I received a comment about whether the DGPs will be on the Milestones. No and Yes! The Milestones will have grammar questions and questions about sentence structure, but there are no sentence diagrams on Milestones.
Next week is 7th grade Milestones and 8th grade will continue with science and social studies.
Remember to get a good amount of sleep each night and eat a great breakfast. When you get home in the afternoon, play a sport, ride a bike, do something active for a little break for your brain and energy for your body!!
See you all soon,
DMS FIELD DAY
May 7th–6th Grade
May 9th–7th Grade
May 11–8th Grade
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Good evening, everyone.
I just want to remind you all to finish your comic book work tonight if you took it home to finish it.
You will turn that in at the beginning of class tomorrow.
Great job on the Quiz today – 7th grade!!
6th and 8th, I haven’t graded the quizzes yet. I’ll have them for you tomorrow.
I have received most of the paragraphs on Middle School already.
Please remember to bring in a printed copy if I talked to you today in class about that.
Remember to be reading each night about 20 minutes:)
You worked diligently on the Informational Text Test; however, you will need to write the paragraph about middle school at home.
Please be sure to follow the paragraph format we discussed in class. You may use your notes to do the best you can. Show me what you know!
It is okay with me that you include only 2 supporting sentences if you would like. However, this will mean that your details, facts and examples need to be EXTRA awesome!
Use the link to my name on the Dickerson website to send it to me.
Remember that I am under the “Additional Faculty” tab.
Enjoy the week off!
We have one last week before the winter break.
Please study for the test on non-fiction / informational text which is on Friday.
I am posting a picture of the paragraph analysis we did in class.
Wednesday night YOU HAVE HOMEWORK. Analyze one of the two paragraphs using the sample we did in class.
Welcome back, Jiwoo! We missed you!
This week we will continue with informational text.
Each night read 20 – 30 minutes. Read in English, your language or both!!!
Next week, you will all take the ACCESS test. Please give your parents the letter I sent home today, so they are aware of your testing schedule.
We’ll practice on the computer before we begin testing:)
I guess I am not going to see you much this week because of the holiday on Monday, a training for ACCESS on Tuesday, snowfall on Wednesday, and icy conditions on Thursday. I hope I’ll see you on Friday:)
Please make sure that each day you read for about 30 minutes!!! It will increase your English skills and multiply your vocabulary!!
Dr. Brink has asked us to pass on this recommendation:
With a second day off, it’s a great time to wash jackets, backpacks, hats, gloves, shoes, etc. You can also wipe down lunch boxes, binders, etc. w/ cleaning wipes. Help us fight illnesses at schools such as colds & the flu! ❄️ 😷
I enjoyed meeting your parents last week for conferences. Thank you all for being such hard-working students.
6th / 8th grade – This week you will complete your PowerPoint Presentation on the folktale you chose. Class presentations begin on Thursday. Remember to read and re-read your folktale each night so that your presentation will be clear and complete.
7th grade – This week we’ll read through chapter 6 of The Cay. Each night, you should continue defining the vocabulary using context clues from the text and translating the terms. Our test on the first part of the novel will be in the first week of November. I’ll give you more details in class.
WOW! Only one more day of ITBS and flipped schedule! It will be great to see all the 6th graders again.
We will have a test on Figurative language on Friday, so everyone needs to study the notes we took on the PowerPoint. Also, remember the figurative language you all found in the literature we have been reading!
Study a little each night, so it will be easier for you to learn all of the types of figurative language.
Read something fun!!