Ms. Wells' ELA Class

Your mind is bigger on the inside



Cite your sources directions

Step 1: Go to Step 2: copy and paste the url to the website you used into the blue box and click on the orange button that says cite it Step 3: you’ll get a page verifying that it… Continue Reading →


Biography-PowerPoint-Project Biography PowerPoint Presentation Objective:  Create a PowerPoint presentation about a person of significance. Decide whose biography you will do research on.  Your person should be someone who has contributed something of importance to society or history and has become… Continue Reading →


Write a four sentence reflection over what we have read in chapters 1-4. It can be about any aspect of it you want: what you liked, things that upset you, why you think things happened…anything that deals with the first… Continue Reading →

Review Worksheets

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February 26-March 02

Monday: Spongebob Trials, crossword puzzle Tuesday: Thesis statement for Argumentative Essay Wednesday: Outline for essay Thursday: Outline for Essay/Type Friday: Type Essay

Argumentative Essay

Students will be working on an argumentative essay all this week.  They will be choosing a topic from a list, crafting a thesis statement, writing a rough draft (outline), and then finally typing a completed 4 paragraph essay.

February 5-9

Monday: Myths Tuesday: Legends Wednesday: Tall Tales Thursday: Fables Friday: Test over four types/Parts of Speech  

January 22-26

Monday: Figurative Language project theme choice, video Tuesday: Figurative Lang project, poetry Wednesday: Fig Lang project, poetry Thursday: Parts of Speech Quiz, Fig Lang project Friday: No school

January 8-12

Monday: Vietnam War Tuesday:Zebra Wednesday: Zebra Thursday: Character Plate Friday: Test

Holiday Menu Task

Create a Holiday Menu In the play A Christmas Carol, we read that Bob Cratchit earns 15 shillings a week (in America, today, that would equal 70 dollars a week, or 10 dollars a day).  Although Cratchit made very little,… Continue Reading →

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