Homeworkmr. Mingolello's 5th And 6th Grade Ela

Posted : admin On 13.09.2021

Curriculum Refresh

  1. Homeworkmr. Mingolello's 5th And 6th Grade Ela English
  2. Homeworkmr. Mingolello's 5th And 6th Grade Ela Students

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Homeworkmr. Mingolello's 5th And 6th Grade Ela English

Spend time with your parents, family and friends to get the work done. Ask for help at home, blog questions about the homework and utilize this website's resources to help you successfully complete your task. Remember, homework counts for 25% of your final marking period grade and if complete, is your gateway to better grade.

  1. Virtual Lessons & Team Work-At-A-Glance Assignments can be found in the chart below. Tests, quizzes and projects are highlighted in red. Important Students Links and Info, Guidelines HERE for Zoom Classroom. ALL classes recorded. Week of Jan 18, 2021 (Archived lessons posted below) Course.
  2. English Language Arts/Literacy. ELA Common Core Standards; ELA - New Illinois Learning Standards; ELA Illinois Model Content Frameworks. Second Grade; Third Grade; Fourth Grade; Fifth Grade; Sixth Grade; Seventh Grade; Eighth Grade. District 15 Curriculum 1011 N. McHenry, IL 60050.

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Daily Homework Assignments:
It is very important that students get into the habit of recording their homework assignments in their homework agendas daily. They are given five minutes at the end of each class to copy down homework from the whiteboard.

Other Important Information:
Reading Daily and Reading Logs
It is very important that our students read every day. To help them accomplish this, they are expected to read for 25-30 minutes each night, fill out their reading logs, and have them signed by an adult in the family. These reading logs will be discussed during parent/teacher conferences and count as part of their homework grade for each quarter. Reading logs, as well as reader’s notebooks, should be taken home and returned daily.

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Homeworkmr. Mingolello's 5th And 6th Grade Ela Students

Reader’s and Writer’s Notebooks
Each student is required to have two 5 subject spiral notebooks for language arts. On the cover of one it should have their name and “Reader’s Notebook” written on it, and on the other notebook it should have their name and “Writer’s Notebook” written on it. They will be used to take notes during daily lessons.

These notebooks will be checked routinely and count as part of your student’s participation grade. They will also be a great way for you to look through and get a better sense of what it is they’re learning. So be sure to sit down with your student and page through their Reader’s Notebook with them every once in a while and have them explain some of the things they’re doing or have done in language arts.

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Additional Assignments
In addition to reading for 25-30 minutes every night and filling out their reading logs, on most days students will have a reading/writing assignment that connects to the lesson we learned that day. Often times these assignments will be completed in either their Reader’s Notebook or their Writer’s Notebook.

Grading Scale:
A 100-90
B 89-80
C 79-70
D 69-60
F 59-0

Grading Rubric for Participation (scale out of 10):
10 = Student makes an honest effort, successfully demonstrates that they understand the skill or strategy that they are working on, and contributes positively to the overall learning of the classroom by staying focused on their task, helping others, and participating in reflective discussions about their work.
9 = Student makes an honest effort, demonstrates that they understand most of the skill or strategy that they are working on, and contributes some to the overall learning of the classroom.
8 = Student makes an effort but is not consistent, has some difficulty demonstrating that they understand the skill or strategy that they are working on, and contributes some to the overall learning of the classroom.
7 = Student’s effort is minimal, has difficulty demonstrating that they understand the skill or strategy that they are working on, and doesn’t contribute to the overall learning of the classrroom.
6 = Student’s effort is minimal, does not understand the skill or strategy that they are working on, and doesn’t contribute to the overall learning of the classroom.
5 = Student makes no effort, does not understand the skill or strategy that they are working on, and contributes negatively to the overall learning of the classroom by distracting others.