Mrs. Meche's Announcements

  • Week of January 18-21st

    ELA: 

    Tuesday: Interim Testing

    Wednesday: Continue Lesson 3 in "Behind the Scenes"

    Thursday and Friday: Continue Interim Testing

    Resource: Work on Canvas assignments and complete interim testing as needed. 

    Absent and Quarantined Students: Please check Canvas, and email with any questions!

    Comments (-1)
  •  

    Week of January 10-14th ELA

    Vocabulary Words for the Week: Servitude, Liberty, Aceeded, Eradicated, and Perpetuated. Vocabulary Quiz Friday.

    Monday: Introduce Vocabulary Words. Continue Lesson 2 Identify Claims

    Tuesday: Lesson 3 Examine Tone to Determine Theme. "The People Could Fly" by Virginia Hamilton.

    Wednesday: Finish Lesson 3 and begin Lesson 4.

    Thursday: Lesson 4 Compare and Contrast Fictional and Non-Fictional Narratives. 

    Friday: Vocabulary Quiz. Finish Lesson 4, and Begin Lesson 5 if time allows. 

    Resource: Work on assignments posted on Canvas, as well as work from other classes. 

     

    Comments (-1)
  • January 4th-7th 2022

    ELA Happy New Year!

    TuesdayCold Read

    Wednesday: Complete Cold Read (if needed) Or Begin "Behind the Scenes" Let's Set the Context Video's

    Thursday: Continue Let's Set the Context and Lesson One; Let's Meet the Author

    Friday: Complete Lesson One. Begin Lesson Two (if time allows)

    Comments (-1)
  • December 13-17th

    ELA:

    Monday: Continue Culminating Writing Task. Students should have completed Introduction, Body paragraph one and two by the end of Monday. 

    Tuesday: Work on Culminating Writing Task and "Why X is the Unknown."

    Wednesday: Continue Culminating Writing Task. Complete Conclusion Task and Peer Revisions

    Thursday: Complete Final draft.

    Friday: If Culminating Writing tasks are complete,we will watch a documentary about Frederick Douglas. if they are not complete, we will continue writing. 

    FOR A GRADE: CWT ROUGH DRAFT, CWT FINAL DRAFT, WHY X IS THE UNKNOWN

    Comments (-1)
  • December 6-10th

    ELA:

    Monday: Lesson 26 structuring a logical argument that demonstrates an understanding of a text.

    Tuesday: Finish Lesson 26

    Wednesday: Read Chapter 9 Written in Bone

    Thursday: Begin Lesson 28 Comparing and Contrasting a Text to a Video version of a Text

    Friday: Finish Lesson 28 and Begin Introduction to Culminating Writing Task

     

    Comments (-1)
  • November 29-December 3rd ELA:

    Monday: Complete Lesson 23 and Begin Lesson 24 Written in Bone Analyzing the Effectiveness of Text Structures. Read and annotate chapter 6 of Written in Bone.

    Tuesday: Complete Lesson 24 

    Wednesday: Begin Lesson 25 Written in Bone Summarizing a Text and identifying the Central Idea. Read and Annotate Chapter 7 Written in Bone. 

    Thursday: Finish Lesson 25

    Friday: Begin Lesson 26, structuring a logical argument that demonstrates an understanding of a text.

    FOR A GRADE: LESSON 25 SUMMARY. NO HOMEWORK UNLESS WORK IS NOT COMPLETED IN CLASS.

    RESOURCE:

    6th Graders: Aleks, regular classwork, and canvas assignments

    7th & 8th Graders: regular classwork, and canvas assignments.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • November 15-19th ELA

    Monday: Lesson 20 Written in Bone Analyze the poem "Indian." 

    Tuesday: Continue Lesson 20

    Wednesday: Lesson 21 Written in Bone Analyze how the structure of a poem impacts its meaning. TPCASTT "Pocahontas"

    Thursday: Finish Lesson 21 and Review for test

    Friday: Section 6 Unit Test

    For a Grade TEST. No homework unless classwork is not completed.

    RESOURCE:

    6th GRADE: Social Studies stations, regular classwork, and Moby Max assignment. As well canvas assignments

    7th Grade: Regular classwork, along with Mobymax assignments and canvas assignments.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Week of November 8-12th:

    ELA

    Monday: Substitute. Accelerate Lesson and read and annotate Chapter 21

    Tuesday: Finish Up Lesson 18 Begin Lesson 19

    Wednesday: Lesson 19 Written In Bone

    Thursday: No school Veterans Day

    Friday: Lesson 20 Written in Bone 

    Comments (-1)
  • Week of November 1-5

    ELA:

    Monday: Finish Lesson 17 Written in Bone, Review for Guidebooks Section 5 Test

    Tuesday: Section 5 Test Read and Annotate Chapter 17 of Blood on the River

    Wednesday: Written in Bone Lesson Lesson 18. Analyzing how an author develops contrasting points of view.

    Thursday: Finish Lesson 18

    Friday: Begin Lesson 19 Written in Bone

    RESOURCE: 

    6th Graders: Math Accelerate Lesson; Social Studies map; Science Wordsearch, Moby Max, horticulture quizziz and regular classwork.

    7th and 8th Graders: Vocabulary Task, Edulastic assessment MobyMax, along with regular classwork

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Week of October 25-29 

    ELA: 

    Monday: Finish Written in Bone Lesson 14. Students will read and annotate Chapters 11, 12 and 13 of Blood on the River

    Tuesday: Begin Written in Bone Lesson 15. Preparing Claims and Evidence for a Class Debate

    Wednesday: Complete Lesson 15

    Thursday: Begin Lesson 16 Articulate your understanding of a character and setting through a debate. Students will engage in a Philosophical Chairs Debate and assess opposing claims. 

    Friday: Finish Lesson 16

    Graded assignment this week: CER from lesson 15

    Resource:

    Monday: Practice unit rate, percent, UNWRAP, and regular classwork

    Tuesday: Mobymax assignment on proportional relationships (7th Grade) and Ratios (6th Grade) along with regular classwork.

    Wednesday: 7th Graders read the extension task book. 6th Grader's vocabulary task along with regular classwork.

    Thursday: Edulastic assignment, along with regular classwork.

    Friday: QUIZZIZZ along with regular classwork

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Week of October 18-22nd

    MONDAY TEACHER INSERVICE

    ELA:

    Tuesday: Begin Guidebooks Lesson 13. Analyze Setting and Character; Read and annotate Chapters 9 and 10 of Blood on the River

    Wednesday: Continue Lesson 13

    Thursday: Finish Lesson 13 and Begin Lesson 14. Analyze Setting and Characters. Read and Annotate Chapters 11, 12, and 13 of Blood on the River.

    Friday: Continue Lesson 14

    Link to audio version of chapters are on my canvas site under the weekly to-do list.

    RESOURCE:

    6th Grade: Regular classwork (Culminating writing task, etc) along with moby max and canvas assignments. Ratio and unit rate assignments.

    7th and 8th Grade: Regular classwork, along with moby max assignments. Unit rate quiz and math assignment.

    Comments (-1)
  • Week of October 11-15th

    Monday and Tuesday Fall Break!!!!!

    ELA:

    Wednesday: Finish Written in Bone Lesson 11 Soapstone

    Thursday: Written in Bone Lesson 12. Review for Section 4 Quiz

    Friday: Guidebooks Section 4 Quiz

    For a grade. TEST. STUDENTS CAN USE NOTES FROM CLASS ON TEST. Homework; study 

    Resource:

    6th Grade: Accelerate lesson on ratios and equivalent ratios, edulastic ela assessment and regular classwork. 

    7th and 8th Grade: Accelerate lesson on ratios and equivalent ratios. Vocabulary task and Lesson 20 Questions, along with Regular classwork. 

    Comments (-1)
  • October 4-8th

    ELA: 

    Monday: Lesson 10: Identify Claims, begin summary Chapter 4.

    Tuesday: Continue Lesson 10. Read 'August-September-1607' Begin identifying claims.

    Wednesday: Finish Lesson 10. Complete claims and finish summary and questions. SUMMARY & QUESTIONS DUE FOR A GRADE

    Thursday: Begin Lesson 11. Complete SOAPSTONE of Chapter 4. 

    Friday: Continue Lesson 11. Complete SOAPSTONE of 'August-September 1607.' 

    NO HOMEWORK UNLESS WORK IS NOT COMPLETED IN CLASS. 

    RESOURCE

    6th Graders: Summary Nearpod; Annotation Assignment; UNWRAP and regular classwork. 

    7th and 8th Graders: Summary Nearpod. Lessons From Failure, Percent Assignment, Giver Vocabulary Quiz, and regular classwork.

    Comments (-1)
  • September 27-October 1st

    ELA:

    Monday: Cold Read 

    Tuesday: Written in Bone Lesson 9 (Guidebooks) 

    Wednesday: Continue Lesson 9 

    Lesson 9 Questions (on canvas) due for a grade.

    Thursday: Begin Lesson 10 Written in Bone (Guidebooks)

    Read and annotate Chapter Four and answer questions

    Friday: Continue Lesson 10, and read and annotate "Jamestown 1607, the First Months". If not completed Friday, we will complete Monday.

    GRADED ASSIGNMENTS lesson 9 questions 

    RESOURCE: 

    6th GRADERS: Quizzizz, Moby Max Ratio Assignment, and Five Themes of Geography, along with ALL REGULAR CLASSWORK.

    7th and 8th GRADERS: The Giver "Orderly" vocabulary task, math skills Nearpod, ratios moby max assignment, and REGULAR CLASSWORK

    Comments (-1)
  • September 20-24th

    ELA 

    Monday: Finish reading Chapter Two Continue Written in Bone Lesson 7.

    Tuesday: Begin Reading Chapter 3, and Written in Bone Lesson 8.

    Wednesday:  Continue Written in Bone lesson 8. 

    Thursday: Finish Lesson 8 and begin Written in Bone Lesson 9. 

    Friday: Continue Lesson 9

    Graded Assignments:  Central idea Graphic Organizer and Lesson 9 support for meaning questions.

    Resource 

    RESOURCE: 

    6th Graders: Ratio Accelerate Lesson; Social Studies vocabulary; Science study guide; Moby Max, and regular classwork.

    7th and 8th Graders: Vocabulary Task "relinquished"; Ratio Accelerate Lesson, MobyMax, along with regular classwork.

    Comments (-1)
  •  

    ELA: Week of September 15-17

    Wednesday: 

    • Shrouding Vocabulary Task ( DUE FRIDAY FOR A GRADE).
    • Begin Written in Bone Lesson 7. (Analyzing Central Ideas Chart will be graded)

    Thursday: 

    • Continue Written in Bone Lesson 7 (Analyzing Central Ideas Chart will be graded)

    Friday:

    •  Complete Lesson 7. Begin Written in Bone Lesson 8 (if time allows). Analyzing Central Ideas Chart will be graded

    VOCABULARY TASK AND ANALYZING CENTRAL IDEAS CHART DUE for GRADES

     

    No homework unless classwork is not completed

     

    RESOURCE: 

    Check canvas daily! 

    6th Graders: Complete Greatest Common Factor, Order of Operations, Social Studies Assignment, Moby Max, and regular classwork.

    7th Graders: Vocabulary Task, Quizziz, and MobyMax, along with regular classwork.

    If you have any questions please email me at janis.meche@cpsb.org

    Comments (-1)
  • ELA:

    Tuesday: Lesson 5 "Ode to the Virginian Voyage." 

    Wednesday Finish Lesson 5

    Kahoot to study words. or form.   

    Thursday: Lesson 6 "Ode to the Virginian Voyage."

    Test Friday

    Friday we will have Written in Bone Section One and Two 

    Comments (-1)