ESPAÑOL (Semana del 26 al 30 de octubre.)

Día Tema Tarea Fecha de entrega
Lunes, martes y miércoles El diálogo Elabora una lista de 7 actitudes adecuadas a la hora de conversar.  Miércoles 28 de octubre.
Jueves Biblioteca Terminar el paquete de círculos literarios de la lectura semanal.
Viernes ————— ——————–
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Language Arts October 26-30

6th graders will be finishing up Chapter 18 with writing effective sentences in which each day they will focus on a skill to incorporate into sample writings and examples.  Students will also continue to read Where the Red Fern Grows and answer chapter questions. For homework this week, students must complete questions for chapters 2-4. There is a vocabulary list with each chapter questions.  This will be used for a practice spelling bee.  This is in preparation Language Arts Festival Spelling Bee on November 6 and the essay/oration competition on November 20th.  At the end of the week, 6th graders will attend an anti-bullying presentation performed by the 8th graders.  6th graders will have the opportunity to evaluate the performance and the information provided to determine if the information presented is useful in their every-day-lives.  There will be not test or quiz this week.

Language Arts October 19-22

6th graders will need their text book for this week because we will concentrate on writing better sentences and paragraphs in Chapter 18.  After reading their essays about the theme from the book The Loser, I noticed that a good portion of students had fragmented and run-on sentences.  So we’ll spend the week building their writing skills to identify and revise these writing mistakes. 6th graders will begin reading Where the Red Fern Grows and will answer TDQ for homework for Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be a quiz Wednesday on these skills.

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Language Arts October 12-16

For the closing of the first quarter, the 6th graders are finishing their book on The Loser.  The only homework for the week will be revising their short essay about the major theme from the book.  They will be working on how to write an essay by using the 5 steps writing strategy and the essay they just turned in.  By revising/editing, the 6th graders should get a good handle on how to structure a essay.  There will be no test/quiz.

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Week of Oct. 12 AP Literature

TOPIC OBJECTIVES ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES & CLASSWORK HOMEWORK
MONDAY

 

 

 

 

-present literary devices and poet comparison; compare and contrast poems and devices Complete presentations of poets
TUESDAY

 

 

 

 

-Analyze, compare and contrast responses of AP scoring Analysis of AP exam poetry response; discussion of scoring
WEDNESDAY

 

 

 

 

– Analyze, compare and contrast responses of AP scoring – Analysis of AP exam poetry response; discussion of scoring
THURSDAY

 

 

 

 

Evaluate and analyze context, author background Begin short story unit and context information; annotation and discussion Annotate and complete reading
FRIDAY

 

 

 

 

Evaluate and analyze context, author background Short story unit and context information; in-class graded discussion

World Literature Week of Oct. 12

TOPIC OBJECTIVES ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES & CLASSWORK HOMEWORK
MONDAY

 

 

 

 

Present findings of author information and literary devices Finish presentations
TUESDAY

 

 

 

 

Analyze context and author information of text  Begin short story unit; In-class reading and questions Complete reading and questions for homework; short story given as class handout
WEDNESDAY

 

 

 

 

Present findings of literary devices and annotations of text; explain rational of responses using text -Graded in-class discussion of short story (hw grade)
THURSDAY

 

 

 

 

– Present findings of literary devices and annotations of text; explain rational of responses using text Short story discussion and in-class reading with questions
FRIDAY

 

 

 

 

– Present findings of literary devices and annotations of text; explain rational of responses using text  – Graded in-class discussion of short story (hw grade) Complete reading and questions for homework; short story given as class handout