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Week 4.7 - May 17-21


1st Period: 7th Grade Civics

Monday: Review for Civics EOC

Tuesday: Review for Civics EOC

Wednesday: Civics EOC - Good Luck!

Thursday: Movie Day - Thank you for your hard work!

Friday: Movie Day - Thank you for your hard work!

3rd Period: 6/7th Grade Advanced Reading

Monday: Silent Reading // New Vocab: Goal Setting - begin filling out vocab cards

Tuesday: Silent Reading // Begin reading “Storm” (packet) and answering the questions within the margins

Wednesday: Silent Reading // Continue reading “Storm” (packet) and answering the questions within the margins

Thursday: Silent Reading // Vocabulary and Comprehension WS for “Storm” (handout)

Friday: Vocab Test // Silent Reading // Mad Libs!

4th Period: 8th Grade Reading

Monday: Silent Reading // New Vocab: Goal Setting - begin filling out vocab cards

Tuesday: Silent Reading // Read “Paul Revere’s Ride” pg. 537-541

Wednesday: Silent Reading // Complete Making Meanings # 1 - 5 pg. 542

Thursday: Silent Reading // Creative Writing #4 pg. 543 - working in groups, students will create a newspaper for April 19th, 1775!

Friday: Vocab Test // Silent Reading // Mad Libs!

5th Period: Creative Writing

Monday: Quick-write in journals: Rewrite a major event in American History to alter the outcome // Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio

Tuesday: Quick-write in journals: Set your story at a convention for a hobby most people have never heard of //Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio // Storyboard Presentations

Thursday: Quick-write in journals: Write about an unusual pet //Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio // Storyboard Presentations

Friday: Free-Write Friday


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