6th ELA IXL CCSS Lesson Links

L.6.1

Create varied sentences based on models (6-L.2)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (6-X.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (6-X.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (6-X.7)

Use relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, which, and that (6-AA.10)

Use the correct modal verb (6-BB.5)

Use the correct subject or verb (6-CC.1)

Use the correct verb – with compound subjects (6-CC.2)

Irregular past tense: review (6-DD.1)

Simple past, present, and future tense: review (6-DD.2)

Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense (6-DD.3)

Use the progressive verb tenses (6-DD.4)

Form the progressive verb tenses (6-DD.5)

Choose between the past tense and past participle (6-DD.6)

Use the perfect verb tenses (6-DD.7)

Form the perfect verb tenses (6-DD.8)

Order adjectives (6-EE.2)

Use relative adverbs (6-EE.4)

Choose between adjectives and adverbs (6-EE.5)

Is the word an adjective or adverb? (6-EE.6)

Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives (6-EE.7)

Good, better, best, bad, worse, and worst (6-EE.8)

Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs (6-EE.9)

Well, better, best, badly, worse, and worst (6-EE.10)

Prepositions: review (6-FF.4)

Use coordinating conjunctions (6-HH.1)

Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions (6-HH.4)

Fill in the missing correlative conjunction (6-HH.5)

 

L.6.1.a

Use the pronoun that agrees with the antecedent (6-Z.2)

Choose between subject and object pronouns (6-AA.1)

Compound subjects and objects with "I" and "me" (6-AA.2)

Compound subjects and objects with pronouns (6-AA.3)

Use possessive pronouns (6-AA.4)

Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns (6-AA.5)

Use reflexive pronouns (6-AA.6)

Use relative pronouns: who and whom (6-AA.9)

 

L.6.1.b

Is the pronoun reflexive or intensive? (6-AA.7)

 

L.6.1.c

Correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun number and person (6-Z.5)

 

L.6.1.d

Identify vague pronoun references (6-Z.3)

Identify all of the possible antecedents (6-Z.4)

 

L.6.1.e

Which sentence is more formal? (6-C.1)

 

L.6.2

Correct errors with signs (6-M.3)

Correct errors in everyday use (6-M.4)

Suggest appropriate revisions (6-M.5)

Commas with series, dates, and places (6-JJ.1)

Commas with compound and complex sentences (6-JJ.2)

Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections, and interrupters (6-JJ.3)

Commas with coordinate adjectives (6-JJ.4)

Commas: review (6-JJ.5)

Correct capitalization errors (6-KK.1)

Capitalizing titles (6-KK.2)

Formatting titles (6-LL.1)

Formatting and capitalizing titles: review (6-LL.2)

Formatting street addresses (6-LL.3)

Formatting quotations and dialogue (6-LL.4)

 

L.6.2.a

What does the punctuation suggest? (6-JJ.6)

Commas with nonrestrictive elements (6-JJ.7)

Use dashes (6-JJ.8)

 

L.6.2.b

Use the correct frequently confused word (6-M.1)

Correct errors with frequently confused words (6-M.2)

Use the correct homophone (6-R.1)

Use guide words (6-W.2)

Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y (6-Y.2)

Form and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y (6-Y.3)

Form plurals: review (6-Y.4)

Form and use plurals: review (6-Y.5)

Form the singular or plural possessive (6-Y.7)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (6-Y.8)

Irregular past tense: review (6-DD.1)

Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives (6-EE.7)

Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs (6-EE.9)

Pronoun-verb contractions (6-II.1)

Contractions with "not" (6-II.2)

 

L.6.3

Choose the synonym (6-Q.1)

Choose the antonym (6-Q.3)

Describe the difference between related words (6-T.1)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

 

L.6.3.a

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (6-J.3)

Create varied sentences based on models (6-L.2)

Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex? (6-X.9)

Use relative adverbs (6-EE.4)

Use coordinating conjunctions (6-HH.1)

Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions (6-HH.4)

Fill in the missing correlative conjunction (6-HH.5)

 

L.6.3.b

Which sentence is more formal? (6-C.1)

Compare passages for tone (6-C.2)

 

L.6.4

 

L.6.4.a

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (6-E.3)

Interpret figures of speech (6-E.4)

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (6-G.2)

Find synonyms in context (6-Q.2)

Find antonyms in context (6-Q.4)

Which definition matches the sentence? (6-R.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (6-R.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (6-S.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (6-S.3)

Find words using context (6-V.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (6-V.2)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (6-V.3)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (6-V.4)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (6-V.5)

 

L.6.4.b

Words with pre- (6-O.1)

Words with re- (6-O.2)

Words with sub- (6-O.3)

Words with mis- (6-O.4)

Words with un-, dis-, in-, im-, and non- (6-O.5)

Words with -ful (6-O.6)

Words with -less (6-O.7)

Words with -able and -ible (6-O.8)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (6-P.1)

Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.2)

Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (6-P.5)

 

L.6.4.c

Use guide words (6-W.2)

Use dictionary entries (6-W.3)

Use dictionary definitions (6-W.4)

Use thesaurus entries (6-W.5)

 

L.6.4.d

 

L.6.5

 

L.6.5.a

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (6-E.3)

Interpret figures of speech (6-E.4)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (6-E.6)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (6-S.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (6-S.3)

 

L.6.5.b

Choose the synonym (6-Q.1)

Choose the antonym (6-Q.3)

Analogies (6-U.1)

Analogies: challenge (6-U.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (6-V.2)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (6-V.3)

 

L.6.5.c

Describe the difference between related words (6-T.1)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

 

L.6.6

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (6-G.2)

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (6-J.3)

Words with pre- (6-O.1)

Words with re- (6-O.2)

Words with sub- (6-O.3)

Words with mis- (6-O.4)

Words with un-, dis-, in-, im-, and non- (6-O.5)

Words with -ful (6-O.6)

Words with -less (6-O.7)

Words with -able and -ible (6-O.8)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (6-P.1)

Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.2)

Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (6-P.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (6-P.5)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

Find words using context (6-V.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (6-V.2)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (6-V.3)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (6-V.4)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (6-V.5)

 

RI.6 Informational Text

 

RI.6.1

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Compare information from two texts (6-H.1)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

 

RI.6.2

Determine the main idea (6-A.1)

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Read and understand informational passages (6-G.1)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Compare information from two texts (6-H.1)

Distinguish facts from opinions (6-K.1)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

 

RI.6.3

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Identify text structures (6-D.4)

Read and understand informational passages (6-G.1)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

 

RI.6.4

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (6-E.3)

Interpret figures of speech (6-E.4)

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (6-G.2)

Which definition matches the sentence? (6-R.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (6-R.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (6-S.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (6-S.3)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

Find words using context (6-V.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (6-V.2)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (6-V.3)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (6-V.4)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (6-V.5)

 

RI.6.5

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Identify text structures (6-D.4)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Organize information by main idea (6-J.2)

 

RI.6.6

Identify author's purpose (6-C.3)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Compare information from two texts (6-H.1)

 

RI.6.7

Read graphic organizers (6-I.2)

 

RI.6.8

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

Classify logical fallacies (6-K.5)

 

RI.6.9

Compare information from two texts (6-H.1)

Compare two texts with different genres (6-H.2)

 

RI.6.10

Determine the main idea (6-A.1)

Read and understand informational passages (6-G.1)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (6-V.5)

 

RL.6 Literature

 

RL.6.1

Match the quotations with their themes (6-B.1)

Determine the themes of short stories (6-B.2)

Analyze short stories (6-F.1)

Compare two texts with different genres (6-H.2)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (6-K.4)

 

RL.6.2

Match the quotations with their themes (6-B.1)

Determine the themes of short stories (6-B.2)

 

RL.6.3

Analyze short stories (6-F.1)

 

RL.6.4

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (6-E.3)

Interpret figures of speech (6-E.4)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (6-E.6)

Which definition matches the sentence? (6-R.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (6-R.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (6-S.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (6-S.3)

Find words using context (6-V.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (6-V.2)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (6-V.3)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (6-V.4)

 

RL.6.5

Match the quotations with their themes (6-B.1)

 

RL.6.6

Identify the narrative point of view (6-E.2)

 

RL.6.7

 

RL.6.9

Determine the themes of short stories (6-B.2)

Compare two texts with different genres (6-H.2)

 

RL.6.10

Determine the themes of short stories (6-B.2)

Analyze short stories (6-F.1)

Compare two texts with different genres (6-H.2)

 

W.6 Writing

 

W.6.1

 

W.6.1.a

Identify author's purpose (6-C.3)

Organize information by main idea (6-J.2)

Distinguish facts from opinions (6-K.1)

 

W.6.1.b

Choose evidence to support a claim (6-K.2)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (6-K.4)

Classify logical fallacies (6-K.5)

 

W.6.1.c

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (6-J.3)

Identify coordinating conjunctions (6-HH.2)

Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions (6-HH.4)

 

W.6.1.d

Which sentence is more formal? (6-C.1)

 

W.6.1.e

 

W.6.2

 

W.6.2.a

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Identify text structures (6-D.4)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (6-J.1)

Organize information by main idea (6-J.2)

 

W.6.2.b

Distinguish facts from opinions (6-K.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (6-K.2)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (6-K.4)

Classify logical fallacies (6-K.5)

 

W.6.2.c

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (6-J.3)

Use coordinating conjunctions (6-HH.1)

Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions (6-HH.4)

 

W.6.2.d

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (6-J.1)

Describe the difference between related words (6-T.1)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (6-V.5)

 

W.6.2.e

Which sentence is more formal? (6-C.1)

 

W.6.2.f

 

W.6.3

 

W.6.3.a

 

W.6.3.b

Identify sensory details (6-E.1)

 

W.6.3.c

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (6-J.3)

 

W.6.3.d

Compare passages for tone (6-C.2)

Identify sensory details (6-E.1)

Describe the difference between related words (6-T.1)

Positive and negative connotation (6-T.2)

 

W.6.3.e

 

W.6.4

Identify author's purpose (6-C.3)

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (6-D.2)

Match problems with their solutions (6-D.3)

Identify text structures (6-D.4)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (6-J.1)

Organize information by main idea (6-J.2)

 

W.6.5

Organize information by main idea (6-J.2)

Correct errors with frequently confused words (6-M.2)

Correct errors with signs (6-M.3)

Correct errors in everyday use (6-M.4)

Suggest appropriate revisions (6-M.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (6-X.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (6-X.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (6-X.7)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (6-Y.8)

Identify vague pronoun references (6-Z.3)

Correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun number and person (6-Z.5)

Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense (6-DD.3)

Commas: review (6-JJ.5)

Commas with nonrestrictive elements (6-JJ.7)

Correct capitalization errors (6-KK.1)

 

W.6.6

 

W.6.7

 

W.6.8

Determine the main idea (6-A.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (6-K.2)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (6-K.4)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 7th edition) (6-N.1)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition) (6-N.2)

Use in-text citations with MLA formatting (6-N.3)

 

W.6.9

 

W.6.9.a

Determine the themes of short stories (6-B.2)

Compare passages for tone (6-C.2)

Analyze short stories (6-F.1)

Compare two texts with different genres (6-H.2)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (6-K.4)

 

W.6.9.b

Compare and contrast (6-D.1)

Read and understand informational passages (6-G.1)

Trace an argument (6-G.3)

Compare information from two texts (6-H.1)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (6-K.3)

 

W.6.10