Language Arts Syllabus
Ms. Eva Pollinger
Telephone: 352-671-6035 Ext 56256
Remind Application: Text NMMS56256 to 81010
Language Arts Objective
In Sixth Grade Language Arts, students will be challenged to improve skills in reading, composition, oral communication, and logical argument. The grammatical, mechanical and syntactical skills of language are taught within the meaningful context of the writing process. Extensive in and out of class reading, class discussions, and a variety of writing experiences will be required.
Make-up Work Procedures
If you are absent, you will have the number of days absent to make up work. I am available after school so students can make-up missed work or retake tests and quizzes. Parents need to contact me in writing to make arrangements.
Required Daily Materials
Duo tang Folder
Pencils with erasers
1.) Enter the classroom quietly.
2.) Turn in homework.
3.) Put backpacks away and sharpen pencils.
4.) Quietly complete Bell Work.
1) Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
2) No food, drinks or gum.
3) Remain in your seat and work quietly.
4) Respect yourself and others.
5.) Always do your BEST.
If a student breaks a rule stated above, the following consequences will occur:
1) Verbal warning
2) Time Out
3) Time Out in another class
4) Parent Contacted/Conference
5) Dean Referral
Class Work, Quizzes 50%
Tests, Projects, and Presentations 45%
A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
D = 60-69
F = 59 and below
- Homework will be assigned the first day of the week. Homework will help reinforce skills we are working on in class.
- Class work – will be completed in their interactive notebook and will be submitted when requested by teacher.
- Late classwork will be reduced 10 points for each day late.
- Projects are creative extensions from literature and writing assignments that will include performances, essays, and speeches.
- Quizzes will generally assess mastery of essential skills taught during the unit.
- Tests will assess reading comprehension, writing fluency, as well as grammar progress.