Author Archives: Mrs. Long
Today in class: 3,4,5th Block-Giver Test Chapters 1-6, Read and begin Sci-Fi activity. This is not HW! 🙂 6 & 7th Block -Revisit and correct comp check, Begin Vocab activity. This is not HW! 🙂 No HW! 🙂 Have a great … Continue reading
Today in class: 3,4,5th Block-Students and teacher reviewed questions on Chapters 1-6 for The Giver Test tomorrow. Please study! 6&7-Comprehension check pages 29-45 on Fahrenheit 451, Journal-Book Memories or Tweet
Today in class: 3,4,& 5th Block-Students completed comprehension questions on The Giver Chapters 1-6. We will check these for accuracy tomorrow, and then they will be used as a study guide for the test Friday. 6&7th Block-Students and teacher read … Continue reading
Today in class: Pass back papers Students take quiz and survey in 365 if they have access 3,4,5th block-Read Chapters 5 & 6 The Giver 6&7 block-Finish Questions covering pages 1-28 Fahrenheit 451 NO HW
Today in class: Blocks 3,4,&5-Finish Masterpiece Stanza, Mrs. Long read aloud from The Giver for Chapter 3 and students read to themselves for Chapter 4. Blocks 6&7-Finish Masterpiece Stanza, Students read to page 28 and began a comprehension check on … Continue reading
11/8/17 Journal Check on Friday! Students began reading novels for Novel Study Blocks 3,4, & 5-The Giver Blocks 6 & 7-Fahrenheit 451 11/9/17 Allatoona Field Trip & Harrison Presentation at Durham Journal Check Friday! Blocks 3, 4 & 5 … Continue reading
Today in class: Review for Harrison Bergeron Quiz Take Harrison Bergeron Quiz Begin reading: The Giver Blocks 3,4,5 Fahrenheit 451 Blocks 6 & 7 NO HW -No School for students tomorrow
Today in class: Students turned in Utopia Compare/Contrast sheets. Students worked on a reviewed comprehension questions for Harrison Bergeron. We will be having a quiz on Monday after a quick review.
Students took the PSAT test today. 🙂 Please make sure the Utopian Compare/Contrast sheet from yesterday is completed for when you return to class tomorrow.
Today in class: Students finished Utopia Evaluation Rotations. After this, students used this information to complete a compare/contrast with another group’s Utopia and their own project.