who is the character of john flint based on in real life ?

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This website is designed to help you make up missing work after you’ve been absent. When making up a word card, you may copy a classmate’s drawing, but you may not copy the rest of the word card. Here’s a quick overview of what we did this week in reading:

Monday, Dec. 16

If you were gone when we earned a reading sticker, please read a library book at home for 30 minutes and have your parent/guardian sign your agenda stating that you did.

Word Card: irony

Journal: What’s ironic about the way this book ends. (Note: we won’t do this journal until after we finish reading the ending of the book, so this journal prompt will appear for every day’s assignments, even though we’ll only do it one time.)

Tuesday, Dec. 17

If you were gone when we earned a reading sticker, please read a library book at home for 30 minutes and have your parent/guardian sign your agenda stating that you did.

Word Card: pirate

Tuesday is our library day. Today every person in reading class renewed their historical fiction book. You need to renew yours too. Please bring your agenda to the teacher at a convenient time and ask to go to the library to renew it. Remember that you should be reading your historical fiction book for at least 30 minutes each night, as homework for this class.

There was no journal assignment today.

Wednesday, Dec. 18

If you were gone when we earned a reading sticker, please read a library book at home for 30 minutes and have your parent/guardian sign your agenda stating that you did.

Word Card: parrot

Journal: What’s ironic about the way this book ends. (Note: we won’t do this journal until after we finish reading the ending of the book, so this journal prompt will appear for every day’s assignments, even though we’ll only do it one time.)

Thursday, Dec. 19

If you were gone when we earned a reading sticker, please read a library book at home for 30 minutes and have your parent/guardian sign your agenda stating that you did.

Word Card: novel

Journal: What’s ironic about the way this book ends. (Note: we won’t do this journal until after we finish reading the ending of the book, so this journal prompt will appear for every day’s assignments, even though we’ll only do it one time.)

Friday, Dec. 20

If you were gone when we earned a reading sticker, please read a library book at home for 30 minutes and have your parent/guardian sign your agenda stating that you did.

Word Card: nautical

Journal: What’s ironic about the way this book ends. (Note: we won’t do this journal until after we finish reading the ending of the book, so this journal prompt will appear for every day’s assignments, even though we’ll only do it one time.)

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If you’re an English teacher, librarian, or homeschooling mom looking for free handouts (including my snowflake-shaped poem assignmentrhyme table, and other teacher tools, I recommend visiting EnglishEmporium, which offers free graphic organizerslesson ideasvocabulary lists and more, in weekly blog posts).

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About Chelly Wood

I am a school librarian with an English degree, and I like to write books. My literary agent is Elizabeth Kracht of Kimberley Cameron & Associates.

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