Homework August 24-28, 2015

Get you syllabus signed by parent/guardian and return it ASAP

Bring your Hunger Games book to class all week. (6th Grade = Wrinkle in Time)

Due Wednesday: 8th Grade: Complete Grammar Workbook Pages 49-52 if you did not finish during class today (6th Grade = pages 1-4 in your Grammar Workbooks)

Be ready for your summer reading comprehension test this Friday.

 

 

Classwork/Homework March 23-27

Monday

  • Book Fair
  • Take Vocabulary Test 171-190
  • Works Cited (turn in before class tomorrow)
  • Annotate Articles
  • Homework = prepare for Lit. Circle Meeting #2 (tomorrow)

Tuesday

  • Literature Circle Meeting #2
  • Thesis Statements

Wednesday

  • Body Paragraphs

Thursday

  • Finish Body Paragraphs
  • Write Introductory Paragraph
  • Homework = prepare for Lit. Circle Meeting #3 (tomorrow)

Friday

  • Literature Circle Meeting #3

Classwork/Homework March 16-20

Monday

  • Take Vocabulary Test, Latin Roots 151-170
  • Select Research Topic and Partner for Debatable Topics Research and Debates

Tuesday

  • Begin Research

Wednesday

  • Continue Research

Thursday

  • Continue Research

Friday

Literature Circle Meeting during class today

  • Complete Research and Print out all 5 article charts
  • Study Latin Roots 171-190 for test on Monday
  • Read for your next literature circle meeting (Tuesday)
  • Bring money for the Book Fair (we go on Monday)

 

 

Golf

Congratulations to the Chelsea Middle School Golf Team:

  • Zachary H.
  • Carson W.
  • Emma Z.
  • J. T. M.
  • Richie R.
  • Matthew W.

Please join our CHMS Golf “classroom” by going to google.classroom.com.  Login as a student, the login information is the same as your login information to get on to a school computer.  I will post the schedule and other information through google.classroom.com.

Please visit the team store and order your shirt by this Sunday, March 1. Order online by going to https://www.bsnteamsports.com/index.php then enter the access code: hornet8U7 for the boy’s shop and hornet8RY for the girl’s shop.   You are required to order the shirt, but the other items are optional.  The pullovers are the same as the high school ordered this year.  You will supply your own khaki pants for matches; however, if you plan to wear shorts later in the season, you must purchase the ones listed in our shop.

Currently scheduled practices:  Tuesday (March 3) and Thursday (March 5) at Eagle Point. Meet at the driving range by 4:00.  Practice will be over at 5:00.  Please make arrangements for transportation.  If it is raining, we will have to cancel these practices.

AWAY            Monday          March 9        Helena at Riverchase Golf Course

HOME            Thursday       March 12       Calera at Eagle Point

AWAY            Tuesday         March 17       Hueytown at their home course

HOME            Tuesday         March 24       Thompson at Eagle Point

(AWAY)          Monday          April 13          John Carroll at RTJ (Par 3 short course)

AWAY            Tuesday         April 14          Thompson at Montevallo Golf Course

AWAY            Thursday       April 16          Columbiana

Homework February 2-6

Monday

  • Complete the odds from the gerunds packet if you did not make 80% or above on the evens in the packet.
  • Complete the Rhetorical Analysis of an Ad.  Submit it to classroom.google.com before class on Tuesday.

Tuesday – Wednesday

  • Work on even number questions in participle packet (due Thursday).
  • Work on Realistic Fiction Documentary (due February 17)

Thursday

  • Study for Participle Quiz (Friday)
  • Work on Realistic Fiction Documentary

Friday

  • Work on Realistic Fiction Documentary
  • Study for Verbals Test (Thursday, February 12)
    • Infinitives
    • Gerunds
    • Participles

 

 

Homework January 5-9

Monday

Start reading Realistic Fiction Novel (get approval by Wednesday, 1/7/15)

Tuesday – Thursday

Work on Infinitives Packet:  Complete All of Page 69, Complete the even number questions only on pages 64, 65, 175, 176, 177, and 178 (Due Friday, January 9)

Read Realistic Fiction Novel

Friday

Have a great weekend!

Homework December 8-12

Monday, December 8

Submit notecards for Latin Root words numbers 41-50 and take the test on roots 1-50 today in class.

  1. Complete Letter to the Editor if you did not finish during class today (due Tuesday, December 9)
  2. Work on your Classic Genre Project (due Friday, December 12)

Tuesday, December 9

  1. Choose a time period and society in which a new form of Mr. Hyde could appear (example: Mr. Hyde from the book turned up in Victorian England).  You can choose any time period/setting from Ancient Egypt to your own.  Use your imagination!  Come to class on Wednesday ready to research your time period and society.
  2. Work on your Classic Genre Project (due Friday, December 12)

Wednesday, December 10

  1. If you did not finish in class, finish researching the time period and society and identify 3-5 “restrictive” rules that govern that society (they don’t have to be officially mandated by that government, but could just be things that are expected in the society) from which a “Mr. Hyde” might try to break away.
  2. Continue working on the ELA study guide (it will be due on Tuesday before you take your ELA exam).
  3. Work on your Classic Genre Project (due Friday, December 12)

Thursday, December 11

  1. If you did not finish in class, finish selecting a historical individual who chose to buck against those rules to become a kind of Mr. Hyde.  This individual may be anyone in that society, just as long as you use evidence to prove it.  Remember the techniques we discussed in class.
  2. Continue working on the ELA study guide (it will be due on Tuesday before you take your ELA exam).
  3. Work on your Classic Genre Project (due Friday, December 12)

 

Friday, December 12

Submit Classic Fiction Genre Project today in class.

  1. Use your research findings and conclusions to compose a letter to that society warning them of the societal restrictions that will cause a Mr. Hyde to appear.  Use your example individual to prove your point.  The letter is due Thursday, December 18.
  2. Continue working on the ELA study guide (it will be due on Tuesday before you take your ELA exam).

 

 

 

Homework: October 14-17

Tuesday, October 14

Take Vocabulary Test #6

RL #2 (Due Monday, October 20)

Wednesday, October 15

RL #2 (Due Monday, October 20)

Work on notecards for Vocabulary Test #7 and study them (Due Monday, 10/27).  If you have made a perfect score on Vocabulary Tests #5 and #6, you are not required to make notecards for test #7.  However, if you chose to do so, you may earn bonus points.

Thursday, October 16

Work on notecards for Vocabulary Test #7 and study them (Due Monday, 10/20).  If you have made a perfect score on Vocabulary Tests #5 and #6, you are not required to make notecards for test #7.  However, if you chose to do so, you may earn bonus points.

Friday, October 17

Work on notecards for Vocabulary Test #7 and study them (Due Monday, 10/27).  If you have made a perfect score on Vocabulary Tests #5 and #6, you are not required to make notecards for test #7.  However, if you chose to do so, you may earn bonus points.

RL #2 (Due Monday, October 20)

Notebook Table of Contents

Below is what you should have in your notebook at the end of quarter 1 in GRC.  You may throw away all other assignments if you would like.  I have also attached the PDF version of this list.  Notebook Quarter 1

KEEP: TOOLBOX
8/27 Sentence Variation Models Handout
8/27 Phrase Toolbox Handout
8/27 Sentence Variety Worksheet
9/24 Weekly Article Annotations Handout
9/25 Question Mark Handout
9/27 Paradox Packet
No Date, Yet Vivid Verbs
 KEEP: WRITING
8/16-8/20 Refugee Escape Type 3
9/11 Refugee Escape Type 4
 KEEP: READING
9/8 Ransom of Red Chief Graphic Organizer
9/17 Harrison Bergeron Graphic Organizer
9/25 Harrison Bergeron Literary Element  Chart
9/25 Harrison Bergeron Quote Handout
10/3 Jumping Frog Packet
10/6 Reading Log #2
 KEEP: VOCABULARY
8/18 List #1
8/28 List #2
9/8 List #3
9/18 List #4
9/29 List #5
10/6 List #6

 

Turn in the following assignments by placing them in your file folder in my classroom.

  1. Love Type 3/Type 4 Writing Assignment
  2. Deepening Comprehension through 2nd Draft Reading
  3. Race Paragraph
  4. Chick-Fil-A (Annotated Article)
  5. RQI Questions (Questions you created with your partner about the Chick-Fil-A Article)
  6. Chick-Fil-A Answers to Discussion Questions
  7. Multiple Intelligences Inventory