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April 16, 2007
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog!

This is the week for CRCT testing and I know you will do well!

Bring number two pencils (At least 3).

PLEASE think ahead and bring your pencils already sharpened.


Critical Dates:

4/18 ~ On Wednesday you will have a quiz on the Daily Oral Language sentences.

4/19 ~ On Thursday you will have a test on complex, simple, compound sentences. (Sources: WAG book, Grammar Workbook).

4/20 ~ On Friday you will have a quiz on spelling list #3. You have a study guide handout in your folder.

During class~we will continue to review and enrich parts of speech, and grammar topics. This week will focus on verb review (Irregular verbs, direct and indirect objects, and verb tenses). Carefully view your Grammar Workbook and WAG textbook. Remember, you have wonderful sources to add to your personal understanding: OWL + Perdue site and the site referenced in the last blog posting.
Strong students that excell often go beyond the sources which are used in class. REMEMBER: Take charge and add to your learning bank.

Begin to view the literary terms on your handout. By doing this daily for a short period of time you will be better prepared for next week's quiz.

Portfolio writing for this week: Work on your expository writing that models the book 101 Secrets a Good Dad Knows. Refer to the handout that was to be attached in your folder. DUE DATE: You may turn your essay in Thursday, Friday, or Monday. On this assignment you may use any font, however, you must double space. You may do in regular page format, or you may do as a brochure.

NOT SO TOP SECRET TIP:

Make sure you bring your folder to class each day; I will do grade checks throughout the week; your folder should be neat and organized, and it must be with you from the first minute of class. (Hmmm . . . this means not at home and not in your locker!)

Write~On!

Mrs. C. Worthington

(Chief in Charge of Classy Work!)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 04:27 AM

April 09, 2007
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Welcome to your language arts blog.

Reminders for this week:

Field Day is in the planning and you may purchase T-shirts for $7.00.

CRCT testing will take place next week during the first 2 1/2 hours of the school day.

You will go to the media center on Thursday for a technology lesson with Mrs. Hendrix.

The focus of study this week is on compound and complex sentences.
There will be a test on Thursday (Part #1), and part 2 will be next week.

Keep up with your character bookmark for The Outsiders and continue to summarize.

DOL sentences will be added to your notebook on Wednesday.

Persuasive writing and expository writing will be the focus for class writings.

Wednesday evening you are to explore the following writing resource site:

Paradigm Online Writing Assistant
http://my.powa.org/index.php


Take care,
Mrs. Worthington

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:48 AM

March 19, 2007
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for checking your language arts blog!


This week's focus topics are as follows:

The reading of The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. This novel will count as one of your 25 books.

We will read this novel as a writer and focus on characterization and conflict as we analyze and write in response to literature.
The Outsiders takes place during the 1960 and we will do an enrichment study of this exciting decade.As we read the essay, a little at a time during class, I will be showing you a wide variety of note-taking strategies that will serve as helpful note-organizing tools in high school and college.

Although I have a class set of The Outsiders, you may wish to have your own copy to highlight important parts.

Remember:

Study for spelling quiz (Column #1 of "Commonly Misspelled Words.")

WARNING:

Do not assume you know how to spell these words. A good strategy is to have someone give you a practice test and then carefully check to see if you spelled each word correctly. Highlight the words that need practice.

Due Friday:

"Four Types of Paragraphs" Although we will be chatting about four types of paragraphs, the focus will be on the persuasive paragraph.

For CRCT review . . .

This week we will zoom in on sentence structure (Complex, compound-complex sentences and if time permits~irregular verb tenses.

For MLA tips we will zoom in on how to use numbers when writing prose.

Bring your grammar workbook with you each day this week.

A reminder about the blog . . .

This blog does not take the place of your daily agenda that should be carefully filled out. You are to copy the assignment(s) down daily and jot down memory jogging notes each day.
This is an important life skill that should be practiced and mastered to stay organized. It is important to listen in class, take notes, and refer to your notations in the evening. "It was not on the blog," is not to be used as an excuse for coming to class unprepared.

Most of you are doing very well keeping up with your assignments!
Congratulations!

Write~On!

Mrs. C.L. Worthington

(Chief in Charge of Classy Work!)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 05:39 AM

March 12, 2007
WELCOME TO THE WRITE~SPOT!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog.

Speeches on disaster research are being presented; speakers show confidence, ethusiasm, and are doing well! I am proud of you!

Beginning 3/15 there will be a major review on sentence structure.
Students will need to tune in and take notes on simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentence structures. Although some of these have been covered in the past, recall is not what it should be. Using multiple sources we will investigate each and make a plan so key concepts do not go in one ear and out the other.

Idioms . . .
Part of having a voracious vocabulary is knowing the meanings of the idioms used as we speak English. Listen to your friends, parents, songs, TV and notice the many idioms that make our language colorful. If you do not know what one means, ask your friend, ask an adult, or ask in class.

Persuasive Letter . . .

Students are writing a persuasive letter to Dr. Tyson about Jekyll Island--OR--if they did not attend Jekyll, a topic of choice in which they use persuasive writing skills.

Site-to-See . . .

See study skills resources at www.how-to-study.com

Next week we begin a novel study . . .

The Outsiders

by Henton

You may enjoy having your own copy so you can use Post-its, highlight vocabulary, and make notations in the margins.

Write~On!

Mrs. Worthington

(Chief~in~Charge~of~Classy~Work!)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:00 AM

February 26, 2007
Welcome to the Write~Spot

Welcome to your language arts Write~Spot Blog!

This week you may turn your Disaster Research Paper on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. If you have any questions you may ask them on Monday or Tuesday, and I will provide tips.

On Tuesday we will go to the media center for an instructional lesson with Mrs. Hendrix.

Have you been thinking about the person you would like to interview?
We will discuss "Interviewing" during the next few weeks.

Tune in this evening for more blog highlights.

Mrs. Worthington

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:24 AM

February 22, 2007
Thrilling Thursday!

Today you finished your unassisted writing for your portfolio. If this is not finished, it must be completed tomorrow.

For those of you who have writings you wish to enter in the writing fair, you must have your piece to me tomorrow before you go to homeroom.

Remember, you must have the form with your parent's signature clipped to your writing.

The homework assignment for today (Thursday) is to read for 20 minutes and write a 5~W summary sentence on your log. You must have a parent signature.

Continue to edit and revise your Disaster Paper.

Tomorrow we will begin reading nonfiction articles, taking notes, paraphrasing, and "Reading Like a Writer."

Make sure you have your Disaster paper when you come to class; you will be looking at transition words and finding the perfect ones for your paper.

Write~On!
Mrs. Worthington
Chief in Charge of Classy Work

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:31 PM

Language Arts Write ~ Spot!

Welcome to the Write~Spot!

I am looking forward to reading your Disaster paper!
As I have heard you read segments in class I am pleased that I hear students writing using their own words. Congratulations!

Remember, by now you have a completed draft; bring your paper to class each day. We will spend a portion of class time and proofread, edit, and revise.

On Thursday, you will have DEAR reading and during DEAR reading I will have individual conferences about your paper. You will have to sign up. These conferences are optional.

STUDY TIP:

I encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to conference about your paper.

In classes where teacher-student conferences are not offered, you may ask your teacher if a conference may be arranged to chat about something you may need clarification about. Asking for clarification is using intelligent behavior.

Continue reading "Language Arts Write ~ Spot!"

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:04 AM

January 28, 2007
Welcome to the WRITE~SPOT!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog!

This week you will continue the research process and move forward with your investigation of your disaster topic.

MONDAY:

You will carefully view the rubric for your written report; and for homework you are to have it signed so your parents are aware of the due date for your research paper.

Be sure and write the due date on the research calendar I provided.

Today, you will write a reflection note to let me know how you are doing on the research process.

Books on disaster topics may be checked out, beginning today; they may be checked out for one-day, only, and they must be returned before you go to your homeroom the following day. This will make the books available during the week for students in other classes. The following schedule will be used for checking books out:

Monday: Period 1
Tuesday: Period 2
Wednesday: Period 3
Thursday: Period 4

Students in any class may come during locker break, at the end of 4th period; if there are any books available, you may check a book out—regardless of what period you are in (First come, first serve).

Spelling Quiz is today (Lessons #13 and #14).

You will do Daily Oral Language grammar and punctuation study, today; the test will be on Thursday. Note this in your agenda.

You have a "certificate" for nonfiction article reading to have signed over the weekend. The certificate, if signed by your parent(s), counts as one book toward your 25~Book Goal.

You have an assignment in your literature textbook today:

Read and take notes on the article "Reader Beware" on page 502~505.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How does the information from this article pertain to the research you are currently doing?


On page 504 of your literature textbook there are sites listed for you to explore more about "Evaluating Internet Information."

TIP:
Take advantage of opportunities to show you are the type of student that goes beyond the call of duty.

THINK:
How can you SHOW you went to one of the sites and read the information?

REMEMBER:
Take charge of your KNOWLEDGE WEALTH and BUILD YOUR ACCOUNT!

TUESDAY:
Today's primary lesson with be about parenthetical citations.
See how sharp you can be; build your personal background knowledge by investigating the topic on your own. If you bring materials in and have read and studied this topic, I will have some small groups working independently on a special project. You must have a wealth of knowledge, however, to do this. :)


Check in tomorrow for more information about this week!


WRITE~ON!

Mrs. Worthington

(Chief in Charge of Classy Work!)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 05:02 PM

January 23, 2007
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for connecting with your language arts blog.


Writing Note on Cards:

http://www.nacs.k12.in.us/resources/research/NoteCards.html

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:03 AM

Welcome to the Write~Spot!


Thank you for connecting with your language arts blog.

Below is a fantastic site to visit for research information. There are examples for making citations and guiding tips for you as you begin to work on your paper.

It is from the Write Source Home Page.


http://thewritesource.com/

Another way to find this site is to use Google and type in "Write
Source"

Today or tomorrow we will be viewing the class set of Write Source to see what information it has about the research process.

For your convenience, we have arranged to have this book available through the Mabry store ($20.00).

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:27 AM

Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for checking your language arts blog!

Remember you are to carefully fill out your agenda each day and include class work that is not complete AND homework assignments.

Extended directions should be noted in your new folder for the winter quarter.

Listening and taking notes is key to being a top notch student. By now you should not have to be told to write important items that may be forgotten. You have six classes you are trying to keep up with and note taking is a life skill that will help you be among the most successful.

Monday:

We went to the media center and continued working on research disaster topics. This was our fourth day in the media center. You have had access to books on disaster topics and access to using computers.

You are to write one or two highly related facts on each card. You were to have had a total of 25 note card when you came to class today. You will need 35 by tomorrow. Most of you stayed focused and were able to complete the 35. If you did not complete them, then it is your homework assignment. There will be a check tomorrow.

You should by now have copied two or more articles and these should be read and highlighted for important information. Write key words in the margin to match the "slugs" you would use on your cards.To receive full credit for these you must have Tuesday.

Tuesday:

You should have 35 fact note cards for your topic.

A handout on what the first page of a written MLA report looks like was added to the research packet.

On Tuesday we have DEAR reading. You should have documentation that show your reading for the week.

Spelling Lessons #13 and #14 discussed. There will be a quiz on Monday over #13 (odd) and #14 (even) words.

Today, we read and discussed topics from the Research Guide Books.

DOL Sentences were recorded in folders. There will be a DOL test on Tuesday of next week.

Literature Assignment:

Carefully record this assignment from the homework assignment board in your agenda. Your literature analysis assignment will be due on Thursday.

NOTE: Writing notes in your agenda is a skill that is very important. This blog does NOT take the place of your responsibility to copy assignments from the board.


Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:


Write~On!

Mrs. Worthington

(Chief in Charge of Classy Work)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 01:52 AM

January 16, 2007
Welcome to the Write Spot!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog today.

Today you will begin your research project and will be going to the media center. We are scheduled to do research in the media center for five days. Today, Mrs. Hendrix will inform you about the topic selection, the sources that are available to you, how to do fill out note cards, plus more!

In class, I will provide a large brown envelope for you to keep your research materials together.

You are to have 100 3X5 white note cards today. Your notecards should be in a Zip Lock Baggy.

(If you do not have a baggy at home, I have a few extras; you do not need to as your pareents to buy baggies. We will pool our resources for this requirement.)

You recorded the note card requirement in your agenda last week.

You will receive a calendar to record important dates and reading materials on the research process.
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For homework refer to your agenda AND investigate the following sites:


RESEARCH GUIDE:

You will need the research booklet that Cobb County uses.

Go to the following site to download. Keep this packet in your research folder.

http://picasso.cobbk12.org/ResearchGuide/ResearchGuide1Document.doc


READING TIP:

Read and re-read very carefully the handouts provided for the research process. There are many little details you must keep in mind as you research and write about your topic.


Basic Steps of the Research Process:

Explore this site carefully. Refer to it often as we move through the steps of the research process.


http://www.crlsresearchguide.org/

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TEACHER INFORMATION

http://gse.gmu.edu/research/tr/TRprocess.shtml


Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:56 AM

Welcome to the Right Spot!


Thank you for visiting your language arts blog today.

Today you will begin your research project and will be going to the media center. We are scheduled to do research in the media center for five days. Today, Mrs. Hendrix will inform you about the topic selection, the sources that are available to you,how to do fill out note cards, plus more!

In class, I will provide a large brown envelope for you to keep your research materials together.

You are to have 100 3X5 white note cards today. Your notecards should be in a Zip Lock Baggy.

(If you do not have a baggy at home, I have a few extras; you do not need to as your pareents to buy baggies. We will pool our resources for this requirement.)

You recorded the note card requirement in your agenda last week.

You will receive a calendar to record important dates and reading materials on the research process.
________________________________________________________________


For homework refer to your agenda AND investigate the following sites:


RESEARCH GUIDE:

You will need the research booklet that Cobb County uses.

Go to the following site to download. Keep this packet in your research folder.

http://picasso.cobbk12.org/ResearchGuide/ResearchGuide1Document.doc


READING TIP:

Read and re-read very carefully the handouts provided for the research process. There are many little details you must keep in mind as you research and write about your topic.


Basic Steps of the Research Process:

Explore this site carefully. Refer to it often as we move through the steps of the research process.


http://www.crlsresearchguide.org/

_____________________________________________________________

TEACHER INFORMATION

http://gse.gmu.edu/research/tr/TRprocess.shtml


Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:56 AM

Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog today.

Today you will begin your research project and will be going to the media center. We are scheduled to do research in the media center for five days.

Today, Mrs. Hendrix will inform you about the topic selection, the sources that are available to you, how to do fill out note cards, plus more!

In class, I will provide a large brown envelope for you to keep your research materials together.

You are to have 100 3X5 white note cards today. Your notecards should be in a Zip Lock Baggy.

(If you do not have a baggy at home, I have a few extras; you do not need to as your pareents to buy baggies. We will pool our resources for this requirement.)

You should have recorded the note card requirement in your agenda Thursday AND Friday of last week.

You will receive a calendar to record important dates and reading materials on the research process. Record all of these dates in your agenda.
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For homework, refer to your agenda each evening AND investigate the following sites for guidance. Reading to learn is part of the research process; reading ABOUT how to do research is an important part of this study. Carefully review the items below and use your "Close-Reading" strategies so you can apply the information and knowledge:


RESEARCH GUIDE:

You will need the research booklet that Cobb County uses. Download this and bring to class January 17 or 18. (If you have computer problems and cannot do this, bring a note from your parents to varify to avoid a No Homework Deduction.)

Go to the following site to download. Keep this packet in your research folder.

http://picasso.cobbk12.org/ResearchGuide/ResearchGuide1Document.doc


READING TIP:

Read and re-read very carefully the handouts provided for the research process. There are many little details you must keep in mind as you research and write about your topic.

Basic Steps of the Research Process:

Explore this site carefully. Refer to it often as we move through the steps of the research process.


http://www.crlsresearchguide.org/

_____________________________________________________________

Write On!

Mrs. Worthington

Chief in Charge of Classy Work!

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:56 AM

December 17, 2006
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

What is up for this week:

This is a 4-day week; winter holidays begin on Friday and you will resume school on January 8, 2007.

Block Parties will be on Thursday. PTSA will have soft drinks and snacks available for those who would like to purchase.

Please be prepared if you are interested in purchasing drinks or snacks.

NOTE:

I will not be giving permission to make phone calls home to have money brought to school for this event; you need to plan ahead and be prepared.

Parent Note:
Recently, there have been a number of classroom interruptions in which students leave the classroom to pick up forgotten items at the office. Please encourage your child to plan ahead and assume responsibility for the items they should have with them; interruptions interfere with classroom instruction. Please join me in encouraging students to think and plan ahead as they assume age- appropriate responsibility.
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For this week, the homework and class work assignments are as follows:

NOTE: You are to carefully fill out your agendas and make notations of any important changes. Keeping a calendar and writing "Things To-Do" is an important life skill. Agenda notes have priority over blog notes which may have been written in advance.

Monday:

Spelling~Plus:

Due on Wednesday and will be your first homework assignment grade for the new nine weeks.

Compose a baker's dozen sentences using the words found in your spelling book from lessons #11 and #12. Each sentence should be a complex sentence or compound-complex sentence; include two or more sentences in each sentence and underline each.

If you do not recall exactly how to write complex sentence or compound-complex sentences from our class discussion then use your research talents and investigate online sources and/or your Prentice Hall Writing and Grammar textbook.

SPECIAL NOTE:

If you have carefully followed directions, you have a grammar text and a spelling workbook at home; these stay at home until the last few weeks of school).


Formatting: MLA heading, neat and legible handwriting, underline each spelling word.

Special Challenge:

Rather than writing JUST sentences, try your hand at writing a story. As long as you have 13 compound~complex sentences with two spelling words in each, you may insert other sentences, dialogue to make your prose flow with ease.

There will be a spelling quiz on Thursday. Reminder: this is the day before the winter holiday and it is a regular day. Attendance is important.

There will be a morning make~up on Tuesday for this quiz. See me on January 8 for a morning pass if you miss the Thursday quiz.

Monday:

Discussion Topic:

Complex sentences and compound~complex sentences.
CRCT Practice Review Sheet & discussion

Writing Assignment:

Complete persuasive essay. You have written your web and first draft.
On Monday you write your final copy using the 8th grade writing test paper.

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

The first day of the winter holidays.

Best Wishes to You and Your Family!

Play safe; make good choices!

Mrs. Worthington

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:10 AM

December 11, 2006
Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog!

This week you will be working on your "Response to Literature Packet" for you Dream Series book. Your packet should be completed by Tuesday.

You should have your "Meaningful Quotes Mini-Posters" completed for class Monday.

Have you given your parents the information about our
"Wednesday Book~Chat?"

Homework Assignments . . .

Monday: Edit your Response to Literature Folder and make sure all questions are answered. Due Tuesday/tomorrow.

Tuesday: Bring your Book~Chat book with you to class. Your Response to Literature Folder will be turned in at the end of class.

Wednesday: Book~Chat is today.

Thursday:

Friday:

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:24 AM

December 04, 2006
Write ~ On!

This week we will be using the Write Source book.

Writing: Persuasive writing is the focus for this week and next week. You will consider a topic for writing that has different view points: you will select from a science or social studies topic. We will begin discussing topic considerations in class and you will finalize your choice by Thursday.

Literature: Allegory as a genre will be discussed; the book Terrible Things by Eve Bunting will be read aloud, and you will write a response to literature for your portfolio. Responses to this literature selection will be read aloud during class.

Reading: You are reading your Dream Series book and considering the questions that will be discussed at the book chat on December 13. The Mabry book store has extended its time to 9:30 A.M. for your convenience.

Punctuation: This week the focus for punctuation will be on commas. By the end of the week you should be very knowledgeable about how to use commas to make your writing clear.

Sites to See:

Monday:

  • Read for 20+ minutes and have a parent sign for verification.
  • Create a mini-poster for comma usage and share tomorrow during class.

Tuesday:

  • Read for 20-30+ minutes and a parent sign for verification.
  • Make arrangements for completing your Dream Series reading.
  • Study for your Daily Oral Language Quiz on Friday.
  • Spelling Lessons 10 and 11; begin to study for quiz on Monday (Lsn. 10 is even and Lsn. 11 is odd)

Wednesday:

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 08:47 AM

November 13, 2006

Welcome to the Write~Spot!

Thank you for visiting your language arts blog!

This week we will be taking a close look at poetry and will begin by enjoying the selection of poems in our literature text. On Monday we will kick-off our study by gathering important vocabulary that goes with the study of poetry, as well as, look closely at "word imagery."

You will write an "I Am" poem that may be turned in any time this week.

Our writing focus will be descriptive writing this week and for warm-up writings you will be using a variety of sentence patterns. The Write Source Book will be handy on your desk. This is also available at Mabry’s store.

We continue the following:

(1) Daily Oral Language; (2) Spelling Workbook Lesson (Combined 8 & 9 for this week); (3) WOW Words of the Week;(4) Journal Night~Writes; (5) Prentice Hall Grammar Workbook reviews; (6) DEAR Reading & Expository~Article reading; (7) Shared~Reading: 101 Secrets a Good Dad Knows.

There will be an agenda check several times this week. You should be recording for all of your classes and you should have a detailed account of what you are doing for both class work and homework.

We will be viewing personal organization skills this week. Is your locker neat and organized and debris free? What about your backpack? There should be no loose papers; ALL papers should be attached to your binder or tucked neatly in a pocket folder. Part of being organized is getting rid of paper clutter. This can be tricky because you do not want to throw away items that you are still referring to. When in doubt ~ ASK your teachers.

To be on the safe side ~ take the papers you think you no longer need and place them in a HOLDING FILE kept at home in a safe place (Using a box under bed may be a good spot). If you have taken a paper out of your binder that you need after all, then you have not thrown it away.

For this week, you will have a Daily Oral Language Test, a spelling quiz, an "I Am" poem project,a Night~Write entry, and selected assignments in your grammar textbook having to do with prepositions; and grammar workbook pages to complete and study (Test with date recorded in your agenda).

IMPORTANT REMINDER:

YOUR ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR RECORDING ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND DATES IN YOUR AGENDA!

Last week, you checked a nonfiction, bottom-shelf book out of the media center. Bring this to class Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. We will be using this book to practice writing MLA citations the correct way. This is a skill you will need in all of your classes as you give credit to authors when you use their ideas to support your own research.

Take care and WRITE~ON the RIGHT way!

Mrs. Worthington

Chief in Charge of Classy Work!

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 07:40 AM

October 30, 2006
Welcome to the Write-Spot!

Welcome to your language arts blog!

Today, you will have a brief study session with a peer to jog your memory and to focus on the spelling words for your Spelling-Plus quiz.
You will do the editing, and other challenges, which go with your word collection. Remember to look at the review page, and of course, the word R-E-C-E-I-V-E-D will be on the list. :)

Today, we will begin to collect Greek and Latin roots; some of our collection will come from your spelling workbook; some will come from other sources we will view later in the week.

Halloween conversations with a partner is on the agenda for this week!
Writing Studio will be on Wednesday.

Plan "A" is to finish Old Yeller this week; Plan "B" will be that we will finish next week. Classes are at different places in the novel.

We will have both a reading and a writing warm-up beginning this week.
For reading you will begin a nonfiction book that is a collection of 101 expository writings. The name of the book is
101 Secrets a Good Dad Knows.

Today, for an exit-slip I will ask you to write to inform and tell my about your skills with keyboarding.

Write~On!

Mrs. Worthington

(Chief in Charge of Classy Writing!)

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 06:53 AM

October 28, 2006
MLA : How to Write Your Report

Welcome to the Write-Spot!

This website will provide you with a "handbook" on how to make citations and format your papers.

You may want to "bookmark" this on your computer for future use. :)

http://www.docstyles.com/mlaquick.htm

Posted by Mrs. Worthington at 08:23 AM

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