About New World Preparatory

New World Preparatory

New World Preparatory (NWP) opened its doors in September 2010.  At full capacity, the school will house 375 sixth through eighth grade students.  NWP’s student body will reflect the community’s rich cultural diversity, one that includes a high recent immigrant population.

Located on Staten Island’s north shore, NWP is a charter middle school that celebrates diversity and is committed to teaching tolerance.  The school’s key design elements include: academic rigor and relevance; personalization; strong professional development; and engaging families and the larger school community as critical partners.

NWP will provide students with a curriculum weighted in English Language Arts and reinforced language arts skills in all of the traditional core subjects – social studies, English Language Arts, math, and science.  The school will have a directed focus on Civic Leadership and Social Justice, emphasizing the importance of improving community life, seeking justice for all peoples and caring for one another.  The school’s academic program will also include Spanish, health, physical education, consumer sciences, career development and occupational sciences and the arts.  NWP will provide structured time to support the social and emotional needs of each student.  Students in all grades will participate in an advisory program that will further develop adult-student relationships to support learning and emotional development.  Each student will be assigned a single teacher to serve as their advisor, with each teacher responsible for a core group of students.

3.5 ELA HW Barry/Cohen

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3.3 and 3.4 ELA HW Barry/Cohen

Click to download Tuesday and Wednesday’s HW assignments: 3.3 HW and 3.4 HW

An Overview of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

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7th grade ELA Homework 3.2.15-3.6.15

Reading & Writing Homework Packet

3/2/15 – 3/6/15

 Due Friday March 6, 2015

 

 

Directions: Read the attached text titled, “Abolition.” Follow the directions listed under each day. All work must be completed on loose-leaf paper, stapled to this cover sheet and returned to your teacher on Friday as a completed packet.

Monday:

Answer the four (4) text dependent questions in complete sentences.

  1. How did the slave trade end?
  2. What does morally wrong mean? Given what you learned yesterday, what would someone who argued that slavery was morally wrong say about why slavery should end?
  3. What did James Henry Hammond think about ending slavery? Underline three words or phrases in the text that support your answer.
  4. Why does having new states join the Union cause disagreement between the Northern and Southern states?

 

Tuesday:

Answer the four (4) text dependent questions in complete sentences.

  1. What was the Missouri Compromise and why was it important?
  2. What would James Henry Hammond say about whether or not slavery should end?
  3. What did European countries decide about slavery?
  4. What is the debate in the abolition movement over how slavery should end?

 

Wednesday:
1. Generate a COMPLETED MPO for the following writing prompt.

 

In the 1800’s people of the North and the South had opposing views about slavery and whether or not is should be practiced. Identify how both Northerners Southerners felt about slavery and explain why the people from these areas felt this way.

 

In your answer be sure to include the following:

  • How did Northerners feel about slavery?
  • How did Southerners feel about slavery?
  • Explain why each group felt differently about the issue of slavery.
  • Cite evidence from the text to support your answer.

 

Thursday:

  1. Using the MPO you completed for Wednesday’s homework, generate an extended response (answer) that meets the requirements of the writing prompt (written above with Wednesday’s homework assignment).

 

6th Grade Reminder for Thursday Science Class

Bring your headphones in for class on Thursday!

7th Grade Math HW Packet 7

Due March 6 – No Exceptions!

HW Packet 7

Westward Expansion: The Louisiana Purchase

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8th Grade Math Homework 3.2.15 (801 & 803)

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6th grade ELA Klingle/ Deluca/ Maloney

All homework is due Friday 3/6/15

Monday 3/2/15

Reading: Read “Ronald Reagan’s Proclamation of Women’s History Month, 1987″ and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Writing: The short-response questions based on the reading.

Tuesday 3/3/15

Reading: Read “A Debate: Gym Jam” and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Writing: Answer the short-response questions based on the “Gym Jam”

Wednesday 3/4/15

Reading: Read “Mr. Max the Math Teacher” and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Writing: Answer the short-response based on “Mr. Max  the Math Teacher”

Thursday 3/5/15 

Reading: Read “Time Travel to Jamestown” and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Writing: Answer the short-response questions based on the reading.

804 Homework 3/2/15 – 3/6/15

Homework 3.2.15 (9.4) only #4-6

Homework 3.3.15 (9.4x)

Homework 3.4.15 (9.5)

Homework 3.5.15- Study for Friday’s (3/6/15) Chapter 9 Test