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Welcome to Mr. Haskell's page. Below you will find information about our language arts classes!
The Syllabus below should answer many questions you may have!
Book CLub Options for Fantasy/Science Fiction Unit
Found by: Margaret Peterson Haddix
Hokey Pokey by: Jerry Spinelli
House of Dark Shadows by: Robert Liparulo
Kingdom Keepers by: Ridley Pearson
The Grave Yard Book by: Neil Gaiman
Savvy by: Ingrid Law
Singer of All Songs by: Kate Constable
Tuck Everlasting by: Natalie Babbitt
The Phantom Toolbooth by: Norton Juster
The White Mountaain by: John Christopher
Capt. Hook by J.V. Jart
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
The Dark Rising Sequence Over Sea, Under Stone by: Susan Cooper
Enders Game By: Orson Scott Card
Book Club Options for Adventure Unit
Alex Ryder Stormbreakers by: Anthony Horowitz
Escape from Fire Mountain by: Gary Paulsen
Hatchet by: Gary Paulsen
Lord of the Files by: William Golding
My Side of the Mountain by: Jean Craighead George
Night of the Twisters by: Ivy Ruckman
An Elephant in the Garden by: Michael Morpurgo
Golden Boy by: Tara Sullivan
Shooting Kabul by: N.H. Senzai
The Book Thief by: Markus Zusak
Elijah of Buxton by: Christopher Paul Curtis
The One and Only Ivan by : Katherine Applegate
Lost in the Sun by: Lisa Graff
Swindle by: Gordon Korman
Fenway Fever by: John Ritter
Every two weeks we will have a new set of vocabulary words. Week one we will go over the words on Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday and write example sentences as a class as well as discuss the meaning. Week two we will have a packet that reinforces the meaning of the words but also makes the students use them in context. This will be due on the Friday of that week. Every other Friday we will take a quiz over the meaning of our 15 words. The words for the units are below.
Unit 3 Words and definitions:
Unit 3 Review Packet (Given Week of 10/22)
Monday: Students finished and turned in their narrative poems. Grades will be up for those in about a week or so.
Thursday-Friday: We will be spedning the rest of the time up until break on HOW TO SPEECHES. Please see the description below:
During this unit your child will be practicing many skills that include speaking and listening. They will be showing us how to do something, how to make something, how to survive something, etc. This unit ends with your child presenting a demonstration speech of their own. Students will be presenting their speeches starting Monday December 17th through Friday December 21st.
A component of this demonstration speech is to bring in props that will be visual aids in their demonstration speeches. I will ask students to bring in their props that are associated with their speech. We will be practicing in class, therefore it will be helpful to practice with their props. Students will be able to store items in my room if they do not fit in his/her locker.
Students will sign up for a day to present their demonstration speech. This will allow them to be as prepared as possible. Once their presentation is done, they will also be able to take home their props.
Througout the next few weeks anyting they do not compete in class will become homework. This will vary for each student. Please check in on a regular basis to see how they are doing. Alos near the end of the unit encourage them to practice their speech for you.
Book Club # 3
Book Club #2
Book Club # 1