Easter Holiday Homework

A biography is a book that describes the life of someone famous. It is the true story of a person’s life. The person you choose may be living or dead and may be famous for any reason (sports personality, president, business, arts, sciences, or they have made a difference in the world in some way).  

For this Biography Book Report blog entry, you will read a biography of your choice. You can choose a paper book of your choice or you can choose one from the following resources – 

1) Epic books – http://www.getepic.com

2) Tumblebooks – https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/auto_login.aspx?u=hkbaptist&p=reads

Here are some guidelines for your blog entry –

1) In your blog entry, mention the book that you have read – it’s title and author.

2) Write and TYPE THREE PARAGRAPHS describing this person’s life in detail. These paragraphs are to summarize this person’s WHOLE life, from their birth until death (or until where they are today). You can plan the paragraphs as follows –

Paragraph 1: Describe when and where they were born. Then, describe their CHILDHOOD.

Paragraph 2: Describe their life events, education, and profession. (15 years of age to adulthood).


Paragraph 3: Describe WHAT made them famous, the EFFECT of what they did/still do, and WHY it is still important today.

We’d love to hear about who inspires you.

The Historically Challenged Sixth Grade Teachers

Homework 13th March 2020

Do we control technology or does technology control us?

Technology is almost everywhere we look, since we are surrounded by things produced by art or craft. In general, it seems that anything human beings do that is not natural involves us in some way with technology. Below are a series of observations about technology in the world today. Do you think each observation is ‘True’ or ‘False’? Write a few paragraphs (don’t just answer yes/no for each prompt).

1. Cars will eventually be made so that they will not cause excessive harm to the environment.

2. Farmers will determine ways to feed the world’s growing population and eliminate hunger.

3. Human beings can stop doing research on computer technology whenever they decide it is to their advantage to do so.

4. Global warming is not a serious problem.

5. Technology will use up so many natural resources that it will harm the environment.

6. There are more advantages than disadvantages of technology.

7. People do not rely too much on technology.

8. Life is better now than 100 years ago because of technology.

We’d love to hear your views.

The Technologically Challenged Grade Six English Teachers

(Ref: Philosophy for Kids)

Homework 17th January 2020

How to spend red packet money wisely?

Dear 6th graders,

What do you like most about Chinese New Year? I bet most of you will answer us unanimously – RED PACKET MONEY! But how much do you know about it?

Do some research, take some time to think and answer the following questions based on your experience.

  • What’s the meaning behind red packets during the Chinese New Year? Why do we have this tradition?
  • After we take out the money, the red packets are usually thrown away. Do you have some good ways to reuse them?
  • Who gets your red packet money? If it’s your parents, what do they do with it? If it’s you, how do you manage it?
  • What do you think are the wisest and smartest ways to spend it?
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Your Poor G6 English Teachers

Homework 1st November 2019

Dear Sixth Graders,

This week for your blog entry, we would like for you to write a letter to your teacher to introduce and share a book from which you can learn something. Book reviews can contain just about any type of information related to the text, to the reader, or to the world of books and readers in general. Here are some typical things book reviews include:

  1. An Interesting Lead – Start with some catchy phrase that takes something interesting from the book.
  2. A Brief Summary – What did you learn from this book and why it is good for anyone interested in learning from the topic
  3. The Reviewer’s Favourite Part – Talk about your favourite part and why it’s special
  4. An Evaluation – Say whether you liked the book and which were your favourite parts

Some guidelines for you –

  1. Write approx.. 300-400 words
  2. Include the book’s title, author, publisher, and year of publication

Your Inspiring Sixth Grade English Teachers

Homework 13th September, 2019

Dear Sixth Graders,
Welcome to the Grade Six blog. For this week’s homework, we’d like you to answer the following question by commenting on the blog:

How did  you spend your summer break? Did you just do holiday homework or did  you find time to travel, read and enjoy your holidays with your family?

Many thanks,

The Intricate Grade Six Teachers

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