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Summer reading assignment for Wonder; reading suggestions for the summer
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Summer Reading Assignment #1 - All Grade Levels

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All CMS students are required to read Wonder, by R.J. Palacio.

*Assignment:  Students are asked to trace important moments for characters
in the book, as outlined on grade-specific 'note-taking' templates

Links for the templates are provided below:


 

Summer Reading Assignment #2: 6th Grade

6th grade students are required to read 2 books (of choice) in addition to Wonder.

Please keep track of the titles/authors on a reading log - a link is provided below.  This log will be turned in to your English teacher in September. Remember to have a parent sign the log before you submit it.

 

A Note to CMS Families:

We believe that reading for pleasure builds lifelong learners. We hope that you and your children will explore this collection of great reads, luxuriating in the genres you already love and maybe finding something new to enjoy.

 

Summer Reading Assignment #2 - 7th/8th Grade

7th and 8th Grade Moodle Assignment
Post by September 5, 2013

Step 1: List the titles of the books you read in addition to Wonder.

Step 2: Choose one prompt regarding Wonder and post your response to the Library Moodle. (The prompts are posted on the Library Moodle)

**Click HERE to link to the library moodle.

**If you are having trouble accessing the Moodle, here is the assignment - type your response and bring a copy to school with you: 

 1. List the titles of the books you read in addition to Wonder. 

2. Choose one of the following prompts regarding Wonder and post your response
  1. What do you make of the title, Wonder?
  2. Create your own precept or pick one that you really liked (pg. 311-313) and give an example of how you have lived by it.
  3. If you had a favorite passage, include it here and discuss why you liked it. 
 
 

Recommendations from CMS departments

You can access these lists either by clicking on the image, or clicking on the tab at the top of this guide

  Library Recommendations 2013

 

  Library Recommendations 2012

 

 

 

  English Dept. Recommendations

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