to the topics we are investigating while we read.
Homeless Bird Unitmrs. ParkerThe Plan:
  1. Yesterday we talked about symbols. Fill out this form to tell me what you remember. Then read.
  2. Read (independent)
  3. Finish Chapter 7 and read Chapter 8 - have sticky notes on hand
Parker
Question to think about today:
How do each of the characters in Homeless Bird find happiness? Many characters work towards happiness in different ways. How are they similar or different? Can you relate to any of their ways of finding happiness?
Bird
Reminders/Homework:

Homeless Bird Unitmrs. Parker's 6th Grade L.a. Class Submarine

  • I am NOT assigning you ANY Achieve article this week. You only need to complete Achieve if you having missing assignments.
  • The grading period ends THIS FRIDAY, March 16.
    • This means you need to clear your zeros and improve scores on things like your personal narrative.
  • Make Up Your Radio Recording. We spent two days in class on that and you need to make it happen. (Click on that link to go to the directions)
  • Turn in your One-Pager ASAP (because you don't want a zero)
  • Keep reading. TWO books due by March 15 (that's Thursday)
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