Mrs. Frost

What's Your Best Book Ever?

Posted: February 23, 2019

7F English

Just another reminder that your project is finally due on Tuesday.  Due to activities and the pending storm, we may not be presenting them until after March Break.  Over the last month, we have practiced the Book-in-a-Box project with our class novel, viewed past students' projects and looked at mine.  Goal: to discuss your novel in enough detail to show comprehension.

In case you are home without your rubric, remember that first of all you just need to choose five objects that represent your book. You need to write a paragraph that explains how each object relates to the book with specific examples from the book.  This means you need five objects and five paragraphs.  Also, decorate a container representing characters, quotes and/or themes of the book.  Finally, do a Venn diagram comparing/contrasting yourself to the main character.   You are NOT responsible for conflict or questions as we discussed in class.

If you find this helpful, text a classmate!     See the attached document with my explanation of my novel. 

Due Date: 

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Posted: December 11, 2018

Due Date: 

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Wednesday is the day to assembly your photo- essay on Bristol board in class. Bring Bristol- board and all supplies. We can print off b&w pics. at school.

Explanation of Project

Our Language Arts classes have been invited to participate in the Spotlight on Indigenous People Project at the upcoming Pow Wow, Mawi’omi, at James M. Hill Friday, Feb. 16. Student projects will be displayed as we celebrate our Indigenous Peoples’ contributions to society.

 Last week, students began a research based literacy project in which they have chosen an Indigenous person who is a positive role model.  This person may also be from student’s family or community.  Students spent three days in the lab researching basic information on this person's life- family, career, and achievements.  They also collected pictures and quotes/articles.   This is a min-project intended to be completed in class.

This photo essay is to be placed on Bristol board. (Balance of pictures and information.) Students have been given the deadline to bring in all their materials for Wednesday, Feb. 14.  Each student also received a project guideline during their research time. Projects will be assembled in class on Wednesday.  Should they need to print off pictures at school, we can do so in black and white. If they want colored photos, borders, background paper, etc. to jazz up the board, students should bring it in.


Once completed, we will view and learn from each other’s projects. There will NOT be a presentation to the class. Evaluating each other’s projects will provide a more interactive learning experience.

We are finally wrapping up our memoir unit this Friday.  For the past two weeks, students have been revising their work for  word choice, organization, sentence fluency and ideas.  I hope you finished revising today so we can peer edit tomorrow.  Use my teacher notes on your memoir rubric to guide your revisions. Remember to use all the reference sheets that we used in class.  

Due Date: 

Friday, February 2, 2018

Posted: September 27, 2017

Reminder to students that tomorrow is individual picture day and class picture day.  

Students are asked to bring in cardboard of all sorts to build their trebochets.  They will compete in a competition Friday afternoon.  This event is to build team spirit and to promote the Pumpkin Fling this coming Saturday afternoon that is sponsored by the NB Engineering Association.  They are raising money for school breakfast programs.  Each school will be competing for furthest fling and most team spirit.  Looking for as many students to participate in the team spirit category as possible.  

Posted: September 20, 2017

Language Arts:  Read 25 minutes.  Make sure you have an idea for your anecdote.

Math-  Gr. 6  Math sheet to complete.     Gr. 7  Do 2,3,4,5,6 p. 69

French- Read 10 minutes in French class.

Due Date: 

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Posted: September 13, 2017

Meet the Teacher tonight at 6:00 p.m.  Look forward to meeting you!

Math-  Gr.6 p. 81 Questions 11,12,13

Language Arts- Read 25 minutes.


Due Date: 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Posted: September 11, 2017

Read 25 minutes.

Math-  Gr. 6 1-10 p. 80-81; Gr. 7 1-6 p. 58

Complete the questionnaire for your parents together and return.

Meet the Teacher is on Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m.   Look forward to meeting each of you!

Please return all school related forms.    

Due Date: 

Monday, September 11, 2017

Posted: September 10, 2017

We have completed our first week of middle school!   I look forward to teaching and learning from such wonderful students. Students have received compostion books that they are probably personalizing this weekend. ( Don't worry if you forgot, you have all month to customize it.) These books are precious because they will contain students' ideas as well as responses to classroom instruction. 

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!  Be observant so you can write about your adventures.


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Awesome Examples of Novel Study Roles
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