Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Excellence in ELA - Richie L. and Sarah B.
Excellence in AVID - Fahira M. and Bonke R.
Most Improved in ELA - Tre'Zure J. and Kapri D.
Most Improved in AVID - John R. and Beatriz R.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
All responses must be submitted by Friday, June 17th, at midnight.
Friday, June 10, 2011
Literature Circle Book Mobile
Each student will choose important elements of fiction found in the book to
bring them to life through the use of words and pictures. The student will include
characters, setting, plot, conflict, and theme in a creative mobile that will teach
the viewer about the assigned Literature Circle book.
Cartoon Version for Younger Readers
Each student will analyze the important elements of literature found in their
literature circle book and use this information to create a cartoon version of their
book appropriate for younger readers. The cartoon version must be creative
and keep the essential elements of the story including the main characters,
setting, plot, conflict and theme.
Main Character’s Scrapbook or Electronic Scrapbook
Each student will create a paper or electronic scrapbook that could belong to
the main character. The scrapbook will be comprised of both words and pictures
and reflect the other characters in the story, the setting, plot, conflict, and
theme of the assigned Literature Circle book.
All assignments must be in blue or black ink or can be typed.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Use specific details from your five senses chart to describe your perfect summer. Be sure to include details covering all five senses. As usual, your response should be in a complete paragraph with a clear topic sentence, supporting details, and a concluding sentence.
Monday, June 6, 2011
- June 8th- 1/2 day
- June 10th - distribution of Summer Reading Assignment
- June 17th - 7th grade Awards Assembly in the large cafeteria at 9 AM
- June 20th - last full day of classes
- June 21st, 22nd, and 23rd - 1/2 days
- June 23rd - last day of classes