Mrs. Greene


Mrs. Greene

Middle School Literature 
agreene@stjudewichita.org
 

Week of May 8-12, 2017

 

Week of May 8-12, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty

  2. Writing focus: Sequence Writing & Descriptive Writing

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 29-33

  2. Writing focus: Research Paper Writing

  3.  Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Disabilities/Mental Illness

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

  2. Writing focus: Genocide & Research Paper

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming Sentences/Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Personal Research Project & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

May 1-5, 2017

 

Week of May 1-5, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

7th an 8th grade students will be completing a research paper.  They will need to have valid sources that will require them going to the Public Library. 

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty Ch 23-25

  2. Writing focus: Sequence Writing & Descriptive Writing

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 25-28

  2. Writing focus: Research Paper Writing

  3.  Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Disabilities/Mental Illness

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

  2. Writing focus: Genocide & Research Paper

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming Sentences/Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Personal Research Project & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

April 24-28, 2017

 

Week of April 24-28, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

 

 

  • 7th an 8th grade students will be completing a research paper.  They will need to have valid sources that will require them going to the Public Library.  More information to come!

     

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty Ch 20-22

  2. Writing focus: Sequence Writing & Descriptive Writing

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 19-24

  2. Writing focus: Research Paper Writing

  3.  Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Disabilities/Mental Illness

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Ch 16-20

  2. Writing focus: Genocide & Research Paper

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming Sentences/Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Personal Research Project & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

April 17-21, 2017

 

Week of April 17-21, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

NO SCHOOL on Monday, April 17, 2017

 

  • 7th an 8th grade students will be completing a research paper.  They will need to have valid sources that will require them going to the Public Library.  More information to come!

     

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty Ch 14-16

  2. Writing focus: Sequence Writing

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 14-18

  2. Writing focus: Opinion Writing

  3.  Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Opinion Poster P. 392-417 & Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Disabilities/Mental Illness

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Ch 11-15

  2. Writing focus: Genocide

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Diagramming Sentences/Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max: Personal Research Project & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

April 10-14, 2017

 

Week of April 10-14, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

Half day of school on Thursday, April 13, 2016------OUT AT 11AM

 

NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 14, 2017

 

NO SCHOOL on Monday, April 17, 2017

 

  • 7th an 8th grade students will be completing a research paper.  They will need to have valid sources that will require them going to the Public Library.  More information to come!

     

     

     

    6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty Ch 11-13

  2. Writing focus: Sequence Writing

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Fragment Fix

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 10-13

  2. Writing focus: Opinion Writing

  3.  Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max: Cerebral Palsy

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Ch 6-10

  2. Writing focus: Genocide

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 409-410 1-22; P. 414-415 6-24; P. 416-417 1-8: Unit VIII Test

  5. Research/Moby Max: The League of Extraordinary Losers & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

  • Literary Letters due May 5th

 

April 3-7, 2017

 

Week of April 3-7, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty Ch 5-10

  2. Writing focus: Compare/Contrast

  3. Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind Ch 6-9

  2. Writing focus: Compare/Contrast

  3.  Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max: Cerebral Palsy

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

  • Literary Letters due April 7 & May 5th

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Ch 1-5

  2. Writing focus: Genocide

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 397-398 1-25 (odd) 26-30 (all); P. 410-402 9-20; P. 403-404 1-15; & P. 407 8-16

  5. Research/Moby Max: The League of Extraordinary Losers & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

  • Literary Letters due April 7 & May 5th

 

March 27-31. 2017

 

Week of March 27-31, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

Students will be completing their ELA State Assessments this Thursday & Friday!

 

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Freak the Mighty

  2. Writing focus: Compare/Contrast

  3. Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max:  King Arthur’s Quest

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Out of my Mind

  2. Writing focus: Compare/Contrast

  3.  Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max: Cerebral Palsy

    Corporal Works of Mercy ‘Selfie’ challenge is Due March 28, 2017

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Holocaust Centers

  2. Writing focus: Genocide

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: Unit VII Test; Unit VIII Pre-Test

  5. Research/Moby Max: The League of Extraordinary Losers & Genocide

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

March 13-17, 2017

 

Week of March 13-17, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

 6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Folk Literature P. 762-763

  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max:  A User’s Guide to your Raging Brain

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Folktales P. 814-815

  2. Writing focus: Native American Folklore

  3.  Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max: Sinister Science of Irresistible Junk Food

    Corporal Works of Mercy ‘Selfie’ challenge is Due March 28, 2017

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Holocaust Centers

  2. Writing focus: Genocide

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 317-317 1-10; P. 374-375 8-32; P. 377-378 1-20; Unit VII Test

  5. Research/Moby Max: The League of Extraordinary Losers

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

March 6-10, 2017

 

Week of March 6-10, 2017

 

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

 

Reading Counts will be due on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

 

 

6th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Folk Literature P. 762-763

  2. Writing focus: Fractured Fairytales

  3. Reading Counts

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

  5. Research/Moby Max:  A User’s Guide to your Raging Brain

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 6th grade will focus on the following genre: Historical Fiction

 

7th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Folktales P. 814-815

  2. Writing focus: Native American Folklore

  3.  Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 368-369 1-8;  Unit VIII Test; Persuasive Poster P. 432-454

  5. Research/Moby Max: Sinister Science of Irresistible Junk Food

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 7th grade will focus on the following genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

8th Grade Grammar/Literature

 

  1. Article focus: Poetry P. 589

  2. Writing focus: Poetry

  3. Reading Counts

  4. Grammar instruction: P. 359-360 1-20; P. 362-363 1-16; P. 365-366 8-28; P. 369-370 11-36

  5. Research/Moby Max: The League of Extraordinary Losers

 

  • For the last nine weeks, 8th grade will focus on the following genre: Folklore/Myth/ Legend

 

St. Jude Catholic School

3030 N. Amidon
Wichita, KS 67204
316.838.0800
school@stjudewichita.org

 

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