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Hello 8th graders,

This is a reminder to study, study, study

for your final Wednesday, January 20th.

Please reach out to me if you are confused

or need help on anything. The final is on our

core novel and knowledge of text features.

Best,

Mrs. Teague

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Hello 7th graders,

This is a reminder to study, study, study for your final this Friday. Please reach out to me if you are confused or need help on anything. The final is on our core novel and knowledge of text features.

Best,

Mrs. Teague

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Hey all 7th and 8th graders,

We are now having the Snowflake Ball on January 22, 2016 from 6-8:30 p.m in order to help raise money for our Boston and D.C trips. The cost will be $3. There will be music, dancing, and snacks for sale! Make sure you wear all white as well as your dancing shoes! This will be a night to remember!!

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Hey all 7th and 8th graders,

We are now having the Snowflake Ball on January 22, 2016 from 6- 8:30 p.m in order to help raise money for our Boston and D.C trips. The cost will be $3. There will be music, dancing, and snacks for sale! Make sure you wear all white as well as your dancing shoes! This will be a night to remember!!

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Dear 7th graders,

Pleased be advised we will be having a quiz on Wringer Tuesday in classes B208 and B209 and on Friday in class B212. 

Good Luck,

Mrs. Teague

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DUE OCTOBER 13, 2015

 

Students!

It's time to get artistic! Choose a theme from Monster, our core novel, and create a song, rap, ballad, poem, or piece of art work that demonstrates this theme. Please refer to the powerpoint you all received and was shared with you in Google as well. As always, see me if you need help!

Good Luck!

Mrs. Teague

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Dear 8th Grade Parents,

This is a reminder to come out and meet your child's teachers, September 29th at Open House; taking place from 5-7:30!

Looking forward to meeting you!

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Dear 7th Grade Parents,

This is a reminder to come out and meet your child's teachers, September 29th at Open House; taking place from 5-7:30!

Looking forward to meeting you!

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Dear Students,

Welcome back!!

Remember, there are several ways to stay in touch with what's going on in class. Be sure to check the blog, your google classroom, Power School, or the board in class!! Don't forget to share that information with your parents and get your parent letter signed and return it to class.

Looking forward to a great year!

 

Mrs. Teague

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Dear Students,

Welcome back!!

Remember, there are several ways to stay in touch with what's going on in class. Be sure to check the blog, your google classroom, Power School, or the board in class!! Don't forget to share that information with your parents and get your parent letter signed and return it to class.

Looking forward to a great year!

 

Mrs. Teague

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Today was the 7th and 8th Grade first time ever Student Showcase!

Students proudly presented their coached projects to fellow students and staff at Ross/Woodward on a variety of social, historical, and science-related topics! Projects will be available to be observed through 5pm today. Below you can find some of the wonderful projects that are on display in the Library Media Center. Please support our middle school by viewing their projects!!

 

Great job students!!

7/8 Team

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This is a final reminder that your quiz for Vocabulary List 15 is Tuesday, June 2nd!!

Also your first draft for your Literary Analysis Paper (identifying the author's purpose in Slumming and what literary devices do you think she uses to teach the lesson) is due no later than Monday, June 8th. This week we are drafting our essays.

Make sure you use your step by step guide I gave you.

 

Good Luck! First drafts due Monday, June 8th.

Vocabulary List 15

1. Insouciant- Showing a casual lack of concern; indifferent or untroubled.

2. Loathe- To feel intense dislike for; hate

3. Witty- Showing a quick and inventive verbal humor; comical or funny (in an intelligent way).

4. Colossal- Extremely large; gargantuan/ huge

5. Diminutive- Extremely or unusually small; tiny

6. Vapid- Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; dull; uninspiring.

7. Charming- Pleasant or attractive; delightful.

8. Obtuse- Annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand; stupid/ignorant

9. Expound- To explain in detail; elucidate.

10. Censure- To express severe disapproval in a formal way; criticize. 

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This is a final reminder that your quiz for Vocabulary List 15 is Tuesday, June 2nd!!

Also your first draft for your Literary Essay (comparing and contrasting a nonfiction and fiction sources) was due today. This week we are editing and revising our drafts.

Remember, you're choosing a fiction and nonfiction source from the same historic period to compare and contrast. How are they the same? How are they different? How does the author use the history to create his/her fiction piece?

 

Good Luck! Final drafts due Friday, June 5th.

Vocabulary List 15

1. Insouciant- Showing a casual lack of concern; indifferent or untroubled.

2. Loathe- To feel intense dislike for; hate

3. Witty- Showing a quick and inventive verbal humor; comical or funny (in an intelligent way).

4. Colossal- Extremely large; gargantuan/ huge

5. Diminutive- Extremely or unusually small; tiny

6. Vapid- Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; dull; uninspiring.

7. Charming- Pleasant or attractive; delightful.

8. Obtuse- Annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand; stupid/ignorant

9. Expound- To explain in detail; elucidate.

10. Censure- To express severe disapproval in a formal way; criticize. 

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Dear Ross/Woodward Community,

The 7th and 8th grade students will be showcasing their coached projects JUNE 8TH! The showcase will take place in the Library Media Center throughout the day until 5pm. All of the RWW family are invited to view the projects and will get the opportunity to speak to students regarding their projects.

 

We are very excited to share with you all that we have learned!!

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Dear 8th grade Writing Students,

Below you will find the words for list 14. Your quiz is Friday, May 22!! Your vocabulary list 14 short narrative using 7 words is due Monday.

 

Best,

 

Mrs. Teague

 

List 14 Vocabulary Words

Protrude- to (literally) stick out (ex: as from the ground)

Taint to make unclean, impure, or dirty.

Masquerade – a false show or disguise; make-belief

Stealthy- behaving, done, or made in a cautious manner so as not to be seen or heard; sly

Intricate- very complicated or detailed.

Placate- Make (someone) less angry or hostile; soothe

Lithe-(of a person’s body) think and graceful; slender.

Jettison- Throw or drop something from a plane or ship (can also be used rhetorically: to jettison someone out of a room or house)

Traditional- long established as in routines, dynamics, or celebrations

Sullen- bad-tempered or sulky

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Dear 7th grade Writing Students,

Below you will find the words for list 14. Make sure that you study and turn in all homework by Friday the 15th.

Your quiz is this Monday, May 18!!!

 

Study hard,

Mrs. Teague

 

List 14 Vocabulary Words

Protrude- to (literally) stick out (ex: as from the ground)

Taint to make unclean, impure, or dirty.

Masquerade – a false show or disguise; make-belief

Stealthy- behaving, done, or made in a cautious manner so as not to be seen or heard; sly

Intricate- very complicated or detailed.

Placate- Make (someone) less angry or hostile; soothe

Lithe-(of a person’s body) think and graceful; slender.

Jettison- Throw or drop something from a plane or ship (can also be used rhetorically: to jettison someone out of a room or house)

Traditional- long established as in routines, dynamics, or celebrations

Sullen- bad-tempered or sulky

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Welcome back students!!

We are getting right back into our routine with our vocabulary words. We are now on list 13. Remember the homework will always be the same: sentences (all 10 words), short narrative (7 words), Frayer model (5 words from the list), and poem (using 5 words). Remember to study!!!

List 13 Vocab: Quiz next Monday, 4/27

  1. Admonish- To warn or scold someone firmly; scold
  2. Barrage- To bombard (someone/something) with something; abundance.
  3. Allude- To hint at; imply or suggest
  4. Criticize- to indicate the faults of (something/someone) in a negative way; censure.
  5. Disclose- to tell or make known; reveal
  6. Innocence- Lack of guilt, corruption, or evil; pure/purity
  7. Precede- to come before in order/position; previous
  8. Stammer- to speak with involuntary pauses and a tendency to repeat the initial letters of words; stutter
  9. Submerge- cause to be under water; flood

10 Usurp- to take power or a position of importance illegally or by force; seize.

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Welcome back students!!

We are getting right back into our routine with our vocabulary words. We are now on list 13. Remember the homework will always be the same: sentences (all 10 words), short narrative (5 words), Frayer model (3 words from the list), and poem (using 5 words). Remember to study!!!

List 13 Vocab: Quiz next Monday, 4/27

  1. Admonish- To warn or scold someone firmly; scold
  2. Barrage- To bombard (someone/something) with something; abundance.
  3. Allude- To hint at; imply or suggest
  4. Criticize- to indicate the faults of (something/someone) in a negative way; censure.
  5. Disclose- to tell or make known; reveal
  6. Innocence- Lack of guilt, corruption, or evil; pure/purity
  7. Precede- to come before in order/position; previous
  8. Stammer- to speak with involuntary pauses and a tendency to repeat the initial letters of words; stutter
  9. Submerge- cause to be under water; flood

10 Usurp- to take power or a position of importance illegally or by force; seize.

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Dear 7th Graders,

Today List 12 vocabulary words were given out. Make sure to study for your quiz this coming Monday, March 30th.

Don't forget that final drafts of your speeches are due this date as well. Presentations of speeches will begin that week.

Here are your words. Make sure you S.T.U.D.Y!!

List 12 Vocabulary

  1. Labyrinth- a complicated network or paths in which it is hard to find one’s way; maze/puzzle

  1. Traverse- to travel across or through; cross or journey.

  1. Linger- to stay in one place longer than necessary; wait

  1. Influential- having a great influence on someone or something; controlling

  1. Seamless- Smooth and continuous with no gaps or spaces; smooth

  1. Offensive- something or someone that insults, causes deep hurt OR to be actively aggressive; combative or insulting

  1. Condescending- having or showing a feeling of superiority that puts others down; snobbish

  1. Hypothetical- Dealing in possibilities and what-ifs;maybe

  1. Meager- a small amount/lacking in quality; insufficient

  1. Portly-fat

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Dear 8th Graders,

Today List 12 was given out. Make sure to study for your quiz this coming Monday, March 30th.

Don't forget that final drafts of your script for your P.S.As are due this date as well. Presentations for the P.S.A will begin that week.

Here are your words. Make sure you S.T.U.D.Y!!

List 12 Vocabulary

 

  1. Labyrinth- a complicated network or paths in which it is hard to find one’s way; maze/puzzle

 

  1. Traverse- to travel across or through; cross or journey.

 

  1. Linger- to stay in one place longer than necessary; wait

 

  1. Influential- having a great influence on someone or something; controlling

 

  1. Seamless- Smooth and continuous with no gaps or spaces; smooth

 

  1. Offensive- something or someone that insults, causes deep hurt OR to be actively aggressive; combative or insulting

 

  1. Condescending- having or showing a feeling of superiority that puts others down; snobbish

 

  1. Hypothetical- Dealing in possibilities and what-ifs;maybe

 

  1. Meager- a small amount/lacking in quality; insufficient

 

  1. Portly-fat

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