Mr. Abrami 6-1

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Homework is assigned on a daily basis. The purpose of homework is to reinforce skills and concepts taught during the school day. I am asking that parents check their child’s homework daily. Some parents have made it a practice to initial the homework. Students should also make it a practice to review notes and study on a consistent basis. Students should be reading daily and practicing their multiplication tables.

HOMEWORK BEGINNING THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 29th 2018.

 

 

Homework 9/18/18

5th Grade Math:  Check page 13 – Do page 15 and page 16 #1 and #2

Grade 6-1 and 6-2 Social Studies:  Read pages 19 and 20 – Define Credential and Data.  Write a few lines in NB on how you can use the internet to find data for SS projects.

Grade 7-1  Social Studies:  page 9 #2, 3, 4

Grade 7-2 – Computer research:  What are the attributes of God?  Create  a list,  pick 2 and tell why you think they are important in NB.  

Homework 9/17/18

Social Studies Grade 6-1:  Workbook pages 7 and 8

Social Studies Grade 6-2:  Text page 15 Progress Check, Review Vocabulary #1 and #2

Math Grade 5:  Write chart page 11 in NB, do pages 12 and 13 workbook.

Social Studies Grade 7:  Chapter Recall Write 8 definitions on LL 

Homework 9/14/18

Both Social Studies 6th grade:  Current events.

Social Studies 7th grade:  Current events.

Math 5th grade:  page 10 #3, 4, 5, 6.

Religion 7th grade:  finish essay on “Do you believe in our 1 true God?”

Homework 9/12/18

Social Studies 6-1:  Social Studies workbook pages 3 and 4 – Finish notes from page 9 in  textbook.

Social Studies 6-2:  Finish notes from page 9 in textbook.

Math 5:  Go Math – page 9 and page 10 #1 and 2

Social Studies 7-1:  Use textbook pages 6 and 7 to finish 5 themes of geography.

Religion 7-1:  Research all the gods of Greece and their titles. 

Homework 9/11/18

Grade 6-1:  Social Studies Workbook  1,2,3

Grade 6-2:  Social studies text page 6 -make a chart in NB, list facts on Julian Calendar and Gregorian Calendar.

Grade 7-1:  Complete in NB the 5 themes of geography.

6th grade math:  Go Math Book pages 7 and 8

Homework 9/10/18

Social Studies 6-1, 6-2, 7-1:  Computer research – look up information for 9/11.  If possible, download a picture and write a paragraph on the event.

Math 5th grade:  pages 2 and 5

Grade 7 : No Religion 

Homework 6/12/18

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Study:  1) Multiply decimals by whole #’s  2) $ Combo:  what $ and coins can be  used to buy an item

3) 1 step division   4) Multiplication with $ and estimating  5) Plot ordered pairs.

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math  – Study:  1) Lesson on dependent and independent variables. 2) Decomposing polygons 3) mean, median, mode 4) % to decimals

5) Histograms 6) Graph charting coordinates 8) # substitution in algebra expressions

Homework 6/11/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – Write out chart on page 598 3x each in NB.   Page 599, 601, 602 #1 and #2.  EXTRA CREDIT 9 you must try it)  tear out p.627.  

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – workbook pages 693, 695, 696 # 1 and #2

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Study key words for finals part 2

 Homework: 6/8/18

All classes:  Study for all final exams.

Homework 6/6/18 

Grade 5-1:  Math – Study Chapter Review, pages 577, 578, 579, 580.  Do page 571, 572, 573

Grade 5-2:   Math – Do page 571, 572, 573

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math –  Math workbook page 687, 688, 689

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Chapter 19 Review, page 230 on LL 

Homework 6/5/18

Grade 5-1:  Math – Continue to work on Practice Book – Test 2.  Must be completed tomorrow.

Grade 5-2:  Math – Workbook page 572 and 573.

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math –  Had test on mean, median and mode today.  No HW start to study for finals.

Grade 6-1: Religion – Finish outlining Chapter 19.  All key words and we responses.

 

Homework 6/4/18

Grade 6-1:  Math – No HW.  Had math test today on Mean, Median, Mode

Grade 6-2:  Math – STUDY Mean, Median, Mode examples on page 681 and 682, do pages 685 and 686 (1 and 2)

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Part 1 of Religion Final continued.  No HW.

Grade 5-1:  Math – Test 2 in NY Coach Practice Test Booklet

Grade 5-2:  Math – Pages 568, 569, 570 (#1 and #2)

Homework 6/1/18

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – No HW (1st part of math test given), study mean, median and mode.

Grade 6-1:  Religion – No HW – 1st part of religion final given.

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – No HW – (1st part of math test given). 

Homework 5/31/18

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – pages 683, 684, 685, 686 #1 and 2 

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Study for 1st part of final – Commandments/Beatitudes/Stations of the Cross. 

Grade 5-1:  Math – page 673 and 683

Grade 5-2:  Math –  Continue working on booklet – all parts due Monday.

Homework 5/30/18

Grade 5-1:  Math – Page 671 on LL,  use V = L x W x H page 673 – just multiply the numbers

Grade 5-2:  Math – Test 1 Practice Booklet

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – Write definition from 681 in NB, Do pages 682 and 683

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Page 327 Write 3 Mysteries of Rosary in NB

 

Homework 5/29/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – pages 567 and 568, and finish page 564

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – page 678, 679 and 680 ( 1 and 2)

Grade 6-1:  Religion –  Chapter 19 outline page 222-223-224.

Homework 5/25/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – pages 561, 563, 564 (#1 and #2)

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – Pages 677 – 679 – 680 #1 and #2

Homework 5/24/18

Grade 6-1:  Math – text page 299 and 317 in NB

Grade 6-2: Math – page 673-674  (do histogram #10 on LL)

Grade 6-1: Religion – Chapter 19, page 220-221, outline

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – pages 549, 550 (1 and 2), 557, 558

 

Homework 5/23/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – Re-do graphs

Grade 6-1: Math – page 671 and 672 do histogram page 674 #10

Grade 6-2:  Math – Pages 673 and 674

Grade 6-1:  Religion – no HW.   Test given today.

Homework 5/22/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – Put 2 graphs from page 549 on LL or graph paper, page 557 and 558

Grade 6-1:  Math – USC data from page 671, do page 673 and 674.

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Study for test on Chapter 18

Grade 6-2 – Math – page 670-672 (#1 + 2)

Homework 5/21/18

Grade 6-1: Religion – Study and prepare notes Chapter 18.

Grade 6-1:  Math – Page 668 and 669 and 670

Grade 6-2:  Math – Workbook page 664-665, 666 1 and 2

Grades 5-1 and 5-2: Math – Pages 547, 548, 549, 550 (1 and 2) 

Homework 5/18/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Math – do 6 extended fraction problems on LL – change all mixed #’s to fractions

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  STEAM Project

1) Brief description of your product use algebra expression.  Use algebra expression 3n + 10.00 – FIND UNIT RATE.

2) Do price chart for 1 to 10 items.

3) Do bar graph for cost of 1 + 3 items and 3 more orders.

Grade 6-1: Religion – 8 to 10 on the Feast of Pentecost Sunday.

Homework 5/17/18

Grade 6-1:  Math text page 253, multiply fractions by whole #, #1-35

Grade 6-2:  Math worksheet, multiply mixed #’s 1 to 26

Religion 6-1:  Finish Chapter 18 outline.

Homework 5/16/18

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – Pages 662, 663 664 in workbook.  Complete.

Religion 6-1:  Page 215 – do We Respond and page 216 do the Show What You Know chart

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Pages 557 – 558   Extra:  pages 609-610.  1 more night to complete Coordinate Chart

Homework 5/15/18

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Math – Pages 656, 657 and 659 Complete.

Grade 6-1:  Religion – Page 214 Write chart in NB, outline 212 and 213.

Grade 5-1 and 5-2: Math – Pages 542, 543 and 544 Complete.  AND project:  on LL or graph paper, create 10 different co-ordinates and plot them.  Use A to J.

Homework 5/14/18

Grade 6-1 Religion – Write 3 separate paragraphs on Tobit/Judith/Jonah

Grade 6-1 Math Workbook pages 663-664

Grade 5-1, 5-2 Math Pages 543 and 544.

Homework 5/11/18

Grade 6-1 Religion- Read and outline chapter 18 pages 208 to 211 in note book do we respond on pg 211

Grade 5 Math- Write math definitions page 539 in your notebook do pages 540 and 541 extra practice pages 598 and 599

Grade 6 Math math work book pages 651 -652- 653 -654 # 1 and 2  . Do a correction sheet for Volume  test

 

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Homework 3/8/18

Grades 5-1 and 5-2 Math Chapter 6 Review pages 413, 414, and 415

Grade 6-1 and 6-2 Math Chapter 7 Review Part 2 pages 416, 417, and 418

Class 6-1 Religion- Chapter 15 Test rewrite on loose-leaf Full Paragraph for 9 and 10.

 

 

Homework 3/6/18

5th Grade-Math page 411 and 412 #’s 1 and 2.

6th Grade – Math page 409 # 1to 8 and page 411 # 1 to 15.

6-1 Religion- Finish Outline for Chapter 11- Prepare notes for Test Friday.

 

 

Homework 3/5/18

6th Grade—- Math pages 407 and 408

Religion- Outline pages 176- 177- Do We Respond page 177 in NB

5th Grade— Math Page 409 and 410

 

3/1/2018 Homework

6-1 Religion- Outline page 176-177- Write a paragraph on why King Ahab and Jezebel turned away from God. 

6-1 and 6-2 Math— pages 404, 405, 406

5th Grade- Finish page 400— Do 4 problems in notebook— Sequences and Addition of Mixed #’s and Fractions. 

 

Middle School Curriculum: Grades 4 to 6

Posted on October 27, 2016

SsJA’s Middle School Program consists of key transitional years that not only prepare the students academically, but also provide them with the organizational, study and note-taking skills that will enable them to become independent and responsible for themselves as they eventually move into the Jr. High. While clearly academically focused, this preparation is as equally rooted in the six core values of goodness, faith, excellence, integrity, community and service to develop strong character that will help students to make the best possible choices as they learn to navigate through life.

Our dynamic curriculum of Integrated Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Religion, Spanish, and Social Studies, are designed to inspire and challenge each and every student. Teachers work in collaborative teams to provide an integrated approach to learning. Students learn in a differentiated environment where authentic learning is critical to the instructional approach.

At the same time, the program is highly personalized and support services are available, so that each child progresses at a pace appropriate to his developmental readiness. The Middle School years are a delicate balance of providing nurturing support and guidance to students encouraging them towards their independence and taking responsibility for themselves and their actions, socially and emotionally.

New York State Learning Standards: Science

Posted on October 5, 2016

5th and 6th Grades

The Living Enviornment

1. Living things are both similiar to and different from each other and nonliving things.

2. Organisms inherit genetic information in a variety of ways that result in continuity of structure and function between parents and offspring.

3. Individual organisms and species change over time.

4. The continuity of life is sustained through reproduction and development.

5. Organisms maintain a dynamic equilibrium that sustain life.

6. Plants and animals depend on each other and their physical enviornment. It is used for immediate growth and activity of the animal or it is stored. Some of the stored energy is released as heat energy when the organism dies and decays.

7. Human decisions and activities have changed their enviornment and the effect of those changes.

The Physical Setting

1. Many of the phenomena that we observe on Earth involve interactions among components of air, water and land.

2. Matter is made up of particles whose properties determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity.

3. Energy exists in many forms and when those forms change energy is conserved.

4. Energy and matter interact through forces that result in changes in motion.

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