Mr. Gallerano (MS Language Arts and Literature)

Subject Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Sixth Grade Language Arts and Literature

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

CORRESPONDENCE JOURNALS  (your email thread)

A) 4 – 5 entries of about 100 words each about 1) whatever you are reading outside of class: novels, non-fiction, magazine/newspaper articles (both offline and online) and 2) in response to your correspondent’s post about what they are reading.

B) Be sure to begin your first CJ entry about a reading with a bibliographic citation or link to the source.

C) Do NOT write about graphic novels or comic books or movies unless you are making a DETAILED comparison to the written, non-graphic version of the same book WHICH YOU ARE READING NOW!

DUE: every Wednesday at 3 pm

 

 

 

 

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VOCABULARY  (to be done in GoogleClassroom)

1) Read the introductory passage, “Made in the Shade”” (pg. 88-89)
(IN AN ATTACHED GOOGLE DOC)
2) Number and Make notes about the topics/ideas of each paragraph AND the key details that support them.
3) Use context clues to make a hypothesis about the meaning and usage of the “bold faced” words in the passage (write our hypothesis down!)
4) check the definitions on the following pages and add a note explaining how or why your hypothesis was correct or incorrect.

DUE Monday, March 23rd by 3 pm

 

 

 

For library assignments and webpage: click here

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

Seventh Grade Language Arts and Literature

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

CORRESPONDENCE JOURNALS  (your email thread)

A) 4 – 5 entries of about 100 words each about 1) whatever you are reading outside of class: novels, non-fiction, magazine/newspaper articles (both offline and online) and 2) in response to your correspondent’s post about what they are reading.

B) Be sure to begin your first CJ entry about a reading with a bibliographic citation or link to the source.

C) Do NOT write about graphic novels or comic books or movies unless you are making a DETAILED comparison to the written, non-graphic version of the same book WHICH YOU ARE READING NOW!

DUE: every Tuesday by 3 pm

For library assignments and webpage: click here

VOCABULARY  (to be done in GoogleClassroom)

1) Read the introductory passage, “Made in the Shade”” (pg. 88-89)
(IN AN ATTACHED GOOGLE DOC)
2) Number and Make notes about the topics/ideas of each paragraph AND the key details that support them.
3) Use context clues to make a hypothesis about the meaning and usage of the “bold faced” words in the passage (write our hypothesis down!)
4) check the definitions on the following pages and add a note explaining how or why your hypothesis was correct or incorrect.

DUE Friday, March 20th by 3 pm

For library assignments and webpage: click here

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

Eighth Grade Literature

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

 

 

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

 

 

 

VOCABULARY  (to be done in GoogleClassroom)

1) Read the introductory passage, “Aquatic Robotics” (pg. 98-99)
(IN AN ATTACHED GOOGLE DOC)
2) Number and Make notes about the topics/ideas of each paragraph AND the key details that support them.
3) Use context clues to make a hypothesis about the meaning and usage of the “bold faced” words in the passage (write our hypothesis down!)
4) check the definitions on the following pages and add a note explaining how or why your hypothesis was correct or incorrect.

Due Friday, March 20th

For library assignments and webpage: click here

 

CORRESPONDENCE JOURNALS  (your email thread)

A) 4 – 5 entries of about 100 words each about 1) whatever you are reading outside of class: novels, non-fiction, magazine/newspaper articles (both offline and online) and 2) in response to your correspondent’s post about what they are reading.

B) Be sure to begin your first CJ entry about a reading with a bibliographic citation or link to the source.

C) Do NOT write about graphic novels or comic books or movies unless you are making a DETAILED comparison to the written, non-graphic version of the same book WHICH YOU ARE READING NOW!

DUE: every Thursday by 3 pm

For library assignments and webpage: click here

Remember: you should be reading 30 minutes per night – every night.

For library assignments and webpage: click here