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Welcome to Cobb 6th Grade Subject

Mr. Aguocha
Room: 305
832-386-2100
caguocha@galenaparkisd.com

Blue Days                                                     Red Days
1                                                                             6
2                                                                             7 Conference
3                                                                             8
4                                                                             9
5 Conference                                                          10

Brief Outline of Scope and Sequence
Unit 1 Fiction and Poetry 

Unit 2 Fiction and Expository

Unit 3 Fiction and Non-Fiction 

Unit 4 Poetry and Fiction

Unit 5 Poetry and Fiction 

Unit 6 Informational and Non-Fiction

Unit 7 Drama and Fiction

 Unit 8 Informational and Non-Fiction

Unit 9: February Persuasive

Unit 10: February-March Persuasive and Poetry

 Unit 11: March Persuasive, Media, and Poetry

Unit 12: April Persuasive and Expository

Unit 13a: May Informational

Unit 13b: May-June Fiction, Poetry, and Media

Classroom/School Rules


1.
Be in your assigned seat or assigned location ready to work when the tardy bell rings.
2.
Bring paper, pencils, books and all needed supplies every day.
3.
Keep hands, feet, books and objects to yourself.
4.
No swearing, rude gestures, teasing or put-downs.
5.
Follow the teacher's directions.
6.
Use restroom before entering classrooms and always have your library book.

Grading Procedures




Grade Percentages:
Tests/Projects  
40%
Class work/Quizzes/Daily Grade
50%
       Homework
10%
*Any Assignments that is not turned in on the due date will be assessed a 10-point penalty per day for 5 days. After that time any assignment may be turned in prior to the last week of the marking period for a maximum grade of 50.

At the beginning of each class period students will write their homework in their agenda. The students can record all assignments and grades in the agenda. You can look in the agenda to keep current on your child's progress in math. When a student is absent, he/she should check with a classmate, the teacher or the homework board to bring the agenda up to date. This will tell the student which assignments he/she has missed.

Class Attendance & Makeup Work
It is very important for students to be in class every day. Explanations that take place during class are not easily made up. Try to avoid absences or setting appointments during the math class period. It is the responsibility of the student to get their makeup assignments when absent. This includes copying notes they have missed from another student. Students are allowed two days for the fist day of absence and one day for each additional absence to complete work missed. Work that was assigned before the absence is due when the student returns to school.

Makeup Test
Student need to make arrangements to make up a test either before school, during electives, and/or during a portion of the class period at the teacher's discretion.

Test Corrections
Students will need to correct the problems missed and analyze why they missed the problem the first time. The test and corrections must be signed by the parent and returned according to Student/Parent/Teacher Agreement or Detention will be assigned.





Tutorials and Extra Help
Students must listen carefully in class and take notes. If they do not understand what is being explained, please encourage your child to ASK QUESTIONS. Tutorials will be held after school on Tuesday from 3:55-4:55. Students may attend tutorials with a written pass from the parent or teacher.

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