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Personality Assessment Assignment

Posted in 8th Grade Boys, 8th Grade Girls on June 2, 2009 by littclass


Are you a Thinker? A Feeler?

There is a famous personality test called the Myers-Briggs test. It categorizes people into 16 types.


1.Take this free online Myers Briggs Test and have an email to me at littclass@gmail open and ready in another tab.

Myers-Briggs test link click here

2. When you finish tell me what your type is in the email. Go to one of the links that give you more details about your personality type. Read it and tell me:

a.)What are two things about your personality type you read?

b.) do you think these descriptions describe you?


Research Assignment

Posted in 8th Grade Boys, 8th Grade Girls on January 14, 2009 by littclass

For this assignment, download the worksheet from the link below that says “template-research2”.

1. Click on the link AND BE PATIENT!

2. When the “open” window comes up, choose “Save File”

3. When the download window opens, right click and open the worksheet in Open Office.

4. Be ready to work!


Editing Assignment Week of January 12, 2009 8th-7th Grade

Posted in 7th grade, 8th Grade Boys, 8th Grade Girls on January 6, 2009 by littclass

Easy Edits

1. COPY the first paragraph below (in red) and PASTE it onto a word processing document on Open Office.

2. READ the paragraph carefully for mistakes. There will be spelling, capitalization and grammar problems

3. CORRECT the mistakes. Each paragraph has ten mistakes.

4. Call me over to CHECK OFF your work.

Rubber Duck Voyagers

On a stormy journey in the North Pacific ocean, thousands of rubber ducks and other bathtub toys were lost when a container was sweeped off a ship. Free to rid the ocean waves since January 1992, many of those ducks have found their way to Alaskas shores others still remain at see. Scientists continue too search for lost ducks as a weigh to study ocean currents. Lucky finder’s of one of the ducks may claim a $100 reward!


Website Navigation Assignment

Posted in 7th grade, 8th Grade Boys, 8th Grade Girls on December 18, 2008 by littclass


I want you to go to a site called “Beyond the Fire”. It’s a website that tells the stories of 15 teens who have llived through war recently in the world.

The website is

1. Go to that website in another window.

2. Listen to three stories.

3. Reply in the “comment” link on this weblog. Tell me the name of one person’s story you listened to, and tell me how you felt listening to their story.

Design a Magazine Article Page Assignment 12/08

Posted in 7th grade, 8th Grade Boys, 8th Grade Girls on December 12, 2008 by littclass

Use the text below to design your page (you do not have to write the article.

So, #1 Find an image for your article

#2 Put in a title for your article

#3 Put in the text by copying the article below IN 3 COLUMNS!

#4 Put in lines between the text columns

#5 Put in rectangular boxes or any other geometric visual elements you like

Make your page look as professional as you can by not putting an excessive amount of elements, nor by leaving it too empty!

Here’s the article to copy:

In the Shang Dynasty (about 2000 BC), the earliest period we know much about, people in China worshipped a lot of different gods – weather gods and sky gods – and also a higher god who ruled over the other gods, called Shang-Ti. People who lived during the Shang Dynasty also believed that their ancestors – their parents and grandparents – became like gods when they died, and that their ancestors wanted to be worshipped too, like gods. Each family worshipped their own ancestors.

Around 1500 BC, people began to use written oracle bones to try to find out what was going to happen in the future. By the time of the Chou Dynasty (about 1100 BC), the Chinese were also worshipping a natural force called t’ien, which we usually translate as Heaven. Like Shang-Ti, Heaven ruled over all the other gods. Heaven also decided who would be the Emperor or Empress of China. The emperor or empress could only rule as long as he or she had the Mandate of Heaven (as long as Heaven wanted him or her to rule). You knew when the emperor or empress had lost the Mandate of Heaven because he or she would then be overthrown by somebody else who would become the new emperor or empress.

Welcome to the Littclass Blog!

Posted in 8th Grade Boys on November 3, 2008 by littclass

img_06031Eighth Grade Boys:

Tell us what issue you are going to poll people on in our “Take a Poll” assignment we’re doing now before Thanksgiving…..