IsmayDAILY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

Monday, Sept. 7: No School, Labor Day

Tuesday, Sept. 8: Today we revised the email from Katy Perry that we edited last week on Thursday. Please use the lined DLR space to do this. When you turn it in, you must specifically tell your teacher you STILL NEED A GRADE for the revised DLR we did on Tuesday. (If you don’t tell her that, she’ll assume you forgot to turn in your present DLR, and she’ll just plop it on the stack with all the others. So make it really clear, you still need a grade for the revised one.)

Wednesday, Sept. 9: Ask a classmate which DLR we did on this day. Please take the time to edit the one your missed. When you turn it in, you must specifically tell your teacher you STILL NEED A GRADE for the revised DLR we did on Tuesday. (If you don’t tell her that, she’ll assume you forgot to turn in your present DLR, and she’ll just plop it on the stack with all the others. So make it really clear, you still need a grade for the revised one.)

Thursday, Sept. 10: Ask a classmate which DLR we did on this day. Please take the time to edit the one your missed. When you turn it in, you must specifically tell your teacher you STILL NEED A GRADE for the revised DLR we did on Tuesday. (If you don’t tell her that, she’ll assume you forgot to turn in your present DLR, and she’ll just plop it on the stack with all the others. So make it really clear, you still need a grade for the revised one.)

DAILY CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Monday, Sept. 7: No School, Labor Day

Tuesday, Sept. 8: Today we went to the big computer lab and completed a vocabulary review sheet. You will find an extra copy of this handout on this page. It has two sheets, so make sure you copy and/or print both. Extra hard copies can be found in the make-up work center, in Box 6.

Wednesday, Sept. 9 – Thursday, Sept. 10: Students were given 90 minutes to take the District Writing Assessment test. If you were absent for this important test, you may be asked to take the test next week, during regular class time.

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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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