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Study Island: Inferences and Point of View due: 12/23
Students must complete Study Island sections on Inferences and Point of View. Each will count as a quiz grade based on the number of responses correct out of 100%.
Test; "Charles" and "Christmas Day in the Morning"- Dec 21
Test: Thursday, November 17
Test: Thursday, Nov. 17- "The Tell Tale Heart"
Study Island Assignment Nov 12
Study Island due Nov 12- Diagnostic Test
Study Island Assignment Due Sunday, Nov 13
The Study Island homework due Sunday, Nov 13 is Root word and affix and Active and Passive Voice
2nd Quarter Writing
Due: Thursday, Nov. 10
Information is below under "The Tell Tale Heart" tab
Study Island
Due: Sunday (11/6) at 11:30 pm

Diagnostic test and affix,suffix, prefix quiz

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Turnitin
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Log in information:

Period 1- 13935632
Period 2- 13935636
Period 3- 13935623
Period 6 13935639
Period 8- 13935642

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The Tell Tale Heart Essay Question 2
In Poe’s short story “The Tell Tale Heart,” the narrator’s intentions are not good. The narrator’s intentions are to kill the old man, not because he dislikes the old man, but because he dislikes the old man’s eye. In paragraph three sentence five, the narrator states, “I knew what the old man felt, and pitied him, although I chuckled at heart”. This quote states that the narrator felt pity for the old man because he knew the old man feared impending death, yet he chuckled at the thought of murdering the old man. The narrator in Poe’s short story “The Tell Tale Heart” does not have good intentions towards the old man despite caring for the old man.
Brochure and Travel Journal Project
Name_______________________________________ Date________________
Reading 8 Period______________
from Travels with Charley
Project
In class we read an excerpt from Travels with Charley by John Steinbeck. As a two part project to enhance learning, we will create a travel brochure and write an entry in our imaginary travel journal. Both travel brochure and travel journal must use the same travel destination. The travel brochure is worth up to 50 points of a test grade. The journal entry is worth up to 50 points of a test grade. Both parts of the project must be completed and turned in on time. Any late projects will be penalized ten points per project per day until the grade is 0.
Step 1: Choose a place you have visited or would like to visit. Be sure to research the location for your brochure and journal entry. Your journal must contain:
• Brief summary of the setting, with highlights of important places
• Location, including a map • Geography
• Major cities, Well-known places
• Historic Sites and Landmarks
• Recreation and Outdoor Activities—parks, sports, water
• Entertainment
• Climate and overall weather conditions
• Transportation
• Arts and Culture, including museums, theaters, places to visit
• Languages and Local Dialect
• Food that the area is known for
• Pictures/Graphics
• Additional Information

You can create the brochure using paper and markers or color pencils or online using the following site: You must print the brochure before class or it will be considered late. We do not have color printers, so black and white brochures created online are acceptable.
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/Printing_Press/
Remember to include your name in the brochure.
The travel journal can be written out or completed online. The journal must be neat and contain complete sentences. The travel journal must contain four days for period 6; five days for periods 1 and 2; six days for period 3; and seven days for period 7 of entries.
Due date: October 12

Include in Travel Journal:
  • Decide who you are writing this journal for. Our travel journals are written for us. Sometimes they contain witty prose and humor and sometimes they just contains facts we want to remember. I would also suggest you write for yourself.
  • Jot down notes everyday that will help you remember the details of the day.
  • Set aside time in the evening, at breakfast, on plane, train or car rides to take these facts and write your journal entries. Try and write something for every day of your trip.
Must be included in your journal
  • Date (month, day, year)
  • Where did your visit?
  • Each entry must include at least one food stop. The restaurant must be an actual restaurant in your destination. Talk about what you order. Include the smell and taste of the food. What are the surroundings like?
  • Next visit a landmark.
  • Think about what you saw that surprised you. Think about what amused you.
  • Think about the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds.
  • What was the name of that guide, site, etc?
  • Take a picture of that historic plaque to help you with details you may want later.(optional)
Sample Travel Journal available under Files


Welcome to Reading Grade 8
Each and every student is important and has something wonderful to contribute to our class. For that reason, we need to:
  1. Listen closely whenever anyone is speaking. Please refrain from carrying on side conversations when another student is asking a question or giving information. Often, by giving someone else this courtesy, you will learn something new or even find out information that is on a test.
  2. Remember to be on time for class and have tablet or binder and a writing utensil with you. As the year progresses, you will find out that we get busier and busier. Having the necessary supplies with you will help you copy information quickly and move on.
  3. Remember to visit the class webpage each night, especially if you are absent. I will post the work on the website and extra information about the class that might be helpful to you. I don't give individual work to absent students; it's already on the website waiting for you. To access the class webpage go to the Dunmore School District webpage, choose middle school from the schools tab (top tab on left). Once you have accessed the middle school, from the left column choose staff directory. Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose Mrs. Bochicchio. It is at the very bottom of the page. It is a good idea to join the webpage.
  4. Complete all of your homework assignment and hand in your writing assignments on time. Points are deducted for missed or late work and you don't want to lose points needlessly. These are easy ways to ensure a good grade. Use them to your advantage.
  5. If you are in school, you are in class. Students are NOT permitted to miss Reading class to work at a bake sale or go to another room. There is no reason that you should be anywhere other than room 107 during your Reading class period, unless you are at the nurse or lav. Please remember that I do not repeat the work that was missed while you were at the lavatory or nurse. Emergencies are an exception. Please keep trips to the lavatory or nurse to a minimum.
  6. Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself. Touching another student or his or her possessions in a way that might cause a classroom disruption will not be tolerated. You can control your actions, but not those of others around you. Something that you consider simple teasing might not be considered that by the other person.
  7. Please remember that we will be using Accelerated Reader and Study Island this year. Each will count for a grade and information about both will be sent home very soon.
  8. I ask that you please share this rules sheet with your parent(s) or guardian(s). Please ask them to sign the second page and return it to me by Wednesday, September 7, 2016 during your class period. You should keep the first page.

I only need the second page with the signatures returned to me. You may keep the first page for reference.





I have read the rules for Mrs. Bochicchio’s class and promise to follow these simple rules to make the class run more efficiently and enjoyably.

Student’s name (Printed)__________________________________________________
Student’s signature_______________________________________________________
Parent’s name (Printed)___________________________________________________
Parent/ Guardian signature_________________________________________________
Parent/ Guardian,
Thank you for taking the time to read the class rules and signing this sheet.
Thank you,
Mrs. Bochicchio
Reading Grade 8
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Tasks
Daily Class Work
Date Class Work Homework
 
     
     
     
Date Class Work

Homework

Periods 1 and 2    
May 5 Quiz- chapters 1 to 11  
May 4 Review for quiz chapters 1 to 11. Work on take home test.  
May 3 Read chapter 10 and 11 answer questions in packet. Review questions  
May 1 and 2 Math PSSA  
April 28 Complete vocabulary sheet for chapter 8; Read chapter 8 and 9 For May 3- Read chapters 8 and 9; packet questions(chapters 8 to 10)1 to 8 answered in complete sentences  ; summaries of chapters 5 to 8
April 27 The Devil's Arithmetic- Read chapter 7. Answers questions for chapters 6 and 7 in question packet then review questions  
April 24 to 26 PSSA Math  
April 21 Read to Chapter 7 Complete questions 1 to 6 (complete sentences)
April 19 The Devil's Arithmetic chapter 4 Students will write a summary of chapters 1 to 4
Take home test distributed.
April 7 to 13 Introduction to the Holocaust
   
  Period 3  
 
May 5 Quiz- Chapters 1 to 11  
May 4 Review for quiz and work on take home test   
May 3 Read chapters 11 and 12  
May 1 and 2 Science PSSA Vocabulary for Chapters 11 to 13. Summaries of chapters 9 and 10.
Answer questions in packet for chapters 8 to 10
April 28 Read chapters 8 to 10 Questions for chapters 8 to 10 in packet
April 27 Review all work from Monday to Wednesday and write summaries for chapters 4 to 7  
April 24 to April 26 PSSA- Math Monday- Complete the vocabulary for chapters 6 and 7; read chapter 6; answer questions 1 and 2 in the packet
Tuesday- Read chapter 7 and complete questions for chapters 6 and 7 in the packet
Wednesday- Complete the vocabulary for chapters 8 to 10 and read chapter 8
 
April 21  Read to Chapter 6 Complete packet questions 1 to 12
April 19 Students read chapters 3 and part of 4 "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" Write summaries of chapters 1 to 3

Take home test distributed
April 7 to April 13 Introduction to the Holocaust
 
 
  Period 6  
April 28 to May 5 The Diary of Anne Frank play   
April 27 Empathy non fiction reading  
April 26 Test- Four Perfect Pebbles  
April 25 Correct review questions for test  
April 21 and 24 Complete review questions for test  
April 20 Read to end of book  
April 19 Students read and discussed chapter 8 The question for chapter 8
April 10 to 13 "Four Perfect Pebbles" Test: Wednesday, April 26- Four Perfect Pebbles
April 7 Introduction to the Holocaus
   
  Period 8  
May 5 Quiz chapters 1 to 11  
May 3 and 4 Review question packet. Review for quiz. Work on take home test  
May 1 and 2  Read chapters 11 to 13 and answer questions in packet  
April 24 to 28 Read chapters 7 to 10. Complete vocabulary sheets. Write summaries.
Complete vocabulary sheet chapters 11 to 13
 
April 21

Review questions 1 to 12
 

Complete vocabulary for Chapters 6 and 7
 

Read chapter 6

 
April 19 Students read chapters 3 and 4 of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Write a summary for chapters 1 to 4

Take home tests distributed.
April 6 to April 13 Introduction to the Holocaust
   
April 3 to 7 PSSA- ELA  
April 1 Review Mastery Tests  
March 30 and 31 Common Core Workbook Mastery tests 1, 2, and 3  
March 29 Common Core Lesson 15: Word Parts and Relationships  
March 28 Common Core Lesson 14: Context Clues and Reference Materials  
March 27 Review Common Core 9 to 11  
March 22 and 23

Poetry Test 3

When students complete each part of test they will complete Common Core Lesson 11- Conflicting Text

AR due March 22
March 21 Common Core Lesson 10- Reason and Evidence  
March 20

Review for Poetry Test 3

Complete Common Core Workbook Lesson 9- Visual Formats

 
March 16 and 17 "For My Sister Mollie" Alice Walker and "Wind Beneath My Wings"  
March 14 and 15 "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind" Shakespeare- Review packet UPDATE: Due March 15- AR
March 13 "Harlem Night Song" Hughes and TDA questions Test: Wednesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 23- "Silver," "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind," "Harlem," and "For My Sister Mollie....
March 10 Snow Day
   
March 9 "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind" Shakespeare  
March 8

Review TDA questions

Introducation to Shakespeare and notes

Sonnet video

Test: Wednesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 23- "Silver," "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind," "Harlem," and "For My Sister Mollie...."

Homework: Due Sunday, March 12- Study Island- Text Structures

March 7 "Silver" by Walter de la Mare TDA questions
March 6 Poetry terms review video Due: Tuesday, March 7 Study Island- Central Idea homework assignmen
   
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Homework:

Due: Tuesday, March 7 Study Island- Central Idea homework assignment

   
March 3 Test: The Road Not Taken Last Day for AR- 3rd Quarter- March 15
March 2 Review for test: Poetry terms and "The Road Not Taken"  
March 1 U of Michigan survey  
Feb 23 to Feb 28 Common Core Workbooks sections 6 to 8
   
Feb 22

Review for test and review homework

Complete TDA questions

Homework
Study Island Assignments marked Homework due 2/28 and Quiz due 3/1

   
Feb 21 Review Check Your Comprehension 1 to 4

Critical Thinking 1 to 4

TDA questions 1 to 5

   
 

Test- Thiursday, Feb. 23

Poetry Terms
"The Wreck of the Hesperus"
"O Captain! My Captain"
"Drum Song"

   
Feb 16 and 17

"Drum Song" (read, discuss, comprehension and critical thinking questions 1 and 1)

"The Road Not Taken" read and discuss

   
Feb 10 to 15 "O Captain! My Captain" p, 266 and 267 Homework due Feb. 15- p. 267- Comprehension 1 and 2; Critical Thinking 1 to 3
     
   
Feb 10

Review homework

Read Historical Period: Civil War handout and answer questions 1 to 3

Questions 1 to 3 that were not completed in class
Feb 9 snow day
   
Feb 8 Review homework

Packet page 3 questions 3 to 9

   
Feb  7 Poetry Terms quiz

p. 819- Check your comprehension 1 to 4

Critical Thinking 2 and 3

Worksheet in packet (page 3) questions 1 and 2

   
Feb 6 "The Wreck of the Hesperus"   
Jan 31 to Feb 2 Copy and discuss poetry terms and review quiz  
Jan 30 Test: Myth and Folk Tale  
Jan 27 Review for test and NEWSELA worksheet  
Jan 25 and 26 Myth
Homework for 1/27- p. 907 Comprehension 1 to 4 and Critical Thinking 1 to 4
Jan 24 Snow day  
Jan 18 to Jan 23 Myth- p. 902 and 905 Last day for AR- Jan 18
   
Jan 19 and Jan 20  Brer Possum and Myth- p. 902 and 905 Last day for AR- Jan 18
Jan 18

Review Read Works Sheet, "The People Could Fly" packet, and Common Core workbook

Begin "Brer Possum"

 
Jan 17  Read Works "Developing Possible Solutions" and "Biochar"
   
Jan 11 to Jan 13 "The People Could Fly" packet  
Jan 10 Introduction to Gullah language and tradition  
Jan 9 "The People Could Fly" packet  

Jan 3 to 6

Common Core Workbook parts 2, 3, and 4
   
Jan 4 to 6 Common Core Workbook part 2  
Jan 3 Compliment Card Swap  
12/22 and 12/ 23 Grammar pages from book and "Twas the Night Before Christmas"- Simile, Metaphor, Rhyme sheet
Students must complete Study Island sections on Inferences and Point of View. Each will count as a quiz grade based on the number of responses correct out of 100%.
 12/21 Test: "Charles" and :Christmas Day in the Morning"  
12/20 Review for Test: "Charles" and "Christmas Day in the Morning"  
     
12/13 to 12/195 "Christmas Day in the Morning" including questions in book

Homework for 12/16- Packet page 44

P. 69- Comprehension 1 to 5 and Critical Thinking 2 to 4 (complete sentences/ do not begin sentences with pronouns)

Work for 12/13 and homework for 12?14:

P. 19- Critical Thinking 2 to 4- Complete Sentences

P. 20- Literary Focus- 1 to 3- Complete Sentences

P. 20- Building Grammar- 1to 5- JUST LIST COMMON NOUNS ON ONE LINE AND PROPER NOUNS ON ANOTHER

Homework

Construct a plot pyramid for the story

Find two examples from the story that foreshadow the end of the story.

12/12 "Christmas Day in the Morning" cold read and comprehension quiz  
12/6 to 12/9 "Charles" by Shirley Jackson including packet and book questions Homework for 12/8- p. 19 Comprehension 1 to 4
12/5  "Charles" cold read and comprehension quiz  
12/2 Review summary and copy vocabulary for "Charles" by Shirley Jackson  
12/1 Mrs Ahern: Career Exploration  
11/30 Review Common Core Workbook. Using Newsela article complete Collins summary sheet Newsela article summary (START sentence) and summary
11/29 Common Core Workbook pages 25 to 25
 
Nov 23 Thanksgiving non fiction reading- Early dismissal- no 6th or 8th period  
Nov 22 Anthropology reading- Early dismissal- no 6th or 8th period  
Nov 21 Book: Pages 1002 to 1005- Read stories and answer questions  
Nov 18

Periods 1 to 3- Review quizzes, complete make up tests, SAlem Wiitch Trial introduction. Students saw the play "The Crucible" in the afternoon- Early dismissal- no 6th or 8th period

 
Nov 16 and 17

Nov 16- Written portion of test

Nov 17- Multiple choice, fill in, and short answer portion of test

 
Nov 15 Review for test
   
August 31 First Class Get Class Rules sheet signed and returned by Wed., Sept.7
September 1  SLO- information about SLO available below
Get Class Rules sheet signed and returned by Wed., Sept.7
September 2, 6, 7, and 8 Copy Literary Terms Literary Terms Test- Thurs, Sept 15
Sept 9 Summer Reading Assessment 20 minutes of reading AP book
Sept 12

Last page of literary terms

Copy sentences 1 to 7 periods 3 and 8) 1 to 5 (periods 1, 2. and 6  from handout

Homework- Periods 3 and 8 Sentences 1 to 7
Periods 1, 2, and 6- Sentences 1 to 5
Identify Figurative Language
Sept 13
Reviewed homework, completed additional sheets about literary terms
Study for Literary Terms test
Sept 14
Reviewed homework, completed additional sheets about literary terms
Study for Literary Terms test
Sept 15 Test: Literary Terms  
Sept 16 SLO: 2nd admin  
Sept 19 to Sept 23 Read and discuss "Raymond's Run"

For Sept 22: Questions 4 to 9 in packet
For Sept 23: Complete questions from packet

Quiz: Wed., Sept. 28

Sept 26 and 27 Common Core Workbooks  
Sept 28 Quiz: "Raymond's Run"  
Sept 29 to Oct 4 "Travels with Charley"

Test: "Raymond's Run" and from Travels with Charley- Thurs., Oct 6

 Travel Brochure and Travel Journal project due Wed., Oct 12

Oct. 5 Review for test- "Raymond's Run" and Travels with Charley.  
Oct. 6
Test - "Raymond's Run" and Travels with Charley.
 
Important Dates

October 12 Travel Brochure and Travel Journal Project Due. Worth one test grade.

Oct. 26- Last day for 1st quarter AR points

 
Oct. 7 and 10 No school  
Oct 11 to 14 Common Core Workbook complete and revised to page 24

Quiz grade

Homework: SOAPStone for Travels with Charley

Oct. 17 

Common Core Workbook pages 22 to 24 quiz

Collect SOAPStone Travels with Charley as a homework grade


Active/ passive voice worksheet
Oct 18 to Oct 21 Prefix  work and Root words

Quiz: Tues., Oct. 25- Prefix

Notebook Due:by Thursday, Oct. 28

Quiz: Fri., Oct. 29 Prefix and root word

 

Oct. 24 

Review for quiz: Prefix 

 

Introduction to Poe

Homework: prefix, suffix, root word worksheet
October 25 Quiz: Prefix 
Quiz; Nov 4. Prefix, root word, suffix (This is a second quarter grade
Oct 26 to 28 "The Tell Tale Heart"
Due Oct. 27-Homework: Poe worksheet and timeline. (Worth 2 homework grades)
   
   
Nov 1 to 3 "The Tell Tale Heart"
Nov 1- Homework- packet questions 1 and 2
 

Nov. 2- Re do question 2 using READ to answer the question and answer questions 3 to 5 in the packet. Question 2 on a sheet of paper that can be handed in. 

For Sunday at 10:30 pm- Study Island Diagnostic test to 70% and Prefix, Affix, and Suffix to 70% (CANCELED DUE TO PROBLEM ON STUDY ISLAND SITE)


For Nov 4
Quiz (prefix, suffix, root word)

For Friday: questions 6 to 9 in packet (all classes except for period 6)

Nov 4 Quiz: Prefix, Root Words, Suffix  
Nov 7, 8
Date Class Work

Homework

Aug 31 Important papers and class work

By Wednesday, Sept 7

Emergency card completed, handbook forms signed (last pages), Signed information and rules form for Reading class

Sept 1 SLO

By Wednesday, Sept 7

Emergency card completed, handbook forms signed (last pages), Signed information and rules form for Reading class

Sept 2, 6,7, and 8 Copy Literary Terms 

By Wednesday, Sept 7

Emergency card completed, handbook forms signed (last pages), Signed information and rules form for Reading class

Literary Test- Thurs., Sept 16

Sept 9 Summer Reading Assessment 20 minutes of reading AR book
Sept 12

Last page of literary terms

Copy sentences 1 tp 5 from handout

sentences 1 tp 5 from handout- identify figurative language
Sept 13 Review homework and complete Identify Figurative Language Sheet sentences 6 tp 10 from handout
Sept 14 Reviewed homework, completed additional sheets about literary terms Study for Literary Terms test tomorrow
Sept 15 Test: Literary Terms  
Sept 16 SLO: 2nd admin  
Sept 19 to Sept 23 Read and discuss "Raymond's Run"

For Sept 21: Questions 1 to 3 in packet
For Sept 22: Questions 4 to 9 in packet
For Sept 23: Complete questions from packet

Quiz: Wed., Sept. 28

Sept 26 and 27 Common Core Workbooks  
Sept 28 Quiz: "Raymond's Run"  
Sept 29 to Oct  4 "Travels with Charley"

Test: "Raymond's Run" and from Travels with Charley- Thurs., Oct 6

 Travel Brochure and Travel Journal project due Wed., Oct 12

Oct 5 Review for test- "Raymond's Run" and Travels with Charley.  
Oct 6 Test- "Raymond's Run" and Travels with Charley.  
Important Dates

October 12 Travel Brochure and Travel Journal Project Due. Worth one test grade.

Oct. 26- Last day for 1st quarter AR points

 
Oct. 7 and 10 No school  
Oct 11 to 14 Common Core Workbook complete and revised to page 24

Quiz grade

 

Oct. 17 

Common Core Workbook pages 22 to 24 quiz

 

Active/ passive voice worksheet
Oct 18 to Oct 21 Prefix  work and Root words

Quiz: Tues., Oct. 25- Prefix

Notebook Due:by Thursday, Oct. 28

Quiz: Fri., Oct. 29 Prefix and root word

 

Oct. 24 

Review for quiz: Prefix 

Copy 

Introduction to Poe

Homework: prefix, suffix, root word worksheet
October 25 Quiz: Prefix   
Oct 26 to 28 "The Tell Tale Heart"

Quiz; Nov 4. Prefix, root word, suffix (This is a second quarter grade)

Due Oct. 27-Homework: Poe worksheet and timeline. (Worth 2 homework grades)

Oct. 29 Quiz: prefix and root word  
Nov 1 to 3 "The Tell Tale Heart"

Nov 1- Homework- packet questions 1 and 2

Nov. 2- Re do question 2 using READ to answer the question and answer questions 3 to 5 in the packet. Question 2 on a sheet of paper that can be handed in. 

For Sunday at 10:30 pm- Study Island Diagnostic test to 70% and Prefix, Affix, and Suffix to 70% (DUE TO A PROBLEM WITH THE STUDY ISLAND SITE, THIS ASSIGNMENT IS CANCELED.)

Nov 3.- Questions 6 to 9

Quiz- Fri. Nov. 4 (prefixes, suffixes, and root words)

Writing Assignment Due: 11/10

Nov 4 Quiz: Prefix, Root Word, Suffix  
Nov 7 The Tell Tale Heart Packet

Review questions 6 to 9

Homework: Questions 17 and 18 (and 19 for period 8 only)

Study Island: Diagnostic Test due Saturday, Nov. 12

Root words and affixes and Active and Passive Voice due Sunday, Nov 13
 

For Nov 9: Packet questions 23 and 24 

For Sunday, Nov. 13: Study Island: Active and Passive Voice- Must attain 70% quiz grade

 
Nov 9

P. 547 Comprehension 1 to 4 (Periods 1, 2, and 3)

Critical Thinking 1 to 3 (Period 8 only)

(Question 2 requires a quote)

Period 6- Completed packet questions

P. 548 Reading Strategies  1 to 3 (Periods 1, 2, 3, and 8)

All sentences  answered in complete sentences

   
Nov. 10 Review class work and homework Test: Thurs., Nov. 17- "The Tell Tale Heart"
Nov 11 No school  
Nov 14 Periods 1, 2, 3, and 8
P. 547- Critical Thinking 1 to 4
P. 548- Building Vocabulary
Using Root Word “found” 1 to 3
Using Word Bank 1 to 7
P. 548- Literary Focus 1 (Answer with RACE) and 2 (Answer in complete sentences)

Homework- Packet (4 worksheets)

Period 6- P. 547 Critical Thinking 1 to 4

 
 
Homework
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