Week Number 1: Sept. 5-8, 2017

Mouse Skills

Reading Review
Brown Bear
Baby Bear
Polar Bear
King Bidgood

Students will write about their summer by providing as many details as possible using Google docs. After they have shown their writing to Mr. Neff, they may work on vocabulary words using Bookflix from Mel.org.

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Week Number 2: Sept. 11-15, 2017

Students will describe how to be kind, safe and responsible by giving examples of each using Microsoft Word or Google docs.
google docs

Sorting books – Library Shelver Game

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Week Number 3: Sept. 19-23, 2016

Objecitive: Students will demonstrate understanding of the components of digital citizenship.

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Week Number 4: Sept 25-29, 2017

MobyMax Sign In
Students will write a paragraph about math that’s fun to them–or why math is important.
I can use MobyMax to practice reading and math.

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Week Number 28

Click here to sign up for iRead.
Win a Chromebook this summer.

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Week Number 27: March 27-31, 2017

(Use myON for this assignment.)
Content Objective:
I can understand important information in a text by reading a book and answering questions about who the famous person was, what the famous person was remembered for and why the famous person is important in our history.

Language Objective:
I can write a brief paragraph about a famous person using the sentence stems: _________ was … .
He lived during … .
We remember him for… .
One important thing he, or she did is… .

Next class, we’ll take a look at poetry: Uncle Shelby.

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Week Number 26: March 20-24, 2017

I can write a folktale that has some satire in it. (This means that someone is making fun of something.)

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Week Number 25: March 13-17, 2017

I can write a noodlehead story.

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Week Number 24: Mar.6-Mar.10, 2017

Example opinion piece
I do not like the romance genre for a number of reasons. First of all, there’s often gross kissing in these stories. Secondly, the plots are often predictable: boy finds girl, boy loses girl, and boy wins the hand of the girl. Thirdly, there usually is not enough action (and rarely any sports) in these stories. For these reasons I do not the romance genre. For the life of me, I do not understand why some grownups go gaga over such stories.


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Week Number 23b: Feb.27-Mar.3, 2017

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