6th Grade Team

6th Grade Supply List

Ms. Emily Brancati (brane001@hartfordschools.org))

World Literature

 

Margaret Antonitis  (adamm001@hartfordschools.org)

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Jim Pezzulo (pezzj001@hartfordschools.org)

Latin I A  

Cambridge Latin Course: Unit 1 Students learn basic Latin grammar and vocabulary in order to read simple Latin prose. Students learn the culture and social history of the early Roman Empire through a study of Pompeii.

Lauren Silva (Lauren.Silva@hartfordschools.org)

6th Grade Math

In the 6 th grade students will display and analyze data in variety of graphical ways. Students will study and compare decimals, percentage, fractions, ratios and proportions. Students will use these concepts to solve real world situations and lay the foundation for algebra concepts

Mrs. Pam Drew (drewp001@hartfordschools.org)

6th Grade-Earth Science

Throughout sixth grade, Classical Magnet students use Inquiry investigations centered on major environmental and astronomy related concepts. Specifically, their inquiry centers on investigation of Ecosystems and Astronomy. Engaged learning targets integrating mathematics with major theories and understandings. Within the Paideia model, students use coached projects to personalize their learning. Socratic seminars foster the development of higher order thinking skills, promoting communication and articulation of scientific issues.

Mr. Reggie Tucker (tuckr001@hartfordschool.org)

Ancient World History

Throughout this course students will be exposed to several different aspects of the ancient world. We will study early man, the first civilizations, origins of religion, importance of government and their impact on the ancient the world. With this information, we will begin, to identify some of the major issues that have plagued the international community for centuries. During this process students will be exposed to several different skills, such as formulating hypotheses, identifying geographic issues, and presenting information in an expository essay. In order to be successful in this class, students must participate actively, listen respectfully, question intelligently, and most importantly, think logically. Most importantly, students will be exposed to the Paideia methodology of education, which consist of didactic, coaching, and seminar educational practices.