House of Heisey

This week:

March 26
Monday - Read Act II, Work on paragraph, Return papers
Tuesday - Read Act II, Act I Paragraph Due
Wednesday - Finish Act II, Work on Study Guide Act II
Thursday - Review Study Guide
Friday - No School :(
 
April 1
Monday - No School :(
Tuesday - Active/Passive Voice Introduction
Wednesday - Anne Frank Final Test, Notes Due
Thursday - Active Passive Voice
Friday - Active Passive Review
 
April 8
Monday - Active/Passive Voice Quiz, Figurative Language Review
Tuesday - Poetry Interpretation, (PSSA ELA)
Wednesday - Poetry Interpreation (PSSA ELA)
Thursday - Poetry Interpretation (PSSA ELA)

Friday - Poetry Interpretation

April 15
Monday - Poetry Interpretation
Tuesday - Poetry Interpretation (PSSA Math)
Wednesday - Poetry Interpretation (PSSA Math)
Thursday - Finish Poetry Interpretation (Paragraph writing)
Friday - Start Forms of Poetry - couplet

April 22
Monday - Forms of Poetry - lyric, ballad, Poetry Interpretation Packet Due
Tuesday - Forms of Poetry - elegy (PSSA Science)
Wednesday - Forms of Poetry, Poetry Interpretation Paragraph Due
Thursday - Forms of Poetry

Friday - Forms of Poetry Quiz (?)

April 29
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May 6
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May 13
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Helpful ELA Information!

Parents:

Friday, April 6th - Report cards!

Tuesday, April 10th toThursday, April 12th - ELA PSSA

LA Class

Writing Objectives for 8th Grade
1. Write more about less.
2. Use correct transition words.
3. Improve word choice. (Topic sentence or thesis statement should establish a specific tone and the rest of the writing should stick to that tone.)

Reading Comprehension Strategies
V=Visualize more details than what the author presents
A=Ask questions about the story and search for the answers
P=Predict events and outcomes based on the information the author gives the reader

Student writing should be free of

- a lot, lots
- got, get, getting
- thing
- stuff
- In this paragraph, in many ways
- you, your, yours (There are exceptions to this one.)
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