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MIDDLE SCHOOL HOMEWORK

October 17, 2014

6
th
Keats:
Language Arts:
- Finish reading "I, Kensuke" (page 66 to 81), there will be a quiz on this chapter on Monday.

6
th
Bronte:
Language Arts:
- Finish reading "I, Kensuke" (page 66 to 81), there will be a quiz on this chapter on Monday.

6
th
Neruda:
Language Arts:
- Finish reading "I, Kensuke" (page 66 to 81), there will be a quiz on this chapter on Monday.



7
th
Austen:
Social Studies:
- Make sure you have completed your Themes research of "location," "place," and "region."
On Monday we will continue our research with "human-environment interaction." (When
we have completed our research, then we will begin creating our trifold displays.)Lengua
Española:
Math:
- Great Escape project.


7
th
Verne:
Social Studies:
- Make sure you have completed your Themes research of "location," "place," and "region."
On Tuesday we will continue our research with "human-environment interaction." (When
we have completed our research, then we will begin creating our trifold displays.)
Math:
- Great Escape project.


7
th
Mistral:
Social Studies:
- Make sure you have completed your Themes research of "location," "place," and "region."
On Tuesday we will continue our research with "human-environment interaction." (When
we have completed our research, then we will begin creating our trifold displays.)
Math:
- Great Escape project.







8
th
Dickens
Social Studies:
- Bring Internet-access tools (laptop, tablet, cellphone) to begin your project research tomorrow.
Mandarin:
- Reminder: Study for Mandarin Test of Marking period 1.
Time: Homeroom Period, Monday, October 20

8
th
Kipling
Social Studies:
- Continue researching and thinking about more examples of primary & secondary source pieces
for your Ancient Greece project. By the end of Tuesday, I expect each group to have their ten
pieces decided upon. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday next week will be devoted to the
creation of your back stories & the pieces themselves.