Mr. Mulgrew's Weekly Schedules*
For planning purposes, these assignments are usually etched in stone.
* Last minute changes and resource modifications may not be posted.

The full schedule is usually posted by Monday night.

Week starting 9/6/11Below

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1 Weekly Schedule

First Day Policies and Procedures

  Work on your survey.

COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!

 
2 Survey Quality Check
Summer Reading Project Collection, Questions, and Models.

Title Changes

  Complete your survey.

COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!

 
3 Survey Due Date.

English Gr. 8 Pretest

 

COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!

 
4 (Only F block this week)      
Team Time Team Building Activity- People Search (Weather permitting)      

 

Week starting 9/12/11 Below

1 Weekly Schedule

September Literary Terms, Elements of Fiction Notes, The Plot Outline Diagram.

  COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!

Study the September Literary Terms, Elements of Fiction Notes

 
2 September Literary Terms, Elements of Fiction Explanation, The Plot Outline Diagram.   COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!  
3 September Literary Terms, Elements of Fiction Application; Scooby-Doo Anchor Activity

 

  COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!  
4 September Literary Terms Review Game   COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER READING!  

Team Time

September Literary Terms Test

 

 

 

   

 

Week Starting 9/19/11 Below

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Weekly Schedule

Library Introduction

Day One Reading Conferences

Introduce "The Big Six" Posters: Alliteration, Hyperbole, Simile, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, and Personification

  Work on the  "The Big Six" Posters:

Read your new novel.

Read the first half of your novel this week.  Be sure to pick a novel that is as ADVANCED as you are.
2 Construct "The Big Six" Posters: Alliteration, Hyperbole, Simile, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, and Personification   Complete the  "The Big Six" Posters:

Read your new novel.

 
3 Evaluate "The Big Six" Posters: Alliteration, Hyperbole, Simile, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, and Personification.   Read your new novel.  
4 National Punctuation Day: A Visit from Colon Man and Dash Incredible.   Read your new novel.  No homework if your novel is more than 1/4 completed.  
Team Time Start Drama Notes, Theater Terms      

 

Week Starting 9/26/11Below  Please note that 9/28 is a half-day.

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1 Drama Notes, Theater Terms   Read your novel. Complete reading your first novel this week.
2 Theater Model Construction   Read your novel.  
3 Theater Model Construction   Read your novel.  
4 Theater Model Construction   Read your novel.  
Team Time Theater Model Construction    Read your novel.  No homework if your novel is more than 1/2 completed.  

 

Week Starting 10/3/11 Below  Please note that no English classes will meet for a fourth time this week because of a guidance seminar conducted in my class on Tuesday, October 4th.  There is also no school on Friday, October 7th due to a teacher in-service training.  Blocks A will meet three times and blocks B, F and D will meet twice.

Progress reports will be sent home this week.

***Summer Reading Discussion Groups October 5th.***

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1 Theater Model Construction   Read your novel. Complete the first half of your second novel this week. Be sure to pick a novel that is as ADVANCED as you are.
2 Theater Model Construction and Grading   Read your novel. Instead of utilizing 20 terms in the project, try 30 or more.  See what you can do.
3 Theater Model Construction and Grading  Block A only.   Read your novel.  
4     Read your novel.  
Team Time No team time this week due to a Friday teacher in-service training.  No School on Friday!   Read your novel.  No homework if your novel is more than 3/4 completed.  

 

Week Starting 10/10/11Below  No school Monday-Columbus Day

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1 Theater Model Construction and Grading   Read your novel. Complete reading your second novel this week.
2 Book Project Organization and Construction: The Plot Outline Diagram Revisited   Read your novel.  
3 Book Project Explanation, Directions, Project Checklist., and Models.   Read your novel.  
4 No classes will meet for a fourth block this week due to the Monday holiday   Read your novel.  
Team Time     Read your novel.  No homework if your novel is completed.  

 

Week Starting 10/17/11 Below

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1 Book Project Organization and Construction: The Plot Outline Diagram Revisited   Work on your Book Project Complete your book project early for extra credit.  No extra credit will be given for a "C" project.
2 Book Project Organization and Construction: 

Project Checklist. Revisited for Clarification

  Work on your Book Project  
3 Book Project Optional Due Date   Complete your Book Project  
4 Book Project Due Date

Presentations Start

     
Team Time Complete the Poetry Notes      

Week starting 10/24/11

Note: Students will have computer availability on Wednesday, Oct. 26th , blocks 2+4. Also Thursday, Oct. 27, blocks 1+4.

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1 Book Presentations   Study the Poetry Terms  
2 Book Presentations   Study the Poetry Terms  
3 Introduction to Poetry Out Loud

Students will have computer availability on Wednesday, Oct. 26th , blocks B+A-- 2+4. Also Thursday, Oct. 27, blocks D+F--1+4.

Computer Lab Continue to browse the Poetry Out Loud website. 

Study the Poetry Terms

Pick a poem that is longer or more advanced in meaning
4 Finalize Poem Selection from Poetry Out Loud Computer Lab Practice your poem selected from Poetry Out Loud.

 

 
Team Time        

Week Starting 10/31/11 Below

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1 Poetry Out Loud   Practice your poem selected from Poetry Out Loud. Create a biography of your selected poet from two or more online sources.  (Cite your web pages.)
2 Poetry Out Loud   Practice your poem selected from Poetry Out Loud.  
3 Poetry Out Loud Presentations Start   Practice your poem selected from Poetry Out Loud as needed.  
4 Poetry Out Loud Presentations Conclude

Twelve Angry Men Staging and Characterization.

Personal and Possessive Pronouns Practice

  No homework over the weekend.  
Team Time Poetry Terms Quiz      

Week Starting 11/7/11Below

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1 Twelve Angry Men, Act I.

Personal and Possessive Pronouns Practice

Free Script Study the Pronoun Handout.  
2 Twelve Angry Men, Act II. Free Script Study the Pronoun Handout.  
3 Twelve Angry Men, Act III.

Personal and Possessive Pronouns Practice

 
Free Script Study the Pronoun Handout.  
4 Only Block A should meet a fourth time this week due to Friday's holiday-Veterans Day

Block A-Plot Outline Diagram for 12 Angry Men

  Study the Pronoun Handout.  
Team Time No Team Time due to the holiday.      

Week Starting 11/14/11 Below.  Term one report cards are scheduled to go home this week

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1 Pronoun Practice

Personal and Possessive Pronoun Quiz; First Chance.

  Study the entire Pronoun Handout.  
2 Personal and Possessive Pronoun Quiz; Second Chance.

Noun and Pronoun Review Sheet 

  Study the entire Pronoun Handout.  
3 Personal and Possessive Pronoun Quiz; Third and Final Chance

Noun and Pronoun Review Sheet and Game.

  Study the entire Pronoun Handout.  
4 Noun and Pronoun Test      
Team Time        

 

Week Starting 11/21/11Below

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1 Library Introduction, Part I      
2 Library Introduction, Part II      
3 No classes will meet a third or fourth time due to the Thanksgiving recess.  No school on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday.   No homework over the Thanksgiving break.  
4        
Team Time        

Week Starting 11/28/11 Below

Writing Asn. #3 WRITING PROMPT
Respect. Singers sing about it. Some people inspire it. Think about someone you respect and admire. The person can be someone you know, or someone you have read or heard about. In a well-developed composition, describe the person you have selected. Explain in detail at least two reasons why you respect this person."
Source: MCAS Spring 2002 Grade Seven Long Composition Test. Retrieved 12-31-03 from http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/2002/release_na/g7ela.pdf

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1 Movers and Shakers Handout

Writing Folder Introduction

  Ask someone at home at least three of the questions from the handout.  Use another color to show their answers. Ask a Veteran at least three of the questions from the handout.  Use another color to show their answers.
2 Introduction to the Mulgrew Model

Writing Asn. #3.

  Create the graphic organizer from the thesis to the restated thesis.  
3 The Lead

Write the first of two plausible leads in class.

 

 

  Create a second plausible lead Create three possible leads.
4 Rough Drafting of Asn. #3.   No homework over the weekend if the rough draft is completed.  
Team Time Science BCAS Open Response      

 

Week Starting 12/5/11 Below

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1 The Lead Reminder

Editing Symbols

Peer Editing of Asn. #3

  Complete a Final Draft of Writing Asn. #3 Started in Class.  
2 Sharing of Writing Asn.#3.   Find a news article that depicts an argument with more than one side.  Be prepared to discuss all of the details in that article: In other words, read it.  
3 Monty Python's "Argument Clinic

Rules of Discourse

The Four Point Defense; Introduction to Persuasive Writing

  No homework.  
4 The Four Point Defense; Introduction to Persuasive Writing   No homework.  
Team Time Anarchist's Nightmare

Math Open Responses 1,2.

     

Week Starting 12/12/11Below

Grades Close for Midterm on Tuesday: All missing work must be made-up by 2:30PM!

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1 Anarchist's Nightmare Discussion

Create a graphic organizer for Writing Asn. #4 without a lead.

Anarchist's Nightmare Handout

Create a rough draft of Writing Asn. #4 without a lead and a lead reminder.  
2 Leads- Revisited with Revisions

Writing Asn. #4  Drafting of Leads

 

Completed rough draft of Asn. #4 Create two plausible leads for Asn. #4. Create three possible leads for Asn. #4.
3 Editing symbols, Revisited.

Using Transitions

 

  Create a Final Draft of Asn. #4.

 

Find an interesting news article or song lyrics that have many adjectives and adverbs.  Do not identify them as this will be the worksheets used after vacation.
4 Sharing of Writing Asn. #4.

 

  Study the Adjectives and Adverbs Notes.  
Team Time Remedial writing help will be available.      

Week Starting 12/19/11 Below  Note:  There is no school on Friday, December 23, 2011.

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1 Adjectives and Adverbs Notes

Adjectives and Adverbs Practice

  Study the Adjectives and Adverbs Notes.  
2 Adjectives and Adverbs Practice/ Review Game   Study the Adjectives and Adverbs Notes.  
3 Adjectives and Adverbs Review Game, Day Two   No homework over vacation  
4 Only Block A should meet a fourth time this week due to Friday's holiday break.      
Team Time No Team Time due to the holiday break      

Happy New Year  Week Starting 1/3/12  School opens on the Tuesday of that week.

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1 Welcome Back New Year's Resolution Activity and Goal Setting

 

  Study the Adjectives and Adverbs Notes.  
2 Adjective and Adverb Final Review   Study the Adjectives and Adverbs Notes.  
3 Adjective and Adverb Quiz   No homework over the weekend.  
         
Team Time Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.     Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.

Week Starting 1/9/12 Below

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1 Introduction to Short Stories

Introduce  The Semester Exam Review Sheet.

Semester Exam Review Sheet. Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
2 "Lamb to the Slaughter" By Roald Dahl   Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
3 "The Lottery" By Shirley Jackson   Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
4 I.S.Q.A. Writing Method for Open Response Questions

Open Response Question--Writing Asn #5.

  Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 1/16/11 Below

Semester Exams will take place on January 20, 23, and 24.  These will be half days.  Grade Eight tests will be on January 23 and 24.  Monday is a holiday: Martin Luther King Day.

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1 Evaluating the Open Response, Writing Asn. #5.

Helping Verbs, Interjections, Concrete Nouns, Abstract Nouns, and Conjunctions

  Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet. Memorize the helping verb list.
2  Semester Exam Review-"Ask Mr. Mulgrew" Handout Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
3 Semester Exam Review Game-SWAT!

 

Semester Exam Review Sheet.

Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
4 Semester Exam Review

Only F Block will have a fourth class due to the short, holiday week.

Semester Exam Review Sheet. Work on the Semester Exam Review Sheet.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 1/23/12 Below

Semester Exams will take place on January 20, 23, and 24.  These will be half days.  Grade Eight tests will be on January 23 and 24.  

January 23:
English
History

January 24:
Math
Science

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1 ISQA Corrections of the Semester Exams      
2  "The Tell-Tale Heart" By Edgar Allan Poe      
3 Only F Block will have a third class this week due to the semester exams,      
4        
Team Time        

Please refer to the Shades of Simon Gray Packet part of my website for directions and assignments lasting the three week period before February vacation.  Extra credit/Honor Task is to get at least one day ahead in your reading and ensure that your open response answers will be at the maximum allowable score of four out of four points.

Week Starting 2/13/12 Below:

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1 Chapters 9+10 Due   See Packet Be at least a day ahead in the written answers.
2 Chapters 11+12 Due   See Packet  
3 Chapters 13,14 Due   Study packet for the test.  
4 Shades of Simon Gray Exam   No homework over vacation.  
Team Time Mulan Project W/Social Studies      

   

 

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1 Conclude Shades of Simon Gray- ISQA Cover Page and Writing Folder Evaluations   No homework- Really!  
2 Comma Rules "The Least You Need to Know"   Study the Comma Rules "The Least You Need to Know" Handout.  
3 Comma Review Part II.   Study the Comma Rules "The Least You Need to Know" Handout.  
4 Comma Rules Review Gauntlet   Study the Comma Rules "The Least You Need to Know" Handout.  
Team Time     No homework over the weekend.  

Week starting 3/5 Listed below:

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1 Comma Rules Review Gauntlet 
Part II.
  Study the Comma Rules "The Least You Need to Know" Handout.

Ace 
the comma test.

2 Comma Test and Correction   No homework  
3 "Before the Cameras Rolled" Open Response Asn. #17. Handout Complete the essay started in class  
4 Evaluate "Before the Cameras Rolled" Open Response Asn. #17.   No homework over the weekend.  
Team Time International Luncheon      

Week Starting 3/12 Listed Below:
Thursday is a half day.

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1 Introduce Subjects and Predicates   Study the comma handouts for the retake on Friday-as needed.  

Study the Subject and Predicates Handout.

 
2 Subjects and Predicates Practice   Study the comma handouts for the retake on Friday-as needed.

Study the Subject and Predicates Handout.

 
3 Subjects and Predicates Cooperative Quiz- 
(Minimum score 80%)
  Study the comma handouts for the retake on Friday-as needed.  
4 Direct Objects and Indirect Objects   Complete section one of Peak, pages 1-25 and complete the information in the Master Packet.  
Team Time Comma Review and Retest
(as needed)
     

Week Starting 3/19 will center on the novel Peak, by Roland Smith.  All due dates can be seen by viewing the Master Packet. (Click)  This will be completed before April Vacation.  Try this link for pre-made vocabulary flashcards.  http://quizlet.com/1256600/vocabulary-for-peak-by-roland-smith-flash-cards/

 

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1 Due Week One, Class One, Pgs. 1-25, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 26-37, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet. Be at least a day ahead in the written answers.
2 Due Week One, Class Two, Pgs. 26-37, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 38-66, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  
3 Due Week One, Class Three, Pgs. 38-66, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 67-97, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  
4 Due Week One, Class Four, Pgs. 67-97, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 98-121, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  Due class three next week.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 3/26 Listed Below:  

English M.C.A.S. 3/26+3/27  Shorter classes will follow.

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1 English M.C.A.S. Exam     Be at least a day ahead in the written answers.
2 English M.C.A.S. Exam      
3 Due Week Two, English M.C.A.S. Week, Class Three, Pgs. 98-121, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 122-150, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  
4 Due Week Two, Class Four, Pgs. 122-150, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 151-172, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 4/2 Listed Below:

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1 Due Week Three, Class One, Pgs. 151-172, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 173-196, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet. Be at least a day ahead in the written answers.
2 Due Week Three, Class Two, Pgs. 173-196, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Pgs. 197-221, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   
3 Due Week Three, Class Three, Pgs. 197-221, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.    Pgs. 221-246-end, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.  
4 No class Four Due to Good Friday--Holiday      
Team Time        

Week Starting 4/9 Listed Below:

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1 Due Week Four, Class One, Pgs. 221-246-end, and the questions and vocabulary in the packet.   Study your Peak Materials  
2 Peak Review      
3 Peak Exam   No homework over vacation.  
4        
Team Time        

April Vacation

    Week Starting 4/23/12 Listed Below:

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1 Summer Reading Introduction Night Book and packet. Read Ch.#1 and complete the work in the packet. Get at least a chapter ahead in the reading and the packet..
2 Picture Book-- The Terrible Things, by Eve Bunting.

Discuss Chapter 1 and text connections.

K.W.L. Activity. Part I.

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#2 and complete the work in the packet.  
3

Discuss Chapter 2 and text connections.

Handout-- Germany; Post World War I.

"Over the Edge" and "Civilians at War" Video segments from ABC News The Century, with Peter Jennings.

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#3 and complete the work in the packet.  
4 Discuss Chapter 3 and text connections.

Picture Book-- Rose Blanche
by Roberto Innocenti

Correct Peak Exams

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#4 and complete the work in the packet.  
Team Time Math and Science MCAS Prep. Avtivities Handouts    

Week Starting 4/30/12 Listed Below:

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1  Discuss Chapter 4 and text connections.

Start The Writing on the Wall Video

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#5 and complete the work in the packet. Get at least a chapter ahead in the reading and the packet..
2 Picture Book -- The Butterfly, by P.Polacco.

Discuss Chapter 5 and text connections.

Complete The Writing on the Wall Video

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#6 and complete the work in the packet.  
3 Discuss Chapter 6 and text connections.

Art of the Time Period PowerPoint

Picture Book-- Passage to Freedom

Mr. Mulgrew's Museum Activity; "The Nazi Holocaust" Picture file from Harpers Magazine.

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#7 and complete the work in the packet.  
4 Discuss Chapter 7 and text connections.

Start Escape from Sobibor.

 

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#8 and complete the work in the packet.  
Team Time  Escape from Sobibor.      

Week Starting 5/7/12 Listed Below:  

May 8+9 will be Math MCAS tests and we will shorten classes on those days.

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1 Discuss Chapter 8 and text connections.

Start the Night Quilt Project

  "We Choose Honor"   A September 11th. response article by Elie Wiesel.  
         --OR--
Assignment Rescue, The Story of Varian Fry and the Emergency Rescue Committee, by Varian Fry.

Night Book, packet., and answers. Read Ch.#9 and complete the work in the packet. Get at least a chapter ahead in the reading and the packet..
2 Discuss Chapter 9 and text connections.

Mr. Mulgrew's Museum Activity;   and "The Danish Resistance" Picture file from Harpers Magazine.
     --OR--
I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Children's Drawings and Poems from Terezin Concentration Camp 1942-1944 by Hana Volavkova,

Night Book, packet., and answers. Work on the Night Quilt Project.  
3 Night Quilt Project, "I Promised I Would Tell."  Day 1, Organization.  .   Work on the Night Quilt Project.  
4 Night Quilt Project, "I Promised I Would Tell."  Day 2, Creation.   Work on the Night Quilt Project.  
Team Time 5-11        

Week Starting 5/14/12 Listed Below:  

Note-Monday the 14th is a half day.

Room changes will occur on the 15th and 16th. Details will be provided.

May 17 +18 is MCAS Science tests and we will shorten classes on those days.

Night Quilt Projects are due by the end of this week. Class time will be available and preposition practice will return as the projects are completed.

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1 Night Quilt Project,, "I Promised I Would Tell."  Day 3, Creation, Grading, and Posting.

Oprah Winfery and Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Death Camp DVD.

  Study the preposition list and notes. Find song lyrics that contain many different prepositions.  These will be used for practice and the test.
2 Night Quilt Project, "I Promised I Would Tell."  Day 4 Creation, Grading, and Posting

Prepositions Revisited and Practice

  Study the preposition list and notes.  
3 Prepositions Revisited and Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
4 Prepositions Revisited and Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 5/21/12 Listed Below:  Note-- Canada filed trip leaves on Thursday, the 24th.

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1 Preposition Practice   Study the preposition list and notes. Find song lyrics that contain many different prepositions.  These will be used for practice and the test.
2 Preposition Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
3 Preposition Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
4 Preposition Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 5/28/12 Listed Below:  
Note-- Monday the 28th is Memorial Day/ No School.

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1 Preposition Practice   Study the preposition list and notes.  
2 Preposition Practice Test --Not counted as a grade.   Study the preposition list and notes.  
3 Preposition Practice

Final Exam Review Sheet Introduction

  Study the preposition list and notes.  
4 Only F Block will have a fourth class this week due to the Monday Holiday   Study the preposition list and notes.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 6/4/12 Listed Below:

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1 Final Preposition Review Game   Study for your finals.  
2 Prepositions Test   Study for your finals.  
3 Final Exam Review Sheet   Study for your finals.  
4 Final Exam Review Sheet   Study for your finals.  
Team Time        

Week Starting 6/11/12 Listed Below:  Grade 8 Cruise on the 13th!

Week Starting 6/11/12 Listed below:

Teachers will be reviewing for final exams on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week. On Thursday the final begin for grades 9-11 so we all have half days from that point until the end of the year. Grades 9-11 take a total of six tests over three half days.
Grade eight takes four tests over two half days. There are two tests on Friday for eighth grade: Science and math. Monday's exams will be history and English. Tuesday is a make-up day for students that legitimately missed an exam due to illness etc.

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M Final Exam Review   Study for your finals.  
T Final Exam Review   Study for your finals.  
W Final Exam Review

Grade Eight Cruise

  No homework  
Tr. Final Exam Review--Half Day

Students Seal Time Capsules

  Study for your finals.  

F

Two Gr. 8 Finals--Half Day   Study for your remaining finals.  

Week Starting 6/18/ 12 Listed Below:

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M Two Gr. 8 Finals--Half Day   Complete the Summer Reading.  
T Makeup Finals--Half Day--Only students that missed a final need to attend.   Complete the Summer Reading.  
         
         
         

 

 


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