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SS LA Assignments Week of Nov. 12 – 16, 2012. Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 Social Studies: Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all.

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1 SS LA Assignments Week of Nov. 12 – 16, 2012

2 Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 Social Studies: Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all books and materials SS Homework: Complete Main Idea chart on Newspaper Article Current Event due Friday, Nov. 16 Do Now: Puzzles in News paper p. 38 & 55 Select an article you can read and understand.

3 Social Studies: Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all books and materials PREPARE FOR A TEST QUIETLY Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

4 CHRISTMAS CHEER Each class is asked to bring 100 can goods for Christmas Cheer. Please bring can good to help others.

5 Homework Fair Trade handout will be assigned on Monday Nov. 26 due Wed. Nov 28 Go to the following link to complete the assignment: partners partners etail_products/default.aspx etail_products/default.aspx

6 SS Do Now Tuesday Use the word of the day words to write sentences that apply to an article from the newspaper you read or from the explorer project. Words of the Day Abstruse Abate Aborigine Ambidextrous

7 SS Do Now Wed. Nov. 14 Social Studies: Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all books and materials Do Now Begin Reading the Lesson fourteen: Determining Main Idea Read the selection twice.

8 SS Do Now Wednesday In your notes, summarize what you learned about fair trade. Thursday: Do Now Answer the EQ What is the concept of fair trade? What is the impact of fair trade on the economy?

9 Language Arts Tuesday, Nov. 13 Do Now all week: Read the selected passage and answer the questions – provide evidence. Homework: Make sure Harriet Tubman vocab. Words are completed in Frayer model format.

10 Harret Tubman Vocab Words VaguelyWhippoorwilsSuccession VicinityIncomprehensiblepursued UnconcealedDispelHysterical ThicketFugitivesIncentive DisheveledMutinousFastidious unconcealed

11 Harriet Tubman Vocab HW Complete Puzzle Make a 15 question fill in the blank quiz Make sentences with at least (10) of the words.

12 Language Arts Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012 Complete grammar handout in notebook on p. 31 Noun Writing application: Select a character from Animal farm and use specific nouns and adjectives to describe a character Need the book your are reading in class and your journal. Assigned Wed. due Thursday: Complete literary terms matching handout. Need the book you are reading in class and your journal. Journal check Thursday and Friday

13 Wednesday, Nov. 14 Immediately take out the book and turn to Harriet Tubman p. 440 and begin reading where you left off.

14 Monday, Nov. 19 Social Studies: Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all books and materials DO NOW: Complete Lesson 14 Determining Main Idea on the Mayan Indians. Complete all sections.

15 Monday, Nov. 19 Classwork Review Do Now Students will use their notes to answer the essential questions. ( Page 5 in INB) What is the concept of fair trade? How can a single person contribute to fair trade? How is trade essential to the economy? How can a single person contribute to fair trade?

16 Monday, Nov. 19 classwork Page (5 & 6) in SS INB Students will use the words Fair Trade in a Acrostic poem format to summarize their notes on Fair Trade Student will read "Trade- the way out of poverty and answer the questions.

17 Trade- The Way Out of Poverty Questions Imagine if you could only eat what you grew yourself and only wear what you made yourself (including fabric). This is what it would be like if there was no such thing as trade. Nearly everything we eat, wear or use is a product of trade. With this in mind, how would you feed and cloth yourself daily? Write answer in paragraph format. Use specific details and complete sentences. (Page 6 INB). People need to buy and import goods they can’t produce themselves. Trade is essential to reduce poverty, but how can it be used to serve both the poor and the rich?

18 Questions- Trade the Way Out of Poverty Based on the information in the text, what can you assume about free trade? Select information from the text to support this statement. “ Global trade caused inequalities and hardships for the farmers and/or the poor.”

19 Questions – Trade the way out of poverty? Is trade the way out of poverty? Use the information from the text to write a paragraph explaining your answer to the question: “Trade – The Way Out of Poverty?”

20 Main Idea Trade The Way Out of Poverty Create a chart and select the main idea for the reading and supporting details. Specific details and evidence from the text to support your main idea. Use you main idea and details to write a twenty word summary of the selection.

21 LA Monday, Nov. 19 Two sharpened pencils/ two pens (black or dark blue ink) Have all books and materials HOMEWORK: Use the name Harriet Tubman to create an acrostic poem due Tues. Nov. 20.

22 Monday, Nov. 19 Harriet Tubman Assignment Review Reading Skill Main Idea Questions All questions must be completed on page 50 in INB Answer #3 Interpret question p Writing – Complete the writing assignment – completing a biographical sketch on a person who has taken a risk. See p. 451 Complete for Homework – due Tues. Nov. 27


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