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End of Year Project in Google Classroom

End of Year Project

View the slideshow below and choose which project you will complete. Submit your choice by adding or creating a doc


Hurricane Cafe 2 in Google Classroom

Hurricane Cafe 2

Add or create doc to place your order and submit


Hurricane Cafe in Google Classroom

Hurricane Cafe

CHOOSE 1 ITEM FROM EACH SECTION OF THE MENU. Add or create doc to place your order


FLOSS test taking strategy in Google Classroom

FLOSS test taking strategy

A fun cut and paste


S.M.A.R.T. goals vision board in Google Classroom

S.M.A.R.T. goals vision board

Create a S.M.A.R.T. Vision Board with  4 goals 
1.School/Academic goal 2.Behavior Goal 3.Organizational Goal 4. Personal goal of your choice
At least 10 pictures cut out and glued onto your board. 

Graphic Organizer for each goal due Tuesday 3/29


The Hundred Dresses in Google Classroom

The Hundred Dresses

The purpose of this lesson is to practice citing evidence from a literary text. We will read a passage from the novel The Hundred Dresses. 
First, sit back and relax as I read this passage to you but, make sure you track along with a pencil or your finger. Next, I will show you how to find a detail that relates to our guiding question. Finally, you will respond to the following question.
Answer This Question in the Google Doc Below-
The author tells us that Maddie “felt sad” because she was mean to Wanda. Which details in the text support that Maddie was sad? 

About the Book
This Newbery Honor classic, illustrated by a Caldecott Medalist, is a beautifully written tribute to the power of kindness, acceptance, and standing up for what's right.

Wanda Petronski is ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress every day. She claims she has one hundred dresses at home, but everyone knows she doesn’t. When Wanda is pulled out of school one day, the class feels terrible, and classmate Maddie decides that she is "never going to stand by and say nothing again." A gentle tale about bullies, bystanders, and having the courage to speak up.

Let me know if you'd like to read the book!


St.Patrick's Day Poem in Google Classroom

St.Patrick's Day Poem

We will apply what we already know about poetry while we celebrate St. Patrick's Day. We will get a double dose of: Metaphor, Simile, Stanza, Speaker, Rhyme Scheme, Figurative Language and much more.


Quotient  in Google Classroom


Use the Frayer Graphic Organizer to learn the word Quotient


Keys to Success in Google Classroom

Keys to Success

How can you become more successful in school? 

We will review 10 Keys to Success for Middle School. Then open the answer responses as a google doc. Once you complete your answers, add your google doc and submit


My Story of Survival  in Google Classroom

My Story of Survival

After our small group reading session, answer the following questions by choosing the correct option from the set of multiple choice options.

ELAGSER.1 Text Evidence R.3 Explaining Events R.6 Point of View


What would you do? in Google Classroom

What would you do?

What would you do if you were stranded on a deserted island with someone you dislike?

Must be 1 paragraph. Use the hamburger graphic organizer to help you.


Inference Task Cards in Google Classroom

Inference Task Cards

Welcome to the Reading Cafe! 
Did you know that good readers use various strategies to help them comprehend texts?

One strategy readers use is called, making inferences. Making inferences is a comprehension strategy used by proficient readers to “read between the lines,” make connections, and draw conclusions about the text’s meaning and purpose.
You already make inferences all of the time. For example, imagine you go over to a friend’s house and they point at the sofa and say, “Don’t sit there, Cindy came over with her baby again.” What could you logically conclude?First, you know there must be a reason not to sit where your friend is pointing. Next, the reason not to sit there is related to the fact that Cindy just visited with her baby. You don’t know what exactly happened, but you can make an inference and don’t need to ask any more questions to know that you do not want to sit there.

Watch the videos below. Then, answer the questions on the task cards to practice making inferences.


Who is one person that you look up to and why? in Google Classroom

Who is one person that you look up to and why?

Who is one person that you look up to and why? Your response should be a complete paragraph (topic sentence, 2-3 supporting sentences and a concluding sentence. You can always use the hamburger graphic organizer to help you lay out your response.


Valentines Argumentative Writing  in Google Classroom

Valentines Argumentative Writing

The stores are full of red and pink candy, flowers, teddybears, heart shaped balloons and much more all in the name of L.O.V.E.! Many recognize this day in the U.S. and all around the world. It's a day to show love and appreciation to their family, friends and maybe even a, "special someone". However, some believe Valentine's Day shouldn't be celebrated at all. 

Based on the articles we read about this holiday, what do you believe? Write an argumentative paragraph or essay stating your claim. Remember, you must cite evidence and support your claim.


Multi Step Word Problems in Google Classroom

Multi Step Word Problems

Do you feel anxious when presented with word problems? Worry no more! There are tricks and strategies to get them done quickly and easily. This assignment will focus on using CUBES to help you with word problems.


What's Your Perspective? in Google Classroom

What's Your Perspective?

The purpose of this assignment  is to begin to voice your own opinion and perspective while respecting that others may have different perspectives about the same topic.


If I Could be Anyone- Narrative Writing in Google Classroom

If I Could be Anyone- Narrative Writing

If you could be anyone for another day who would you be and what would you do on that day?

Use the hamburger graphic organizer to help you layout your paragraph.
Must include 4-5 sentences.


Math Diagnostic in Google Classroom

Math Diagnostic

Login to IXL and continue working on your Diagnostic


Conferencing and Writing Risky Thinking in Google Classroom

Conferencing and Writing Risky Thinking

Today you will each conference one-on-one with me to discuss your personal and academic goals. Also, we will complete the writing prompt, Risky Thinking to answer the following question: What's the greatest risk you've taken this year?


Espresso Yourself in Google Classroom

Espresso Yourself

Welcome to Study Skills! This graphic organizer will help us get to know one another and discuss some fun topics!