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6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students finished presenting their storyboards about life during the paleolithic age and after the neolithic revolution.
    • Students not ready to present today must record themselves presenting using a screen recorder like Screencastify. Please notify me after you upload your video file to Google Classroom.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students continued to work in small groups to develop a fixed verse poem that alludes to a work of fiction.
    • This poem is due on Wednesday, April 24th.
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6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students presented their storyboards about life during the paleolithic age and after the neolithic revolution.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students worked in small groups to develop a fixed verse poem that alludes to a work of fiction.
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6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students worked on storyboards comparing life in the paleolithic age with life after the agricultural revolution.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • We discussed meter in poetry, and students practiced identifying stressed syllables in words.
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6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students presented their projects describing the four economic factors of production.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students worked on developing original verbal and visual analogies related to their families, friends, and school.

7th Grade Field Trip Permission Slips

  • Seventh grade students will take a field trip to the Quicken Loans Junior Achievement Finance Park on Thursday, March 28th.
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goIT Club

If you are interested in coding, app creating, and competing then check out this opportunity!

goIT Experiential Program for middle & high school students to learn the design thinking model & work in teams to design a mobile app to solve a real world problem facing their community. Students design a functioning prototype & at the end of the program, “pitch” their app and idea to a community of judges Shark Tank style. Through this program, Computer Science is demystified, and students gain skills and confidence required to pursue STEM degrees.

 

 

 

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6th Grade Social Studies

  • Student groups explained, demonstrated, and performed the basic economic concepts and vocabulary they were assigned.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students discussed all aspects of “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” in a Socratic Seminar format.

Late or Missing Work is Due Friday

  • Progress reports will be distributed next week, as Friday is the midway point in the card marking period.
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Half Day of School Tomorrow

  • Pickup will be at 10:30 a.m.

6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students are developing presentations in small groups to explain and demonstrate basic economic concepts and vocabulary.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students are competing their analysis of mood and tone in “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” and beginning a compare/contrast analysis of the 1960 and 2003 adaptations of the story.
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6th Grade Social Studies

  • The final group of students presented their analysis of a form of government.
  • Due Monday
    • Argumentative writing pieces (C.E.R. paragraphs) about a form of government
    • Cornell notes about a NewsELA article

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students took the district’s 7th Grade ELA Semester 1 Writing Assessment.
  • Students worked on their analysis of mood and tone in “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.”
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After School Activities Cancelled Today

  • Due to extremely cold temperatures and wind chills, all after school activities for Tuesday, January 29, 2019 are cancelled.

6th Grade Social Studies

  • We discussed different forms of government, and students worked on a double-entry journal for an article of their choice. This assignment will be due on Friday.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • We discussed prepositional phrases and read “Dirk the Protector” by Gary Paulsen. The assignments based on this short story will be due on Friday.
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Half Day of School Tomorrow

  • You will have all five of your classes.
  • Dismissal will be at 10:30 a.m.

6th Grade Social Studies

  • Students began reading and completing a double-entry journal for a primary source written by Martin Luther King, Jr.

7th Grade Language Arts

  • Students reviewed prepositions and prepositional phrases and practiced identifying them.

Dearborn Optimist Oratorical Contest

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