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EVERYDAY WHEN YOUR CHILD ENTERS THE CLASSROOM THEY WILL HAVE A BELLRINGER TO COMPLETE!  STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO WORK IN A TIMELY FASHION TO COMPLETE THEIR BELLRINGER! ALL BELLRINGERS CONSIST OF TEST ITEMS!!!!!

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  • BELLRINGERS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR!

    I HAVE DECIDED TO CHANGE THE FORMAT OF BELLRINGERS. WHEN STUDENTS ENTER THE ROOM, THEY WILL HAVE A TEST ITEM ON THE BOARD.  THEY WILL HAVE ABOUT 5 MINUTES TO COMPLETE.  STUDENTS WRITE DOWN THE QUESTION AND IDENTIFY KEY WORDS.  OFTEN THEY MAY BE REQUIRED TO WRITE A LITTLE MORE SO THAT THE STUDENTS CAN PRACTICE UNDERSTANDING WHAT THE QUESTION IS ASKING.  AT THE END OF EVERY HOUR WE WILL GO BACK TO THE BELLRINGER AND CLOSE THE LESSON FOR THE DAY.

  • Bellringer 9/1/16

    The professor handed out a syllabus the first day of class.
    The subject is
      A) professor
      B) syllabus
      C) class
     
     
    2
    Most colleges offer several computer science courses.
    The predicate is
      A) colleges
      B) offer
      C) courses
     
     
    3
    Typing is an important skill.
    The subject is
      A) typing
      B) is
      C) skill
     
     
    4
    Everyone recognizes the name Oprah.
    The subject is
      A) Everyone
      B) name
      C) Oprah
     
     
    5
    A schedule helps students with time management.
    The predicate is
      A) schedule
      B) helps
      C) management
  • BELLRINGER 8/31/16

    Directions:  Underline the complete subject and circle the complete predicate.

    1. My little sister and my cousin broke their fingers.
    2. His Uncle John and Aunt Sue asked for directions.
    3. Those soldiers carried guns.
    4. Our parents arrived late.
    5. The students wrote an essay in class.
  • bellringer 8/30

    Underline the subject and circle the complete predicate.

    The children ran to the bus.

    The teacher and the student ran to the field during the fire drill.

    The girl plays ball with the boys.

    The horse ran in the field.

    The U. S. President spoke to the American people.

    Define the subject.  Define the predicate.

  • note to parents!

    Bellringers are here so that you all know what is going on!  However, students should not complete them before class!

    Thanks,

    MRS. WATTSblush

  • BELLRINGER 8/29

    DAILY FIX IT! (ANSWER A & B)

    1) The boy ran to the store.

            a) Who ran to the store?  b) Who is the sentence about?

    2) The yellow cat ate the snake.

            a) What did the cat do? b) Who is the sentence about?

    3) John plays ball.

            a) Who is the sentence about? b) What is the verb?

  • BELLRINGER 8/26

    STUDENTS USED VOCABULARY WORDS IN A SENTENCE!

    STUDENTS LABELED THE SENTENCE TYPE!

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