Homework Booklet Year 7 January February 2019.
Thursday, February 21 Curriculum Fair Night Classwork: Bell Ringer -Fixing Run-ons. Vocab Spotlight - None. Reading Lesson - View the end of Romeo and Juliet in preparation for tomorrow's discussion. Second Period ONLY: Deliver digital short stories to Mr. Gaw's programming students. Homework: Continue studying for vocab quiz and Unit One test.
Teach your students to LOVE Shakespeare by using the No Fear Shakespeare version of Romeo and Juliet (available FREE online). This unit plan leads students through each scene by tracing the time line of this tragedy, complete with guided worksheets, activities on characters, writing prompts, vocabul.
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In this lesson, we'll look at 'The Lesson,' a short story written by famous black writer Toni Cade Bambara. We'll also take a brief look at Bambara herself, along with an analysis and the themes.
The Lesson of Ups Show Up, Keep Up, Speak Up, Measure Up Monday May 28 Today is Memorial Day, a legal federal holiday, and classes are not in session Tuesday May 29 Shakespeare's The Tempest paper is due by 8:30 A.M. on turnitin.com web site New York Times Upfront assignments continue in class.
Shakespeare invented, or at least, wrote down a lot of words and phrases that are still used today. Explore 40 common words and phrases Shakespeare invented.
This lesson will highlight ways in which you can teach math vocabulary to your students. A short quiz will follow to test your knowledge about math-related teaching strategies.