Ashley Johnston

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Week of 9/21/15-9/25/15:


***Homecoming 2015:

Dress-up Days:

Monday: School Colors

Tuesday: Character Day

Wednesday: Girls in Pearls/Guys in Ties

Thursday: Duct Tape Day

Friday: Raider Pride Day

*Homecoming Football Game- Good Hope vs. Curry


Grammar: (Simple/Compound Sentences Test Tuesday 9/22) 

Combining Sentences/ Complex Sentences (Test Tuesday 9/29)

*Coordinating Conjunctions join two words, phrases, or clauses (e.g. and, but, or).  Coordinating conjunctions can also be used to create a compound sentence.

*Subordinating Conjunctions tell where, when, why, or how.  Some common subordinating conjunctions include the following: after, although, as, because, before, if, since, so that, until, when, and while.  Subordinating conjunctions can appear at the beginning or in the middle of a complex sentence.

*A complex sentence is a sentence that contains two related clauses joined by a conjunction other than and, but, or or.

*Simple/Compound/Complex Sentences PowerPoint attached at bottom.


Spelling:  R-controlled vowels  (Test Friday)

1. heart     2. swear     3. aboard     4. squares     5. swore     6. chart     7. scorn    

8. starch     9. source     10. fare     11. barge     12. thorn     13. marsh     14. force

15. harsh     16. scarce     17. coarse     18. flare     19. roar     20. sword





Writing Process:



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