--Pick up the "Mid-Mini-Unit Assessment/Writing Assignment" document from the front table. Also, take out any materials that you have that will help you complete today's writing task (e.g., your copy of "St. Lucy's...", your writing packet, an outline, etc.).
--Find your name card and sit in the corresponding desk. (The cards are alphabetized.)
S. the C.
- information written on chalkboard and mini-whiteboard pointed out (notes about organization and parenthetical references)
Assessment/On-Demand Writing -- "St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves" Mini-Unit Mid-Mini-Unit Assessment/Writing Assignment
--complete the assessment/writing assignment quietly and independenlty--good luck!
--When you finish your best work, place your document in the black basket on the front table. Engage in free reading for the remainder of the class block.
--Read your free reading book for at least 15 minutes between now and next class. Your book must be finished by early-November. ALWAYS BRING YOUR FREE READING BOOK TO CLASS.
Backburner Goals (Mr. Martin's Note-to-Self):
- Revisit methods for finding key details in nonfiction (use notes from last class later in school year)
- Review the parts of speech as introduction to our grammar work/in order to aid in vocabulary study