Today, 1st period will read 10 minutes. Remember to take care of your reading logs and AR tests during this time if you need to.
“It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get up.” Vince Lombardi
- Who never gets knocked down?
- What does it take to get up after you’ve been knocked down?
- What role do the people around you play in this? Can others make you more or less likely to get up or stay down?
We are done with the Lottery project. We will now move on to our novels and our ERWC project and our new novels.
Due Today: Reading Logs, Frayer Models. Phone calls home for missing assignments. I will also be sending an email home about missing work.
In Classroom, you will find our new Grammar / Vocab test.
Five Day Grammar
We will continue practicing using quotations to support our ideas. The quotes must be cited correctly using MLA formatting.
This week we will have 5 new Vocab words. The words come from the novel we are going to read, My Brother Sam is Dead. Make sure you complete a Frayer Model for each of the words.
Periods 1, 4, and 5 Vocabulary
Take today’s test!
Five Day Grammar
We’ve been working on the following for a few weeks now. It is time that you finish the work on your own. Don’t forget, this is a big project and is worth many points.
The Lottery Mark Up the Text
The Lottery Project
We will continue practicing using quotations to support our ideas. The quotes must be cited correctly using MLA formatting. This week, we will do this while taking Cornell Notes.
This week’s words are words come from The Good Earth. These are words you should know if you are to read the book. They are also high-level vocabulary that advanced students are generally familiar with.