• January 14, 2021

    Reading: Read for 40 minutes and fill in your reading log.

    Practice being empathetic.

    January 13, 2021

    Reading: Read for 40 minutes and fill in your reading log thinking about the author's goal and some techniques that he/she used to get their message across. Look back at the Session 19 slides for reference on the techniques and goals.

    Math: Please make sure that you posted pictures of pages 122 and 123 on yesterday's slides.

    January 12, 2021

    Reading: 1) Read for 40 minutes and fill in log.
    2) If you have not completed the reading progression form, please complete it before tomorrow.
    (attached below)

    Writing: Think about a topic that you know a lot of information about. You will be writing an all about essay on this topic on Wednesday. You may have information with you as you write on Wednesday. You will only have 45 minutes to complete the writing task.

    Math: Math boxes 5.1 journal page 123.

    January 11, 2021

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in log.

    Writing: Think about a topic that you know a lot of information about. You will be writing an all about essay on this topic on Wednesday. You may have information with you as you write on Wednesday. You will only have 45 minutes to complete the writing task.

    January 8, 2021

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in your log.
    Have a great weekend!

    January 7, 2021

    Reading: Read for at least 30 minutes and fill in your log.

    Writing: Make sure that you. submitted your "Published Narrative"

    Science:  Answer the focus question in your notebooks.  "What is the effect of sunlight on earth materials?"

    January 6, 2021

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in your January reading log.

    Social Studies: make sure you have filled in the matrix for Cartier and Coronado. 

    January 5, 2021

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in the January log

    Math: Division assessment tomorrow. Please go over the review packet.

    Writing: Make sure to submit your Published piece.

    Science: Submit yesterday's exit slip

    Daily Check in: make sure to submit today's check in, if you have not already done so.

    January 4, 2021

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in log.

    Math: Assessment on Unit 4 - Division- Wednesday, please review.

    Science: Make sure that you have completed today's exit slip. The link is in the Science google classroom in the classwork section.

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    December 21, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in your log.

    Writing: Please look over your narrative. Go through our slides and make sure that you included some of the strategies that we spoke about in this unit. Polish it up and make it the best that it can be.

    Science: Look up at the sky tonight. Let me know if you see Jupiter and Saturn in the sky. They will appear as really bright starts right next to one another.

    Have a good night!

     

    December 18, 2020

    Reading: Read 30-40 minutes and fill in your reading log.

    Math: Make sure that journal pages 111, 112, and 114 are complete.

    Science: Make sure to take a picture of your project and turn it in today.

     

    December 17, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in your reading log

    Science: Planets Projects due tomorrow.

     

    December 16, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes. Fill in your reading log. Think about the theme of your independent reading book. Discuss this in your log.

    Math: Make sure to complete pages 108-109 in your math journal. Post pictures of your work for pages 108, 109 and Study Link 4.5 questions 1-5.

    Science projects due Friday.

     

    December 15, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in log

    Science:
    1) Assessment tomorrow. Please go over the review sheet.
    2) Planet project due Friday

     

    December 14, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in log.

    Math: Create your own phrase to remember the steps and order to solve a traditional division problem.
    D M S C B R. **You can also add a picture to depict your phrase. Take a picture of your work and place it on the slide.

    Science: Please complete the "Gravity Response" (found at the top of the homeroom classwork page)
    Investigation 2 assessment on Wednesday-review the study guide-jot down any questions you may have and be prepared to share them.

     

    December 11, 2020

    Reading:
    1) Continue reading and keep the debates in mind. Look for more evidence to support your opinion and counter your opponent’s points.  Find at least two pieces of evidence for BOTH sides of the argument. Be prepared to share this with your partner on Tuesday.

    2) Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in log.

    Writing: Make sure that you inserted commas into your writing. Highlight at least THREE sentences with commas in orange.

    Science: Planet projects are due next Friday.

    Thanksgiving Float Projects due today!


    December 10, 2020

    Reading: Read for 30-40 minutes and fill in constitution/notes or reading log.

    Writing: Make sure your writing is color coded.

    Complete your float projects and submit. If you did not complete the last three problems it is okay, you may still submit your project. Those problems will be counted as extra credit.

    Science:  Planet projects due Dec. 18

     

    Dec. 9

    Reading: Complete book club reading or read 30-40 minutes from your independent reading book. Write about what you read in Constitution or reading log.

    Math: Assessment tomorrow. Please make sure to go over the review slides. Make sure you are able to identify the different angles, make estimates for measurements, draw reflex angles and use template to draw different triangles, identify polygons and their characteristics, and know how to find the measurement of angles without using protractors

     

    Dec. 8

    Reading: read for at least 30-40 minutes. Fill in notes section (Constitution/notes) or fill in reading log.
    Make sure that you completed the theme slide from yesterday.

    Writing: make sure you included and highlighted figurative language in your narrative

    Math: Unit 3 Assessment on Thursday. Review the work we went over in class today.

     

    Dec. 4

    Reading: Complete book club reading and take notes. If you have completed your book club assignment, please read for 30-40 minutes and fill in your reading log.

     

    Dec. 3

    Reading:
    1. Complete your book club reading assignment and fill out the meeting notes in the Constitution/Notes document.
    2. IF YOU COMPLETE THE BOOK CLUB ASSIGNMENT: You should be reading for 30-40 minutes per day. Read your independent reading book and fill out your reading log.

    Writing: Make sure that you have highlighted the section in your writing that you wanted to revise. Then write the revision with the sequence of events added (see slides for lessons 15 and 16). Make sure that you have completed this assignment.

    Have a great afternoon!

     

    Dec. 2

    Reading: complete reading for book club, use information from yesterday's homework assignment to write your response
    Writing: A completed draft should be typed up in the Final Narrative document
    Math: Make sure to take pictures on page 85 and post on 3.9 slides in math google classroom.
    Social Studies: Test tomorrow. Make sure that you wrote about three of the artifacts that we studied. You can find them in the Sunken Ship slides in the social studies google classroom.

     

    Dec. 1

    Reading: Continue to read, looking for ideas about the characters or the main message of the story. Try to make connections for the notes you have.
    Think:
    What details support the theme of the story?
    What moments are important and what do they say about the character?
    Read IRB and write a response on the reading log

    Writing: Make sure you have a completed draft typed on the Final Narrative document.

    Social Studies:
    Select three objects you analyzed in this lesson.
    • Write the name of the object you chose.
    • Write one sentence explaining the use or purpose of the object.
    • Write another sentence telling how the object influenced European exploration of the Americas.