Make Your Own Progress Report; Dog in the Night-Time

13 May

Make Your Own Progress Report!

Today you will get to see your grades for the 4th quarter so far, as well as the rest of your grades for the year. Then you will look at the progress report comments and give yourself appropriate comments based on your grades.

Progress Report Self Evaluation

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

We will continue reading the book.

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Identify Main Idea; Finish Vocabulary Slide Show

10 May

Today we will meet in the Library.

Go to Quizziz and use the code: 097191

Also, if you have not finished your Two Word Tuesday Slideshow, be sure to complete it.

Have a great weekend!

Make Your Own Two Word Tuesday Slide!

9 May

presenting in front of class

Today you will create your own Two Word Tuesday Slide

Log into your Sachem Google account. (How to log in to your Sachem Google account)

Follow the directions carefully!

  • Each person will be given a vocabulary word.
  • You can work with ONE partner.
  • You and your partner will create a Google Slide for each word.
  • In the coming weeks, you and your partner will present your word to the class on Two Word Tuesday.
  • Get the slide template here.
  • Click File->Make a Copy.
  • Name your file “[Period] [Your Names] Two Word Tuesday” (for example: “3 Bob Jones and Mary Smith Two Word Tuesday”)
  • Create your slide.
  • Click the blue share button.
  • Enter my email address: bfunk@sachem.edu
  • Click “Done.”

 

Reading Dog and Night-Time

8 May

Quick Write: Who do you think killed Wellington? Why?

Class Participation

Complete the Class Participation Self Evaluation Worksheet

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

We will continue reading the book. Answer these questions on pages 38-60.

Two Word Tuesday; Dog and the Night-Time

7 May

Quick Write: Looking at today only, has your phone affected your life in a positive or negative way?

Two Word Tuesday: Erratic and Banal from the 9th Grade Vocabulary List

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

We will continue reading the book. Answer these questions on pages 38-60.

Less and Fewer; Curious Incident

6 May

2018-2019 Trial Bell Schedule

Quick Write: This week we are using a new bell schedule. What do you think about it?

Less and Fewer

Rewrite the following sentences correctly in your notebook. Follow the simple rule: If you can count it, use “fewer.”

1. Rhonda has less/fewer homework to do than Ricky because she gets more of it done during school.
2. Less/Fewer people are in line for this movie than I was expecting.
3. Clown camp costs less/fewer than Robert thinks.
4. Derek can swim across the lake in less/fewer than seven minutes! He’s very athletic.
5. Less/Fewer students than usual were at the assembly. A nasty stomach virus kept many kids at home.
6. I’ll be surprised if I can finish this essay in less/fewer than three hours.
7. Martina’s lunch cost less/fewer than 10 dollars.
8. Lisa was certain that the distance between Niagara Falls and Buffalo was less/fewer than her GPS claimed.
9. It would have taken less/fewer time to set up the party if we had been more organized.
10. Angel was thrilled that he had less/fewer cavities than last year.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

We will continue reading. Continue answering these questions.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

3 May

Fix Me Friday

Today we will discuss the difference between Much and Many, and Less and Fewer.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Today we will listen The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and answer these questions.