English Language Development (ELD)
Students are expected to be reading at home every night for 30-60 minutes.
This can include reading:
- books that they choose
- to a sibling or family member
- news articles
Students may also have homework if they did not finish work in class or there is an extension to a classroom project.
That information should be found in their planners if work outside of class should be done.
Stories do not always have to be fictional.
For our first unit we are learning about Memoirs.Through this unit we will be working on sharing our personal stories through writing and reading memoirs.
Beginning on Wednesday, April 1st, our learning resources and assignments will be on Google Classroom.
Each week, there will be new resources and assignments for you to complete online at your own time before 4pm each Friday.
Attendance will be taken by Friday each week. Students that participate in online learning and complete assignments sometime during the week will be marked "present".
Grades will be recorded as assignments are completed and turned-in online.
Mr. Sablich would love to help with resources, assignments, or anything else you or your family need to continue learning.
"Cultivating your #OwnVoice"
This year, students will be thinking about their "own voice" - what they have to say to this world. To prepare them for extensive writing and publishing for authentic audiences, they will be reading widely, participating in small group and whole-class discussions, and studying writer's craft in order to develop their own voice.
Please see Ms. Petruff's page for more information.
Study Session Times:
- Frano - Thursdays after school until 4:20 Rm. G115
- Place - Thursdays after school until 4:20 Rm. Library
- Sablich - Thursdays @ Lunch (11:53 - 12:23) Rm. B104
- Petruff - Thursday @ Lunch 12:50-1:20 Rm. F114
- Johnson - Thursdays after school until 4:20 in the library