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Mrs. Rebecca Robinson


Welcome back! I know the last couple of years have been pretty crazy for everyone - students, teachers, and parents! Hopefully this school year will be a little more "back to normal"! Just know that whether this school year turns out to be "normal" or not, I am truly excited to have you in my 6th grade ELAR class :) 

A little bit about me...

I was born and raised here in Karnes City. I graduated from KCHS in 1992 and moved to San Antonio where I attended UTSA and received my Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. After graduation, I got a job teaching 6th grade in Floresville and taught there for 17 years before moving back to Karnes City. This is now my 25th year teaching and I have taught sixth grade every year except one! I am married to Raymond Robinson who is the Director of Grants and Students Services here at Karnes City ISD and we have two daughters named Kiera and Jaiden. Kiera is attending Texas A&M in College Station and Jaiden is currently a Senior here at KCHS.


    My conference time is from 10:30 - 11:16. Please know that if I am unable to return your call or send an email during that time due to meetings or other parent/student conferences, then I will try my best to get back with you within 24 hours of you contacting me. To contact me, you can call 830-780-6400 or email me at 

    Welcome to 6th grade!


    8:00 - 8:45        1st period: Block A 

    8:48 - 9:38        2nd period: Block A (continued)

    9:41 - 10:27      3rd period: Block B

    10:30 - 11:16     4th period: CONFERENCE

    11:20 - 11:50        LUNCH

    11:54 - 12:24        EXCELLENCE

    12:27 - 1:13      5th period: Block B (continued)

    1:16 - 2:02        6th period: PLC teacher planning

    2:05 - 2:51        7th period:  Block C

    2:54 - 3:40        8th period:  Block C (continued)


    Below is a brief overview of what 6th grade Reading/Language skills the state of Texas requires teachers to cover.  Some of these skills may take longer to teach so we might start a skill in one nine weeks but finish it in the next. All of the TEKS that 6th grade ELAR teachers are required to teach are centered on students listening, speaking, reading, writing, and thinking. These skills are set by the state and because we really have a lot to teach each nine weeks, attendance and positive classroom behavior are extremely important. 

    If you would like more information on what skills your child will be taught this year, you can go to the following website



    Unit 1 - Building Foundational Reading and Writing Processes

    Unit 2A - Analyzing and Crafting Literary Text: Fiction and Literary/Narrative Nonfiction

     2ND NINE WEEKS:  

    Unit 2B - Analyzing and Crafting Literary Texts: Drama and Poetry

    Unit 3 - Analyzing and Crafting Informational Text


    Unit 4 - Analyzing and Crafting Argumentative Texts

    Unit 5 - Analyzing Texts Across Genres

     4TH NINE WEEKS:  

    Unit 5 (cont.) - Analyzing Texts Across Genres

    Unit 6 - Synthesize! Create! Innovate!