Welcome to 6th Grade
WELCOME TO SIXTH GRADE AT IMMANUEL!
You will find important information about sixth grade on this website. Please take some time and explore this page.
It will be updated monthly
- 3/22/18 - Half-day/Parent Teacher Conferences; Pep Rally at 10:45; Spirit Wear Day
- 3/23/18 - No school/Parent Teacher Conferences
- 3/29/18 - No school/Maundy Thursday
- 3/30 - 4/8/18 - No school/Easter Vacation
- 4/13/18 - Spirit Day
- 4/23/18 - Half-day/Teacher In-service
- 5/2/18 - Piasecki Classroom Chapel
- 5/4/18 - Spirit Day/3-5th grade musical
- 5/17/18 - Art Show and Music Concert
- 5/28/18 - Memorial Day - No school
- 5/29/18 - Wax Museum - all day; details will come home
- 5/30/18 - School Picnic
- 5/31/18 - Last day of school; dismissal at 11:16
- Spelling - tests are every Friday
- Memory - tests are every Tuesday and Friday
- 6P Math - Thursday, March 22 Chapter 3
- Science - Thursday, March 29 Chapter 12 Earthquakes
Curriculum - 6th Grade
Religion - The religion lessons contain a thought-provoking approach to the Bible text or topic, life-related activities, and memory verses that will help students learn more about God's love for them in Jesus Christ. The lessons will assist them in applying Biblical truths to their lives. The 6th grade curriculum uses the text Applying Luther’s Catechism by Concordia Publishing House as our guide.
Math – The concepts covered are decimal operations, expressions and equations, integers, fractions, ratios, proportions, percents, and geometry.
- Literature/Reading – The students spend a large portion of their time independently reading at their level and their interests to build them as readers. Students will also study poetry, drama, short stories, the novel, non-fiction, and folk tales written by classic and contemporary authors. Mini lessons on reading strategies, literary elements, and skills are an integral part of the classroom. Incorporated within this framework are four classroom novels.
- English - The first year in a three year series studying the fundamentals of the English language. Students study the grammar, usage, and mechanics of the English language.
- Writing – Writing is incorporated throughout the school year in the context of what they are studying in English. They will write personal narratives, persuasive pieces, as well as a character analysis paper. The writing curriculum concludes with a research paper on a historical figure, and a public speaking experience via a Historical Wax Museum.
- Spelling - This subject is taught through phonics and word parts. It is taught by practice and tests.
Social Studies - Sixth grade concentrates on world history from ancient times to the Middle Ages. Experiential learning includes cuneiform writing, pyramid building, Greek mythology plays, and a Medieval Festival.
Science – In sixth grade, students will study earth science. Topics include: elements, minerals, rocks, earthquakes, volcanoes, and culminates with a study on creation and Noah’s Flood and its geological impact.
Physical Education -Students participate in physical education activities twice a week.
Computers – Students attend a weekly computer class on a variety of topics.
Fine Arts - Students may choose electives from the following courses: advanced band, choir, music appreciation, hand bells, world news, and study hall.
Art - The sixth grade art program includes drawing technique, a variety of art medium and technique, and the emphasis of the seven elements of art.
3/22 #46 *this is a Thursday
3/29/18 #48 *this is a Thursday
5/18/18 #60 *final memory
6th Graders will be taking the "Cultural Tour" this year!
- We will go to Cranbrook in the Fall to correlate with our Minerals and Rocks unit in Earth Science.
- We will go to Meadowbrook Theatre in the winter to see A Christmas Carol. The students will read the story in literature class prior to the trip.
- We also added a two additional movie visits after reading the novel Wonder in fifth grade, and A Wrinkle in Time in sixth grade, we went to see both movies at the theatre.