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Grammar Curriculum Revised 2013
GRADE 6
Formative/Summative Assessments: Practice Pages/EP
SCOTT
FORESMAN
GRAMMAR
SHURLEY
LESSON &
Page #
Pg. 80
CONTENT COVERED
9-12
EP page 124
13-16
EP page 125
17-20
EP page 126
25-28
EP page 128
21-24
EP page 127
Mod. 7,
pg. 3;
Analyzing
Text
Lesson #7 and adjectives and articles
#8 pg. 39-41
Lesson #25
Conjunctions
Pg. 107
Lesson #8
Adverbs
Lesson #6
Pg. 32-33
Lessons # 8
and 9
Pg. 37-review
Pg. 41 Q/A
Lesson #80
Pg. 293
Lessons #53
compound
sentences
and #80
complex
sentences
Pg. 213
Lesson #9
Pg. 47
Lesson #19
Pg. 85
Lesson #101
Pg. 341
Pg. 343 FA
Vocab./Spelling CCS
Pre-Test for Pts. Of Sp.
Grammar Comic Bk to
Review P.o.Sp.
85-88
EP page 143
105-108
EP page 148
97-100
EP page 146
1-4
*Extra Practice
pg 122
5-8
EP page 123
LTF
Lessons
Four kinds of
sentences
(dec., int., excl., imp.)
Subjects and
predicates
Independent and
Pg. 283
dependent clauses
Dep.
(complex
clauses
sentences/subordinate
conj.)
Compound and
complex sentences
(list of Sub. Conj.)
Common and proper
nouns
Sing./plural Quick
Review
Possessive nouns
Regular and irregular
plural verbs
Students
will
receive
vocab.
Words biweekly;
define
words;
and spell
them
correctly.
CCS:
L 6.4 a-d
Determine
meaning
and
clarity.
L 6.1
a-e
29-30
EP page 129
Lesson #100
(predicate
noun) and
lesson #6
action/linking
verbs
Pg. 336
Lesson #29
Pg. 124
Lesson #101
Pg. 341
Lesson #103
Pg. 348
Action and linking
verbs with predicate
nouns/nominatives
SCOTT
FORESMAN
GRAMMAR
45-48
EP page 133
49-52
EP page 134
SHURLEY
LESSON &
Page #
Lesson #103
Pg. 348
Pg. 185
DO/V-t
Pg. 269 IO
CONTENT COVERED
53-56
EP page 135
Lesson #117
Pg. 338
57-60
EP page 136
61-64
EP page 137
Lesson #16
Pg. 75
Lesson #19
(subject
pronouns)
and Lesson
28
(object
pronouns)
Pg. 21
Lesson 74
33-36
EP page 130
37-40
EP page 131
41-44
EP page 132
65-68
EP page 138
69-72
EP page 139
73-76
EP page 140
Lesson #19
Lesson #74
p. 287
Pred.
Nom./Adj.
Subject-verb
agreement
Past, present, and
future tenses
Principal parts of
regular verbs
(Participle)
Principal parts of
irregular verbs
direct object, indirect
objects, (predicate
nouns and predicate
adjectives which
Shurley uses in P4 and
P5 sentences
Troublesome verbs
(sit, set, lie, lay, rise,
raise, teach, learn….)
Prepositions
Subject and object
pronouns
Pronouns and
antecedents
Possessive pronouns
Indefinite and
reflexive pronouns
Vague Pronouns
LTF
Lessons
Pg. 269
DO/IO
*Dec/JanPg. 228
Sentence
Structure
Pg. 264—
Pt. of Sp.
Phrases/
Clauses
using
“Night”
Vocab./spelling
CCS
Students
will
receive
vocab.
Words biweekly;
define
words;
and spell
them
correctly.
CCS:
L 6.4 a-d
Determine
meaning
and
clarity.
Use Coach
Book to
teach a
Pronoun
Unit
L 6.1
a-e
L 6.1
a-e
L 6.1
a-e
L 6.1
a-e
77-80
EP page 141
81-84
EP page 142
89-92
EP page 144
Using who and whom
Lesson 167169 (contr.)
and lesson
#90 double
negatives pg.
318
Lesson #7
93-96
EP page 145
Lesson #128
Pg. 414
101-104
EP page 147
After unit #1
109-112
EP page 149
113-116
EP page 150
117-120
EP page 151
Lesson #33
Pg. 148-151
Lesson #130
Pg. 421
Lesson #33
Pg. 148-151
Contractions and
using
negatives/double
negatives
Chart pg. 507
SA/pretest p. 508-510
Demonstrative
adjectives
(which one)
Comparative and
superlative adjectives
(using –er and –est)
Modifiers (adjectives,
adverbs, and
prepositions)
Comma usage
Latin/
Greek
Unit
Vocabulary and
meaning
L. 6.4b
L
6.2
a
Quotation mark usage
Punctuation
(semicolon, colon,
dash, hyphen,
parentheses)
Mod. 5
Landscape
poem
L. 6.4 c Students will consult reference materials (e.g. Dictionaries/glossaries/thesauruses)
both print and digital to find the pronunciations of a word or determine or clarify its precise
meaning or its part of speech. (Will be utilized throughout year.)
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