ELA: Read When Marian Sang (p.366) and answer the questions at the end of the story in your blue journals. Finish your "Everything depends on . . ." poem begun in class
Memorize Poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" -- (featured in The Outsiders) Also See handout -- questions to make you think -- pick a question to write about -- 2 paragraphs -- what happens next (EX.: Does Pony Boy go to College? -- Write 2 paragraphs about what happens next.) SOCIAL STUDIES HOMEWORK: Handout begun in class today -- Please complete for Homework -- open book/notebook assessment.
COMPLETE QUESTIONS STARTED IN CLASS -- SEE HANDOUT (FILE BELOW)
COMPLETE POEM ANALYSIS -- See GRAPHIC ORGANIZER FILE
ELA VACATION READ: Read the book
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton over vacation and complete the questions on the yellow handout (see file below). Please NOTE: TS = text support (evidence from the text). GS = general statements. Be prepared to discuss the novel when you return. (book is less than 200 pages -- all students received a copy in class today.)
ELA --Finish reading the Giver. Come to class Monday ready to share your thoughts on the ending.
SOCIAL STUDIES: Final essay due. Please use handout to write your final draft. Prompt and essay template files attached. --
ATTENTION Guardians/Parents: If you did not get a chance to see the Utopia projects and would like to, they will be on display on the second floor Monday, February 12, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
ELA -- Read chapters 21 & 22 in the Giver. If you have not completed the "conflict" questions, please finish them for homework.
ATTENTION GUARDIANS/PARENTS: If you did not get a chance to see the Utopia projects and would like to, they will be on display on the second floor Monday afternoon from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.