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Week 4.8 - May 24-28

1st Period: 7th Grade Civics

Monday: Jeopardy in Teams

Tuesday: Jeopardy in Teams

Wednesday: Sortify U.S. Citizenship game in Teams

Thursday - Friday: Students, Engage iCivics Lesson - Students will work together to identify and find solutions for local issues

3rd Period: 6/7th Grade Advanced Reading

Monday: Silent Reading // New Vocab: “Choosing a Career” - begin filling out vocab cards // Finish watching The Muppets (from last week)

Tuesday: Silent Reading // Looking to the Future: Peer Interview (worksheet) - students will interview a partner about what kinds of jobs interest them

Wednesday: Silent Reading // Choosing a Career Read and Respond worksheet

Thursday: Vocab Test: “Choosing a Career”// Silent Reading // Mad Libs!

Friday: Jeopardy in teams

4th Period: 8th Grade Reading

Monday: Silent Reading // New Vocab: “Choosing a Career” - begin filling out vocab cards

Tuesday: Silent Reading // Looking to the Future: Peer Interview (worksheet) - students will interview a partner about what kinds of jobs interest them

Wednesday: Silent Reading // Choosing a Career Read and Respond worksheet

Thursday: Vocab Test: “Choosing a Career”// Silent Reading // Mad Libs!

Friday: Jeopardy in teams

5th Period: Creative Writing

Monday: Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio

Tuesday: Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio

Thursday: Develop 2 stories for the Creative Writing Portfolio

Friday: Creative Writing Portfolio DUE - all 4 submissions to the CW Portfolio must be edited, polished, typed and submitted by the end of the period!



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