This week we will finish the novel Heat, by Michael Lupica, where we used the elements of fiction to determine how the author developed the theme and advanced the plot forward. Remember to read to reach your AR goal before the end of the year. Also, the Advanced & Gifted students need to continue working on the Baseball/Softball Complex research project to make sure the project is completed by May 15th. The third, sixth, and ninth week of the grading period will have an extra credit USA Test Prep assignment. Remember to do these assignments to raise your grade!
Remember to read! If you reach 100% of your AR goal by the 50% date, April 12th, you will earn 10 extra credit points! Also, remember, every third week you can earn up to 10 extra credit points by doing the USA Test Prep quiz that pops up. Have a great week!
***Extra, Extra Read All ABout It! *** 2016-2017 Sunshine State Books - For those of you that would like to gain an extra field trip, the librarian hosts a Sunshine State Book challenge. All students that read and AR test on all of the Sunshine State Books by the beginning of March will be eligible for the trip. For a complete list and a review for all of the Sunshine State Books, look at the 2016-2017 Sunshine State Book List PDF link below. Happy reading!
If you have not purchased your supplies yet, the necessary supplies for language arts in 2016-2017 are:
Language Arts-Regular and Advanced:
· 2 Thick Plastic Folders with three brads to hold papers, or one 1/2 binder with pockets.
· 2 packs of sharpened pencils (to be turned in to the teacher)
Please bring your supplies to school as soon as possible.
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