Readers are Leaders       
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Updated Aril 10 , 2017

Homework:
                        Vocabulary Test  Next test will be over Unit 9/10 after Easter,
Students will have a vocabulary test every two weeks.
Students should complete a reading passage weekly for reading homework.  www.digitalreadworks.org/students 

This weeks passage is: Army Dad - due Thursday  by 9:00


Classroom codes :
Blanton- DHPR2Y          Fernadez- 6VV6CO
Linton- QQDA4R           Ms. D- R3RJWN

Our schedule is as follows:
9:00 - 10:05            1st Period
10:10- 11:15             2nd Period  ( specials for Blanton's HB)
11:20- 11:50            Advisement
11:55-1:35              3rd Period and lunch ( 12:10- 12:40)
1:40- 2:45              4th Period
2:50-3:55               5th Period
3:55                           Dismissal







 





The best way to be a better reader--- READ Read READ








Read the Book!! It's always better than the movie!!


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6th Grade Language Arts Teacher
Vogel

Conference- 10:00 -11:15
8:00 - 8:30



Please check your students planner on a regular basis. They are supposed to be filling it out in class.


Literacy Websites

Parents' Choice Foundation: www.parents-choice.org
The Foundation's mission is to provide parents with information to participate wisely in their children's learning outside the classroom.

United Through Reading:

United Through reading's mission is to facilitate supportive relationships for children through families and friends reading aloud with them.

Reading is Fundamental: www.rif.org

This literacy organization has a great new site for children and parents called, "Leading to Reading".


A fun online alternative to Mad Libs

SEDL Tips for Parents: http://www.sedl.org/new/pressrelease/20070821 130.html
This site contains additional ways to help children develop reading skills.

Vocabulary Practice: www.freerice.com
For each word answered correctly 20 grains of rice are donated to the UN World Food Program to help end hunger.

A-Z Vocabulary: http;//www.vocabularya-z.com/

Here is a great website for the Mystery word of the Week. It's free and on the Vocabulary A-Z webpage.

What Should I Read Next?




Check out the following websites for book recommendations and reviews!
















































 

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