SIXTH GRADE

Room 214

Mon @ 8:45, Tues @ 10:20, Thurs @ 11:05, Fri @ 8:00

Room 216

Mon @ 10:20, Tues @ 8:00, Thurs @ 8:45, Fri @ 12:45

Room 218

Mon @ 11:05, Tues @ 8:45, Thurs @ 8:00, Fri @ 1:50

WEEK 17 - JANUARY 6-10, 2020 TO WEEK 21 - FEBRUARY 4-7, 2020

Coding Quest Project - Game Design Title Page and Logo + Code Your Game

Students will compare and contrast various video game covers and logos, pulling out key design characteristics. They will then design their own video game cover for the idea that they developed in their snapshot. 

Coding Quest Project - Game Story Summary + Code Your Game

Students write a game story describing what is happening during the game. Students should refer back to their planned video game and then write their story in paragraph form. 

Coding Quest Project - Game Instructions + Code Your Game

At this point, students are creating their games and will need to create playing instructions. Students will answer some questions and then use that information to craft instructions to be uploaded to their Scratch project page. This section should also include sources for any graphics they used and credit anyone who has helped with their game. 

Coding Quest - Arcade Preparation + Code Your Game

Students are almost ready to present their video game at the Arcade. At this point, students should begin creating advertising for their game using a display board that showcases the entire project (inquiry question, research, story, instructions, logo, game cover, coding and plenty of pics). Students should also put together a 30-second elevator pitch to present to the gamers at the Arcade. 

PRACTICE FOR CARIBOU MATH CONTEST @ WWW.CARIBOUTESTS.COM - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

Coding Quest Project

Student Booklet DUE FEBRUARY 6

Video Game DUE FEBRUARY 7 (weekend extension until FEBRUARY 10)

BackBoard Display DUE FEBRUARY 10

Arcade Showcase FEBRUARY 10

WEEK 22 - FEBRUARY 10-14, 2020

CODING QUEST ARCADE SHOWCASE IN LIBRARY (FEBRUARY 10)

Unit 12.1 to 12.3: Precipitation, Sublimation and Freeze-Drying p.1-6

Objective: Explain separation techniques such as precipitation, sublimation and freeze-drying and their daily applications.

Activity 12.1: Precipitation p.1-2

Aim: To understand the separation technique of precipitation and its daily applications

Activity 12.2: Sublimation p.3-4

Aim: To investigate the separation technique of sublimation in dry ice

At A Glance Flow Chart p.7 Science Glossary p.8

HW: Unit 12 Self-Check (handout)

Unit 13.1: Gravitational Force p.10

Objective: Investigate the relationship between gravitational force, the movement of objects and energy.

Unit 13.2: Frictional Force p.11-12

Objective: Investigate the relationship between frictional force, the movement of objects and energy.

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, FEB 27

Unit 12: Separation Techniques and Unit 13: Forces

WEEK 23 - FEBRUARY 17-21, 2020

Activity 13.1: Gravitational Force p.5

Aim: To observe the effect of gravity on objects

Unit 13.3: Magnetic Force p.13

Objective: Investigate the relationship between magnetic force, the movement of magnetic objects and energy.

Activity 13.3: Unravel The Puzzle p.8-9

Aim: To understand magnetic force and its relationship with movement and energy

Activity 13.4: Magnetic Force p.10

Aim: To understand how magnetic forces work

Unit 13.4: Motion of A Pendulum and A Parachute p.14-16

Objective: Investigate factors that affect the motion of a pendulum and a parachute.

Activity 13.5: Motion of A Pendulum p.11-12

Aim: To find out how the length of the string affects the motion of a pendulum 

At A Glance Flow Chart p.17 Science Glossary p.18

HW: Unit 13 Self-Check (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, FEB 27

Unit 12: Separation Techniques and Unit 13: Forces

PRACTICE FOR CARIBOU MATH CONTEST @ WWW.CARIBOUTESTS.COM - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 24 - FEBRUARY 24-27, 2020

Review Unit 12: Separation Techniques and Unit 13: Forces

Explore Learning Gizmo: Force and Fan Carts - www.explorelearning.com

Aim: To determine that a force is needed to cause a change in motion. To understand that friction is a force resisting motion. To see that a moving object will continue at constant speed if no forces are acting upon it. To understand the relationship between speed, position and time.

Unit 12: Separation Techniques and Unit 13: Forces TEST

SCIENCE​

TECHNOLOGY

 

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