Click here: Google Classroom This will take you to Mrs. Rivera's 6th Grade Google Classroom. All assignments are posted under the content area (example: Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, or Science) in Google Classroom. See below for the assignments you will need to complete for today's e-Learning day.
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I can read my independent book and write a summary over what I read in my reading notebook.
I can read and listen to an audio of Tuck Everlasting and answer comprehension questions over the chapter.
Steps of the Lesson:
All assignments are on Google Classroom under the March 16th tab. Please click on the links and follow the instructions - Tuck Everlasting Chapters 3-5
Please read for 20 minutes and write your summary in your Reading Notebook
Work to be turned in: Tuck Everlasting Ch. 3-5 Google Form
I can write a reader's response to chapter 3-5 in Tuck Everlasting.
All assignments are found in Google Classroom under the March 16th tab.
Please write you responses on the Google Form and submit it.
Work to be turned in: Google Doc - Tuck Everlasting Reader's Response
I can identify points on a polygon coordinate plane
Steps of the Lesson:
Students are to complete the worksheet - p. 254 in Math IREADY Book
Work to be turned in: p. 254
Specials: Art - Please click the link below
Instructions for Using Kami to Edit a Pdf
- Find the assignment in Google Classroom.
- Click on it.
- Click the attachment for the assignment.
- To the right, click the 3 dots.
- Click, “Open in new window.”
- In the middle, click, “Open with Annotate with Kami.”
How to Turn in Your Assignment in Kami
- Click the < (Share Document) on the top right.
- Click, “Upload.”
- Choose, “Copy” in the right hand corner. It will change to copied.
- Go back to the Google Classroom and refresh your screen by clicking on the refresh button. Choose “Add” and Select “Link.”
- It will ask for a link, press Ctrl V at the same time.
- Click, “Add Link.”
- Click, “Turn In”. A pop up appears and click “Turn In” again.