This week in US History: (more…)
Now that we have made it almost halfway through the first semester, some of the supplies we use in US history are beginning to run low. If you would like to help, my classroom is in need of glue sticks and tape.
Thank you for your continuous support and generosity!
- Ms. Riegler
HSPVA Creative Writing Workshop October 17, 2014
The HSPVA Creative Writing Workshop will be on Saturday, November 15th this year. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in creative writing.
The flier is attached here. CW Workshop Flyer_Final
There are also copies available in the front office.
This week, the students began working their way through a rotation of activities to learn about the Holocaust and World War II, experiences of modern day refugees, and to explore modern-day examples of goodness in the world (Analyzing an Editorial Cartoon, Journaling about Holocaust Victims, Writing a Persuasive Essay, Analyzing Holocaust Poetry and Refugee Stories, Gallery of Goodness Collage, Devil’s Arithmetic and Letter Writing, Timeline of the Holocaust and World War II).
Read your Holocaust/WW II narrative book. Reader/Writer Entry #1 Due Monday 10/20, Tuesday 10/21. The instructions for this assignment are on the 2nd 6 Weeks Overview2nd Six Overview. Students should also have an example entry in their R/W Notebook that we completed as a class after reading the short story Terrible Things. If you have forgotten your R/W Notebook at school, here is a link to a printable copy of the pages: reader-writer-notebook-pages
The students were also assigned an Illustrated Affix Dictionary, due Oct. 27/28. Directions: Illustrated Affix Dictionary
History – HISTORY FAIR HELP :) October 15, 2014
If you/ your student is having trouble with figuring out history fair, or if they need further suggestions, I highly recommend these two events: