Friday, October 21, 2011

Ode to an Oyster Grade 6

The sixth grade CSI students read Lewis Carroll's "The Walrus and the Carpenter" and then wrote their own stanza to the poem. In this classic poem, the Carpenter and the Walrus trick the oysters into taking a walk with them only to find that they are going to be eaten. The students wrote their own ending to the poem, keeping with the poems rhythm and rhyme.

Recording of the Walrus and the Carpenter







18 comments:

  1. Where's Virginia?????

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  2. Who wants a cherry limeade???

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  3. Where's my teddy bear???

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  4. I miss you guys!!!!!!!

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  5. garrison loves gmail

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  6. Garrison, what do you like the best about GMail? Glad you like it!

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  7. Mrs. Schwartz, I know that is you!!!

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  8. i miss u Mrs.shwartz

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  9. Keep Up Mrs.Kmeic! :D

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  10. i miss u mrs. shwartz. its not fair that krause got u

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  11. i want a cherry limeade!!!!!! i'm thirsty!!!!!!! ;)

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  12. Teddy Bear Katlyn Butt (Heather)November 4, 2011 at 10:06 AM

    I miss you too

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  13. Dr.Jaclein StaffordNovember 4, 2011 at 10:06 AM

    A very interesting subject.There is a lot to learn from.Hope you enjoy!

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  14. Hey Mrs.Shwartz I saw you today! I miss you! Wish you were on the field trip!

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  15. Hey Mrs. Schwartz. Next time u come 2 BMS bring a cherry limeade.. Miss u!!

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  16. me too....those are GOOD

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Mrs. Sarah Cook and Mrs. Janis Kmiec are the lead investigators at CSI. Mrs. Cook manages the lab lessons as well as the Science Curriculum for BISD. Mrs. Kmiec leads the technology lab investigations. Both teachers love making CSI fun, exciting, and full of learning for their students.