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Week 5/30 in Reading and Writing

I will be out June 2-3rd with the 8th graders on the DC trip: work is left for the students to complete.

Reading:

TheAlgebra Exit Exam is Monday May 30th. First period class will be prolonged due to this testing.

8th grade: Wednesday students will be analyzing poetry for its meaning and comparing the poems to their books as well as their literature books.

7th grade: Continue their study of text features pgs. 959-974 all close reading questions for their unit test on the 10th of JUNE.

Students will be left with the following work to complete while I am out on the DC Trip:

  1. Root word sentences and artistic representations
  2. Projects (both 7 & 8th grade)
  3. Write persuasive essays on extended school year.
  4. pg. 974-975 (7th)
  5. pg. 1036-1037 (8th)

Homework:

Monday- Dialectical entries

Thursday- Reading log

Writing:

Root words: port, rupt, scrib/script, sect, scope, techno, tele, therm

Students will be getting new root words on Tuesday May 31st to complete graphic organizers for. The sentences for the words will be given and due on Tuesday June 2nd.

Homework:

Tuesday- Frayer models 2 or 4.

 

This week Oct 12th in Reading and Writing

Reading:

This week students will be studying skills for analyzing the central idea of a text and how the author develops that central idea.

Students will be meeting for the second time with their literature circle groups on Wednesday.

Writing:

Students will begin their narratives this week, beginning with Story Frames (8th) and the 5Ws (7th). Thursday students should have what they need to begin writing and  establishing the scene for their narratives. Our grammar focus is still on commonly misused homophones (especially the ones the students have mistakenly used).

 

Homework:

Monday– No School

Tuesday– 8th grade(due because there was no school) and 7th grade role sheets due

2 Writing Daily Entries

10 Dialectical Entries (due on Mondays but it was no school)

Wednesday– books for their literature circles must be with them in class for discussion

Thursday– Reading log

 

Future 7th grade Students

Hi 6th grade, soon to be 7th grade parents,

The students were given their summer work Friday June 12, 2015. If your child didn’t come home with their summer work, please refer to the attachment.7th grade summer reading requirement This will be their first grade for the first quarter in 7th grade. It will also be used to launch the literature circle groups for the first quarter.

 

If you have any questions please refer to my contact information on the letter for summer work.

 

Thank you and have a great summer!

Can’t Wait to Meet you all!

Hi, I am excited about meeting all of you and would love to talk to each family as the school year begins. Please visit my other blogs at: https://sites.google.com/site/msdanielsroom/
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8th grade week of 4-21 to 4-25

8TH GRADE PERIOD 3  (12:35-1:45)

MONDAY

*Students will work in their Interactive Reader books on the story “The Old Grandfather and the Wise Old Woman”.  This will be on pages 236-247.  Students will complete the activities for this story and turn it in on Thursday.  There is extra credit if it is turned in early.

*We will go over the vocabulary words for these stories.  Students will turn in at the end of class the four vocabulary words used in an original sentence.

* We will go over chpts 1-3 from the novel The Outsiders that the students were to work on over break.

 

 

 

TUESDAY:

*We will begin notes and discussions on chapter 26 from the history book.  We will begin with the section: “Adjusting to Peace” on pages 844-850.

*We will continue to work on chpts 5 in the novel  The Outsiders.  This will be done in class.

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WEDNESDAY:

*Social Studies: finish notes on “Adjusting to Peace”.

*Complete chapter 6 in the novel The Outsiders.

 

THURSDAY:

*Go over the southern part of Asia with the students.  Students will have to place the correct countries on the map.

*Read chpt. 7 in The Outsiders.  Students will have review questions to complete.  These will be due on Monday.

*If time permits, have students work on pages 852-857 in their history books.  Students will answer questions 1-3 on page 857 for this section.  We will discuss in groups and then as a whole class.

 

FRIDAY:

Students will take their I.R. test on the story “The Old Grandfather and the Wise Old Woman”. 

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8TH GRADE PERIOD 4  (1:45-3:00)

 

MONDAY

*Students will work in their Interactive Reader books on the story “The Old Grandfather and the Wise Old Woman”.  This will be on pages 236-247.  Students will complete the activities for this story and turn it in on Thursday.  There is extra credit if it is turned in early.

*We will go over the vocabulary words for these stories.  Students will turn in at the end of class the four vocabulary words used in an original sentence.

* We will go over chpts 1-3 from the novel The Time Machine that the students were to work on over break.

 

 

TUESDAY:

*We will begin notes and discussions on chapter 26 from the history book.  We will begin with the section: “Adjusting to Peace” on pages 844-850.

*We will continue to work on chpts 4-5 in the novel  The Time Machine.  This will be done in class.

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WEDNESDAY:

*Social Studies: finish notes on “Adjusting to Peace”.

*Complete chapter 6 in the novel The Time Machine.

 

THURSDAY:

*Go over the southern part of Asia with the students.  Students will have to place the correct countries on the map.

*Read chpt. 7 in The Time Machine. Students will have review questions to complete.  These will be due on Monday.

*If time permits, have students work on pages 852-857 in their history books.  Students will answer questions 1-3 on page 857 for this section.  We will discuss in groups and then as a whole class.

 

FRIDAY:

Students will take their I.R. test on the story “The Old Grandfather and the Wise Old Woman”. 

7th grade week of 4-21 to 4-28

7TH GRADE PERIOD 1 (8:25-9:35)

MONDAY:

*Students will work in their Interactive Reader books on the story “Young Arthur”.  This will be on pages 278-287.  Students will complete the activities for this story and turn it in on Thursday.  There is extra credit if it is turned in early.

*On page 278, we will go over the vocabulary words and what they mean.  The students will then have to write original sentences for each of the vocabulary words.  They will have class time to work on this and it will be turned in before the end of class.

 

TUESDAY:

*In the blue constitution book, we will go over the following sections:  The Electoral College on pages 33-34 and do activities on page 34.  The Presidential Election on page 35 and the questions on the same page and The United States Flag on page 42 and the questions on the same page.

*I will be collecting their Satires and we will read a few of these. 

*Students who are ready will have the opportunity to say the Preamble


WEDNESDAY
:

*We will go over all of the questions in the Constitution book that were assigned yesterday.

*Answer any questions students may have about any of the sections of the Constitution.  At this point, the students have all of the information they need to pass the Constitution test.  Now the students will work at their own pace to pass the sections and take the final test.

* Students who are ready will have the opportunity to say the Preamble

*We will discuss the I.R. story “Young Arthur”.  We will also watch two 2 min clips that demonstrate the story of King Arthur as a child.

 

THURSDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Students who are ready may take their U.S. map test and/or state the Preamble of the Constitution.  They may also take the three Branches of Government if they are at that stage.  There are a few students who are ready to take the final Constitution test as well.

 

FRIDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Students will take their test on the I.R. story “Young Arthur”.

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7TH GRADE PERIOD 2  (9:35-10:50)

MONDAY:

*Students will work in their Interactive Reader books on the story “Young Arthur”.  This will be on pages 278-287.  Students will complete the activities for this story and turn it in on Thursday.  There is extra credit if it is turned in early.

*On page 278, we will go over the vocabulary words and what they mean.  The students will then have to write original sentences for each of the vocabulary words.  They will have class time to work on this and it will be turned in before the end of class.

 

TUESDAY:

*In the blue constitution book, we will go over the following sections:  The Electoral College on pages 33-34 and do activities on page 34.  The Presidential Election on page 35 and the questions on the same page and The United States Flag on page 42 and the questions on the same page.

*I will be collecting their Satires and we will read a few of these. 

*Students who are ready will have the opportunity to say the Preamble


WEDNESDAY
:

*We will go over all of the questions in the Constitution book that were assigned yesterday.

*Answer any questions students may have about any of the sections of the Constitution.  At this point, the students have all of the information they need to pass the Constitution test.  Now the students will work at their own pace to pass the sections and take the final test.

* Students who are ready will have the opportunity to say the Preamble

*We will discuss the I.R. story “Young Arthur”.  We will also watch two 2 min clips that demonstrate the story of King Arthur as a child.

 

THURSDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Students who are ready may take their U.S. map test and/or state the Preamble of the Constitution.  They may also take the three Branches of Government if they are at that stage.  There are a few students who are ready to take the final Constitution test as well.

 

FRIDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Students will take their test on the I.R. story “Young Arthur”.

7th and 8th grade I-SAT week plans

MR. LOPEZ (120) LESSON PLANS

WEEK OF: 3-3 to 3-7

 

I-SAT week so the schedule of classes will be different this week.

I will not see the 7th graders Monday-Wednesday.

 

MONDAY

8:15-8:30  Students will have the opportunity to get their materials together and eat breakfast.

8:30-8:45  Housekeeping.  Sharpen pencils, make sure they have everything they need for during and after the test.

8:45-10:00  READING I test and collection of materials

10:00-10:50  8th grade (normally period 3)

*Students need their interactive reader this week.  Students will be doing the story “The Monty Hall Debate” on pages 349-353.  Due on Thursday.  Students will have to use the 5 vocabulary sentences for this story in an original sentence during class time.  These can be found on page 353.  Test on Friday.

 

Students have lunch and art after this

 

At 12:30, I will have the other 8th grade class (normally period 4)

We will finish reading Romeo and Juliet.  We will discuss the characters, the themes, the conflicts.  Students will be assigned an essay, due on Friday, about whom they blame the most for the tragedy.

 

1:25   Receive my homeroom back.  Have students get prepared for the second test.

 

1:30-2:30  Students will take MATH I test.  Collection of materials after this.

2:30-3:00  Students will have time to read a book or do any homework during this time.

 

TUESDAY

8:15-8:30  Students will have the opportunity to get their materials together and eat breakfast.

8:30-8:45  Housekeeping.  Sharpen pencils, make sure they have everything they need for during and after the test.

8:45-10:00  READING II test and collection of materials

10:00-10:50  8th grade (normally period 3)

*D.O.G.

*Students will be given 10 more countries of Africa to memorize by next week.

*Students will begin taking notes on poetry terms

 

Students have lunch and art after this

 

At 12:30, I will have the other 8th grade class (normally period 4)

We will begin watching the Baz Luhrman version of “Romeo and Juliet”.  We will pay attention to the similarities and differences from the movie to the written work.  We will also closely pay attention to all of the anachronisms and explain why these were put into the film.

 

1:25   Receive my homeroom back.  Have students get prepared for the second test.

 

1:30-2:30  Students will take MATH II test.  Collection of materials after this.

2:30-3:00  Students will have time to read a book or do any homework during this time.

 

WEDNESDAY

8:15-8:30  Students will have the opportunity to get their materials together and eat breakfast.

8:30-8:45  Housekeeping.  Sharpen pencils, make sure they have everything they need for during and after the test.

8:45-10:00  READING III test and collection of materials

10:00-10:50  8th grade (normally period 3)

*Finish poetry literary terms with the students

*Begin working on concrete poems in class.  They will have time to finish these tomorrow.

 

Students have lunch and art after this

 

At 12:30, I will have the other 8th grade class (normally period 4)

We will finish watching the Baz Luhrman version of “Romeo and Juliet”.  We will pay attention to the similarities and differences from the movie to the written work.  We will also closely pay attention to all of the anachronisms and explain why these were put into the film

1:25   Receive my homeroom back.  Have students get prepared for the second test.

 

1:30-2:30  Students will take MATH III test.  Collection of materials after this.

2:30-3:00  Students will have time to read a book or do any homework during this time.

 

ON THRUSDAY AND FRIDAY WE WILL HAVE SWITCHED THE STUDENTS SO WE WILL SEE 8TH GRADE IN THE MORNING AND 7TH GRADE IN THE AFTERNOON.

 

THURSDAY

8:15-8:25 Students will gather their materials and they will eat breakfast.

8:25-9:10  Students will go to art

9:10-10:00  8th Grade (normally period 3)

  • Students will have time to complete their concrete poems.
  • Students will watch an episode of Let’s Make a Deal to better understand the Monty Hall Debate.  We may play the Monty Hall game as well if time permits.

10:00-10:50  8th grade (normally period 4)

            *We will discuss the movie and written work of Romeo and Juliet.  We will discuss as a group the decisions of what material was added or left out of the movie.  We will also discuss prevalent themes found in both sources.

*Students will begin watching West Side Story.  This is to bring in yet another genre that will have similar characters and themes as Romeo and Juliet.  Students will be challenged to match up the characters from West Side Story to Romeo and Juliet.

 

12:30-1:45  7th Grade (normally period 1)

*We will discuss the last 4 chapters of The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Students may be broken up into groups and jigsaw answers to questions for these chapters.

*Students will take a short quiz on the CaribbeanIslands that they were given last week.

*Review the previous chapter of history notes for test tomorrow.

 

1:45-3:00

*We will discuss the last 4 chapters of The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Students may be broken up into groups and jigsaw answers to questions for these chapters.

*Students will take a short quiz on the CaribbeanIslands that they were given last week.

*Review the previous chapter of history notes for test tomorrow.

 

 

FRIDAY

8:15-8:25 Students will gather their materials and they will eat breakfast.

8:25-9:10  Students will go to library

9:10-10:00  8th Grade (normally period 3)

*Students will take their test on the Monty Hall Debate

10:00-10:50  8th grade (normally period 4)

            *Students will finish watching West Side Story.  Students will have to match themes from all three mediums of the story Romeo and Juliet

 

12:30-1:45  7th Grade (normally period 1)

*Students will take their Chapter 5 history final.  They may use a page of notes that have been prepared ahead of time.

 

1:45-3:00

*Students will take their Chapter 5 history final.  They may use a page of notes that have been prepared ahead of time.

ISAT Schedule & Progress Reports

Progress Reports will be sent home on Wednesday, February 26th, along with the schedule for ISAT testing.

Please be on the lookout for both documents.

 

 

Mr. Lopez: 7th Grade: Week of 2-17

7TH GRADE PERIOD 1 (8:25-9:35)

MONDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Review the helping/linking verbs

*We will read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chpt. 9-10 together.  Students will have chapter questions to complete.

 TUESDAY:

*Begin by taking notes on “A New Nation’s Challenges” pages 158-162 in history book.

* Students will learn about subject/verb agreement.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 11-13.  Pages 71-91. 

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

WEDNESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 14-15.  Pages 133-148. 

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

 THURSDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Finish notes from “A New Nation’s Challenges” and begin notes on “Creating the Constitution” pages 163-168 in history book.

*Students will be given a Caribbean map.  Test next week on the countries.   

*Read independently The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapter 16.  Questions to follow chapter will be completed as well.

 FRIDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Give review sheet of subject/verb agreement.  Due Monday.

*Read together chapters 17-18 in The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Pages 161-186.

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7TH GRADE PERIOD 2  (9:35-10:50)

MONDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Review the helping/linking verbs

*We will read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chpt. 9-10 together.  Students will have chapter questions to complete.

 TUESDAY:

*Begin by taking notes on “A New Nation’s Challenges” pages 158-162 in history book.

* Students will learn about subject/verb agreement.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 11-13.  Pages 71-91. 

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

 WEDNESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 14-15.  Pages 133-148. 

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

 THURSDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Finish notes from “A New Nation’s Challenges” and begin notes on “Creating the Constitution” pages 163-168 in history book.

*Students will be given a Caribbean map.  Test next week on the countries.  

*Read independently The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapter 16.  Questions to follow chapter will be completed as well.

 FRIDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Give review sheet of subject/verb agreement.  Due Monday.

*Read together chapters 17-18 in The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Pages 161-186.

8th Grade: Mr. Lopez: Week of 2-17

8TH GRADE PERIOD 3  (12:35-1:45)

MONDAY

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Read chapter 14-16 together in And Then There Were None. Pages 205-245.  Review questions for each chapter due tomorrow. 

 TUESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

*Collect and review chapters 14-16 And Then There Were None.

*Take notes on chapter 25 “Americans Face Hard Times” pages 790-794.

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

 WEDNESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Read together the Epilogue and Final Manuscript in And Then There Were None.  Discuss each character and outline the entire story from beginning to end.  Test tomorrow on novel.  Notes may be used.

*Give a practice sheet on subject/verb agreement

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

 THURSDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Finish notes on “Americans Face Hard Times” on pages 784-789.

*Students will take their final on And Then There Were None.

 FRIDAY:

*Review for Social Studies Chapter 25 test that they will take next week.

*Watch the movie “And Then There Were None”.  Students will write a one page paper on the similarities and differences between the novel and the movie.  This will be due on Monday.

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8TH GRADE PERIOD 4  (1:45-3:00)

 MONDAY

*Students need their interactive reader this week.  Students will be doing the story “Robo-Legs” on pages 434-445.  Due on Thursday.  Students will have to use the 8 vocabulary sentences for this story in an original sentence during class time.  Test on Friday.

 TUESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

* *Take notes on chapter 25 “Americans Face Hard Times” pages 790-794.

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

*Read Romeo and Juliet Act III: Scene 2-3

 WEDNESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Read Romeo and Juliet Act III: Scene 4-5

*Take quiz on Act III

*Give a practice sheet on subject/verb agreement

*Half the students will present their President’s poster

 THURSDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Finish notes on “Americans Face Hard Times” on pages 784-789.

*Read Romeo and Juliet Act IV: Scene 1-4

 FRIDAY:

*Review for Social Studies Chapter 25 test that they will take next week.

*Read Romeo and Juliet Act IV: Scene 5 and Act V: Scenes 1-2

*Take a quiz on Act IV of  Romeo and Juliet

8th grade week of 2-10 to 2-14

8TH GRADE PERIOD 3  (12:35-1:45)

MONDAY

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Teach the difference between helping and linking verbs

*We will discuss chapters 6-8  from And Then There Were None.

*Read chapter 9 together in And Then There Were None..

*Collect study questions from chapters 6-8

 TUESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

*Read chapter 10 together in And Then There Were None. Pages 57-67.

*Take notes on chapter 25 “Roosevelt’s New Deal” pages 784-789.

 WEDNESDAY:

No School

 THURSDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

*Finish notes on “Roosevelt’s New Deal” on pages 784-789.

*Students will read chapters 11-12 in And Then There Were None.  Study questions for these chapters will be given and due tomorrow.

*Students will take their map studies test on the lower half of the continent of Africa.  They will have to place the country in its correct location.  After test, give the students the additional countries in Africa they must know.

FRIDAY:

Begin notes on “Americans Face Hard Times” pages 790-794.

*Review the difference between helping/linking verbs.  Give the students a homework assignment to help them practice the concept.

*Read chapters 13 together in class in And Then There Were None.  Assign chapters 14-15 for homework over the weekend and have the students answer guided reading questions.  Students will be given questions on these chapters to complete over the weekend.  These will be due on Monday.

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8TH GRADE PERIOD 4  (1:45-3:00)

 MONDAY

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Teach the difference between helping and linking verbs

*Read together in Romeo and Juliet Act II: Scenes 3-4

*Collect study questions from chapters 6-8

 TUESDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

*Read together in Romeo and Juliet Act II: Scenes 5-6

*Take notes on chapter 25 “Roosevelt’s New Deal” pages 784-789.

 WEDNESDAY:

No School

 THURSDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Assign current event: due next Tuesday.  Hand out the rubric for the current event to the students again.

*Finish notes on “Roosevelt’s New Deal” on pages 784-789.

*Review Romeo and Juliet Act II.  Take 10 question quiz on the chapter.

*Students will take their map studies test on the lower half of the continent of Africa.  They will have to place the country in its correct location.  After test, give the students the additional countries in Africa they must know.

FRIDAY:

Begin notes on “Americans Face Hard Times” pages 790-794.

*Review the difference between helping/linking verbs.  Give the students a homework assignment to help them practice the concept.

*Read together in Romeo and Juliet Act III: Scenes 1-2

7th grade week of 2-10 to 2-14

7TH GRADE PERIOD 1 (8:25-9:35)

MONDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Notes on the “Articles of Confederation” pgs 152-155 in history book.

*Teach the difference between helping and linking verbs

*We will read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chpt. 6 together.  Students will continue with chpt. 7 on their own.

 TUESDAY:

*Begin by finishing notes on “Articles of Confederation” and start with “A New Nation’s Challenges” pages 158-162 in history book.

*Review the difference between helping/linking verbs.  Give the students a homework assignment to help them practice the concept.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 8-9.  Pages 71-91.  Students will have questions to answer from these chapters.

WEDNESDAY:

NO SCHOOL

 THURSDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Finish notes from “A New Nation’s Challenges” and begin notes on “Creating the Constitution” pages 163-168 in history book.

*Students will take their map studies test on South America. 

*Read independently The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapter 10.  Questions to follow chapter will be completed as well.

FRIDAY (9:15-10:00)

*Go over subject/verb agreement

            *Students will practice in teams how to make sure that subjects and verbs agree

* D.O.G. test.  Students may use their history book, their D.O.G. notes and their student agenda book.

*Read together chapters 11-12 in The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Pages 102-120.

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 7TH GRADE PERIOD 2  (9:35-10:50)

MONDAY:

*D.O.G.- Students will write down the two geography questions and use the maps in their book to find the answers.  After 5 minutes, we will review for the correct answer.

*Notes on the “Articles of Confederation” pgs 152-155 in history book.

*Teach the difference between helping and linking verbs

*We will read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chpt. 6 together.  Students will continue with chpt. 7 on their own.

 TUESDAY:

*Begin by finishing notes on “Articles of Confederation” and start with “A New Nation’s Challenges” pages 158-162 in history book.

*Review the difference between helping/linking verbs.  Give the students a homework assignment to help them practice the concept.

*Read together The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapters 8-9.  Pages 71-91.  Students will have questions to answer from these chapters.

WEDNESDAY:

NO SCHOOL

 THURSDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Finish notes from “A New Nation’s Challenges” and begin notes on “Creating the Constitution” pages 163-168 in history book.

*Students will take their map studies test on South America. 

*Read independently The Witch of Blackbird Pond chapter 10.  Questions to follow chapter will be completed as well.

 FRIDAY (10:00-10:50)

*Go over subject/verb agreement

            *Students will practice in teams how to make sure that subjects and verbs agree

* D.O.G. test.  Students may use their history book, their D.O.G. notes and their student agenda book.

*Read together chapters 11-12 in The Witch of Blackbird Pond.  Pages 102-120.

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