We then completed our CCSS ELA RL1 Post-Test on citing textual evidence
Next, students were encouraged to use the three Quizziz homework assignments to study for their upcoming tests. See the post below this one to link to those assignments or check your phone because I sent them out as a Remind as well.
Lastly, students were assigned a lesson on study.com to help them review how to tell if a sentence is a simple sentence. That lesson is already loaded on study.com for you. Make sure to take the quiz, ok?
Ms. Davis is my name and teaching English (along with several other superhuman powers) is my game. I love language and the power of words, and I hope some of my enthusiasm rubs off on you as well.
DISCLAIMER: My sense of humor can best be described as "dry nerd-nouveau" with a side of wack-a-doo antics and word-play. Picture the Cheshire Cat spitting a surprise freestyle after Corey Gunz on a hidden-track version of 6 foot, 7 foot , if you will. Who describes me this way? The world may never know because I purposely wrote that sentence in passive voice. You'll just have to trust that the above nuanced description and actual functional example of my sense of humor is spot on. "Pow, pow...the end."
If enjoying tomes is nearly synonymous with enjoying tombs ( and hopefully not homophonous...hehe alliteration), then worry not...just do your work and you'll be fine just the same...not concluded, not punished by way of forced payment, not an accurate accounting of metal, but you know...the adjective, secondary sixth type of fine.
I will give a prize to any brave soul who dares to unravel the above linguistic linguini and gets it right.