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Ms. Valente

Hello! Welcome to 6th Grade! 

I am very happy and excited to be one of your sixth grade teachers this year.  Let me introduce myself.  I have been in education and teaching for 16 years, most of which were elementary but I have recently had the opportunity to work in and teach middle school over the past year.  I have taught in Johnston County for 15 years. I attended Slippery Rock University and come to North Carolina via Pennsylvania, where I am from originally. GO STEELERS!!!

“The roots of true achievement lie in the will to become the best that you can become.”

Harold Taylor

 

 

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    1st period    ~   7:55-8:00: HR

    2nd Period   ~   8:02-9:12: Social Studies

    3rd Period    ~  9:14-9:44:  ER

    4th Period    ~  9:46-10:56:  Social Studies

    5th Period    ~  10:58-12:41: Language Arts/Lunch

                                  6th Lunch: 12:08-12:38

    6th Period    ~  12:43-1:53(6th Electives)

    7th Period    ~  1:55-3:05:  Language Arts

     

    Bus Rider Dismissal 3:05

    Car Rider Dismissal 3:10

     

  • globe    Ancient World History    globe

    The focus for sixth grade social studies is to expand students’ understanding of history through the study of people and events before the era of European exploration and settlement. This study focuses not only on the significance of geography in the development of the human story but also on the everyday lives, problems, and accomplishments of the people and their roles in developing social, economic, and political structures of the major civilizations.

     Week of 1/22-1/29

    We will begin our unit study of Ancient India.  We will start with the geogrpahy of India.  They will analyze the Indus river Valley and the importance of geogrpahy in the success of a civilization.  Then we will look at different empires/religions that existed in India.  

     

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    ELA/Reading

    The purpose of reading/language arts in grade 6 students is to read and work with texts of appropriate complexity and integrate language arts study in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language.  The content will include, but not be limited to, the active reading of varied texts, analysis of literature and informational texts, writing for varied purposes, effective listening, speaking, and viewing strategies.

     

    Week of 1/22-1/29

    • We are finishing up with our mid year iReady testing
    • We will begin reading a novel for the beginning of this quarter.
    • This week we will focus on some pre-reading activities to prepare us for our novel.

     

     

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