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Classes

Learning Support...Intervention 6th Period (Hunter)

Instructor
Mrs. Janet Hunter
Department
Intervention

Course Description

 Please see 4th period learning support for a description of this class. Thank you!

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6th grade intervention week of March 20

Comprehension:
Understand a writer's decisions
Notice how a writer reveals a character's feelings
Understand a writers lead in an informational text.
Notice a procedural section of an informational text
Read a scrip with integration of all dimensions of fluency
Share in the writing of an analysis of supporting characters in a fiction text

6th Grade Intervention-March6-10th

Goals:
Comprehension:Recognize persuasive writing
Understand the arguments in persuasive writing
Realize the significance of a topic
Connect a book with other books in a series
Recognize and understand the connotations of a word
Read orally with appropriate intonation and word stress

6th period-6th grade-week of Feb. 27th-intervention

Goals:
Comprehension:
Understand the text structure of narrative nonfiction
Notice and use a timeline
Use background knowledge to understand a nonfiction text
Infer the importance of a topic
Fluency:
Read orally with awareness of punctuation
Writing;
Write about the reasons for something that happened in the past
Cite evidence for reasons.
 

6th grade intervention week of Feb. 20-24

"Surprise ! It's a Flash Mob" "The Mystery Baker" "Rich Man, Poor Man: A Tale Told in Kenya"
Goals:
Comprehension:
Infer a writer's message in a nonfiction text.
Infer a writer's stance toward a nonfiction topic
Notice the connections between two traditional tales.
Understand character traits in two traditional tales.
Analyze a writer's craft at the end of a text.
Infer a writer's decisions.
Bring background knowledge to reading an informational text.
Infer reasons for the popularity of an activity.
Fluency: 
Read orally at an appropriate rate

6th period-6th grade intervention-week of Feb. 13

Novels-"First Day on the Job" and "Crazy Contraptions"
Goals:
Comprehension:
Understand the mystery form.
Notice clues that help in solving a crime in a mystery.
Infer the motives of individuals in a nonfiction text.
Infer a writer/s stance toward a topic.
Notice acknowledgments in a nonfiction text.
Word Study/Vocabulary:
Use word history to understand the meaning of a word.
Recognize words with i.e. or ei vowel patterns
Fluency:
Read orally with appropriate word stress and intonation.
Teacher is reading "Compound" to students - auditory skills
Students will be tested weekly in fluency.
 

Look at the night sky Feb. 10th

An Eclipse, Comet and Full Moon will appear in the night sky on Friday night at 6:43.  Don't miss it! Hasn't happened in over 100 years.

learning support-6th grade

Goals:
Comprehension:
Think critically about the believability and genre characteristics of a fiction text.
Notice aspects of a writer's craft in a nonfiction text.
Infer a character's motives
Bring background knowledge to the reading of a fiction text.
Word Study/Vocabulary:
Derive the meaning of a word from context and identify context clues
Recognize multi syllable words with long e vowel patterns.
Fluency:
Read aloud with appropriate intonation and pausing to reflect punctuation.

6th grade-Intervention-6th period-January 30th

Novel-"Archer's Quest"
Goals:
Comprehension-
Notice inner conflict and how an author uses a character's voice to reflect it
Connect events in a story
Make predictions about events in a story
Understand the problem/resolution in a fantasy
Critique the problem/resolution in a story
Infer character attributes and relationships among characters
 
Vocabulary-
Use analogy to understand the relationships among words
Identify and use contextual information to learn the meaning of a word and generate and rest synonyms
 
Fluency-
Read orally, reflecting all dimensions of fluency
 

6th grade intervention: Week of January 23

Continue to read the Novel "Archer's Quest"
Goals:
Comprehension-
Recognize the author's use of summary
Infer a character's connection of ideas to a memory from his past
Understand the lessons in a character's speech
Infer how one character applies lessons from another character to his actions
Notice inner conflict and how an author uses a character's voice to reflect it
Connect events in a story
Make predictions about events in a story
 
Vocabulary-
Identify and use contextual information to learn the meaning of a word
Use analogy to understand the relationships among words
 
Fluency-
Read orally, reflecting all dimensions of fluency
Notice and use punctuation to guide intonation and word stress

6th grade intervention week of January 16th

Goals: Comprehension
Recognize an author's use of a summary
Infer a character's connection of ideas to a memory from his past.
Understand the lessons in a character's speech.
Infer how one character applies lessons from another character to his actions.
Vocabulary
Identify and use contextual information to learn the meaning of a word
Fluency
Notice and use punctuation to guide intonation and word stress
Novel:Archer's Quest-Linda Sue Park

Week of January 9-6th grade intervention

Notice literary elements that characterized the fantasy genre
Infer character attributes
Infer aspects of a relationship between characters
Search for evidence to resolve a problem
Use morphology and word parts to understand the meaning of a word
Read orally with awareness of punctuation.

Learning Support: Intervention 6th grade:January 3-6

Goals: Comprehension-1. Think analytically about the arguments in a persuasive nonfiction text
2. Share beginning insights about a main character.
3. Hypothesis about the genre of a text
Fluency- Read orally with integration of all elements of fluency
Novel- Maximum Ride
 Moby Max Assessments

6th grade learning support December 5th

Notice and identify comparisons and contrasts in an informational text
Connect books in a series
Notice the organizing structure of an informational text
Infer a writer's message in an informational text
Infer a writer's larger message after reading several of her books
 

Learning Support: Intervention 6th grade:Nov. 21-22

Compare and contrast a writer's message in two narrative nonfiction books.
Understand the difference between narrative nonfiction and biography.
Notice an acknowledgment in a nonfiction text.
Derive information from maps.
Write about the connections between two narrative nonfiction texts, and identify and write the big idea or message that is common in both books.
Search for and use information in text and graphics.
Notice descriptive language in two narrative nonfiction texts.
Notice circular text structure of two books.
Use morphology and word parts to understand the meaning of a word and connect it by suffix to other words.
"Traffic in the Sky" "A Long Nap" 'Out of the Mud"