If you are absent, please try to complete as much of the work as you can It makes your return to class easier if you have some idea of what we have worked on during your absence.
English: We added indirect objects to diagram frame 3. Please review p. 467. From p. 336 diagram all of the words from sentences 1-10 only.
Science: I love your creativity! The ocean animals/plants look great! If you missed class today, please be ready to take the DSQ quiz upon your return. The chapter 14 test is coming tomorrow; review the chapter, your reading guides, and the chapter study guide. Keep focused and continue working hard
English: If you missed class today, please check the missing assignment folder upon your return. We continued our work on diagramming. Specifically, we diagrammed sentences using frame 1, frame 2, and frame 3; each included modifiers and prepositional phrases. Read p. 470 if you do not understand prepositional phrases in a diagram frame.
Science: The DSQ quiz is tomorrow; the chapter 14 test is Wednesday. If you missed class, please complete the remainder of the chapter study guide. Building supplies are needed tomorrow in class
We are running out of time! Be in class if at all possible, so you do not get left behind
English: A few who missed class today should be prepared to take the diagramming quiz on Monday. Your homework tonight (if you were absent) is to read p. 470 and diagram sentences 1-5. You should be able to include all the words
Science: Look around the house this weekend and select items to create your ocean animal/plant. You will need to bring these to class by Tuesday. Also finish questions 1-14 on the study guide if you did not do so in class. The DSQ quiz is planned for Tuesday, and the chapter 14 test is now Wednesday.
English: Tomorrow brings a diagramming quiz covering frame 1, frame 2, and frame 3. Review your notes on linking verbs with frame 2 and action verbs with frame 3. If you missed class today, please read p. 467. Diagram all words for sentences 1-3, and 5-9. Do not include prepositional phrases.
Science: Be looking through your house to find materials to recycle into your ocean plant or animal. I am wanting to see creative use of materials! If you were not sure about the zone of the animal/plant you chose, you may want to research tonight.
Chapter 14 test is Tuesday; supplies are due Tuesday; DSQ quiz is Wednesday.
Many things are happening in class! Be here if at all possible
English: If you have been absent this week, I hope you have been keeping up with your missing assignments! Each day we have added a new diagram frame. Tonight on p. 338 diagram the simple subject, simple predicate, predicate adjective or predicate noun and modifiers for the following sentences: 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, and 20. Do not include prepositional phrases.
Science: Read about the “neritic zone” in chapter 14 and collect a reading guide upon your return.
Keep up and stay focused There are a lot of things happening at OMMS
Paper and pencils are still needed! Please go shopping
English: You guys are doing a wonderful job diagramming sentences! If you missed class today, please review linking verbs with predicate adjectives/predicate nouns on p. 337. Read the top of p. 469. Diagram the simple subject, linking verb, and predicate adjective or predicate noun on p. 469, exercise 5. Add the adjectives as shown on p. 469.
Science: There is no homework tonight.
Supplies are running out! Please shop for paper and lead for pencils; we have five more weeks of school
English: I am so glad most of you were in class today! Diagramming the parts of a sentence is really fun and easy if you are here to explore it with us.
If you were absent today, read p. 465 and diagram the simple subject and simple predicate of exercise 1, 1-5. Read p. 466 and diagram only the simple subject and simple predicate of exercise 2.
Each day this week brings another part to the diagram frame; keep up daily as we add more sections
Science: Read p. 481-483 on “Intertidal Zones”. There is a graphic organizer for you to collect upon your return.
English: You did a wonderful job on our “pretend” test today! Spend a few minutes reviewing the irregular forms of modifiers and the negative words. You will do fine on tomorrow’s test if you do that tonight.
Science: I will give you a few minutes tomorrow to finish the food web if you did not do so in class.
Stay focused; keep working
English: Today we continued our work with comparative/superlative modifiers and double negatives. Please read p. 403 and then complete p. 404, exercises 10 and 11. You do not need to write the sentences for exercise 10. For homework tonight, be sure you complete p. 400, exercise 6 and 7. A test over these concepts is planned for Friday.
Science: Make sure you finish mapping and labeling the ocean floor. We will add to that information tomorrow.
English: If you were absent today, please read p. 385. Follow the directions as you complete p. 386, exercise 9 and p. 390, exercise 6. A few of you still need to take the verb/complement test from last week.
Science: Read chapter 14, section 1. Complete the “bubble” page before you come to class tomorrow.