ELA- 6th Grade

In the reading units, readers select, read, and comprehend a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction texts, employing a variety of strategies.  Students will notice how different events in a story unfold, tracking how the events tie together across a text. When reading nonfiction, students will notice how different threads in a scientific, historical, technical, and literary text tie together. 

In the writing units, writers apply a variety of writing strategies.  Students will understand writers create informational texts that convey ideas and information about a subject in a well-structured text. Throughout this study, writers generate and build on ideas employing inquiry strategies to self-regulate their individual drafting, revising, and editing processes to deepen their practices.

Wendy Falconer, 6th grade ELA teacher, says, “I believe all students are intelligent and can achieve great success. I want my students to think for themselves, and it is education that will give them the opportunity to lead themselves. My work as your teacher is ageless, timeless, and my influence will never end... because you, my students, will carry on what I have begun...lighting the world with excellence, self-determination, and pride.”


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