Updated: 10/15/2014 | Faculty | 815-434-7925 ext 5023 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Started with District 141: 2000
What’s happening in Literature and Language Arts? Students are expected to read their Independent Reading (IR) books each night.
Journal prompts are posted under links. Five entries are due for LA hours 6 and 8 on Friday, October 3rd. One entry is due every Friday for 3rd hour unless otherwise noted.
October 13 - October 17, 2014
Lit: No School
LA: No School
Lit: Bull Run Meet and Greet/chart completion/begin letter
LA: web research for biography project
Lit: computer lab for letter/paragraph
LA: computer lab for research on biography project/Works Cited
Lit: Book Ad introduction/advertising techniques
LA: color code research notes/plan project
Lit: last day for online IR book forms
LA: biography project
8th Grade Language Arts First Quarter —Students will be reviewing parts of speech, sentence patterns, paragraph and essay construction. Students will also engage in biography research.
Important deadline —All journals must be handed in by October 3, 2014.
8th Grade Literature First Quarter— Students will be reviewing elements of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Students will be reading short stories and Civil War related fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
Important deadline: All independent reading book forms are due by October 17, 2014.
Textbooks are kept in my classroom but can be sent home as needed for assignment completion. Students just need to ask me for one!
You can access Google Drive from home. Your login and password are the same as they are at school. Go to gmail.com. Remember to enter your full email address.
CATEGORIES FOR GRADES
Daily Work 31%
Independent Reading 31%
Daily Work 45%
MAP Goal Setting
Late Work Policy
Late work will be accepted, but points will be deducted from the grade. Absent work should be turned in as soon as possible.
- pens or pencils
- red pen
- IR book
- A - 100 - 90
- B - 89 - 80
- C - 79 - 70
- D - 69 - 60
- F - 59 - 00