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    Quarter 4: April 4 to  June 14, 2019
    The last day of school is Tuesday, June 26
     
     
                           
     
     
                    Welcome to ELA Workshop!
     
    ELA Workshop is an Academic Intervention Support (A.I.S) mainstream class.  Activities, skills, and strategies support not only English class, but all courses that require reading, critical and inferential thinking, independent learning, executive functioning, writing, and vocabulary knowledge. That translates to EVERY class on a Weber student's schedule! For those students who require added word reading and syllabication support, Word Study classes are designed to meet their educational needs.
     
     
     
     
     Stop monkeying around!
    Say What?

    monkey'in around

    You say: "I hate to read!"

    I say: "You don't hate to read...you hate to be told what to read! When you find an author or genre that you like...that you chose by yourself...you will find that
    reading is something to LOVE!"  Perhaps these words of wisdom from Willy Wonka will help you understand why reading is important:
     

                                         Oompa Loompa doompadee doo
      music notes I've got another puzzle for you

     Oompa Loompa doompadah dee
     If you are wise you'll listen to me
       What do you get from a glut of TV?
      A pain in the neck and an IQ of three
     Why don't you try simply reading a book?

    Or could you just not bear to look?

                                You'll get no,
                   you'll get no,
                      you'll get no,
                        you'll get no....
                  You'll get no commercials!

                       

     

     

       I am always available for you. Email me if you need suggestions, edit help, and/or just to chat!  

    Mrs. S. McAuliffe

    AIS/ELA Workshop

     Students: Blue 6, Red 7, Green 8

    English Language Arts/Reading Support: Room 7
     
     
    767-5500
             
       Email contact:  smcauliffe@portnet.org