Mrs. Pavlovics   

   

October 23rd - 27th

First Marking Period

Week 8

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
English 7

LEARNING TARGET:

- recognizing adjectives in a sentence and using adjectives in a sentence

-  Benchmarks:

L7:4:A, L7:4:B; RL7:1, RL7:2

Vocabulary List #8

decrepit, defendant, refreshing, replenish, resentment, concurrent, dilemma, embellish, embezzle, redundant

Grammar - Adjectives

p. 496

Part A - Concept Check

p. 497 #1-12

Subject / noun / Adjective

Grammar - Adjectives

p. 509

Part A - Identifying Adjectives

#1-14

Grammar - Adjectives

p. 498

Part B - Application in Literature: Recognizing Adjectives

#13 - 17

Part C - Application in Writing a Description

No less than seven sentences in length using ten or more adjectives

Spelling / Vocabulary Test

Adjective Worksheet

** Accelerated Reader Points due

November 1st - 10 points **

English 8

LEARNING TARGET: 

- understanding the climax in the novel A Day No Pigs Would Die

Benchmarks:

L8:4, L8:6, RI8:3, RI8:6

List #8

barren, keen, toting, fester, husbandry, sheath, cipher, prim, abide, steward

ALL SENTENCES ABOUT THE NOVEL

A Day No Pigs Would Die

Chapter 13

A Day No Pigs Would Die

Chapter 14-15

Test over the novel

A Day No Pigs Would Die

Spelling / Vocabulary Test

Writing Assignment:

Five Years Later

** Accelerated Reader Points due

November 1st - 12 points **

 

English 9

LEARNING TARGET:

- understanding irony

Benchmarks: 

RI.9-10:5, RI.9-10:1

Vocabulary Unit 4 Quick Write: Write about a time when you made a mistake when forming an opinion of someone during the first meeting. Describe the assumptions made and tell what you learned about him or her later. (No less than seven sentences in length)

Literature: The Open Window

by Saki

pages 18-21

Literature:

The Open Window by Saki

Questions: 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 15

Find an example of situational irony and verbal irony - explain the irony

Literature:

Lamb to Slaughter

by Dahl

Questions to follow the story

Vocabulary Unit 4 Quiz

Quiz over the stories

The Open Window and

Lamb to Slaughter

Yearbook

LEARNING TARGET:

- working on putting layouts together

Benchmarks:

Michigan ARCH.9-12.19.0605.M.5.54 (9-12)

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