Narrative Extended Constructed Response – The Longest Trail

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Write a narrative of a cowboy traveling on a cattle trail. Use details from the movie review and movie poster to add specific ideas.
Remember to USE your SCRATCH PAPER to BRAINSTORM and write a ROUGH DRAFT

Practice Milestones Short Constructed Response

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Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text based on specific information in the text
How did the reviewer’s knowledge of the lives of real cowboys MOST LIKELY influence his or her opinion of the movie? Use details from the movie review to support your answer
On a scale of 0 – 2, in order to receive FULL credit, the response achieves the following:
•Gives sufficient evidence of the ability to explain the relationships between ideas
•Includes specific examples/details that make clear reference to the text
•Adequately explains the relationships between ideas with clearly relevant
information based on the text

Extended Constructed Response

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What goal do the schools mentioned in both articles share? Support your answer with evidence from BOTH texts.

Short Constructed Response

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Why is skateboarding an especially good activity for kids in schools? Use EVIDENCE from the text to support your answer.

Week 14 – Favorite Fruit vs Favorite Vegetable Compare/Contrast Paragraph

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After revising (adding, changing, taking out, etc.) your writing AND editing for spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar mistakes, type your final draft comparison/contrast piece in the blog below 🙂

 

Playful Poetry

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Post your poems here! Use pgs. 248-249 in your Writer’s Express to choose a playful form

Memories of WJPS

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Since this is the last WJPS yearbook, we would like some quotes from students that have attended the Primary school. Please write down your favorite thoughts about attending WJPS – like your favorite teachers and why, favorite activities that they remember from the Primary school, etc. Share your memories for the final yearbook at WJPS!

2015 Field Day Ideas

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What are your favorite games/activities during Field Day? What activities/games would you like to see brought to this year’s Field Day? Be specific with your details!

Reading comparison and contrast

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Write a compare/contrast summary (detailed sentences!) for the article,”The Boys Who Fought Hitler”, and the Reader’s Theatre, “This is London”. Include at least 2 things you found to be similarities AND 2 things that are contrasts from both.