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  • Your child DOES NOT have to complete all activities listed for each subject.
  • Activities have been identified to give your child choice and variety.
  • Your child's teacher may suggest other activities more appropriate for your child.


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Middle School ELD III-IV - Week Two

Printable Version - Week Two Learning Board (in PDF)

Middle School ELD III-IV

Week 2 April 6 – April 10

Students will be able to... 

  • identify the point of view in a reading selection. 
  • use gerunds in writing exercises.  Use adverbs in sentences. 
  • complete a writing project in diary or fictional form. 
  • learn associated academic vocabulary. 


The Grammaropolis app is accessed by logging into your Clever account. 

Complete by writing your answers on a separate piece of paper. 

Gerunds used as Subjects 

Gerunds used as Objects 

Go to Grammaropolis and complete the adverbs games/activities.


Choose 3 of the following skills in 6th grade Language Arts and practice until you reach a SmartScore of 80. 

EE3: Identify Adverbs 

H1: Compare Information from Two Texts 

E2: Identify the narrative point of view   

G3: Trace an argument   

K3: Identify supporting details in informational text 


Complete one of the following projects: 

Diary Writing 

Write a diary to record what you do each day. Include events, thoughts and feelings.  Write at least 1 paragraph for each day this week.  Before you start, watch the video Video: How to Write a Diary 

Fictional Writing 

Write a one-page fictional story in the first-person point of view. Then write the same story again this time using third-person point of view. 


The Nitro Typing app is accessed by logging into your Clever account. 

Nitro Type Typing Practice 

Dance Mat Typing  

Kahoot Quiz Gerunds as Subjects and Objects 

Go to and enter pin # 0439313 


Narrative perspective: how the story is told, I.e., 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person. 

Narrator: character or person telling the story   

2nd Person perspective – you, your 
 Adverb - A word that describes a verb 

Subject - The person, place or thing that is doing the action 

Object - The person, place or thing that is receiving the action 

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