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March 28 2013

March 28, 2013

Reading Foundations


Today s quote

Today’s Quote

Can you relate this quote to THIS class?


Riddle of the month

Riddle of the Month

There are 5 houses in 5 different colors. In each house lives a person of a different nationality. The 5 owners drink a certain type of beverage, smoke a certain brand of cigar, and keep a certain pet. Using the clues below can you determine who owns the fish?

  • The Brit lives in a red house.


  • The Swede keeps dogs as pets.


  • The Dane drinks tea.


  • The green house is on the immediate left of the white house.


  • The green house owner drinks coffee.


  • The person who smokes Pall Mall rears birds.


  • The owner of the yellow house smokes Dunhill.


  • The man living in the house right in the middle drinks milk.


  • The Norwegian lives in the first house.


  • The man who smokes Blend lives next door to the one who keeps cats.


  • The man who keeps horses lives next door to the man who smokes Dunhill.
The owner who smokes Blue Master drinks hot chocolate.


  • The German smokes Prince.


  • The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.


  • The man who smokes Blend has a neighbor who drinks water.

Extra Credit

Due April 25

5 points

extra credit

This is a CONCLUDING ACTIVITY. It is very difficult. If you try it, you’ll get the points.


Today

Today

  • Turn in Homework

  • New Vocabulary

  • Amazing Achievements

  • Final Research Project (15% of grade)

  • Quiz

  • Get midterm grade


The rest of the semester

The Rest of the Semester

  • 3/28 – Non-fiction and Research Project, Quiz

  • 4/4 – Library and Research Project

  • 4/11 – Using the Dictionary, Quiz, Research Project

  • 4/18 – Presentations, Test Practice

  • 4/25 – Test Practice, Quiz

  • 5/2 – Final Exam

  • 5/9 - Grades


Midterm grade

Midterm Grade

You have the following grades so far in this class.

  • 3 Quizzes (10%)

  • 2 Book Reports (10%)

  • 4 Homework Grades (worksheet, 5 words, story, prediction) (10%)

    You will have the following grades by 5/2

  • 3 more quizzes (10% more)

  • 1 more Book Report (5% more)

  • 3/28 (letter), 4/4 (KWL), 4/11 (handout), 4/27 (practice test)

    (10% more)

  • Amazing American Research Project (present & handout) (15%)

  • Final Exam (30%)

At the end of class, I will give you your grade.


Grades

Grades

  • If you do your homework and study for the quizzes it is almost IMPOSSIBLE to fail this class.

  • Remember, your midterm grade does not include over 45% of your grade… It can go up or down by 5/2.

20%

30%

30%

20%


Homework

Homework

Turn in your homework

NOW.

You had to write a letter to Alison. You should have used 3-5 vocabulary words.

Turn in your homework RIGHT NOW.


New vocabulary

New Vocabulary

Quiz 5: April 11

This will make 78 words.


Amazing places

Amazing Places

  • Amazing – adjective

    The cowboy was an amazing

    site.

  • Amazingly – adverb

    Amazingly, he rode the bronco around the

    arena.


In groups

In groups…

  • Read the sentences about the Amazing Place in the World.

  • Look at the bold words.

  • Define the words as a group. Use a dictionary.

  • Look for the main idea and it’s details.

  • Find the definition on your matching sheet.

  • Present the words to the class.

  • Give the answers to the matching sheet for your words.


The pyramid of giza

The Pyramid of Giza

The Pyramid of Giza was built during2560 B.C. It is a mysteriousstructure that used to be the tallest building in the world. Experts say little technology was used to build it. Simple things like ramps and levers were used to help build it.

Look up the four vocabulary words and define them.


The pyramid of giza1

The Pyramid of Giza

The Pyramid of Giza was built during2560 B.C. It is a mysteriousstructure that used to be the tallest building in the world. Experts say little technology was used to build it. Simple things like ramps and levers were used to help build it.

What is the main idea? What are the details? What are the examples?


The pyramid of giza2

The Pyramid of Giza

The Pyramid of Giza was built during2560 B.C.It is a mysteriousstructure that used to be the tallest building in the world. Experts say little technology was used to build it. Simple things like ramps and levers were used to help build it.

What is the main idea? What are the details? What are the examples?


The pyramid of giza3

The Pyramid of Giza

Mysterious

Structure

Levers

Ramps

Know little about it

something that is large that

has been built by man

A stick that

lifts something

Something that connects one level of a building to something higher


Matching

Matching

1. ___ accordinga. to show something is true

2. ___ ordinaryb. a group of large hills nature built

3. ___ ancientc. an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

4. ___ proudd. to say something is definitely true

5. ___ approximatelye. something that connects one level to a higher level

6. ___ structuref. a rope placed over a wheel to lift heavy things

7. ___ mysteriousg. a stick that lifts something

8. ___ enormoush. a large truck that lifts heavy objects

9. ___ ofteni. an area covered in water that shouldn’t have water

10. ____ apparentlyj. a hot, wet area of land

11. ____ tropicalk. you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is

12. ____ floodl. a lot

13. ____ cranem. very big

14. ____ levern. you know little about something

15. ____ pulleyo. something that is large that has been built by man

16. ____ rampp. close to the exact number

17. ____ confirmq. you like it; you want everyone to know

18. ____ wildernessr. old

19. ____ mountain rangess. not different or special; usual or common

20. ____ indicatet. someone said it

o

n

g

e


Groups

Groups

You have 10 minutes.

Notice the time now.

In 10 minutes, we stop.


The great blue hole

The Great Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole is located under the water in the tropical area of Belize. It was an ancient cave that fell down. The ocean flooded the cave and it sunk into the ground and created a hole. Research indicates the hole is 412 feet deep.


The great blue hole1

The Great Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole is located under the water in the tropical area of Belize. It was an ancient cave that fell down. The ocean flooded the cave and it sunk into the ground and created a hole. Research indicates the hole is 412 feet deep.


The great blue hole2

The Great Blue Hole

Tropical

Ancient

Flooded

Indicates

a hot, wet area of land

old

an area covered in

water that

shouldn’t have water

to show something is true


Matching1

Matching

1. ___ accordinga. to show something is true

2. ___ ordinaryb. a group of large hills nature built

3. ___ ancientc. an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

4. ___ proudd. to say something is definitely true

5. ___ approximatelye. something that connects one level to a higher level

6. ___ structuref. a rope placed over a wheel to lift heavy things

7. ___ mysteriousg. a stick that lifts something

8. ___ enormoush. a large truck that lifts heavy objects

9. ___ ofteni. an area covered in water that shouldn’t have water

10. ____ apparentlyj. a hot, wet area of land

11. ____ tropicalk. you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is

12. ____ floodl. a lot

13. ____ cranem. very big

14. ____ levern. you know little about something

15. ____ pulleyo. something that is large that has been built

16. ____ rampp. close to the exact number

17. ____ confirmq. you like it; you want everyone to know

18. ____ wildernessr. old

19. ____ mountain rangess. not different or special; usual or common

20. ____ indicatet. someone said it

r

o

n

j

i

g

e

a


The forest of knives

The Forest of Knives

The Forest of Knives is located in the Madagascar wilderness. It was found during the 21st century since people do not often explore this area. It is a forest of pointed rocks. Experts confirm the limestone rocks broke due to salty rainwater. This apparently made the rocks very sharp.


The forest of knives1

The Forest of Knives

The Forest of Knives is located in the Madagascar wilderness. It was found during the 21st century since people do not often explore this area. It is a forest of pointed rocks. Experts confirm the limestone rocks broke due to salty rainwater. This apparently made the rocks very sharp.


The forest of knives2

The Forest of Knives

Wilderness

Often

Confirm

Apparently

an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

a lot

to say something

is definitely true

you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is


Matching2

Matching

1. ___ accordinga. to show something is true

2. ___ ordinaryb. a group of large hills nature built

3. ___ ancientc. an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

4. ___ proudd. to say something is definitely true

5. ___ approximatelye. something that connects one level to a higher level

6. ___ structuref. a rope placed over a wheel to lift heavy things

7. ___ mysteriousg. a stick that lifts something

8. ___ enormoush. a large truck that lifts heavy objects

9. ___ ofteni. an area covered in water that shouldn’t have water

10. ____ apparentlyj. a hot, wet area of land

11. ____ tropicalk. you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is

12. ____ floodl. a lot

13. ____ cranem. very big

14. ____ levern. you know little about something

15. ____ pulleyo. something that is large that has been built

16. ____ rampp. close to the exact number

17. ____ confirmq. you like it; you want everyone to know

18. ____ wildernessr. old

19. ____ mountain rangess. not different or special; usual or common

20. ____ indicatet. someone said it

r

o

n

l

k

j

i

g

e

d

c

a


The reflecting desert

The Reflecting Desert

The Reflecting Desert is located outside an enormousmountain range called the Andean Mountains in Saudi Arabia. It is an amazing site. It is approximately 4,000 miles long. When you walk across this unique landmark, it seems you are walking on a mirror. It is not an ordinary site!


The reflecting desert1

The Reflecting Desert

The Reflecting Desert is located outside an enormousmountain range called the Andean Mountains in Saudi Arabia. It is an amazing site. It is approximately 4,000 miles long. When you walk across this unique landmark, it seems you are walking on a mirror. It is not an ordinary site!


The reflecting desert2

The Reflecting Desert

Enormous

Mountain range

Approximately

Ordinary

Very big

a group of large hills nature built

Close to

exact amount

Not different; usual, see all the time


Matching3

Matching

1. ___ accordinga. to show something is true

2. ___ ordinaryb. a group of large hills nature built

3. ___ ancientc. an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

4. ___ proudd. to say something is definitely true

5. ___ approximatelye. something that connects one level to a higher level

6. ___ structuref. a rope placed over a wheel to lift heavy things

7. ___ mysteriousg. a stick that lifts something

8. ___ enormoush. a large truck that lifts heavy objects

9. ___ ofteni. an area covered in water that shouldn’t have water

10. ____ apparentlyj. a hot, wet area of land

11. ____ tropicalk. you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is

12. ____ floodl. a lot

13. ____ cranem. very big

14. ____ levern. you know little about something

15. ____ pulleyo. something that is large that has been built

16. ____ rampp. close to the exact number

17. ____ confirmq. you like it; you want everyone to know

18. ____ wildernessr. old

19. ____ mountain rangess. not different or special; usual or common

20. ____ indicatet. someone said it

s

r

p

o

n

m

l

k

j

i

g

e

d

c

b

a


Freedom tower

Freedom Tower

The Freedom Tower is still under construction. It is located in New York City. Cranes and pulleys were used to build this glass tower. According to many Americans it is a symbol of their freedom and a building they are proud of. When completed, the building will be 1,776 feet high.


Freedom tower1

Freedom Tower

The Freedom Tower is still under construction.It is located in New York City. Cranes and pulleys were used to build this glass tower.According to many Americans it is a symbol of their freedom and a building they are proud of. When completed, the building will be 1,776 feet high.


Freedom tower2

Freedom Tower

Cranes

Pulleys

According

Proud

a large truck that lifts heavy objects

a rope placed over a

wheel to lift heavy things

someone said it

you like it; you want

everyone to know


Matching4

Matching

t

1. ___ accordinga. to show something is true

2. ___ ordinaryb. a group of large hills nature built

3. ___ ancientc. an area of trees with no buildings; only nature

4. ___ proudd. to say something is definitely true

5. ___ approximatelye. something that connects one level to a higher level

6. ___ structuref. a rope placed over a wheel to lift heavy things

7. ___ mysteriousg. a stick that lifts something

8. ___ enormoush. a large truck that lifts heavy objects

9. ___ ofteni. an area covered in water that shouldn’t have water

10. ____ apparentlyj. a hot, wet area of land

11. ____ tropicalk. you heard it was true, but you aren’t sure if it is

12. ____ floodl. a lot

13. ____ cranem. very big

14. ____ levern. you know little about something

15. ____ pulleyo. something that is large that has been built

16. ____ rampp. close to the exact number

17. ____ confirmq. you like it; you want everyone to know

18. ____ wildernessr. old

19. ____ mountain rangess. not different or special; usual or common

20. ____ indicatet. someone said it

s

r

q

p

o

n

m

l

k

j

i

h

g

f

e

d

c

b

a


Which one was built by man which one was built by nature

Which one was built by man? Which one was built by nature?

The Forest of Knives

Freedom Tower

The Great Blue Hole

The Reflecting Desert

Pyramid of Giza


Amazing achievements

Amazing Achievements

All throughout history, people have built amazing things, such as enormous bridges and giant skyscrapers. Why are projects likes these “amazing achievements”?

___ They take a lot of time.

___ They cost a lot of money.

___ They are very beautiful.

___ They are difficult to build.

___ They are dangerous to build.


Look at the board all your vocabulary words are there which word fits the definition

Look at the board. All your vocabulary words are there.Which word fits the definition?


Vocabulary pg 99

Vocabulary pg 99

  • Something that people build, such as a bridge:

    2. Something that connects a lower level to a higher level:

    3. About or almost (you use this word before numbers or amounts that are not exact):

    4. A large area where there are no houses, roads, or businesses because it is too difficult for people to live there:

    5. To cover or fill with too much water:

structure

ramp

approximately

wilderness

flood


Vocabulary pg 991

Vocabulary pg 99

6. A tall machine that lifts and moves heavy things:

7. A word that describes a very hot or very wet place:

8. A long piece of metal or wood that helps people move things:

9. The Andes and the Alps are an example of this:

10. A wheel with rope around it that helps people lift things:

crane

tropical

lever

mountain range

pulley


Amazing achievements1

Amazing Achievements

Humans are great builders. Examples are all over the world. The Egyptian pyramids, the Panama Canal, and the Alaska Pipeline are just a few. Thousands of people worked on these enormous structures. What makes these structures such amazing achievements? Is it their size? Is it their beauty? Is it the number of workers? Is it the danger of the work?


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Egyptian Pyramids

A mysterious structure

Panama Canal

A dangerous engineering project

Alaska Pipeline

The longest pipeline in the world


Amazing achievements2

Amazing Achievements

  • One of the most amazing achievements is the Egyptian pyramids.

  • What do you know already about this structure?


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KWL

Write down all

the things you

already know

about the

pyramids.

Ask questions.

What do you

want to learn

about the

pyramids?

Research. Try to

answer you

questions.


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KWL

What do you already KNOW about the pyramids?


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KWL

What do you WANT to know? Get more details. Learn more information.


Read this read the two paragraphs on page 100 paragraphs 2 3

Read This!Read the two paragraphs on page 100.Paragraphs 2 & 3

Answer your questions.


Egyptian pyramids

Egyptian Pyramids

The ancient pyramids of Egypt are still a mystery today. No one knows exactly how the Egyptians built them. The biggest pyramid is the Great Pyramid of Giza. The Egyptians built it in about 2550 BCE. The workers used 2.5 million limestone blocks. The Great Pyramids cover 123 acres. It is 480 feet high. The sides are 755 feet long.

How did the workers build the Great Pyramid? There were no wheels at the time, so there were no cranes or pulleys. Experts think the builders used simple machines, such as levers and ramps. The Great Pyramid took over 80 years to build. Approximately 30,000 people worked on it.


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KWL

Write down the answers your questions. If you don’t have an answer that’s OK.


Kwl add more info you learned

KWL add more info you LEARNED


Panama canal as a class

Panama Canal – as a class


Panama canal

Panama Canal

What was the most dangerous engineering project? It was the the Panama Canal. This waterway in Central America is 50 miles long. It lets ships pass between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The French started the project in 1881. However, the work was too difficult, and they stopped. The United States continued the project in 1904 and completed it in 1941. A total of 56,307 people worked on the canal.

The area around the canal was very dangerous. It had a tropical climate. That means it was very hot and wet, with about 105 inches of rain a year. The heavy rain often flooded the rivers. There were mosquitoes. No one knew that mosquitoes caused malaria. Thousands of workers died from malaria and accidents.


Alaska pipeline by yourself

Alaska Pipeline – by yourself


Alaska pipeline

Alaska Pipeline

One of the greatest engineering achievements of the twentieth century was the Alaska Pipeline. In 1968, an oil company found the largest oil field in North America. How could they get oil from Alaska to the rest of the United States? They worked with other oil companies to build a pipeline.

The Alaska Pipeline is the longest pipeline in the world. It carries oil for 800 miles through the cold, hard Alaskan wilderness. It crosses three mountain ranges and more than 800 rivers and streams. More than 70,000 workers built it. They worked for nine years in the sub-zero temperatures. They completed the work in 1977. Since then, over 15 billion barrels of oil have traveled through the pipeline.


Amazing achievements3

Amazing Achievements

There are many amazing engineering projects around the world. For example, the Great Wall of China was the largest building project in history. The Great Wall is approximately 4,500 miles long. Another example is the Pan-American Highway. It is about 20,300 miles, and it is the longest road in the world. It goes through Canada, the United States, Mexico, Central America, and South America. Can you think of other examples of great engineering projects? Which project do you think is the greatest of all?


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The Great Wall of China

The largest building project in history

Can you name another great

achievement in the world?

The Pan-American Highway

Longest road in the world


Complete pg 102 a b

Complete pg 102 A&B


True or false

True or False?

___ 1. The workers who built the Great Pyramid probably used cranes and pulleys.

___ 2. The Panama Canal was a dangerous project.

___ 3. The Alaska Pipeline carries water from Alaska to the rest of the United States.

F

levers and ramps

T

oil

F


Multiple choice

Multiple Choice

  • The Egyptians built the Great Pyramids in about _________.

    a. 255 BCEb. 755 BCEc. 2550 BCE

  • To build the Great Pyramid, experts think that the builders used ______.

    a. wheelsb. levers and rampsc. no machines at all

    3. The Panama Canal is in ________.

    a. the United Statesb. Central Americac. France


Multiple choice1

Multiple Choice

4. What is the purpose of the Panama Canal?

a. It stops flooding

b. It lets ships pass between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

c. It lets water pass from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

5. Oil companies built the Alaska Pipeline in the ______.

a. twentieth century

b. nineteenth century

c. twenty-first century


Multiple choice2

Multiple Choice

6. Which sentence best describes the area around the Alaska Pipeline?

a. It’s a large area with almost no people.

b. It’s a large area with many oil companies.

c. It’s a small area with thousands of people.

7. The Great Wall of China is about ____ long.

a. 20,300 milesb. 4,500 milesc. 800 miles

8. How many countries does the Pan-American Highway run through?

a. fourb. fivec. the reading doesn’t say


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We have talked about Amazing Achievements. Now let’s look at Amazing Americans who have done Amazing Achievements!


Amazing americans final research project

Amazing AmericansFinal Research Project


People and partners

People and Partners


Amazing americans

Amazing Americans

  • You will do a research project for this class. It is due 4/18.

  • You will work with a partner.

  • You will create a one-page handout about the Amazing American you are assigned.

  • You and your partner will present this person to the class.


Amazing americans1

Amazing Americans

  • Read information on the Amazing American

  • Create a handout about the person’s achievements

  • Give a presentation on this person


Amazing americans2

Amazing Americans

  • A politician is someone who works as a city, state or country representative.

  • An activist is someone who made a difference in the lives of a group of people.

  • An explorer found new land or traveled.

  • An inventor created something new.

  • An author wrote novels, articles or books.

  • An entertainer is someone who acts.


Politicians

Politicians

  • George Washington – first American president

  • Thomas Jefferson – third American president

  • Abraham Lincoln – 16th American president


Activists

Activists

  • Helen Keller – spoke up for the deaf community

  • Martin Luther King Jr. – spoke up for African-American Civil Rights

  • Harriet Tubman – a slave who freed slaves


Explorers

Explorers

  • Amelia Earhart – first woman to fly overseas

  • Lewis and Clark – first men to explore the American West


Inventors

Inventors

  • Ben Franklin – invented electricity

  • Thomas Edison – invented the movie camera

  • George Washington Carver – farmed the peanut


Authors

Authors

  • Langston Hughes – African-American poet

  • Mark Twain – great American novelist


Entertainers

Entertainers

  • Buffalo Bill – show about American West

  • Harry Houdini – magician


Dates

Dates

  • Introduce project 3/28 – create questions on KWL chart

  • Go to the library to research 4/4

  • Work on handout – discuss features 4/11

  • Email handout to teacher by 4/16

    • I need this by 4/16 at 5pm in order to make copies.

    • If you do not turn this in by 4/16 at 5pm your handout is an automatic “D”.

  • Give presentation 4/18


Amazing americans3

Amazing Americans


Amazing americans4

Amazing Americans

Abraham Lincoln


Complete the k part of your kwl chart about your amazing american 1 minute

Complete the K part of your KWL chart about your Amazing American.1 minute


Amazing americans5

Amazing Americans

Abraham Lincoln


Complete the w part of your kwl chart for your amazing american 5 minutes

Complete the W part of your KWL chart for your Amazing American.5 minutes


Now i read about him

Now I Read About Him


Amazing americans6

Amazing Americans

Abraham Lincoln


You will do this in a minute i will give you an article about your amazing american

You will do this in a minute.I will give you an article about your Amazing American.


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Now I Go to the Library and Research HimWe do this on 4/4 together!Bring this chart, with your questions to the library.


After that create a one page handout

After that….Create a one page handout

  • Title

  • Subtitles

  • Graph, table or chart

  • Pictures with captions

  • Bullets

    This is due in my email by 4/16 at 5pm.

    [email protected]


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A Title

Two pictures

with captions

2-4

Subtitles

A Table

Bullets


Handout

Handout

  • It’s OK to have grammar mistakes. We are learning. No points will be taken off for grammar.

  • Use 5-10 of the vocabulary words we have learned! Find new words and define them! If you create a footnote with a new word, I will be impressed!

  • Make sure to have all your features.


Plagiarism

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is no laughing matter. Plagiarism is a form of cheating or stealing. When you use someone else's ideas, words, phrases, paragraphs, or works without giving that person credit, that's plagiarism. For example, let's say that you're writing a paper about the author Charles Dickens, and you find great information in an article about his novels. If you take the ideas in that article, or copy any part of that article (even a few words) without indicating where you got this from (in effect, passing them off as your own), that's plagiarism. The penalties for plagiarism can be severe, including course failure and suspension. The bottom line - if you didn't think it up, create it, or write it all by yourself, you must indicate where you got it from.

http://www.bergen.edu/pages1/pages/2307.aspx

* * If your handout is plagiarized, you will receive a “F”. * *


Presentation

Presentation

  • Speak for 2-5 minutes on your person.

  • Explain the information in your handout.

  • Show pictures.

  • Talk about the person’s life and achievements.

  • Why is this person an Amazing American?

  • Both of you need to speak!


Keep track of what each person does for this project

Keep track of what each person does for this project.


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Your Amazing American article.Read about your Amazing American. Complete the L part of your KWL chart. Add as much as you can.Bring the KWL chart with you to the library next week to add the research to your KWL chart.


Homework1

Homework

  • Read about your Amazing American and complete the KWL chart.

  • Think of additional questions you can research at the library. Add them to the W part of your KWL. (Homework check.)

  • Study for Quiz 5: 4/11.

  • Next week, we will meet in the Library. 4/4


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Quiz

Quiz Seats! NO CHEATING!

You have 20 minutes to take the quiz.

After quiz, talk to me about your midterm grade.

When you are done, you can go home.


Midterm grade1

Midterm Grade

You have the following grades so far in this class.

  • Quiz 1

  • Quiz 2

  • Quiz 3

  • Book Report 1

  • Book Report 2

  • Homework 2/14

  • Homework 2/21

  • Homework 2/28

  • Homework 3/14

Q1 + Q2 + Q3 = total

Total / 3 = average

Average x .20 = Quiz Grade

Quiz Grade

Book Report Grade

+ Homework Grade

_________________

Points Total

Points total / 55

Grade: __________

B1 + B2 = total

Total / 2 = average

Average x .15 = Book Report Grade

H1 + H2 + H3+ H4 = total

Total / 4 = average

Average x .20 = Homework Grade


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