Swimming Creatures (5th/6th)
Read pages 149 to 156 of textbook.
Use this time to catch up on any incomplete notebook pages or
mini-books from lessons 7 - 9.
If students have seashells they would like to show to the class, the
next class after break would be an ideal time to bring them.
Kind Kingdom (1st-4th)
Reading for this week-
Our Island Story- ch. 53-54
The Horse and His Boy- ch. 10-13
Shakespeare- Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Middle School Medieval history: Here's your friendly reminder that it
is now the week of Co-op and hopefully everyone has finished their
knights wanted "poster" so they can focus on their Mongol circus ad! I
look forward to seeing it (knights poster) submitted in the google
IEW Medieval: *Complete Lesson 18, which means they will use the source texts in Lesson 17 to write another paragraph
about a topic related to knights.
*Make a fused KWO and write one paragraph. Edit according to the checklist.
*Add this to the first "knight" paragraph.
*Using the bibliographies at the end of the source texts, make a bibliography page that includes the source texts your student used.
Study for Vocabulary Quiz 5, which we will take the next time we meet.
Fix-It Grammar Continue on with the next week of grammar!
Debate: *Read chapter 10, completing the section entitled Everyday
Debate and Learning from the Masters.
*Read chap 11, completing sections entitled, Practicing Evaluating
Causal Relationships, Spotting Fallacies, and Learning from the
*Lastly, (since you have an extra week;) complete the section on page
114 entitled Everyday Debate. Instead of everyone taking the given
topic though, follow the instructions for the subject I've picked for
you below. Like last time, we'll flip a coin in class for who will
argue the affirmative and negative sides of the issue, so be prepared
Kaitlyn vs. Josiah vs. Colt- Every child should have to do daily chores
Cora vs. True- Everyone should own more houseplants
Joe vs. Silas- Every family should have dinner together.