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Grades 5-8 ELA/Grade 7 Religion

 

Week of December 10th-December 14th

Posted on December 7, 2018

Reminders:

1). The 7th grade will be attending Confession on Wednesday, December 12th.

 

Grade 5- This week, the students will be focusing on Chapters 8 – 18 in the book, Holes. They will be reading and discussing the Wreck Room at Camp Green Lake, how Stanley wishes the boys in the camp could face his bully, Derrick Dunne, and how Mr. Pendanski encourages the boys.  The students will pretend to be Stanley and write a letter to Stanley’s mom. They will also be introduced to the character, Zero and the mystery behind the item with the initials “KB” on it.  The students will be working on various comprehension questions throughout the reading as well. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 10th- 1). Summarize Chapters 8 and 9, and answer the following:

1). Describe the Wreck Room.  Why do you think it is called the Wreck Room? If you could make some changes to the room, what changes would you make, and why?

2). Why do you think Stanley’s letter to his mom mentioned all things that were not happening at Camp Green Lake? Explain. 

Tuesday, December 11th- 1). Come up with five comprehension questions and answers based on Chapters 10 and 11. Remember to not create literal questions! Your questions should make others THINK! 

Wednesday, December 12th- 1). Neatly write or type Stanley’s letter from class today; be creative and detailed! 2). Complete the vocabulary handout- remember to use context clues to develop meanings. 

Thursday, December 13th- 1). Read Chapters 14 and 15; summarize the chapters; remember to not add your opinion, and only include important details.

Upcoming Quiz: The students will be taking a reading comprehension quiz on Monday, December 17th; they will be given chapters to read in Holes and answer reading comprehension questions. (Students may use their vocabulary handouts/Holes book for the quiz.)

 

Grade 6- This week, the students will be focusing on Chapters 7-13 in Heaven is for Real. They will be reading and discussing Colton’s pain, Todd’s emotions, and Colton’s eyewitness accounts in Heaven. The students will be illustrating and describing all of Colton’s accounts; they will be sharing their visuals with the class. They will also be summarizing and answering various comprehension questions throughout the reading.  

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 10th- 1). Be sure Chapters 7 and 8 are completed from Heaven is for Real. Answer the following:

1). Why does Sonja lose hope in Chapter 7? Would you have felt the same? Explain.

2). Why does Sonja say to Todd, “I think this is it?” How do you think Todd felt when he heard those words? Explain.

3). Do you think the title: “Raging at God” was a good one for Chapter 8? Give two details to support your answer.  Create a new title, and explain it. 

Tuesday, December 11th- 1). Be sure Chapters 9 and 10 are completed from Heaven is for Real. Give each chapter a new title, draw an illustration for each chapter, and explain the illustrations and how they are significant to the chapters.

Wednesday, December 12th- 1). Read Chapter 11: “Colton Burpo Collection Agent”; create three higher order thinking questions; remember these questions must make others think! 2). Draw illustrations to represent the vocabulary words from Chapters 11-14.

Thursday, December 13th- 1). Draw all the accounts Colton witnesses in Heaven; label them as well; color the pictures! Be neat!

Upcoming Quiz: The students will be taking a reading comprehension quiz on Monday, December 17th; they will be given chapters to read in Heaven is for Real and answer reading comprehension questions. (The students may use the novel and vocabulary handout for the quiz.)

 

Grade 7- This week, the students will be reviewing vocabulary words from Chapters 7-12 from The Outsiders.  They will be sharing their riddles, illustrations, sentences, synonyms, and antonyms. They will be reading and responding to Chapters 7-10.  The students will also be creating a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting the Socs from the beginning of the book and in Chapter 7 based on Ponyboy’s perspective.  They will discussing Johnny’s decline, Dally’s thoughts on fighting the Socs, and how a major tragedy affects the greasers.  The students will be summarizing parts and creating and answering various comprehension questions. 

Religion- The students will be receiving a handout based on Advent/ Christmas on Monday; they are to use their religion books for this assignment. It will be counted as a test grade; the students will have ample time to complete it; it will be due on Monday, December 17th. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 10th- 1). Finish reading Chapter 7; answer the following:

1). Describe how Ponyboy was feeling in the beginning of Chapter 7.  Give two details to support your answer. Would you have felt the same as he did? Explain.

2). Compare Johnny and Dally’s injuries.  How do you think their injuries are affecting the greasers? Explain.

3). How do you think Ponyboy felt now that he is back home? Give two details to support your answer. 

4). Why do you think Ponyboy had a nightmare of his parents funeral? What do you think triggered this dream? Explain.

5). Describe Randy and Ponyboy’s conversation. How would you describe Randy based on their conversation? Do you feel he is a changed Soc? Explain.

Tuesday, December 11th- 1). Be sure the Venn diagram from class is completed; neatly write or type the written part of the information from the diagram.

Wednesday, December 12th- 1).Finish Chapter 8; create five higher order thinking questions. Answer the questions; make sure they are detailed!

Thursday, December 13th- 1). Draw three illustrations in sequential order to explain Chapter 9; describe each illustration using details. 

Upcoming Quiz: The students will be taking a reading comprehension quiz on Wednesday, December 20th; they will be given chapters to read in The Outsiders and answer reading comprehension questions. (The students may use the novel and vocabulary handout for the quiz.)

 

Grade 8- This week, the students will be identifying vocabulary words from Chapters 7-12 from We Beat the Street.  They will be creating illustrations and riddles for each word.  They will be reading and responding to Chapters 7-10, discussing lessons learned by Sampson, Rameck’s choice to keep his old friends despite negative consequences, and how the three boys become close. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 10th- 1). Finish the illustrations and riddles based on the vocabulary words from Chapters 7-12. 

Tuesday, December 11th- 1). Based on the title for Chapter 7: “Yeah, Man. They Say the Driver’s Dead”, write a prediction; use at least two vocabulary words. 

Wednesday, December 12th- 1). Finish the questions from Chapter 7. 2). Read Chapter 8; we will discuss it tomorrow! 3). Get We Beat the Street exam signed, and make corrections. 

Thursday, December 13th- 1). Turn Chapter 9 into a news article; give it a title; pretend this happened yesterday; type or neatly write it, and include at least three vocabulary words in the article. 

Upcoming Quiz: The students will be taking a reading comprehension quiz on Monday, December 17th; they will be given chapters to read in We Beat the Street and answer reading comprehension questions. (The students may use the novel and vocabulary handout for the quiz.)

Week of December 3rd-December 7th

Posted on December 1, 2018

Reminders:

1). First Trimester will end on Monday, December 3rd.

2). Second Trimester begins on Tuesday, December 4th.

3). 7th and 8th Grade will be attending Confession on Wednesday, December 5th.

4). There will be a Bake Sale on Thursday, December 6th.

5). Report Cards will be distributed on Thursday, December 6th; dismissal is at 12:00 P.M.

6). Trimester One Awards Ceremony will follow our school Mass on Friday, December 7th. There will be no after school on this day, too.

 

Grade 5- This week, the students will be reading and summarizing  Chapter 6 in Holes; on Tuesday, they will be taking an exam on the vocabulary words from Chapters 1-6 and answering comprehension questions as well.  Next, the students will be identifying vocabulary words that will be found in Chapters 7/9-10; they will be creating riddles with each word; they will be sharing their riddles with their classmates; lastly, the students will be reading Chapter 7 and discussing Stanley’s great-grandfather’s experience with Madame Zeroni and the supposed “curse” on the Yelnats family.

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 3rd- 1). Finish your summary based on Chapter 6; exam on Chapters 1-6 will be tomorrow;  know the part of speech, definition, and spelling of each word!

Tuesday, December 4th- 1). Exam today! There will be no written homework.

Wednesday, December 5th- 1). Finish your riddles from class today; be creative! 2). Get Holes exam signed, and make corrections; if you left a comma out, please rewrite the entire sentence with the comma. 

Thursday, December 6th- 1). Create an illustration to describe one of the scenes in Chapter 7; write a paragraph describing the scene, too!

Exam: Tuesday, December 4th- Holes-Chapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions/spelling); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these.

 

Grade 6- This week, the students will be drawing three illustrations, in sequential order, to sum up the Prologue and Chapters 1-3 in Heaven is for Real. They will be taking an exam on these chapters as well. Next, the students will be identifying new vocabulary words from Chapters 4-6 and creating riddles with each of them; they will be sharing them with their classmates, too. They will be reading Chapters 4-6 and will be discussing Colton’s decline in health.

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 3rd- 1). Finish your illustrations to sum up the Prologue and Chapters 1-3; be sure to explain them, too! (Exam on the Prologue and Chapters 1-3 will be tomorrow; know the part of speech, definition, and spelling of each word!)

Tuesday, December 4th- 1). Exam today! There will be no written homework tonight.

Wednesday, December 5th- 1). Create riddles for the vocabulary words from Chapters 4-6; be creative! 2). Get Heaven is for Real exam signed, and make corrections. 

Thursday, December 6th- 1). Read Chapter 6; summarize, and create a new title for the chapter.  

Exam: Tuesday, December 4th- Heaven is for Real-the Prologue Chapters and 1-3 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these.

 

Grade 7- This week, the students will be reading and analyzing the poem, “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost. They will be working in groups to analyze each line and explain how it relates to the novel-specifically Ponyboy and Johnny.  They will be reading Chapters 5 and 6 as well and discuss Dally’s role in helping Ponyboy and Johnny. They will also be discussing the fire scene that occurred in the church and how it affects Ponyboy, Johnny, and Dally. 

Religion- When classes meet, the students will be focusing on the seasons of Advent and Christmas.

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

*If you have not already done so, please send in the time frame that you would like, to receive your child’s report card.* Thank you!*

Monday, December 3rd- 1). Read the first five pages in The Outsiders-pages 68 to the top of 75. Summarize these pages, and answer the following:

1). How do you think Johnny felt while going to get some necessities? Would you have gone to get some items? Give details.

2). Why does Ponyboy feel as if his pride was taken away from him?  Do you agree with how he felt? Explain. 

Tuesday, December 4th- 1). We will be finishing Chapter 5 as a class today; create three short answer questions with answers based on the reading. 

Wednesday, December 5th-    1). Finish reading Chapter 6; summarize the chapter. 2). Exam tomorrow on The Outsiders-Chapters 1-6; be sure to review the vocabulary words (part of speech, definitions, and spelling). You will be able to use the novel for the comprehension part of the exam.

Thursday, December 6th- 1). Exam today; there will be no written homework.

Exam: Thursday, December 4th- The Outsiders Chapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these.

 

Grade 8- This week, the students will continue reading We Beat the Street and be introduced to George Jenkins and analyze his feelings about school; they will also be reading about Sampson and how his stealing experience affected him.  Next, the students will  be discussing the financial woes of Rameck’s family and how he steps up as a man to help his family; lastly, the students will see how a trip to the dentist changed George’s life forever. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, December 3rd- 1). Finish reading Chapter 3: We Beat the Streetsummarize the chapter, and answer the following:

A). How does George feel about school? Give two details to support your answer.

B). How would you describe Miss Johnson’s character? Give a detail to support your answer. 

C). Do you feel Miss Johnson is a positive role model for students? Give two details to support your answer. 

2). Get the essay: “Challenges Faced and Goals to Stay Focused” signed. 

Tuesday, December 4th- 1). Read Chapter 4: We Beat the Street; answer the following:

1). In the beginning of the chapter, why do you think seeing drug dealers didn’t phase the boys? Would you have reacted the same as they did? Explain.

2). Do you think Sampson felt regret in this chapter? Give details to support your answer.

Wednesday, December 5th- 1). Answer the two critical thinking questions from class today; then create three more questions with answers. (Chapter 5-We Beat the Street)

Thursday, December 6th- 1). Exam tomorrow on We Beat the StreetChapters 1-6; review vocabulary (spelling/definitions/part of speech); you will be able to use your book for the comprehension questions.  

Exam: Friday, December 7th- We Beat the StreetChapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions.); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these. 

Week of November 26th-November 30th

Posted on November 25, 2018

Reminders:

1). All students should continue reading their own novels on their own time; written reading logs will be assigned more sporadically since all classes have begun class novels. 

 

Grade 5- This week, the students will be identifying vocabulary words from Chapters 1-6 from the novel-Holes by Louis Sachar. They will be creating illustrations and writing sentences for each word; they will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game to review the words.  Next, the students will be using most of their vocabulary words to write a prediction about the novel; they will be observing the cover of the book and the description on the back to help them with their prediction. The students will be introduced to the main character-Stanley Yelnats and his beginning experiences at Camp Green Lake. They will be focusing on Chapters 1-6 for the week and answering various comprehension questions based on the events in the novel. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, November 26th- 1). Make sure your illustrations and sentences are completed from class today; we will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game tomorrow!

Tuesday, November 27th- 1). Observe the cover of Holes, and read the back cover; write a prediction of the book using at least three vocabulary words; highlight or underline the words in your prediction. 

Wednesday, November 28th- 1). Be sure Chapters 1-3 are completed; answer the following in your ELA section:

1). Based on what you have read in Chapters 1-3, describe Camp Green Lake.  Give details.

2). Give two adjectives to describe Stanley Yelnats.  Cite two details from the reading to support your answer.

3). How would you describe Stanley’s relationship with his parents? Give details. 

Thursday, November 29th-1). Be sure Chapters 4-5 are completed; create chapter titles for each chapter-be creative; then, summarize the chapters; remember DO NOT write your opinion, and only include significant details. 

Upcoming Exam: 

Tuesday, December 4th- Holes-Chapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these questions. 

 

Grade 6- This week, the students will be identifying vocabulary words from Chapters 1-3 from the novel-Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo. They will be creating illustrations and writing sentences for each word; they will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game to review the words.  Next, the students will be using most of their vocabulary words to write a prediction about the novel; they will be observing the cover of the book and the description on the back to help them with their prediction. The students will be introduced to the main character-Colton Burpo in the Prologue and how his father, Todd, experiences hardships in his life. They will be focusing on Chapters 1-3 for the week and answering various comprehension questions based on the events in the novel. For Chapter 3, the students will be writing a descriptive paragraph from the perspective of Colton based on his experience with Rosie the Spider.

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, November 26th- 1). Make sure your illustrations and sentences are completed from class today; we will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game tomorrow!

Tuesday, November 27th- 1). Observe the cover of Heaven is for Real, and read the back cover; write a prediction of the book using at least three vocabulary words; highlight or underline the words in your prediction. 

Wednesday, November 28th- 1). Be sure the “Prologue” and Chapter 1: “The Crawl-A-See-Um” are completed; answer the following:

1). Based on the “Prologue”, how would you describe Colton Burpo? Give two details to support your answer.

2). Based on Chapter 1, would you have reacted as Colton did or as Cassie did when it came to holding Rosie the Spider? Explain. 

3). Give a new title for Chapter 1; provide two details from the chapter to support your answer.

Thursday, November 29th-1). Be sure Chapter 2: “Pastor Job” is completed; summarize the chapter; remember DO NOT write your opinion, and only include significant details. 

Upcoming Exam: 

Tuesday, December 4th- Heaven is For Real-Chapters 1-3 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these. 

Grade 7- This week, the students will be identifying vocabulary words from Chapters 1-6 from the novel, The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. They will be reading Chapters 1-4 as a class and independently. They will be focusing on one of the the main characters, Ponyboy Curtis, and some hardships he faces as a young man.  On Friday, the students will be working with a partner/group to create illustrations and their own definitions for the vocabulary words from Chapters 5 and 6. 

Religion- The students will be practicing for the Christmas Show during religion class; however, they will be receiving work focusing on Advent and Christmas in the upcoming weeks. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule: 

Monday, November 26th- 1). Make sure your sentences are completed from class today; be sure Chapter 1 is completed; answer the comprehension questions from the handout. 

Tuesday, November 27th- 1). Make sure your sentences are completed from class today; be sure Chapter 2 is completed; answer the comprehension questions from the handout. Write a one paragraph prediction for Chapter 3.

Wednesday, November 28th- 1). Be sure your illustrations and explanations are completed from class today based on Chapter 3; finish reading Chapter 3; answer the comprehension questions. 

Thursday, November 29th-1). Give Chapter 4 a title; in one paragraph explain your title; give details from Chapter 4 to support your title. 2). Riddles were already completed in class, so be sure your comprehension questions are completed. 

Upcoming Exam: 

Thursday, December 6th- The Outsiders Chapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these. 

 

Grade 8- This week, the students will be identifying vocabulary words from Chapters 1-6 from the novel-We Beat the Street by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins and Remeck Hunt with Sharon M. Draper. They will be creating illustrations and writing sentences for each word; they will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game to review the words. The students will be observing a video trailer of the book and reading the Introduction as a class. In groups, they will be discussing and listing challenges young adults face in inner cities and things young adults can do to stay on a positive path in life.  They will specifically be focusing on the three doctors, as they were young men, and discussing what they did to stay on the right track.  The students will also be introduced this week, to two of the main characters-Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt and read about specific moments from their childhood that helped shaped them into the men they are today. 

Tentative Homework/Testing Schedule:

Monday, November 26th- 1). Be sure your illustrations and sentences using the vocabulary words from Chapters 1-6: We Beat the Street are completed; we will be playing Pictionary and the Sentence Game tomorrow!

Tuesday, November 27th- 1). Observe the cover of We Beat the Street, and read the back cover; write a prediction of the book using at least three vocabulary words; highlight or underline the words in your prediction.

Wednesday, November 28th- 1). Based on We Beat the Street, complete the essay that was introduced in class today; use your knowledge of the video we had seen in class, the “Introduction”, and the chart created to help you develop your essay.  This will be graded. 

Thursday, November 29th-1). Summarize Chapter 1: “You Don’t Have to Cut My Foot Off, Do You?”; create three comprehension questions; remember the questions must make others think! Do not come up with literal questions-inferential and critical thinking only!

Upcoming Exam: 

Friday, December 7th- We Beat the StreetChapters 1-6 (Be able to spell the vocabulary words and know their parts of speech/definitions.); there will also be inferential and critical thinking questions on the exam; you may use your novel for these. 

Week of November 19th-November 23rd

Posted on November 16, 2018

Reminders:

Wednesday, November 21st:

1). The school will be attending 8:30 a.m. Mass.

2). After Mass, we will be having our OLGCA Student Council Induction Ceremony; all parents whose child is a part of the OLGCA Student Council may attend!

3). Our class will be having a celebration; students were given certain items to bring in for our party.

4). Dismissal will be at 12:00 P.M.

5). School will be closed on Thursday, November 22nd- Happy Thanksgiving and Friday, November 23rd.

 

Grade 5- This week, the students will be reviewing the “Reader Response Questions” based on the story: “The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins”.  Next, they will be identifying new vocabulary words (Unit 3) from their Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop books.  We will be reviewing each word’s part of speech, definition, synonyms, and antonyms. The students will be playing the vocabulary game to review the words as well.

*Be sure the “Reader Response” questions are completed from Friday, November 16th. 

*Upon return from our Thanksgiving break, we will be reading the novel Holes by Louis Sachar; please have the book in class by Tuesday, November 27th. The book can be purchased from Barnes and Noble or Amazon.*

Tentative Homework Schedule:

Monday, November 19th- 1). Be sure your illustrations and explanations are completed from class today; we will be playing the vocabulary game tomorrow! (I have used Holes books, if you do not want to purchase a new one, you can use one of the old ones.)

Tuesday, November 20th– 1). Complete pages 30-32 in the Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop book: “Match the Meaning”, “Synonyms”, and “Antonyms”.

Wednesday, November 21st– 1). There is no written homework today; please remember to bring in Holes by Louis Sachar for Tuesday, November 27th. 2). Be sure to read your own book over the break- at least 20 minutes a day!

*Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!

 

Grade 6- This week, the students will be identifying new vocabulary words (Unit 3) from their Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop books.  We will be reviewing each word’s part of speech, definition, synonyms, and antonyms. The students will be playing the vocabulary game to review the words as well.

*Please be sure your summary (the end of “Hatchet”) is completed for Monday, November 16th.*

*Upon return from our Thanksgiving break, we will be reading the novel- Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo; please have the book in class by Tuesday, November 27th.*

Tentative Homework Schedule:

Monday, November 19th- 1). Be sure your illustrations and explanations are completed from class today; we will be playing the vocabulary game tomorrow!

Tuesday, November 20th– 1). Complete pages 37-41 in the Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop book: “Choosing the Right Word”, “Synonyms”, “Antonyms” and “Completing the Sentence”. Do not complete: “Words in Action”. 

Wednesday, November 21st– 1). There is no written homework today; please remember to bring in Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo by Tuesday, November 27th. 2). Be sure to read your own book over the break- at least 20 minutes a day!

*Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!

 

Grade 7- This week, the students will be identifying new vocabulary words (Unit 3) from their Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop books.  We will be reviewing each word’s part of speech, definition, synonyms, and antonyms. The students will be playing the vocabulary game to review the words as well.

Religion- The students will be handing in their Chapter 3: “The Blessed Trinity” packets on Monday, November 19th. 

*Upon return from our Thanksgiving break, we will be reading the novel- The Outsiders. I have a class set, so you do not have to purchase a book.* 

Tentative Homework Schedule:

Monday, November 19th- * “The Blessed Trinity” packet is due today! 1). Be sure your illustrations and explanations are completed from class today; we will be playing the vocabulary game tomorrow! 2). Get your diary entry signed, and make corrections if I asked you to. 

Tuesday, November 20th– 1). Complete pages 37-41 in the Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop book: “Choosing the Right Word”, “Synonyms”, “Antonyms” and “Completing the Sentence”.  Do not complete: “Words in Action”. 2). Get “The Blessed Trinity” packet signed, and make corrections. 

Wednesday, November 21st– 1). There is no written homework today! 2). Be sure to read your own book over the break- at least 20 minutes a day!

*Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!

 

Grade 8- This week, the students will be identifying new vocabulary words (Unit 3) from their Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop books.  We will be reviewing each word’s part of speech, definition, synonyms, and antonyms. The students will be playing the vocabulary game to review the words as well.

*Upon return from our Thanksgiving break, we will be reading the novel- We Beat the Street by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt with Sharon M. Draper.  Please purchase the book from either Barnes or Noble or Amazon.* 

Tentative Homework Schedule:

Monday, November 19th- 1). Be sure your illustrations and explanations are completed from class today; we will be playing the vocabulary game tomorrow! 2). Get the questions based on Harriet Tubman signed, and make corrections. 

Tuesday, November 20th– 1). Complete pages 37-41 in the Common Core Enriched Edition Vocabulary Workshop book: “Choosing the Right Word”, “Synonyms”, “Antonyms” and “Completing the Sentence”. Do not complete: “Words in Action”. 

Wednesday, November 21st– 1). There is no written homework today! 2). Be sure to read your own book over the break- at least 20 minutes a day. 3). Please have the novel-We Beat the Street by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt with Sharon M. Draper by Tuesday, November 27th.

*Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!

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