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Shaye Coalson

Mrs. Shaye Coalson's  4th, 5th and 6th

English/Language Arts/Literature--

Homework for these classes is to read at least 30 minutes every evening. I try not to have many worksheets, so they can concentrate on having a book read on their level every 3 weeks. We often complete a project or an activity on these books.           

                 Teacher- Shaye Coalson

                 Conference Time- 10:35- 11:15                                        

                 Email- shaye.coalson@bronteisd.net

                 Phone- 325-473-2251 Ext. 129

 4th Grade Syllabus

 5th Grade Syllabus

6th Grade Syllabus

Classroom Rules


Beginning of the Year Newsletter   

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     *Dyslexia Services, see Mrs. Bearden's school webpage

     *PE ideas, see Coach Davis' school webpage

     *Band ideas, see Ms. Smith school webpage

May 18- May 21, 2020

Historical Marker Scavenger Hunt

Follow the directions in your DoJo or Google Classroom. They will give you hints to local historical markers. Read the history on the marker and have an adult snap your picture next to it. Upload this to my DoJo so that I can see it, too. Enjoy!

***Have a wonderful summer. Don't forget to read! 


 May 11- May 15, 2020

Monday:  ZOOM meeting-

Please, be online from:

4th Grade-1:00- 1:30 PM

5th Grade- 1:30-2:00 PM

6th Grade- 2:00-2:30 PM

I will be online to assist the students who have questions or need help. At this time, I explain thoroughly what is expected for this week. This should cut down on the repeated questions during the week.

Monday- Friday: Students will be required to log in to Google Classroom to complete assignments. 5th Grade attendance will be taken through Classroom responses.

*IXL- Score 100% on a reading or vocabulary concept twice weekly. (While at school, we did this for ELAR on Tuesdays and Thursdays.) The link is in your Google Classroom.

*Individual Reading/Writing- Read or listen to your own book. Write a paragraph daily about your thoughts and feelings on what you read.

*6th grade- Read or listen to your own book. Write a reading response assigned and turned in on Classroom.

*Brain Pop- Watch the video and email the score to me. (bottom left of final screen)

       Reading Skills- Genres

The link for Brain Pop is in your Google Classroom.


 Concepts we will be learning this week:


4th Grade: Context Clues

5th Grade: Sensory Details

6th Grade: PreWriting: Organize 

 March 16-20

While working at home, please continue to read and write every day. There are online books if you don't have any at your house. Your first assignment is to create a slide show made on your Google Classroom using any book you have recently read. You may choose the Book Report or make your own slide show.

*This is due March 20th by 5:00 PM.

I will grade from a rubric that looks for:

  • Title
  • Main Characters
  • Conflict
  • Resolution
  • Main Ideas in the plot line


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