what makes kids want to readDAILY LANGUAGE REVIEW: Ask your teacher if she took grades on the DLR and find out from a classmate which one(s) you missed. If you were absent when your teacher took grades on the DLR, find a copy of the one you missed in the make-up work center. Take it home and edit and/or revise it as needed. Before you turn it in to the teacher, please draw a box around the one you missed with a highlighter pen, and tell your teacher “I still need a grade for this.” (Otherwise it may get lost in the stacks of other DLR assignments.)

DAILY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

Monday, Jan. 25: Since today was our first day of creating a journal, you should ask someone to show you how their journal has been organized. Then go to this page and copy the notes on the “The Innocent” archetype. Follow the journal “outline” format that was taught to us by Mrs. Fogelsong.

Tuesday, Jan. 26: Please go to this page and copy the notes on the “The Orphan/Regular Guy” archetype.

Wednesday, Jan. 27: Please go to this page and copy the notes on the “The Hero” archetype.

Thursday, Jan. 28: Please go to this page and copy the notes on the “The Caregiver” archetype.

DAILY CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Monday, Jan. 25: Today we took the EOC test. Please plan to come to Friday school to make this up, or set an appointment for after school or lunch hour.

Tuesday, Jan. 26: Today we began reading “Evacuation Order #19” from our literature book. You’ll need to read this on your own as well. Get a copy of the “Fiction Reading Assignments” page from Box 2 in the make-up work center, to guide you as you do your reading this week.

Wednesday, Jan. 27: Get a copy of the “Fiction Reading Assignments” page from Box 2 in the make-up work center, to guide you as you do your reading this week.

Thursday, Jan. 28: Get a copy of the “Fiction Reading Assignments” page from Box 2 in the make-up work center, to guide you as you do your reading this week.

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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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