Welcome CELCites, or is it CELCaroonies?!
This is your site for keeping current with homework assignments and any additional information about which you may need to be aware.
Remember to check the CELC calendar for a complete listing of our weekly field experiences and activities.
CELC IS NOT in session Friday, 26 May and Monday, 29 May 2017
STUDY HALL for this academic year concludes at 4:15 p.m WEDNESDAY, 7 JUNE 2017
EXTENDED DAY 8:00 a.m. – 6:30ish p.m. TUESDAY, 13 JUNE – CELC at the Abbey
Two slices of pizza, milk, dessert is $7.00
One slice pizza, milk, dessert is $6.00
All – Wonderful Wednesdays Wednesday, 14 JUNE 2017 Hazzah!
ALL – Kingian Nonviolence: DUE MONDAY, 15 MAY – Spend time investigating issues using the ct.gov and Sierra Club CT websites. Find an issue that is important to you. Come to class Monday to share this information with the group. We WILL discuss this in class before watching the Pete Seeger documentary!
Assignments and Classes:
Señora Castillo joins us THURSDAY, 25 MAY 2017!
Cade, Galina, Gray, Izzy, Liam, Sophie – DUE THURSDAY, 25 MAY –
All – check out www.duolingo.com
¡Siete veces por la semana, quince minutos cada día = practicar la lengua!
Vocabulario: asistir, ayudar, ver, mirar, hacer, llevar, preferir, necesitar, gustar, llamar, tener, aprender, comprar, vivir, estar, ser, saber, empezar, almorzar, desayunar, cenar, comer, ropa, pantalones cortos, pantalones, calcetines, chaqueta, falda, blusa, camisa, suéter, vestido, zapatos, guisantes, verduras, parasol, paralluvia, sopa, jamón, jabón, amable.
What do these words mean? Check your notes!
Cade – In class work MONDAY, 22 MAY – Read pp 424 – 426; do p 427 # 2 – 18 (even)
Izzy – In class work MONDAY, 22 MAY – Read pp 80; do p 82 # 9, # 11, #13 – # 27 (odd)
Liam – In class work MONDAY, 22 MAY – complete Chapter Review pp 54 – 55
GCSG MATH –
TUESDAY, 23 MAY – Do pp 244 – 245 Ex 3 + 4
DUE TUESDAY, 23 MAY – Do pp 274 – 275; organize math binder; 7s facts with directions (7 x 1 / 1 x 7,
7 x 2 / 2 x7, …)
CONTINUE to LEARN your multiplication and division facts until you know them like you know your own name!
Use this link: Online facts practice
Keep on the listen out for words in your world!
Cade – FRIDAY, 19 MAY – Chapter 16 TEST – cancelled, not needed, congratulations! On to diagramming sentences!
Sophie – DUE by THURSDAY, 25 MAY – Read pp 474 – 475; do p 473 Ex # 4
Galina – DUE by FRIDAY, 19 MAY – Read pp 412 – 413; do p 413 Ex # 6
Literature Circle – Pirates of Pompeii
Literature Circle – Mythology
TEAM Kugelis (Cade, Galina, Sophie) –
Current Events –
All – We have concluded our class time together! I strongly suggest you continue reading so you remain a “knower” of what happens all around you!
THEME – Plan for your success! Devote yourself to creating your cover page and Table of Contents page of your theme research paper !
BE SURE to have ALL resources and note cards and flashdrive with you at CELC for the week of 22 – 25 May!
DUE TUESDAY, 23 MAY
- GS – (home) rough draft Jewish garb;
- in-class work 23 May: timeline; painted roof; shofar model
- GC (at home) sketches: panels for environment; 3D village scene; rough draft of click; gather images: pierce and cut; call Dani about mannequin
- in-class 23 May – finish tools chart; work on models
- LS -(at home) Parthenon model
- in-class 23 May – timeline information; chariot research and sketch
- IW – (at home) get tea cups); cherry blossoms
- in-class 23 May – painting display walls; finish dynasty symbols for Mt. Fuji timeline
- CM – (at home) backdrop; sketches; information for population chart
- in-class 23 May – drawings for timeline; population graph
- SB – (at home) wedding description; sketch Mayan ritual
- in-class 23 May – color map; finish bowls; start Mayan ritual model
** You will have theme build time Tuesday 23 May 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
7. Due Monday, 22 May : “Rough” Draft – (rough means written to the best of your ability; you, the writer, have thought deeply about organization and structure and actually done something about it!)
Must be a complete first draft, following structure/topics indicated in your outline. Must include Works Cited and meet the required word count.
8. Due Wednesday, 24 May : Three Visuals
Must have a minimum of three visuals. At least one visual must be an original, hand-drawn. The cover/title page does NOT count as one of the three visuals.
9. Due Wednesday, 31 May : Final Draft of Completed Paper
Must be fully edited, include introduction, conclusion, all visuals, Works Cited, Table of Contents and page numbers. Must have title page, including title, your name, date (use 9 June 2017), and may/strongly suggested also include graphics. Must have a report cover.
10. Friday, 9 June : Theme Event
Reading – WEDNESDAY, 24 MAY
Galina, Gray – PAUSE
Cade, Izzy, Sophie – PAUSE
Have with you for class your personal reading book. Reading class is underway!
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE PERSONAL READING BOOK WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES! ** If you are about to finish a book, make certain you are prepared with a new one as well **
P.A.I.R. – Congratulations CELC Playwrights!
All – Such excellent writing you shared with the group!
CT History –
DUE WEDNESDAY, 24 MAY – Find a fact about the Medad Stone Tavern in Guilford
US History – It is a wrap!
Sophie – Complete TEST Chapter 5 – Wednesday, 24 MAY in class
In-class work – Think: Do Keep Ponds Clean Or Frogs Get Sad
Outdoor Education –
THEME BUILDING GALORE!
ALWAYS pack in a DAYPACK your RAIN GEAR and WATER BOTTLE.
You will need to be aware of the weather conditions and dress to be outdoors. Extra layers of clothing may also be needed, depending on the day and the activity. Other items will be specified as needed for particular events. The above items are a MUST for all outdoor education days.