Sixth grade students assume a more analytical approach to literature. They should be encouraged and given more opportunities to express themselves.  They should also be given the opportunity to share information in a variety of formats that support creativity and some risk-taking in the use of language. (See Handbook.)  In sixth grade reading courses, teachers should help students explore a wider repertoire of literary works that illustrate the linguistic and cultural diversity found in today’s society.

UNIT I: Sixth Grade Reading (601-603)
UNIT II: Sixth Grade Reading (604-606)