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  • email: brandmo@richmond.k12.ga.us

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  • We are in the home stretch to Christmas Break and will be wrapping up our informational tex unit! 

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  • Students will be given two assignments this week. One will count as a quiz grade and the other will count as a test grade! Our students received a project assignment called the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Digital Journal OVER TWO WEEKS AGO. 

     

    These three assignments are HUGE and will make or break a students grade going into the holiday break. PLEASE reinforce my advice to my students that turning these assignments in ON TIME and doing them well will be crucial! 

     

    Thank you so much for all you do parents and feel free to reach out to me with any quesitons. 

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  • What does it take to be successful in life?

    How do our habbits effect our lives?

    What is a growth mindset, and how does it help us develop grit?

     

    These are the inspiring and innovative essential questions we will be exploring over the next 9 weeks! By the end of this unit, my students will be able to:

    • Write an informative essay
    • cite explicit and inferred textual evidence
    • summarize the central idea of a test
    • analyze in detail how events or ideas are introduced
    • compare and contrast one author's presentation of a topic with that of another
    • express their ideas clearly in a collaborative discussion and use knowledge of language with speaking, writing, reading, or listening.

    This Unit we will be diving into informational text and text with a motivational message as we delve into our goals and dreams in observance of our essential questions. 

    Class Novel: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Convey

    Independent Reading Books: Nonfiction Memoir/ Autobiography of someone they admire

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  • As we wrap up our Narrative writing unit, the students are compiling an anthology in groups of four based on a theme from the class novel Holes. They are then creating their own narrative in which they are using the narrative techniques we've learned over the past 9 weeks. The students with exemplary narratives will have their stories displayed in our school library. I am so proud of the hardowrk the students have put into our narrative unit and I can't wait to show off their creativity and skills!

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