Science: In class activities
Monday: March 2:
Tuesday: March 3:
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Friday: March 6: \
Monday December 1: WS 32
Tuesday December 2: WS 36
Wednesday: December 3: REPORTS DUE THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 WS 38& 40 (in class)
Thursday: December 4: WS WS 43 & 45
Friday: December 5 Chapter review p. 208-9 (Test next Wednesday)
Monday, Sept. 17: Ws. 8
Tuesday, Sept. 18: Ws.9
Wednesday, Sept. 19: Brochure: Due Friday
Thursday, Sept.20: Chapter quiz on Friday
Friday, Sept. 21:
Grade 7 & 8 Summer Reading June, 2012
Read one of the following novels:
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen
Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements
The Giver by Lois Lowry
The Messenger by Lois Lowry
Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry
Then write a report which does two things. First, include a brief summary of the plot. Next, explain the theme of the book. Write a one to two paragraph essay about the plot of the novel. The plot is the major events of the story. Write a three to four paragraph essay about the theme of the novel. The theme is the main ideas in a work of literature; the idea or message the writer wishes to convey. There may be more than one theme in a work of literature. The theme is not often stated directly by the author.
Here are some examples of themes:
In your essay be sure to include details from the novel to support the theme and plot. You will need a good introductory paragraph and concluding one. The final essay is typed. It is due the second day of school.
5th & 6th Grade Students-Summer Reading,
Greetings!!! Though it is not yet known who will be the 5th or 6th grade reading teachers, it is important to keep your reading skills fresh and active. Therefore the assignment that we have used for the past couple of years will again be assigned.
For this assignment, go on line and select two (2) books recommended for your grade or above. Just type in “recommended reading for grade _____” and pick from there.
When you have completed each book, select one different book report form from the list for each choice and prepare it. There are lots of choices so pick one that you like and amaze your new reading teacher with your amazing talents!!!!
Plan to present it in class during the first week of school in September.
Relax and enjoy what you read..
Wishing you the best summer possible!!!
The summer reading assignment for the 5th/6th grade includes TWO book reports. You need to select 2 books of your choice, each of a different genre, (such as fiction and autobiography, or history and science fiction) which are at your grade level or higher. Then select a different book report form for each of them. This is a list of possible book reports---certainly you can find 2 you might enjoy doing!!!!!!!!!
March 27-31, 2016
Assignments are subject to change due to schedule changes, class time, etc., always refer to your planner for that day's homework. Assignments are due the following day, unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday: p119-120 BLM 56
Wednesday: Mass- Review on Chapter 18
Thursday: Ch18 Quiz
Read a "good" book (on level, or above) for 45 minutes at least every night.
Tuesday: Correct Section 4 question
Thursday: Chapter 18
Friday: Chapter 18
Spelling Assingment: Lesson 17. Do pages 82(practice), p83(1-23), p 85(1-10). Due Friday, Test Friday
Wednesday: Grammar 6.2
Thursday: Grammar 6.3
Friday: Writing-descriptive paragraphs
Monday: p231 #6-28
Tuesday: p233 #6-27
Wednesday: p235-236 6-25
Thursday: W/S 59
Monday: Ch10, lesson 1 correct. Patrick Henry
Tuesday: Ch10 Lesson 2 read p262-267
Wednesday: Ch10 Lesson 2 review p267 #1-3, 5
Thursday: Ch 10 geography p268-269
Friday: Ch 10 Lesson 3 read p270-273
Wednesday: Lesson 39 activity
Thursday: Lesson 39 review