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Mon day , Feb. 25, 2013. In your agenda, please write: Vocab. Quiz Unit 10 Friday Finish Synonyms & Antonyms Work on book. Dates. March 4 th – Mrs. Herman & library March 5 th – start research project March 6 th – Dr. Seuss Night at Shick March 12 – 14 – PSSA Writing.

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mon day feb 25 2013
Monday, Feb. 25, 2013
  • In your agenda, please write:
    • Vocab. Quiz Unit 10 Friday
    • Finish Synonyms & Antonyms
    • Work on book
dates
Dates
  • March 4th – Mrs. Herman & library
  • March 5th – start research project
  • March 6th – Dr. Seuss Night at Shick
  • March 12 – 14 – PSSA Writing
daily language practice
Daily Language Practice
  • 1. Throughout “Paul Revere’s ride,” Longfellow keeps up a pounding beat with four stressed syllables in each line. Echoing the sound of hoofbeats. (2)
  • 2. Longfellows galloping rhythm helps give the poem excitement and power. (1)
vocabulary unit 10
Vocabulary Unit 10
  • 4 minutes with a partner
  • Study the definitions
  • Begin Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Games are on my website
please do now
Please do now…
  • 5 words
  • 5 sentences
  • After checked, work on your book.