Sixth Grade VOCABULARY (2024)

Sixth Grade VOCABULARY (1)

6th VOCABULARY
HOMEWORK
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"check yourknowledge and understanding of the Unit 6 vocabulary words using the ANSWER KEY linked below for the Book Level you've been working on all year.
Level "A"level_a_vocabulary_workshop_unit_6_answer_key_.pdf
Level "B"level_b_vocaulary_workshop_unit_6_answer_key_.pdf​-retakeson Unit 5 are scheduled for the next Library period for students who scored 76% or lower on today's quizMarch13-29, 2020
​CORONA VIRUS QUARANTINE:
Since it is not likely that we will return for the foreseeable future, I am going to try to implement some feature for online assessment.

3/23/20-In the meantime, I am going to assign the composition of original sentences for Unit 6 words per use. Words #1-5, #6-10, #11-15, & #16-20 will be due by Monday 3/30/20. Hopefully I can arrange a simple submission process for uploading your work for me to review.

​Try using this-

vocab_unit_6_original_sentences_per_word_per_use.html
Parents/ Students,
This lesson plan is intended to be accomplished over a period of 14 days.
A suggested PACING GUIDE is to do 20-30 minutes per day as you first introduce the words; then, 10-15 minutes every other day to keep "touching" these 20 new words and prepare for the quiz.
Students are to utilize theonline componentsat www.vocabularyworkshop.com to introduce the 20 new vocabulary words inUNIT 6
Use:
1).​Read along with audio of the Introductory paragraph on p. 70-71
2). Follow with the audio presentation to introduce the correct pronunciation, definition, and model sample of the separate USES of each new word( per Part of Speech) pp. 72-74
*********QRfeature can be accessed with smart phones (see p. iii in front of book.
3). Complete the Activity pages 75-79.
4). Spend a minimum of 1 hour over the 2+ weeks quarantine with the online activities. Practice the uses, definitions, and develop your understandings of the meanings and uses of the 20 new words.
****for the online componentsto be credited as CW/CP which is 25% of your grade, your parent must monitor your computer activity and sign off that you have spent a minimum of an hour using the games, flashcards, audio pronunciations, and online quizzes.We will check the activity pages and quiz on your return.

Project Requirements and Due Dates:

PAST DUE HW/ ASSIGNMENTS
HOMEWORK
March12, 2020
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"-retakeson Unit 5 are scheduled for the next Library period for students who scored 76% or lower on today's quiz
March10-11, 2020

Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 5 --QUIZ Thursday 3/12/20STUDY!!
March2, 2020
1).Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 5- complete WB pp. 67-69due Thursday 3/5/20
2a). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #11-15 per use
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"Unit 5:inhabitant (n.); numb (adj.) & (v.);pacify (v.); ravenous (adj.); & refute (V.)=6 TOTAL --***DUE TUESDAY 3/3/20
2b). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #11-15 per useVocabulary Workshop
Level "B"UNIT 5:iota (n.); maul (v.) & (n.); potential (adj.) & (n.); radiant (adj.); rural (adj.)(v.).=7TOTAL
-***
DUE TUESDAY 3/3/20PAST DUE*****-DUE THURSDAY 2/27/20Level "B"- if missing --Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "B"UNIT 5words #6-10 in original sentences per use:
entreat (v.); fallible (adj.); fickle (adj.); fugitive (n.) & (adj.); grimy (adj.)=6 TOTAL
February20-26,2020
DUE THURSDAY 2/27/20
1).Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 5- complete WB pp. 65-67 Up to and including "Antonyms."
2a). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #1-5 per use
Vocabulary Workshop
Level "A"Unit 5:acute (adj.);bluster (v.) & (n.); bungle (v.); commentary (n.); duration (n.)=6 TOTAL
2b). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #1-5 per useVocabulary Workshop
Level "B"UNIT 5:anecdote (n); consolidate (v.) counterfeit (n.), (adj.), & (v.); docile (adj.); dominate (v.).=7TOTAL

3).Prefix packet - "Phonics and Word Study" pp. 88A & 89A - due next Tuesday 2/25/20.
February19,2020

Prefix packet - "Phonics and Word Study" pp. 88A & 89A - due next Tuesday 2/25/20.
February10,2020
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"​and

Level "B"​Vocabulary Workshop- mandatory retakes for UNIT 4on quizzes 76% or below this week during class Library period.
February6,2020
Vocabulary Workshop-QUIZZED Level "A"​andLevel "B"​Vocabulary WorkshopToday 2/6/2020 - retakes if needed next week in library.
February4,2020
A & B).STUDYVocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 4-Unit 4QUIZThursday 2/6/2020
February3,2020
*****Due tomorrow Tuesday 2/4/20 - original sentences for words #16-20 per use:
1a). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #16-20 per useVocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"Unit 4:revocation (n.); scan (v.) & (n.); strand (n.) & (v.); strife (n.) topple (v.)=7TOTAL
1b). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #16-20 per useVocabulary Workshop
Level "B"UNIT 4:spirited (adj.); virtual (adj.); void (adj.),(n.) & (v.); wayward (adj.); wince (v.) & (n.) =8TOTAL2 a & b).STUDYVocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 4-Unit 4QUIZThursday 2/6/2020
JANUARY 28, 2020
DUE THURSDAY 1/30/20
1). Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"&Level "B"UNIT 4- complete WB pp. 57-59 for Thursday 1/30/20.
2a). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #11-15 per use
Vocabulary Workshop
Level "A"Unit 4:ovation (n.); petty (adj.); plight (n.) & (v.);repent (v.); reverie (n.) =6 TOTAL
2b). ORIGINAL SENTENCES words #11-15 per useVocabulary Workshop
Level "B"UNIT 4:mortify (v); orthodox (adj.); procure (v.); scurry (v.); sodden (adj.).=5 TOTAL
JANUARY 13-14, 2020MandatoryRETAKETESTUnits 1-3 Wednesday 1/15/2020 during Library period - for students whose score on the original test was 76% or below.
JANUARY 9, 2020
1A). Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"​- words 1-5 UNIT 4 in original sentencesper use:acquit (v.); deem (v.); devastate (v.); discredit (v.); elusive (adj.)=5 TOTAL

1B).Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "B"​- words 1-5 UNIT 4 in original sentencesper use:alliance (n.); bewilder (v.); buffoon (n.); controversial (adj.); dishearten (v.)=5 TOTAL
JANUARY 6-8, 2020

RETAKETESTUnits 1-3 Tuesday 1/14/2020 in Library
December18,2019
UseVocabulary Workshop
Level "A"&/orLevel "B"Online resources and workbook to prepare for
MAJORTESTUnits 1-3 Tomorrow Thursday 12/19/19
December12,2019
UseVocabulary Workshop
Level "A" &/orLevel "B"Online resources and workbook to prepare for
MAJORTESTUnits 1-3 next Thursday 12/19/19
December11,2019
1).Sadlier Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A" &Level "B"UNIT 1-3 REVIEW-complete packet"Mastery Test 1" to #120 - DUE Thursday 12/12/19
2).MAJORTESTUnits 1-3 next Thursday 12/19/19
December9-10,2019
1).Sadlier Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A" &Level "B"UNIT 1-3 REVIEW-complete packet"Mastery Test 1" to #120 - DUE Thursday 12/12/19
2).TESTUnits 1-3 next Thursday 12/19/19
*************************QUIZ Friday 11/22/19or Monday 11/25/19 depending on Pep Rally on Friday.************************

November20, 2019
Level "A" &Level "B"-Vocabulary WorkshopUnit THREE
pp. 39-41 due Thursday 11/21/19


*************************QUIZ Friday 11/22/19or Monday 11/25/19 depending on Pep Rally on Friday.************************

November18, 2019
Level "A" &Level "B"-Vocabulary WorkshopUnit THREE pp. 37-39 due Wednesday 11/20/19;
pp. 39-41 will be due Thursday 11/21/19

November11, 2019
1).Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO -RETAKErescheduled for Thursday during recess.
2).
Level "A" &Level "B"and-Vocabulary WorkshopUnit THREEwords #11-15 per use in original sentencesdue Thurs. 11/14/19
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A" -pacifist (n.); queue (n.)& (v.); restrict (v.); sage (n.); slake (v.)=6 TOTAL
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "B"-loom (n.) & (v.); luster (n.); miscellaneous (adj.); oration(n.); peevish (adj.)=6TOTAL
November11, 2019
1).Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO -RETAKEin LIBRARYTuesday 11/12/19
2).Original sentences for words #1-10 UNIT THREE per use-

Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A" -barrage (n.); bigot (n.); designate (v.) & (adj); diversity (n.); enigma (n.); gloat (v,); global (adj.); illusion (n.); infuriate (v.); motivate (v.) =11 TOTAL
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "B"-animated (adj.);brood (n.) & (v.); constituent (n.); culminate (v.); downright (adj.) & (adv.); drone (n.) & (v.); goad (v.) & (n.); hanker (v.); indulge (v,); literate (adj.)=14TOTAL
November7, 2019
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO -RETAKEin LIBRARYTuesday 11/12/19
OCTOBER 24, 2019-
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWOpp. 27-31 completed by Thursday 10/24/19 --still need to complete review next week.
ExpectQUIZNov.6th, 2019 (Wed.)
OCTOBER 23, 2019-due tomorrow 10/24/19
Vocabulary Workshop -Level "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO - New Words #16-20 in original sentencesper use.
Level "A"
- mimic (v.) & (n.); ruffle (v.) & (n.); serene (adj.); sheepish (adj.); stamina (n.)=7TOTAL

Level "B"
plague (v.)& (n.); poised (adj.); regime (n.); transparent (adj.); unscathed (adj.)= 6TOTAL

2)Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWOpp. 27-31 completed by Thursday 10/24/19
OCTOBER 22, 2019-due Wednesday 10/23/19
Vocabulary Worksho -Level "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO - New Words #111-15 in original sentencesper use.
Level "A"
- groundless (adj.); hypocrite(n.); incomprehensible (adj.); manipulate (v.); maximum (adj.=5TOTAL

Level "B"
indignant (adj.);indispensable(adj.); lubricate (v.); mutual adj.(v.); pelt (v.)=5 TOTAL

2)Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWOpp. 27-31 completed by Thursday 10/14/19
OCTOBER 21, 2019-due Wednesday 10/23/19
1). Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO - New Words #6-10 in original sentencesper use.
Level "A"
-constrain(v.);contemporary (adj.) & (n.); depict (v.); disinterested (adj.); encompass(v.)=6 TOTAL

Level "B"
firebrand (n. ); hazard (n.) & (v.); hinder (v.); homicide (n.); indifference (n.)= 6TOTAL

2)

Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWOpp. 27-31 completed by Thursday 10/14/19
OCTOBER 17, 2019
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit TWO - New Words #1-5 in original sentencesper use.
Level "A"
-adverse(adj.); arid (adj.); assailant (n.); billow(n.) & (v.); confront(v.)=6 TOTAL

Level "B"
available (adj.);cater (v.); customary (adj.); dissuade (v.); entrepreneur(n.)=5 TOTAL

OCTOBER 10, 2019
Retakes for UNIT ONE in Library.
OCTOBER 9, 2019
-QUIZ tomorrow, Thursday 10/10/19-study!
September 30-OCTOBER 9, 2019
-QUIZnext Thursday 10/10/19-study 5 words every night!
September 5-12, 2019
*****Due Friday 9/13/19
Vocabulary WorkshopLevel "A"andLevel "B"Unit ONE - All Words #1-20 in original sentences per use.
****Added Wednesday
SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Sadlier- Oxford Vocabulary WorkshopUNIT ONE - compose original sentences for words #16-20 per use:Level "A":libel (n.) & (v.); misgiving (n.); oaf (n.); recede (v.); repast (n.) =6 TOTAL
*****Added WednesdaySEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Sadlier- Oxford Vocabulary WorkshopUNIT ONE - compose original sentences for words #16-20 per use:Level "B":plague (n.) & (v.); poised (adj.); regime (n.); transparent (adj.); unscathed (adj.).=6 TOTAL
****Added MondaySEPTEMBER 9, 2019
Sadlier- Oxford Vocabulary WorkshopUNIT ONE - compose original sentences for words #11-15 per use:Level "A":immense(adj.); inept (adj.); ingeneous (adj.); instantaneous (adj.); and irk (v,)=5 TOTAL
Level "A":apparel (n.) & (v.); besiege (v.); compress (v.) & (n.); denounce (v.); dispatch (v.) & (n.); douse (v.); expressly (adv.); famished (adj.); forsake (v.); gainful (adj.). =13 TOTAL
​*****Added MondaySEPTEMBER 9, 2019
Sadlier- Oxford Vocabulary WorkshopUNIT ONE - compose original sentences for words #11-15 per use:Level "B":interminable (adj.); interrogate (v.); recompense (v.) & (n.); renovate (v.) resume (n.)=6 TOTAL
Level "B":adjacent (adj.); alight (v.) & adj.); barren (adj.); disrupt (v.); dynasty (n.); foretaste (n.); germinate (v.); humdrum (adj.); hurtle (v.); insinuate (v.). =11 TOTAL
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