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1 6 th Grade Daily Language Skills Practice

2 Week 1 Day 1 1. Many readers agree. The animals in literature is there favorite characters. 2. Them animal characters often act like people and their human qualities have been amuseing readers for centuries.

3 Week 1 Day 1 1. Many readers agree. The animals in literature are their favorite characters. 2. Those animal characters often act like people, and their human qualities have been amusing readers for centuries.

4 Week 1 Day 2 3. Dan and I read the wind in the willows, a book describeing an adventures of four wildlife friends. 4. Author kenneth grahame, writeing with humor and warmth, tells the story of Mole, Water Rat, Badger and Toad.

5 Week 1 Day 2 3. Dan and I read The Wind in the Willows, a book describing the adventures of four wildlife friends. 4. Author Kenneth Grahame, writing with humor and warmth, tells the story of Mole, Water Rat, Badger, and Toad.

6 Week 1 Day 3 5. In charlotte’s web, E B white tells a story about an pig named wilbur, a spider named charlotte, and a girl named Fern. 6. Whites skill is shown in the descriptions of the animals, they are careing and kind but also selfish.

7 Week 1 Day 3 5. In Charlotte’s Web, E. B. White tells a story about a pig named Wilbur, a spider named Charlotte, and a girl named Fern. 6. White’s skill is shown in the descriptions of the animals; they are caring and kind but also selfish.

8 Week 1 Day 4 7. Mara and ted has createed twentyfive animal stories since may Some of they’re characters is african animals. 8. Ted’s aunt Lu sayed “Your stories are wonderful! What characters did you like when you were tiny tots”?

9 Week 1 Day 4 7. Mara and Ted have created twenty-five animal stories since May 1, Some of their characters are African animals. 8. Ted’s Aunt Lu said, “Your stories are wonderful! What characters did you like when you were tiny tots?”

10 Week 1 Day 5 9. “Babar, a elephant, was always my favorite animal” said Mara. “he left the jungle to live in paris, france.” 10. “We childs liked to read The Cat in the Hat,” I said. “Its great to have that book when you’re learning to read”!

11 Week 1 Day 5 9. “Babar, an elephant, was always my favorite animal,” said Mara. “He left the jungle to live in Paris, France.” 10. “We children like to read The Cat in the Hat,” I said. “It’s great to have that book when you’re learning to read!”

12 Week 2 Day 1 1. A adventure story provids accounts of danger daring and survival. 2. Some of the most greatest adventure stories are true the book first on the moon describs one of these.

13 Week 2 Day 1 1. An adventure story provides accounts of danger, daring, and survival. 2. Some of the greatest adventure stories are true. The book, First on the Moon, describes one of these.

14 Week 2 Day 2 3. Astronauts neil armstrong, michael collins, and edwin e aldrin recalls the excitement of landing on the moon on july As armstrong stepped carfully on the moon, he said “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.

15 Week 2 Day 2 3. Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin recall the excitement of landing on the moon on July 20, As Armstrong stepped carefully on the moon, he said, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

16 Week 2 Day 3 5. The book Kon-Tiki are about an adventure at sea. The author, thor heyerdahl, writes about a 4,300-mile voyage on a raft. 6. Even with a crew of five sailing the raft were dangerous. The author wrote, I felt cold fear run through my whole body.

17 Week 2 Day 3 5. The book Kon-Tiki is about an adventure at sea. The author, Thor Heyerdahl, writes about a 4,300-mile voyage on a raft. 6. Even with a crew of five, sailing the raft was dangerous. The author wrote, “I felt cold fear run through my whole body.”

18 Week 2 Day 4 7. Tony said “It seem to I and mark that we can choose among too kinds of adventure tales, those that end well and those that don’t.” 8. “I agree tony. Accounts of the san francisco earthquake on april , definitly focused on the danger fire and loss,” kay said.

19 Week 2 Day 4 7. Tony said, “It seems to Mark and me that we can choose between two kinds of adventure tales, those that end well and those that don’t.” 8. “I agree, Tony. Accounts of the San Francisco earthquake on April 18, 1906, definitly focused on the danger, fire, and loss,” Kay said.

20 Week 2 Day 5 9. Writer jack london tell about the 1906 san francisco earthquake in a article for a popular magazine. 10. “by Wednesday afternoon, mr. London writes, “inside of twelve hours, half the heart of the city was gone.”

21 Week 2 Day 5 9. Writer Jack London tells about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake in an article for a popular magazine. 10. “By Wednesday afternoon,” Mr. London writes, “inside of twelve hours, half the heart of the city was gone.”

22 Week 3 Day 1 1. For centuries, men, women, and children has recorded their thoughts and activities in diaries some diaries has great historical significance. 2. One of these was written by an young girl in holland during world war II. the diary now a published book.

23 Week 3 Day 1 1. For centuries, men, women, and children have recorded their thoughts and activities in diaries. Some diaries have great historical significance. 2. One of these was written by a young girl in Holland during World War II. The diary is now a published book.

24 Week 3 Day 2 3. Lee said, “we reading the diary of anne frank. It tell how anne and her family hid from nazi soldiers.” 4. “Anne franks diary describe the familys fear but its also about the wishs and dreams of a girl growing up,” said Mrs Isaacs.

25 Week 3 Day 2 3. Lee said, “We are reading The Diary of Anne Frank. It tells how Anne and her family hid from Nazi soldiers.” 4. “Anne Frank’s diary describes the families’ fear, but it’s also about the wishes and dreams of a girl growing up,” said Mrs. Isaacs.

26 Week 3 Day 3 5. A english ruler queen victoria was keeping a diary when she was thirteen years old. 6. The queen has telled about the things of more importence to she, including public appearences, marriage, and books.

27 Week 3 Day 3 5. An English ruler, Queen Victoria, was keeping a diary when she was thirteen years old. 6. The queen has told about the things of most importance to her, including public appearances, marriage, and books.

28 Week 3 Day 4 7. An book women’s diaries of the westward journey includes the diaries of four pioneer women. 8. The diaries tells about buffalo stampedes And illness but they also describes lovely prairies and festive holidays.

29 Week 3 Day 4 7. A book, Women’s Diaries of the Westward Journey, includes the diaries of four pioneer women. 8. The diaries tell about buffalo stampedes and illness, but they also describe lovely prairies and festive holidays.

30 Week 3 Day 5 9. “me liked little details in the diaries by pioneer women,” layla said, such as the women eating buffalo tongue”! 10. Sam replied, “Layla if I had to choose between buffalo tongue and starvation, I’d like the buffalo tongue best.”

31 Week 3 Day 5 9. “I liked little details in the diaries by pioneer women,” Layla said,”such as the women eating Buffalo tongue!” 10. Sam replied, “Layla, if I had to choose between buffalo tongue and starvation, I’d like the buffalo tongue better.”

32 Week 4 Day 1 1. Most people loves the rhythm rhyme and fun in humorous peotry. 2. Lewis carroll an english author has writed many amusing peoms. One favorite called jabberwocky.

33 Week 4 Day 1 1. Most people love the rhythm, rhyme, and fun in humorous poetry. 2. Lewis Carroll, an English author, has written many amusing poems. One favorite is called “Jabberwocky.”

34 Week 4 Day 2 3. An american author ogden nash wrote some poems that are much short than others one poem about a cow is only two lines long! 4. Yesterday our teacher explain, this poet needed only a few words to say something very witty.”

35 Week 4 Day 2 3. An American author, Ogden Nash, wrote some poems that are much shorter than others. One poem about a cow is only two lines long! 4. Yesterday our teacher explained, “This poet needed only a few words to say something very witty.”

36 Week 4 Day 3 5. Sandy said, mrs. Sims gave I some poems by john ciardi. Them are the greater poems I have ever read!” 6. “I don’t have no poetry books, pat said, but I love to hear grandma read limericks by edward lear.”

37 Week 4 Day 3 5. Sandy said, “Mrs. Sims gave me some poems by John Ciardi. They are the greatest poems I have ever read!” 6. “I don’t have any poetry books,” Pat said, “but I love to hear Grandma read limericks by Edward Lear.”

38 Week 4 Day 4 7. “have you read shel silversteins poem about the fourth of july”? Greg asked. “it has only one word per line!” 8. “yes I like it two” Linda said, “and you can read it more fast than other poems!

39 Week 4 Day 4 7. “Have you read Shel Silverstein’s poem about the Fourth of July?” Greg asked. “It has only one word per line!” 8. “Yes, I like it too,” Linda said, “and you can read it faster than other poems!”

40 Week 4 Day 5 9. Shaun said, my first books were by dr. seuss and I have liked funny poems ever since.” 10. Tim told us, “At a workshop in houston texas, we wrote silly poems about wolfs, calfs, and gooses who sing solos in their tuxedoes!”

41 Week 4 Day 5 9. Shaun said, “My first books were by Dr. Seuss, and I have liked funny poems ever since.” 10. Tim told us, “At a workshop in Houston, Texas, we wrote silly poems about wolves, calves, and geese who sing solos in their tuxedoes!”

42 Week 5 Day 1 1. tony asked his friend and I “do you know of any good books with facts about snakes in north america”? 2. “I did some reserch, sarah said, “and fill two boxes with books about snakes.”

43 Week 5 Day 1 1. Tony asked his friend and me, “Do you know of any good books with facts about snakes in North America?” 2. “I did some research,” Sarah said, “and filled two boxes with books about snakes.”

44 Week 5 Day 2 3. tony said, “can you recommend a book about poisonous snakes? My family is going to a outdoor canp and uncle Ted is nervous”! 4. sarah said, “I reccollect one I read by john m. mehrtens. It had information about the lifes and habits of snakes.”

45 Week 5 Day 2 3. Tony said, “Can you recommend a book about poisonous snakes? My family is going to an outdoor camp, and Uncle Ted is nervous!” 4. Sarah said, “I recollect one I read by John M. Mehrtens. It had information about the lives and habits of snakes.”

46 Week 5 Day 3 5. I told tony and she, “you wouldn’t want to meet no rattlesnakes copperheads or water moccasins. In the wilderness.” 6. then I added “my neighbor, dr levin, said them have fangs that puncture the skin and they could be dangerous.”

47 Week 5 Day 3 5. I told Tony and her, “You wouldn’t want to meet any rattlesnakes, copperheads, or water moccasins in the wilderness.” 6. Then I added, “My neighbor, Dr. Levin, said they have fangs that puncture the skin, and they could be dangerous.”

48 Week 5 Day 4 7. I said, “the health information Center a nonprofit organization provides pamphlets on medical emergencies.” 8. “There are people on the staff who speak both english an spanish, they will tell you about first aid for snakebites.”

49 Week 5 Day 4 7. I said, “The Health Information Center, a nonprofit organization, provides pamphlets on medical emergencies.” 8. “There are people on the staff who speak both English and Spanish; they will tell you about first aid for snakebites.”

50 Week 5 Day 5 9. “Don’t let the fear of snakes disscourage you” ms. Irons said. “I will get some accurate books that will reaassure you.” 10. tony said, “I need they before june ! That’s when we take off for a camp near Goshen massachusetts”!

51 Week 5 Day 5 9. “Don’t let the fear of snakes discourage you,” Ms. Irons said. “I will get some accurate books that will reassure you.” 10. Tony said, “I need them before June 30, 1996! That’s when we take off for a camp near Goshen, Massachusetts!”

52 Week 6 Day 1 1. readers of historical fiction learns about different cultures through a work of excellent writers. 2. alex haley, an american wrote Roots the book explores Haley’s african heritage.

53 Week 6 Day 1 1. Readers of historical fiction learn about different cultures through the work of excellent writers. 2. Alex Haley, an American, wrote Roots. The book explores Haley’s African heritage.

54 Week 6 Day 2 3. lala siad to ira and I, “tell me about Roots does the book cunsist of stories, or did alex haley include only facts”? 4. “it cumbines fact fiction and great storystelling” me said. “haley begins with his family in africa during the 1700’s.”

55 Week 6 Day 2 3. Lala said to Ira and me, “Tell me about Roots. Does the book consist of stories, or did Alex Haley include only facts?” 4. “It combines fact, fiction, and great storytelling,” I said. “Haley begins with his family in Africa during the 1700’s.”

56 Week 6 Day 3 5. roots describes how Kunta kinte, alex haley’s most bravest ancester was kidnapped and taken to america as a slave 6. as the story proceds, readers learn about haleys’ family in america, especially they’re lives as slaves and as free people.

57 Week 6 Day 3 5. Roots describes how Kunta Kinte, Alex Haley's bravest ancester, was kidnapped and taken to America as a slave. 6. As the story proceeds, readers learn about Haley's family in America, especially their lives as slaves and as free people.

58 Week 6 Day 4 7. alex haley telled of a great importance of the african storytellers, called griots. Were like human history books. 8. griots were regardid highly. The author sayed, “When a griot dies, it is as if a library has burned to the ground.

59 Week 6 Day 4 7. Alex Haley told of the great importance of the African storytellers, called griots. They were like human history books. 8. Griots were regarded highly. The author said, “When a griot dies, it is as if a library has burned to the ground.”

60 Week 6 Day 5 9. “Alex haley,” I ensisted, was the goodest writer ever, and the TV mniseries based on Roots. Was the greatest show!” 10. people from Bangor Maine to San Diego california were glued to they’re television sets.

61 Week 6 Day 5 9. “Alex Haley,” I insisted, “was the best writer ever, and the TV miniseries based on Roots was the greatest show!” 10. People from Bangor, Maine to San Diego, California were glued to their television sets.

62 Week 7 Day 1 1. mrs kelly asked “Have you read The Great Gilly Hopkins? Its by Katherine paterson, an excellent American writer. 2. akono answered, “Yes we in the Reading Club loves that book! I give a summery of it last Monday at lee school.

63 Week 7 Day 1 1. Mrs. Kelly asked, “Have you read The Great Gilly Hopkins? It’s by Katherine Paterson, an excellent American writer.” 2. Akono answered, “Yes, we in the Reading Club love that book! I gave a summary of it last Monday at Lee School.”

64 Week 7 Day 2 3. gilly hopkins is an extraordinery character and her gets into all sorts of messes. 4. She is a foster child and considers everyone her adversery. However there is many friendly people in her life.

65 Week 7 Day 2 3. Gilly Hopkins is an extraordinary character, and she gets into all sorts of messes. 4. She is a foster child and considers everyone her adversary. However, there are many friendly people in her life.

66 Week 7 Day 3 5. gilly’s primery goal is to find her mother. Gilly, in her soliterd daydreams, imagines she to be very beautiful. 6.gilly’s guardian, mrs. Trotter, is a wonderful character. William Ernest and Mr Randolph, two other characters, is memorable to.

67 Week 7 Day 3 5. Gilly’s primary goal is to find her mother. Gilly, in her solitary daydreams, imagines her to be very beautiful. 6. Gilly’s guardian, Mrs. Trotter, is a wonderful character. William Ernest and Mr. Randolph, two other characters, are memorable too.

68 Week 7 Day 4 7.akono said, Us readers agree that The Great gilly Hopkins is funny sad and very enjoyable. 8. “The author do a fine job of presenting characters and showing they’re qualities. You get to know them characters well.”

69 Week 7 Day 4 7. Akono said, “We readers agree that The Great Gilly Hopkins is funny, sad, and very enjoyable.” 8. “The author does a fine job of presenting characters and showing their qualities. You get to know those characters well.”

70 Week 7 day 5 9. “Can you tell we,” kerry asked, how The Great Gilly Hopkins turns out? Does Gilly find her mother”? 10. akono said, “knowing the ending isn’t necessery. Read it! These kind of novel is the goodest that I have ever read”!

71 Week 7 day 5 9. “Can you tell us,” Kerry asked, “how The Great Gilly Hopkins turns out? Does Gilly find her mother?” 10. Akono said, “Knowing the ending isn’t necessary. Read it! This kind of novel is the best that I have ever read!”

72 Week 8 Day 1 1. katy said “on Friday, aunt Lee is taking my sister and I to a baseball game. Can you suggest any good baseball books? 2. “yes I certainly can! I said. “right now I reading a very good biography called Roberto Clemente.”

73 Week 8 Day 1 1. Katy said, “On Friday, Aunt Lee is taking my sister and me to a baseball game. Can you suggest any good baseball books?” 2. “Yes, I certainly can!” I said. “Right now I’m reading a very good biography called Roberto Clemente.”

74 Week 8 Day 2 3. roberto clemente a hispanic athletic were one of the most famousest baseball players of his jeneration. 4. he was born in carolina puerto rico, on august even as a child, he played baseball with skill and enerjy.

75 Week 8 Day 2 3. Roberto Clemente, a Hispanic athlete, was one of the most famous baseball players of his generation. 4. He was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, on August 18, Even as a child, he played baseball with skill and energy.

76 Week 8 Day 3 5. although his family was poor, clementes parents teached his brothers and he the value of discipline self-respect and hard work. 6. clemente came to the united states to play baseball and he emerjed as a giant in the world of athletics.

77 Week 8 Day 3 5. Although his family was poor, Clemente’s parents taught his brothers and him the value of discipline, self-respect, and hard work. 6. Clemente came to the United States to play baseball, and he emerged as a giant in the world of athletics.

78 Week 8 Day 4 7. while playing with the Pittsburgh pirates, roberto clemente becomed famous for both hitting and throwing what a versatile player he was! 8. He helped the pirates too win the world series twice, there weren’t no world series games in which he was hitless.

79 Week 8 Day 4 7. While playing with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Roberto Clemente became famous for both hitting and throwing. What a versatile player he was! 8. He helped the Pirates to win the World Series twice. There were no World Series games in which he was hitless.

80 Week 8 Day 5 9. Those remarkable man was a jem, his kindness and jenerosity are part of what made roberto clemente great,” I said to katy. 10. on new year’s eve in 1972, he flying to help earthquake victims in nicaragua but he died when the plane crashed.

81 Week 8 Day 5 9. “That remarkable man was a gem; his kindness and generosity are part of what made Roberto Clemente great,” I said to Katy. 10. On New Year’s Eve in 1972, he was flying to help earthquake victims in Nicaragua, but he died when the plane crashed.

82 Week 9 Day 1 1.i want to make a birthday present for john my brother. Do you have any ideas for I to use” asked sue? 2. Zach answered “Yes you can get some grate ideas from the how-to books at the library at pierce school.”

83 Week 9 Day 1 1. “I want to make a birthday present for John, my brother. Do you have any ideas for me to use?” asked Sue. 2. Zach answered, “Yes, you can get some great ideas from the how-to books at the library at Pierce School.”

84 Week 9 Day 2 3. “john really want his own special place, said Sue. Last night I thinking about building a treehouse for him.” 4. “at the library I found a book about making the treehouse. All you need are tools boards and nails, said Zach.

85 Week 9 Day 2 3. “John really wants his own special place,” said Sue. “Last night I was thinking about building a tree house for him.” 4. “At the library, I found a book about making a tree house. All you need are tools, boards, and nails,” said Zach.

86 Week 9 Day 3 5. “I also seen a book on Monday that tells how to make a A-frame playhouse for childrens,” zach said. 6. “Building it won’t take no time at all you and me can work together to make it even more faster, he add.

87 Week 9 Day 3 5. “I also saw a book on Monday that tells how to make an A-frame playhouse for children,” Zach said. 6. “Building it won’t take any time at all. You and I can work together to make it even faster,” he added.

88 Week 9 Day 4 7. Zach asked “When is johns birthday tell I what kind of book we’ll need.” 8. Well his birthday is in may. If we builds something, we’ll need the simple book with pictures,” sue replied.

89 Week 9 Day 4 7. Zach asked, “When is John’s birthday? Tell me what kind of book we’ll need.” 8. “Well, his birthday is in May. If we build something, we’ll need a simple book with pictures,” Sue replied.

90 Week 9 Day 5 9. “I aggree. Us carpenters can build a playhouse by May,” Zach said. It might not be a greek temple but it’ll be gorgeous. 10. “Zach, you’re the goodest friend in the whole world. You’ve goten me interested and I can’t wait to begen”!

91 Week 9 Day 5 9. “I agree. We carpenters can build a playhouse by May,” Zach said. “It might not be a Greek temple, but it’ll be gorgeous.” 10. “Zach, you’re the best friend in the whole world. You’ve gotten me interested, and I can’t wait to begin!”

92 Week 10 Day 1 1. the setting of stories are the place where the action happens, setting is also the time when the stories’ events occurs. 2. some of the goodest authors is very skillful at describing a setting. They tell we how things look sound and feel.

93 Week 10 Day 1 1. The setting of stories is the place where the action happens; setting is also the time when the stories’ events occur. 2. Some of the best authors are very skillful at describing a setting. They tell us how things look, sound, and feel.

94 Week 10 day 2 3. “Me liked Little Women by Louisa May alcott” David said. “Also I enjoied the setting of New England in the 1800’s. 4. “the march family was poor, but them were not dismaied. Jo march even wrote playes for her sisters to perform”!

95 Week 10 day 2 3. “I liked Little Women by Louisa May Alcott,” David said. “Also, I enjoyed the setting of New England in the 1800’s.” 4. “The March family was poor, but they were not dismayed. Jo March even wrote plays for her sisters to perform!”

96 Week 10 Day 3 5. “I and mom visit lots of old house,” Sharon said. “did you visit ms. Alcott’s home when you were in Concord”? 6. “yes we did,” David said, and we staied too hours. I was annoied when we had to leave. I could see Jo in them rooms!”

97 Week 10 Day 3 5. “Mom and I visited lots of old houses,” Sharon said. “Did you visit Ms. Alcott’s home when you were in Concord?” 6. “Yes, we did,” David said, “and we stayed two hours. I was annoyed when we had to leave. I could see Jo in the rooms!”

98 Week 10 Day 4 7. some stories are set during a important time in history the short story Beware of the Dog is one of these. 8. author Roald dahl placed most event in a hospital room, but the historical setting is europe during world war II

99 Week 10 Day 4 7. Some stories are set during an important time in history. The short story, “Beware of the Dog,” is one of these. 8. Author Roald Dahl placed most events in a hospital room, but the historical setting is Europe during World War II.

100 Week 10 Day 5 9. Jacob have I loved, a novel by Katherine Paterson, is set on a island in Chesapeake Bay the time is set in the 1940’s. 10. the author conveyes a sense of place in these novel it’s a story with a rich setting an interesting plot and several strong character.

101 Week 10 Day 5 9. Jacob Have I Loved, a novel by Katherine Paterson, is set on an island in Chesapeake Bay. The time is set in the 1940’s. 10. The author conveys a sense of place in this novel. It’s a story with a rich setting, an interesting plot, and several strong characters.

102 Week 11 Day 1 1.Elsa said “We studeying habitats. Our class is researching animals that live in deserts rivers and forests. 2.I look through twentyone books last Friday. Between them, I finded ten books about desert animals.”

103 Week 11 Day 1 1.Elsa said, “We are studying habitats. Our class is researching animals that live in deserts, rivers, and forests.” 2.“I looked through twenty-one books last Friday. Between them, I found ten books about desert animals.”

104 Week 11 Day 2 3. “The hot dry desert is a harsh habitat,” me told Milo, but reptiles birds insects and mammals have adapted.” 4. animals hides under sand or stones during the hot day, they comes out for food at night when it is cool.

105 Week 11 Day 2 3. “The hot, dry desert is a harsh habitat,” I told Milo, “but reptiles, birds, insects, and mammals have adapted.” 4. Animals hide under sand or stones during the hot day. They come out for food at night when it is cool.

106 Week 11 Day 3 5. Milo said, I have a excellent book about river habitats. I buyed it in a bookstore in atlanta georgia last august.” 6. “After reading it, him added. “I goed to a river and actually identifyed some insects”?

107 Week 11 Day 3 5. Milo said, “I have an excellent book about river habitats. I bought it in a bookstore in Atlanta, Georgia last August.” 6. “After reading it,” he added, “I went to a river and actually identified some insects.”

108 Week 11 Day 4 7. I saqid, “My neighbor Dr Hohn r kane, says pollution is damaging river habitats he gave insects as an example.” 8. Pollution has affected mayflys, a important food for fish. Because them have died out in many rivers, there is fewer fish.

109 Week 11 Day 4 7. I said, “My neighbor, Dr. Hohn R. Kane, says pollution is damaging river habitats. He gave insects as an example.” 8. Pollution has affected mayflies, an important food for fish. Because they have died out in many rivers, there are fewer fish.

110 Week 11 Day 5 9. “you read any storys by Jean craighead George”? Milo asked. They include information about habitats. 10. Ms Georges book One day in the tropical rain forest is about Tepui a boy who is determined. To save the forest.

111 Week 11 Day 5 9. “Have you read any stories by Jean Craighead George?” Milo asked. “They include information about habitats.” 10. Ms. George’s book, One Day in the Tropical Rain Forest, is about Tepui, a boy who is determined to save the forest.

112 Week 12 Day 1 1.Rachel carson a biologist and writer wrote a remarkible book, which I finds fascinating. 2. These book, silent Spring, explains how pesticides that are intended for insect can be harnful to we humans.

113 Week 12 Day 1 1. Rachel Carson, a biologist and writer, wrote a remarkable book, which I find fascinating. 2. This book, Silent Spring, explains how pesticides that are intended for insects can be harmful to us humans.

114 Week 12 Day 2 3. Mrs Carsons book describes how chemicals can harm birds fish and the earth. The food supplies for you and I can be affected to. 4. the book were published in 1962, and it had a considerible impact it led to restrictons on the use of pesticides.

115 Week 12 Day 2 3. Mrs. Carson's book describes how chemicals can harm birds, fish, and the earth. The food supplies for you and me can be affected too. 4. The book was published in 1962, and it had a considerable impact. It led to restrictions on the use of pesticides.

116 Week 12 Day 3 5. Josh and me do not know a lot about science but carsons book helps we see how all living things depends on one another. 6. Isn’t it amazing how one person can change thing. Us readers is safer because of this books message.

117 Week 12 Day 3 5. Josh and I do not know a lot about science, but Carson’s book helps us see how all living things depend on one another. 6. Isn’t it amazing how one person can change things! We readers are safer because of this book’s message.

118 Week 12 Day 4 7. Greta my sister is also reading Silent Spring. She like it as much as me do.. 8. Greta and me reads passages aloud to each other and mom and dad enjoy listening too us.

119 Week 12 Day 4 7. Greta, my sister, is also reading Silent Spring. She likes it as much as I do. 8. Greta and I read passages aloud to each other, and Mom and Dad enjoy listening to us.

120 Week 12 Day 5 9. “Rachel Carson was the smarter person imaginabel! She was very knowledgeible, greta said. 10. I said, “do you find her message believible? Of all the science books I have read, this one is better. Its incredible!”

121 Week 12 Day 5 9. “Rachel Carson was the smartest person imaginable! She was very knowledgeable,” Greta said. 10. I said, “Do you find her message believable? Of all the science books I have read, this one is best. It’s incredible!”

122 Week 13 Day 1 1. Miss ortiz, our teacher asked, “have you read any books by madeleine L’Engle she is an exceptionaly good author. 2. “jeff and I is reading a wrinkle in time and I enthusiasticaly recommend it, peg answered

123 Week 13 Day 1 1. Miss Ortiz, our teacher, asked, “Have you read any books by Madeleine L’Engle? She is an exceptionally good author.” 2. “Jeff and I are reading A Wrinkle in Time, and I enthusiastically recommend it,” Peg answered.

124 Week 13 Day 2 3. Jeff sayed, “in A wrinkle in time, meg and charless’ father had disappeared. He been experimenting with time travel 4. “meg charles and calvin their friend go to the planet camazotz to look for him, jeff add

125 Week 13 Day 2Correct 3. Jeff said, “In A Wrinkle in Time, Meg and Charles’s father had disappeared. He had been experimenting with time travel.” 4. “Meg, Charles, and Calvin, their friend, go to the planet Camazotz to look for him,” Jeff added.

126 Week 13 Day 3 5. Then peg explain people on the planet camazotz is controlled by this big brain the brain is called it 6. Some weird characters help the children in the story mrs whatsit mrs who and mrs which is their names

127 Week 13 Day 3 5. Then Peg explained, “People on the planet Camazotz are controlled by this big brain. The brain is called It.” 6. “Some weird characters helped the children in the story. Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Which are their names.”

128 Week 13 Day 4 7. Jeff said I like the character of meg in a wrinkle in time she is on a strange journey but she seems like a real person 8. Good stories generaly have good characters the characters in a novel is what I usualy enjoy most

129 Week 13 Day 4 7. Jeff said, “I like the character of Meg in A Wrinkle in Time. She is on a strange journey, but she seems like a real person.” 8. “Good stories generally have good characters. The characters in a novel are what I usually enjoy most.”

130 Week 13 Day 5 9. “When I finaly finish a wrinkle in time I’m going to review it for the triangle book club peg said. I telled everyone I would 10. Our next meeting is march it will be at the library in brookline massachusetts you are all invited!

131 Week 13 Day 5 9. “When I finally finish A Wrinkle in Time, I’m going to review it for the Triangle Book Club,” Peg said. “I told everyone I would.” 10. “Our next meeting is March 11, It will be at the library in Brooklyn, Massachusetts. You are all invited!”

132 Week 14 Day 1 1. Do you remember the fables that you enjoy as a child there’s lessons to be learned from them 2. I and my parents often reads fables aloud nothing conpares with them as far as I am concerned

133 Week 14 Day 1 1. Do you remember the fables that you enjoyed as a child? There are lessons to be learned from them. 2. My parents and I often read fables aloud. Nothing compares with them as far as I am concerned.

134 Week 14 Day 2 3. Tales of aesop, my first book includes the fable the hare and the tortoise at the end is words of wisdom 4. A hare and a tortoise is racing and the swift hare get far ahead the hare is so comfident he will win that he take a nap

135 Week 14 Day 2 3. Tales of Aesop, my first book, includes the fable “The Hare and the Tortoise.” At the end are words of wisdom. 4. A hare and a tortoise are racing, and the swift hare gets far ahead. The hare is so confident he will win that he takes a nap.

136 Week 14 Day 3 5. As the story of the race conntinues, the tortoise plod on and crosses the finish line what a delightful ending 6. the moral of the story are “Slow and steady wins the race. anyone ever disagreed with that lesson

137 Week 14 Day 3 5. As the story of the race continues, the tortoise plods on and crosses the finish line. What a delightful ending! 6. The moral of the story is “Slow and steady wins the race.” Has anyone ever disagreed with that lesson?

138 Week 14 Day 4 7. Aesop a greek slave is given credit for many of the most popular fables he die around 565 bc 8. Us do not know how many of the stories aesop actually conposed some might have been old tales that him retold

139 Week 14 Day 4 7. Aesop, a Greek slave, is given credit for many of the most popular fables. He died around 565 B.C. 8. We do not know how many of the stories Aesop actually composed. Some might have been old tales that he retold.

140 Week 14 Day 5 9. People from all cultures love fables in western cultures, fables from ancient greece and india is popular 10. These simple wise and witty stories been told and retold for more than 2,000 years its apparent that them is timeless

141 Week 14 Day 5 9. People from all cultures love fables in western cultures. Fables from ancient Greece and India are popular. 10. These simple, wise, and witty stories have been told and retold for more than 2,000 years. It’s apparent that they are timeless.

142 Week 15 Day 1 1. some novels is set in the past, in an particular time in history one of these novels is sarah, plain and tall 2. The author patricia macLachlan based her novel on a real event in her family history her story brings this story to life

143 Week 15 Day 1 1. Some novels are set in the past in a particular time in history. One of these novels is Sarah, Plain and Tall. 2. The author, Patricia MacLachlan, based her novel on a real event in her family history. Her story brings this story to life.

144 Week 15 Day 2 3. In sarah, plain and tall anna and caleb is pleased when theyre father invites sarah a nail-order bride to live with them in their prairie home 4. Anna, who is more older than caleb still remembers their mother who died mama had sung gongs and anna hope sarah will to

145 Week 15 Day 2 3. In Sarah, Plain and Tall, Anna and Caleb are pleased when their father invites Sarah, a mail-order bride, to live with them in their prairie home. 4. Anna, who is older than Caleb, still remembers their mother who died. Mama had sung songs, and Anna hopes Sarah will too.

146 Week 15 Day 3 5. Sarah and Seal her cat arrive in the spring. Very soon, Mr. Witting and the childs is charmed by she. 6. Sarah tries to ajust but she misses her home in maine. When her leaves on a trip, the family are afraid she won’t return.

147 Week 15 Day 3 5. Sarah and Seal, her cat, arrive in the spring. Very soon, Mr. Witting and the children are charmed by her. 6. Sarah tries to adjust, but she misses her home in Maine. When she leaves on a trip, the family is afraid she won’t return.

148 Week 15 Day 4 7. “Tell we how the story ends” judy said. “Sarah comed back and married mr. Witting, didn’t she? 8. “I addmit I am tempted to tell you but you will apreciate the ending best if you read it yourself,” I answered.

149 Week 15 Day 4 7. “Tell us how the story ends,” Judy said. “Sarah came back and married Mr. Witting, didn’t she?” 8. “I admit I am tempted to tell you, but you will appreciate the ending better if you read it yourself,” I answered.

150 Week 15 Day 5 9. “I thinked the writing in Sarah, Plain and Tall was wonderful I can’t addequately describe the authors skill” I remarked. 10. “She setted her story during the time of the Westward Movement but her characters is as real to I as you are.”

151 Week 15 Day 5 9. “I thought the writing in Sarah, Plain and Tall was wonderful. I can’t adequately describe the author’s skill,” I remarked. 10. “She set her story during the time of the Westward Movement, but her characters are as real to me as you are.”

152 Week 16 Day 1 1. Games have been played throughout histery and people today still consider games one of they’re most greatest pleasures 2. In the past, games travel from country to country for example, Mah- jongg, which begined in china, is now played all over the world.

153 Week 16 Day 1 1. Games have been played throughout history, and people today still consider games one of their greatest pleasures. 2. In the past, games traveled from country to country. For example, Mah-jongg, which began in China, is now played all over the world.

154 Week 16 Day 2 3. The books on them shelves describe children’s games card games and board games there are even novels that center around games! 4. One of them novels are The Westing Game by ellen raskin, a american writer her characters has to solve an mystery

155 Week 16 Day 2 3. The books on those shelves describe children’s games, card games, and board games. There are even novels that center around games! 4. One of those novels is The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin, an American writer. Her characters have to solve a mystery.

156 Week 16 Day 3 5. As the westing game begins a odd group of heirs are present for the reading of mr samuel w westings will. 6. The will reveal that the heirs can become millionaires if they play a game participation in the game is obligatory.

157 Week 16 Day 3 5. As The Westing Game begins, an odd group of heirs are present for the reading of Mr. Samuel W. Westing’s will. 6. The will reveals that the heirs can become millionaires if they play a game. Participation in the game is obligatory.

158 Week 16 Day 4 7. On Monday, bruce gived a report on the westing game. He told we students that it was the finer mystery he had read all year. 8. the clues in the story was the most hardest to figure out, bruce said. The characters had no explanatory information!

159 Week 16 Day 4 7. On Monday, Bruce gave a report on The Westing Game. He told us students that it was the finest mystery he had read all year. 8. “The clues in the story were the hardest to figure out,” Bruce said. “The characters had no explanatory information!”

160 Week 16 Day 5 9. ‘the game was dangerous but the outcome was a victery for one character, bruce telled the class 10. Us teachers also think the westing game is excellent, ms brown said I enjoy it during our vacation last april.

161 Week 16 Day 5 9. “The game was dangerous, but the outcome was a victory for one character,” Bruce told the class. 10. “We teachers also think The Westing Game is excellent,” Ms. Brown said. “I enjoyed it during our vacation last April.”

162 Week 17 Day 1 1. I finded a poem that begins, “silver petals fell on my journey to the stars.” what a lovely thought that is ! 2. The images in the poem reminds me of real journeys in space on the sea or by land to different countries.

163 Week 17 Day 1 1. I found a poem that begins, “Silver Petals Fell on my Journey to the Stars.” What a lovely thought that is! 2. The images in the poem remind me of real journeys in space, on the sea, or by land to different countries.

164 Week 17 Day 2 3. in march I read a essay about a journey into space. Sally Ride an astronaut wrote single room, earth view 4. Ms ride was the first american woman to travel in space she orbeted earth n a space shuttle

165 Week 17 Day 2 3. In March, I read an essay about a journey into space. Sally Ride, an astronaut, wrote “Single Room, Earth View.” 4. Ms. Ride was the first American woman to travel in space. She orbited earth in a space shuttle.

166 Week 17 Day 3 5. I also read sayonara by ann morrow lindberg this essay is from her book north to the orient 6.her and her husband traveled to the far east in 1931 later, she writed about their journey

167 Week 17 Day 3 5. I also read “Sayonara” by Ann Morrow Lindberg. This essay is from her book North to the Orient. 6.She and her husband traveled to the Far East in Later, she wrote about their journey.

168 Week 17 Day 4 7. Last Monday, I read a very intresting essay about a ocean voyage in The ship titanic sinked at sea and more than 1,500 lives were lost what a terrible tragedy that was

169 Week 17 Day 4 7. Last Monday, I read a very interesting essay about an ocean voyage in The ship Titanic sank at sea, and more than 1,500 lives were lost. What a terrible tragedy that was!

170 Week 17 Day 5 9. Yesterday I goed to the library to read more about the titanic I choosed some good refrence book. 10. My Uncle asked me if I had learned a lot I said yes us readers can take journeys by going to the library

171 Week 17 Day 5 9. Yesterday I went to the library to read more about the Titanic. I chose some good reference books. 10. My uncle asked me if I had learned a lot. I said, “Yes, we readers can take journeys by going to the library!”

172 Week 18 Day 1 1. Martin luther king, jr a man addmired by many, leaded the movment for civil rights in america 2. His efforts too win social justice for african americans maked him internationaly famous

173 Week 18 Day 1 1. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man admired by many, led the movement for civil rights in America. 2. His efforts to win social justice for African Americans made him internationally famous.

174 Week 18 Day 2 3.dr king is remembered today as an exceptional leader an exciteing speaker and an author of five books 4. His moving speech I have a dream is often encluded in literture books you ever read this enspiring speech

175 Week 18 Day 2 3. Dr. King is remembered today as an exceptional leader, an exciting speaker, and an author of five books. 4. His moving speech “I Have a Dream” is often included in literature books. Have you ever read this inspiring speech?

176 Week 18 Day 3 5. Mohandas k Gandhi the indian leader was one of dr. kings heros both men suffered for there beliefs 6. Dr kings home was bombed but he stayd commited to the path of peaceful protest and nonviolence.

177 Week 18 Day 3 5. Mohandas K. Gandhi, the Indian leader, was one of Dr. King’s heroes. Both men suffered for their beliefs. 6. Dr. King’s home was bombed, but he stayed committed to the path of peaceful protest and nonviolence.

178 Week 18 Day 4 7. Martin luther king was born in atlanta georgia and growed up in the south his father a baptist minister 8. After becoming the minister himself, him beggan the activitys that would change histery

179 Week 18 Day 4 7. Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in the South. His father was a Baptist minister. 8. After becoming the minister himself, he began the activities that would change history.

180 Week 18 Day 5 9. dr king led demonstrations and protest marches but his remakible life end in trajedy 10. He was shot and killed on april in memphis tennessee the world truly misses this grate man

181 Week 18 Day 5 9. Dr. King led demonstrations and protest marches, but his remarkable life ended in tragedy. 10. He was shot and killed on April 4, 1968, in Memphis Tennessee. The world truly misses this great man.

182 Week 19 Day 1 1. I and michael is reading an novel about the sea called the true confessions of charlotte doyle 2. The introduction, An Important Warning, sets the mood for story filled with adventure suspense and terror

183 Week 19 Day 1 1. Michael and I are reading a novel about the sea called The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle. 2. The introduction, “An Important Warning,” sets the mood for a story filled with adventure, suspense, and terror.

184 Week 19 Day 2 3. Avi the author inform us that there is a trial and a girl is found guilty of murder. 4. The narrator of these woes are Charlotte Doyle and her relates each event that occurred on the trip to america.

185 Week 19 Day 2 3. Avi, the author, informed us that there was a trial and a girl was found guilty of murder. 4. The narrator of these woes is Charlotte Doyle, and she relates each event that occurred on the trip to America.

186 Week 19 Day 3 5. Charlotte tell we about the first mate on the ship mr. Hollybrass, and a mysterious sailor Zachariah. 6. Charlotte and the mad english captain has the strange relationship those two makes the story most thrilling.

187 Week 19 Day 3 5. Charlotte tells us about the first mate on the ship Mr. Hollybrass, and a mysterious sailor Zachariah. 6. Charlotte and the mad English captain have a strange relationship. These two make the story more thrilling.

188 Week 19 Day 4 7. At the age of thirteen, Charlotte is youngest than the men aboard a ship. To I, she also smarter! 8. She is independent courageous and a quick learner, runing away is not her style!

189 Week 19 Day 4 7. At the age of thirteen, Charlotte is younger than the men aboard the ship. To me, she is also smarter! 8. She is independent, courageous, and a quick learner. Running away is not her style!

190 Week 19 Day 5 9. For years, I has prefered sea stories but none can never be beter than this one. 10. Peoples of all ages finds sea stories fascinating and them will surely like this one too.

191 Week 19 Day 5 9. For years, I have preferred sea stories, but none can ever be better than this one. 10. People of all ages find sea stories fascinating, and they will surely like this one too.

192 Week 20 Day 1 1. I, martin f.jones have dicided to be an artist. an illustrator of children’s books are my inspiration 2. On new year’s day, I looked at all the book I loved as the child and all were by maurice sendak

193 Week 20 Day 1 1. I, Martin F. Jones, have decided to be an artist. An illustrator of children’s books is my inspiration. 2. On New Year’s Day, I looked at all the books I loved as a child, and all were by Maurice Sendak.

194 Week 20 Day 2 3. Sendak has written stories illustrated books and even designed set for operas he such a talented person 4. Where the wild things are, my favofite book by sendak stars max, a imaginative character

195 Week 20 Day 2 3. Sendak has written stories, illustrated books, and even designed sets for operas. He is such a talented person! 4. Where the Wild Things Are, my favorite book by Sendak, stars Max, an imaginative character.

196 Week 20 Day 3 5. Some peoples say sendaks book are frightening too young readers but they don’t know childs very well 6. In january, I visitted my aunt tess who said where the wild things are is popular around the world.

197 Week 20 Day 3 5. Some people say Sendak’s book is very frightening to young readers, but they don’t know children very well. 6. In January, I visited my Aunt Tess, who said Where the Wild Things Are is popular around the world.

198 Week 20 Day 4 7. Before world war I sendak’s polish parents came to america the artist has happy memories of his Father 8. Sendak’s love for stories might be creditted too him. Philip sendak often invented stories for is children

199 Week 20 Day 4 7. Before World War I, Sendak’s Polish parents came to America. The artist has happy memories of his father. 8. Sendak’s love for stories might be credited to him. Philip Sendak often invented stories for his children.

200 Week 20 Day 5 9. While he was in lafayette high school. Sendak filled in backgrounds for a comic strip 10.I said to kay its hard to imagine illustrating about eighty books. Sendak’s talent is unlimitted!

201 Week 20 Day 5 9. While he was at Lafayette High School, Sendak filled in backgrounds for a comic strip. 10. I said to Kay, “It’s hard to imagine illustrating about eighty books. Sendak’s talent is unlimited!”

202 Week 21 Day 1 1. Below the train tracks are a stand that sells newspapers I thinks it’s the best in the northeast. 2. It is the smaller newsstand in town but joseph j brock the owner has basicaly everything you need.

203 Week 21 Day 1 1. Below the train tracks is a stand that sells newspapers. I think it’s the best in the Northeast. 2. It is the smallest newsstand in town, but Joseph J. Brock, the owner, has basically everything you need.

204 Week 21 Day 2 3. When people is rushing for the train to new haven connecticut, brock grabs a paper takes the money and makes change. 4. i often buy newspapers myself. I studies them because I want to be an newspaper columnist like russell baker.

205 Week 21 Day 2 3. When people are rushing for the train to New Haven, Connecticut, Brock grabs a paper, takes the money, and makes change. 4. I often buy newspapers myself. I study them because I want to be a newspaper columnist like Russell Baker.

206 Week 21 Day 3 5. I had maked the decision to write even before I read an terrificly interesting book Growing Up by russell baker. 6. In this book a autobiography the writer comicly describes his more younger life.

207 Week 21 Day 3 5. I had made the decision to write even before I read a terrifically interesting book, Growing Up, by Russell Baker. 6. In this book, an autobiography, the writer comically describes his younger life.

208 Week 21 Day 4 7. When he was a boy russells mother want him to “make something” of himself. He agreed enthusiasticly. 8. Mrs baker had always seed her sons writing ability but russell himself decide on a writing career.

209 Week 21 Day 4 7. When he was a boy, Russell’s mother wanted him to “make something” of himself. He agreed enthusiastically. 8. Mrs. Baker had always seen her son’s writing ability, but Russell himself decided on a writing career.

210 Week 21 Day 5 9.Baker’s career over the years have included work as a columnist an author and the american host of masterpeice theatre. 10.There’s many things I can do to start my own career. I’ll join the bay city journalism club.

211 Week 21 Day 9.Baker’s career over the years has included work as a columnist, an author, and the American host of Masterpiece Theatre. 10.There are many things I can do to start my own career. I’ll join the Bay City Journalism Club.

212 Week 22 Day 1 1. “has you read this book about guide dogs”. Pete asked. Its extrordinary how them help disabled people.” 2. The author, an exspert says that german shepherds and labrador retrievers make good guide dogs, him said.

213 Week 22 Day 1 1. “Have you read this book about guide dogs?” Pete asked. “It’s extraordinary how they help disabled people.” 2. “The author, an expert, says that German shepherds and Labrador retrievers make good guide dogs,” he said.

214 Week 22 Day 2 3. Aunt lily said ive read about guide dogs two. For about a year, they lives with families. 4. Then they have exstensive training before they assist a owner they must learn to obey commands.

215 Week 22 Day 2 3. Aunt Lily said, “I’ve read about guide dogs too. For about a year, they live with families.” 4. “Then they have extensive training before they assist an owner. They must learn to obey commands.”

216 Week 22 Day 3 5. There is several guide dog schools in the united states, the first school, The Seeing eye was started in Other american schools are Guide dogs for the Blind and Guiding eyes for the blind.

217 Week 22 Day 3 5. There are several guide dog schools in the United States. The first school, The Seeing Eye, was started in Other American schools are Guide Dogs for the Blind and Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

218 Week 22 Day 4 7. Hearing-impaired people have finded animals helpful to. Hearing dogs alerts they’re owners to sounds. 8. The dogs have maked life safer for them people they warns owners about smoke alarms and telephones.

219 Week 22 Day 4 7. Hearing-impaired people have found animals helpful too. Hearing dogs alert their owners to sounds. 8. The dogs have made life safer for those people. They warn owners about smoke alarms and telephones.

220 Week 22 Day 5 9. I look in the library in ames iowa for more books and I seed one by joan a. green, pete said. 10. This book is about the authors own exsperiences with a hearing dog. There isn’t no better book around!”

221 Week 22 Day 5 9. “I looked in the library in Ames, Iowa for more books and I saw one by Joan A. Green,” Pete said. 10. “This book is about the authors own experiences with a hearing dog. There isn’t any better book around!”

222 Week 23 Day 1 1. Stories about ancient civilizations atract me, juan said. Have you read the princess and the lion? 2.my aunt in tucson arizona sent it to me. My cousins in the southwest really loved it, he telled us.

223 Week 23 Day 1 1. “Stories about ancient civilizations attract me,” Juan said. “Have you read the Princess and the Lion?” 2. “My aunt in Tucson, Arizona sent it to me. My cousins in the Southwest really loved it,” he told us.

224 Week 23 Day 2 3. The princess and the lion takes place in an abyssinian kingdom. The sons of the king is all in prison. 4. The king have put they in jail because they was fighting about the throne, only one son can be a new king.

225 Week 23 Day 2 3. The Princess and the Lion takes place in an Abyssinian kingdom. The sons of the king are all in prison. 4. The king has put them in jail because they were fighting about the throne; only one son can be a new king.

226 Week 23 Day 3 5. Prince michael one of the sons have not aquired supporters. It’s not likely he’ll become king. 6. For this reason, princess mariam plots to help him escape from the place called the prison of princes.

227 Week 23 Day 3 5. Prince Michael, one of the sons, has not acquired supporters. It’s not likely he’ll become king. 6. For this reason, Princess Mariam plots to help him escape from the place called the Prison of Princes.

228 Week 23 Day 4 7.Mariam discovers that prince michael are heir to the throne but he don’t know this. 8. If michael atempts to escape, he could be atacked and killed. Mariam must reach he before this happens.

229 Week 23 Day 4 7. Mariam discovers that Prince Michael is heir to the throne, but he doesn’t know this. 8. If Michael attempts to escape, he could be attacked and killed. Mariam must reach him before this happens.

230 Week 23 Day 5 9. Them events is based on historical fact, juan sayed. The story has mystery adventure and intrigue. 10. I recommend this book to the Ancient history society when we met on may

231 Week 23 Day 5 9. “Those events are based on historical fact,” Juan said. “The story has mystery, adventure, and intrigue.” 10. “I recommended this book to the Ancient History Society when we met on May 4, 1996.”

232 Week 24 Day 1 1. The great playwright william shakespeare wrote, what’s in a name. I wonders what him meant by that. 2. My teacher said, a characters name is important it helps tell readers who the character is.

233 Week 24 Day 1 1. The great playwright William Shakespeare wrote, “What’s in a name?” I wonder what he meant by that. 2. My teacher said, “A character’s name is important. It helps tell readers who the character is.”

234 Week 24 Day 2 3.its appearent that shakespeare was a master at naming characters, an example are the name romeo. 4. Some friends of mine has never read romeo and juliet but them know a name of romeo.

235 Week 24 Day 2 3.It’s apparent that Shakespeare was a master at naming characters; an example is the name Romeo. 4. Some friends of mine have never read Romeo and Juliet, but they know the name of Romeo.

236 Week 24 Day 3 5. In gone with the wind one of the characters are scarlett o’hara. Isn’t that the more colorful name. 6. Mark twain named his more famous character huckleberry finn humor and spunk comes through in that name.

237 Week 24 Day 3 5. In Gone With the Wind, one of the characters is Scarlett O'Hara. Isn’t that the most colorful name? 6. Mark Twain named his most famous character Huckleberry Finn. Humor and spunk come through in that name.

238 Week 24 Day 4 7. Pinacchio rumpelstiltskin and cinderella is all memorable name that have delighted we. 8. Some names has a wonderous quality the name snow white has that quality, and rose red does two.

239 Week 24 Day 4 7. Pinocchio, Rumpelstiltskin, and Cinderella are all memorable names that have delighted us. 8. Some names have a wondrous quality. The name Snow White has that quality, and Rose Red does too.

240 Week 24 Day 5 9. I said, I have twenty five names for one character in my story. I can’t make a decidsion and I am getting despairate. 10. Ms fay said, their all good names but tell me what your character is like. The character is the goodest place to start.

241 Week 24 Day 5 9. I said, “I have twenty-five names for one character in my story. I can’t make a decision, and I am getting desperate.” 10. Ms. Fay said, “They’re all good names, but tell me what your character is like. The character is the best place to start.”

242 Week 25 Day 1 1. I has a special interest in peaceful fights for good causes. Many of my heroes has believed in nonviolence. 2. One hero fighted to gain justice freedom and equality. Him led his peoples in a noble cause.

243 Week 25 Day 1 1. I have a special interest in peaceful fights for good causes. Many of my heroes have believed in nonviolence. 2. One hero fought to gain justice, freedom, and equality. He led his people in a noble cause.

244 Week 25 Day 2 3. I and sandy read about mohandas k gandhi, a man who struggled for the independence of his country. 4. We finded that gandhi’s actions helped free india from british rule. Truth courage and tolerance guided he.

245 Week 25 Day 2 3. Sandy and I read about Mohandas K. Gandhi, a man who struggled for the independence of his country. 4. We found that Gandhi’s actions helped free India from British rule. Truth, courage, and tolerance guided him.

246 Week 25 Day3 5. In 1930 hundreds of mens and womens followed gandhi on a march. Them marched for 200 miles. 6. Gandhi spended seven years in jail for his actions and beliefes but him didn’t never give up.

247 Week 25 Day3 5. In 1930, hundreds of men and women followed Gandhi on a march. They marched for 200 miles! 6. Gandhi spent seven years in jail for his actions and beliefs, but he never gave up.

248 Week 25 Day 4 7. Gandhi begined programs to urge indians to make their own cloth. The goal of his programs were total independence. 8. This great leaders life end when he was shot in People around the World was saddened.

249 Week 25 Day 4 7. Gandhi began programs to urge Indians to make their own cloth. The goal of his programs was total independence. 8. This great leader’s life ended when he was shot in People around the world were saddened.

250 Week 25 Day 5 9. Gandhi leaved a preshious legacy. If I were a musisian, I’d sing a song about him. 10. Since I’m not a singer, me wrote a poem. My poem are called Remembering Gandhi.

251 Week 25 Day 5 9. Gandhi left a precious legacy. If I were a musician, I’d sing a song about him. 10. Since I’m not a singer, I wrote a poem. My poem is called “Remembering Gandhi.”

252 Week 26 Day 1 1. it is 1225 am and I is still reading. I cant never put down a good story, especially if it’s a fantasy. 2. I start the book gullivers travels right after thanksgiving but me stopped to do a geoggraphy project.

253 Week 26 Day 1 1. It is 12:25 A.M. and I’m still reading. I can’t ever put down a good story, especially if it’s a fantasy. 2. I started the book Gulliver's Travels right after Thanksgiving, but I stopped to do a geography project.

254 Week 26 Day 2 3. I enjoyed the story about Gulliver's voyage to the land of Lilliput. The people there are less than six inches tall. 4. The author made those little people, the Lilliputians, seem very real, he was a skillful writer.

255 Week 26 Day 2 3. I enjoy the story about Gulliver's voyage to the land of Lilliput. The people there are less than six inches tall! 4. The author made those little people, the Lilliputians, seem very real. He was a skillful writer.

256 Week 26 Day 3 5. Jonathan swift writed gullivers travels, the book was published in england in He intended the book for adults but its now a favorite story for childrens and teens two.

257 Week 26 Day 3 5. Jonathan Swift wrote Gulliver's Travels; the book was published in England in He intended the book for adults, but it’s now a favorite story for children and teens too.

258 Week 26 Day 4 7. Because I enjoy fantasies so much, mrs brown suggested I write one. I thinked this was a splendid idea. 8. My story is about a astronomer in austin texas. One day, he looks through a tellescope and see a weird purple planet.

259 Week 26 Day 4 7. Because I enjoy fantasies so much, Mrs. Brown suggested that I write one. I thought this was a splendid idea. 8. My story is about an astronomer in Austin, Texas. One day, he looks through a telescope and sees a weird purple planet.

260 Week 26 Day 5 9. He also sees some strange creatures. Their like calfs but them don’t have no ears. 10. I telled mrs brown about my story. Her liked it a lot and said I could work on it after our gramar lesson.

261 Week 26 Day 5 9. He also sees some strange creatures. They’re like calves, but they don’t have any ears. 10. I told Mrs. Brown about my story. She liked it a lot and said I could work on it after our grammar lesson.

262 Week 27 Day 1 1.I admire mens and womens who explore new places. I loves to read about exploration and flights in space ships. 2. Some day I want to go to a unknown, far away place. Then I’ll write a book called amazing discovery.

263 Week 27 Day 1 1. I admire men and women who explore new places. I love to read about explorations and flights in space ships. 2. Some day I want to go to an unknown, far away place. Then I’ll write a book called Amazing Discovery.

264 Week 27 Day 2 3. sally have you read about james cook the british explorer? He sailed around the world twice, I said. 4. Yes I have. Cook maked three voyages to the pacific ocean and each voyage was most exciting than the one before, she replied.

265 Week 27 Day 2 3. “Sally, have you read about James Cook, the British explorer? He sailed around the world twice,” I said. 4. “Yes, I have. Cook made three voyages to the Pacific Ocean, and each voyage was more exciting than the one before,” she replied.

266 Week 27 Day 3 5. Cooks second voyage however seems a most hardest of the three, he was looking for the continent of antarctica. 6. He was unable to confirm that the continent existed because mountains of ice hided it from view.

267 Week 27 Day 3 5. Cook’s second voyage, however, seems the hardest of the three. He was looking for the continent of Antarctica. 6. He was unable to confirm that the continent existed because mountains of ice hid it from view.

268 Week 27 Day 4 7. As far as we know,captain cook was the first european to reach the hawaiian islands, he call them the sandwich islands. 8. Cook named them islands for britains chief naval minister the earl of sandwich.

269 Week 27 Day 4 7. As far as we know, Captain Cook was the first European to reach the Hawaiian Islands. He called them the Sandwich Islands. 8. Cook named those islands for Britain’s chief naval minister, the Earl of Sandwich.

270 Week 27 Day 5 9. I plan too write a report about cook for the historical societys contest, its not due until march , but I’m starting an out line now. 10. I goed to the library this after noon and found that there is a lot of information about this daring explorer.

271 Week 27 Day 5 9. I plan to write a report about Cook for the Historical Society’s contest. It’s not due until March 8, 1997, but I’m starting an outline now. 10. I went to the library this afternoon and found that there is a lot of information about this daring explorer.

272 Week 28 Day 1 1. My great uncle is coming too visit on Friday. I think him is about eighty five years old but I’m not sure. 2. He is my most funniest relative and I enjoy his visits. His hair raising stories is always wonderful.

273 Week 28 Day 1 1. My great uncle is coming to visit on Friday. I think he is about eighty-five years old, but I’m not sure. 2. He is my funniest relative, and I enjoy his visits. His hair raising stories are always wonderful.

274 Week 28 Day 2 3. Uncle andrew is going to say to I, sit down, carrie, and listen to this story it’s hard to believe I survived! 4. Well I’ll surprise he this time. I’ll talk about an survivor in the book, island of the Blue Dolphins.

275 Week 28 Day 2 3. Uncle Andrew is going to say to me, “Sit down, Carrie, and listen to this story. It’s hard to believe I survived!” 4. Well, I’ll surprise him this time. I’ll talk about a survivor in the book, Island of the Blue Dolphins.

276 Week 28 Day 3 5. The book island of the blue dolphins are about an indian girl named karana, her lived alone on a island. 6. Other people once live on the island but karana were left behind when them sailed away.

277 Week 28 Day 3 5. The book, Island of the Blue Dolphins, is about an Indian girl named Karana. She lived alone on an island. 6. Other people once lived on the island, but Karana was left behind when they sailed away.

278 Week 28 Day 4 7. the story of karanas adventures are amazing. To survive, she construct shelter found food and made weapons. 8. its astonishing to I that she could fight wild dogs! One wounded dog became her friend and she name him rontu.

279 Week 28 Day 4 7. The story of Karana’s adventures is amazing. To survive, she constructed shelter, found food, and made weapons. 8. It’s astonishing to me that she could fight wild dogs! One wounded dog became her friend, and she named him Rontu.

280 Week 28 day 5 9. Carrie, uncle andrew commanded, don’t stop there didn’t her family never rescue she? 10. “the only thing I will tell you I said, is that this well written story is based on real events.

281 Week 28 day 5 9. “Carrie,” Uncle Andrew commanded, “don’t stop there. Didn’t her family ever rescue her?” 10. “The only thing I will tell you,” I said, “is that this well written story is based on real events.”

282 Week 29 Day 1 1. Lyric poems is like music, there sounds and rhythm appeals to the ear. 2. poets expresses they’re feelings through lyric poetry. Some poems arent long than four or five lines.

283 Week 29 Day 1 1. Lyric poems are like music. Their sounds and rhythms appeal to the ear. 2. Poets express their feelings through lyric poetry. Some poems aren’t longer than four or five lines.

284 Week 29 Day 2 3. on tuesday, mrs. shelby told we students about a great poet emily dickinson. 4. Dickinson one of the bestest lyric poets, was born on december in amherst, massachusetts.

285 Week 29 Day 2 3. On Tuesday, Mrs. Shelby told us students about a great poet, Emily Dickinson. 4. Dickinson, one of the best lyric poets, was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts.

286 Week 29 Day 3 5. Dickinson wrote more than 1,700 poems. Most of them poems werent never published during her lifetime. 6. Mrs. Shelby said, shes the greater poet in american literature. What talent this quiet woman had

287 Week 29 Day 3 5. Dickinson wrote more than 1,700 poems. Most of those poems weren’t published during her lifetime. 6. Mrs. Shelby said, “She’s the greatest poet in American literature. What talent this quiet woman had!”

288 Week 29 Day 4 7. Mrs. Shelby added now we’re going to read some poems by dickinson, many of this poems are about nature. 8. “She wrote about other topics to. One poem is about a train it use words that sound like a train!

289 Week 29 Day 4 7. Mrs. Shelby added, “Now we’re going to read some poems by Dickinson. Many of these poems are about nature.” 8. “She wrote about other topics too. One poem is about a train. It uses words that sound like a train!”

290 Week 29 Day 5 9. this poem I Like to See It Lap the Miles compares a train to a horse. Thats clear to we readers from the last line. 10. joe and I reading a poem aloud. Its words sounds and beat is fun to recite.

291 Week 29 Day 5 9. This poem, “I Like to See It Lap the Miles,” compares a train to a horse. That’s clear to us readers from the last line. 10. Joe and I are reading a poem aloud. Its words, sounds, and beat are fun to recite.

292 Week 30 Day 1 1.It’s impossible not to admire Gordon Parks. He is surely one of the more versatile mans in the world! 2.this incredable artist has beed a movie director, poet, novelist, photographer and musician.

293 Week 30 Day 1 1.It’s impossible not to admire Gordon Parks. He is surely one of the most versatile men in the world! 2.This incredible artist has been a movie director, poet, novelist, photographer and musician.

294 Week 30 Day 2 3.gordon parks was born on novenber , in fort Scott kansas. 4.He began to explore photography when him was fifteen, later, this leaded to a job with Life magazine.

295 Week 30 Day 2 3.Gordon Parks was born on November 30, 1912, in Fort Scott, Kansas. 4.He began to explore photography when he was fifteen; later, this led to a job with “Life Magazine.”

296 Week 30 Day 3 5.Parks photographed gangs in harlem, as well as famous peoples, such as winston churchill. 6.in one of his book, A Poet and His Camera, Parks illustrated poems with photographs he had tooken.

297 Week 30 Day 3 5.Parks photographed gangs in Harlem, as well as famous people, such as Winston Churchill. 6.In one of his books, A Poet and His Camera, Parks illustrated poems with photographs he had taken.

298 Week 30 Day 4 7.in parks novel, the learning tree, he relate the story of an African American family in the midwest. 8.This family often faces terrable problems but the family itself remain strong and loving.

299 Week 30 Day 4 7.In Park’s novel, The Learning Tree, he relates the story of an African American family in the Midwest. 8.This family often faces terrible problems, but the family itself remains strong and loving.

300 Week 30 Day 5 9.Parks one of our most famousest photographers teached himself photography. 10. He has inspired Iris and I. We want too learn and experience as much as possable.

301 Week 30 Day 5 9.Parks, one of our most famous photographers, taught himself photography. 10. He has inspired Iris and me. We want to learn and experience as much as possible.

302 Week 31 Day 1 1.us students is researching african animals and I have learned that there are thousands of different species. 2.Just one book show pictures of thirtyfive species of mammals birds insects and fish.

303 Week 31 Day 1 1.We students are researching African animals, and I have learned that there are thousands of different species. 2.Just one book shows pictures of thirty-five species of mammals, birds, insects, and fish.

304 Week 31 Day 2 3.“Your obbjective today, ms. Rojas said, is to narrow your topic. Choose a animal you find interesting.” 2.I choosed chimpanzees. This topic leaded me to jane goodall, a english zoologist who studies chimps.

305 Week 31 Day 2 3.“Your objective today,” Ms. Rojas said, “is to narrow your topic. Choose a animal you find interesting.” 2.I chose chimpanzees. This topic leaded me to Jane Goodall, an English zoologist who studies chimps.

306 Week 31 Day 3 5.Goodall started to study chimps in 1960 in Tanzania africa. Her wrote reports books and films about them. 6.She has getted more closer to chimpanzees than any other scientist by imitiating the chimps behaviors.

307 Week 31 Day 3 5.Goodall started to study chimps in 1960 in Tanzania Africa. She wrote reports, books, and films about them. 6.She has gotten closer to chimpanzees than any other scientist by imitating the chimps’ behaviors.

308 Week 31 Day 4 7.People use to think that chimpanzees eated mostly fruits and vegetables and ocasionally mouses and insects. 8.Jane Goodall observed chimpanzees eating young mokeys and pigs! This fact surprise scientists.

309 Week 31 Day 4 7.People used to think that chimpanzees ate mostly fruits and vegetables and occasionally mice and insects. 8.Jane Goodall observed chimpanzees eating young monkeys and pigs! This fact surprised scientists.

310 Week 31 Day 5 9.In my oppinion, the stranger thing of all are that a group of chimps will kill off another group! 10. Obbviously, us humans is not the only creatures that hunt use tools and make war!

311 Week 31 Day 5 9.In my opinion, the strangest thing of all is that a group of chimps will kill off another group! 10. Obviously, we humans are not the only creatures that hunt, use tools, and make war!

312 Week 32 Day 1 1.“Paul Bunyan, said the storyteller, was a giant lumberjack. The stories of his incredible strength is fantastic”! 2.At 130 P.M. every Friday, a storyteller comes to our class his name is Joe A Pepper.

313 Week 32 Day 1 1.“Paul Bunyan,” said the storyteller, “was a giant lumberjack. The stories of his incredible strength are fantastic!” 2.At 1:30 P.M. every Friday, a storyteller comes to our class. His name is Joe A. Pepper.

314 Week 32 Day 2 3.“There’s many tall tales about superheroes who are larger than life,” mr. pepper explained to we. 4.Paul bunyan very big. It took ninetyseven axs to measure him from side to side,” he claimed.

315 Week 32 Day 2 3.“There are many tall tales about superheroes who are larger than life,” Mr. Pepper explained to us. 4.“Paul Bunyan was very big. It took ninety-seven axes to measure him from side to side,” he claimed.

316 Week 32 Day 3 5.Bunyan invented logging in the northwest. To float them big logs to a mill, he scoop out puget Sound in washington. 6.Mr. Pepper asked “Did he stop with that my friends? No he did not he went on to shovel out the great lakes!”

317 Week 32 Day 3 5.Bunyan invented logging in the Northwest. To float those big logs to a mill, he scooped out Puget Sound in Washington. 6.Mr. Pepper asked, “Did he stop with that, my friends? No, he did not. He went on to shovel out the great lakes!”

318 Week 32 Day 4 7.Babe was Bunyans giant blue ox who would supose that an ox could haul a whole forest of logs. 8.between all our great legends, there’s no subbstitute for paul bunyan and his faithful ox.

319 Week 32 Day 4 7.Babe was Bunyan's giant blue ox. Who would suppose that an ox could haul a whole forest of logs? 8.Among all our great legends, there’s no substitute for Paul Bunyan and his faithful ox.

320 Week 32 Day 5 9.After he finish this fabulous tall tale, Joe a. Pepper suplied each of we with a list of books. 10. “One of those books, Paul Bunyan: A Tall Tale, is excellent. Both the story and the art is well done,” he concluded.

321 Week 32 Day 5 9.After he finished this fabulous tall tale, Joe A. Pepper supplied each of us with a list of books. 10. “One of those books, Paul Bunyan: A Tall Tale, is excellent. Both the story and the art are well done,” he concluded.

322 Week 33 Day 1 1.Many of our most beloved fairy tales is stories that were first told orally, later, they was written down 2. Different cultures has different versions of some tale, one example is the story about Cinderella.

323 Week 33 Day 1 1. Many of our most beloved fairy tales are stories that were first told orally. Later, they were written down. 2. Different cultures have different versions of some tales; one example is the story about Cinderella.

324 Week 33 Day 2 3. In the book sootface, robert d. San Souci retells a Cinderella story that is popular with native americans. 4. The tale has two lazy sister, a hard-working sister and a young man who is looking for a wife

325 Week 33 Day 2 3. In the book Sootface, Robert D. San Souci retells a Cinderella story that is popular with Native Americans. 4. The tale has two lazy sisters, a hard-working sister, and a young man who is looking for a wife.

326 Week 33 Day 3 5. Two german brothers, jacob and wilhelm grimm, gathered more than two hundred tales. What an inpressive task. 6. Did you know that some of their stories includes “Rapunzel, Snow- White, and Hansel and Gretel.”

327 Week 33 Day 3 5. Two German brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, gathered more than two hundred tales. What an impressive task! 6. Did you know that some of their stories included “Rapunzel,” “Snow-White,” and “Hansel and Gretel”?

328 Week 33 Day 4 7. The Grimm brothers writed down stories from people around kassel, germany, and them also found stories in books. 8. These stories is often imcredibly heroic scary and fantastic!

329 Week 33 Day 4 7. The Grimm brothers wrote down stories from people around Kassel, Germany, and they also found stories in books. 8. These stories are often incredibly heroic, scary, and fantastic!

330 Week 33 Day 5 9. Janet said I’ll never forget august I was in the southwest, and I heared a pueblo storyteller.” 10. She added “I’d love to tell you them tales but I can’t possibly inprove on that storytellers style!”

331 Week 33 Day 5 9. Janet said, “I’ll never forget August 10, I was in the Southwest, and I heard a Pueblo storyteller.” 10. She added, “I’d love to tell you those tales, but I can’t possibly improve on that storyteller’s style!”

332 Week 34 Day 1 1. “I won’t never remember all my lines by next Wednesday”! exclaimed Shannon. 2. “Yes you will Shannon. Just relax and learn them one line at a time,” mr. vitelli said confidantly.

333 Week 34 Day 1 1. “I will never remember all my lines by next Wednesday!” exclaimed Shannon. 2. “Yes, you will, Shannon. Just relax and learn them one line at a time,” Mr. Vitelli said confidently.

334 Week 34 Day 2 3. “maybe you’d feel more confortable if you weared a mask like the ancient greeks did,” suggested Doug. 4. “Your right! The audience won’t know me,” said Shannon. “I be feeling better now. Thanks Doug”!

335 Week 34 Day 2 3. “Maybe you’d feel more comfortable if you wore a mask like the ancient Greeks did,” suggested Doug. 4. “You’re right! The audience won’t know me,” said Shannon. “I am feeling better now. Thanks, Doug!”

336 Week 34 Day 3 5. Italian actors must have been nervous in the 1400s they performed in the presence of royalty. 6. Leonardo da Vinci a true genius designed a revolving stage for a dukes wedding play but he never builded it.

337 Week 34 Day 3 5. Italian actors must have been nervous in the 1400s. They performed in the presence of royalty. 6. Leonardo da Vinci, a true genius, designed a revolving stage for a duke’s wedding play, but he never built it.

338 Week 34 Day 4 7. In england during the 1300s, plays showed the influince of religion one play was about noah’s ark. 8. The common people start to participate and the performances was moved outdoors.

339 Week 34 Day 4 7. In England during the 1300s, plays showed the influence of religion. One play was about Noah’s ark. 8. The common people started to participate, and the performances were moved outdoors.

340 Week 34 Day 5 9. Clowns jugglers and acrobats was included in every play, even at christmas and easter. 10. The spectators were very patiant. They often standed outdoors all day. Watching the plays.

341 Week 34 Day 5 9. Clowns, jugglers, and acrobats were included in every play, even at Christmas and Easter. 10. The spectators were very patient. They often stood outdoors all day watching the plays.

342 Week 35 Day 1 1. “Students I have a surprize,” Mrs. Grant said to we. “ John j. Crew will visit us on Monday.” 2. Pete shouted, Oh i know him! He specialises in reciting stories. I saw he at a theater.”

343 Week 35 Day 1 1. “Students, I have a surprise,” Mrs. Grant said to us. “John J. Crew will visit us on Monday.” 2. Pete shouted, “Oh, I know him! He specializes in reciting stories. I saw him at a theater.”

344 Week 35 Day 2 3. Its been one of my fondest wishs to hear Mr Crew recite “The Pied Piper of Hemelin” by robert browning. 4. Browning’s narrative poem is written in verse but it has a plot a setting and characters.

345 Week 35 Day 2 3. It’s been one of my fondest wishes to hear Mr. Crew recite “The Pied Piper of Hamlin” by Robert Browning. 4. Browning’s narrative poem is written in verse, but it has a plot, a setting, and characters.

346 Week 35 Day 3 5. As crew recites the poem, my friends and me can visualise them rats running all over hamelin. 6. The piper agree too rid the town of rats he does this by playing a tune and luring they away.

347 Week 35 Day 3 5. As Crew recites the poem, my friends and I can visualize those rats running all over Hamelin. 6. The piper agrees to rid the town of rats; he does this by playing a tune and luring them away.

348 Week 35 Day 4 7. The town of Hamelin break it’s promise, the mayor and the town council refuses to pay the piper. 8. The piper get revenge. The sound of his pipes lure the children away to. Then he and them disappear.

349 Week 35 Day 4 7. The town of Hamelin breaks its promise. The mayor and the town council refuse to pay the piper. 8. The piper gets revenge. The sound of his pipes lures the children away too. Then he and they disappear.

350 Week 35 Day 5 9. However one little lame boy is left behind. He misses his friends but him is sure their happy. 10. Us students loved the poem. Between all the visitors to all our class, John J. Crew was the best!

351 Week 35 Day 5 9. However, one little lame boy is left behind. He misses his friends, but he is sure they’re happy. 10. We students loved the poem. Among all the visitors to all our classes, John J. Crew was the best!

352 Week 36 Day 1 1. You can tell an story with out a single word Your face, arms, and legs can exspress ideas dramaticaly. 2. Pantomime referrs too acting through movement. It beginned in ancient rome.

353 Week 36 Day 1 1. You can tell a story without a single word. Your face, arms, and legs can express ideas dramatically. 2. Pantomime refers to acting through movement. It began in ancient Rome.

354 Week 36 Day 2 3. A roman mime actor weared masks to sugest different characters, musisians and a chorus suported him. 4. In the 1700s, peoples in england atended pantomime plays that was imfluenced by italian comedies.

355 Week 36 Day 2 3. A Roman mime actor wore masks to suggest different characters; musicians and a chorus supported him. 4. In the late 1700s, people in England attended pantomime plays that were influenced by Italian comedies.

356 Week 36 Day 3 5. In the 1800s, an American george L. Fox pantomimed well known stories. Foxs fans loved he as humpty-Dumpty. 6. In modern times, Marcel marceau becomed known around the world for his increduble pantomine skills.

357 Week 36 Day 3 5. In the 1800s, an American, George L. Fox, pantomimed well- known stories. Fox’s fans loved him as Humpty-Dumpty. 6. In modern times, Marcel Marceau became known around the world for his incredible pantomime skills.

358 Week 36 Day 4 7. Last Friday, uncle Fred took me and Jon to a pantomime play at a tellevision studio. What a wonderous occasion that was. 8. The actors in the play was outstanding and every one in the audience was mesmerised.

359 Week 36 Day 4 7. Last Friday, Uncle Fred took Jon and me to a pantomime play at a television studio. What a wondrous occasion that was! 8. The actors in the play were outstanding, and everyone in the audience was mesmerized.

360 Week 36 Day 5 9. I asked “Arent there any limitts to what mimes can do? Uncle Fred were you amazed”? 10. Yes I was! Them are famous mimes and a performance like theirs occurs once in a lifetime” he said.

361 Week 36 Day 5 9. I asked, “Aren’t there any limits to what mimes can do? Uncle Fred, were you amazed?” 10. “Yes, I was! They are famous mimes, and a performance like theirs occurs once in a lifetime,” he said.


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