• Class Rules
    1. Respect yourself and others in the classroom.               
    2. Use kind language.
    3. Keep your hands and feet yourself.
    4. Be on time and prepared.
    5. Open your mind to learning!

        READ180
    READ180 Syllabus
     
    25% Computer Work (SAM-Dashboard)
    - comprehension
    - word fluency
    - reading context passages
    - vocabulary
    10% Whole Group Participation
    - asking questions and making appropriate comments
    - following procedures and routines
    - active listening
    - RBOOK written work
    15% Small Group
    - RBOOK written work
    - writing assignments from RBOOK
    - RED routines, small group work
    20% Modeled / Independent Reading
    - Quick Writes
    - Graphic Organizers
    - Reading Log
    20% Tests/ Quizzes
    - Workshop Wrap-ups
    - Vocabulary Tests
    - RSkills Tests
    - Reading Counts Quizzes
    - Final Writing Paragraphs / Essays
    10% Homework
     
    Workshops Covered this Year in READ180
    1. When Disaster Strikes
    2. Identity Crisis
    3. Stolen Childhoods
    4. Under Pressure
    5. Poe: The Master of Horror
     
                  Writing Class
    Writing
    Fundamentals Units of Study
    1. Personal Narrative
    2. Memior
    3. Revision
    4. Persuasive Essay
    5. Literary Essay
    6. Book Reviews
    7. Photo Essay
    8. Persuasive Essay (Content Areas)
    9. Multi-Genre Memoir