Writing Journal: What is your favorite soup? Do you like this soup      enough to eat it for a whole week? If not, what fo...
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Reading - Write an Advertisement    A writers hard work is for nothing if no one    reads his or her words.    To get read...
Reading - Prewrite (Idea Web)                               Scout Troop 92 is having                               a dog w...
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Reading - PrewriteYour TurnUse the Idea Web handout to plan youradvertisement.                                        6
Reading - DraftYour TurnWrite three (3) strong opening statements for anadvertisement for a radio or television that willc...
1. Alert! This announcement has interruptedyour show to represent you a new Diary of aWimpy Kid book. Come to the new Diar...
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Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTRather than show off, Ken acted withdecency when he shook the losersde...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe dog let out a mournful cry when                  mournfulher owner...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTWe placed the news item on the         boardbulletin board .          ...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe truck driver is delivering breadand dairy products to thesupermark...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTI heard shrieks and screams comingfrom the woods.                     ...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe quarterback got the injury whenhe was tackled.                    ...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT              slurp Please dont slurp your milkshake, Delia.          ...
Reading - Review Vocabulary    VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT        sympathy I felt sympathy for Lois when she learned she had to ...
Reading - Idioms    An idiom is a phrase that cannot be understood    from the meaning of the separate words in it.    Idi...
Reading - Idiomstake (tak) 1. to get hold of; grasp: I took hold of the boys hand before crossing the street.• to take to:...
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Math - Repeated Addition Multiplication is a fast way of adding a series of numbers. 3 x 5 means to add 3 together 5 times...
Math - Commutative Property of Multiplication The commutative property of multiplication simply means it does not matter w...
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 - Twos Multiplication is repeated addition so: 2x4=4+4=8 Any number times two is the number doubled! 2 x 4 would be 4...
Math - FivesIf you are multiplying five times an even number, take half ofthe number and put a zero after itFor example 5 ...
Math - NinesThis is the one less = nine methodSubtract one from the number you are multiplying by.• 9 x 5 (one less than 5...
Math - Multiply Whole Numbers by Decimals (page 70)Find 9 x 0.7Step 1: Multiply as with whole                        0.7nu...
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For the Week of October 31, 20111. rattlers       11. difficulties2. fangs          12. batches3. countries      13. abili...
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Religion Quiz - The Sacraments                                 55
Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, November 2, 2011Math1. Textbook, page 72; exercise 6­15 (notebook)* I will check homework on...
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  1. 1. Writing Journal: What is your favorite soup? Do you like this soup  enough to eat it for a whole week? If not, what food would you consider  worthy of your attention for an entire week? Explain Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Cincere Ricardo Ramon Natalie AlanChristian Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Angel Matthew Linder Brian Crystal Christopher Ryan Sualee Alan 1
  2. 2. "The secret of getting ahead is getting started."Practice: Multiply• Exercise 9 -27 on page 56. 2
  3. 3. Reading - Write an Advertisement A writers hard work is for nothing if no one reads his or her words. To get readers interested in reading, writers write strong openings. Often, these openings cause readers to ask questions that can be answered only by continuing to read. 3
  4. 4. Reading - Prewrite (Idea Web) Scout Troop 92 is having a dog wash to raise money. Marion Animal Shelter Date, time, location of needs money. Facts dog wash Come to Scout Troop Number 92s dog wash to raise funds for the Marion Animal Shelter. Opinions Persuasive Techniques Our community cares for animals. Morals: Did you know the folks Emotions: Well lovingly wash, dry, who run the Marion Animal Shelter and brush your pet for only five are having trouble making ends meet? dollars. 4
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  6. 6. Reading - PrewriteYour TurnUse the Idea Web handout to plan youradvertisement. 6
  7. 7. Reading - DraftYour TurnWrite three (3) strong opening statements for anadvertisement for a radio or television that willconvince listeners to support an event sponsored bykids.Choose the best statement, and use your webs towrite your draft. 7
  8. 8. 1. Alert! This announcement has interruptedyour show to represent you a new Diary of aWimpy Kid book. Come to the new Diary of a Wimpy Kid book event.2. Have you ever wanted to be a Disneychannel star? Heres your chance!Come to our Disney character audition. 8
  9. 9. 3. Wanna be a game master? Heres yourchance! 9
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  12. 12. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTRather than show off, Ken acted withdecency when he shook the losersdecencyhand. 12
  13. 13. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe dog let out a mournful cry when mournfulher owner left. 13
  14. 14. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTWe placed the news item on the boardbulletin board . 14
  15. 15. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe truck driver is delivering breadand dairy products to thesupermarket. 15
  16. 16. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTI heard shrieks and screams comingfrom the woods. 16
  17. 17. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXTThe quarterback got the injury whenhe was tackled. 17
  18. 18. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT slurp Please dont slurp your milkshake, Delia. 18
  19. 19. Reading - Review Vocabulary VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT sympathy I felt sympathy for Lois when she learned she had to move. 19
  20. 20. Reading - Idioms An idiom is a phrase that cannot be understood from the meaning of the separate words in it. Idioms are often found in conversations or dialogue. One way to find the meaning of an idiom is to look up key words in a dictionary. The idiom is sometimes included in the definition. 20
  21. 21. Reading - Idiomstake (tak) 1. to get hold of; grasp: I took hold of the boys hand before crossing the street.• to take to: to adapt. Sue takes to dancing like a ballerina.• to take after: to look like or be like: I take after my mother.• to take up: to begin, as a hobby. Im going to take up knitting. 1. Ed takes to water like a fish. 2. Im going to take up swimming. 3. He takes after his grandfather. 21
  22. 22. Reading - Homework (idiom) Practice book, page 43 22
  23. 23. 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 23
  24. 24. 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. 24
  25. 25. Math - Zeros Multiplication is repeated addition so: 0x3=0+0+0= 0 Any number times zero is always zero! 25
  26. 26. Math - Ones Multiplication is repeated addition so: 1x4=1+1+1+1= 4 Any number times one is always itself! 26
  27. 27. Math - Twos Multiplication is repeated addition so: 2x4=4+4=8 Any number times two is the number doubled! 2 x 4 would be 4 + 4 or 8 2 x 6 would be 6 + 6 or 12 27
  28. 28. Math - FivesIf you are multiplying five times an even number, take half ofthe number and put a zero after itFor example 5 x 6 (6 is even)• take half of 6 (30)• add a zero - 40If you are multiplying five times an odd number, subtract 1from the number and halve the numberFor example 5 x 7 (7 is odd)• Subtract one from 7 (6)• take half of 6 (3)• Add a five - 35 28
  29. 29. 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. 29
  30. 30. Math - Multiply Whole Numbers by Decimals (page 70)Find 9 x 0.7Step 1: Multiply as with whole   0.7numbers. x   9Step 2: Count the total numberof digits after the decimal pointin each factor. 0.7    digitsStep 3: Add the digits. Count in x 9    digitsthat many places from the rightin the product. Th ink :c fr o om unt th in e 1 rig digi ht tThe answer is 6.3 30
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  41. 41. Math - Multiply Whole Numbers by Decimals (page 70)You can use patterns to multiply        1 x 12.5 = 12.5decimals by multiples of 10.      10 x 12.5 = 125    100 x 12.5 = 1,250Think: the number of zeros in 1,000 x 12.5 = 12,500the multiple of 10 tells you howmany places to move the decimalpoint to the right.So 12.5 x 1,000 equals 12,500. 41
  42. 42. Math - Multiply Whole Numbers by Decimals (page 70) 42
  43. 43. Math Homework 43
  44. 44. Language Arts - Singular and Plural Nouns (page 90) 44
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  53. 53. For the Week of October 31, 20111. rattlers 11. difficulties2. fangs 12. batches3. countries 13. abilities4. liberties 14. lashes5. potatoes 15. identities6. rodeos 16. losses7. taxes 17. possibilities8. reptiles 18. notches9. surroundings 19. zeroes10. beliefs 20. eddies 53
  54. 54. 1 What is your choice? A   B   54
  55. 55. Religion Quiz - The Sacraments 55
  56. 56. Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, November 2, 2011Math1. Textbook, page 72; exercise 6­15 (notebook)* I will check homework on Monday 56
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