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Sharon Kral
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8th Grade Language Arts
Conference Period: 8:50 to 10:15
And so much more!




Welcome! I am pleased to have the honor of instructing your child in his or her eighth grade Language Arts course. Eighth grade is a very exciting time for the students as they begin to prepare for high school. I am excited that I can be a part of that experience. I have included below some important information that you will need to know about what to expect form this course.
Goal
The goal of this class is to develop awareness of language and to sharpen skills in critical reaidng and effective writing.
Materials
2 pencils
2 pens (black and red)
2 colored highlighters
Class colored divider in binder to separate Language Arts work form other subjects
Planners
All students are asked to write the class assignments, activities, and homework in their planner each day. The planner should be taken home each day so that parents can review the daily assignments.
Absences
If a student is absent it is their responsibility to obtain the assignments from the make-up work folder upon their return. Any work that was assigned prior to an absence is due the day you return to class. If a student is going to be absent several days their parent should call the main office to obtain work from the class. The students are given as many days to complete assignments missed as they are absent.
Grading System
Daily Grades 20%
Quiz Grades 30%
Major Tests or Special Projects 50%
Special Projects
Throughout the year, students will be assigned various activities and projects. These will have specific guidelines which must be followed. All projects are to be turned in the date they are due. Failure to turn them in on time will result in 10 points being taken off each day it is late.
 Focus

Analyzing story plot,setting, and problem resolution.
Recognizing how style, tone and mood contribute to the effect of the text.  
Determining a text's main ideas and how those ideas are supported with details.
Interpret text ideas through such varied means journal writing,discussion, enactment, and media.
Analyzing characters and the changes they undergo.

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