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TUESDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017


SOCIAL STUDIES:
Read* p.384-387; SG Timeline; Finish ISN if you have not done so.
RESEARCH PAPER: Work 15-20 minutes EACH NIGHT on your paper.
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: See above
GRAMMAR: p.  300: Exercise 4
PLEASE BRING YOUR LAPTOP/TABLET, AS WE WILL BE WORKING ON RESEARCH PAPERS EVERYDAY. 🙂

MONDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Monday, May 8th, 2017

 Why does it cut off the d, t, and y? 🙁

SOCIAL STUDIES: Read* p.380-383; SG Questions
RESEARCH PAPER: BRING PRINT OUT OF FIRST DRAFT TOMORROW
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 2
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING:
GRAMMAR: p.  296: Review B

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

FRIDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Friday, May 5th, 2017

SOCIAL STUDIES: Read* p. 375-399; SG Terms
RESEARCH PAPER: First draft due Tuesday. Bring printed copy with you.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 1
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: Research project
GRAMMAR: p.  293: Review A

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

THURSDAY NIGHT UPDATE

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

Please bring your laptop with you, as we will be spending some class time working on research papers. 🙂

WEDNESDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

SOCIAL STUDIES: STUDY
RESEARCH PAPER: Improve your outline; write first draft. DUE MAY 9.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 4
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING:
GRAMMAR: p. 292: Exercise 1

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

TUESDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

SOCIAL STUDIES: Read* p.298-299; SG Timeline
RESEARCH PAPER: Begin your first draft. It is due May 9.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 3
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING:
GRAMMAR: p. 286 : B

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

MONDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Monday, May 1st, 2017

 Monday again? But I am still sleepy…

SOCIAL STUDIES: Read* p.294-297; SG Questions
RESEARCH PAPER: Formal Outline due TOMORROW with rubric.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 2
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: FCP BOOK due TOMORROW with rubric.
GRAMMAR: p. 283: Review E

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

FRIDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Friday, April 28th, 2017

 It is the WEEKEND! Enjoy!

SOCIAL STUDIES: Read* p.289-293; SG: Terms
RESEARCH PAPER: Formal Outline due TUESDAY, 5/2
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 1
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: FCP Book due Tuesday, May 2
GRAMMAR: p. 264 : 1-25 ODD

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017


SOCIAL STUDIES: STUDY
RESEARCH PAPER: I REALLY will check fact cards tomorrow.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 4
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: FCP book (Bring supplies tomorrow.)
GRAMMAR

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.

TUESDAY NIGHT HOMEWORK

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

 I do not like standardized tests; do you?

SOCIAL STUDIES: SG Timeline
RESEARCH PAPER: 50 FACT CARDS due TOMORROW.
SPELLING/VOCABULARY: Column 3
READING:
LITERATURE:
WRITING: FCP BOOK DUE MAY 2
GRAMMAR:

* Reading a textbook is quite different from the way a novel is read. Be sure you can answer any question and explain any specialized vocabulary in the study guide or book without looking back. When you can do that, you have read it enough for today. If you cannot do that, read it again. The number of times you will need to re-read content material will vary, depending upon the subject and difficulty of the text, as well as your previous knowledge of the material, but I would recommend a minimum of three times.