Reading: Finish packet (writing response) – the directions to the writing response are on page 27 + iReady
- Directions for writing part of packet: “Imagine your science class has been studying hang gliders and paragliders. Now you must write an informative article about the subject for your teacher. Use evidence from the sources to write your article.”
Math: Book C, pages 341-342 –> use the protractor cutout to help you + Zearn
Spelling/Vocab: Study for test tomorrow!
Reading: iReady + “Wednesday” of reading packet
Spelling/vocabulary: practice all words and definitions
Presentation, adaptation, petition, dictionary, direction, collection, reaction, communication, confrontation, disruption, character, conflict, plot
Presentation: a speech or talk in which a new product, idea, or piece of work is shown and explained to an audience.
Adaptation: a change in a plant or animal that makes it better able to live in a particular place or situation
Petition: a formal written request made to an official person or organization; a written document that people sign to show that they want a person or organization to do or change something
Dictionary: the course or path on which something is moving or pointing
Direction: a statement that tells a person what to do and how to do it :an order or instruction; the course or path on which something is moving or pointing
Collection: the way someone acts or feels in response to something that happens, is said, etc.
Reaction: the way someone acts or feels in response to something that happens, is said, etc.
Communication: the act or process of using words, sounds, signs, or behaviors to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc., to someone else
Confrontation: to cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way :to interrupt the normal progress or activity of (something)
Disruption: to cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way :to interrupt the normal progress or activity of (something)
Character: a person in a story, play, or movie.; all those things that make a person, place, or thing different from others.
Conflict: the problem in a story; to disagree strongly; differ.
Plot: a series of events that form the story in a novel, movie, etc.
Reading: Read the “Telling Stories with Light and Shadow” passage and answer questions #1-14 + iREADY
Math: Book C, pages 331-332 + Zearn
Spelling/Vocab: write each word 3 times
Math: Zearn + find an example of parallel and perpendicular lines at home
Reading: iReady + finish the rest of the reading packet
Writing: finish informational writing on Google Slides
*Readworks articles can be accessed on a computer at home
Reminder: Bring money for ice cream for Monday + Music FieldTrip on Tuesday next week
Math: Book C, pages 325-327, all problems + Zearn
Reading: Day 5 of Packet + iReady
Spelling/Vocab: Study for Test Tomorrow
Math: pages 319-320, #1-#4 + Zearn
Reading: Day 4 of Reading Packet + iReady
Writing: Continue to finish up informational writing (google slides in Google Classroom) + finish RACES
Spelling/Vocab: sailboats for each word