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Room 206 Grade 5/6: Ms. De Gagne

December 21, 2023


  • Programs are integrated and adapted to meet the needs and grade level of students during the academic year.
  •  Students continue to set achievable goals. In setting goals, students look at what they can do and the areas where they can improve to become more successful in their learning.
  • Students are encouraged to achieve excellence and work toward meeting grade level expectations.
  • The Manitoba Curriculum is used in planning concepts/activities in all subjects


  • Consistent punctuality and attendance and a positive attitude towards learning are important for success and help students to have more instruction/learning time.
  • Neatness, proper presentation and organization of work are always stressed in all subjects.
  • Students leave toys, cell phones, games, junk food and gum at home.
  • Be respectful to students and adults.
  • Bring a bottle of water for drinking in class.

To improve reading and comprehension fluency in all subject areas

  • Students are encouraged to practice their reading skills at school and at home every day. Use appropriate level texts suited to their present reading level.
  • Students are in different reading and Math programs to match their instructional level.
  • Students use computer programs that are assigned to them to practice their listening, writing, reading, comprehension and Math skills
  • Daily writing activities to improve writing skills.
  • Improve understanding in number sense, measurement, patterns and relations, shape and space and statistics and probability through word problems and activities in Math.


If you have any questions please feel free to talk to me.

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