Homework for the Week of Dec. 7

1)  Read “GeoSigns”

2)  Complete HW#13: I Melt With You

Due date:

Block I:  next Monday, Dec. 14

Block II:  Friday, Dec. 11

Block III:  Thursday, Dec. 10


1)  Read “Effects of Global Warming”

2) Complete HW#14: Cartoon Capers

Due Date:

Block I:  next Wednesday, Dec. 16

Block II:  next Tuesday, Dec. 15

Block III: next Monday, Dec. 14


Musical Notes:

“I Melt With You” is a song by the British New Wave band, Modern English.  This song was released in 1982.  The band originally formed in 1979 with the name, The Lepers.  We’re all happy that they changed their name.  Enjoy the song!

“Cartoon Capers” is track by Dan the Automater, a Japanese-American hip hop producer, on his album, A Much Better Tomorrow.  This album was an expansion of an early EP titled A Better Tomorrow.  On this track, Kool Keith provides the lyrics.

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6 Responses to Homework for the Week of Dec. 7

  1. finley says:

    reading was hard to follow for “i melt with you” i dont think i read all of it

    • tifftai says:

      Hi Finley,
      It is a bit difficult. Try reading it with one of your parents. You can take turns reading it outloud. Also, there is a vocabulary list on the last page. Basically, the article talks about evidence of global warming in places where the ice is melting and how it can affect the oceans/wildlife.

  2. Allison says:

    On homework #14, Cartoon Capers, do you need to color your comics or can you just do it with pencil?

  3. tifftai says:

    you don’t need to color but it would look nicer. 🙂

  4. Kate says:

    hey Tiff, for the Cartoon Capers homework, can i draw a stick figure??

  5. tifftai says:

    stick figures are fine. just make sure you show at least 4 possible effects of global warming.
    happy stick people drawing!

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