Language Arts 3

  • M 4/9 Practice Adverbs - sentence analysis of #6-10, and diagram three of the sentences. Begin the vocabulary chart for Drama, page 324, words are in the "Analyze Drama" box.

    F 4/6 Practice Adverbs - sentence analysis of #1-5. Read and Analyze the poem "First They Came for the Jews," in class. Answer the three items about the poem. Finish and turn in your One-Pager.

    Th 4/5 Notes about Adverbs. Work on your One-Pager for the allegory.

    W 4/4 Early Release day. Turn in the Anne Frank vocabulary chart. Work on your One-Page for the allegory.

    T 4/3 iReady for reading. Discuss "The Terrible Things." Begin work on your One-Pager for the allegory.

    M 4/2 iReady for reading. Read "The Terrible Things," handout - Allegory of the Holocaust.

    F 3/30 TEST Verb-Subject-Adjective. Begin your Anne Frank vocabulary chart.

    Th 3/29 V-S-Adj Review

    W 3/28 Turn in Tom Sawyer paper. Video - World War II - Complete a 3-2-1

    T 3/27 iReady for reading. Tom Sawyer worksheet. 

    M 3/26 iReady for reading. Tom Sawyer worksheet - We completed items #1-2 in class today. The worksheet is due Wednesday. HOMEWORK: Complete at least item #3 on the Tom Sawyer worksheet.

    F 3/24 No School for students

    Th 3/22 QSMA 3 - Quarterly assessment

    W 3/21 iReady for reading. Finish page 402 from Monday. Turn it in.

    T 3/20 Read "One Last Time," in the textbook

    M 3/19 Complete "Analyzing the Text," page 402, and "Critical Vocabulary," page 403 - Top

    M-F 3/12-3/16 SPRING BREAK

    F 3/9 Tom Sawyer excerpt: print vs. video

    Th 3/8 In-class homework - "Trial Test: Verbs, Subjects, Adjectives. Read through "Adventures of Tom Sawyer," page 395 in the textbook

    W 3/7 FSA writes

    T 3/6 Review of writing and sample scoring

    M 3/5 Review of writing and sample scoring

    F 3/2 Notes on citations. Scoring two papers.

    Th 3/1 FSA Writing practice test

    W 2/28 Finish typing your essay. Turn it in by sending it to me.

    T 2/27 Continue typing your essay.

    M 2/26 iReady lessons for reading. Finish Writer's Workshop. Begin typing the informative essay.

    F 2/23 Continue Writer's Workshop

    Th 2/22 Turn in yesterterday's assignment. Begin Writer's Workshop

    W 2/21 Finich the informative essay rewrite. Assignment: Review #2 of Verbs - Subjects - Adjectives: Due tomorrrow.

    T 2/20 iReady - bring your earbuds. We will begin evaluating the informative writing. Please have 1 each, a blue, yellow, pink, and green highlighter, if possible. 

    M 2/19 Presidents' Day - No School

    F 2/16 Finish writing the informative essay in class. Turn in yesterterday's assignment.

    Th 2/15 Write the informative essay in class. Assignment: Review #1 of Verbs - Subjects - Adjectives: Due tomorrow.

    W 2/14 Finish Book Report 3 Presentations

    T 2/13 Book Report 3 Presentations

    M 2/12 iReady lessons for reading. Finish informative writing plan. Begin Book Report 3 Presentations.

    F 2/9 Turn in homework redo. Turn in Vocabulary Chart. Continue informative/expository writer's workshop in class, using Performance Assessment. 

    Th 2/8 Redo Facts about Adjectives homework - MUST be turned in tomorrow. Continue informative/expository writer's workshop in class, using Performance Assessment. Vocabulary chart is due on Friday.

    W 2/7 Turn in homework. Continue informative/expository writer's workshop in class, using Performance Assessment. Vocabulary chart is due on Friday.

    T 2/6 Finish Adjective Facts from yesterday. Assignment: Facts About Adjectives Practice: Due tomorrow. Begin informative/expository writing workshop, using Performance Assessment in class. 

    M 2/5 iReady lessons for reading. Turn in your V-S-Adj Practice 2 homework. Add three facts about adjectives to the Adjective notes. 

    F 2/2 Finish the debates. Assignment: Verb-Subject-Adjective Practice 2: Due on Monday

    Th 2/1 Debates begin!

    W 1/31 iReady for reading. Complete the counterclaim part of your debate plan. Turn in your sentences homework.

    T 1/30 Finish the front side of your debate plan. Assignment: Write at least four sentences about: 1. Your favorite food or restaurant; 2. Your favorite/most interesting animal; 3. Your favorite/most interesting hobby; 4. Your favorite sport to play or watch. That is sixteen total sentences. Due tomorrow.

    M 1/29 iReady lessons - bring your own earbuds. Work on your debate preparation.

    Book Report 3 Presentations begin on February 12th.

    F 1/26 All in class, Quick Practice on Verb-Subject-Adjectives. No homework.

    Th 1/25 All in class, Grammar review, work with your partner on debate preparation. No homework.

    W 1/24 Turn in "Using Adjectives." Practice for our upcoming presentations. No homework.

    T 1/23 iReady for reading. Began our debate preparation on today's handout, "Planning Your Debate." Assignment: Using Adjectives - Due tomorrow. 2nd period ran long and did NOT get this one today.

    M 1/22 Turn in Argument Chart iReady for reading. Review giving an oral presentation.

    F 1/19 Turn in vocabulary chart. Assignment - Finish the Argument Chart started yesterday - Due Monday.

    Th 1/18 Begin the Argument Chart for "When Do Kids Become Adults?" Assignment - Complete the vocabulary chart for the bold faced words in the five articles - Due tomorrow, Friday.

    W 1/17 iReady lessons. Notes: Oral Presentation.

    T 1/16 iReady lessons. Notes: Adjectives. Assignment - Practice Recognizing Adjectives - Due tomorrow (Wed. 1/17)

    M 1/15 Martin Luther King Day - No School

    Book Report 3 Presentations begin on February 12th.

    F 1/12  Read pages 239-242, summarize each article on you "When Do Kids Become Adults?" paper. If the summaries are not completed in class, it is homework. Due Tuesday, when you walk into the room.

    Th 1/11 Class discussion of p 237-238. Begin Vocabulary Chart for this unit (handout) with the four bold vocabulary words on pages 237-238. No homework assignment.

    W 1/10 Read and summarize the articles on pages 235-238. Assignment - Drill: Locating Verbs and Subjects - Due Thursday (1/11)

    T 1/9 iReady Lessons - Bring your earbuds. Began the argument unit: When Do Kids Become Adults. Read and discussed page 235 in the Collections textbook. No homework assignment.

    M 1/8 iReady Lessons - Bring your earbuds or headphones. Finish Notes on the Basic Sentence. ASSIGNMENT: Practice Locating Subjects and Verbs in Simple Sentences - Due on Tuesday (1/9).

    F 1/5 Test on identifying verbs and nouns. Notes on The Basic Sentence. Notes: The Basic Sentence

    Th 1/4 Finish iReady Diagnostic Test #2. When finished, use the time to work on Book Report 3 presentation.

    W 1/3 iReasy Diagnostic Test #2

    Book Report 3 presentations begin on February 12th!

    Third Quarter Book Report Project Book Report Instructions

    F 12/15 

    Th 12/14 Read and discuss pages 256-258. Assignment: Analyzing the Text, p. 258.

    W 12/13 Library to get a biography/autobiography for book report project 3.

    T 12/12 Discussion of p. 247-255 - Main idea and supporting details

    M 12/11 Quarterly Standards Mastery Assessment 2nd Qtr.

    F 12/8 Name that Noun, worksheet - Turn it in. Finish reading p.247-255, Do "Analyzing the Text, p. 255, complete answers in whole sentences - Turn it in. Read p. 256-257.

    Th 12/7 Spelling and Vocabulary quiz over the CRL2 words

    W 12/6 Began reading "Is 16 Too Young..." pages 247-255 in the Collections textbook.

    T 12/5 i Ready. Assignment: Common and Proper Nouns Part 2 - Due tomorrow. (5th period we will get this tomorrow.) Classroom progress reports went home. Please, sign and return them by 12/7/17.

    M 12/4 iReady. Self-edit the CRL2 Rewrite. Complete the self-review checklist for your CRL2 rewrite and turn it in.

    F 12/1 Book Report 2 Due today - Not taken late. Self-review of CRL2 essay. Assignment - Rewrite the essay for content - Rewrite is due Monday.

    Th 11/30 In class homework - Verb/Noun Drill 3. Work on writing your CRL2 argument essay - MUST BE COMPLETE BY THE END OF THE PERIOD.

    W 11/29 Finish the iReady Growth Check. Work on writing your CRL2 argument essay.

    T 11/28 iReady - Bring your earbuds/headphones. Begin the planning/writing of the CRL2 argument essay.

    M 11/27 iReady - Bring your earbuds/headphones. Finish up the Document Analysis sheets so you are ready to begin writing the essay tomorrow.

    BOOK REPORT 2 DUE DECEMBER 1ST

    F 11/17 Finished up the Document Analysis sheets for CRL2

    Th 11/16 Continued the CRL 2 working on the Document Analysis sheet for "The Tell-tale Heart"

    W 11/15 Continued the CRL 2 working on the Document Analysis sheet for "A Crime on Insanity..."

    T 11/14 iReady. Continued the CRL 2 Q & Q with questions 8-9.

    M 11/13 iReady. Continued the CRL 2 Q & A notes with questions 7-8.

    F 11/10 Complete the Common Noun and Proper Noun worksheet. Work on your book report project.

    Th 11/9 Turn in vocabulary chart for "The Tell-tale Heart." Finish questions for "T T-t H" excerpt. Read "A Crime on Insanity..." excerpt.

    W 11/8 Turn in Noun Practice 3. Do CRL 2 question #4. Finish CRL 2 vocabulary chart for "The Tell-tale Heart."

    T 11/7 iReady. Work on CRL 2 vocabulary chart. Assignment Noun Practice 3.

    M 11/6 iReady. Book Report reading/work time.

    F 11/3 Go over and turn in Noun Practice 2. Begin questions of CRL 2, "The Tell-tale Heart."

    Th 11/2 Go over and turn in Noun Practice 1. Close Read of "The Tell-tale Heart" excerpt in CRL 2 handout. Assignment Noun Practice 2

    W 11/1 Begin "The Tell-tale Heart," by Edgar Allen Poe. Assignment Noun Practice 1

    T 10/31 iReady Reading, Discussion of writing sample in class, if time - Book Report project reading time.

    M 10/30 iReady Reading, Finish the CRL first body paragraph. Turn it in. If you need extra time you may take it home, but it must be turned in tomorrow.

    F 10/27 Handout - Transitions with a purpose (notes), Finish the CRL introduction and begin the first body paragraph

    Th 10/26 Br. on Nouns, Attention Getting Devices notes, write the CRL introduction

    W 10/25 Finish Noun notes, CRL introduction discussion

    T 10/24 iReady - bring your earbuds or headphones. Added to our Nouns Notes foldable. Complete the plan the the Close Reading 1 essay.

    M 10/23 iReady - bring your earbuds or headphones. Added to our Nouns Notes foldable. Did the prompt analysis for the Close Reading Lesson 1 essay. 

    Quiz - Spelling and Vocabulary over the words from the Close Reading Lesson (you have the vocabulary chart of words) 

    F 10/20 Turn in homework, vocabulary chart for CRL 1. - Notes on Nouns - Finish the Document Analysis page for "The Dalton Gang's Last Raid, 1892"

    Th 10/19 Notes - Communication Outline. Continue working with peers on the Document Analysis of "The Dalton Gang's Last Raid, 1892."

    W 10/18 iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones. Continue work on the Close Reading #1 - Document Analysis of "A Retrieved Reformation" and begin work on Document Analysis of "The Dalton Gang's Last Raid, 1892."

    T 10/17 iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones. Continue work on the Close Reading #1 - Document Analysis of "A Retrieved Reformation." Homework: Finish the vocabulary chart for the Close Reading #1 - Due Friday.

    M 10/16 No School for students

    Quarter 2 Book Report Project is due on or before Friday, 12/1/17! Instructions were given to the students on Friday, 10/13/17. If it is handwritten it must be done in standard blue or black ink. If it is typed it must be in Times New Roman, 12 point font. Book Report Projects for quarter 2 will NOT be accepted late.

    F 10/13 TEST: VERB Identification. Continue the Close Reading Lesson 1

    Th 10/12 Assignment - Last Verb Practice. Continue with the Close Reading Lesson 1

    W 10/11 Finish Qtr. 1 District Assessment for those who need it. iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones.

    T 10/10 Qtr. 1 District Assessment

    M 10/9 iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones.

    Sent home classroom progress reports with all students who are below a 70%. Please ask your student if they recieved one, sign it, and have your student bring it back.

    F 10/6 Br. Underline the verb words in your Cat Attack writing. Continue CRL1.

    Th 10/5 Br. Cat Attack - write about a cat attacking something without using the words hiss, pounce, or scratch. Continue the CRL 1.

    W 10/4 Final Verb Drill, due tomorrow for a grade. Continue with the CRL1

    T 10/3 iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones. Finish the Writing Absolutes for 8th Grade - notes that need to be taken.

    M 12/2 iReady - Bring your earbuds or headphones. Go over the Writing Absolutes for 8th Grade - notes that need to be taken.

    F 9/29 BOOK REPORT IS DUE TODAY. You have known since the second week of school. Continued the Close Reading Lesson 1. Vocabulary Chart for grade level words.

    Th 9/28 Br. My Decision - Write about a tough decision you had to make. Continued the Close Reading Lesson 1 with discussion on difficult words indicated by the students.

    W 9/27 Verb Drill 2 - on today's handout. Continued the Close Reading Lesson 1.

    T 9/26 iReady for half of the period. Began the quarter 1 Close Reading Lesson.

    M 9/25 Turn in the 1 Paragraph Answer. iReady for half of the period. Analyze your baseline writing piece.

    F 9/22 Read and complete all items in "What to Bring," in the Close Reader. (This is done in class or read it in the etextbook and put the answers on paper and bring it in.)

    Th 9/21 Writing a one paragraph answer with evidence. Assignment: Write to answer the essential question: Is a person's homeland where they are born or where they are raised? The paragraph answer is due Monday, 9-26. 

    W 9/20 iReady lessons

    T 9/19 Test: "Bonne Annee"

    M 9/18 Go over "Analyzing the Text," p. 38 and review for the "Bonne Annee" test.

    M-F 9/11-15 No school Hurricane Irma

    F 9-8 No school - Hurricane preparation

    Th 9-7 Media center for orientation and book checkout. Textbooks issued with the red paper form.

    W 9-6 Complete "Critical Vocabulary," #1-5, and "Vocabulary Strategy: Using a Glossary," #1-4, on page 39. Write to answer the following: Is a person's homeland where they were born or where they were reaised? Provide evidence to support your central idea.

    T 9-5 23 Helping Verbs memorized quiz. Finish "Analyzing the Text, " page 38, #1-7. 

    M 9-4 Labor Day no school 

    F 9-1 Quiz - Spelling and vocabulary for "Bonne Annee." Finished "Bonne Annee" notes.

    Th 8-31 Br. Verbs Drill 1 part 1. "Bonne Annee" notes. HW - Study for the spelling and vocabulary quiz.

    W 8-30 Early Release - Continue working on Analyzing the Text, page 38. Completed vocabulary chart in due today. Remember, spelling and vocabulary quiz on these words is on Friday. 23 Helping Verbs must be memorized by this coming Tuesday, 9-5.

    T 8-29 Oral reading on "Bonne Annee." Began the Analyzing the Text, on page 38.

    M 8-28 Began "Bonne Annee" p. 31-36 in the textbook and did the first two columns of the vocabulary chart. The chart is to be completed and due on Wednesday. The spelling and vocabulary quiz on those words is this Friday, 9-1-17. Students did a first read of the essay on their own.

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    F 8-25 Finish Baseline Writing diagnotic

    Th 8-24 Began Baseline Writing diagnostic

    W 8-23 iReady reading diagnostic

    T 8-22 iReady reading diagnostic

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    Announcement:

    23 Helping Verbs Memorized by Sept. 5th

    Book Report 1 is due Sept. 29th