Sunday, October 14, 2012

A New Grading Period: Week One

The first six weeks is already gone! I find that very hard to believe.  The time is flying by in room A29 this year.  We took our first short checkpoint this week and I'm very happy, in general, with the results on the tests.  I saw lots of 100's and 92's!  We need to continue working hard to ensure the success of our students.  To help, below you will find a review list for the quiz that was missed due to the incentive for horizons and regular classes.  Study this evening, and good luck tomorrow!
Horizons' Lesson 5:
excessive- more than necessary, reasonable, or usual; too much
expulsion- the act of forcing or driving out or the state of being forced to leave or driven out
forethought- thought, care, or planning for the future
maneuver- a skillful, clever, or cunning move or procedure; scheme; 2. to plan or perform skillfully
retaliate- to return or repay like for like, especially evil for evil or injury for injury

Spelling Lesson 5:
arguing
researched
horrifying
qualified
panicked
mimicking
controlled
horrified
committed
committing
mimicked
traveling
panicking
argued
traveled
receiving
qualifying
received
controlling

Study study study,
Good luck,


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