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First Day of School

  • Welcome Back!!
  • Icebreaker: Who am I really??
  • Class Letter: Read and discuss
  • History: Receive your history textbook to be left at home
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  • Name Tags
  • Narrative Writing: Advice
  • Mandala: Work on symbols and character traits
  • Review Grades Online, Q, and homework policy
  • Work Due Today:
  • Be sure to leave the purple history book assigned to you at home!
  • Show your parents my website! If you are here..... REMEMBER THE KEY WORD: SCOOBS!
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  • Mandala: Work on symbols and character traits
  • Timeline: Discuss BC vs. BCE and AD; take notes; practice a historical timeline using history book and knowledge; begin personal timeline
  • Descriptive Writing: Discuss tomorrow's writing prompt: Describe a place or location where you feel peaceful and content. What do you usually do there, and why is it meaningful to you?
  • Read Silently
  • Work Due Today:
  • Visit my website! Write down key word in your organizer
  • Welcome Back!: Discuss and sign! To receive full points, don't forget to ALSO fill out the Google form: http://goo.gl/forms/hjg7chtqSz with your parents!
  • Mandala: Picture
  • Bring in chapter book
  • Review my website! If you are here..... REMEMBER THE KEY WORD: PICKLES!
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  • Descriptive Writing: Describe a place or location where you feel peaceful and content. What do you usually do there, and why is it meaningful to you?
  • Mandala: Work on symbols and character traits
  • Timeline: Review 10 events with 2 details; proportionately plot dates; put events into 2 complete sentences; work on symbols/ pictures for each event
  • "What the Art May Tell": Begin reading article from Ancient World book pg. 24-28; work on Google Presentation; include one picture per slide
  • Work Due Today:
  • Timeline: either TYPE and PRINT or neatly handwrite on lined binder paper 10 events with their exact dates and 2 details each
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  • "What the Art May Tell": Complete reading article from Ancient World book pg. 24-28; complete work on Google Presentation; include one picture per slide
  • Timeline: Complete... Review 10 events with 2 details; proportionately plot dates; put events into 2 complete sentences; work on symbols/ pictures for each event
  • Work Due Today:
  • Mandala: ALL; see classroom board for specifics.... write them down in your organizer!
  • Timeline: Write 2 complete sentences for each event; this may be written directly on the timeline; PRINT if you are typing so that it may be cut and glued on your timeline; 1 picture or symbol for each event (may be printed from internet, sticker... or, write down what you plan to draw for that event)
  • Timeline: Correct for half credit back if needed.... either TYPE and PRINT or neatly handwrite on lined binder paper 10 events with their exact dates and 2 details each
  • Tribes: Think of 3 artifacts you would bring in that would represent you
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  • Archaeological Dig: Excavate a site and uncover an ancient tribe's artifacts; determine conclusions based on unbiased observations
  • Tribes: Elements of a Tribe: Choose a shaman; come up with a tribe name and roles for each member; begin writing your component of your tribe
  • Cave: Being reading chapter 1; what animals are extinct, possible cousins, and ones currently roaming the earth? What is the meaning of Taboo? Determine a taboo for your tribe
  • Work Due Today:
  • Tribes: Bring in 3 artifacts that represent you! Put in a paper bag or shoe box.
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  • Tribes: Elements of a Tribe: Complete final edits with your group and submit; Choose a shaman; come up with a tribe name and roles for each member; begin writing your component of your tribe
  • Tribes: Descriptive Writing: Uncover artifacts from the ancient times! What are they? How do they represent your tribe? Discuss unbiased vs. biased observations; No use of first person! Focus on imagery....
  • "What the Art May Tell": Final edits... reading article from Ancient World book pg. 24-28; complete work on Google Presentation; include one picture per slide
  • Cave: Continue reading chapter 1; discuss a taboo for your tribe; focus on repetition... scar... rabbit... taboos
  • Work Due Today:
  • Timeline: ALL
  • Tribes: Elements of a Tribe: Your slide (1 picture; 6-8 sentences; proper title)
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  • Tribes: Descriptive Writing: FINAL DRAFT: discuss how to begin sentences without pronouns... adverbs... imagery... present tense
  • Cave Wall
  • Tribes: Elements of a Tribe: PRINT 2x and attach one to wall
  • Cave: Continue reading chapter 1; discuss a taboo for your tribe; focus on repetition... scar... rabbit... taboos
  • Work Due Today:
  • Tribes: Descriptive Writing: 1st Draft: Be sure it is attached to Google Classroom; 3 examples with 2 details each; a lead and concluding sentences; no first person
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  • PRIDE: Visit from Admin and Counselor at 9:00
  • Early Humans: Discuss what a "tool" is and how it applies to an australopithecus... What were their tools? And, what were they used for?; begin reading Ch. 1, Section 1; what is pre-history?; pg. 123-124; begin workbook pg. 2-3
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Discuss experiment and review meaning of unbiased observations; PAMPHLET
  • Work Due Today:
  • Back-to-School Night: 6:00 to 8:20
  • Tribes: Descriptive Writing: FINAL Draft: PRINT 2x; Be sure to follow ALL requirements listed on Google Classroom and SUBMIT on Google Classroom
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  • MAP Testing
  • Easy Grammar: Discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, and simple subjects; ...through the desk activity; begin pg. 7
  • Cave: Read chapter 1-2; discuss a taboo for your tribe; focus on repetition... scar... rabbit... taboos; figurative language: onomatopoeias and alliteration
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Review experiment and results
  • Slient Reading
  • Work Due Today:
  • Early Humans: Ch. 1, Sec. 1 pg. 2-3 workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: Continue... Discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, and simple subjects; ...through the desk activity; begin pg. 7
  • Library: 2nd period
  • Silent Reading
  • MAP Testing
  • Cave: Continue reading chapter 1-2; discuss a taboo for your tribe; focus on repetition... scar... rabbit... taboos; figurative language: onomatopoeias and alliteration
  • Work Due Today:
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  • Easy Grammar: Continue to discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, and simple subjects; remember... through the desk activity; begin pg. 8
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Discuss and begin experiment and review meaning of unbiased observations; PAMPHLET
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 7
  • Early Humans: Ch. 1, Sec. 1 pg. 2-3 workbook... Corrections: Unless you received 100%, everyone MUST correct work
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  • Easy Grammar: Continue to discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, and simple subjects; remember... through the desk activity; begin pg. 9
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Finish experiment and review meaning of unbiased observations; PAMPHLET
  • Cave: Finish reading chapter 1-2; discuss a taboo for your tribe; focus on repetition... scar... rabbit... taboos; figurative language: onomatopoeias and alliteration
  • Debate: Would you go into the Forbidden Slough if you knew it was full of evil spirits but your clan was starving?
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 8
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment!: Physical Appearance estimated measurements AND comparisons to objects, brow ridges "protruding" or "NOT protruding", etc.
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  • Easy Grammar: Continue to discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, and simple subjects; remember... through the desk activity; begin pg. 10
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Review skulls and charts
  • Debate: Would you go into the Forbidden Slough if you knew it was full of evil spirits but your clan was starving? Review parent interviews
  • Cave: Read chapter 3; Tao vs. the Rabbit and Ram... another taboo
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 9
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment!: ALL columns/ cells to be completed; SUBMIT to Google Classroom
  • Interview: Debate with a parent whether or not they would enter the Demoned Slough... Write down: Did you change their mind? What was their final viewpoint and why?
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  • Easy Grammar: Focus on Infinitives vs. Prepositional Phrases; begin pg. 12
  • Lit Analysis: Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment! Review corrections of skulls and charts
  • Early Humans: Why the Agricultural Revolution?
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 10
  • Early Humans: Observation Skulls Experiment!: Corrected work for half credit back (optional)
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    September 2018
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    Labor Day

    NO SCHOOL

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  • Easy Grammar: Continue to discuss prepositions, objects of the preposition, main verbs, simple subject, and infinitives; remember... through the desk activity; begin pg. 13
  • Lit Analysis: Continue... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving; begin Argumentative Analysis
  • Early Humans: Why the Agricultural Revolution? Continue discussion...
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 12
  • Lit Response: 3-step questions on Google Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss verb phrases (main verbs vs. helping verbs); discuss how "not" is an adverb that breaks up a verb phrase; begin pg. 14
  • Cave: Read and act out Ch. 4-7
  • Early Humans: Focus on Otzi the Iceman and the importance of the discovery; finish reading and discussing Ch. 1, Section 1
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 13
  • Lit Response: Groupwork: 3-step questions, Argumentative Outline, and your own thoughts paragraph on Google Classroom; FINAL
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss verb phrases (main verbs vs. helping verbs); discuss how "not" is an adverb that breaks up a verb phrase; discuss Compound Objects of the Preposition; begin pg. 16
  • Cave: Continue... Read and act out Ch. 4-7
  • Early Man: Take notes on Ch. 1, Section 1 using Google Slides; discuss Language
  • Lit Analysis: How do I make corrections?... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving; begin Argumentative Analysis
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 14
  • Early Humans: Ch. 1, Sec. 1 pg. 3-4 wkbk
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Compound Objects of the Preposition & Compound Subjects; begin pg. 17
  • Cave: Finish... Read and act out Ch. 4-7
  • Lit Analysis: Continue... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving
  • Early Man: Finish taking notes on Ch. 1, Section 1 using Google Slides; discuss Language
  • Bones
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 16
  • Early Humans: Ch. 1, Sec. 1 pg. 1, 5 wkbk
  • Lit Response: Groupwork: CORRECT 3-step questions, Argumentative Outline, and your own thoughts paragraph on Google Classroom; FINAL
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Compound Subjects; begin pg. 18
  • Lit Analysis: Continue... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving; FINAL; review work/ meet with me
  • Cave: Read Ch. 8-10... focus on symbolism of Saxon
  • Early Man: Review how to study for quiz
  • Bones
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 17
  • Lit Response: Groupwork: your two 3-step questions on Google Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Imperative Statements and the Implied "You"; begin pg. 20
  • Early Man: Ch. 1, Section 1 Quiz
  • Cave: Read Ch. 8-10... focus on symbolism of Saxon and metaphors: Mammoths-that-Walk
  • Lit Analysis: Continue... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving
  • Bundle of Bog Bodies: Read article from Ancient World, pg. 29-34; work in table groups to complete a group presentation on Google Slides
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 18
  • Early Man: Study for Ch. 1, Section 1 Quiz
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Prepositions vs. Adverbs; begin pg. 22; Preposition SONG!
  • Bundle of Bog Bodies: Finish... Read article from Ancient World, pg. 29-34; work in table groups to complete a group presentation on Google Slides
  • Mesopotamia: Begin reading and discussing Ch. 1, Section 2; focus on the River Valleys... You Fradies of What?? Tigers, GRRR!... and Rise of Sumer; begin workbook, discuss requirements and watch "Sumerian Achievements"
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 20
  • Lit Response: your two 3-step questions on Google Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 23
  • Cave: Read Ch. 11-13... focus on predictions
  • Mesopotamia: Begin taking notes on Ch. 1, Section 2; focus on Sumer, The Cradle of Civilization; continue workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 22
  • Bundle of Bog Bodies: Complete Google Presentation; group leader submits
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 24
  • Cave: Read Ch. 11-13... focus on predictions
  • Citing Evidence: Review how to cite dialogue properly with single, double, and triple quotation marks
  • Lit Analysis:Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving; complete individual analysis during class
  • Mesopotamia: Work on Ch. 1, Section 2 workbook; Discuss river floods, dams, irrigation, and fighting between city states... act out!
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 23
  • Mesopotamia: Ch. 1, Sec. 2 pg. 7, 8, and top of 9 Sum-It-Up
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 25
  • Cave: Read Ch. 14-18... focus on predictions and climax
  • Swimming Into the Ice Age: Read article from The Ancient World pg. 17-23; present answer with evidence to the class
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 24
  • Easy Grammar: 5 Bonus Points: Preposition SONG memorized!
  • Lit Response: your two 3-step questions on Google Classroom
  • Mesopotamia: Ch. 1, Sec. 2 pg. 9, 10, and top of 11 Sum-It-Up
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 26
  • Cave: Read Ch. 14-18... focus on symbolism and conclusion
  • Lit Analysis: Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving
  • Mesopotamia: Continue reading Ch. 1, Section 2; finish Google Slide notes; focus on Sargon and Hammurabi;were Hammurabi's Laws: Fair or Cruel?
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 25
  • Read for 30 minutes...
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 27
  • Lit Analysis: Review... Discuss organization of thoughts to prove your point.... 1. Re-state question 2. Evidence (with proper punctuation) 3. Proving; work on FINAL ANALYSIS
  • Hammurabi's Code: Read article from Ancient World; discuss which laws "made sense", which were unusual, and which were extreme
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 26
  • Lit Response: your one 3-step questions on Google Classroom
  • Mesopotamia: Ch. 1, Sec. 1 pg. 6, 11-13 wkbk
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 28
  • Mesopotamia: Ch. 1, Section 2 Quiz
  • Mesopotamia: Review Hammurabi vs. Babylon... Begin the CRAZY Assyrians
  • Library: Speaker, author
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 27
  • Lit Response: FINAL Analysis; SUBMIT on Google Classroom and PRINT
  • Mesopotamia: Study for quiz on Ch. 1, Section 2
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 29
  • StudySync: Blast: Turning Points: Discuss articles; write Main Idea claim to Big Question
  • Assyrians: Begin reading Ch. 1, Section 3; work on pg. 15-16 workbook; take notes
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 28
  • Read for 30 minutes
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; begin pg. 30
  • StudySync: Hatchet: First Read: Annotate (guided and small group); work with a partner on Think Q's
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 29
  • Assyrians: Ch. 1, Sec. 3 pg. 15-16 workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Prepositions, Subjects, Verb Phrases, Direct Objects and Adverbs; review for exam
  • StudySync: Hatchet: First Read: Work with a partner on Think Q's
  • Lit Analysis: Meet with me to review final analysis and score
  • Chaldeans: Begin reading and discussing Ch. 1, Sec. 3; begin workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 30
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  • Easy Grammar EXAM #1
  • StudySync: Hatchet: Point of View: Discuss importance of Point of View; 2 question quiz
  • StudySync: Hatchet: Comprehension & Vocab: Use annotated workbook to answer questions
  • Chaldeans: Take notes on Ch. 1, Sec. 3; finish workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: Review for exam
  • StuySync: Hatchet: Lit Analysis: Think Q's
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  • Read Quietly
  • StudySync: Blast: Survivors: Discuss articles; write Main Idea claim to Big Question
  • Writing and Alphabets: Why Did People Begin Writing? Read article from The Ancient World pg. 45-48; create a presentation through the questions
  • StudySync: Hatchet: Review Think Question analyses with me
  • Work Due Today:
  • Chaldeans: Ch. 1, Sec. 3 pg. 14, 16-18
  • StuySync: Hatchet: Point of View and Comprehension/ Vocab
  • Parent Signature: Easy Grammar Exam #1
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  • New Empires: Ch. 1, Section 3 Quiz
  • Read Quietly
  • Turning Points: Graphic Organizer: Discuss how to organize information for Boy of the Painted Cave and Hatchet; we will use this when we write our final analysis
  • First Civilizations: Study for Ch. 1, FINAL EXAM on Tuesday; focus on Section 1.... Jeopardy
  • Work Due Today:
  • New Empires: Study for Ch. 1, Section 3 Quiz
  • Writing and Alphabets: Article analysis presentation
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    October 2018
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Direct Objects; begin pg. 32
  • StudySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: First Read: Annotate workbook focusing on Character Development; Think questions
  • Work Due Today:
  • The First Civilizations: Study for Chapter 1 Final Exam
  • StuySync: Hatchet: Lit Analysis: Think Q's CORRECTIONS for half credit back; OPTIONAL
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  • The First Civilizations: Chapter 1 FINAL EXAM
  • Silent reading
  • Easy Grammar: Review Direct Objects; begin pg. 33
  • StudySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: First Read: Finish Think questions
  • Work Due Today:
  • The First Civilizations: Study for Chapter 1 Final Exam
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 32
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Compound Direct Objects; begin pg. 34
  • StudySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: Textual Evidence: Discuss importance of Textual Evidence; 2 question quiz
  • StudySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: Comprehension & Vocab: Use annotated workbook to answer questions
  • Mystery of the Nile
  • Work Due Today:
  • StuySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: Lit Analysis: Think Q's
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 33
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Contractions begin pg. 37-38
  • StudySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: Review and discuss...Comprehension & Vocab: Use annotated workbook to answer questions
  • Mystery of the Nile: Complete Turning Points: Graphic Organizer
  • The Wonders of the Pyramids: Begin reading article from The Ancient World pg. 69-74; discuss how cool the pyramids are in small groups!
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 34
  • StuySync: Island of Blue Dolphins: Lit Analysis: Think Q's... Corrections Optional for most students
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Contractions Direct Objects; begin pg. 39
  • The Wonders of the Pyramids: Continue reading article from The Ancient World pg. 69-74; work in pairs, tablegroups or independently
  • How The Egyptians Built the Pyramids
  • Turning Points: PreWrite: Deconstruct the prompt; think about your 2-3 main characters with life changing experiences
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 37-38
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Helping Verbs vs. Main Verbs; begin pg. 42
  • Read Silently
  • StudySync: I Never Had It Made: Jackie Robinson's Story: First Read: Annotations; Figures of Speech; Media; Informational Text Structure
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 39
  • The Wonders of the Pyramids: Article Analysis
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Helping Verbs vs. Main Verbs; begin pg. 43
  • Turning Points: Graphic Organizer: Organize information for I Never Had It Made; we will use this when we write our final analysis
  • Turning Points: PreWrite: Deconstruct the prompt; choose your 2-3 main characters; begin introduction draft
  • Egypt: Begin Ch. 1, Sec. 1 discuss geography; focus on river and delta; begin pg. 20 workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 42
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Helping Verbs vs. Main Verbs; begin pg. 44
  • Turning Points: Draft: Discuss introductions and topic sentences; work on FINAL for both
  • Egypt: Take notes on Ch. 2, Section 1; continue workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 43
  • Turning Points: Prewrite: Intro 1st Draft and 2-3 topic sentences
  • Turning Points: Graphic Organizer: SUBMIT on Google Classroom
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Sec. 1 pg. 20 workbook
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  • New Seats!
  • Easy Grammar: Review Verb Phrases; begin pg. 49-50
  • Egypt: Continue reading Ch. 2, Section 1; focus on A United Egypt; work on workbook; take notes
  • Turning Points: Draft: Discuss body paragraphs and supporting evidence; work on FINAL and drafts
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 44
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 1 pg. 19-23 workbook (to Sum-It-Up)
  • Turning Points: Prewrite: FINAL Intro & Topic Sentences; 1 evidence explained with evidence cited (OR... 1 body paragraph draft)
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Verb Phrases; begin pg. 51
  • Turning Points: Draft: Review body paragraphs and formatting; work on FINAL and draft conclusion
  • Egypt: Finish taking notes on Ch. 1, Section 1 on Google Presentation
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 49-50
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 1 pg. pg. 23-24
  • Turning Points: Draft: FINAL Intro & Topic Sentences;1st draft of all body paragraphs
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Irregular Verb Phrases; begin pg. 52
  • Turning Points: Draft: Review conclusions and work on FINALS
  • Egypt: Begin reading Ch. 2, Section 1; focus on importance of Old Kingdom, pharaohs and religion
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 51
  • Turning Points: Draft: FINAL Intro & Body Paragraphs;1st draft of conclusion; have this in paragraph format and in a NEW DOCUMENT as an additional attachment on Google Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Irregular Verb Phrases; begin pg. 53
  • Read Quietly
  • StudySync: Warriors Don't Cryor The Story of My Life: First Read: Annotate with a partner; answer comprehension independently and SUBMIT BEFORE lunch
  • Finding of the Tomb: Read article from Ancient World pg. 79-81; work independently or in pairs on presentation
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 52
  • Egypt: Study for Ch. 2, Section 1 Quiz
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Irregular Verbs; focus on to sit vs. to set, to lie vs. to lay, and to rise vs. to raise; work on pg. 57
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 1 Quiz
  • Egypt: Take notes on Ch. 2, Section 2; work on workbook
  • Read Quietly
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 53
  • Egypt: Study for Ch. 2, Section 1 Quiz
  • Turning Points: FINAL: PRINT
  • StudySync: Remember to SUBMIT comprehension for the article you read and annotated in class; I will be checking your article's annotations today
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Irregular Verbs; focus on to sit vs. to set, to lie vs. to lay, and to rise vs. to raise; work on pg. 58
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: Read "Scary, Scary Halloween" by Eve Bunting; focus on writing techniques (rhyme, repetition, alliteration, point of view, tone, and present-tense); discuss what point-of-viewof your writing piece; listen to Halloween music to help create imagery from the perspective of your character
  • Finding of the Tomb: Continue... article from Ancient World pg. 79-81; work independently or in pairs on presentation
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 57
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Sec. 1 pg. 26-28 workbook
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  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: listen to Halloween music to help create imagery from the perspective of your character; focus on organizing your story into a beginning, middle, and end
  • Turning Points: Response-to-Literature: Reviewrubric and feedback of FINAL essay with me
  • Egypt: Finish reading and discussing Ch. 2, Section 2; focus on Pyramids
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 58
  • Finding of the Tomb: Article analysis: Google Presentation
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; 4-5 statements for a beginning, middle, and end for your character
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Irregular Verb Phrases;to lay/ to lie, to raise/ to rise, to sit/ to set; begin pg. 59
  • Turning Points: Response-to-Literature: Reviewrubric and feedback of FINAL essay with me
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: listen to Halloween music to help create imagery from the perspective of your character; focus on FINAL Interruption of Halloween
  • Egypt: Finish taking notes on Ch. 2, Section 2 on Pyramids; finish workbook
  • Work Due Today:
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; FINAL Intro (setting and beginning); ALL highlights and underlines must be there for ALL writing techniques; DRAFT Interruption of Halloween and Fall-from-Climax/Conclusion
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  • Easy Grammar: Review Direct Objects; work on pg. 60
  • Turning Points: Response-to-Literature: Reviewrubric and feedback of FINAL essay with me
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: listen to Halloween music to help create imagery from the perspective of your character; focus on FINAL Fall-From-Climax/ Conclusion; work on publishing
  • The Egyptian Cinderella: Act out!
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 59
  • Egypt: Study for Ch. 2, Section 2 Quiz
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 2 pg. 29-30 workbook
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; FINAL Intro (Setting and Beginning) and Interruption of Halloween; ALL highlights and underlines must be there for ALL writing techniques; DRAFT Fall-from-Climax/Conclusion
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Irregular Verbs; focus on to sit vs. to set, to lie vs. to lay, and to rise vs. to raise; work on pg. 61
  • Turning Points: Response-to-Literature: Reviewrubric and feedback of FINAL essay with me
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 2 Quiz
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: edit with partners; work on publishing
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 60; Study for Exam
  • Egypt: Study for Ch. 2, Section 2 Quiz
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; FINAL
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss tomorrow's exam
  • Turning Points: Response-to-Literature: Reviewrubric and feedback of FINAL essay with me
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: edit with partners; work on publishing
  • Egypt: Explore British Museum Website with a partner; complete notes and your thoughts on Google Doc
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 61; Study for Exam
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; FINAL Print with highlights and underlines; work on publishing
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  • Easy Grammar EXAM #2
  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: edit with partners; work on publishing
  • Silent Reading
  • StudySync: Blast: Facing Challenges: Discuss articles; write Main Idea claim to Big Question
  • Egypt: Begin reading Ch. 2, Section 3; focus on the Middle Kingdom.... peace, prosperity, and arts; work on pg. 32-33 workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: Study for Exam
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; work on publishing
  • Parent Signature: Turning Points FINAL Essay
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  • Descriptive Narrative Writing: Halloween: work on publishing
  • StudySync: A Wrinkle in Time : First Read: Guided annotation as a class and in table groups; partner for Think Q's
  • Egypt: Continue reading and discussing Ch. 2, Section 3; Focus on Hatshepsut vs. Thutmose III; begin to chart the differences between the leaders; identify character traits with supportive evidence
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  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; work on publishing
  • Parent Signature: Easy Grammar Exam
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 3 pg. 32-33 workbook
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  • StudySync: A Wrinkle in Time : Close Read: Work on comprehension independently; work in pairs on analysis and Think Q's; meet with me to review work and rubric
  • Egypt: Continue reading and discussing... article from Ancient World; Focus on Hatshepsut vs. Thutmose III; complete chart for Hatshepsut of character traits with supportive evidence
  • Work Due Today:
  • Descriptive Writing: Halloween; FINAL project; be ready to present; POST to Google Classroom
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  • StudySync: A Wrinkle in Time : Close Read: Meet with me to review work and rubric
  • Egypt: Continue reading and discussing... Ch. 2, Section 3; Focus on Hatshepsut vs. Thutmose III; begin to chart for Thutmose III of character traits with supportive evidence
  • Halloween Presentations
  • Work Due Today:
  • StuySync: A Wrinkle in Time: Lit Analysis: Think Q's on Google Classroom; comprehension and vocab on StudySync
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  • Halloween Presentations
  • Debates: Egypt: Hatshepsut vs. Thurmose III
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Action vs. Linking Verbs; Predicate Nominative vs. Predicate Adjective; begin pg. 65
  • What Was Inside A Pyramid?: Read as a class and work on article from Ancient World pg. 75-78; work in groups on the article analysis and presentation on Google Presentation
  • Egypt: Continue... Explore British Museum Website with a partner; complete notes and your thoughts on Google Doc
  • KAH 3rd Period
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Action vs. Linking Verbs; Predicate Nominative vs. Predicate Adjective; begin pg. 66
  • StudySync: A Wrinkle in Time: Plot: Discuss importance of Plot; 2 question quiz
  • Egypt: Take notes on Ch. 2, Section 3; focus on Middle and New Kingdom; complete pg. 33-34 (Sum-It-Up)
  • Egypt: Continue... Explore British Museum Website with a partner; complete notes and your thoughts on Google Doc
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 65
  • Egypt: What Was Inside A Pyramid?: Article analysis Google Presentation SUBMIT
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Action vs. Linking Verbs; Predicate Nominative vs. Predicate Adjective; begin pg. 69
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: Read Ch. 2, Section 3; focus on King Tut and Aton; discuss different theories of his death; take notes; begin workbook
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Student Example: Share out and brainstorm who's coming and location of family gathering; focus on setting and writing techniques
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 66
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 3 pg. 33-34 workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Linking Verbs and Predicate Adjectives; begin pg. 70
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Student Example: Review Setting Intros; work on Beginning (Rise-to-Climax) and Middle (Climax) paragraphs incorporating writing techniques
  • Egypt: Read Ch. 2, Section 3; focus on Ramses II; take notes; work on workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 69
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Slides 3, 5, and 6; 1st draft of setting paragraphs WITH required writing techniques; you may put your paragraphs in a Google Doc; be sure the paragraphs have all writing techniques identified
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Action vs. Linking; begin pg. 72-73
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Student Example: Work on End (Fall-From-Climax) and Dedication paragraphs incorporating writing techniques
  • Egypt: Finish Ch. 2, Section 3 notes; finish workbook
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 70
  • Egypt: British Museum Website: SUBMIT
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 3 pg. 31, 34-35 workbook
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Slides 8, 9, 10, and 11; Beginning/ Rise-to-Climax (people arriving, playing games, making the meal) and Middle/ Climax(the Dinner) Paragraphs with ALL writing techniques; you may put your paragraphs in a Google Doc; be sure the paragraphs have all writing techniques identified
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  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Student Example: Work on End (Fall-From-Climax) and Dedication paragraphs incorporating writing techniques; Ms. Cobb Period 1
  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Subject-Verb Agreement; begin pg. 76
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: In teams, create graphic organizer for evidence on articles supporting different theories; Did A Hippo Kill King Tut?
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 72-73
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 3 pg. 35-36 workbook
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Ending/ Fall-From-Climax of Evening Paragraph (saying good-bye, watching movies, sleeping, end of evening activities) and Dedication paragraph (this is 1st person from the perspective to whom this piece is dedicated); you may put your paragraphs in a Google Doc; be sure the paragraphs have all writing techniques identified
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Subject-Verb Agreement; begin pg. 77
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Work on publishing
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 3 Quiz
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: In teams, work on graphic organizer for evidence on articles supporting different theories; Broken Leg?; Hunting Accident?; Epilepsy?
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 76
  • Egypt: Study for Ch. 2, Section 3 Quiz
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: FINAL DRAFT: PRINTED with all writing techniques; you may put your paragraphs in a Google Doc; be sure the paragraphs have all writing techniques identified
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: Hippo Theory row; be sure to attach your Google Spreadsheet to Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Subject-Verb Agreement; begin pg. 78
  • StudySync: A Wrinkle in Time : First Read: Read and discuss Think Q's as a class; annotate with a partner; comprehension Q's due at the end of the period
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: Work on publishing
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 77
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: a total of 3 rows need to be completed; be sure to attach your Google Spreadsheet to Classroom
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  • Stay indoors and be safe; thinking of all the families affected by the fires
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 78
  • StudySync: Monsters Are Due on Maple Street: Annotations and comprehension Q's submitted
  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: PUBLISHED (WeVideo, iMovie, or a Scrapbook)... I will accept this also Monday, Nov. 26th if you wish to use break to work on this
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  • Thanksgiving Presentations
  • Creative Writing: Setting template: Discuss story and descriptive writing style setting to begin story; begin brainstorming; listen to different styles of classical music to imagine different types of settings
  • Egypt: Read and discuss Chapter 2, Section 4; begin workbook and take notes
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  • Descriptive-Narrative Writing: Thanksgiving Dedication: PUBLISHED
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  • Thanksgiving Presentations
  • Creative Writing: Setting template: Continue to work on setting and writing techniques slide deck
  • Egypt: Continue to read and discuss Chapter 2, Section 4; continue workbook and take notes
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 79-80
  • Creative Story: Setting template: Slide 2, 3, 4
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 4 wkbk pg. 38-39
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Verb Tenses; begin pg. 84-85
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 4 Quiz
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: Was it Murder?; watch movie and take notes
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 81
  • Creative Story: Setting template: Slide 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Egypt: Ch. 2, Section 4 wkbk pg. 37, 40-42
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Verbs; begin pg. 86-87
  • Egypt: Mysterious Death of King Tut: Was it Murder?; watch movie and take notes
  • Creative Writing: Setting template: Continue.... Read several works of literature from authors such as J.K. Rowling, E.B. White, and Chris Van Allsburg, Jumanji; focus on mood, tone, descriptive writing, theme, and connecting with the reader; this will be worked into your intro; Incorporate required writing techniques into your setting intro; Requirements: see Google Classroom... focus on keeping strong imagery and description and maintain tone; read The Polar Express; ... Ms. Cobb 3rd period
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 84-85
  • Egypt: Study for Final Exam
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  • Easy Grammar: Discuss Verbs; begin pg. 88
  • Creative Writing: Setting template: Review settings as a class and meet with me; develop FINAL... Ms. Cobb 1st and 2nd period
  • EGYPT CHAPTER 2 FINAL EXAM
  • Thanksgiving Presentations
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 86-87
  • Creative Story: Introductory Setting: 1st 2 paragraphs; be sure to identify all required writing techniques; attach your Google Doc to Google Classroom!
  • Egypt: Study for Final Exam... you may choose to postpone exam and take during lunch Monday, however you MUST bring a bagged lunch to school Monday or you receive a "0" on the exam
  • Parent Signature: Field Trip Permission Slip
  • Creative Story: 2 paragraph setting with writing techniques; attach Doc to the Google Classroom assignment... see Classroom for requirements
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 89
  • Thanksgiving Presentations
  • Creative Writing: Developing Storyline: Complete components of a story work on 3rd paragraph introducing character
  • EGYPT CHAPTER 2 FINAL EXAM...at lunch if you chose not to take it Friday
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 88
  • Egypt: Study for Final Exam... you may have chosen to postpone exam and take during lunch TODAY, however you MUST bring a bagged lunch to school Monday or you receive a "0" on the exam... it is your responsibility to remember
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 90
  • Egypt: Review exam
  • Creative Writing: Begin writing introduction of Character and Rise-to-Climax; focus on characterization of protagonist and antagonist, introducing problem, and keeping setting alive through writing techniques and descriptive writing
  • King Tut Unwrapped
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 89
  • Creative Story: Developing Storyline: ALL SLIDES: Google Classroom
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 91
  • Creative Writing: Continue writing 1st Draft of your Story; focus on Rise-to-Climax and keeping setting alive through writing techniques and descriptive writing; discuss Climax
  • Silent Reading
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 90
  • Creative Story: Paragraphs 1-4 (Setting Intro- 2 paragraphs, Character- 1 paragraph, Rise-to-Climax- 1 paragraph)
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 92
  • *Ms. Cobb 1st Period
  • Creative Writing: Continue writing 1st Draft of your Story; focus on Rise-to-Climax, Climax, and keeping setting alive through writing techniques and descriptive writing; review intros and drafts; review how to properly write dialogue
  • King Tut Unwrapped
  • Mysterious Death of King Tut: Final vote on how you believe he died
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 91
  • Field Trip: Medical Form
  • Creative Story: Paragraphs 1-6 (Setting Intro- 2 paragraphs, Character- 1 paragraph, Rise-to-Climax- 3 paragraphs)
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  • *Ms. Cobb 1st Period
  • Band Performance: 1st period
  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 93
  • Creative Writing: Continue writing 1st Draft of your Story; continue to focus on Fall-From-Climax, Conclusion, and keeping setting alive through writing techniques and descriptive writing; review intros and drafts; discuss Fall-from-Climax and Conclusion
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 92
  • Creative Story: Paragraphs 8-10 (Setting Intro- 2 paragraphs, Character- 1 paragraph, Rise-to-Climax- 4-8 paragraphs; Climax- 1 paragraph)
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 94
  • Creative Writing: Continue writing 1st Draft of your Story; continue to focus on Fall-From-Climax, Conclusion, and keeping setting alive through writing techniques and descriptive writing; review intros and drafts; discuss Fall-from-Climax and Conclusion
  • Work Due Today:
  • Easy Grammar: pg. 93
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts; begin pg. 95-96
  • Creative Writing: Focus on editing 1st Draft of your Story; Discuss character's metamorphosis, rhetorical questions and dialogue-to-self, keeping setting "alive" and character emotions strong, and avoiding a rushed conclusion; Epilogue/ Reflection; review how to properly format dialogue
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 94; Study for Final Exam
  • Creative Story: Paragraphs 8-10 (Setting Intro- 2 paragraphs, Character- 1 paragraph, Rise-to-Climax- 4-8 paragraphs; Climax- 1 paragraph; Fall-From-Climax- 1-2 paragraphs; Conclusion- 1 paragraph)
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  • Easy Grammar: Review all concepts
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  • Easy Grammar: pg. 95-96; Study for Final Exam
  • Creative Story: 1st DRAFT: Paragraphs 8-10 (Setting Intro- 2 paragraphs, Character- 1 paragraph, Rise-to-Climax- 4-8 paragraphs; Climax- 1 paragraph; Fall-From-Climax- 1-2 paragraphs; Conclusion- 1 paragraph)
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  • EASY GRAMMAR EXAM #2
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  • Easy Grammar: Study for Final Exam
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  • Creative Story: FINAL DRAFT: 2 copies printed: 1 formatted for your book to publish and 1 for me to keep with all highlights of writing techniques and labels
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