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  • 1. Writing Journal: This year is almost over. Make a list of five (5) things  that you did well this past year. Then list five (5) things you hope to  accomplish next year. 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
  • 2. Pretend that you wake up onemorning during Christmas vacationto discover that the rest of yourfamily left for a trip without you.Write about what happens next. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose-leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  • 3. Divide. Round to the nearest tenth. Use graph paper.Work will be graded. r inbe num ea e! Plac squar 1) 3.4   26.1 eac h 2) 5.01   7.428 3) 7.28   2,965 4) 804   68.001
  • 4. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265)ComprehensionGenreHistorical Fiction tells a story in which fictional characters take part in actual historical events with real people from the past.Read to Find OutWhat was it like to be a child in Boston at thetime of the Revolutionary War?
  • 5. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265) Text Clues Conclusions General Gage knows The fact that his own children General Gage has would like to go children of his own sledding. will influence his decision.
  • 6. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265) Text Clues Conclusions Henry says he The fact that would never forget Henry is on his own the first time he sled is what makes came down the hill this day exciting. on a sled of his own.
  • 7. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265) Text Clues Conclusions Henry says, "Our If the fighting new country was at spreads to Boston, war, . . ." citizens may suffer from more losses. They may also be in danger for their lives.
  • 8. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265)Comprehension CheckReread the story Sleds on Boston Commonand summarize. Use the information in yourcharts to organize the summary. Use loose-leaf paper and write neatly. Work will begraded.
  • 9. Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265) Reading Homework Answer questions 1-5 on page 283. Write the questions andanswer using complete sentences. Use your notebook.
  • 10. Math - Chapter Study Guide (page 142)Do Now:Review vocabulary from the chapter:• compatible numbers• dividend• divisor• fact family• quotient• remainder
  • 11. Math - Chapter Study Guide (page 142)Skills and ApplicationsDivide whole numbers and decimals(pages 104-113, 124-133)Divide - # 5 - 8Divide until there is no remainder - #15 - 20Divide. Round to the nearest tenth - #21-22
  • 12. Math - Chapter Study Guide (page 142) Math Homework Study for exam
  • 13. 1. minus 11. vacant2. loser 12. punish3. humor 13. cavern4. closet 14. shiver5. recent 15. decent6. student 16. linen7. equal 17. legal8. profile 18. panic9. local 19. smoky10. comet 20. tyrant
  • 14. Spelling - Review and ProofreadCircle the misspelled words in this paragraph. Write the wordscorrectly on the lines below. Colin felt that General Gage was a desent man, and not a tierant like King George. General Gage understood that a studdent like Colin enjoyed sledding on a locall hill during recess. General Gage didnt even punnish Colin for being so bold as to ask him to remove the tents from the hill. Even though the cold wind made Colin shivver, he was happy that General Gage had made it possible to go sledding.
  • 15. Spelling - Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityThink about something that you like to do. Has thereever been a time when you couldnt do it and you had toask someones permission to help you? Write aboutwhat happened, or what you thing might happen, in thissituation. Use four spelling words and highlight or circlethem.Write neatly using loose-leaf (lined) paper. Work will begraded.
  • 16. Spelling - Review and Proofread Spelling HomeworkStudy for test tomorrow.
  • 17. Language - Irregular Verbs (page 188)RulesAn irregular verb is a verb that does not add ­d or ­ed to form the past or the past participle.Present Tense: Anna and Ethan begin their debate today.Past Tense: Tod and Donna began their debate yesterday.Past Participle: Kendra and Kyle have begun their debate already.
  • 18. Language - Irregular Verbs (page 188)
  • 19. Language - Irregular Verbs (page 188)
  • 20. Language - Irregular Verbs (page 188)Language Arts Homework Practice book, Page 43
  • 21. Religion Quiz – Chapter 8Multiple Choice1. Confirmation deepens the gift of grace we first received at .A. MassB. Baptism Baptism BaptismC. Eucharist2. To is to apply oil to someone as a sign that God has chosen that person for a special mission. anointA. anoint anointB. blessC. pray3. A sponsor is a Catholic who helps prepare a for Confirmation.A. godparentB. celebrant candidateC. candidate candidate4. There are Sacraments of Christian Initiation.A. twelve threeB. three threeC. sevenTrue or False5. The Holy Spirit came upon the first disciples at Pentecost. TRUE6. In Confirmation we become more like Christ and are strengthened to be his witnesses. TRUE7. Laying on of hands and anointing are signs of our sponsor‛s presence. FALSE8. During preparation for Confirmation, candidates learn about the Gift of the Holy Spirit. TRUE9. In Baptism we are freed from sin, become children of God, and are welcomed into the Church. TRUE10. In Baptism we choose a sponsor to help us to grow in faith. FALSE
  • 22. Homework Summary ­ Monday, December 19, 2011Reading1. Answer questions 1­5 on page 283.2. Write the questions and answer using complete sentences.3. Use your notebook.Math1. Study for testSpelling1. Study for test tomorrowLanguage1. Practice book, page 43
  • 23. KEY Score Payment 0­3: $10 debit7 4­5: $5 debit 6: $0 7: $2 credit 8: $3 credit 9: $4 credit 10: $10 credit
  • 24. Monday Monday Thursday Thursday TuesdayTuesday Friday Friday • Spelling test • Math test WednesdayWednesday Saturday  Saturday Sunday SundayNOTES Notes
  • 25. Class JobsTeachers Assistant - $15/pay periodTextbook Assistant - $10/pay periodBanker/Cashier - $20/$15Cell Box Carrier - $4/dayLiner Leader - $4/dayCaboose - $3/daySubstitute - $2/daySnacks Leader - $4/dayHomework - $3/checkReminder - $2/dayHonor Roll - $30Math Achievement - $25Language Achievement - $25Citizenship - $20Birthday - $15
  • 26. Attachments imgres