Ppt on articles for grade 1

Welcome to Curriculum Night! Ms. McRorie 7 th Grade Social Studies.

us understand the world in which we live -7 th Grade SS Common Exam @ end of year is based on these standards - 48 MC questions Units of Study 1st Nine Weeks: Unit 1: Social Studies 101 Unit 2: Renaissance and Reformation Unit / thinkers and writers. Interactive notebooks are used for class notes, as well as for other activities where students are asked to express their own ideas and process the information presented in class. Right side = teacher side (notes, articles, vocab, etc) Left side = student /


1 New Developments in Nanotechnology WS 2014/15 Stefan Diez, Cordula Reuther, Till Korten (TU Dresden, B CUBE) Introduction Dresden, October 13 th, 2014.

1 New Developments in Nanotechnology WS 2014/15 Stefan / transport systems in cell biology and nanotechnology Development of innovative technologies for high throughput drug discovery Increase specificity of compounds Silica biomineralization and underwater adhesion Structure and mechanisms of /Make sure to be very familiar with the article Practice the talk at a blackboard Practice what to draw Check timing Hand in hardcopy of an outline of before presenting Grades according to quality of the presentation (based/


The ORC in grades 4-6 Bawlf School November 12, 2013 Jamie Davis, ORC Coordinator.

of the grade 3-6 science curriculum and 87% of grade 1-6 science curriculum PowerKnowledge: Earth Space O Curriculum areas covered: O Grade 4 Light and Shadows, and Waste and Our World O Grade 5 Weather Watch, and Wetland Ecosystems O Grade 6 Sky/ Alberta Source O Free website accessible to anyone, no login required ever O Although recommended for grades 6-12 good fit to Div II Social Studies curriculum O Includes articles, video, audio, images and primary documents related to: O Alberta’s history (First /


Punctuating Titles Review Mrs. Fennig 7 th grade English.

Punctuating Titles Review Mrs. Fennig 7 th grade English Underlining (Italics)  Use underlining or italics for titles and subtitles of books, plays, periodicals, films, television series, works of art, and long musical works. Quotations  Use quotation marks to enclose the titles of short works such as short stories, poems, songs, episodes of television series, essays, articles, and chapters and other parts of books. You/


9 th Grade Advanced Science Writing Prompts. Geology Articles Choose ONE of the following questions and write a 3-5 paragraph essay to answer that question.

Grade Advanced Science Writing Prompts Geology Articles Choose ONE of the following questions and write a 3-5 paragraph essay to answer that question. Be sure to provide an intro and conclusion to your essay. Be sure to use information from the article/information from the article as well as from our class notes and discussions when writing your essay. New Ice Age 1. Describe in /in the future? Why or why not? Support your answer. Food For Thought How food affect the evolution of bipedalism, large brains, and/


GOOD MORNING! Please find your graded papers on the front table: Summer Homework & Socratic Seminar papers Then we will set up our spirals into three sections:

graded papers on the front table: Summer Homework & Socratic Seminar papers Then we will set up our spirals into three sections: DMAs Notes Vocabulary Please take out the pink and green handouts that I gave you Friday. DMA QUESTION TUES. SEPT. 8: Write a 5 – 7 sentence paragraph reflection on the article you read for/connotation. Examples of loaded words: democracy, patriotism, slavery, Nazi, communism, bully, etc. 1. ASSERTION noun Def: A declaration or a statement Sample sentence: We could not believe John/


Personal Choice Reading Get out your PCR book and read for 15-20 minutes Get out your PCR book and read for 15-20 minutes Remember, your reading program.

grade before the first grading period (Oct 17 th ) Our 2 nd Socratic Seminar—the last major grade before the first grading period (Oct 17 th ) You will be able to revise this one for a higher grade, but the revisions won’t show up until the next grading/ Annotating Articles We’ll have three (3) articles to work with this week. We’ll have three (3) articles to work with this week. Substantially mark up Article #1—NHS’s dress code policy and a few additional resources Substantially mark up Article #1—NHS’s/


Off to College, but which way do I go? By: Mike Serino Grade Level: 11- Social Studies / Geography.

go? By: Mike Serino Grade Level: 11- Social Studies / to attend and how you wish to get to your respective university for a visit. Task You are graduating high school in the near future/ Procedure Step 1.) All work including the actual driving directions print-out will be stapled together and handed into your instructor. Procedure Step 1 You will access/com/education/best- colleges/articles/2011/04/04/10-steps-to-picking-the-right- college http://www.usnews.com/education/best- colleges/articles/2011/04/04/10/


Smarter Balanced sample Performance Assessment Grade 8, Argumentative Task: Robot Pets Session 1 (60 minutes) Read Article 1, “The Rise of the Robot Pet”

Smarter Balanced sample Performance Assessment Grade 8, Argumentative Task: Robot Pets Session 1 (60 minutes) Read Article 1, “The Rise of the Robot Pet” by Elena Soto Video 1: Fugitsu’s cute teddy- bear robot shows what it can do, May 2010. http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=AwWeN1ARy74 http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=AwWeN1ARy74 (1:58) Video 2: Pleo: Robot, pet or both/


Making nouns plural review 7 th grade Spanish Chapter 1 Lesson 4.

test – M If you’re saying Breathe Be thankful that you are in 7 th grade and that this is a mini. There are rules that make figuring out the gender of these words easy! But for today all you have to do is remember the following 2 rules and 3 words./if I want to refer to a specific noun(s)? Part 3: Definite articles In English we use the definite article: ‘THE’ The pen The dogs The desk The lions In Spanish, to say “THE” we use the definite articles 1.El 2.La 3.Los 4.Las Co-op learning activity YouTube Video /


You decide: variety is the ‘spice’ of life! Every week, choose a task to complete for homework. You should make an effort to choose tasks of varying ‘heat’.

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◈ Subject : High School English ◈ Grade : 1 st grade ◈ Unit : LESSON 7 How to Get a Great Idea (4-6/10) Presenting how to get a great idea.

◈ Subject : High School English ◈ Grade : 1 st grade ◈ Unit : LESSON 7 How to Get a Great / about creativity on BBS Summarizing Summarize the article about INVENTION TRIVIA QUIZ on BBS http://www.ideafinder.com/history/fqp.htm Upload the summary and the article Upload the summary and the article Searching and summarizing how to get a / Conclusion-how to get a great idea ■ Online Test for post study ■ E-learning to use web tools ■ Upload - A picture with vivid descriptions from newspaper sites Home Assignment


C enter for the A dvancement of T eaching ‘T o A dvance the A rt and S cience of T eaching’ ● F AILURE.

M. (2010, July 20). Influence of Grading Practices on Motivation to Learn. Retrieved from http://www.education.com/reference/article/influence-grading-practices-motivation/. http://www.education.com/reference/article/influence-grading-practices-motivation/ C enter for the A dvancement of T eaching ‘T /’ cat@xula.edu ● http://cat.xula.eduhttp://cat.xula.edu Talk About It Communicate to your students that: 1) they are going to make mistakes; and 2) understanding the nature of those mistakes can be the key to/


Introduction to waves Monday, March 21, 2016. Unit 11: Waves Monday, 3/21 Pick up a warm-up sheet and the Spring fever article and do the following: 

the article (do not write on it)  Commit to three things you will do to combat ‘spring fever’ and finish the year strong with pride. Write your commitments on your warm-up Upcoming dates:  Friday, 4/1 /17 – Rube Goldberg Project due (test grade)  Monday, 5/23 – Bottle Rocket launch day  Tuesday, 5/31 – Exam review due (it is 30% of your exam grade) Where we’ve been  We /your paper up wait for further instructions. Cool Down  What role does a medium play in energy transformation of a /


7 TH GRADE WARM UPS ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS CCSS.ELA – TOPICS “Burning Out at Nine”

7 TH GRADE WARM UPS ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS CCSS.ELA – /facts, statistics, and quotations from the experts included in this article show positive or negative effects of busy schedules for children?” 8-25-15 Analytical Paragraph In the article entitled, “Burning out at nine,” written by Nadya Labi, /15 (Wed) ESSENTIAL QUESTION Why are the referenced experts in this article considered credible and valuable to support the author’s argument? 8/27 - (RL.7.1)(RL.8.1) QUIZ Friday – Quiz: “Burning Out at Nine” Answer in /


Opening Assignment Have your Syllabus on your desk with the signature page facing up. Pick up a copy of the article “Why Study History?” and read independently.

are some reasons that Mr. Stearns lists for studying history? How has history been used in the past? Why should history be studied? Page 1 paragraph 4. How does history offer us evidence/ at home this evening. You will make an argument for the study of history and will use quotes from the article as evidence to support your position. You should also / turn in at the beginning of class tomorrow. Grading This is an essay assignment (25% of Q1 Grade) and will be graded using the rubric on the last page of your/


How to Write a How-to Article 4 th Grade Writing.

Write a How-to Article 4 th Grade Writing Lesson 1  What makes a good how-to article?  A how-to article teaches the reader how to do something. The instructions for a board game are a kind of how-to article. So is a set of directions to your school. Here are some things to remember when you write a how-to article. Introduction  The introduction of/


Current Events Guide for Writing the Science Current Event Article Summary Ms. Pellicano Grades: 6,7,8.

The first sentence of your summary should tell the name of website or newspaper article, date of the article, author, and name of the article. In your own words write a summary of the article that is 8 sentences long. You may find that you need more than 1 paragraph for your summary. Include the following in your summary: Who is involved? What happened When did/


9th Grade English 10/02-14/02/2014. ARTICLESArticles : a(n) vs the  a/an + singular nouns When we mention something for the first time ○ There is a.

9th Grade English 10/02-14/02/2014 ARTICLESArticles : a(n) vs the  a/an + singular nouns When we mention something for the first time ○ There is a microwave in the kitchen.  No a/ an before plural nouns o Dogs are great pets. /about something in general o Dogs are friendly animals Exercises: Put ‘ a, an, the ’ in the following sentences. Draw a line if no article is possible. 1)_____ Mr Smith is _____ teacher. 2)I live in _____ Paris. 3)_____ English is _____ popular language. 4)Can you play _____ violin/


F LEXIBLE A CCESS TO A UTHORATATIVE R ESOURCES FOR G RADES 7-12 Golden Hills School Division PD Day September 19, 2014 Jamie Davis, ORC Coordinator.

-Aid from Alberta Education to The Alberta Library (TAL) Return on Investment (ROI) calculation of 3:1 for Alberta Schools *for the purposes of supporting K-12 patrons W HY S HOULD STUDENTS ACCESS THE ORC? ORC Resources: /available) SMARTTEXT searching capabilities Create notes within article and save to an account Create article permalinks Recommended for grades 7-12 W ORLD H ISTORY I N C ONTEXT Recommended for grades 7-12 Excellent support for grade 8 Social Studies curriculum Ability to perform Boolean/


ANDREAS HERI KURNIAWAN, 2201405016 GRAMMATICAL ERRORS IN INDONESIAN - ENGLISH A DESCRIPTIVE TEXT TRANSLATION : (A CASE STUDY OF THE GRADE NINTH OF THE.

INGGRIS - FAKULTAS : Bahasa dan Seni - EMAIL : andrew_heliax pada domain yahoo.com - PEMBIMBING 1 : Drs. Jan Mujiyanto, M.Hum. - PEMBIMBING 2 : Dr. Dwi Anggani LB, /DESCRIPTIVE TEXT TRANSLATION : (A CASE STUDY OF THE GRADE NINTH OF THE BILINGUAL STUDENTS OF SMP 18 SEMARANG /error in the use of preposition, article, pluralization, pronoun, and conjuction. /-Hall, Inc. Gay, L.R. 1987. Educational Research Competencies for Analysis and Application. United States of America: Meril Publishing Company. Hornby/


Background to the Constitution Asaro/ Rasmussen 6 th Grade.

Constitution Asaro/ Rasmussen 6 th Grade Setting the stage The US/legislators stop seizing land and print more money-they did not August 1786-Daniel Shays and 1,000 farmers rebelled and tried to seize arms from a state warehouse. State militia put / showed weakness of government under Articles of Confederation Many feared future rebellions and called for a stronger central government 1787-Congress sent delegates to a convention in Philadelphia to revise Articles of Confederation Enlightenment influence in /


Strategies for Writers Grade 8 © Zaner-Bloser, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Argument Writing What is Argument Writing? Argument writing gives the writer’s.

You can find argument writing in many different places. Advertisements Letters to an editor Book reviews Magazine articles Newspaper columns Strategies for Writers Grade 8 © Zaner-Bloser, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Argument Writing Traits Clearly stated claims, balanced by/ in grammar, usage, and mechanics Argument Writing Strategies for Writers Grade 8 © Zaner-Bloser, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Argument Writing Good argument writing includes the following features: 1.Writer’s claim on a topic 2.Clear reasons/


An Introduction to Poetry WebQuest

to you. You will need to write down some notes on the information you find to help you construct your products for the three assigned tasks. History of Poetry Use the following links to find out why poetry was created, the uses /.com/teen-poetry-contest.asp “Types of Poetry”: http://www.poemofquotes.com/articles/poetry_forms.php “What is Poetry?”:http://www.poetry.org/whatis.htm Evaluation Task 1: This assignment will be graded out of 100 points. The assessment will be broken down as follows: Biography/


Inclusion Instructional Strategies Reading Comprehension Grades 5-7 By: Sharon Lenhart Heidi Raitt Jo Lynne Cady.

for reading and summarizing newspaper and magazine articles or short stories Extra-credit for reading and summarizing newspaper and magazine articles or short stories Practice identifying the main idea for various styles of writing Practice identifying the main idea for/.SpecialEd.net Teaching Materials Tips For Parents 1.Read with your child and discuss/grade level Can search by grade level Provides links to materials and curricula for multiple literacy subjects Provides links to materials and curricula for/


Poster Presentation. Scientific Communication Journal articles Conferences –Talks (short and long) –Posters.

Journal articles Conferences –Talks (short and long) –Posters Context of Posters Convey information Concise Presenter is available to answer questions Types of Posters Experimental research Information and review What is a Poster? Text and figures Roughly 1.5 / to evaluate on the day you aren’t presenting Same grading criteria as me My evaluation = 75% of grade Student evaluation = 25% of grade 15% penalty to own poster for failing to complete required evaluations On-line Documentation Helpdesk: Large/


Presented by: Mrs. O’Brien P.S. 194M How Can We Improve Grades At P.S. 194m?

School Policy About Poor Grades? Right now the policies addressing poor grades are for students to be held over, or go to summer school. Teachers and students are expected to do their best to get good grades. If we had a policy about poor grades (besides what is listed above), what would it look like? 3 Prospective Policies to Improve Poor Grades: #1: Class Participation If a/


10 th Grade Eng. II Week 4. Journal #2: Difficult Decisions 9/8 Tim O’Brien faces a difficult decision in “On the Rainy River.” Have you ever faced a.

Grade/construct and why? Include: well-developed paragraph of 5 sentences. DOLS, 9/11 1. When asked if life is worth living, did Charles’ great-grandmother really say/, hands, and health—these are what the four H’s in 4-H stand for.” CP Eng. III Friday, Sept. 12 OBJECTIVES: Common Assessment Page 49 in textbook/Assessment Publications Week 4 Monday OBJECTIVES: Weekly Reports ADS—collect and contact NEWSPAPER— articles and interview YEARBOOK— theme and ladder ASSIGNMENTS: Volleyball Game— need someone to cover/


Annotated Bibliography (Major Grade) -You will get a Use-of-Computer-Time Grade each of the 4 days we are on the COWS. You will get a 50 if you talk too.

copy). Objectives Type 5-7 summaries and evaluations of articles you found on your topic.  Max. grade for 5 summaries/evaluations = 80%  Max. grade for 6 summaries/evaluations = 90%  Max. grade for 7 summaries/evaluations = 100% “Max.” means your grade could be less than that if you don’t follow/’t need a printed copy).  Turnitin.com instructions on next slide… Step-by-step Setting It Up the First Time 1) Go to turnitin.com. 2) If you remember the email and password you used last year, you can click on /


Coaching for Design Design Process. © Schlechty Center, All rights reserved. How We’ll Do Our Work Turn off cell phones. Begin and end on time. Ensure.

Design Qualities to Emphasize © Schlechty Center, All rights reserved. Prewriting Parts 1 and 2 Think of the students for whom this work is intended. Identify their grade level(s) and unique abilities and challenges. Reflect on the types of / state standards for reading, language arts, and U.S. history for sixth grade. Concepts taught include structural features of literature, evaluation and revision, and U.S. history. Content Sentence: Students will be able to create accurate news articles depicting the /


Chapter 3 A Look at the ConstitutionConstitution Preamble and the First Four Articles.

Articles Today’s Agenda Have Your Textbook Finish 3.1 Slide Show Finish Constitutional Scavenger Hunt Homework Scavenger Hunt Due Friday (1 grade off every day late) Objectives Open textbook to page 362 How is the Constitution organized? What is the first section called? How many Articles/judicial system Promote peace among citizens Provide protection to citizens Promote good life for the many And make sure it lasts Describe Article I. Deals with the Legislative branch States the powers & requirements of /


Grade 7 Advanced Reading.  Standard: LFAS.7.RI.2.5 Analyze the structure an author uses to organize a text, including how the major sections contribute.

Grade 7 Advanced Reading  Standard: LFAS.7.RI/ before you leave class today.  On the inside front cover of your booklet write a brief 1-2 sentence summary of what the article “A Way out of the Landfill” was about.  Yesterday we identified the text structure and answered/ of the article supported the central idea.  Today as you read you are going to look for some specific cause and effect relationships.  Complete the cause and effect chart on pg. 4 in your booklet.  After reading the article a second /


Kentucky Virtual Library Cool Research Tool for Cool Kids like …

850 Grade 5850 to 1050 Grade 6800 to 1030 Grade 7950 to 1075 Grade 81000 to 1100 Grade 91050 to 1150 Grade 101100 to 1200 Grade 11 & Grade 12 1100 to 1300 JFK Article Try it Out 1.How do you search? 2.Where do you find your citation or give your reference? 3.How do you find material on your grade level? 4.How do you find complete articles? Password for Home/


Background to the Constitution Queen Asaro 6 th Grade.

the Constitution Queen Asaro 6 th Grade Enlightenment Background  Video – (FLOCABULARY/ claims-Maryland agrees to Articles. Land given to federal government  Land Ordinance of 1785- Townships set up & divided into 36 squares. Squares were then sold  One section set aside for schools-reflected nation’s/demanded legislators stop seizing land and print more money-they did not  August 1786-Daniel Shays and 1,000 farmers rebelled and tried to seize arms from a state warehouse. State militia put down rebellion,/


F LEXIBLE A CCESS TO A UTHORITATIVE R ESOURCES FOR G RADES 7-12 Chinook’s Edge PD Day October 27, 2014 Jamie Davis, ORC Coordinator.

-Aid from Alberta Education to The Alberta Library (TAL) Return on Investment (ROI) calculation of 3:1 for Alberta Schools *for the purposes of supporting K-12 patrons W HY S HOULD STUDENTS ACCESS THE ORC? ORC Resources: /available) SMARTTEXT searching capabilities Create notes within article and save to an account Create article permalinks Recommended for grades 7-12 W ORLD H ISTORY I N C ONTEXT Recommended for grades 7-12 Excellent support for grade 8 Social Studies curriculum Ability to perform Boolean/


Governments Ashleigh Felkins FBCS 6 th Grade History April 26, 2006.

Governments Ashleigh Felkins FBCS 6 th Grade History April 26, 2006 Table of Contents Main DocumentMainDocument –ArticlesArticles –AmendmentsAmendments –START for Gov’t Congress/LegislativeSTART for Gov’t Congress/Legislative –House of / the branches of government Legislative Executive Judicial Back Amendments Are after the articles Explains our rights and freedoms Modify the Constitution Back Congress/Legislative In article 1 of the Constitution We have branches to balance the power Elects House/


6 th Grade Pre-AP English 1 st 6 Weeks. Table of Contents DateTitle of AssignmentPage # Aug. 29Novel Connections6 Aug. 29Summer Reading Vocabulary7 Aug.

6 th Grade Pre-AP English 1 st 6 Weeks Table of Contents DateTitle/2012-Activity Title: Summer Reading Vocabulary pg. 7 – Text-to-text connections Relating two writings (books or articles) to each other Ex: A Single Shard-Crane Man’s advice relating to Shakespeare – Text-to-world /2012-Activity Idioms T-chart with text and interpretation Illustrate one or two idioms Group share-list for novel Cultural connections Free write on students’ cultural background Class discussion of culture Groups identify cultural /


Global Biomes in the Global Classroom Anna Nelson-Lenhart 7 th Grade.

living in different biomes Opportunity to gather data for future projects Weaknesses: Possibility of lack of cooperation/ Students will have formative and summative assessment Will be graded on: – each assignment – Participation in the global/topics are synchronized and everyone stays on task Week 1 Topic: Climate, temperature, and pressure Constructing climatograms/problems in their environmental community when they create their newspaper articles. Digital Citizenship: Students will only use safe sites to/


 Irvington Public Schools: PARCC INFORMATION. 2 What is PARCC? Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers PARCC is a consortium.

standards for grades 3-8 and high school 3 SAMPLE TEST ITEMS ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS Literary Analysis Task Read 2 stories Answer multiple choice questions. Reading Comprehension. Vocabulary Write essay based on stories read 4 GRADE 3 ELA Literary Analysis Task 5 GRADE 8 ELA Literary Analysis Task 6 GRADE 11 ELA Literary Analysis Task 7 SAMPLE TEST ITEMS Grade 3. 2 articles or digital source Grade 4/


3 rd grade Writing Conventions 1.2 (1Q) Identify subjects and verbs that are in agreement and identify and use pronouns, adjectives, compound words, and.

. 7. The girls (dance, dances) to the beat. 8. The players (practice, practices) for the big game. S P S S S PP P 3 rd grade Writing Conventions 1.2 (1Q) Identify subjects and verbs that are in agreement and identify and use pronouns, adjectives, compound words, and articles correctly in writing and speaking. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only/


Language Arts - 216 Do I want this car … ? Do I want this car … ? … or do I want that other car? … or do I want that other car? Instructions for the Compare/

. In the City of Westfield, there are seven elementary schools from kindergarten to grade five, there are two middle schools from grade six through grade eight, as well as two high schools. In a well-developed composition, compare/ for your essay: Model #1 Introduction At least two introductory sentences – introducing your TOPIC Include a THESIS statement Compare likenesses of both articles At least three details Contrast differences of both articles At least three details Closing Pick a pattern for your/


Digital Citizenship Mrs. Campbell Fifth Grade Collins Elementary School.

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Department of Mathematics and Science Office of Academics and Transformation Elementary Science Pacing and Content Grade 4 November 8, 2013 8:30am-3:30pm.

, Curriculum Support Specialist Millard Lightburn, District Supervisor Department of Mathematics and Science Office of Academics and Transformation LUNCH Articles Group #1: The Art of Argumentation Group #2: Supporting Ideas with Evidence Group #3: Claims, Evidence, Reasoning Group/ Kidd (305)995-4188 Option 1: Share information with your grade level. Submit agenda, sign in sheet, and follow up form. Option 2: Submit a 5 E’s lesson plan for your current grade. Science Department Department of Mathematics and/


Lessons for Teaching Research & Reference Presented by MDMSA.

and information from the article to support your answer. Sample FCAT Questions Middle Level The information in this article could best be used for a student research project about The information in this article could best be used for a student research project/ the data in a passage for research purposes How you could organize the data in a passage for research purposes Research Model #1 FINDS FINDS –FOCUS on the information needed –INVESTIGATE resources to search for answers to information questions –NOTE/


SQUADS #4 Learning Intentions - Today, I am going to address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Main Ideas and Author’s Approach 20-23. 2.Supporting.

answer to each question. You may refer to the passages as often as necessary. You have 4 Minutes to read your passage! 11 th Grade Reading #1.Which of the following best encompasses the author’s purpose for this article? A. Washington wanted to interview King’s children. B. Washington wanted to spark controversy. C. Washington wanted to collect diverse ideas and opinions on/


Warm Up-7 th Grade Monday, November 2 No Warm-Up, Update TOC Homework Due Today: *No Homework due today Homework: Volcano Brochure due Monday 11/9 Science.

this cycle every month. Which student do you agree with and Why? Homework Due Today: * Stamping for your “Reasons for the Seasons Article” #1 on your assignment sheet Homework: Volcano Brochure due Monday 11/9 Science fair data chart, graph and analysis due/ 11/17 Warm Up- 7 th Grade Friday, November 6 Enrico and Leah live in opposite hemispheres. Enrico /


November 3, 2015 English/Language Arts 7 th Grade Dr. Carter G. Woodson Middle School Academy Ms. Cox.

to help you annotate the last section. Focus on how individuals or society overcame this conflict/problem. Formative Writing Task #1  Remember, Formative Writing Tasks count as quizzes. Use the grading rubric to help you write the best paragraph you can. In the article, “For the World’s Poor, Drinking Water Can Kill” by Addie Moorefoot, explain how an individual perseveres in the face/


C Satirical News Article. Getting Started... Read the article “6-Year-Old Stares Down Bottomless Abyss Of Formal Schooling.” There are copies of the article.

Schooling.” There are copies of the article on your tables! As you read,/also evaluate your group members and their score on your evaluation will potentially impact your grade. What you turn in needs to be polished and follow MLA formatting. Your editorial/able to access it each day in class – no exceptions. Please plan accordingly. Day 1: What you will be doing today Select your problem – no two groups in class /no excuse for not working on the assignment. EDITORIAL DUE: Tuesday January 19, 2016 @ the end /


P ARTS OF S PEECH O VERVIEW Adjectives. T HE A DJECTIVE What kind?Which One or Ones? How Much or How Many? Korean children seventh grade several days.

or Ones? How Much or How Many? Korean children seventh grade several days busy dentist these countries five dollars braided hair any book/ Q UARTER -S HEET... Identify the type of each of the following adjectives: Adjective Article?Demonstrative?Proper?“Muggle?” 1. Hideous 2. The 3. This 4. An 5. Approachable 6. Friendly 7. / interesting items from the sea. When the tide ebbs, it leaves behind wonderful treasures for watchful beachcombers. A number of different species of beetle like this part of the beach/


By: Niraj Kumar Automatic Essay Grading Novelty Detection 1. 2.

work towards: 1.Information reuse in scholary articles 2.Novelty Detection Reference 1.Tuomo Kakkonen, Niko Myller, Jari Timonen, and Erkki Sutinen; Automatic Essay Grading with Probabilistic Latent Semantic Analysis; Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Building Educational Applications Using NLP, pages 29–36, Ann Arbor, June 2005. 2.Jill Burstein, Martin Chodorow, Claudia Leacock: CriterionSM Online Essay Evaluation: An application for Automated Evaluation of/


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