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  • Writing Journal: Would a turkey make a good pet?  Explain Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Alan Cincere Ricardo Ramon NatalieChristian Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Angel Matthew Linder Brian Crystal Christopher Ryan Sualee Alan
  • "Listen. Dont just wait to talk."Practice: Multiply• Exercise 11-20 on page 78
  • Reading - How Poison Came Into the World (page 188) Do Now: Legends are stories that come down from the past, based on the traditions of a people or region. The Hero is the main character in a legend who usually does something brave to help others. Personification is the assignment of human characteristics to an animal, thing, or idea.
  • Reading - How Poison Came Into the World (page 188) • The hero in a legend usually has special qualities, including unusual powers. • Authors use personification to support the traits of the heroes and villains in a legend. For example, a mouse who talks and acts bravely might be a hero and a coyote who talks and plots evil deeds against the hero might be a villain.
  • Reading - How Poison Came Into the World (page 188)Connect and Compare1. What are some ways that the authorpersonifies the plant and the animals?The plant is a problem solver, and the animalsrespond like humans.
  • Reading - How Poison Came Into the World (page 188)Connect and Compare2. What is the purpose of this legend?It explains how snakes and wasps got poison.
  • Reading - How Poison Came Into the World (page 188)Connect and Compare 3. Think about "How Poison Came Into the World" and Rattlers! Compare how each author gives information about nature. The author of "Rattlers!" writes a nonfiction article based on information about nature, whereas the author of the legend uses similar information to build a fictional story.
  • Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 49
  • Math - Repeated Addition Multiplication is a fast way of adding a series of numbers. 3 x 5 means to add 3 together 5 times or 3+3+3+3+3
  • Math - Commutative Property of Multiplication The commutative property of multiplication simply means it does not matter which number is first when you write the problem.
  • Math - Zeros Multiplication is repeated addition so: 0x3=0+0+0= 0 Any number times zero is always zero!
  • Math - Ones Multiplication is repeated addition so: 1x4=1+1+1+1= 4 Any number times one is always itself!
  • Math - TwosMultiplication is repeated addition so:2x4=4+4=8Any number times two is the number doubled!2 x 4 would be 4 + 4 or 82 x 6 would be 6 + 6 or 12
  • Math - FivesIf you are multiplying five times an even number, take half of the number andput a zero after itFor example 5 x 6 (6 is even)• take half of 6 (30)• add a zero - 30If you are multiplying five times an odd number, subtract 1 from the numberand halve the numberFor example 5 x 7 (7 is odd)• Subtract one from 7 (6)• take half of 6 (3)• Add a five - 35
  • Math - NinesThis is the one less = nine methodSubtract one from the number you are multiplying by.• 9 x 5 (one less than 5 is 4)The two numbers that make up the answer will equal 9.• The last number in the answer is 5• 4+5=9Here is another example• 9x8• One less than 8 is 7. So the first number in the answer is 7• 7+2=9• So the second number in the answer is 2.
  • Math - 3 x 4 and 7 x 8These two multiplication facts are as easy as counting• 12 = 3 x 4 (notice the numbers go 1, 2, 3, 4)• 56 = 7 x 8 (these also go in order 5, 6, 7, 8)Remember these sentences:• One two (12) equals three times four (3 x 4)• Five six (56) equals seven times eight (7 x 8)Because of the commutative property of multiplication:• 3x4=4x3• 7x8=8x7
  • Math - SevensSevens times table is considered the hardest table tomemorize, but it can be as easy as 1 2 3
  • Math - SevensSevens times table is considered the hardest table tomemorize, but it can be as easy as 1 2 3
  • Math - Multiplication Table
  • Language Arts - Capitalization (page 96)
  • Language Arts - Capitalization (page 96)
  • Language Arts - Capitalization (page 96) Language Arts HomeworkTextbook, page 160. Exercise 1-10 on loose leaf paper. I will collect on Monday.
  • Homework Summary ­ Thursday, November 10, 2011Reading1. Practice book, page 49Language Arts1. Textbook, page 160, exercise 1­10 on loose leaf paperHave a great weekend :)
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