• Final Week (June 8-11)

     

    *Please make sure you have turned in your textbook to the library if you checked one out at the beginning of the year.

    *For this last week, I ask you to:

    • Choose ONE of the IXL skills listed below to practice:

    -AA.3 Write inequalities from number lines

    -AA.5 Graph solutions to one-step inequalities

    -Z.8 Solve one-step equations: word problems

    • Practice iReady lessons for at least 45 minutes this week. It would be extremely beneficial for you to continue practicing iReady over the summer.

    I am saddened by the way this school year is ending, and I hope that you and your families are all safe and that I will get to see you in person some time soon!

    Have a wonderful summer!!

     

    Week of June 1-5

     

    Friday, June 5

    (Learning Activity-LA)

    • Practice: iReady lessons-try to get to 45 minutes for the week.
    • If you checked out a Big Ideas textbook from the library at the beginning of the year, please turn it in!

    Thursday, June 4

    (Instructional Task-IT)

    • Lesson 7.7 Solving Inequalities: READ Textbook pages 340-341. Pay attention to the example videos if you are able to access the online book.
    • Practice: IXL AA.4 Solve one-step inequalities

    Wednesday, June 3

    (Learning Activity-LA)

    • Lesson 7.6 Solving Inequalities: READ Textbook pages 334-335. Pay attention to the example videos in the lesson from the online version.
    • Practice: Textbook Page 336 #5-15 ODD. Check your answers here when you're done.

    Tuesday, June 2

    (Instructional Task-IT)

    • WATCH video on Plotting Inequalities in Google Classroom
    • Practice: IXL AA.2 Graphing Inequalities on Number Lines

    Monday, June 1

    (Learning Activity-LA)

    • Lesson 7.5 Inequalities: READ textbook pages 326-328. Pay attention to the example videos in the online textbook.
    • Practice: Textbook Pages 329-330 #17-24 ALL. Check answers here when you're done.

    For previous weeks, click the 2nd Semester Planner Notes Tab on the left.

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    Recommended (Optional) Daily Schedule for At Home Learning:

    8:00-8:45

    Morning Routine

    Eat breakfast, brush teeth, bathe, dress, make your bed, brisk walk outside

    8:45-9:45

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    ELA

    ELA Instructional Task, Reading, Reading Log, Writing/Journal Task, ELA Learning Activity

    9:45-10:30

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    Elective(s)

    Elective Instructional Task or Independent Reading of Choice or Creative Time

    10:30-11:00

    Break/Help at Home

    Wipe down counters, tables, chairs; load/unload dishwasher; vacuum; wipe down door handles and light switches; tidy up your room and/or the family spaces.

    11:00-12:00

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    Math

    Math Instructional Task or Learning Activity

    12:00-12:30

    Lunch

    Clean up after yourself 

    12:30-1:30

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    PE/Health

    PE Activities; walk/play outside

    1:30-2:30

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    Science

    Science Instructional Task or Learning Activity

    2:30-3:30

    (20 minutes recommend, try not to exceed one hour)

    SS

    SS Instructional Task or Learning Activity

    3:30-4:30

    Exercise/Brain Breaks

     

     

    Dinner

     

    Approx. 6:00-9:30

    TV/Devices/Family Games/30 minutes free reading

     

    *Please take breaks, go outside or rest as needed. 20 minutes spent on each academic subject is sufficient

    Class schedule
      
    Period 1:   6th Grade Math  
    Period 2:   Plan     
    Period 3:   6th Grade Math
    Period 4:   6th Grade Math
    Period 5:   6th Grade Math
    Period 6:   6th Grade Math
     
    Biography

    Mrs. Byrd grew up in University Place, WA and attended Curtis High School. She is married with two children, Benjamin and Mia. 

    • Bachelor's degree in History at the University of Oregon in 2000
    • Masters in Teaching through City University in 2003.
    • Highly Qualified in Washington state as a math teacher in 2007. 
    • Professional Certification as a Washington state teacher through PLU in 2011.