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Lesson Plans Third Nine Weeks Jan Bennitt
Thursday, January 7, 2010 Beethoven for your listening pleasure! Periods 1,2, and 5 Return Papers Review Exam Figurative Language Pre-Test Period 3: Welcome Lunch Procedure Explore Fairy Tales “The Tinder Box” 1 st : 9:42-10:31 2 nd : 10:35-11:23
Friday, January 8, 2010 Periods 1,2, and 5 Finish reviewing the semester test The Rise of Empires pages Sentence Variation Fact Sheet New York Times Upfront: Read pages 3-5 and Period Three: Finish “The Tinder Box” Develop a definition for a fairy tale Compare a “fairy tale” to a myth, legend, and fantasy Begin the Figurative Language Pre-Test
Monday, January 11, 2010 Periods 1,2, and 5: New York Times Upfront: Read pages 3- 5 and Complete “The Rise of Empires” pages Begin “The Cop and the Anthem”
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 Period 1,2, and 5: Return papers Clear folder Complete “The Cop and the Anthem” and “The Raffle Book” Punctuation Video Sentence Variation Fact Sheet Punctuation PowerPoint Punctuation Practice Period Three Hans Christian Anderson Video: Segment #1 Hans Christian Anderson Biography Thumbelina Fairy Tale must be in class tomorrow
Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Period 1,2, and 5: Return papers Clear folder Review “The Cop and the Anthem” and “The Raffle Book” Begin Figurative Language Pre- Test Period Three Hans Christian Anderson Biography Thumbelina Create Fairy Tale Plot Chart
Thursday, January 14, 2010 Report Cards (See Bell Schedule on next slide) Go over Figurative Language Pre-Test Part I; Do Part II Punctuation Video Punctuation PowerPoint Sentence Variation Fact Sheet Punctuation Practice Period Three: Finish Thumbelina: Create Plot Chart Hans Christian Anderson Video: Part II Read Hans Christian Anderson Biography Create plot chart for your favorite fairy tale
Thursday Bell Schedule 9:30 Homeroom—distribute report cards—report cards are in homeroom teacher boxes. 9:38 exit homeroom 9:42 Begin 1st period 10:31 End 1st period 10:35 Begin 2nd period 11:23 End 2nd period
Friday, January 15, 2010 No School on Monday Commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King: Reading Selection: “Letter from the Birmingham Jail” Finish Figurative Language Lesson; take post-test Period Three: Finish Thumbelina: Create Plot Chart Hans Christian Anderson Video: Part II Read Hans Christian Anderson Biography Create plot chart for your favorite fairy tale Begin Fairy Tale Movie Poster
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 PowerPoint and handout: Nuts and Bolts of Writing: Sentence Combining Fact Sheet Sentence Combining and punctuation practice: “Ten girls tried out…” and “I worked out at the gym…” Upfront: “Locked Away Forever” Crime and Punishment Sixth Grade Reading: Thumbelina Plot Chart Chart Your Fairy Tale
Wednesday, January 20, 2010 Punctuation Practice: “I worked out at the gym…” “Upfront “Locked Up Forever” Period 1 and 2 : What is a Utopian Society? Why is it difficult to create one? What kind of laws would it have? Period 5: Does everyone deserve a fair trial and a competent defense? Sixth Grade: Read bio of Hans Christian Andersen and take notes Take Part I of the Figurative Language Pre-Test Take home the fairy tale to read if I had to give you one Have it read for tomorrow!
Thursday, January 21, 2010 Period 1 and 2: Free Write: Can there ever be a perfect world? “Effective Leads” PowerPoint Introduction to Utopia Complete Anticipation Guide Take notes from website Read Chapter One of The Giver Period 5 Should juveniles be sentenced to life in prison without parole? “Effective Leads” PowerPoint UpFront: They Sat Down to Stand Up Finish Figurative Language Pre- Test Create a plot chart for your fairy tale. Read your plot chart to a partner. “Elements of Fiction” PowerPoint Homework: Review Figurative Language Errors for Post-Test tomorrow
Friday, January 22, 2010 Period 1 and 2: Grammar Quiz: Science, Music, and Art “Effective Leads” PowerPoint Per. 2 from “leads list” Introduction to Utopia Complete Anticipation Guide Take notes from website Read Chapter One of The Giver Period 5 Finish PowerPoint and take some notes Rewrite your lead paragraph UpFront: They Sat Down to Stand Up Introduce PBS.org webquest Take the Figurative Language Test Finish the plot chart for your fairy tale. Read your plot chart to a partner. Take notes on the “Elements of Fiction” PowerPoint Next Week: Pre-Test and Reading Center Orientation
Monday, January 25, 2010 Seventh Grade: “The Badger…” Comma Practice Finish your description of characteristics of Utopia Complete P-Point and re-write Utopia Essay Lead Notes on Utopian Societies Eighth Grade Return Papers “The Badger…” Comma Practice Upfront: “They sat down to stand up… Assign research and summary Issue Books and begin reading Sixth Grade: Finish fairy tale plot chart Take RFU Reading Center Pre- Test
Tuesday, January 26, 2010 Seventh Grade: Practice with appositives Complete Utopia Essay Lead Paragraph Finish your description of characteristics of Utopia Notes on Utopian Societies Quotes from Sparta: “"Add a step forward to it." A Spartan mother to her son when he complained his sword was too short. Sixth Grade: Complete RFU Placement Test Self-Check Complete fairy tale plot chart Orientation to RFU Eighth Grade: Practice with appositives Instructions for research assignment To Kill A Mockingbird page 1
Wednesday, January 27,2010 Quotes from Sparta "Because we fight close to the enemy." King Agesilaos when asked why their swords were so short. Catchy, Huh? Let’s look at some “Little Red Riding Hooks…” Seventh Grade: Read about Lycurgus of Sparta and his dream of a utopian state Sixth Grade: Read about Lycurgus of Sparta and discuss what makes a great leader Eighth Grade: Quotes from Sparta "Because we fight close to the enemy." King Agesilaos when asked why their swords were so short. Catchy, Huh? Let’s look at some “Little Red Riding Hooks…” To Kill A Mockingbird Continue Chapter One Continue Homework research
Thursday, January 28, 2010 Seventh Grade: NP,app, practice Finish the reading “Lycurgus, Father of Sparta”. Writing Assignment:: Was Sparta an ideal place with perfect laws, a “Utopia”? Use information from yesterday’s reading to support your answer. Write a strong lead. Use these “Little Red Writing Hooks”. Sixth Grade: Finish the reading “Lycurgus, Father of Sparta”. Writing Assignment: Was Lycurgus a good king? Use information from yesterday’s reading to support your answer. Write a strong lead. Use these “Little Red Writing Hooks”. Eighth Grade NP,app, practice Writing Assignment:: Was Lycurgus a good king? Use information from yesterday’s reading to support your answer. Write a strong lead. Use these “Little Red Writing Hooks”. Continue chapter one of To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes from Sparta "Either with it or upon it." Spartan mothers to their sons in regards to their shields.
Friday, January 29, 2010 Quotes fro Sparta: "Why is it you Spartan women are the only ones who rule over your men?" An Athenian Woman. "Because we are the only women too who give birth to real men." a Spartan woman. Seventh Grade: Apposotive Quiz Utopia Pre-Reading Activities The Giver Chapter One Sixth Grade Return Papers RFU Round #1 Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story Eighth Grade Appositive Quiz To Kill A Mockingbird, Chapter One
Monday, February 1, 2010 Seventh Grade: New York Times Upfront: Free Reading 15 minutes Debate page 22 Writing Workshop: ”Show, don’t tell!” Write a persuasive essay lead paragraph. Utopia Notes Sixth Grade: SRA Center Round #1 The Ben Carson Story Eighth Grade New York Times Upfront: Free Reading 15 minutes Debate page 22 Writing Workshop: ”Show, don’t tell!” Write a persuasive essay lead paragraph. To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter One Timeline Research is due tomorrow, but the deadline is extended until Thursday.
Tuesday, 2/2/10 Eighth Grade Writing: Show me the Money!! From Slide #5: Show, don’t tell. Should we reinstate the draft? Grammar Practice: LB,S and,embed, “Beause I have branches and leaves…” To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter One Research DUE THURSDAY!! Seventh Grade: Finish “Show, don’t tell.” Write lead paragraph: Should we reinstate the draft? Grammar Practice: LB,S and,embed, “Beause I have branches and leaves…” The Giver: Chapter One Sixth Grade: Jamestown Reading Center: “Wild Side: Bizarre Endings” Sample Lesson Gifted Hands, continue Chapter One
Wednesday, Seventh Grade: Adverb Clause Practice (Take home to study for Friday Quiz) PowerPoint: Effective Conclusions Continue The Giver SGA Candy-Grams Fifty Cents Before School At Lunch Sixth Grade: RFU Reading Center Ben Carson Eighth Grade: Adverb Clause Practice (Take home to study for Friday Quiz) PowerPoint: Effective Conclusions Continue To Kill A Mockingbird TIMELINE RESEARCH DUE TOMORROW
Thursday, Language Arts Grammar Practice Persuasive PowerPoint Write Conclusion to “Draft” Essay Eighth Grade: Read Research to the class Sixth Grade: MSS Reading Center Ben Carson
Seventh Grade: Persuasive Essay checklist/Review Subordinate Clause quiz The Giver: Chapter One Sixth Grade: RFU Center Ben Carson Eighth Grade: Turn in late research. Subordinate Clause Quiz Review Draft Plan for “Should America Reinstate the Draft?” Essay; write the conclusion paragraph Free Reading: New issue of Upfront
Monday Seventh Grade: (Note: Period One will not meet tomorrow because of Writes Upon Request; You will report directly to your testing group. Sentence Rule of the Week: Complex Sentences and sentence Connectors Expository Writing PowerPoint Read In Upfront Magazine Discuss your reading Sixth Grade: SRA Center Collect Answer Sheet Bizarre Endings: Lesson One Collect answer sheet Eighth Grade Sentence Rule of the Week: Complex Sentences and sentence Connectors Collect Research AssignmentReview Draft Plan for “Should America Reinstate the Draft?” Essay; write the conclusion paragraph. TKM: Chapter One
Writes Upon Request First Period and shortened Second Period. Second Period: Camelot as a Utopian society: The Sword in the Stone. Sixth Grade: RFU (Collect) Bizarre Endings Lesson 2: Collect Eighth Grade: Grammar Drill: Adverb Clauses Jim Crow Stories: Student Presentations To Kill A Mockingbird: Complete Chapter One
Seventh Grade: Grammar Drill: Adverb Clauses Utopian Societies The Giver Chapter Two Sixth Period: Disasters Reading Center Eighth Grade: Collect Jim Crow Research To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter One; Complete Reading Responses
Seventh Grade: Utopia Notes: Age of Enlightenment Gulliver’s Travels Gulliver’s Travels video Sixth Grade: Multiple Skills Series Ben Carson Eighth Grade: Chapter One Reading Response
Seventh Grade: Complex Sentence Quiz Update Notes: Add notes on Gulliver’s Travels Age of Enlightenment Timeline Activity The Giver: Chapter One and Two; Rules and Ceremonies Chart Sixth Grade: RFU Reading Center The Ben Carson Story Eighth Grade: No Folders; Just books! Video: 1931 To Kill A Mockingbird Study Guide
Monday, I will be out tomorrow; be respectful to your guest teacher, Mr. Whitlow. Seventh Grade: Second period: adverb clause quiz New Rule: S;sc,S Practice The Giver: Read through Chapter Four Rules and Ceremonies Chart Chapter 1-5 Study Guide Sixth Grade: MSS (Green Answer Sheet) Bizarre Endings, Lesson Three Distribute tomorrow’s RFU Eighth Grade: Return Research Drafts New Rule: S;sc,S Practice To Kill A Mockingbird Read through Chapter Five.
Wednesday, Progress Reports Return Signed Reports by Friday Seventh Grade: FCAT Review Test The Giver Chapter 1-5 Study Guide Sixth Grade: RFU Center Ben Carson Eighth Grade: FCAT Review Test To Kill A Mockingbird (TKM) Chapter One Reading Responses
Thursday, TURN IN SIGNED PROGRESS REPORT Seventh Grade: FCAT Practice Test Mark the Text Sixth Grade: Disasters Reading Center Eighth Grade FCAT Practice Test Mark the text.
Friday, Seventh Grade: Turn in all FCAT Practice Tests Quick Write: Sensory Words and adventure The Giver Chapters 1-5 Reading and Study Guides Eighth Grade: Collect Jim Crow drafts if ready TKM Chapter 4 and 5 You are listening to 1930’s jazz from the time of the novel
Monday, Free Rice.com Seventh Grade: Turn in FCAT Sample Test if you took it home The Giver - Chapter 1-5 Study Guide The Giver “Love” essay Sharpen Up: Unit 8 Sixth Grade: SRA Reading Center Bizarre Endings Lesson 3 (complete) Eighth Grade Catch-Up Day FCAT Sample Test TKM Reading #1 Green Book- pages xvi - xvii
Tuesday, Seventh Grade: Free Rice Vocabulary The Giver Chapter 1-5 Work with a partner to finish rules and ceremonies chart and reading guide FCAT Sample Test Intensive Analysis The Giver: Love Essay Sixth Grade: MSS Bizarre Endings Lesson 3 Eighth Grade: FCAT Sample Test Analysis Extended Response Re-do Time is almost up…
Thursday, Seventh Grade: Free Rice FCAT Sample Test Analysis Sixth Grade Critical Reading Series Lesson #3 Eighth Grade: New York Times Upfront: Work with a partner to complete the activities
, Friday Seventh Grade: Free Rice Disttribute Test Item Analysis Finish going over the test Send Test Booklet home Sixth Grade: RFU Reading Center Ben Carson Eighth Grade: Free Rice Discuss Upfront Stories To Kill A Mockingbird
Seventh Grade: Collect signed FCAT booklet Free Rice Grammar and Vocabulary The Giver: Overview of what will be on the final test Announce Ch1-5 test on Wednesday NYTimes Upfront : Facebook Article and graph activity Sixth Grade: SRA Center Bizarre Endings Selection #4 Eighth Grade: Free Rice Grammar and Vocabulary Critical Thinking Test Form #3 TKM Chapter One Character Analysis: Discuss and Collect
Seventh Grade: Free Rice Collect signed FCAT booklets Sensory words Quick Write The Future as Utopia: Science Fiction…The Time Machine Interpreting a Graph: Internet Use (complete the activity) You’re COOL! Sixth Grade: MSS Reading Center (New Answer Sheet- Start with Unit #10) Bizarre Endings Lesson # 4 Eighth Grade Free Rice Sensory Words Quick Write To Kill A Mockingbird Selected Scenes
Seventh Grade: Return Writes Upon Request Descriptive paragraph: Describe H.G. Well’s city of the future. The Giver: Quiz on Chapter 1-5 Upfront: Free Reading Sixth Grade: RFU Center (New Answer Sheet) Sharpen Up: Inference and Conclusion Eighth Grade: Quick Write: 1930’s Southern Main Street Discuss the rest of TKM Chapter One Reading Responses Read Chapter 6 and 7
A Southern Main Street 1930’s
Seventh Grade: Complete The Giver Quiz Interpreting a Graph: Internet Use (complete the activity) Critical Thinking Test #3 Questions Sharpen Up Unit 8: Author’s Purpose Sixth Grade: Disasters Selection # 4 Sharpen Up: Inference from page 73 Author’s Purpose Eighth Grade: Critical Thinking Test #3 Questions Sharpen Up Unit 8: Author’s Purpose
Seventh Grade: Sharpen Up: Complete Author’s Purpose pages Poetry and Figurative Language Pages 127- 130 Sixth Grade: RFU Reading Center Sharpen Up: Complete Inference and Conclusion p Sharpen Up: Poetry and Figurative Language pages Eighth Grade: Sharpen Up: Complete Author’s Purpose pages Review Poetry and Figurative Language pages
Seventh Grade: Sharpen Up: Complete Author’s Purpose pages Poetry and Figurative Language Pages 127- 130 NYTimes Upfront Complete the graph activity and reading questions Sixth Grade: SRA Reading Center (New Answer Sheet) Sharpen Up: Complete Inference and Conclusion p77-82 Poetry and Figurative Language pages Eighth Grade: Sharpen Up: Complete Author’s Purpose pages Review Poetry and Figurative Language pages Complete TKM Chapter One Reading Responses NYTimes Upfront Complete the graph activity and reading questions
FCAT Schedule 9:30-2:15: Testing Group 2:20-3:00 1st Period: The Time Machine 3:05-3:45 2nd Period: The Time Machine
FCAT Schedule 9:30-2:15: Testing Group 2:20-3:00 5th Period: Work on timeline display 3:05-3:45 6 th Period
Thursday, Seventh Grade: Free Rice Return Papers NY Times Upfront: Complete the articles and discussion Sixth Grade: Return Papers Jamestown Series: New Book! Eighth Grade Prepare timeline presentation Begin sharing Post as completed TKM Chapter 8
Friday, Positive people are not afraid of trying difficult tasks. If you only try the easy problems, you will never know the victory over the hard ones. Seventh Grade: Free Rice NYTimes: Upfront Free Speech The Giver: Chapter 6-7 Chapter 6-9 Reading Guide Sixth Grade: Pi Day!! RFU Center Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story Eighth Grade: Review Quiz Presentations: Leslie Ceballos: Ku Klux Klan and the Ratification ogf the Fourteenth Amendment Tim Durning: The Enforcement Acts and The Civil Rights Act of 1875 To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter Eight
Answer the following Questions in complete sentences on your own paper: What political party did Abraham Lincoln belong to? What did the radical right-wing of his party want him to do that he didn’t want to do? What was an abolitionist? In September of 1862, what option did Lincoln give the southern states to avoid losing their slaves? What was Lincoln’s top priority? Why did Lincoln sign the Emancipation Proclamation in January of 1863? Why was the Freedman’s Bureau created? How long was it supposed to last? Why didn’t President Andrew Johnson want it to continue? Under President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction, what did the southern states have to do to get back in the Union? What would the result have been if Johnson had gotten his way? Who did northern voters put in power in 1866, stopping Johnson’s power?
Monday, Happiness is a habit. Practice unhappy attitudes and become an unhappy person. Don’t talk yourself into being unhappy. Let positive thoughts become your habits! Seventh Grade: Free Rice The Giver Chapter 8-10 Complete Chapter 6-9 Guide Introduce SGA Essay Contest Sixth Grade: SRA Center Ben Carson Eighth Grade: Review Notes Presentations: Brandon Graham: The Hayes-Tilden Election Kaniya Grady: The founding of the Tuskeegee Institute TKM: Chapter 8 and 9 Chapter 3-8 Open Book Test
The Making of Heroes “Democracy has not come easy for United States. A long and deadly civil war can attest to that. Those who fill military roles believe the values of their country serve to make it a better country. Many American lives have been affected by the fighting and loss of life in various wars around the world in the past and today. Their heroism and why they fought for United States must never be forgotten.” What makes a hero? One kind of hero is a military hero. Are there military heroes in your family tree? A website devoted to the stories of military heroes is Read the page for General Benjamin Oliver Davis, Jr. It will give you a good idea of the kinds of information you will want to include in your essay. Perhaps your father, brother, aunt, grandparent, cousin, sister, or great-grandparent has an untold story of military service. This is your chance to write that story. Research that family hero. Interview him/her, your parents, and other family members who can help you with your research. Create a list of his/her achievements, like those in General Davis’s biography. Now choose the most meaningful achievements from the list to highlight in a 500 to 750-word essay about your family hero. You’ll want to write about your relationship to this hero and how the accomplishments of her/his service have inspired you and your family. Your finished document must be Arial 11 point font, 1 ½ spaced, and the text must be justified. The title must be centered at the top and your name must be centered under the title. Submit two copies of your essay to Mrs. Bennitt in room 41 no later than 1:00 on March 26 th or submit the document electronically, attached to an to by that same Essays will be selected for publication in a booklet to be presented to our guests at the Raa Dinner Theater on April 22 nd. A panel of judges will choose a first-place winner from that booklet to receive a gold iPod Nano, provided by Pro Bank. The second and third-place winners will each receive a $50.00 and $25.00 iTunes gift card respectively.
Tuesday, “ A positive person knows that the best preparation for tomorrow is to do TODAY’S WORK SUPERBLY WELL!” Seventh Grade: Period One: The Giver: Open book quiz on chapters 1-8 Period Two: Read Chapter 8,9 Quick Write with Sentence Variety Sixth Grade: Multiple Skills Series Center Ben Carson Chapter 6 Eighth Grade: Quick Write with Sentence Variety TKM Chapter 8,9 Announcements: Spring Dance Dinner Theater Essay Contest
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 An Old Irish Blessing May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields and, until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. Sixth Grade: RFU Center Bizarre Endings: Lesson 5 Eighth Grade: Finish Chapter 9 of TKM Open Book Quiz: TKM Chapter 1-8 History/Culture Timeline Activity Seventh Grade: Finish The Giver Test on Chapter 3-8 The Giver: Illustrated Words For your assigned word: Write the definition Write a sentence using the word that tells about something that happens in the story or describes something or someone in the story. Draw an illustration of that description.
Thursday, March 18, 2010 “A positive mental attitude is both taught and caught!” LOST AND FOUND BY THE GYM TODAY ONLY!!!! Seventh Grade: Present your illustrated words Discuss your Essential Rules More Utopian Societies Video: “In Search of…Shangri- La” Sixth Grade: Critical Reading Series! Eighth Grade: Timeline Presentations and Notes Ida B. Wells Flees Memphis and The Atlanta Compromise Speech: Jamal Douglas Handout: Lynchings in America Work on Open Book Quiz
Shangri-La Shangri-La is the name of a fictional kingdom in a novel written by James Conrad in The novel is called Lost Horizon. It was based on the hindu myth of Shambala, a place said to be in the mountains of Tibet. An expedition to find Shambala was taken by two South American monks, disguised as Hindu pilgrims, in the sixteenth century. Father Andrate wrote an account of their expedition.
Friday, March 19, 2010 When a positive person grows weary while in pursuit of his goal, he stops to REST, not to quit!” Seventh Grade: Video: In Search of Shangri-La Part II Utopia Notes Distribute The Giver Chapter Reading Guide Begin Chapter 11 (Period 1) or Chapter 10 (Period 2) Sixth Grade: Review Bizarre Endings Lesson 5&6 Ben Carson Chapter 6 Eighth Grade; Finish Open Book Test Timeline Presentations from Natalie Dix: Plessy v. Ferguson and The Spanish-American War John Lewis, of the Buffalo Soldiers Tenth Cavalry, “ Lakeland is a beautiful little town, but with all its beauty, it is hell for the colored people who live here.” TKM: Chapter Nine and Ten
Monday, March 22, 2010 "Try not to become a man of success. rather become a man of value.” Albert Einstein Seventh Grade: The Giver: Vocabulary Review List #1,2,3 (Quiz tomorrow) Continue The Giver Sixth Grade: SRA Reading Center (New Answer Sheet) Ben Carson: Finish Chapter 7 Eighth Grade: Continue TKM to complete chapter 10 and Chapter 9-10 Reading Response
Tuesday, March 23, 2010 Seventh Grade: Fictional Utopia: Brigadoon The Giver: Vocabulary Quiz Sentence Variety Activity Finish Chapter 13 Sixth Grade: Bizarre Endings Lesson 7 MSS : Finish Ben Carson: Finish Chapter Seven Eighth Grade: Timeline Presentations Brandon Dugas: Williams v. Mississippi and The Wilmington Riots TKM: Chapter Eleven: Mrs. Dubose Reading Response
Wednesday, March 24, 2010 Seventh Grade The Giver Vocabulary List #4 Complete Plato assignment Sixth Grade: MSS Lessons Ben Carson : Chapter Eight “College Choices” Eighth Grade TKM: Timeline Presentation Emily Bolde: The Blues Finish Chapter Eleven Chapter 9-10 Reading Quiz (Open Book) Be sure that timeline notes are complete!!
Thursday, March 25, 2010 Seventh Grade: Return/Make-up Vocabulary Tests Complete/Collect Plato Assignment The Giver : Chapter 14 Essay: “Permission to Lie” Sixth Grade: Jamestown Series Center Ben Carson: College Choices Eighth Grade: Collect Timeline notes and summaries Choose the two events from that you find most important and summarize them. Explain why you think they are the most significant events. Staple the summaries to the timeline notes and turn them in. Frontline: “A Class Divided” e/shows/divided/
Friday, March 26, 2010 Seventh Grade: (Period Two finish chapter 14) Complete and collect Reading Guide Ch Essay: “Permission to Lie” Sixth Grade: Jamestown Reading Center Ben Carson: Finish Chapter Nine Character Sketch: Ben growing up Eighth Grade: Frontline: “A Class Divided” Teaching the adults ws/divided/ Collect Timeline notes and summaries Choose the two events from that you find most important and summarize them. Explain why you think they are the most significant events. Staple the summaries to the timeline notes and turn them in.