Homework
Reader's Response Overview
A basic idea of what should be in each paragraph...

If you are not sure if a word is connected to the root we are learning, try THIS website and type in the word. It will tell you where the word comes from.

If you are looking for a list of words using a particular root, try HERE.

 

PDF SPICY Response Entries Q3   --   Students who have been assigned this packet need to pick a different one of the entries to do each week. MAKE SURE YOU CLEARLY LABEL WHICH ENTRY YOU CHOSE! This is considered "spicy" because there is a minimum amount of direction for what needs to go in each paragraph. ALL entries need to be THREE paragraphs, but YOU need to decide how you structure it.
PDF MEDIUM Response Entries Q3   --  Students who have been assigned this packet need to pick a different one of the entries to do each week. MAKE SURE YOU CLEARLY LABEL WHICH ENTRY YOU CHOSE! This is considered "medium" because there is a moderate amount of direction about what should go in each of the THREE paragraphs.
PDF MILD Response Entries Q3 AND Q4   --  This is the bubble gum pink packet. Students who have been assigned this packet need to pick a different one of the entries to do each week. YOU WILL NEED TO REPEAT ENTRIES! Students are NOT filling in the blank- they need to re-write the entry including their own information from the book they are reading. MAKE SURE YOU CLEARLY LABEL WHICH ENTRY YOU CHOSE! This is considered "mild" because it gives you a lot of guidance about how you should be structuring your THREE paragraphs.
PDF "Peppers" Explanation   --  This sheet explains the difference between the different choices for homework based on the level you are at! Don't worry about grades when you are choosing homework- that will all work out as long as you are choosing the best level for you!
PDF General Organizer for Reader's Response   --  This is a graphic organizer to help you write the weekly reader's response. It gives you ideas for what should go in each paragraph. This will give you the expectations for the minimum. You can always write more to go above and beyond!
PDF Bio Visuals   --  Use these pictures to help you understand and connect the words to "life."
PDF hyper/hypo visuals   --  Hypocrite may require a little creative thinking to explain the connection with the root!
PDF ex visuals   --  root/prefix (you will almost always find it at the beginning of a word.) It means "out".
PDF Visuals for luc / lum   --  This is review.
PDF Visuals for "ped" / "pod"   --  This is review.
PDF Visuals for root "man"   --  This is review.
PDF Visuals for scrib / scrip   --  This is review.
PDF "ject" visuals   --  Here are some visual clues to help you understand the root ject. Remember, you are explain gin what the word means using the word "throw!"
PDF Visuals for fract and frag   --  These visual clues may help you figure out the meanings of the words, connected to the root.
PDF grad/gress root sheet (back only) MED/SPICY   --  The root grad/gress means step. Don't forget you still need a Reader's Resonse. Labeled!
PDF grad/gress root sheet (back only) MILD   --  Make sure you are using LOTS of details to finish the sentences! Do NOT forget periods!