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Advanced Language Arts 6 Periods D & E Assignments

Instructor
Judy Olmos
Term
2019.20
Department
Language Arts

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6 ELA Week 2 Distance Learning

Here is the link to the assignments for Week 2 of Distance Learning:
 
 

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Here is the link to week one distance learning assignments:
 
 
Weekly assignments will be posted every Sunday at 3:00 PM and be due the following Sunday.  Students are welcome to turn in their assignments early.  This post is for students and parents, although students will be participating through their regular Google Classroom periods.

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Important Information:
 
We will begin Phase 2 of Distance Learning on April 20, 2020.  I will post weekly assignments here for students and parents, as well as on Google Classroom for students.  Students will use Google Classroom and Google Meet to participate in the lessons and complete the work.  
 
I encourage ALL students to meet with us in the "Q" Google Classroom on Monday, April 20, at 9:00.  Ms. Myers and I will explain our distance learning program in more detail at that time.
 
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
 
Mrs. Olmos

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Important Information:
                          Personal Narrative Essay Due:  Friday, February 7
 
Tuesday, February 4 - Friday, February 7
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Continue to proof read,edit and type the personal narrative.  The last day to 
     type and print in class is Friday, February 7.  If you are going to turn in your essay on 
     Monday, then you will have to type and print at home.
Homework:
2)  Narrative:  Continue to proof read and edit your personal narrative.  Have someone at 
     home help you proof read and edit.
 
Monday, February 3
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Write conclusion paragraph
2)  Narrative:  Peer Edit
Homework:
3)  Continue to proof read and  edit your personal narrative.  You can have someone at 
     home proof read it also.  We will begin typing the final copy in class tomorrow.
     

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Important Information:
                             Unit 5 Vocabulary Test:  Friday, January 31
 
Friday, January 31
In class:
1)  Unit 5 Vocabulary Test
2)  Read for AR
Homework:
3)  Narrative:  By Monday you should have the following parts completed on your rough
     draft:  Introduction, Beginning, Middle, and End paragraphs.  Quite a bit of class time
     was given to complete this assignment, so you should not really have narrative 
    homework this weekend.
4)  Enjoy your weekend!
 
Thursday, January 30
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Credit given for rough draft introduction and beginning paragraphs
2)  Narrative:  Add  middle and end paragraphs to your narrative rough drafts
Homework:
3)  Unit 5 Vocabulary Puzzle:  Due tomorrow
4)  Unit 5 Vocabulary Test is tomorrow   STUDY!
5)  Narrative:  Continue to work on your rough draft middle and end paragraphs
     Due:  Monday
 
Wednesday, January 29
In class:
1)  Read and discuss the short story (personal narrative) "Eleven".
2)  Answer comprehension questions 1,2, and 3.  Use the CEE method.  This method 
     requires 3 sentences for each answer.
Homework:
3)  Work on "Eleven" comprehension questions 1,2, and 3.  Use the CEE method.  This
     method requires 3 sentences for each answer.  Students had about 15 minutes to work
    on this assignment in class.  Due:  Friday.
4)  Study for Unit 5 Vocabulary test.
 
Tuesday, January 28
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Credit given to students who finished their External - Internal Arc
2) Narrative:  Discussed "how to write a personal narrative introduction".
3) Narrative:  Started writing rough draft: Introduction and beginning paragraph
Homework:
4) Narrative:  Work on introduction and beginning paragraph.  Time in class was given
     to work on this assignment.  Due:  Thursday
 
Monday, January 27
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Reviewed "How to Write a Powerful Personal Narrative"
2)  Narrative:  Added another sample narrative and an example External-Internal Arc
3)  Narrative:  Begin working on your own personal narrative External-Internal Arc
Homeork:
4)  Narrative:  Complete your own personal narrative External-Internal Arc - due tomorrow

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Important Information:
                          Unit 5 Vocabulary Test - Friday, January 31
 
Friday, January 24
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Check matrix (beginning and middle)
2)  Narrative:  Finish matrix (end)
3)  Narrative:  Review and discuss narrative check list
Homework:
4) Study Unit 5 vocabulary
5)  Read for AR
 
Thursday, January 23
In class:
1)  Narrative:  Annotate sample sixth grade personal narratives
2)  Narrative:  Introduce and discuss sample matrix
Homework:
3)  Narrative:  Complete the beginning and middle section of the matrix
4)  Narrative:  Continue to add to your narrative list
 
Wednesday, January 22
In class:
1)  Narrative - check information list
2)  Narrative - Sample 6th grade narratives
3)  Sixth Grade Science Camp - Handout and discuss packet
Homework
4)  Narrative - Read the sample 6th grade narratives.  Be ready to discuss them in class tomorrow.
5)  Narrative - Continue to add to your narrative event list
6)  6th Grade Camp - Review the camp packet with your parents.
 
Tuesday, January 21
In class:
1)  Narrative -  Check and give points for prewriting packet (composition book and writing 
   folder.
2)  Narrative - Flashdraft #2 (quickwrite)
3)  Narrative - Choose your narrative topic.
Homework
3)  Narrative - Create an information list.  Write ALL the information you can think of as you
     think about your topic.  This can be notes in bullet point form. It doesn't have to be in time 
     order.  The more information you can add to your list, the easier it will be when you begin to 
     write the rough draft.
 
Monday, January 20 - No School -MLK Holiday
 
 

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Important Information:
                                    Tuesday, January 14 is a minimum day.  Dismal is at 11:30
                                     Unit 5 Vocabulary Test:  Friday, January 31  (Date change)
                                     NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY, JANUARY 21.  MLK HOLIDAY
 
Friday, January 17
In class:
1) Turn in The Giver project and return The Giver books to the library.
2)  Review narrative writing strategies as we go over the excerpt from Ai's notebook.
Homework:
3) Study Unit 5 vocabulary
4) Read for AR
5)  Have a fun, safe 3-day weekend!
 
Thursday, January 16
In class:
1)  Finish Flashdraft #1 (also known as a Quickwrite)
2)  Annotate the excerpt from Ai's notebook. (Highlight descriptive words, rectangle around 
     figurative language and underline dialogue)
Homework:
3)  The Giver project due at the beginning of the period tomorrow.
4)  Study Unit 5 Vocabulary
 
Wednesday, January 15
In class:
1) Personal Narrative:  Review small moments
2) Personal Narrative:  Read an excerpt from Ai's notebook.  Discussed her writing strategies.
3)  Personal Narrative:  In your composition book, Flashdraft #1
Homework:
4) At this point students should be putting the finishing touches on their The Giver project. 4 class
    periods to work on this project.  Due:  Friday, January 17.
5) Study for the Unit 5 Vocabulary test.
 
Tuesday, January 14 - Minimum Day
In class:
1)  Work on The Giver project 
Homework:
2)  Study for Unit 5 Vocabulary Test
3)  Continue to work on The Giver project - Due Friday, January 17
4)  Read for AR
 
Monday, January 13
In class:
1)  Finish correcting Unit 5 Vocabulary Activity Worksheet
2)  Introduce Narrative Essay - List 6 events you can write about
Homework
3)  Continue to work on The Giver project - Due Friday, January 17
4)  Read for AR 

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                                             HAPPY NEW YEAR!  WELCOME BACK!
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
                         This is the first week of the new semester.  It is a new beginning for grades
                          and assignments.
                         
                         Just a reminder...AR is 10% of a student's grade and does make a difference
                          in the overall language arts grade when the AR goal is met, or if it is not
                          it is not met.
 
                          We will be begin writing our Narrative essay next week, so we will be using 
                          our 3-prong folders and composition books.
 
Friday, January 10
In class:  
1)  Correct and record grades for Unit 5 Vocabulary cards and activity worksheet.
2)  Use the remainder of the period to work on The Giver project.
Homework:
4) Work on The Giver project.  Due:  Friday, January 17
5)  Read for AR 
 
Thursday, January 9
In class:
1)  This whole class period was given to students to work on The Giver project.  This is the last
      day of class time to work on this project.  You may have a few minutes at the end of the periods
      next week, but the majority now has to be done for homework. 
Homework:
2)  Unit 5 Vocabulary cards and activity worksheet will be corrected tomorrow.
 
Wednesday, January 8
In class:
1)  Unit 5 Vocabulary activity worksheet introduced.
2)  Today's class period was given to work on the Unit 5 vocabulary worksheet.
3)  Work on The Giver project.
Homework:
4)  Unit 5 Vocabulary cards due tomorrow
5)  Unit 5 Vocabulary activity worksheet due Friday.
6)  Continue to work on The Giver project.  Due:  Friday, January 17
 
Tuesday January 7
In class:
1)  Introduce The Giver project.  Follow the directions on the handout I gave in class.  I have also 
     attached the directions and slides in Google Classroom for your reference.
2)  Work on The Giver project
Homework:
3)  Unit 5 Vocabulary cards due Thursday.
4)  Continue to work on The Giver project.  Due:  Friday, January 17 (This is a date change)
 
Monday, January 6
In class:
1)  Introduce Unit 5 Vocabulary Words
2)  Worked on Unit 5 Vocabulary cards
Homework:
3)  Read for AR.  New AR goals have been assigned.
4)  Work on Unit 5 Vocabulary cards.  Due Thursday.
 
                             

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Important Information:
                         We are beginning a Narrative Writing Unit.  If you have a 
                         composition book and 3-Prong folder (plastic works the best),  
                         please bring it by Tuesday.  I have extra if you do not have these two
                         items.
 
Friday, October 18
In class:
1) Finish correcting Unit 3 Vocabulary worksheet
2) Finish Close Reader pages 13 - 16
Homework:
3)  Read for AR
 
Thursday, October 17
In class:
1) Correct Unit 3 Vocabulary worksheet
2)  Close Reader pages 13 - 16 (this is an in class assignment) 
Homework:
3)  Read for AR
 
Wednesday, October 16
In class:
1)  Share your "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" project
2)  Check Unit 3 vocabulary cards - game
3)  Discuss Personal Narrative
Homework:
4)  Unit 3 Vocabulary activity worksheet due tomorrow.
 
Tuesday, October 15
In class:
1)  Work day.  Work on the following assignments:  Project, Unit 3 vocabulary cards, or Vocabulary worksheet. 
Homework:
2)  "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" project due tomorrow
3)  Unit 3 Vocabulary cards due tomorrow
 
Monday, October 14
In class:
1)  Collect Close Reader
2)  Set new AR goals
3)  Introduce Unit 3 Vocabulary list and activity worksheet. Use today's class period to work 
     on the vocabulary assignments.
Homework:
4)  Unit 3 Vocabulary cards Due:  Wednesday, October 16
5)  Unit 3 Vocabulary activity worksheet Due:  Thursday, October 17

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Important information:
                              AR Goals Due:  Wednesday, October 9
                              Grammar and "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" Quizzes:  Thursday, October 10
                              Core Reward Day:  Friday, October 11
                              End of Quarter:  Friday, October 11
 
Tuesday, October 8
In class:
1)  Work on "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" review. The class period is given to work on this 
     assignment. 
2)  Continue to work on "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" organizer 
Homework:
3)  Read for AR if you have not met your point goal.  AR goals due tomorrow
4)  "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" review and organizer due Thursday
 
Monday, October 7
In class:
1)  Turn in "Fears and Phobias" summary
2)  Correct grammar pages 9,10 and 11,12
3)  Work on grammar pages 13,14 and 15,16
4)  Read poem "Life Doesn't Frighten Me" and work on organizer
Homework:
5) Grammar pages 13,14 and 15,16 due Wednesday
6)  Close Reader pages 9-12 due tomorrow (most, if not all of this should have been done in 
     class Friday and today.

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Important Information:
                            Unit 2 Vocabulary Test:  Wednesday, October 2
                            "Fears and Phobias" Summary due:  Friday, October 4
                             AR Goals due:  Wednesday, October 9 (AR is worth 10% of your grade)
 
Friday, October 4
In class:
1)  Close Reader:  Read pages 9 - 12
2)  Close Reader:  Begin to complete ALL activities on pages 9 - 12.  Use complete sentences and        cite evidence where directed.  Define the vocabulary words in the margins.  Use the CEE 
      method in the Short Response on page 12.    Due Tuesday.
Homework:
3)  Read for AR - Goals are due Wednesday
 
Thursday, October 3
In class:
1)  Grammar:  Pronouns worksheet pages 11 and 12
2)  Continue to work on Summary
Homework:
3)  Summary is due tomorrow
4)  Read for AR
 
Wednesday, October 2
In class:
1)  Collect Unit 2 Vocabulary puzzle
2)  Unit 2 Vocabulary Test
3)  Work on "Fears and Phobias" summary or read for AR
Homework:
4)  Begin editing your "Fears and Phobias" summary.  Summary is due Friday
5)  Read for AR
 
Tuesday, October 1
In class
1)  Grammar:  Pronoun pages 9 and 10 
2)  Continue to work on "Fears and Phobias" summary
Homework:
3)  Grammar:  Pronoun worksheet pages 9 and 10 due Thursday
4)  Study for Unit 2 Vocabulary test.
 
Monday, September 30
In class:
1)  Unit 2 Vocabulary puzzle
2)  Continue to work on "Fears and Phobias" summary
Homework:
3)  Unit 2 Vocabulary puzzle due Wednesday
4)  Study for Unit 2 Vocabulary test

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Important Information:
                                        "Fine?" Quiz:  Thursday, September 26
                                        Unit 2 Vocabulary Test:  Wed., October 2
 
Wednesday, September 25
In class:
1)  Pass back papers
2)  Review for "Fine?" quiz
3)  Work on "Fears and Phobias" note taking organizer
Homework:
4)  Review for "Fine?" quiz.  Quiz is tomorrow
 
Tuesday, September 24
In class:
1)  Correct Grammar:  Nouns worksheet pages 7 and 8.  Keep this worksheet in your 
     language arts folder.  It will be part of a nouns packet you will turn in at the end of this
     grammar unit.
2)  Begin reading and completing the notes organizer for "Fears and Phobias" in the 
     Collections book (pages 41-46).
Homework:
3)  Study Unit 2 vocabulary words and worksheet
4)  Read for AR
 
Monday, September 23
In class:
1)  Collect "Fine?" literature questions, Pg. 34 (1,2,3)
2)  Correct and record Unit 2 Vocabulary Activity WS
3)  Grammar WS:  Nouns Pg. 7 and 8
Homework:
4)  Finish grammar WS, Nouns, pg 7 and 8

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Friday, September 20
In class:
1) Check Unit two Vocabulary word cards
2)  Vocabulary game
3)  Collections:  "Fine?" Pg. 34 questions 1,2,3.  These were started yesterday in class and 
     was enough time to finish in class today.
Homeork:
3)  Collections:  "Fine?" Pg. 34 questions 1,2,3 are due on Monday.  Use CEE method.
4)  Unit 2 Vocabulary activity worksheet due on Monday.Both of these assignments should 
      be complete as a lot of class time was give to work this week.
 
 Tuesday, September 17
In class:
1)  Introduce Unit 2 vocabulary words
Friday, September 20
In class:
1) Check Unit two Vocabulary word cards
2)  Vocabulary game
3)  Collections:  "Fine?" Pg. 34 questions 1,2,3.  These were started yesterday in class and 
     was enough time to finish in class today.
Homeork:
3)  Collections:  "Fine?" Pg. 34 questions 1,2,3 are due on Monday.  Use CEE method.
4)  Unit 2 Vocabulary activity worksheet due on Monday.Both of these assignments should 
      be complete as a lot of class time was give to work this week.
 
2)  Work on Unit 2 vocabulary cards and / or activity worksheet
Homework:
3)  "Fine?" Graphic Organizer - First page only due tomorrow
4)  Unit 2 Vocabulary Cards due Thursday
5)  Unit 2 vocabulary activity worksheet due Monday.
 
Monday, September 16
In class:
1)  Passed back papers
2)  Collections:  Finished Reading "Fine?" Pgs. 25 - 32
3)  Begin "Fine?" Graphic Organizer - First page only - Not the plot chart.
Homework:
4)  Work on "Fine?" Graphic Organizer - First page only.  Due Wednesday

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Important Information:
                            Unit 1 Vocabulary Test:  Tuesday, September 10
                            "The Ravine" Quiz:  Friday, September 13
                            Grammar Quiz:  Friday, September 13
 
Friday, September 13
In class:
1)  Grammar and "The Ravine" Quiz
2)  AR read
Homework:
3)  Read for AR.  You should have met 1/2 your point goal by now.
4)  Have a fun, safe weekend!
 
Thursday, September 12
In class:
1)  Collections:  Read "Fine?" pages 17-25
2)  AR reading
Homework
3)  "The Ravine" and Grammar quiz tomorrow.  STUDY!                        
 
Wednesday, September 11
In class:
1)  Reviewed for grammar quiz.  The grammar quiz is 10 multiple choice questions.  Review 
     your notes and the "The Sentence" slides available to you in Classroom.
2)  Finished and collected "The Conflict Chart"
Homework:
3)  Review for "The Ravine" Quiz.  A study guide was given in class.  The quiz is 10 multiple 
     choice questions.
4)  Review for the grammar quiz.  Additional study notes were given in class today.
 
Tuesday, September 10
In class:
1)  Collect Unit 1 Vocabulary puzzle
2)  Unit 1 Vocabulary Test
3)  Read for AR
Homework:
4)  Characteristics / Conflict Chart will be collected tomorrow.  A class period was given on
     Friday and some time was given yesterday to work on this assignment.  
5)  Review for "The Ravine" quiz
 
Monday, September 9
In class:
1)  Unit 1 vocabulary puzzle - Due tomorrow - A class period was given to complete this 
     assignment.
Homework:
2)  Finish Unit 1 vocabulary puzzle if you did not finish in class
3)  Unit 1 Vocabulary Test tomorrow - STUDY!

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Important Information:
                           Unit 1 Vocabulary Test:  Tuesday, September 10
                           Grammar Quiz:  Friday, September 13
 
Friday, September 5
1)  Introduce types of conflict
2)  Work on Types of Conflict and Character Traits worksheet.  This is not homework.  You will have
     time on Monday to work on this assignment.  Due Tuesday.
Homework:
3)  Study for the Unit 1 Vocabulary Test.   
 
Thursday, September 5
In class:
1)  Correct Grammar worksheet 15 and 16
2)  Work on "The Ravine" questions Pg. 14 (1-5)
Homework:
3)  Finish "The Ravine" Literature questions.  Pg. 14 (1-5) due tomorrow
 
Wednesday, September 4
In class:
1)  Review vocabulary test format
2)  Review CEE method.  A handout was given.  This should be kept in your language arts section 
     of your binder or folder.  You will refer to this handout any time you answer literature questions.
3)  Continue reading "The Ravine" pages 3-12
Homework:
4) Grammar worksheets pages 15 and 16 due tomorrow
5)  Collections:  "The Ravine" Page 14 (1-3) due tomorrow  Note:  this is a change from 
      yesterday's assignment.  Questions 1-5 will be due on Friday.
 
Tuesday, September 3
In class:
1)  Finish correcting subject / predicate worksheets pages 3-6
2)  Review Close Reader pages 4-8 (#4-6) and Short Response
3)  Grammar WS pages 15 and 16
4)  Begin Reading from Collections "The Ravine"
Homework:
5)  Grammar worksheets 15 and 16 Due Thursday
6)  Literature Questions from "The Ravine" pg. 14 (1-5) Due Thursday
              Use CEE method.  Claim, Evidence, Explanation
 
Monday, September 2 - Labor Day Holiday - No School
 
                     

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Important Information:
                              Unit 1 Vocabulary Test:  Tuesday, September 10
                              Friday, August 30 is a minimum day.  11:30 dismissal
                              The "Sentences" slides are posted in Google Classroom.  
 
 
Friday, August 30
In class:
1) Returned papers
2)  Close Reader:  Added page 8, short response using CEE method. 
Homework:
3)  Close Reader:  Pages 3-8, Activities 1-6 and Short Response due Tuesday.  Time was 
      in class.  There should be little, if any homework this weekend. 
4)  Subject / Predicate worksheets, pages 3-6:  Have them with you for review on Tuesday.
 
Thursday, August 29
In class:
1)  Collect Challenge words context sentences
2)  Review grammar:  Predicates
3)  Correct Close Reader pages 3-8 Activities 1,2, and 3
Homework:
4)  Grammar worksheets:  Subjects / Predicates Pages 3-6 due tomorrow
5)  Close Reader pages 3-6 Activities 4,5 and 6 due Tuesday.  Activity 6 - write an answer to the 
      small group question.  Due Tuesday.
 
Wednesday, August 28
In class:
1)  Handed out Close Readers
2)  Close Reader:  Read "...from The Jumping Tree"
3)  Close Reader:  Page 3 Activity 1.  Activity 1 was done in class.
Homework:
4)  Challenge words context sentences due tomorrow.
5)  Close Reader Pages 3 and 4, Activity 1,2,and 3 due tomorrow.  Be sure to follow ALL        
      directions in each activity.  Don't forget to define any vocabulary words listed in the 
      margins.
6)  Grammar worksheets 3 - 6 due Friday
 
Tuesday, August 27
In class:
1)  Reviewed subjects and predicates in sentences
2)  Corrected Unit 1 Vocabulary worksheet
Homework:
3)  Context sentences using the 5 challenge words due Thursday
                      One word for each sentence (total of 5 sentences)
                      Sentences must be 10 or more words long
                      Sentences must contain context 
4)  Subject / Predicate worksheets Pages 3 / 4 and pages 5 / 6 due Friday
 
Monday, August 26
In class:
1)  Introduced challenge 5 challenge words
2)  Check Unit 1 vocabulary cards
Homework:
3)  Unit 1 Vocabulary worksheet due tomorrow
4)  Context sentences for 5 challenge words due Thursday.
                      Sentences must be at least 10 words long.
                      Sentences must contain context.

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Important Information:
                    Library Orientation:  Thursday, August 22.  Make sure to bring your ID card.
                    Unit 1 Vocabulary Test:  Tuesday, September 10
 
Friday, August 23
In class:
1)  Unit 1 Vocabulary worksheet - Due Tuesday
              Spelling counts
              Use pencil only on this assignment
Homework:
1)  Unit 1 Vocabulary cards - Due Monday
2)  Unit 2 Vocabulary worksheet - Due Tuesday
 
Thursday, August 22
In class:
1)  Visited the library for orientation and to check out AR books
Homework:
2)  Continue to study vocabulary words
3)  Read for AR
4)  Unit 1 Vocabulary cards due Monday, August 26
 
Wednesday, August 21
1) Guest teacher today.  Language arts teachers met to go over testing data
2)  Introduced Unit 1 Vocabulary 
3)  Work on Unit 1 Vocabulary cards - Due Monday, August 26
Homework:
4)  Begin studying Unit 1 Vocabulary words
5)  Unit 1 Vocabulary cards due Monday, August 26
6)  Bring your student ID for library orientation and to check our AR books tomorrow.
 
Tuesday, August 20
In class:
1)  New assigned seats today
2)  Explained procedure for completing Unit 1 Vocabulary cards 
3)  Class Charter - worked on Parts 1 and 2
Homework:
4) No written homework tonight
5) Bring your index cards for tomorrow's vocabulary assignment
6) Bring your student ID
 
Monday, August 19
In class:
1)  Finish Language Arts Benchmark and STAR test
2)  Set AR goals and record them in your AR log
Homework"
3)  No written homework tonight
4)  Bring index cards tomorrow.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
                   WELCOME TO SOUTH POINTE AND SIXTH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS!
                           Back to School Night:  Thursday, August 15,  5:30 - 8:00
                           Kleenex is a great donation item if you are looking to donate to our class.
 
Friday, August 16
In class:
1) Collect "Who Am I?"
2)  Continue to work on Language Arts Benchmark
Homework:
3)  Enjoy your weekend
 
Wednesday, Thursday, August 14 and 15
In class:
1)  STAR Test for AR levels
2)  Language Arts Benchmark #1 
Homework:
3)  "Who Am I?" due Friday
 
Tuesday, August 13
In class:
1)  Finished language arts class letter
2)  Started "Who Am I?" assignment - Due Friday
            Take your time and answer thoroughly because this assignment helps me to get to 
             know you.  It helps me to be a better teacher.
             BE SURE TO USE NEAT WRITING AND COMPLETE SENTENCES
             WHEN ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS.
Homework:
3)  Continue to work on the "Who Am I?" assignment.  Use neat writing and complete sentences.
      Due Friday.
Monday, August 12
In class:
1) Welcome / Introductions
2)  Began going over Language Arts class letter
Homework:
3)  Review Language Arts class letter with your parents.