High School (8th-12th Grades)


Welcome to Wednesday..Time to have FUN!

This week, Monday and Tuesday, we enjoyed completing our Budget project. Today we will enjoy some fun activities! Please go to the Social Studies page for the fun activity PowerPoint link and further instructions

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You made it! 
Welcome to the last week of Summer School! 

This week, you will work on a budget project for ELA, Math, and Social Studies. You will start on this project today, Monday, July 27 and finish on Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Please pay attention to the ELA rubric when completing the project. Go to the Social Studies page for the project link and further instructions.  

Please remember to complete any make-up work that you may have.
Make-up work is due Tuesday, July 28,2020
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**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and Testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**


Summer School Week : July 20-July 23, 2020

Wednesday, July 20, 2020 
Infer and Predict


Lesson Objectives:

I can distinguish the difference between making a prediction and making an inference.

I can explain why this skill is an important strategy for the improvement of reading comprehension.

Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Three:

Go through the slides and work on the "Let's Practice" examples. When you are finished with the examples, complete the Testmoz assignment on slide 22.

Infer and Predict

Homework:
NO HOMEWORK!


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****Remember to ALWAYS complete the Social Studies Lesson before starting ELA***
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***Make sure to complete all assignments on your own piece of paper. Label your paper with your first name last initial, the date, your building, subject, and topic to receive credit for your work***

**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and Testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**

Monday July 20, 2020 
Determining Importance

-Understanding how to determine importance when reading.

-Understanding why it is helpful to determine importance when reading.

Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
       SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Two:

Follow through each slide. You will have a tesmoz quiz on slide 20. You will not need to take notes for this quiz.

Determine Importance


WE DO NOT HAVE HOMEWORK!
Use tomorrow to make up any missing work or redo any work that you want a better grade on!

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****Remember to ALWAYS complete the Social Studies Lesson before starting ELA****

***Make sure to complete all assignments on your own piece of paper. Label your paper with your first name last initial, the date, your building, subject, and topic to receive credit for your work***

**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and Testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 
Asking Questions

-To learn how to ask questions while reading to aid in reading comprehension.

-To learn why it is important to ask questions while reading to aid in reading comprehension.

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Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Two:

Go through the slides and answer the questions from from slide 10 on a separate sheet of paper for the testmoz quiz on slide 11. Do the same, answer the questions from slide 16 on a separate sheet of paper and answer tesmoz quiz also on slide 16. Note you can keep the paper after you have completed the testmoz. We see your grades and answers there. We just help you prepare for the quiz by looking up the answers before taking the quiz.
ASKING QUESTIONS
 
WE HAVE HOMEWORK YES!
For homework this week you will find a story to read. After you have read the story, you will be drawing a picture that shows what the story was about. We will want to see the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the story in your picture.




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**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and Testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**

Summer School Week : July 13-July 16, 2020

Monday, July 13, 2020 
Making Connections!


Lesson Objectives:

I can use many different comprehension strategies to understand
a text.
I can use evidence from the text and my own experiences to support
my thinking. 

Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Three:

Go through the slides and work on the "Try-It" examples. When you are finished with the examples, complete the Testmoz assignment on slide 24.

Making Connections! 

Homework:
NO HOMEWORK!
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Reading is Fun!****Remember to ALWAYS complete the Social Studies Lesson before starting ELA****


***Make sure to complete all assignments on your own piece of paper. Label your paper with your first name last initial, the date, your building, subject, and topic to receive credit for your work***

**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**

Summer School Week : July 6-July 9, 2020

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 
Reading is Fun!


Lesson Objectives:
Students will learn strategies to improve reading comprehension.

Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!
Step Three:

Go through the slides and work on the practice examples. When you are finished with the examples, complete the Testmoz assignment on slide 21.
Reading is FUN!

Homework:

NO HOMEWORK
 

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****Remember to ALWAYS complete the Social Studies Lesson before starting ELA****


***Make sure to complete all assignments on your own piece of paper. Label your paper with your first name last initial, the date, your building, subject, and topic to receive credit for your work***

**Please take your time on classwork, homework, and testmoz. You will be receiving a letter grade for the summer. DO NOT RUSH YOUR WORK!**

Summer School Week Three: July 6-July 9, 2020

Monday, July 6, 2020

What makes a good paragraph?


Lesson Objectives:
Students will learn how to make a good paragraph
Students will learn how to make our reader understand our writing.


Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Two:
Go through the slides and work on the practice examples. When you are finished with the examples, complete the Testmoz assignment on slide 24.  

Homework:
YES! You do have homework today. You will need a piece of paper and Pencil. You are going to imagine yourself the leader of a group responsible for putting together a protest against injustice (Violations of one's rights). Please write a paragraph using what you learned today to explain why you are protesting.
What Makes a Good Paragraph?             

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Summer School Week Two: June 29-July 2, 2020

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Stringy Sentences


Lesson Objectives:
Students will be able to identify errors in a sentence
Students will be able to identify stringy sentences
Students will be able to correct sentence errors

Step One:
Read this IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR TEACHERS!!!
                        SUPER IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!!

Step Two:
Go through the slides and work on the practice examples. When you are finished with the examples, complete the Testmoz assignment on slide 22.  
                                       
                                       
Stringy Sentences

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Monday, June 29, 2020

Sentence Errors

Lesson Objectives:
*Students will be able to identify errors in a sentence. *Students will be able to identify a fragment and a run-on in a sentence.
*Students will be able to correct sentence errors.

Sentence Errors

Step One:
Go through the Google Slides Presentation. Take your time going through the slides. Each slide gives examples and explanations that will help with your testmoz assignment. Taking notes is highly recommended although not required.


Step Two:
Click on the Testmoz link on slide 24. You must enter your first name last initial! This is the only way to ensure that you are receiving credit for the assignment.

Homework:
You have no homework for today! Use the extra time to work on your testmoz and go over each question and answer before submitting.

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Summer School Week One: June 22-25, 2020

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Complex Sentences

Lesson Objectives:
*Students will be able to define complex sentences.
*Students will be able to correctly place the independent clause and dependent clause with their subordinating conjunction and use correct punctuation.


Step One:
Go through the Google Slides Presentation. Take your time going through the slides. Each slide gives examples and explanations that will help with your testmoz assignment. Taking notes is highly recommended although not required.

                                     Complex Sentences

Step Two:
Click on the Testmoz link on slide 12. You must enter your first name last initial! This is the only way to ensure that you are receiving credit for the assignment.

Homework:
You have no homework for today! Use the extra time to work on your testmoz and go over each question and answer before submitting.
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Monday, June 22, 2020

Compound Sentences


Lesson Objectives:
*Students will be able to identify compound sentences
*Students will be able to determine if two simple sentences can be combined to make a compound sentence


Step One:
Go through the Google Slides Presentation. Take your time going through the slides. Each slide gives examples and explanations that will help with your testmoz assignment. Taking notes is highly recommended although not required.

Compound Sentences

Step Two:
Click on the Testmoz link on slide 19. You must enter your first name last initial! This is the only way to ensure that you are receiving credit for the assignment.

Homework:
You have no homework for today! Use the extra time to work on your testmoz and go over each question and answer before submitting.