Roseville City School District

Education:

UC Davis- BA in psychology 
CSUS- Multiple Subjects/Learning Handicapped Teaching Credential, MS in Education 
RSP certificate 
Autism Certification
6th Grade Math/Science, Elective: AVID

Math:

10.10.19  I can apply and extend previous understandings of multiplying and dividing to multiplying and dividing fractions. CW: Pkt. 7 Pg. 29, Review multiplying fractions and simplifying coloring worksheet  HW:  Finish coloring ws

10.9.19  I can apply and extend previous understandings of multiplying and dividing to multiplying and dividing fractions. CW: Pkt. 7 Pg. 4-6  HW:  SB#1 Pg. 27

10.7.19  Math review and enrichment CW: iReady and math stations  HW:  None    

10.1.19  I can subtract fractions and learn different methods to subtract mixed numbers.  CW:  Pkt. 6 Review Handouts for +/- Mixed numbers  HW:  Practice Test 6    Test will be on Thursday-  10/3/19.

9.27.19  I can subtract fractions and learn different methods to subtract mixed numbers.  CW:  Pkt. 6 Go over pg. 14, Pg. 18-19  HW: none

9.26.19  I can subtract fractions and learn different methods to subtract mixed numbers.  CW:  Pkt. 6 Pgs 15-17  HW:  Pg. 14

9.25.19  I can add fractions and learn different methods to add mixed numbers.  CW:  Pkt. 6 Pgs 11-13  HW:  Pg. 26  SB#5

9.24.19  I can use diagrams to illustrate equivalent fractions and connect them to computations  CW:  Pkt. 6 Pgs 5-7  HW:  Pg. 24  SB#2

9.23.19  I can use diagrams to illustrate equivalent fractions and connect them to computations  CW:  Pkt. 6 Pgs 1-4  HW:  Pg. 0 Word Bank,  Blk A finish pg. 4 as well

9.20.19  CW:  iReady lesson, Math games   HW:   None

9.19.19  I can understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve fraction, decimal and percent problems.  CW:  Packet 4 Test    HW:   None

9.18.19  I can use an area model to explore fraction, decimal and percent concepts.    CW:  Review Packet 4  Practice Test A    HW: Home School Connection Packet 4 pg. 29/ Study Practice Test and Packet 4      (Pkt 4 test scheduled for tomorrow)

9.17.19  I can use an area model to explore fraction, decimal and percent concepts.    CW: Packet 4  Pg.28 Knowledge Check    HW: Packet 4 Practice Test A       (Pkt 4 test scheduled for 9/19/19)

9.16.19  I can use an area model to explore fraction, decimal and percent concepts.    CW: Packet 4  Pg. 18, 24, 25    HW: Pg. 0 vocabulary                                                   Pg. 26 Crossword Puzzle(Optional)          (Pkt 4 test scheduled for 9/19/19)

9.12.19  I can use an area model to explore fraction, decimal and percent concepts.    CW: Packet 4  Pg. 14-17, ordering decimals task cards    HW: organize binder, resupply pencils, highlighter, and paper if needed.      Finish any incomplete pages in your math packet if we have done it in class.

9.11.19  I can use an area model to explore fraction, decimal and percent concepts.    CW: Packet 4  Pg. 9&10 #6 and 7, Pg. 11,14    HW: Both Blocks: Pg. 22 SB#4,  Blk A Pg. 14 # 3,4, Blk B Pg. 11 #2,3       Pkt 2 Retake (for approaching and beginning only) Tomorrow at lunch (must turn in practice problems before the retake.)

 9.10.19  I can represent fractions and decimals with area models, numbers, and words.  I will write fractions with denominators that are the power of ten   CW: Packet 4  Pg. 6-9    HW: Pg. 10 #1-5 only      Pkt 2 Retake (for approaching and beginning only) 9/12/19 at lunch (must turn in practice problems before the retake.)

9.9.19  I can represent fractions and decimals with area models, numbers, and words.  I will write fractions with denominators that are the power of ten   CW: Packet 4  Warm-up, Pg. 1-4    HW: SB#3 Pg.21 all      Pkt 2 Retake (for approaching and beginning only) 9/12/19 at lunch (must turn in practice problems before the retake.)

9.4.19  I can use a linear model to explore fraction concepts and equivalence  CW: Packet 3, Make fraction strips and pg.2  HW: SB#2 Pg.22                                             Pkt 2 Retake (for approaching and beginning only) 9/12/19 at lunch (must turn in practice problems before the retake.)

8.28.19  I can find GCF/LCM and evaluate expressions using the order of operations  CW: Packet 2 Practice Assessment #1   HW: Packet 2 Practice Assessment #2 and study              Pkt 2 Test Thursday 8.29.19

8.27.19  I can compute exponents and evaluate expressions using the order of operations.  CW:  Pkt. 2 Pg. 20, 21, 23( done on separate notes page) and 24  HW: Finish Pg. 24 (circled problems), Pg. 31 #1-7               Pkt 2 Test Thursday 8.29.19

8.26.19  I can use the knowledge of the greatest common factor(GCF) to write equivalent expressions using the distributive property.  CW: GCF/LCM Quiz, Pkt. 2 Pg. 19 and 20  HW: Finish Pg. 30               Pkt 2 Test Thursday 8.29.19

8.23.19  I can the greatest common factor(GCF) and least common multiple(LCM) of two natural numbers CW: Pkt. 2 Pg. 17 and 30   HW: none

8.22.19  I can the greatest common factor(GCF) and least common multiple(LCM) of two natural numbers CW: Pkt. 2 Pg. 12 and 15, and notes   HW: Pg. 16 #1-3 (#4-6= BARK BUCKS)    **Notes for today have been uploaded

8.21.19  I can find the greatest common factor of 2 natural numbers.   CW: iReady Testing   HW: GCF Practice – GCF Puzzle (Solve all the GCF problems found in the puzzle on a separate sheet of paper.  Use the answer to help put the puzzle in the correct order after cutting out the pieces. (Put the pieces in an envelope or plastic bag)  Word Bank due 8.22.19

8.20.19  I can find the greatest common factor of 2 natural numbers.   CW: iReady Testing   HW: GCF Practice – GCF Puzzle (Solve all the GCF problems found in the puzzle on a separate sheet of paper.  Use the answer to help put the puzzle in the correct order after cutting out the pieces. (Put the pieces in an envelope or plastic bag)  Word Bank due 8.22.19

8.19.19  I can find the greatest common factor of 2 natural numbers.   CW: Pkt. 2 Pg. 10 and 11   HW: GCF Practice (4 problems written on lined paper)  Word Bank due 8.22.19

8.16.19  I can find the prime factorization of a number using a factor tree.  CW: Daily Math Skills, Pkt 2 Pg. 5 and Pg. 29   HW: Word Bank due 8.22.19

8.15.19  I can use my multiplication skills to play multiplication battleship with my partner. CW: Multiplication battleship   HW: Word Bank due 8.22.19

8.14.19  I can understand what it means to find factors and multiples of numbers.  CW: Daily Math Skills, Pkt 2 Pg. 1-3   HW: Blk A: Finish pg. 3 #6, #8-12    Blk B: Finish pg.2

8.8.19 and 8.9.19  I can work with others to solve problems.  CW: “Who Kidnapped the Teacher? ”    HW: None

Science: 

10.10.19 I can identify the parts of a microscope. CW:  Read an article about the microscope, work on the vocabulary (parts of a microscope) play game that reinforces the new vocabulary learned today.  HW: Study for tomorrow’s vocabulary quiz.  (use the worksheet in the binder and/or study by going to google classroom and play game assigned.)

10.9.19  CW:  Went over argument summative, discussed ways to improve and opportunities that will be available to improve skills and scores  HW: none

10.7.19 I.CW:  math all day HW: none

10.1.19 I can construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW:  Revisit Written responses to assessment and correct as needed,  Look over argument paper with the teacher and redo for a chance at a better grade if needed.  HW: none

9.27.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW:   Finish final draft, read article and answer questions, written response question for microbiome unit. HW: none

9.26.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Use the reasoning tool and write a paragraph that supports Subclaim 2 or 3.  Use evidence and explain how your evidence supports the subclaim.  (Rough Draft of summative) HW: none

9.25.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Use the reasoning tool and write a paragraph that supports Subclaim 2 or 3.  Use evidence and explain how your evidence supports the subclaim.  (Rough Draft of summative) HW: none

9.24.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Use the reasoning tool to organize your evidence for  Subclaim 2 or 3.  HW: none

9.23.19  Math All Day  CW:  iReady  HW:   None

9.20.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Reflect on your paragraph, Choose another experiment to analyze  then actively read and analyze an article related to the experiment you and your partner chose  HW: none

9.19.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Use the reasoning tool and write a paragraph that supports Subclaim 1.  Use evidence and explain how your evidence supports the subclaim.  HW: none

9.18.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Use the reasoning tool and explain why the experiments chosen for Subclaim 1 is strong evidence to support the subclaim.  HW: none

9.17.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Write observation notes with partners, slide show and notes on the fecal transfer information  HW: none

9.16.19 I can prepare to construct the final arguments about fecal transplants by analyzing and interpreting data about the effect of a fecal transplant on the microorganisms and bacteria that make up the patient’s gut microbiome (scale, proportion, and quantity; cause and effect).CW: Actively read, “Bacteria:C.difficile. Bottom of pg. 45 of the workbook write important notes you gathered from the article- discuss with a partner.  HW: none

9.12.19 I  can analyze data from an experiment with mice and obtain information from an article to learn about how bacteria interact with the environment of the body and how this can influence an organism’s health(cause and effect). CW:  Warm-up- compare Patient 23 week 5 and week 7 microbiomes, compare and contrast human/mouse gut microbiomes, compare 2 groups of mice infected with salmonella, actively read D1 Environment for salmonella bacteria and answer questions on pg 43 HW: none

9.11.19 I  can evaluate evidence about the effects of antibiotics on the microorganisms that make up the human microbiome (cause and effect) in order to construct explanations that support or refute a claim for how antibiotics cure the infection in the body.  CW:  Card Sort Activity: Claim and relevant vs irrelevant evidence; class discussion; look over patient 23 latest results and record observation HW: Read and annotate handout C1 and C2 then answer the question on pg 38.

9.10.19 I  can evaluate evidence about the effects of antibiotics on the microorganisms that make up the human microbiome (cause and effect) in order to construct explanations that support or refute a claim for how antibiotics cure the infection in the body.  CW:  Intro to argumentative writing, vocabulary, discussions about claim and evidence. HW: none

9.9.19 I  can begin to investigate the effect of using fecal transplants (cause and effect) by analyzing and interpreting data about the microorganisms that make up the gut microbiome in a fecal transplant patient.  CW:  Reread and annotate “Human Microbiome”, focus annotations on the patient 23 information you now have, answer questions with annotations, reflection page  HW: none

9.5.19 I  can actively read and annotate a given text.  CW:  Read and annotate “Human Microbiome”, Discuss strategies with elbow partners, reflect on own  HW: none

9.4.19  I can actively read and annotate a given text.  CW:  Write an answer to chapter 1 question: How small are the microorganisms that live on and in the human body.  Go over day 9 Petrie dish observation, Active Reading Activity   HW: none

8.28.19  I can read, annotate and comprehend an article on cells CW: Read an article on cells with a partner, annotating as they read, then answer questions related to article HW: none

8.27.19  I can understand the scale of microorganisms CW: Draw 2 microorganisms to scale HW: none

8.26.19  I can understand the scale of microorganisms- focus on cells CW: Quick Write- what do you know about cells and questions you have, video on how small is small, resort scale cards, add on three new cards, class use of scale tool HW: none

8.23.19  I can understand the scale of microorganisms CW:  Vocabulary, scale card sort (smallest to largest -visible vs microscopic), Exit ticket (list smallest to largest) HW: none

8.22.19  I can understand the scale of microorganisms CW:  Intro video, slide show introducing scale and microscopic organism, quick write, HW: none

8.21.19  CW:  IReady testing all block   HW: none

8.20.19  CW:  IReady testing all block   HW: none

8.19.19 I can read and comprehend an article as well as use context clues to help with vocabulary  CW: Independently work on vocabulary worksheet and quiz.   HW: none

8.16.19 I can read and comprehend an article as well as use context clues to help with vocabulary  CW: Reread; “Rise of the Robots” article with an elbow partner and answer questions on page 7 in complete sentences with cited evidence, turn-in and independently work on vocabulary worksheet and quiz.   HW: none

8.16.19 I can read and comprehend an article as well as use context clues to help with vocabulary  CW: Reread; “Rise of the Robots” article with an elbow partner and answer questions on page 7 in complete sentences with cited evidence, turn-in and independently work on vocabulary worksheet and quiz.   HW: none

8.15.19  I can read and comprehend an article as well as use context clues to help with vocabulary  CW: Read; “Rise of the Robots” article and discuss with an elbow partner and class   HW: none

8.14.19 I can engage and interact with others.   CW:  Work together to seat in order of birthdays, Name tag presentation to the class.     HW:  none

8.8.19 and 8.9.19  I can engage and interact with others.  I can also work independently and create a name tag that is about me.   CW:  Ice Breaker Activities,  Create a name tag to present to groups on Monday.  HW: Finish name tags,  Get syllabus signed, Get BTS packets signed and turned in  (All Due Monday)

Important Dates:

9/19/19  Pkt 4 Test

9/10/19  Round Table Night

9/5/19  6th grade movie night- more info coming soon

8/14/19 School Pictures

8/13/19  Back to School Night

8/12/19  All paperwork due

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