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WEEK OF MONDAY, 10/6/14

Mon., 10/6

Due:  One Paragraph Draft Essays

In Class:  Go over Three Paragraph King Arthur Essay Rubric; Peer Conference One Paragraph King Arthur Essays

Homework:  Revise One Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Final Typed  One Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Mon., 10/13; Draft Typed Three Paragraph Essays due Fri., 10/10

Tuesday, 10/7

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Thoroughly review Three Paragraph King Arthur Essay Rubric; Begin working on Typed Draft Three Paragraph Essay and/or work on Typed Final One Paragraph King Arthur Essay

Homework:  Final Typed  One Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Mon., 10/13; Draft Typed Three Paragraph Essays due Fri., 10/10

SAMPLE INTRODUCTION (written in collaboration with all of Ms. Share’s LA students) FOR THE THREE PARAGRAPH KING ARTHUR ESSAY (this includes background information about the King Arthur Tales-think WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, and HOW). REMEMBER THAT THE THESIS STATEMENT IS THE LAST SENTENCE OF YOUR INTRODUCTION!  REMEMBER THAT YOUR INTRODUCTION SHOULD BE 4-6 SENTENCES LONG . :-)

INTRODUCTION:

The King Arthur tales took place between the 5th and 6th Centuries.  King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table were said to have lived in the Realm of Logres, which was located in Britain.  Some of the characters included in the King Arthur tales were King Arthur, Sir Gawain, who was King Arthur’s nephew, and the Green Knight.  YOUR THESIS STATEMENT IS THE LAST SENTENCE OF YOUR INTRODUCTION.

BODY

The Body must be 6-9 sentences long.

You should use the 3 quotes that you used in your One Paragraph Essay.

You must explain your quotes using 1 or 2 sentences of explanation. This will give you 6-9 sentence in the BODY of your Essay.  3 Quotes + 1-2 sentences of explanation = 6-9 sentences.

You MUST use transitions in this paragraph, such as:

For instance,

As is shown by,

Another example is,

Sir Gawain shows bravery (or whatever your descriptive word is)when he says,

The Green Knight shows that he is fearless (or whatever your descriptive word it) when he,

For example,

CONCLUSION

Your Conclusion should be 4-6 sentences long.

1 sentence should be restating your Thesis Statement using different words. The RESTATEMENT OF YOUR THESIS STATEMENT CAN BE PLACED ANYWHERE YOU WOULD LIKE IN YOUR CONCLUSION.

The other sentences should summarize your 3 quotes and your explanations of those quotes.

This should easily allow you to write 4-6 sentences.

REMEMBER:  YOU MUST NOT WRITE IN 1ST PERSON.  NO I, ME MINE, MY, WE TO BE USED IN THIS PAPER. This is an expository essay.

 

Weds., 10/8; Thurs., 10/9

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  This is a work day.  Students will be working on the Typed Final Drafts of their One Paragraph King Arthur Essays and their Typed Drafts of their Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Teacher edit One Paragraph Final Essays and assist and edit Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays.

Homework:  Final Typed  One Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Mon., 10/13; Draft Typed Three Paragraph Essays due Fri., 10/10

Fri., 10/10

Due:  Draft Typed Three Paragraph Essays

In Class:  Check in, peer edit, teacher edit, and revise Typed Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays

Homework:  Final Typed  One Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Mon., 10/13; Typed Final Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Weds., 10/15; Thurs., 10/16

WEEK OF MONDAY, 10/13

Mon., 10/13

Due:  Final Typed One Paragraph King Arthur Essays

In Class:  Check in Final Typed One Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Continue peer editing, teacher editing, and revising Typed Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays

Homework: Typed Final Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Weds., 10/15; Thurs., 10/16

Tues., 10/14

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Go over Five Paragraph Essay Rubric for Five Paragraph King Arthur Essay; Continue working on peer and teacher editing and revising Typed Draft of Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays

Homework:  Typed Final Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Weds., 10/15; Thurs., 10/16

Weds., 10/15; Thurs., 10/16

Due:  Typed Final Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays

In Class:  Check in Typed Final Draft Three Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Return King Arthur Shields and set up student Portfolios; Begin working on Typed Drafts of Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays if there is time in class

Fri., 10/17

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  This is a work day.  Students will work on drafting their Typed Draft Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Teacher edit and assist drafting process

Homework:  Typed Draft Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Mon., 10/20

Mon., 10/20

Due:  Typed Draft Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays

Check in, peer and teacher edit, and revise Typed Draft Five Paragraph Essays

Homework:  Final Typed Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Weds., 10/22; Thurs., 10/23

Tues., 10/21

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  This is a work day; peer and teacher edit, and revise Typed Draft Five Paragraph Essays

Homework:  Final Typed Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays due Weds., 10/22; Thurs., 10/23

Weds., 10/22; Thurs., 10/23

Due:  Final Typed Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays

In Class:  Check in and collect Final Typed Five Paragraph King Arthur Essays; Ms. Share’s classes’ have LA Game Day!

Homework:  Nothing

 

 

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 29

CONTINUE TO BRING YOUR KING ARTHUR BOOKS TO CLASS EACH DAY!

Monday, 9/29

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Explain CERS (which is used by the Common Core-Claim (Thesis), Evidence (Details and Examples), Reasoning (Explanation), Synthesis (Conclusion) and how it relates to essay writing in Language Arts; discuss Thesis/Claim and work on Thesis Statements/Claims on Thesis/Claim worksheets in class and have them checked over by me before moving forward.

Homework:  Nothing

Tuesday, 9/30

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Check in for credit the Maya Angelou “Why the Caged Bird Sings” Journal in your Composition Notebooks; check in the remainder of the Thesis Statement/Claim Worksheets; find 3 quotes (Details and Examples/Evidence)in “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” story which back up your Thesis/Claim and cite them properly in your Composition Notebooks; when you are finished begin working on the Graphic Organizer which requires your Thesis Statement/Claim as well as the 3 Quotes (Details and Examples/Evidence)you have chosen from the story, cited properly.  NOTE that I am not requiring that you fill in the Conclusion at this point.

Homework:  Graphic Organizer (except for the Conclusion) due Weds., 10/1; Thurs., 10/2

Wednesday, 10/1; Thursday, 10/2

Due:  Graphic Organizer (except for the Conclusion)

In Class:  Review and check in Graphic Organizers; go over the Conclusion for the Graphic Organizer for the 1 Paragraph Essay; begin working on your Final Outline. Work on this in class;  Check these Final Outlines in with peers/me.  When you are finished, review the One Paragraph Essay Rubric again; begin word processing the Draft One Paragraph Essays in class using your Rubric for guidance on the requirements for the Essay; remember to place the Name, Date, Hour, Teacher as well as to fill in the PASS KEY  in the upper left hand side of the page before you begin the One Paragraph Essay;  Follow the “How to Format an Essay in Language Arts” handout you were given in the beginning of the year that we will go over in class; When you are finished typing up your One Paragraph Essay, we will discuss how you will teacher and peer edit your essays.

Homework:  Final Outlines MUST be completed at the beginning of class on Friday, 10/3

Friday, 10/3

Due:  Final Outlines if they have not been checked in by me.

In Class:  (NOTE:  If you would like to bring your computer to class to type your drafts of our essays, feel free to do so.  You must be able to print from your computer, since each draft and final essay must be printed and brought to class at the beginning of class on the date it is due.)  Check in Final Outlines (if they have not been checked in); work on word processed Draft One Paragraph Essays; work on teacher and peer editing word processed Drafts of One Paragraph Essays (You must have your Draft One Paragraph Essays peer edited by 2 peers); work on making changes on word processed Drafts of One Paragraph Essays; make sure that I take a quick look at your Draft One Paragraph Essays; Discuss how to move from the One Paragraph Essay to the Three Paragraph Essay-Review the 3 Paragraph Rubric.  If you are finished with the Draft One Paragraph Essay and have had it edited by 2 peers and by me, you may begin drafting your Word Processed 3 Paragraph Essay.

Homework:  Your re-worked word processed Draft One Paragraph Essays due Monday, 10/6.

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 9/22

Monday, 9/22

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  5th and 6th Hours:  complete “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight;” begin discussion on themes in “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight;” discuss and if there is time begin Journal Question on theme on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.”

Homework:  Journal on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” written in Composition Notebooks due for all classes Tues., 9/23

Tues., 9/23

Due:  Journal on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” written in Composition Notebooks

In Class:  Check in,  discuss, and share Journals on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” on theme written in Composition Notebooks

Homework:  Nothing

Weds., Thurs., 9/24, 9/25 (NOTE:  There will be no homework on Weds.-Fri. due to the Rosh Hashanah holiday.)

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  1st, 2nd, 3rd and 6th Hours will watch the A&E DVD King Arthur:  His Life and Legends and respond to a worksheet while watching the DVD which we will discuss after watching the video; 5th Hour will take the NWEA Reading test (5th Hour has already watched the video and answered the questions on the worksheet).

Homework:  Nothing

Fri., 9/26

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  We will be working on  poetry in class; we will read a poem or poems, and will analyze and write a response to a prompt about the poem(s) in our Composition Notebooks in class.

Homework:  If you have not finished the poetry prompt in class, it is due on Mon., 9/29

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 9/15

Monday, 9/15

Due:  King Arthur vocabulary; King Arthur books

In Class:  What did you learn from the King Arthur Shield assignment?; Check in and check over King Arthur vocabulary assignment; begin re-reading “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” together as a class

Homework:  Bring King Arthur books to class

Tuesday, 9/16

Due:  King Arthur books

In Class:  Read “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” and discuss; 5th Hour will have a Journal Question to respond to (Classes 1,2,3, and 6 are taking the NWEA Reading test this week and will respond to the Journal Question next week)

Homework:  Journal Question on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” for Hour 5 due Weds., 9/17

Weds., 9/17; Thurs., 9/18

Due:  Journal Question on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” for 5th Hour

In Class:  NWEA for Hours 1, 2, 3, and 6; check in and share Journal Question for 5th Hour; watch King Arthur video; begin working on questions on King Arthur video

Homework:  King Arthur video questions for Hour 5 due Monday, 9/22

Fri., 9/20

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Field Trip to Oakland County Courthouse from 8 am-12:30 pm; meet in Academic Labs to watch a movie related to our Field Trip

Homework:  King Arthur video questions for Hour 5 only due Monday 9/22

 

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PLEASE NOTE:  STUDENTS SHOULD BRING A BOOK TO CLASS TO READ IF THEY FINISH THEIR WORK   AND HAPPEN TO HAVE SOME EXTRA TIME IN CLASS

WEEK OF MONDAY. 9/8

Mon., 9/8

Due:  Binders, dividers, paper, writing utensils, composition notebook and planner (PLEASE BRING ALL OF THESE WITH YOU EVERY DAY!); Signed Course Description; pass out textbooks

In Class:  Collect and check in signed Course Descriptions; put together binders with handouts

Homework:  Bring King Arthur books to class every day beginning Tues., 9/9; bring colored pencils Weds., 9/11; Thurs., 9/12

Tues., 9/9

Due:  King Arthur books

In Class:  Introduction to King Arthur Unit Focus Questions; Introduction to King Arthur King Arthur Shield project; review symbols

Homework:  Bring colored pencils to class on Weds., 9/10; Thurs., 9/11; Remember to bring King Arthur books to class every day

Weds., 9/10 (1st, 3rd and 5th), Thurs., 9/11 (2nd, 5th)

Due:  Bring colored pencils; bring King Arthur books to class every day

In Class:  Begin and work on King Arthur shield assignment

Homework:  If you don’t finish Shield assignment in class, you must finish it at home for HOMEWORK.  It is due in class on Fri., 9/12

Fri., 9/12

Due:  King Arthur shields

In Class:  Share King Arthur shields with the class; pass out King Arthur vocabulary assignment and work on in class if there is time

Homework:  King Arthur vocabulary assignment due Mon., 9/15; bring King Arthur novel every day to class

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PLEASE NOTE 2 IMPORTANT THINGS:

1).  I keep this Homework Blog as up to date as possible, but there are times that the timing of our classes’ curriculum changes for various reasons.  Please know that your child’s PLANNER is the most up to date way of knowing what we are doing in class and homework due dates.  Please check PLANNERS for more up to date information.

2).  This brings me to the 2nd important thing.  It is important that your child have and use a PLANNER.  I begin each of my classes going over what  HOMEWORK is assigned that day, and I review what HOMEWORK has been assigned previously. There are PLANNERS that can be purchased from the BCS Office.  Or your child may use any PLANNER he or she chooses, including electronic PLANNERS.

I look forward to teaching each of your children in my LA classes this year!

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2014

Monday, 9/1

NO SCHOOL-LABOR DAY

Tuesday, 9/2

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Welcome!  About Me; About You-What did you read(or what did you do that was exciting) over the summer? What are y0u most excited for in 7/8 Language Arts this year?; physical layout of the classroom; some “ground rules”-more about that later; hand out and review Course Outline

Homework:  1).  Binder, dividers, paper, writing utensils, composition notebooks due Weds., 9/3, Thurs., 9/4; 2). Think about what your favorite books are…due Weds., 9/3;, Thurs., 9/4; 3). LA Summer Packet King Arthur assignment due Fri., 9/5; 4).  Signed Course Description due Mon., 9/5

Weds., 9/3, Thurs., 9/4

Due:  1).  Binder, dividers, paper, writing utensils, composition notebooks; 2). What are some of your favorite books?

In Class:  “Count on it” activity-classroom norms; review how to access my Homework Blog and my contact information; My Favorite Bookshelf activity in class  and share with the class (if not finished-complete for homework due Friday, 9/5

Homework:  LA Summer Packet King Arthur assignment due Fri., 9/5; Complete My Favorite Bookshelf activity if not completed in class, due Fri., 9/5;  Signed Course Description due Mon., 9/8; Continue to bring binders, dividers, paper, writing utensils, and composition notebooks.  We will be putting binders together on Monday, 9/8

Fri., 9/5

Due:  LA Summer Packet King Arthur assignment; My Favorite Bookshelf activity if not completed;

In class:  Finish sharing My Favorite Bookshelf activity and hang in hallway; check in and discuss LA Summer Packet King Arthur assignments

Homework:  Signed Course Description due Mon., 9/8;  Binders, dividers, paper, writing utensils, and composition notebooks due Mon., 9/8.  We will be putting binders together on Mon., 9/8.

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 6/9

Monday, 8/9

MOVE-UP DAY!

Cedar Point Town Hall Meeting

8th Grade Graduation Rehearsal

(Special Schedule)

Due: Novels and textbooks that have not been turned in yet (or book fines) due  to Mrs. Best in the office

In Class: Poetry and discuss

Homework:  Nothing

Tuesday, 6/10

All classes will be seen today (Special Schedule)

Due:  Novels and textbooks that have not been turned in yet (or book fines) due  to Mrs. Best in the office

In Class:  LA Game Day and class parties

Homework:  Nothing

Wednesday, 6/11

Wacky Recess today! (Special Schedule)

Locker Clean-Out

Due:  Novels and textbooks that have not been turned in yet (or book fines) due  to Mrs. Best in the office

In Class:  Poetry and discuss

Homework:  Nothing

Thursday, 6/12

Cedar Point!

Friday, 6/13

Last Day of School!

1/2 Day

7/8 Breakfast  and 8th Grade video in the Cafeteria: 9-10:30

Academic Lab:  10:35-11:20

HAVE A SAFE AND FUN SUMMER!!

 

 

 

 

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 6/3

Monday, 6/3

Due:  For those classes which did not complete the reading of the Diary of Anne Frank in class, you must have completed the reading by today at the beginning of class; responses to Questions 1,2 and 6 on page 514 on The Diary of Anne Frank

In Class:  Check in and discuss responses to Questions 1, 2 and 6 on page 514; show and discuss video on Sir Nicholas Winton, a hero during the Holocaust who saved over 660 children from Czechoslovakia

Homework:  “Hero” prompt due Tuesday, 6/4; Wednesday, 6/5 at the beginning of class

Tuesday, 6/3; Wednesday, 6/4

Due:  “Hero” prompt

In Class:  Check in The Language of Literature textbooks and any other novels not turned in yet.  Fine slips for novels or textbooks not paid for lost or damaged books by this Friday, 6/6 will be turned in to Mrs. Best in the office.  Those novels and/or textbooks and/or fines must be turned in to her or paid to her in order for students to attend the Cedar Point trip; Discussand check in “Hero” prompt (and finish up checking in and discussing Questions 1, 2 and 6 on page 514 if necessary)

Homework: Turn in any missing novels/textbooks and any late work

Wednesday, 6/4; Thursday, 6/5

Due:  Turn in any missing novels/textbooks and any late work

In Class:  Watch the film “Paper Clips” to finish up our Holocaust Unit

Homework:  Turn in any missing novels/textbooks and any late work

Friday, 6/6

Due:  Turn in any fines and missing novels/textbooks to Mrs. Best in the office and any late work

In Class:  Watch the film “Paper Clips” to finish up our Holocaust Unit and discuss

Homework:  Nothing

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WEEK OF MAY 26

MONDAY, MAY 26;

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY!

Tuesday, 5/27; Wednesday, 5/28

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Continue reading the play of The Diary of Anne Frank as a class and discuss as we read

Homework:  Return any novels not yet turned in; remember to bring your green textbook to class; bring your composition notebook and a writing utensil to class

Wednesday, 5/28; Thursday, 5/29

Due:  Return any novels not yet turned in; remember to bring your green textbook to class; bring your composition notebook and a writing utensil to class each day

In Class:  Return graded work and work on Portfolios; 8th graders take Portfolios home; if there is time, we will visit the Book Fair in the Media Center

Homework:  Return any novels not yet turned in; remember to bring your green textbook to class; bring your composition notebook and a writing utensil to class each day

Friday, 5/30

Due:  Return any novels not yet turned in; remember to bring your green textbook to class; bring your composition notebook and a writing utensil to class each day

In Class:  Continue reading the play version of The Diary of Anne Frank as a class and discuss as we read; if there is time, discuss how everyday people become heroes and watch the “60 Minutes” video clip on a British hero (if not, we will watch this next week)

Homework:  Return any novels not yet turned in; remember to bring your green textbook to class; bring your composition notebook and a writing utensil to class each day; If we do not finish the play The Diary of Anne Frank, finish the play and answer Questions 1, 2, and 6 on page 514 of your green Language of Literature textbooks.  Each question should be answered in 1/2 page explaining and giving examples from the play. You do not have to write out the questions, but you do have to write out the proper heading at the top, left hand side of the page,  and you MUST write out the responses to these questions in your COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS. This assignment is due Monday, 6/1 at the beginning of class.

 

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 4/28

Monday, 4/28

Due:  2 Final Short Essays on The Outsiders written in your composion notebooks

In Class:  Review and Check in Final Short Essays on The Outsiders; Introduce Insights Short Story-Narrative Essay; Review Focus Questions for Insights Unit; Review Rubric for Insights Short Story; Work on Insights Short Story “Story Mapin class-what will your story be about?; If your Story Map is not completed in class, you must complete it as Homework

Homework:  Completed Story Maps due Tuesday, 4/29; Wednesday, 4/30; FINAL INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES due FRIDAY, 5/9

Tuesday, 4/29; Wednesday, 4/30

In Class:  Peer and teacher edit Story Maps; Introduce Bag of Tricks, The Whats, and Diagologue Rules to Know and Follow which you will use when writing your Insights Short Story; Begin to type your INTRODUCTION  and BODY  (including your SETTING) with the proper HEADING (HEADING AND PASS KEY) at the top left hand side of the paper with an appropriate TITLE that is creative and makes sense with your story.

Homework: Draft of HEADING, INTRODUCTION, AND BODY (just SETTING)  and TITLE dueWednesday, 4/30; Thursday, 5/1; FINAL INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES due FRIDAY, 5/9

Wednesday, 4/30; Thursday, 5/1

Due:  Drafts of HEADING, INTRODUCTION, AND BODY (just SETTING) and TITLE

In Class:  Peer and teacher edit drafts of HEADING, INTRODUCTION, AND BODY (just SETTING) and TITLE; Begin work on the BODY (detailed paragraphs WITH A MINIMUN OF 8 LINES OF DIALOGUE and a MINIMUM OF 5 DIFFERENT TYPES OF THE WHATS WITH the DIALOGUE)

Homework: BODY (detailed paragraphs WITH A MINIMUN OF 8 LINES OF DIALOGUE and a MINIMUM OF 5 DIFFERENT TYPES OF THE WHATS WITH the DIALOGUE) due Friday, 5/2; INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES due FRIDAY, 5/9

Friday, 5/2

Due: BODY (detailed paragraphs WITH A MINIMUN OF 8 LINES OF DIALOGUE and a MINIMUM OF 5 DIFFERENT TYPES OF THE WHATS WITH the DIALOGUE)

In Class: Peer and teacher edit drafts of BODY detailed paragraphs with a minimum of 8 LINES OF DIALOGUE and a MINIMUM OF 5 DIFERENT TYPES OF THE WHATS WITH THE DIALOGUE); Begin working on the CONCLUSION and when finished peer and teacher edit CONCLUSION

Homework:  TYPED DRAFT OF CONCLUSION AND COMPLETE 1st DRAFT OF INSIGHTS SHORT STORY DUE MONDAY, 5/5; FINAL INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES due FRIDAY, 5/9

WEEK OF MONDAY,5/5

Due:  TYPED DRAFT OF CONCLUSION AND COMPLETE 1st DRAFT OF INSIGHTS SHORT STORY

In Class:   Peer and teacher edit drafts of CONCLUSION summarizing the insight gained related to the incident in the story and summarizes the main points of the story; Begin working on PEER AND TEACHER EDITING ENTIRE INSIGHTS SHORT STORY and REVISING INSIGHTS SHORT STORY

Homework:  Revised INSIGHTS SHORT STORY DUE Weds., 5/7; Thurs., 5/8; FINAL INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES WITH RUBRIC due FRIDAY, 5/9

Tues., 5/6; Weds., 5/7

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Criterion testing; Work on revising Insights Short Stories when finished with testing

Homework:  Revised INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES DUE Weds., 5/7; Thurs., 5/8; FINAL INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES WITH RUBRIC DUE FRIDAY, 5/9

Weds., 5/7; Thurs., 5/8

Due:   Revised INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES

In Class:  Work on PEER AND TEACHER EDITING REVISED INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES and work on FINAL COPIES OF INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES

Homework:  Final INSIGHTS SHORT STORIES WITH RUBRIC due FRIDAY, 5/9

Friday, 5/9

Due:  Final Insights Short Stories with Rubrics

In Class:  Check in Final Insights Short Stories with Rubrics; share Insights Short Stories

Homework:  Nothing

WEEK OF MONDAY, 5/12

Monday, 5/12

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Begin Genocides/Holocaust/ Ann Frank Unit; Watch HBO’s “One Survivor Remembers”

Homework:  Nothing

Tues., 5/13; Weds., 5/14

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Group project on genocides

Homework:  Nothing

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