🅵🆁🅸🅳🅰🆈 6-5 LAST DAY FOR NEW LESSONS!
Math-You will conclude your volume lessons today with lesson 7. After watching the video, complete lesson 7 homework in your Succeed Book .
Read-After reading Warriors chapter 16, create a Doc, and write a summary of the book to this chapter, 1-16. Select the most important main ideas using only the details that are relevant to your chosen ideas. The main ideas you choose should be connected, so the reader of your summary will understand their importance. Write this in paragraph form.
End of the Year Reflection-Complete the slides in Classroom about your school year! This is it! You made it!
Math-Complete the Exit Ticket and Zearn for Lesson 6. Send me your Exit Ticket.
Read–Warriors chapters 14 & 15. After reading the chapters, answer the comprehension questions in Classroom.
Social Studies-Continue reading about our government. The paired reading questions will refer to the article you read on Wednesday, so you may need to review it. Answer the questions in Classroom using DocHub.
Meet-today at 1:00. You will need a pencil and a piece of paper.
Math-Watch the video for lesson 6 then using your Succeed Book complete the Homework. MUST DOs #1, 2, 3. CAN DOs #4 & 5.
Social Studies-Read the article in Classroom about the early government during the war in the colonies. Answer the questions using DocHub.
Read/Lang–Warriors chapter 13. Read and answer the questions in Classroom. Write in complete sentences using proper punctuation and spelling. Make sure to answer all parts of the questions using evidence from the reading.
Math-Complete the Exit Ticket and Zearn for Lesson 5.
Read–Warriors ch 12. See Classroom for the text. After reading, answer the following questions:
- When Brokenstar spoke to the other clans, what did he ask of them? Why was this surprising?
- What cat did Brokenstar warn other clans of? Why did ThunderClan get upset by this?
- When Ravenpaw told his story to the other apprentices, why was Tigerclaw angry? What was the reason behind him doing that?
Science-Read about habitats and niches and much more. The informational article in Classroom introduces some new concepts we haven’t discussed before, so please read carefully. After reading, answer the guided reading questions.
Language–IXL CC.1 determine the meaning of idioms
Math-Continuing our practice with volume, complete the Exit Ticket for Lesson 4. Watch the video for lesson 5 then using your Succeed Book complete the homework for Lesson 5.
Send me your Exit Ticket. I know you have one in your book, but I want to see it. Thank you.
Social Studies-Read 152-154 in your online book Winning the Revolution. After reading this section, using the pages 129-154, put 9 of these events in order that are listed on page 154. These 11 events are significant during the Revolutionary War. We have read about 9 of these events in our textbook. Put the following in chronological order. You can watch Liberty’s Kids #36.
• Battle of Bunker Hill
• Washington Crosses the Delaware
• Olive Branch Petition
• Common Sense
• Shot Heard Round the World (Battle of
Lexington & Concord)
• Winter at Valley Forge
• Declaration of Independence
• Surrender at Yorktown
• Battles of Trenton & Saratoga
Reading-Read Warriors Chapter 11, and answer the following questions in complete sentences. Make sure you answer both parts of each question.
- What did Ravenpaw bring back from his assessment? Why was this significant?
- How did Bluestar feel about Firepaw talking to Smudge? What makes you think so?
- How did Firepaw feel about being part of the clan? How do you know?
- Which apprentices got to go to the Gathering at Fourtrees? Why do you think they were chosen?
Language-complete IXL EE.4 determine the meaning of domain-specific words.
Math-complete your Zearn lessons for Module 5 lessons 3 & 4.
Read-continue reading in Warriors chapter 10. Read about the adventure Firepaw takes & how he handles it. See Classroom for your assignment.
Social Studies-read pages 142-143 from the online book on the tab above. Read to see how Native Americans, women, Africans support the war efforts during the war. Answer the 3 questions on pg 142 then enjoy an episode of Liberty’s Kids.
Language – IXL EE.3 using context to find the meaning of a word.
Math-watch the video for lesson 4. Please watch the video. Some of you have expressed confusion with these volume lessons. I think it is because you need to watch how the lesson is taught. I am also adding the other video we were using during our shape properties lessons. Watch both or the one that you feel will support your needs the best.
Read–The Westing Game ch 6. Complete the activity you started on Tuesday in Classroom.
Science-watch 2 videos on photosynthesis. While you watch the videos, take notes about photosynthesis. Write a 5 or 6 sentence summary of what photosynthesis is and how it works. Make sure you use science vocabulary in your summary. Please do not use the internet to write about it. I know the difference. This needs to be your work!
Language-This activity is all about sentence structure. Read carefully when completing it. Language IXL- T.1.
Math-Module 5 Topic A Quiz; go to the Student Page on the Dearborn page, click on Clever, then Edulastic. It will show up. Do your best!
Read –Warriors ch 9, write a summary for this chapter, but read the directions in Classroom carefully so you do the correct thing.
Social Studies-using your textbook, read pages 320-325. Again, read carefully. Complete the guided reading activity in Classroom.
Language-continue working in Language IXL EE.2 using synonyms to find context.
Math-Lesson 3 starts today with a video for understanding. Complete the Problem Set in your book or in Classroom. Please have a parent check them to see how you are doing with the problems if you are completing them in your book.
Read Aloud–The Westing Game ch 5. The heirs to the Westing’s Estate are named! Complete as much of the activity in Classroom as you can today. You will complete the rest on Thursday. No need to turn it in today. I can see what you worked on even when it hasn’t been turned in. You will turn it in on Thursday.
Science-Kingdoms of Life; read pages A12-A21. Answer questions 1, 2, 3, and 5 on page A21. Write in complete sentences.
Language-complete IXL-EE.1 finding words using context. Remember you want to achieve 80% or higher. Take your time and read carefully. I can see your work, so if you are having difficulty let me know. I will be ready to assist you.
Math-Homework Lessons 1 & 2 in your Succeed Book . Complete Exit Ticket & Zearn for Lesson 2.
Reading -listen to chapter 4 of The Westing Game. Complete the activity you started from Tuesday. See Classroom for the details.
Language-spelling test in Classroom.
Science-review the scientific method by watching the videos in Classroom. You also have some videos with experiment ideas to watch. Select an experiment to do. See Classroom for the details. Take pictures!
Math-Complete Exit Ticket for lesson 1 and Zearn. Zearn has been reset to Lesson 1. Module 5 lesson 2. Watch the video, and complete the Problem Set.
Read–Warriors chapters 7 & 8. Read chapter 7 and complete the assignment in Classroom. After that, read chapter 8. Take a break in between chapters. Answer the question about chapter 8. You will have 2 days to complete this assignment. As I said, I like these chapters.
Social Studies-watch Liberty’s Kids #19. This part of the story shares with you how Washington moves in on the enemy.
Language-spelling; choose ten words to use in sentences. Please write using accurate spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. I may have to send it back to you if you have a lot of mistakes. Even on computers we need to pay attention to these things when writing! Proofread before you turn it in. Thank you! Love you!
Math–IXL EE.13 & EE.14 finding volume of rectangular prisms using unit cubes.
Science–What a Dump! Read the article in ReadWorks and complete the activity.
Reading–The Westing Game ch 3; read the chapter and work on the activity in Classroom. You will complete it on Thursday.
Language-you have a spelling crossword puzzle that uses the words on your list.
Math-Module 5 Lesson 1; watch the video on volume and complete Lesson 1 Problem Set.
Reading–Warriors; read chapter 6, and complete the activity in Classroom.
Language-spelling; the new spelling list is in Classroom; complete the activity.
Social Studies-watch Liberty’s Kids #11 & 12, and complete the activity in Classroom.
Math–IXL W.11 line plots and W.16 circle graphs.
Reading–The Westing Game; listen to chapters 1 & 2 and complete the activities in Classroom. This assignment is due on Monday.
Language-Spelling test; have someone give you the test. See the directions in Classroom.
Social Studies-watch Liberty’s Kids #10 Second Continental Congress. Complete the guided video activity in Classroom.
Math-Topic Quiz D; from the Student Page of the Dearborn website, click on Edulastic to take your quiz.
Science-in your science book read about Interactions in an Ecosystem, pages B4-B7, B11-12.
Create a Doc and Answer the following questions:
- What are 5 abiotic and 5 biotic factors in an ecosystem?
- If you were to make the ecosystem on page B5, what would the abiotic factors be?
- Describe populations and communities.
- What is the difference between a habitat and a niche?
- Describe your niche in your habitat.
Reading–Warriors chapter 5 part 2. Finish reading chapter 5, and complete the activity in Classroom:
- Write a summary, not a retelling. Select ONE main idea for this chapter then add 3 details that support THAT idea. A summary does not quote from the story, but shares the information in your own words. A summary is not long either. It will be one paragraph; 4-6 sentences.
- Write about a time you accomplished something for the first time like FirePaw. Describe what it was, and how it made you feel.
Language-Spelling; Using words #10-18, write compound or complex sentences. Make sure you are writing using proper sentence structure and punctuation.
Math-watch these 2 videos on angle measurements for triangles and quadrilaterals. Complete IXL math AA.9.
Social Studies-Read pages 138-141 in your Online Social Studies Textbook. It is above on the tab. complete the activity in Classroom. You can watch these 2 short videos also.
Create a Doc and answer the following questions:
- Describe the Olive Branch Petition-what was it & why was it written?
- Why did Thomas Paine write Common Sense? Did he achieve his purpose?
- Describe the Declaration of Independence. What was included in the Declaration that we consider our inalienable rights? (You read about these in our text book)
- What did Ben Franklin mean when he said, “We must hang together, or we will be
pretty sure to hang separately”?
Reading-Listen to the chapters 38 & 39 of Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus. Complete the activities for this wonderful story in Classroom.
- Create a Doc describing how Aven and Connor have changed throughout the story. Use examples from the story to support your main ideas about each character.
- Compare Aven to a character from Because of Mr. Terupt(we read in the beginning of the year) To help you remember their name, here is a recap: Jessica, the new girl, smart and perceptive, who’s having a hard time fitting in; Alexia, a bully, your friend one second, your enemy the next; Peter, class prankster and troublemaker; Luke, the brain; Danielle, who never stands up for herself; shy Anna, whose home situation makes her an outcast; and Jeffrey, who hates school.
Language/Spelling-Using words #1-9, write compound or complex sentences. Make sure you are writing using proper sentence structure and punctuation.
Math-Lesson 20. Complete the homework in your Succeed book for this lesson, and Zearn. Some of you are behind on your Zearn lessons. Please try to catch up.
Reading–Warriors chapter 5, part 1. See Classroom for the text, pages to read, and the activity to complete.
Writing-write a Friendly Letter to me. See the directions in Classroom to learn how to write a Friendly letter.
Language-complete the spelling activity in Classroom.
Science-read to learn more about food webs. Your activity is in Classroom.
Math-watch the lesson 20 video, and complete the first page of the Problem Set. You may use your book for this assignment. Please watch the video to review all the properties that make these quadrilaterals unique.
Language-Spelling! Yes, you have a spelling list today. Make flashcards today for review throughout the week. You will have a spelling test on Friday.
Social Studies-watch Liberty’s Kids #9 Bunker HIll, and read the article about Bunker Hill. Complete all the pages for the activity in Classroom.
Reading-Listen to ch 37 of Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus. Write a summary(main ideas & details) for this chapter in Classroom.
🅵🆁🅸🅳🅰🆈 5- 8
Math-review day! Add & Subtract fractions. Remember to create common denominators before solving the problems!
Writing-your Eagle TDA is due today. Please turn in your completed Blueprint you filled in on Wednesday, AND your essay due today. Color code your writing(if you can) like your blueprint. Edit and Revise your essay before you turn it in.
Social Studies-Read The Second Continental Congress article in Classroom. Complete the activity, then watch Liberty’s Kids episode#8.
Language-complete the assessment for the week 2 vocabulary words.
Reading-read Warriors chapter 4, and complete the summary.
Math-Watch the video on kites then complete the Zearn lesson & Exit Ticket for lesson 19. IXL-math AA “new” & AA.2. These activities are helping you understand polygons.
Science-Food webs; watch the video, and take notes(see directions in Classroom); Review the vocab words from Tuesday. IXL- science P.4
Read–Warriors chapter 4. This is a longer chapter, so read some today and some tomorrow. On Friday, turn in your written summary of the chapter following the directions in Classroom.
Language-complete your practice activity using the Week 2 word list. Your test is tomorrow.
Math-Lesson 19; watch the video in Classroom, and complete the Problem Set. Please list ALL the properties for the shapes in 3a & b. Several students are skipping these questions.
Social Studies–Liberty’s Kids #7; complete the guided video activity in Classroom.
Language-vocabulary week 2; complete What would you say? activity in Classroom. Write in complete sentences.
Reading-Listen to chapter 35 in Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus. You may want to complete this activity first, since it is the one you have been waiting for!! See Classroom for link /directions.
Writing-today you receive the TDA prompt for the Eagles’ articles, and start your Blueprint. Using the coler-coded Blueprint, choose the 3 main ideas to support how people are helping the bald eagle increase in numbers. Include evidence from the articles for this TDA just like we would in the classroom. Select a transition word or phrase for each paragraph. After writing the 3 main ideas, plan your introduction & conclusion. 𝕐𝕠𝕦 𝕨𝕚𝕝𝕝 𝕨𝕣𝕚𝕥𝕖 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕡𝕒𝕡𝕖𝕣 𝕠𝕟 𝕋𝕙𝕦𝕣𝕤𝕕𝕒𝕪 & 𝔽𝕣𝕚𝕕𝕒𝕪.
Math-Lesson 18 Exit Ticket & Zearn. I posted a video & game for you to watch/play on these shapes. IXL–BB.9 Identifying Rhombuses, BB “new” – Identify the relationship between quadrilaterals, BB”new”– Describe relationships among quadrilaterals
Reading/Writing-Read an article about Eagles to continue our lesson from Monday. It is in Classroom.
Science-Watch the video about food chains which is part of the Biosphere. Create a Doc for the vocabulary words listed in Classroom, and complete IXL-P.3 Identify the roles in a food chain.
Language-vocabulary week 2, sentence stems in Classroom
Social Studies-reread ch 11 les 3 in your book. Complete the activity in Classroom.
Math-Watch the video posted in Classroom for lesson 18. By watching the video, you will see how the properties/characteristics of rhombuses and rectangles relate to the previous shapes we have studied; trapezoid, parallelogram, quadrilateral. Complete your Problem Set in Classroom.
Language-Vocabulary-week 2 Returning to the Context. Reread the story, and complete the activity using complete sentences.
Reading/Writing-This will be a 5 part assignment starting today. Read about eagles in this article and answer the questions in Classroom.
Math-Review Friday! You will practice some skills we have already learned. There is a video for you to watch to refresh your memory on fractions, and IXL activities for you to practice.
Flocabulary-Parallel and Perpendicular Lines. Your activity is in Classroom.
Reading– Warriors chapter 3. This is an exciting chapter. Lots of interesting events take place. Your activity is in Classroom, and you have until Monday to complete it.
Social Studies-You remember your Atlas book?!? Today you are going to use it to complete your activity in Classroom. It discusses all the events we have studied these last 2 weeks leading up to the war.
Math-Watch 2 videos in your Classroom to review and learn more about parallelograms. Complete the Exit Ticket and Zearn for lesson 17. IXL – BB.5 & BB.6. There is a math game in Classroom that helps you practice measuring angles. You don’t have your protractors, so this will help you review angle measures.
Science-Review your Quizlet flashcards on the ecosystem. There are 2 videos for you to watch today; one on life cycles and adaptations. IXL-Science K.1, M.1
Read Aloud– Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus chapters 32, 33, & 34. They are short. Write a summary of these chapters. Write in complete sentences using details to support.
Language-Vocab in my Life activity in Classroom. Practice using the 6 words from your list using complete sentences.
Math-Watch the video I attached in Classroom. Let me say that again…𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐯𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐨! Watching the video helps you understand the procedure for completing the problem Set. On Monday, several of you tried to complete the Problem Set without following the video. You are working with trapezoids today that are also called, parallograms. Complete your Problem Set during the video. The teacher walks you through step by step. Must Dos are #1 & #4. I included the Homework Helper to help you understand the vocabulary and steps needs to complete your work.
Social Studies-Liberty’s Kids #6; complete the guided video activity in Classroom.
Read–Warriors chapter 2; answer the comprehension questions in Classroom.
Language– Vocabulary Week 2 words, complete the Associating Words activity in Classroom.
Math-complete Module 5 Les 16 Exit Ticket in Classroom, IXL, and Zearn. Your Zearn lessons have been reset to Mod 5 les 16.
Science/Read-you will need your science book today. Read A4-11 to complete the outline in Classroom for this section.
IXL-Language Arts V.5 prefix review. Spend 20 minutes practicing.
Read Aloud-Listen to 𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙞𝙜𝙣𝙞𝙛𝙞𝙘𝙖𝙣𝙩 𝙀𝙫𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙨 𝙞𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙇𝙞𝙛𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙖 𝘾𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙪𝙨 ch 30. The link is in Classroom. Answer the questions in Classroom.
All of your assignments will post at 8:00 the night before they are assigned. For example, Monday’s assignments will post Sunday evening at 8:00pm. This way you can work on any assignment when you want. Please pay attention to the dates, so you complete all assignments due for Monday before starting Tuesday’s, and so on.
Math-Module 5 geometry. I have included your Learn pages along with videos in Classroom; a new one and the Embarc one. This module uses a lot of vocabulary, so I included that too. Study the words. I will depend on you to know them during this module. After watching the video(s), complete your Learn pages in Classroom.
Vocabulary-you have your new word list in Classroom with the definitions. Read the story following the directions using DocHub.
Social Studies-Liberty’s Kids #5. You will learn about Paul Revere today and what he did to help the colonists/Americans. The link for the video and activity guide are in Classroom. You probably will want to do this before you complete your reading assignment today. It will make more sense.
Read–The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere in your Treasures Book, pages 284-287. This is a poem that reads like a story. Remember, stanzas are like paragraphs. There is a video to watch that teaches you a new poetry term. Complete the questions on pg 287 in your book in Classroom using DocHub.
If at any time/day you think there is too much work, please let me know. We are a team. I need you to reach out to me, so I can assist you.
Google Classroom link https://classroom.google.com/u/0/w/NDI2NzA2NjUwMDFa/tc/ODk4NjA1NjA0MzBa
Math-in Edulastic complete the End of Module 6
Language-Complete you vocabulary assessment for your vocabulary words you have been studying for the past two weeks.
Read-Warriors Prologue & chapter 1; activity is in classroom.
Math-complete Topic D quiz in Edulastic on the Student Page under Clever. Email me if you have any issues.
Science-You will need to click on the link below and READ the first page that comes up titled A Big Ball of Life and …then click on the tab on the bottom right corner of your screen that says –“next page on biosphere” and READ that page titled Ecology-The Study of Ecosystems.
When you are finished reading about biospheres and ecosystems in the link above go to Classroom and answer the activity questions. The link below contains Quizlet flashcards on biospheres and ecosystems that we are currently studying. They’re fun!
Read-a new book for us, Warriors, Into The Wild. Read the Prologue and Chapter 1 of this new fantasy chapter book. In Classroom preview the questions before reading, so you can notice them throughout the reading. Create a Doc in Classroom for your answers. We will try this book, and see what you think.
Vocabulary-This is a practice matching activity using your vocab words. It is different than the one you did last week even though it looks the same.
IXL-vocabulary V.4 suffix practice
Math-Exit Ticket for lesson 19. Watch the video for lesson 20(this is a good video-watch it!) then complete the Problem Set and Zearn for this lesson. Catch up on your Zearn! Everyone needs to have completed lesson 20.
Read-Reread and complete the fantasy story Westlandia pages 546-559. Your activity will be in Classroom.
Social Studies-Liberty’s Kids #4 Liberty or Death. Meet Patrick Henry in this video, and learn what his speech was all about. Your activity is in Classroom.
Language-vocabulary; write 8 sentences using words from your vocabulary list. The sentences need to be 4 compound and 4 complex. Make sure you are using a conjunction with a comma in your compound sentences. For your complex sentences, have an independent clause and a dependent clause. Underline your vocab word in each sentence.
IXL– Vocabulary V.3 suffix practice; 20 minutes; 80% or better! Not everyone is completing their IXL. Now is the time to get caught up!
Math-complete Exit Ticket for lesson 18. Watch the video for lesson 19 then complete the Application Problem, Problem Set, and Zearn. Today you will be analyzing data on the graph. Take your time.
Reading-I made a video for you! Watch the video I made for you on the genre Fantasy. It’s short! Take notes using a Doc in Classroom about this genre. The directions are in Classroom. Also-start reading a fantasy story in your Treasures book. It is Westlandia on page 546. Your directions for this story are also in Classroom.
Language-vocabulary; What Would You Say? Choose 6 vocab words from the list to write about using the form provided. Write in complete sentences using punctuation.
Science-Readworks; Today we are focusing on the biosphere which is the earth system that includes all life. To start us off you will be using Readworks to learn about characteristics of animals. The first article is about cats and the second one is about chicks.
Read Aloud–Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus listen to ch 29. Choose 3 main events with 2 details for each event. Complete in Classroom.
Math-Complete Lesson 17 Exit Ticket; Watch lesson 18 video, Application Problem, Problem Set, and Zearn.
IXL-Practice Math CC.1 symmetry and Language Arts D.2 text structure.
Read-Read the informational article about the Intolerable Acts. Prove your answers by highlighting or underlining where you found your answers in the article. Reread to confirm. Use your informational reading strategies to complete this activity
Social Studies-Liberty’s Kids #3 United We Stand; complete the activity in Classroom while watching the video.
Language Arts-Today’s assignment is titled Word Relationships. Using these 4 words from your list, describe the events using details to support your statement. Write in complete sentences. REVIEW all the words using the flash cards from Monday’s, 4-13, assignment.
Math-Topic C quiz. It is in a new place, but you will easily find in on your Student Page. Go to Dearborn Schools, Student Page, Edulastic. After clicking Edulastic, there will be an assessment listed 5th Grade Math-Dearth-PM. You answers will show up on my page. Email me if you have a problem and I walk you through the steps.
Read-you activity in about Toads today. Read the informational article, and complete the activity in Classroom.
IXL-complete all the starred activities from the week; Math U.3, U.4; Language Arts D.1, V.1, V.2 GG. 4, MM.1; Social Studies G.2, G.3
Language Arts-Vocabulary in My Life. Read the directions in Classroom for studying the selected vocab words today. Remember next Friday, you will have quiz on your vocabulary words.
Social Studies-your Slides are due today for the Boston Tea Party. See Wednesday’s assignment in Classroom for all the directions.
Math-Exit Ticket for lesson 16. Watch video, Application Problem, Problem Set and Zearn for lesson 17. Make sure you are practicing all the problems from this week because tomorrow there is the Topic C quiz.
Language Arts-Vocabulary, complete the activity in Classroom.
Social Studies-continue working on your Google Slides for the Boston Tea Party in Classroom. This activity is due on Friday.
Science-Read the article The Water Cycle and complete the activities in Classroom.
Read Aloud–Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus chapters 25, 26, 27. They are short!! Draw a picture of you favorite part from this section. Color it! Send it to me!!
Math-Exit Ticket lesson 15; Watch video, Application Problem, Problem Set, and Zearn for lesson 16.
Language Arts-Vocabulary Sentence Stems. See Classroom to complete the activity using your vocab words.
Social Studies-3 day project on the Boston Tea Party. You will enjoy this activity. You will make Google Slides in Classroom about the causes & effect of the Tea Party. Please review the directions carefully. You will use your Online Social Studies book pages 125-128, and I have added some videos, new and old, for you watch for gathering information for your slides.
IXL-Complete by Friday: Math U.4(coordinate planes), G.3(line symmetry); Language Arts GG.4(fragment/complete sentences); Social Studies G.3
Read Aloud–Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus, listen to chapters 23 & 24 before completing your Classroom activity.
Math-Complete Exit Ticket for Lesson 14; Watch video, Problem Set, and Zearn for Lesson 15. I hope the videos are helping you with your assignments. You can also look at the Parent Topic C to support you. It is at the top of the page.
IXL-continuing working on the activities from yesterday. I am adding Science U.1 to go with your science activity today.
Reading-ReadWorks; you ask…so I deliver. Here are two articles that go together on Stars. Read both articles then answer the questions that follow. Be sure to use both texts to help you answer the questions, especially #8.
Language Arts-in Classroom(which you can access from the District Student Page) you will have an activity that goes with your vocabulary words from Monday. It is a matching activity. Use your flashcards to help you with the definitions.
Science-Flocabulary, watch a video on the water cycle, a part of the hydrosphere. You need to complete ALL the activities that are assigned. They are: Vocab Cards-writing sentences using the words(with capitals and periods!), Read & Respond-reading to find the answers to the questions; Quiz. Take your time in order to do a good job. No Rushing!
Monday, April 13
Math-Exit Ticket lesson 13; Watch video, complete Application Problem, Problem Set, and Zearn for Lesson 14.
IXL-Math U3 & U4(coordinate planes); Language Arts D1(text structure), MM1(adjectives), RR1(capitalization errors); Your goal is to get 80% or higher on each activity.
Reading–Talking in Code article in Classroom; read and complete the activities.
Social Studies-Liberty’s Kids, Episode #2, Intolerable Acts; watch the video and complete the guided video activity.
Language Arts–Vocabulary; you will have a list of vocabulary words every 2 weeks to study. A new activity will be in Classroom each day for you to practice over the 2 weeks. At the end of the 2 weeks, you will have a quiz over the meanings of the words. Today-the list is in your Classroom with the definitions of each word with a story to read that incorporates the vocab words. There are flashcards you can print(if you want to) or make your own, so you can start reviewing the words each day. Have someone practice the words with you each day.
Read Aloud–Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus; listen to ch 21 & 22 and complete the journal activity in Classroom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxLyawgy56o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr7hTRXMaLo