Middle School English

Learning

Homework for week of 10/23

Effective Date: 
Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Final draft guidelines for English are as follows: Times New Roman, 12 pt font, double spaced, 1 inch margins.

Everyone needs a composition book for English. This was written on the course curriculum guide that went home on the first week of school. We will be using them to create interactive notebooks for grammar. Students should bring their composition books to class each day.

Subject

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

6A English

Write first 10 ten prepositions (aboard-at) on pg 63, 5 times each (on a separate sheet of paper. NOT in your interactive notebook!); complete WB pg 55

No class

Make sure to have this Monday's homework ready for next Monday. (no class today due to presentation)

No class

No class

6B English

No Class

Write first 10 ten prepositions (aboard-at) on pg 63, 5 times each on a separate sheet of paper; complete WB pg 55

No Class

Do next 10 prepositions 5 times each (you should have 40 prepositions, 5 times each in total); WB pg 56

Do next 10 prepositions 5 times each (you should have 40 prepositions, 5 times each in total); WB pg 69, 70

7A English

Quiz on Semicolons and Colons (Wednesday) ; WB pgs 295, 297

No class

Write down 5 or 6 exciting experiences you can write about for your narrative paragraph; Study for semicolons and colons test (moved to Monday).

No class

No class

7B English

No Class

WB pgs 295; final typed draft of constucted response due Thursday; Study for semicolons/colon quiz (Friday)

No class

WB pg 296

Write down 5 or 6 exciting experiences you can write about for your narrative paragraph; Study for semicolons and colons test (moved to Tuesday).

8A English

WB pgs 98, 99

No class

WB pgs 100, 101; quiz on verbals (next Wednesday)

No class

No class

8B English

No Class

WB pgs 98, 99

No class

WB pgs 100, 101; quiz on verbals (next Thursday

See Thursday's homework