November 2018

Friday 11/30

  1. Do nowDirections: Rewrite the sentences.  Correct the errors. Underline the pronouns and circle the antecedents to which they refer. Draw a line connecting the two.Whose is this Mrs. Price asks, holding up the red sweater in front of the class not mine swears everybody not me

    (10 errors) ( 5 pronouns)(2 antecedents)

  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Author’s Purpose (PIE Persuade, Inform, Entertain) Copy of Author’s Purpose
  4. Author’s Purpose Practice
  5. Required Chores CER CER Chores (2/3rd cores) Uniform In Public Schools (1st core) (Please use the format below to help with your CER)
    Claim:
    Evidence (According to the text…):
    Reasoning:  
    1. This demonstrates (claim)__________________________________________________________________ because (paraphrase evidence) ________________________________

    __________________________________________________________________________________________.
    2. Expand (use background knowledge)
    _____________________________________________

    __________________________________________________________________________________________.
    3. Therefore, (restate claim) _____________________________

    __________________________________________________________________________________________.

Thursday 11/29 

  1. Do Now – Directions: Rewrite the sentences.  Correct the errors. Underline the pronouns and circle the antecedents to which they refer. Draw a line connecting the two.if you’ve had your three wishes, the monkey’s paw is no good to you now said Mr. White to his son Herbert why do you still have it(7 errors) (  6 pronouns)(3 antecedents)
  2. Daily Reading Log
  3. Present – Cafeteria Frenzy Sample CER/Rubric
  4. HW – Complete Homework Passage CER Practice (See Monday 11/25 if you lost your copy)

Wednesday 11/28

  1. Do now –  Directions: Rewrite the sentences.  Correct the errors. Underline the pronouns and circle the antecedents to which they refer. Draw a line connecting the two.
    1. suddenly, Dad bursts into their room Whats up, girls he says with a silly grin on his face Whats all the fuss about(11 errors) (3  pronouns)(2 antecedents)
  2. Daily Reading and Log (1st and 2nd core – Book Fair)
  3. Cafeteria Frenzy Passage – Using 3 colors, highlight the Claim, Evidence and Reasoning
  4. Teacher Model CER Rubric/Checklist and Paragraph – Should Ms. Hassan implement silent lunch at Woodworth Middle School?
  5.  Groups – Complete CER Rubric/Checklist over a student written paragraph.

Tuesday 11/27 (Shorted hours due to PBIS Dodgeball)

  1. Do now – Directions: Rewrite the sentences.  Correct the errors. Underline the pronouns and circle the antecedents to which they refer. Draw a line connecting the two.
    1. The Tyrannosaur snuck up behind the Triceratops and tried to punch him with his little hands The triceratops heard something rustling behind him and he quickly turned around.(3 errors) (4 pronouns)
  2. Daily Reading (3rd core – Book Fair)
  3. Continue working on CER Practice Page

Monday 11/26

  1. Do now Directions: Rewrite the sentence, correct it,  and underline the pronouns.
    1. My brother bryan did not like going to School. He once told my mom “I will give you five dollars if you keep me home”. (7 pronouns)
      (4 errors)
    2. Notes Pronouns Pronouns: Take the place of nouns Example Gorlock forgot his club in his other loincloth, so he had to make a new one.
    3. Notes Antecedents Antecedents: The nouns to which pronouns refer. Mr. Tickles normally did not eat fish without organic soy sauce,but he decided to make an exception.  Mr. Tickles is the antecedent of he.
  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Notes – CER (CER PPT CER)
  4. Homework Passage CER Practice. Copy of Claim Practice

Wednesday 11/21- Friday 11/23 No School – Thanksgiving break

Tuesday 11/20

  1. Do Now Quiz
  2. Daily reading log
  3. Complete Narrative – Due tonight by 8 pm!!!!
  4. Complete conferring with students.

Monday 11/19

  1. Do-Now – Correct errors, circle nouns, and underline verbs.
    1. Aw, you didn’t write that! Protested one of the boys I did complained margot. William! Yelled the teacher(10 errors) (4 nouns) (5 verbs)
  2. Daily Reading and Log
  3. Narrative  – Google Classroom
  4. Continue Conferring

Friday 11/16

  1. Do Now – Correct errors, circle nouns, and underline verbs.
    1. My problem is that Im not getting any support from you and Mom jennifer yelled as she stomped across the room and prepared to slam the door STOP RIGHT THERE, young lady You will not talk to me that way and you will not walk away Dad bellowed(9 errors) (9 nouns) (13 verbs)
  2. Daily Reading and log
  3. Figurative Language and Connotation Re-Test
  4. Continue working on Narrative
  5. Continue Conferring

Thursday 11/15

  1. Do Now – Correct errors, circle nouns, and underline verbs.
    1. I’ll never let go Jack.” whispered Rose Well, if you move a little we can both fit “answered Jack”(8 errors) (3 nouns) (8 verbs)
  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Run/Walk Glue in Interactive Notebook
  4. Sensory Detail Word List – Glue in Interactive Notebook
  5. Continue Working on Narrative
  6. Continue Conferring
  7. HW – Figurative Language and Connotation Re-Test Friday

Wednesday 11/14

  1. Do now –  Correct errors, circle nouns, and underline verbs.
    1. come play with me.” said the doll in a quiet and creepy voice. i looked at Mr. Donelson with fear. “Run! I screamed. (7 errors) (4 nouns) (6 verbs)
  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Sensory Words – Glue in Interactive Notebook –Sensory Words
  4. Test corrections –Test Correction Form
  5. Continue working on Narrative
  6. Continue Conferring

Tuesday 11/13

  1. Do now –  Correct errors, circle nouns, and underline verbs.
    1. Why are you smiling like that? Asked the angry man. I just like to smile. Smiling is my favorite!”, stated a smiling Buddy.(6 errors) (3 nouns) (7 verbs)
  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Walk/Run Scattegories
  4. Continue working on Narrative
  5. Continue Conferring

Monday 11/12

  1. Do Now – Correct errors, circle nouns, underline verbs
    1. Did you see the score of the Michigan state game? I asked, laughing.“It’s not funny. Ohio state won” stated Mary“You’re right. Im worried now.” I replied.(7 errors)(4 nouns)(11 verbs)
  2. Daily reading and log
  3. “The Hook” (interactive notebook)
  4. Individual conferring (bring checklist)

Friday 11/9

  1. Do Now – Correct Sentences – Circle nouns and underline verbsi am getting mom a red Mustang for her next birthday my sister sang.“I already bought one for her. That’s not fair! I yelled. “You have to return it”, She replied. 
    1. 7 errors, 4 nouns, 9 verbs
  2. Daily Reading
  3. Figurative Language/Connotation Carousel review
  4. Figurative Language/Connotation Test – Summative
  5. Continue Working on Narrative – Google Classroom

Connotation Practice – 100 Ways to say Swag –

Thursday 11/8

  1. Do now –
    1. Correct errors
    2. Circle the nouns and underline the verbs

    “according to the text” Michael stocker spent 3 ½ years leading a team of 70 animators who worked on finding Dory”.

    (7 errors) (6 nouns) (3 verbs)

  2. Daily reading and Log
  3. Connotation Stew
  4. Candidate Connotation
  5. Narrative Writing Time

Wednesday 11/7

  1. Do Now –
    1. Correct errors
    2. Circle the nouns and underline verbs.

    “Wake up zach” I whispered. “Its christmas morning!” We rushed down the stairs and opened our presents. “Yay! I got…socks? I mumbled. “what kind of present is this.” asked Sam.

    (8 errors) (7 nouns) (9 verbs)

  2. Daily reading and Log
  3. Review Connotation in Sports part 1
  4. Begin Connotation in Sports part 2
  5. Continue writing narrative.

Tuesday 11/6

No School – Teacher Professional Development

Monday 11/5

  1. Do now –
    1. Underline nouns and circle verbs
    2. Correct errors

    “Luke, I am you’re father”, said Darth Vader. No, that’s not true! That’s impossible! yelled luke.

  2. Rules of Quotations – Notes into interactive notebook
    1. Use double quotation marks to set off a direct (word-for-word) quotation
      1. “I hope you will be here,” he said. YES
      2. He said that he “hoped I would be there.” NO
    2. Capitalize inside the quotation mark
      1. Jamal said “Hi!” YES
      2. Jamal said “hi!” NO
    3. Comma before a quote is introduced
    4. If the quote is at the beginning or the middle, a comma, question mark, or exclamation mark can end the quote.
      1. “Hurry up,” she whispered OR “Hurry up!” she yelled. YES
      2. “Hurry up” she whispered. NO
      3. Punctuation goes inside the quotation
      1. “Hurry up,” she whispered. YES
      2. “Hurry up”, she whispered. NO
      1. Skip a line and indent whenever a new speaker begins
    5. “See you tomorrow!” my friends all yelled together as they ran home. “Can’t wait!”
      1. According to the text, “Columbus arrived in 1492.” YES

    According to the text “Columbus arrived in 1492.” NO

  3. Finish Sports Teams Connotation Part 1  (Partner work)
  4. Continue working on Narrative (Google Classroom) – By Wednesday, students should be done with Characters (protagonist and antagonist) Conflict, Inciting Incident, 5 lines of Dialogue (minimum, and it should feel like it fits), 2 examples of Figurative Language and writing should be divided into appropriate paragraphs.

End Of 1st Card Marking

Friday 11/2

  1. Do Now –
    1. Correct errors.
    2. CIRCLE all adjectives and UNDERLINE all adverbs.

    My Brother excitedly ripped the gold paper off of his huge birthday present he loudly cheered when he saw it was an adorable spotted puppy
    (3 errors)
    (2 adverbs)
    (5 adjectives)

  2. Daily reading and log
  3. Review Connotation and Denotation
  4. Sports Team Connotations Project – Finish on Monday

Thursday 11/1

  1. Do now – If someone were describing your car, which one of these words would make you the most upset? Cheap, Bargain, and Inexpensive – Explain why in a paragraph. 
  2. Daily Reading and Log
  3. Connotation/Denotation Notes and activities

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