Writing– continue working on and try to complete your comic strips tonight
Students were to compose a comic strip of 8 slips from the first person perspective
Students were also tasked w/ composing a comic strip of 8 slides from the third person perspective.
Students were given all of the notes and information regarding the differences between the two points of view and how to write their story and any dialogue they wish to include. Remember, first person is from the character’s point of view whereas third person is generally from the narrator’s point of view.
Reading- continue reading your non-fiction book so that you are as prepared as possible for writing the upcoming third research paper
Common Core English Workbook pgs. 220-224, a short non-fiction story w/ a graphic organizer that highly resembles how students should organize their writing
Math- 5B Workbook pgs. 1-3, students received the Part B text and workbook today so hopefully there aren’t too many mix-ups as we move ahead.
LIST OF PRESIDENTS– many kids have still yet to do this work. I would hate to see something so simple damage one’s grades all because of a stubbornness to improve on poor behavior. I’ve been very lenient on this but at some point the kindness has to cease.
Students that owe include…
Jazmine – 2 sets
Carl- 2 sets
Everyone below this line owes me 1 set…