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Room 15 - A. Grimsley Gr. 6

November 15, 2022

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Grade 6     Mr. A. Grimsley

Welcome to Room 15

Subjects your child will study:

        MATH:

  • Number Sense which includes place value, basic arithmetic, fractions and decimals
  • Patterns and Relations which includes determining patterns, missing values and algebra
  • Shape and Space which includes measurement, geometry and transformations
  • Statistics and Probability which includes data collection, graphing, chance and uncertainty
  • Basic Facts including multiplication, division, addition & subtraction
     

    LANGUAGE ARTS:

    Our classroom will be bustling with literacy activities. Reading, writing, spelling, drawing, talking, listening and investigating will be the cornerstones of our learning. Our goals will be achieved through various assignments and projects throughout the year.

    My expectation is that students read a minimum of 20 minutes each night at home (M-F)

    SOCIAL STUDIES:
     – History of Canada from Confederation (1867) to the present

    FRENCH:
    - basic vocabulary and grammar

    SCIENCE: 
     – Solar System, Electricity, Diversity of Living Things, Flight
     
    HEALTH:

         - social skills, including communication, personal safety and mental health

Assessment in Room 15 is an ongoing process that includes the Learning Pathway (Math), CAP (Comprehensive Assessment Program), daily assignments, small group work and projects. Students will be taught how to assess their own learning so they can move their learning forward.

Homework– When homework is assigned, it is expected that each student complete the homework for the next school day. If assignments are not completed in class, it is expected they are completed at home and returned the next school day.

Attendance- One of the most important things your child can do to achieve academic success is also one of the most basic: going to school every day. By attending class regularly, your child is more likely to keep up with the daily lessons and assignments, and take quizzes and tests on time. Just by being present at school, your child is learning how to be a good citizen by participating in the school community, learning valuable social skills, and developing a broader worldview.
 

Please make your child's school attendance a priority by helping them get to school on time every day.

** Students in Room 15 are expected to be Respectful, Responsible and Resourceful, and should not disrupt the learning of others. **

If at any point in the school year you need to reach me, feel free to telephone the school at (204) 783-6195, or email me at agrimsley@wsd1.org.

Visit  http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/index.html for more detailed curriculum information.


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