homework

HOMEWORK 

 

Typed assignments are due on the due date. 

If a student does not have access to a printer, he/she should save the document to a flash drive,

 and print it in the library before homeroom. 

POINTS ARE DEDUCTED FOR LATE ASSIGNMENTS


Complete 100 minutes of independent reading each week. Be sure to fill in your reading log completely: date, title of book, minutes read on that day, and a PARENT SIGNATURE.

 

DAILY HOMEWORK - —If there is not a formal homework assignment, students are expected to review by:

  • completing unfinished classwork

  • reviewing work under your "Ongoing Work" TAB in your three-ring binder

  • creating essential questions when reading based on main ideas, headings and bold words

  • —creating flashcards (review vocabulary and concepts)

  • —rewriting notes

  • —drawing pictures to make connections

  • —creating mnemonic devices

  • —creating a practice quiz

  • —teaching to someone else

  • —making connections between lessons taught in class to current events
  • ask questions:
            • What is _____?
            • Why are/is _____ significant? (important)
            • What is the impact of _____?
            • What led to _____?
            • How is _____similar to/different from _____?
            • What is the connection?

            • How does _____ relate to your different subject areas (intellectual/artistic) and the modern day (real) world?_________________________________________________________________________________

5/12/16 - Review and EDIT your pictochart.  You must be able to expand upon the text and pictorial representations.  

5/2/16 - Finish your Ancient China or Ancient India piktochart presentation.  Use the project assignment sheet as a guide.  

 

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