Topics in ELA for the week * Figurative Language in poems *SOAPSTone on poems * "Hope is a thing with feathers" by Emily Dickinson *"Swish, Boom, Crunch, Howl" Hayden Myer *Begin March Madness Brackets
*Homework for EVERY NIGHT is to read for 20 minutes. Independent Reading Book (IRB) #6 is due March 14th* ***Only 10 Think Marks needed for IRB #6 and no graphic organizer required*** Monday 3/18 : 1) Read 20 min each night. 2) Figurative language and SOAPSTone assessment on Thursday 3) Independent SOAPSTone on Friday Tuesday 3/19:
IRB 7 is due April 9 (need 10 thinkmarks
Figurative language and SOAPSTone assessment on Thursday
Independent SOAPSTone on Friday
Wednesday 3/20: 1) 2) Thursday, 3/21: 1)
Friday, 3/22: 1)
Mrs. Aulisio email@example.com Help sessions: Tuesday 7:30- 8:00 am and 2:30-3:00 pm Reminder: Only students who fill out the extra help survey are allowed to attend extra help. The survey must be submitted by 9:00 pm Monday. Survey must be completed using an egsd account.
IXL Directions: 1. Click on the link above 2. username is first initial + last name (for example: Jack White = jwhite) 3. password is your lunch code or password from 5th grade 4. Once logged into IXL, click on Language Arts and go to 6th grade. At this point the topics/concepts are listed alphabetically.
Cole Library Home Page (RICAT) Use this page to request a book to pick up in the library, read recommendations from other students or visit a variety of useful links that can help you while researching, writing, etc.
Rhode Island Libraries Homepage Want to listen to stories while you are on the go? Download some ebooks or take out some books on cd from a local library. Type in your library card number and you can request thousands of audio books that can be delivered right to your local library! Also a great resource if you want a book our school library doesn't have right now.
Free Rice Do some good and improve your vocabulary at the same time! For every correct answer you select on Free Rice, ten grains of rice will be donated to the United Nations World Food Program. For every ten right answers you select, one full bowl of rice will be given to someone who would otherwise be going hungry.