Tutoring on Tuesday (11/14)

See you in the Media Center from 4:30-5:30.  Parents, please remember to pick your child up from the Bus Depot, located on the side of the building.  Students, remember to bring work and questions you may have about the work.

Monday (11/06/17)

Today, a plot packet was left for students outside in the chair right next to the classroom door.  You have tomorrow off from school, so be sure to complete the following two items:

-your plot packet from today (due Wednesday)

-check and complete your I.A.N. before the check on Wednesday!

 

Email me if you have any questions.

New Due Dates

Friday (11/03) 

  • Completed “The Landlady” packet
  • Completed B.C.R. sheet (both sides)

Wednesday (11/08) 

  • Progress Report Distribution
  • Interactive Notebook Check #2

Thursday (11/09) 

  • Short-cycle assessment

Friday (11/10) 

  • End of Unit 1 Assessment – vocabulary from p. 50, plot elements

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Access Microsoft 365

How to Access Microsoft 365

To upload your completed work to Office 365, use the following steps:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Type “Microsoft 365 Login” in the search box.
  3. Use the following items to log in/sign in:
    • Username: [email protected]
    • Password: the same password you created/use to log on to any computer in this building
  4. Use the Microsoft Word program to type your final draft. You should use Times New Roman, 12 point font.  Don’t forget to put your name, date, and class period in the upper, right-hand corner!
  5. Save each time before logging off.

Upcoming Due Dates

Friday (10/27)

  • Second Biblionasium Review uploaded into Biblionasium
  • Third Independent Reading Notes 1/2 Sheet

Tuesday (10/31) 

  • Completed, Typed, Final Draft submitted into Office 365
    • Username:  [email protected]
    • Password:  the same password you use to log in to computers at our school
    • Use Microsoft Word, Times New Roman, 12 point font.

Friday (11/03) 

  • Completed “The Landlady” packet
  • Short-cycle assessment

Monday (11/06) 

  • End of Unit 1 Assessment – vocabulary from p. 50, plot elements

Wednesday (11/08) 

  • Progress Report Distribution
  • Interactive Notebook Check #2

Tutoring Tomorrow – (10/24)

Remember, meet me in the Media Center after third bus load/dismissal.  Your parents should pick you up in the bus depot area promptly at 5:30.

There will not be tutoring next week, on Halloween.

Ready for Your Next Biblionasium This Friday?!?

Be sure to finish reading your book before this Friday so that you can complete your second Biblionasium book review!  If you don’t remember all of the steps, that’s ok.  Click on the “Biblionasium” tab on the left side of this page, or simply click here: http://www.cobblearning.net/lindseythurman/biblionasium/.

Homework Tonight

The homework for tonight is as follows:
-SpringBoard p. 36-38, questions 1, 4, & 5 (should’ve been completed last week)
-Memory Map (should’ve been completed last week)
-Essay Rough Draft (based on the items above) – use the green guide sheet on I.A.N. p. 106 for help

“The Jacket” by Gary Soto – Secret Brain Buck Opportunity

Are you wondering just what is the shade of “day-old guacamole”, as mentioned in “The Jacket” by Gary Soto?  Well, your wish has been granted…

Ew!  Was that your reaction?  Earn a Brain Buck by writing one or two complete sentences about your own reaction to “day-old guacamole” in the “Language Arts” box of your agenda any time from now (Friday, October 20, 2017) through Friday, October 27, 2017, and show it to me to earn your Brain Buck.   Be sure to use descriptive/figurative language, such as sensory language.  How does it appeal to your senses?  Would you want to wear an oversized jacket this color?

*BONUS:  Write a complete paragraph based on the information requested above on a separate sheet of paper to earn both a Panther Paw Buck and two Brain Bucks!

No Name Box

If students did not put their name on their work, it was submitted to the No Name Box, located in the front of the classroom, under the table, with a giant, orange label “No Name Box”.  As our first quarter of school just ended yesterday, there were still so many pieces of work that went unclaimed!  Below, you can see an image of how much work students did, yet received no credit for due to missing names.  Students, please remember to put your name on your work to receive the credit you worked so hard to earn.

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