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Ms. Fabiano's 6th Grade World History Class
Study the past to define the future - Confucious
Welcome to 6th grade World History!
I hope you find the information below helpful. Don't forget to check your child's Skyward for grades and assignments. Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions.
Sixth Grade World History will focus on World History beginning around 8000 B.C. up to A.D. 1500. We will begin our studies by discussing what historians do and the influences geography has on the way people live. Next, we will delve into the early ages, starting with early humans, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, the Israelites, Ancient Greece, Ancient India, early China, Roman Civilization, and the Americas.
Google Classroom: Classes will receive their Google Classroom code the first week in class.
Classwork: Assignments will be posted daily on my Google Classroom for students and Teacher Connection page for parents to view.
TEXTBOOK: World History Ancient Civilization PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Students can now log int Clever and click the Online Textbook "HMH ED Learning Platform" the app looks like this
First Quarter: (August 4th - October 6th)
Ch. 1 Uncovering the Past
Ch. 2 The Stone Ages and Early Cultures
Ch. 3 Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent
Ch. 4 Ancient Egypt and Kush
Second Quarter: (October 11th - December 19th)
Ch. 5 Ancient India
Ch. 6 Ancient China
Ch. 7 The Hebrews and Judaism
Ch. 8 Ancient Greece
Third Quarter: (January 4th - March 9th)
Ch. 9 The Greek World
Ch. 10 The Roman Republic
Ch. 11 Rome and Christianity
Ch. 12 The Islamic World
Fourth Quarter: (March 10th - May 19th)
Ch. 13 Early African Civilizations
Ch. 14 China
Ch. 15 Japan
Ch. 16 The Early Americas
Students’ grades will be determined by using the following categories and percentages:
Practice -- 30%
Performance (Mastery) -- 70%
Grading Scale: A (90-100) B (80-89) C (70-79) D (60-69) F (0-59)
Absent students should check google classroom and the teacher connection website for make-up work. It is the student’s responsibility to complete classwork missed, turn in homework or, to request to take a missed test the day of their return from the absence.
Students are expected to complete all assignments and submit them on or before the day it is due. Any work submitted the day after it was due will earn, at best, a score of 60%. Work submitted two or more days after the due date will not be accepted.
Students will receive the number of days absent plus one additional day to complete make-up work.
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