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6th Grade Full Curriculum Homeschool Learning Pod: Marking Period 5

Sarah Ponessa, M. Ed
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(193)
This comprehensive five-part course encompasses the entire 6th grade curriculum, including Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies! Miss Sarah holds national certifications in both general and special education.

Class experience

US Grade 6
30 lessons//6 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Review Word Problems
Lesson 2
Language Arts
Descriptive Writing
Lesson 3
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 4
Living and Non-Living Things
Lesson 5
Social Studies
Politics in the United States (Political Parties)
 Week 2
Lesson 6
Money Word Problems
Lesson 7
Language Arts
Riddles and Brain Teasers - Writing with Description
Lesson 8
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 9
Characteristics of Life
Lesson 10
Social Studies
Major Political Parties in the United States (One Big Party)
 Week 3
Lesson 11
2D and 3D Shapes - Nets and Measurements
Lesson 12
Language Arts
1st Person Narrative - Graphic Organizer
Lesson 13
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 14
Building Blocks of Life
Lesson 15
Social Studies
Major Political Parties in the United States (One Big Party)
 Week 4
Lesson 16
Introduction to Probability
Lesson 17
Language Arts
Writing a 1st Person Narrative - Riddle Based
Lesson 18
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 19
Classifying Living Things
Lesson 20
Social Studies
Checks and Balances
 Week 5
Lesson 21
Compound Events and Variables
Lesson 22
Language Arts
Editing Narratives
Lesson 23
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 24
Life Cycle of a Butterfly
Lesson 25
Social Studies
Student Government
 Week 6
Lesson 26
Review Probability
Lesson 27
Language Arts
Sharing Short Stories
Lesson 28
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
Lesson 29
Life Cycle of a Frog
Lesson 30
Social Studies
Voting and Debate
Students will demonstrate the fundamental standards across all subjects relevant to sixth grade. Exiting class, students will exude confidence in their capacity to tackle math, language arts, science, social studies, and social skills tasks suited to their age and grade level.
As a certified educator, Miss Sarah holds qualifications to teach general education, special education, music education, and Spanish across grades pre-K through 12. Since graduating in 2016, she has continuously pursued professional development opportunities, attending conferences and delivering presentations. Miss Sarah's educational journey includes in-depth studies of world views, music, and politics, enabling her to understand diverse cultures, their values, and their histories.

In her role as a special education teacher, Miss Sarah is adept at tailoring assignments to accommodate varying student abilities. Furthermore, she holds certifications in curriculum development and design for both general and special education settings. In traditional classroom settings, Miss Sarah has taught captivating lessons on the history of ancient European and African cultures, traditions, and music. Additionally, she has led engaging unit studies on topics such as slavery, abolitionism, the Civil War, and the Underground Railroad.
Homework Offered
Each week, students will receive one homework assignment for each subject, with a maximum time commitment of 30 minutes per subject. Additionally, students will engage in diverse projects both in-class and outside of class. A calendar outlining due dates for book club readings and major projects will be provided for easy reference.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Students will undergo assessment via mini projects, experiments, and weekly homework tasks. Furthermore, they will engage in assessments through interactive games such as Nearpods, Kahoots, Spelling Bees, and reading circles.
Grades Offered
At the conclusion of each marking period, students and parents will receive a detailed report card containing one grade per subject along with a final average, accompanied by personalized comments. Intermittent progress reports will be available upon request.
In this class, every student is valued and supported. With a diversified approach, Sarah ensures that each student receives the time and resources they need to succeed. From adjusted assignments to flexible deadlines guided by students.
Students joining this class must have successfully completed fifth grade or an equivalent curriculum to ensure readiness for the material covered.
When experiments are planned, parents will be notified of all supplies and given the option to be supervise.
Math worksheets, assessments and homework will be created and generated my Miss Sarah. 
Social studies curriculum will Beast Academy be used as a curriculum guide. Students will also utilized short stories and articles, depending on the unit. Sources will include National Geographic, Smithsonian's History Explorer, Newsela and National Archives.
Social studies sources: 
United Nations education Scientific and Cultural Organization: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/64
Vector - Ancient or geocentric and modern or heliocentric solar system models vector infographic, education diagram by siberianart @ 123RF.com
"US and British Flag" © NATALIA OMELCHENKO / 123rf.com https://www.123rf.com/ stock-photo/152043274.html?sti=mr7nww7890n8f6n9t4|&mediapopup=152043274
"Thirteen Colonies." Wikimedia Commons, 5 Dec. 2017, commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:Thirteencolonies_politics.jp.
"New York Harbor." PICRYL, picryl.com/media/new-york-a-city-in-n-america-inhabited-by-english-and-dutch-subject-to-the-5a1a70.
"Wiliam Penn." Wikimedia Commons, 30 Oct. 2013, commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:William_Penn,_Peace_Movement,_Pennsylvania_(presentation_window_--_Frederick.
Stymetz_Lamb,_J._%26_R._Lamb_Studio,_New_York,_c._1908,_ _glass,_lead,_wood_-_
Brooklyn_Museum_-_DSC09493 JPG.
"New England Town Common" ® WANGKUN JIA / 123rf.com https:// www.123rf.com/stock-photo/colonial_schoolhouse_new_england. html?oriSearch=colonial+schoolhouse&sti=m9uejmawc2echpak00
Slave's quarters in an old plantation house in Louisiana © ontheraks /123rf.com https://www. 123rf.com/stock-photo/slave_plantation. html?oriSearch=cotton+plantation&sti=mzxIrfncvh13ayfqe%7C&mediapopup=
Science curriculum and resources will also be designed by Miss Sarah. Science will be hands on, include experiments and demonstrations, and interactive exploration.
Language arts resources and books can be found under the class listing materials. Discussions will be student driven and will also include literacy circle questions.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(193)
Teaching is not just a profession for me; it’s my true calling, igniting a passion that fills me with immense joy. Over the span of 8 years, I’ve had the privilege of guiding a diverse array of learners, both in-person and virtually. Recognizing... 
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weekly or $600 for 30 classes
5x per week, 6 weeks
90 min

Completed by 23 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-15
3-18 learners per class

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