Document 6473353


Document 6473353
We Believe
Every Student
Is Valuable
Children learn and express
knowledge in a multitude of
All students are entitled to
a well-rounded education
that includes academics,
fine arts, physical and
emotional education.
Learning is a collaborative
process involving home,
school and the community
It is the responsibility of the
school to provide diverse
learning opportunities.
School success promotes
lifelong learning and responsible citizens.
With effort and encouragement, every student can
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Perform and identify (Ti-rim and Tim-ri)
Study the history of keyboard instruments
Recognize chord changes and build triads of I, IV and V chords
Define and demonstrate whole and half steps
All people deserve respect,
consideration and appreciation
Bristol School District No. 1
Perform, notate and define a major and minor scale
Sixth Grade
Study the history of musical theatre
Define and use Italian terminology
Study the progression of music through the 20th Century
Physical Education
Demonstrate and identify activities needed to fulfill a health
related fitness plan
Self-access all areas of health related fitness
Explore a personal fitness plan
Participate in team building through physical challenges
Demonstrate fair play and good sportsmanship
Show body control and balance through a set of tumbling
skills and is challenged to explore principles of body
Identify skills while evaluating another student’s
Perform a sequence of rhythmic movements in dance
Explore striking patterns of a variety of rackets and paddles
with various balls and shuttles
Practice and demonstrate the skills needed in individual and
team sports
Demonstrate knowledge of rules of formal sports
Formulate and use game strategies
Use a variety of clay hand building techniques to create a
three dimensional project
Create art that combines imagination, personal style and
knowledge of art concepts
Mix shades and tints of colors when painting
Arrange and organize space using balance, repetition and
variation of size and direction to create interest on a picture
Use diminishing size and overlapping to create the illusion
of depth on a two dimensional surface
Utilize the elements of art in both two-dimensional and
three-dimensional artwork
Utilize the rules of one point perspective
Demonstrate the knowledge of glazes and underglazes
when working with clay
To provide high academic
standards and expectations,
positive attitudes and values,
and a safe environment to
empower students for life-long
Language Arts
Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening
Through investigatory activities, identify and apply the steps of the
scientific method
Solve whole number division problems
Demonstrate an understanding of literary terms
Design methods to display data collected through scientific
investigation such as in tables, graphs, and charts
Apply and use active reading strategies for a given piece of
fiction or non-fiction literature
Justify the use of technology in science
Solve all division, subtraction, multiplication and addition problems
using decimals
Implement current techniques in scientific investigation
Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators
Individually select books of high interest levels and different
genres for independent reading
Describe the properties of water
Convert mixed numbers into improper fractions and vice-versa
Understand waters distribution on Earth paying particular attention
to its necessity and therefore usage of by all life
Calculate prime factorization of a number with and without exponents
Identify the main ideas and sequence of events in literary and
informational texts
Evaluate how the different bodies of water and the forces held
within affect Earth (i.e. climate, erosion, etc.)
Use context clues and structural analysis to determine the
meaning of words and phrases
Make inferences about story elements, text features,
author’s tone, style and point of view
Answer higher level questions regarding literature
Analyze stated or implied theme, message or main idea
Identify implied relationships (cause/effect, compare/contrast)
Explain how Earth’s orientation in the solar system affects Earth’s
Identify what determines the strength of the force of gravity using
the sun, moon, earth system
Explore the moon and its relationship to Earth
Investigate rockets and how they have affected what we know about
Demonstrate an understanding of poetry and prose
Explain and apply writing term (hook, introduction, body,
conclusion, key words, transition words, topic sentence)
Use the writing process (pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing
and publishing) to compose coherent grade level appropriate
Write descriptive and narrative essays
Apply the 6&1 Traits of Writing
Edit written works for spelling, grammar and punctuation
Diagram sentences
Consult resource materials to assist in all work
Use knowledge of word structure to determine the meaning
of words and phrases including contractions, compound words,
affixes and root words
Write a business letter
Solve problems by adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing
negative numbers
Solve one-step and two-step number stories with numbers, fractions
and decimals
Identify place value through trillions and trillionths
Compare and order whole numbers, decimals and fractions and be
able to convert from one to the other
Restate fractions to decimals and vice-versa
Rename fractions into lowest terms
Find equivalent fractions
Evaluate the purpose of space exploration
Identify whether a number is prime or composite
Discuss current events in science and how these events influence
our lives as well as our future
Use and understand the terms numerator/denominator
Develop problem-solving strategies
Apply calculator functions in problem-solving
Make connections to text (text-text, text to world, text to self)
Summarize important ideas and events
Solve whole number multiplication problems
Social Studies
Develop an understanding of the five themes of geography (location,
place, movement, human/environment interaction and region)
Be able to identify Greatest Common Factors and Least Common
Estimate sums, differences, products and quotients
Use formulas to determine area, perimeter and circumferences
Use the five themes of geography to analyze the ten ancient
civilizations (Ancient Egypt, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient India,
Ancient China, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Ancient Arabia,
Medieval Europe-The Renaissance, Culture and Empires of Africa,
Culture and Empires of Asia
Simplify algebraic expressions
Develop and utilize note-taking skills
Express data through the use of ratios
Understand and apply strategies to demonstrate cause and effect,
compare and contrast, time lines, chronological sequence of events
Be able to find the mean, median, mode, maximum and range of
a set of numbers
Use a map key, scale, compass rose and map grid
Read and plot ordered pairs in appropriate quadrants
Discuss how physical geography effects the development of ancient
Describe how religion had a major effect on early civilizations society
and social structure
Compare and contract the five major forms of government created
in ancient civilizations (Monarchy, City-State (Polis), Oligarchy,
Dictatorship, Democracy)
Solve problems using order of operations including exponents and
Solve inequalities
Create and understand bar graphs, circle graphs, line graphs and
line plots
Collect, organize and interpret data
Use a percent circle to find data of a circle graph
Solve problems using ratios, proportions and rates
Measure using appropriate U.S. customary units to nearest 1/16 inch
Measure and construct angles and line segments
Identify faces, edges and vertices in 3 dimensional shapes
Define diameter and radius of a circle
Identify angles and angle pairs
Identify parallel lines, transversals/perpendicular lines
Identify types of triangles and congruent polygons
Create scale drawings