Examples of Plays to teach for common core lessons

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Any time you’ve been gone, you need to ask your teacher if she took grades on the D.O.L. assignments. If so, please ask her for a copy of the one you missed.

Also, if you don’t take home your inspiration poster this week, your teacher will be taking it down on Friday. Please take yours home between Monday and Thursday this week.

Monday, March 17 — Today we copied our assignments into the agendas. Please do that for this week. The vocabulary that we did today was strictly a participation grade (since it’s the very end of the quarter), so anyone who was absent today was excused from the vocabulary assignment.

Tuesday, March 18 — Today we spent the class period reading the play, Chop-Chin and Wah-Song, by Moyne Rice Smith and Laura E. Richards. If you were absent when we read this, please volunteer to come in at lunch to spend some time reading the part you missed.

Wednesday, March 19 — Today we spent the class period reading the play, Chop-Chin and Wah-Song, by Moyne Rice Smith and Laura E. Richards. If you were absent when we read this, please volunteer to come in at lunch to spend some time reading the part you missed.

We also were given a character image to color. Extra copies are in the Wednesday box. Please choose a character from the play, Chop-Chin and Wah-Song, and draw and color that character on the page. This was a take-home homework assignment.

Thursday, March 20 — Today students used their pictures of the characters from Chop-Chin and Wah-Song to create an image of a stage, depicting a scene from the play. If you need to create one, just ask your teacher for a piece of drawing paper. You can do yours at home.

Friday, March 21 — This was a fun review day. No make-up work is needed.

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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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