Monthly Archives: November 2014

Greetings from Mrs. White and BEHAVE for Mrs. Williams!

You have plenty to do…. now get it done up! ūüôā

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Section 3 – Deadly by Julie Chibbaro – p 92 – 141

Admonishment p 100 Scrupulous p 110 Camaraderie p 128 Garish, Hedonist & Decrepit p 133 Timbre p 139

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Nonfiction Reading Response

Use this reading response choice board as a group. Select three activities to complete that  make a tic tac toe that passes through the center square. Share your information on the appropriate wall board.

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Text Structure

Use this graphic (and the similar one in your interactive notebook on page 58) to help you identify what text structure you are seeing in your Nonfiction text piece about Mary Mallon. ¬†Then create an appropriate graphic organizer to show … Continue reading

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Section 2 – p 44 – 91- Deadly by Julie Chibbaro

Providence is on page 52. Foppish is on page 69. Copious is on page 85.

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The Gibson Girl

“Miss Ruben told us we should aspire to the GIBSON GIRL image and think of ourselves as delicate roses.” The picture on the right is one of the most famous images of a Gibson Girl. ¬†The picture on the left … Continue reading

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How the Other Half Lives – By Jacob Riis

1. ¬†Select an image below and look closely at it. ¬†What do you know about living in the tenements in New York City in the late 1800’s from this picture? 2. ¬†What can you infer about the life of the … Continue reading

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