Parents can transcribe what the student says; please keep their words.
Blue Books: Do pages 13 & 14
Yellow Books: Do pages 13 & 14
Orange Books: Do pages 13 & 14 (Parents, on page 13, tell them what "mystery" letter to write in the boxes)
FOR FUN!! This is a story the kids wrote today in class from a picture. “Stop! In the name of the law! I’ll put you in jail. You cannot rob the museum, you rat!” The police officer yelled at the greatest thief of all in the city of London in the middle of a museum. The museum was filled with treasure of all kinds like jewels, diamonds, emeralds, gold, and race cars to get away fast. The thief was about to get in a race car and drive away with all the jewels and the Mona Lisa. Police Officer Joe Jeff pulled out his taser and tased the thief before he could get in the race car. Police Officer Joe Jeff called the police station to get a paddy wagon to take the thief to jail, and he put all the gold, diamonds, and the race cars back in place. To thank the police officer, the museum gave him the Mona Lisa and a few jewels. The End
HIGH SCHOOL HOMEWORK
Homework: Journal of your choice. Remember sentence fluency with transitions and consider sentence length and varying your sentence beginnings. (Next week we will start revisions!)
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