Week of April 16-20, 2018

 Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

 NO SCHOOL: FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2018 TEACHER INSERVICE

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.   Article focus: Oral Tradition P. 762-763
  2. Writing focus: How-To

  3. Reading Counts: Freak the Mighty Ch 8-10

  4. Grammar instruction: Sequence Writing

  5. Research/Moby Max: King Arthur Quest

  •  For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

 7th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus:  Oral Tradition P. 814-815
  2. Writing focus: Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Out of My Mind Ch 14-18

  4. Grammar instruction: Opinion Poster P. 392-417

  5. Research/Moby Max: Disabilities

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism
  2. Writing focus: Holocaust Reflections

  3. Reading Counts: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Ch 1-5

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming

  5. Research/Moby Max: Genocide

 

 Week of April 9-13, 2018

 Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus: Oral Tradition P. 762-763

  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share & Freak the Mighty Ch 5-7

  4. Grammar instruction: Sequence Writing

  5. Research/Moby Max:  Fairytales & King Arthur Quest

  •  For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

 7th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus:  Oral Tradition P. 814-815
  2. Writing focus: Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Book Share & Out of My Mind Ch 10-13

  4. Grammar instruction: Opinion Poster P. 392-417

  5. Research/Moby Max: Native American Tribes & Disabilities

 For the second nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genres: Folklore/Myth/Legend

Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism
  2. Writing focus: Figurative Language

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming

  5. Research/Moby Max: Holocaust Centers; & Genocide

  •  For the third nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genres: Historical Fiction

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 Week of April 2-6, 2018

 Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

 No School: April 2, 2018

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus: Oral Tradition P. 762-763
  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share & Freak the Mighty Ch 1-4

  4. Grammar instruction: Sequence Writing

  5. Research/Moby Max:  Fairytales & King Arthur Quest

  •  For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

 7th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus:  Oral Tradition P. 814-815
  2. Writing focus: Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Book Share & Out of My Mind Ch 6-9

  4. Grammar instruction: Opinion Poster P. 392-417

  5. Research/Moby Max: Native American Tribes & Disabilities

  •  For the second nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genres: Folklore/Myth/Legend

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 8th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism & Poetry
  2. Writing focus: Figurative Language

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming

  5. Research/Moby Max: WWII Topics; Holocaust Centers; & Genocide

  •  For the third nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genres: Historical Fiction

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 

 Week of March 26-30, 2018

 Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

 Half day: March 29, 2018 out at 11am

 No School: March 30, 2018 & April 2, 2018

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus: Oral Tradition P. 762-763
  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share & Freak the Mighty Ch 1-4

  4. Grammar instruction: Compare & Contrast Poster P. 440-461

  5. Research/Moby Max:  Fairytales & King Arthur Quest

  •  For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

 7th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1.  Article focus:  Oral Tradition P. 814-815
  2. Writing focus: Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Book Share & Out of My Mind Ch 1-5

  4. Grammar instruction: Compare & Contrast Poster P. 478-498

  5. Research/Moby Max: Native American Tribes & Disabilities

  •  For the second nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genres: Folklore/Myth/Legend

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 8th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism & Poetry
  2. Writing focus: Figurative Language

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share;

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 409-410 9-10,15-16, & 21-22; P. 414-415 10-15; P. 416-417 1-8; & Unit VIII Test

  5. Research/Moby Max: WWII Topics; Holocaust; & Genocide

  •  For the third nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genres: Historical Fiction

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 

 Week of March 12-16, 2018

 Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

 Spring Break: March 17-25, 2018

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature 

  1. Article focus: Oral Tradition P. 762-763

  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share

  4. Grammar instruction: Compare & Contrast Poster P. 440-461

  5. Research/Moby Max:  Fairytales

  •  For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature 

  1. Article focus:  Oral Tradition P. 814-815

  2. Writing focus: Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Book Share

  4. Grammar instruction: Compare & Contrast Poster P. 478-498

  5. Research/Moby Max: Native American Tribes

  •  For the second nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genres: Folklore/Myth/Legend

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature 

  1. Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism & Poetry

  2. Writing focus: Figurative Language

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share;

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 397-398 5-8; 16-17; P. 400 3-8; P. 403 1-6; & P. 406 2-7

  5. Research/Moby Max: WWII Topics; Holocaust; & The Thing About Jellyfish

  •  For the third nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genres: Historical Fiction

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

 

Week of March 5 – 9, 2018

Assignments may change or be modified pending how well students have mastered the concept.

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus: Oral TraditionP. 762-763

  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share

  4. Grammar instruction: Opinion Poster P. 358-381

  5. Research/Moby Max:  Fairytales

  • For the second nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genres: Realistic Fiction

    Reading Counts will be due on Friday, April 27, 2018

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus:  Poetry P. 506-507 & Oral Tradition P. 814-815

  2. Writing focus: Poems & Folktales

  3.  Reading Counts: Book Share & Figurative Language

  4. Grammar instruction: Persuasive Poster P. 432-454

  5. Research/Moby Max: Career Cruising & Native American Tribes

  • For the second nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genres: Folklore/Myth/Legend

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

  1. Article focus: A History of Anti-Semitism

  2. Writing focus: Figurative Language

  3. Reading Counts: Book Share; Figurative Language; &  The Thing About Jellyfish (Part VII: P. 308-334

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 374-375 8-32; P. 377-378 1-20; Unit VII Test; Unit VIII Pre-Test

  5. Research/Moby Max: WWII Topics

  • For the third nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genres: Historical Fiction

    Reading Counts projects will be due on Friday April 13, 2018