Tuesday, March 24, 2020

March 24

Hello, 6th grade! Find your tasks for Tuesday, March 24th below:

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Class 604 and 605
Reading/Writing : Students will log into LightSail:
1.Work on reading for a minimum of 40 minutes. 
2. Jot ideas as you read.
3. Choose one idea as you read citing details from the text.

Math - Mr. Fortunat kfortun@schools.nyc.gov - (914)338-8287
Learning Targets:
   * Students will explain how to use parallelograms to find the area of triangles.
   * Students will find the area of triangles by using the area formula.
   * Students will find the missing dimension of triangles given their area.

The lesson will be conducted on zoom at 10:00 AM.
The meeting ID or code is 947 342 1875
As you join, make sure to use your full name to be admitted. This is how attendance will be taken.

Homework Review:
#3 from 3/23/20 Homework. You will be muted during this time.

   *Log to khanacademy.org. Watch the clips (Required). That is the lesson.

Independent Practice:
Do all assigned Exercises in your notebook. For each problem, write the formula. That is how you will remember it. Check the answers on line. Your work is graded automatically on line. So take it seriously.
      604 students > https://www.khanacademy.org/join/P9SK2DGT   the code is P9SK2DGT
      605 students > https://www.khanacademy.org/join/43YJZCY7    the code is 43YJZCY7

Do your work neatly in your notebook. Include a diagram to represent the shape. Take a picture of it and text it to (914)338-8287

#1) Amy needs to order a shade for a triangular-shaped window that has a base of 6 feet and a height of 4 feet. What is the area of the shade?

#2) A triangular sail has a base of length of 2.5 meters. The area of the sail is 3.75 square meters. How tall is the sail?

#3) Use what you know about the area of a parallelogram to explain why the area of a traiangle is  
      A=1/2 base x height

Science:  Contact Ms. S. Mitchell: smitche6@schools.nyc.gov , 631-318-0260, or on Remind. 

Please continue to complete assignment from yesterday (3/23/20). Read and annotate the article," Molecule Collisions and Newton's Cradle." Last, answer the question at the bottom and click Hand In. 

Students who have completed yesterday's assignment, must choose (1) one enrichment activity to be completed today:
  • A- Login to your IXL account ( reach out to me if you don't) and click on Science. After, click Grade 6, then, complete J. Particle motion and energy.  Complete the questions in the set.
  • B- Amplify -Thermal EnergyChapt. 2- Lesson 2.4 -Tab 6 (Family Homework Experience) + question. 
Social Studies:

Theater: Costume and Design
Reminder: Be sure to complete Part I today! If you are having trouble or have questions please email me or call me today between 12pm and 2pm. Have a great day!

Chorus: Melody and Harmony
  Part 2: Due Friday
§  Choose from the two activities Graphic Organizer or Worksheet
§  Log into pupilpath.com to access worksheets and submit

We have a Zoom call!!  Call in during the time your chorus class was assigned. 
604/607 – 1:00 PM
603/606 – 1:30 PM
602/605/610 – 2:00 PM

Physical Education: Good Morning Class 604

Learning Objective:  Students will understand how to take their pulse.

Directions:  Please log on pupilpath for your assignment and submit.


Zoom Meeting Today at 1:00 pm!

Assata Barton is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Dance

Time: Mar 24, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 969 557 2043

Password: 493509

Choreographic Mini Project

Assignment I due Friday, March 27, 2020

Step 1. Select Song from list provided below

v  “Africa” Peter Tosh


v  “Killin Dem” Burna Boy


v  Pull Up Burna Boy


v  Stand Up- Cynthia Erivo


Step 2. Notate the songs structure ex: A, B, A1, C, A2, D

Step 3. Identify the mood of the song

Step 4. Make a list of energy qualities that complement the song and energy qualities that contrast with the song.

Submit assignment through https://pupilpath.skedula.com/

Contact me at abartonrichardson@schools.nyc.gov with any and all questions.

Art Literacy 605
Contact me with any questions abartonrichardson@schools.nyc.gov

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