READ pages 105 - 110 and CHARACTERIZE Blabbermouth. In your notebook or on a post-it, jot down a statement about what type of person Blabbermouth seems to be, and make a bullet-point list of evidence in support of that statement.
WRITE one well-developed TE/EA structure paragraph that compares and contrasts Chup and Gup, based on what you know of these two societies so far. You may consider the living situations, geography, habits, and/or worldviews of the Guppees and the Chupwalas.
Scroll down for a reminder of what each of the parts of a TE/EA structure paragraph should be, and don't forget that your topic sentence should capture the overall point of the paragraph - you are writing about BOTH Chup and Gup, not just one of them.
Due in class on Monday 11/7
9th Grade Foundations
This class serves as a gateway course to our choice-based English Language Arts curriculum! It is a foundational course which will ensure the readiness of your reading and writing skills to support your learning throughout the rest of your high school career.