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Middle School ELD III-IV - Week Six

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Middle School ELD 3-4

Week 6 May 11-May 15

Weekly Packet

Students will be able to:

  • write complete sentences using pronouns and subordinating conjunctions.
  • respond to reading selections or videos related to celebrations by writing a summary.
  • research and present information about celebrations.

Reading & Writing
To access the articles, log into your Clever account and click on the Newsela app.
Choose three (3) or more of the following articles and stories to read and write a short summary of each:
Chinese New Year
My Bicultural Celebration
Cinco de Mayo
Birthday at Home
Nowruz: Celebration of Spring

On a piece of paper, answer these questions after watching each of these videos:
Cinco de Mayo: A Celebration of Mexican Heritage, History
Ask History: Cinco de Mayo
What is the holiday a tradition for?
What was brutal for Mexico in the 19th century?
What is Cinco de Mayo mistaken for?
Who wanted to overthrow the Mexican Government?
What is Cinco de Mayo a tribute of?
What are other celebrations in May?

Review these parts of speech. Write your answers and share them with your teacher.
Relative Pronouns
Demonstrative Pronouns
Subordinating Conjunctions

POSTER: Make your own poster about Cinco de Mayo. Write about what will happen on this day around the world.
MAGAZINE ARTICLE: Write a magazine article about Cinco de Mayo. Write about what happens around the world. Include two imaginary interviews with people who did something on this day.
INTERNET: Search the Internet and find more information about Cinco de Mayo. Talk about what you discover with your teacher(s) in the next zoom.


Conjunction (noun): a word that joins together sentences, clauses, phrases, or words
Ferocious (adjective): very fierce or violent
Identity (noun): the qualities, beliefs, etc., that make a particular person or group different from others

Tribute (noun): something that you say, give, or do to show respect or affection for someone
Bicultural (adjective): having or combining the cultural attitudes and customs of two nations, peoples, or ethnic groups
Invade (verb): to enter (a place, such as a foreign country) in order to take control by military force

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