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Reading Focus of the Week (small groups):  Theme  & Work on 2 AR / Independent Reading Goals- Due May 29th!!! (WMS library closes this Wednesday! Please plan accordingly to have own AR book for the remainder of the AR goal time period) 

Vocab. Focus: Unit 15 Lesson B-D, Unit 15 test 5/27/15

Monday: Lesson B, 4 Vocab. product Squares

Tuesday: Daily Rounds, Small group- Theme - In class, HW: Study Spelling of Unit 15

Wednesday: Lesson C, Study Vocab. 

Thursday: Daily Rounds, Small group- Theme- In class, HW: Study Unit 15 vocaubluary

Friday: Lesson D, Study Vocab. 


 

*Be sure to LOG your daily reading in your agenda's reading log!  **AR  = daily logs, Teacher /student book conferences, two teacher approved books read and tested. 

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Monday : Vocab. Unit 14 study, small groups- Literary Elements WS., HW: 16th bookmark reading/ Thinkmark, reading log

Tuesday: Unit 14 test today, HW: 17th bookmark reading/Thinkmark, Study U. 14 words, reading log

Wednesday:  small groups  meeting Literary Elements WS. , HW: 18th bookmark reading/ Thinkmark, reading log

Thursday: Vocab. Unit 15 Lesson A, small groups meeting , HW: 19th bookmark reading/THinkmark, reading log, & Literary Elements WS. - due Friday all groups

Friday: 20th bookamrk reading/ Thinkamrk, reading log



*Homework depends on each student's literacy choice of the day.Please see your child's agenda to determine HW vs. in class literacy practice for each day.

 


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 AR 

...Be sure to a.) Read 20 minutes a night

        b.) Create a plan for what you would like to read and be challenged by new topics

*Remember- AR goals are based on a 20 minute day calculation. Point goals are indivualized and are based on STAR test reading level ranges. These ranges are considered recommendations for success in buildling comprehension and vocabulary. I encourage students to read books of high interest-even if they are above their indivudual reading range. In addition, if a book is a part of series, considered a classic novel, and/ or is part of our Caudill Book Program- reading ranges do not apply. Students needs to explore all books - making the act of reading a "want" rather than a "need."Smile

        

 


 


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Willowbrook middle School in South Beloit, IL

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