Grade 6

 

 

                                                        St. Catherine’s Schedule 2022-2023 Grade 6
Block Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
A.    8:10-8:45

 

Staggered Start

Prayer

Staggered Start

Prayer

Staggered Start

Prayer

Staggered Start

Prayer

Staggered Start

Prayer

B.    8:45-9:25

 

Current Events

Groups 1 and 2

Current Events

Groups 3 and 4

Language Arts

French French Mass

8:45 – 9:30

 

C.    9:25 -10:05

 

Language Arts/

Computers

 

Music 9:25 – 10:05

 

Language Arts

Current Events

Groups 5 and 6

Music 9:25 – 10:05 Mathematics
10:05-10:20 Break Break Break Break Break
D.    10:40-11:05

 

Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Language Arts
E. 11:05-11:45 Physical Education

Health 11 – 11:30

Language Arts Language Arts  Language Arts

Current Events

Group 7

Physical Education
11: 45 –12:00 Eat

12:00 -12:30 Play

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

G 12:30 -1:15

 

Art

12:30– 1:20

Science                                                                Science

12:30 – 1:15

 

Science

12:30 – 1:15

 

Art

12:30– 1:15

H 1:15-1:55

 

Social Studies

1:20– 2:05

Physical Education

1:15 – 1: 55

Social Studies

1:15 – 2:00

Language Arts/

Computer

Social Studies

1:15 – 2:00

I. 1:55-2:40 Religion

2:05 – 2:35

Religion Religion Language Arts Career Education/

Computers

I.      2:45-3:05 Prayer and Dismissal Leave for Home Leave for Home Leave for Home Leave for Home Leave for Home

Please click HERE to learn more about our Grade 6- Philosophy and Curriculum Outlines.

 


Current Event Criteria

 

Current Events                Name : ___________

Each student will do current events once a week depending on the group they are involved in at the time.

Monday-        Groups  – 1, 2

Tuesday-        Groups  – 3, 4

Wednesday-  Groups  – 5, 6

  • Current Events should be about 1 minute.
  • Current Event should tell you the who, what, where, when and why.

The Four Specific Categories are  :

  • Lower Mainland : anywhere in the lower mainland
  • BC. – anywhere in B.C. but the lower mainland
  • Canada – anywhere in Canada but B.C.
  • World — anywhere in the world but Canada

The student does not read their current event but must have an article in front of them and may refer to the article while they are presenting to their classmates.

They should be practicing for at least 15 minutes to be properly prepared for this exercise. September 21, 2020


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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