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Monday, 14 November 2005
Week of November 14
7th grade - Monday: conjugate the verb "look"
Tuesday:conjugate the verb "walk"
Wednesday: study for test THURSDAY on
conjugating verbs, including NOTES

8th grade - Monday: Read text p. 310
Complete #'s 1-10 and 1 & 2, p. 312
in complete sentences.
Read p. 317-319. Complete p. 320 in
complete sentences.
Tuesday: Finish all classwork/worksheets
Wednesday: Study for test on all poems done this week. NO VWS THIS WEEK. Turn in journals on Friday.

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Wednesday, 9 November 2005
November 9 - 11
7th grade - Wed - HW Troublesome verbs worksheets
Study for Latin Weeks 9 & 10 test
THURSDAY.
Thur - HW Study for Troublesome Verbs test
FRIDAY.

8th grade - Wed - HW Complete p. 306, #1-10 and 1&2
Thur - HW Study for Poetry Terms test and
"Black Walnut Tree" test FRI.

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Tuesday, 1 November 2005
HW for Tuesday, Nov 1 through Thursday, Nov 3
7th grade - Tuesday - Study for principal parts test
Verb worksheet
Principal Parts test THURSDAY! Study verb notes and principal parts sheets.

8th grade - Tuesday - Finish reading "Sleepy Hollow"
Complete at least 6 questions
from the study guide.
VWS pp. 42-43

"Legends of Sleepy Hollow" test THURSDAY.

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Tuesday, 25 October 2005
Tues., Oct 25
7th - STARS worksheet

8th - Journals

#9 Fill in the frame
I walked into class late. The teacher looked at me. I sat down and opened my book. I heard footsteps approach. The teacher cleared her throat. I looked my teacher in the eye.

#10 - Open topic

Journals are due by Friday, Oct. 28

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Monday, 24 October 2005
Mon, Oct 24
7th - study latin weeks 7&8 - test friday
cut-off for grades - friday

8th - vws unit 3 test thursday
cut-off for grades - friday
all outside book assignments due friday

journals will be posted tomorrow

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Tuesday, 18 October 2005
Week of Oct 17
7th grade - Test Wed. Prepositions A-E plus definitions
Test Frie. Prepositions F-W

8th grade - Finish reading "Flowers for Algernon" by Wed. test Friday
Complete all VWS Unit 3 exercises

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Monday, 17 October 2005
Monday, Oct 17
HW - 7th grade - Preposition Worksheet #55&56

8th grade - Write Unit 3 VWS words 2x each
Finish Study Guide - Flowers for Algernon
Journal #7&8 (counts for two)


Add from one to three sentences before and after each sentence in the frame below.
You may extend sentences or change vocabulary, but you should be faithful to the
spirit of the scene. You might add action, dialogue, environment, and/or thoughts.

FRAME

Steven tiptoed up the stairs. He heard the noise again. At the top was a hallway,
extending in both directions. The corridor was dark except for a pinpoint of light
emitting from a keyhole.

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Thursday, 13 October 2005
Oct 13
8th grade - Journals due tomorrow
#5 Write a descriptive passage which appeals to all five senses. You must use
at least one simile or metaphor.
#6 Write a funny story using at least 10 of your VWS Unit 2 words. Under line the
words.

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Monday, 10 October 2005
Monday, Oct 10
7th - none

8th - No HW. VWS Unit 2 test Thursday. Journals 5&6 due Friday. Journal #5 -
Write a descriptive passage which appeals to all five senses. Label and identify
each part.

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Tuesday, 4 October 2005
Tuesday, Oct 4
7th - None

8th - Journals 3 & 4 due FRIDAY

#3 Journal while reading "The Ransom of Red Chief". Include literary devices and\
terms discussed for humour, ie, irony, hyperbole, understatement, etc.

#4 "Creative Writing", text. p. 348

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