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  1. page The Girl Who Owned A City edited ... Your Summer Assignment: 1. Read the book and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!!! ... vocabulary words: …
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    Your Summer Assignment:
    1. Read the book and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!!!
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    vocabulary words: :
    - suburban,

    suburban,
    urban, rural,
    To help you remember the meanings,you might want to make vocabulary cards for unfamiliar words.
    3. Choose from one of the following prove-it projects:
    Create a poster of the setting.
    Create a word web about a character and list his/her characteristics and give examples2-dimensional model of these qualities from the story.city.
    Make a timeline of 10 events and label clearly.
    4. We will share a google document with all in our group. We can have discussions about the book.We really look forward to chatting with you about our summer novel. This will not be to test your knowledge but to explore your thoughts and opinions about the characters, setting, and plot of our novel. We look forward to getting to know you and sharing information this summer.
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    Please complete
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    in June. If
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    blank copy.
    We

    I
    sincerely hope
    Have a safe and happy summer!
    Mr. Maguire and mmaguire@urs86.org and
    Mrs. Richardson
    prichardson@urs86.org
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  2. page K - 5th Summer Reading edited ... 5th Grade summer reading documents: 5th grade summer reading materials: Project descriptio…
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    5th Grade summer reading documents:
    5th grade summer reading materials:
    Project description: {20175thgradeSummerReadingProject.pdf}
    Book review template {summer reading book review.pdf}
    Eisenhower Library Great Reads book list: {5thGMod-GreatReads.4.6.Yr2017.pdf}
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  3. page K - 5th Summer Reading edited ... 5th Grade summer reading documents: 5th grade summer reading materials: ... review templa…
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    5th Grade summer reading documents:
    5th grade summer reading materials:
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    review template {summer reading book review.pdf}
    Eisenhower Library Great Reads book list: {5thGMod-GreatReads.4.6.Yr2017.pdf}

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  4. page K - 5th Summer Reading edited ... 4th grade Summer Reading assignments (Summer Reading Bingo) - click here to download and print…
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    4th grade Summer Reading assignments (Summer Reading Bingo) - click here to download and print.
    5th Grade summer reading documents:
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    reading materials: {2016-summer-reading-activities-list.pdf}
    Book review template

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Thursday, April 13

  1. page Rules edited ... Cynthia Lord Twelve-year-old Catherine just wants a normal life. Which is near impossible whe…
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    Cynthia Lord
    Twelve-year-old Catherine just wants a normal life. Which is near impossible when you have a brother with autism and a family that revolves around his disability. She’s spent years trying to teach David the rules from “a peach is not a funny-looking apple” to “keep your pants on in public”-in order to head off David’s embarrassing behaviors. But the summer Catherine meeting Jason, a surprising, new sort-of-friend, and Kristi, the potential next-door friend she’s always wished for; it’s her own shocking behavior that turns everything upside down and forces her to ask: What is normal?
    Click the play button to view the video description..
    Assignment Options:
    ==== After reading the book choose one of the following assignments to complete. ----
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  2. page Al Capone Does My Shirts Summer Read edited ... Video Preview Author's Page Assignment Options: and assignment options: Assignment: Aft…
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    Video Preview
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    Assignment:

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    with you. Then chooseTHEN...choose either project
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    Map the Setting====Setting
    Draw a complete map of Alcatraz on poster board.
    Label all of the important places and buildings, especially those mentioned in the book.
    Be creative and make a large detailed map of the island. There are great resources on the internet to help you make a wonderful visual.
    Choose one location on the island that you think was important to the story. Write one paragraph describing why this place was important to the story.
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    2.Book Mosaic
    See the Summer Reading Home Page to click on an example of the Book Mosaic outline under the Prove It Projects section.
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