Sixth Grade Literature

Description: Our teachers will guide students through Adam of the Road, The Door in The Wall, Robin Hood, and King Arthur. As they read The Door In The Wall they'll experience the sights and sounds of medieval England, and that heroism, strength, and service to others takes many forms. They'll become acquainted with life in medieval times as they follow Adam in Adam of the Road, as a story about a boy, his father, and his dog quickly turns into a daunting quest. And as they follow the daring and surprising adventures of Robin Hood and King Arthur, they'll become captivated by the high and mighty being brought low, the humble exalted, and justice for those who would harm the defenseless. Using our literature guides as a springboard, we'll teach students to become more active readers and increase their vocabulary and comprehension skills. Students will think deeply through the story and learn to identify the important characters, events, and themes. One book per quarter is read and daily time spent on the weekly reading will vary per student. The grade is based upon active in-class participation, online reading quizzes, a heraldry art project, and three short composition pieces. By completing the composition pieces, students will compose a clear, concise answer to a question.

Grade Level: 5-6

Required Materials: Sixth Grade Literature Set with Novels. Teacher Manuals are not required but contain the answers to Student Guide questions. Students will also need a USB headset microphone (built-in microphones also work).

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Section A, 2020-21 Sixth Grade Literature M - 2:00PM - 3:30PM ET 9/7/20-5/28/21 0 Full Join Waiting List
Section B, 2020-21 Sixth Grade Literature W - 2:00PM - 3:30PM ET 9/7/20-5/28/21 0 Full Join Waiting List
Section C, 2020-21 Sixth Grade Literature T 1:00-2:30 PM EST 9/7/20-5/28/21 0 Full Join Waiting List
Section D, 2020-21 Sixth Grade Literature T 1:30-3:00 PM EST 9/7/20-5/28/21 0 Full Join Waiting List

Questions? 877-745-8866 or onlineacademy@memoriapress.com