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영어교과과정

MATH

1. Whole Numbers, Decimals, and Algebra

- Place value addition and subtraction
- Multiply and divide
- Number theory

2. Fractions and Decimals
- Fraction and decimal concepts
- Add and subtract fractions
- Multiply and divide fractions and decimals

 

3. Measurement/Data and Graphing
- Customary and metric units of measure
- Collect and analyze data
- Graph data

4. Integers and Algebra
- Integers
- Algebra: Expressions and equations
- Algebra: Patterns, functions, and the coordinate plane

 

5. Geometry
- Plane figures
- Congruence and construction

6. Ratio, Proportion, Percent, and Probability
- Ratio and proportion
- Understand percent
- Probability

 

7. Geometry and Measurement
- Perimeter, circumference, and area
- Volume and surface area

 

8. Rational Numbers and Algebra
- Rational numbers
- Algebra: Expression, equations, and inequalities

LANGUAGE ARTS

1. Speaking and Listening

- listen in order to understand and respond appropriately in a

  variety of situations for a variety of purposes
- use speaking skills and strategies appropriately to

  communicate with different audiences for a variety of

  purposes
- reflect on and identify their strengths as listeners and

  speakers, areas for improvement, and the strategies they

  found most helpful in oral communication situations

2. Reading

- read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of

  literary, graphic, and informational texts, using a range of

  strategies to construct meaning
- recognize a variety of text forms, text features, and stylistic

  elements and demonstrate understanding of how they help

  communicate meaning
- use knowledge of words and cueing systems to read fluently

3. Writing

- generate, gather, and organize ideas and information to

  write for an intended purpose and audience
- draft and revise their writing, using a variety of informational,

  literary, and graphic forms and stylistic elements

  appropriate for the purpose and audience
- use editing, proofreading, and publishing skills and

   strategies, and knowledge of language conventions, to

  correct errors, refine expression, and present their work

  effectively

SCIENCE

1. Life Science

- Understanding Living Things

   * Plant and animal cells
   * Cells work together
   * Cells reproduce
   * Traits and natural selection
   * Classifying organisms
   * Plants and plant growth and environments

- Interactions in Ecosystems

   * Ecosystems
   * Organisms energy and interaction within ecosystems
   * Resources in ecosystems
   * Humans affect ecosystems

2. Earth Science

- Exlopring Earth

   * Identifying minerals
   * Rock classification
   * Rock cycle
   * Fossils and life in the past

- Cycles on Earth and in Space

   * Water cycle
   * Ocean characteristics and organisms
   * Weather patterns
   * Atmosphere
   * The Universe- Earth, moon, and sun interaction, moon

     phases, solar system, beyond the solar system

3. Physical Science

- Matter

   * Elements and compounds
   * States of matter
   * How matter changes-Physical and chemical properties
   * Acids and bases

- Energy and Forces

   * Forms of energy
   * Waves
   * Heat and electricity-thermal energy and circuits
   * Forces of motion-how it affects us and when forces

      interact

SOCIAL STUDIES

1. The Rise of Later Civilizations

- Create an understanding of Europe after the Romans.

  Students will learn about Rome’s decline and division, and

  the Early Middle Ages in Europe.
- Create and understanding of Africa and Asia. Students will

  learn about Africans south of the Sahara desert, Vietnamese

  and Korean cultures, and early Japan.

2. The Spread of Civilizations
- Identify New Empires. Students will learn about the 

  Byzantine Empire, the rise of Islam, and the Mongol Empire.
- Identify and discuss the growth of trade throughout the

  world. Students will learn about trading empires of Western

  Africa, trade links between Asia, Africa, and Europe, and

  ocean and sea trading.

3. The Early Modern World
- Create and understanding of Europe and the Western

  Hemisphere in the early modern world. Students will learn

  about the Middle Ages in Europe, the Renaissance, the

  Reformation, and the Age of Exploration.
- Create and understanding of the Eastern Hemisphere in the

  early modern world. Students will learn about African

  Kingdoms, Chinese dynasties, the Ottoman and Mogul

  Empire, and civilizations in Australia and the Pacific Islands.

4. Toward Present Day
- Create an understanding of rapid change in the more

  modern world. Students will learn about political change,

  the Industrial Revolution, capitalism and classes, and the age

  of Imperialism.
- Identify the differences between times of war and times of

  peace. Students will learn about WWI, WWII, the rise of

  Communism, and other forces rapidly changing the modern

  world.
- Identify global changes. Students will learn about economic,

  social, and political challenges facing the modern world.

HEALTH

1. Body Systems

- Growing and changing body, body transport system,

  coordination system, endocrine system, growth stages and

  heredity
- Building good character and dealing with adolescence.

2. Healthy Lifestyle and awareness

- Being a wise consumer

3. Living in a Healthy Community

- Living in a healthy community and maintaining and being a

  productive and positive member of society.

ART

1. Elements

- Identify monochromatic color schemes
- Emotional quality of lines
- Distinguish between relief and free standing sculpture
- Demonstrate awareness that the overlapping of shapes is

  one  way of creating the illusion of depth
- Identify a variety of art tools, materials, and techniques to -

  create different effects

2. Creative Work

- Make artistic choices in their work
- Produce two - and three - dimensional works of art that

  communicate thoughts and feelings

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

1. Locomotion Skills

- activities designed to increase motor skills and overall

  physical fitness

2. Manipulation Skills

- activities designed to control objects such as balls and

  rackets

 

3. Stability Skills

- activities designed to increase balance, coordination,

  and stability

 

4. Sports and games

- Soccer
- Dodgeball
- Fitness
- Rugby
- Running and racing
- Gymnastics and tumbling
- Football
- Tennis
- Swimming

Grade 6

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