Monday, January 3rd 2017

Monday, January 3rd 2017

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH 2017 WHAT ARE WE DOING TODAY? Bellwork: SILENTLY complete activity Homework Checked: None Classwork: Grammar 24 Quiz: Comparative and Superlative Adjectives New York Times Picture Maniac Magee ch. 44-46

Homework: READ. Finish anything you didnt complete in class. Get progress report signed BELLWORK Finish this sentence and continue writing about it. Make sure it is at least one paragraph (five sentences).

My favorite sport is After you have finished writing, study for your grammar quiz! Make sure to put the date beside your response and keep all bellwork responses for the week on the same page.

They will be due the first day of the following week. Be sure to stay organized and keep up! CLEAR YOUR DESKS Remove everything that is not a pencil from your desk. GRAMMAR QUIZ 24: COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE

ADJECTIVES Try your best! You can do it! Once you are done, flip it over and read an AR book silently. NEW YORK TIMES *Ramadan: the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting

is observed from sunrise to sunset Whats happening: After grueling traffic at the Qalandia checkpoint, a young man enjoyed a cigarette in his car as traffic finally cleared on the last evening of Ramadan*. He was taking home a sheep for the Eid celebration. West Bank. Write about how you react to this picture now that you know what is going on. MANIAC MAGEE: CHAPTERS 4446

After reading chapter 44, answer this question on a separate sheet of paper: Were you surprised to learn that the other early morning runner was Mars Bar? Why or why not? Why did Maniac walk away from Russell and Piper when Russell was caught in the trestle? After reading chapter 45, answer this question on the

same sheet of paper: Summarize Mars Bars story of how Russell and Piper reacted to him saving Russell. After reading chapter 46, answer this question on the same sheet of paper: Why did Amanda say, Youre more trouble outside the house than in it when she went to get Maniac? Cite text-based evidence for your answer.

Maniac finally had a home at the end of the story. Do you think he will stay there? Why or why not? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. D.E.A.R. TIME Drop read! everything and HOMEWORK READ YOUR AR BOOKS!!!!!

Finish what you didnt finish in class Get progress report signed ANNOUNCEMENTS 3/9 Maniac Magee Final Test (9wks test grade) 3/6-10 Case 21 exams 3/12 Daylight Savings (spring forward) 3/13-3/17 Spring Break! 1. PACK UP

(AND PUT YOUR BACKPACK IN YOUR SEAT) 2. CLEAN UP (CHECK FOR ASSIGNMENTS, C BLOCK) 3. LINE UP (IF EVERYTHING IS NOT CLEAN AND QUIET, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO LEAVE MY ROOM)

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