January, 2013

Newsletter covers weeks of Jan. 28 and Feb. 4th

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There will be a change in my weekly newsletter. I will now be publishing it bi-weekly. This will place more responsibility on the learner to take better notes in the weekly planner. Spelling and vocabulary lists will still be posted on …Continue reading →

Spelling/Vocabulary test- Week of January 28, 2013

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Building Language: Vocabulary List/Spelling List Week of January 28, 2013   depositing- delivering  descended- to slope or lean downward  debris- the remains of anything broken down  decay- to decompose decrease- to make less define- to state the meaning depend- to …Continue reading →

Weekly Newsletter- January 14, 2013

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Language Arts -Taking notes for our biography report. Send in any books or articles you may have at home. -Weekly Spelling and Vocabulary list- Words with “sub” prefix http://staff.bbhcsd.org/lantj/2013/01/weekly-spelling-and-vocabulary-list-week-of-january-14-2013/ -Reading non-fiction biography worksheets -Limited homework for the next three weeks. Each …Continue reading →

Weekly Spelling and Vocabulary List- Week of January 14, 2013

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Spelling and Vocabulary List- January 14, 2013   arcade- row of arches  sublime- inspiring, awe  subscribe- to give or pay money for something  submit- to give over subway- underground passageway subsoil- under soil suburb- where people live and travel into …Continue reading →

Spelling and Vocabulary list- Week of January 7, 2013

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Building Language: Vocabulary List/Spelling List Week of January 7, 2013       arch- curved stone gateway     architecture- the style of a building     aqueducts- a structure that carries water     prepare- to put into proper condition      semester- …Continue reading →

Weekly Newsletter- January 7, 2013

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Weekly Challenge Newsletter- Week of January 7, 2013   Language Arts-  Beginning a new grammar series called Building Language by Michael Clay Thompson Vocabulary and spelling list on blog Continue reading The Green Book Non-fiction reading/skills – Time for Kids …Continue reading →