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Stephanie Weaver

Contact Information

Stephanie Weaver
6th Grade ELA
Blue Team
Front Office Phone: (405) 256-6282
Email: weavers@mustangps.org 

Current Class Focus

In third quarter, we will be reviewing the following literary elements and applying them to new stories and genres: 

  • Plot
  • Conflict
  • Point of View
  • Perspective
  • Protagonist vs Antagonist
  • Other character types (flat/round, static/dynamic, major/minor)
  • Character traits 
  • Setting
  • Mood
  • Theme 

In addition, we will be looking at nonfiction/informational texts and reviewing the following skills: 

  • Non-fiction text structures
  • Primary and Secondary Sources
  • Relevance and Reliablity of Sources
  • Tone
  • Vocabulary (Context Clues)
  • Main Idea/Supporting Details  

In third quarter, we will also be learning:

  • Argumentative writing (claim + evidence)
  • Persuasive techniquest 


Class Handouts for Missing Work or Extra Review

Meet Mrs. Weaver

"If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales."
-Albert Einstein
Words are my passion. As soon as I learned to write, I began filling spiral notebooks with stories. And as soon as I learned to read, I devoured books like the sweet treats they are. There is nothing I love more than inspiring others to find the book that will change their life. I have a special place in my heart for poetry and young adult literature. This love of words drove me to enter the field of education after graduating from Texas A&M University (gig 'em!). 2019 marks my 16th year as a teacher and my 14th year with Mustang Public Schools. Prior to teaching in public schools, I volunteered teaching English in a small village in Tanzania, Africa. 
When my nose isn't in a book (which is a rare occasion), I enjoy traveling, cooking, and doing just about anything crafty. I spend my days with my husband, Justin (a Mustang graduate) and our two dogs, Sam and Luna.


Course Syllabus