Today’s Classes and Tonight’s Homework – 11/15/18

ELA AGENDA:

Work on Poe Projects (tomorrow is the last day of class time to work on them; they’re due on Monday)

HISTORY AGENDA:

Work on Living Art Projects (tomorrow is the last day of class time to work on them; they’re being presented either Monday or Tuesday of next week!)

HOMEWORK:

ELA:  Yellow highlights on this week’s Word Work assignment; work on your Poe project (optional)

History:  Major Player drawing and caption

Today’s Classes and Tonight’s Homework – 11/14/18

ELA AGENDA:

1.) Word Work presentations

2.) Work on Poe projects

3.) Agenda Books

HISTORY AGENDA

1.) Work on projects

2.) Agenda Books

HOMEWORK:

ELA:  None (unless you want to work on an aspect of your Poe project due Monday)

History:  Prelude to Revolution EDPuzzle video and notes to go with it (link in your Google Classroom)

Today’s Classes and Tonight’s Homework – 11/13/18

ELA AGENDA:

1.) Status of the Class

2.) Poe Project assigned and explained

3.) GO!

4.) Agenda Books

**NO BELL RINGER THIS WEEK**

HISTORY AGENDA:

1.) WGOITW w/ Mr. O’Brien

2.) Conducting Research (credible vs. non-credible sources)

3.) GO!

4.) Agenda Books

HOMEWORK:

ELA:  Word Work due tomorrow & whatever the group decides

History:  Finish your research

Today’s Classes and Tonight’s Homework – 11/07/18

ELA AGENDA:

1.) Wednesday Bell Ringer

2.) New Seats

3.) Work Work Presentations

4.) Group Work – Breaking Down Questions

5.) Agenda Books

HISTORY AGENDA:

1.) New Seats

2.) Pear Deck Flash Card Factory

3.) Agenda Books

HOMEWORK:

ELA:  Sparkle Words

History:  Study your vocab words

NO SCHOOL – 11/06/18

No School Today!!!

Work Due Tomorrow

ELA:  Word Work (Must come from The Masque of the Red Death); adding in SHOWING sections of your Slice of Life narrative; Memo to Mrs. Leahy and Mrs. Trearchis (on Google Classroom)

HISTORY:  Make sure all of your classwork from yesterday is complete:  1.) French and Indian War Map colored and questions, 2.) 7 Years War EdPuzzle and notes, 3.) Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook reading and questions (questions don’t need to be in complete sentences)