November 18

Religion:

  • Confirmation Workbooks through page 109 due Wednesday
  • Journals due Thursday
  • First Trimester service hours due 12/2

ELA:

History:

  • Printed draft of introduction and conclusion due tomorrow (Introduction Handout) (Conclusion Handout)
  • page 194 #1-6 due tomorrow
  • Create bibliography – final paper due Friday via Google Classroom

November 7

Religion:

ELA:

History:

Finish researching all three claims (1-2 pages of notes per claim) before class on Tuesday (Declaration of Independence Research Paper)

November 6

Religion:

  • Food Drive – 8th graders are asked to bring dry packets or cans of gravy
  • Confirmation journal (through page 84) due tomorrow

ELA:

History:

  • Research paper – 1-2 pages of notes for each claim due Tuesday (Declaration of Independence Research Paper)
      • Finish researching second claim by the end of class tomorrow
      • Finish researching third claim by the beginning of class on Tuesday

November 5

Religion:

  • Permission slips
  • Food Drive (8th graders are asked to bring canned or dry packets of gravy)
  • Confirmation journals due Thursday (complete through page 84)

ELA:

History:

November 4

Religion:

  • Permission slips!
  • Journals will be collected tomorrow
  • Prayer cards due tomorrow (on half of an index card, draw a colorful illustration and write a scripture quote). Make sure your name is on the back.
  • Food Drive! Eighth grade is asked to bring in canned gravy or dry gravy packets

ELA:

  • MBSD chapter 13 paragraphs due tomorrow
      1. Why doesn’t Mother attend the mandatory church service? Why does Tim walk out?
      2. What does Mother do the night before the execution? Why do you think she does this?
      3. How does Tim attempt to rescue Sam? Why does the attempt fail?
  • Root Quiz Wednesday (Roots Week 6) (Roots Week 7) (Roots Week 8)
  • MBSD final test Thursday
  • Spirals will be collected Thursday

 

 

November 1

Religion:

Permission slip!

ELA:

  • Answer each question about chapter 13 with a proper paragraph
      1. Why does Mother go to the encampment? What happens?
      2. How does Mother change?
      3. Why don’t the officers believe or seem to care that Sam is innocent?
      4. How does Tim attempt to help Sam?
  • Finish reading My Brother Sam is Dead
  • Root Quiz Wednesday (Roots Week 6) (Roots Week 7) (Roots Week 8)

U.S. History:

None