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12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
12.5.12 classwork   wednesday
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  • 1. Imagine that a mysterious nutcracker suddenly begins to whispera message to you. You look around the room, and no one elseseems to notice. Write about what the nutcracker is saying to you. Wednesday December 5, 2012 Bryan Donovan LeslieChristy Jose Ayanna Ixza Emily Samira Adrianette Jessica Philicia Alexis Michael Lilah Ricardo Remy Kathy Carlos Edward Kareena Diana Yamilee Jeffrey Alejandra Leon Jordan David Jaileen
  • 2. Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x8Times Table tentimes.
  • 3. Reading ­ The Right to Vote (p. 290)Talk About ItWhy should peoplevote? Why do you thinkit took women so longto win the vote in theUnited States? Picture Prompt ­ Look at the picture and respond in writing.
  • 4. Reading B ­ Because of Winn­DixieChapter Two exception: a person or thing that does not follow a rule.
  • 5. To submit is to give in to someones power.A representative is a person chosen tospeak for others.Qualify means to make or become fit for acertain kind of work.If you postpone something, you delay it.
  • 6. A legislature is a group of people electedto make or change laws.Something that is satisfactory is goodenough but not outstanding.An attorney acts for another person in legalmatters.A colonel is a rank of military officer.
  • 7. Reading ­ Your Vote Your Voice (p. 292)DictionaryA Dictionary entry includesinformation about pronunciationin parentheses near thedefinition.The word is separated into U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.syllables with symbols to show dictionary entryhow to sound it out. Forexample, colonel is pronounced(kurnl). To figure out the symbols,look for the pronunciation key inthe front of the dictionary.
  • 8. Facts OpinionsThe word"democracy" comes This is the best kind offrom the Greek, government to have.meaning "the peoplerule." People who are oldAll people who are enough to votecitizens have the right should not postponeto vote. or wait to sign up.The judges agreed to In this way, perhapslower the age limit you can make aand changed the difference.constitution. People who are old enough to voteYounger voters have might find they willthe worst turnout of need to submit toany age group. laws they dont agree with.
  • 9. Reading ­ When Esther Morris Headed West (p. 295)GenreA Biography tells the story of apersons life and is written byanother person.Fact and OpinionAs you read, use your Fact and Preview and PredictOpinion Chart. Read the title, preview the illustrations, and write questions and predictions about the story in your notebook.Read to Find OutWhat opinions does the authorgive about Esther Morris?
  • 10. Fact Opinion A woman Name: Esther should be able Mae Hobart to vote andMcQuigg Slack hold office, the Morris same as a man. In 1869 the Wyoming legislature voted to give Reckless women the Copperheads! right to vote and to hold office. "I feel that my work has been Mrs. Morriss satisfactory"term as justice and "Like all of the peace pioneers, I ended in have laboredOctober, 1870. more in faith and hope."
  • 11. Reading HomeworkUse your Fact and Opinion Chartto help you write a summary ofWhen Esther Morris HeadedWest. Opinions you have aboutevents in the selection should notappear in your summary.
  • 12. Math ­ Power Practice / Homework ReviewDO NOW:• Complete the Multiplication Record Sheet.• Go over homework.
  • 13. Math ­ Division Patterns (p. 175)Math in My WorldExample 1A monarch butterfly can fly 240miles in 3 days. Suppose it fliesthe same distance each day.How many miles can it fly eachday? Answer: The butterfly can fly 80 miles each day. ESSENTIAL QUESTION What strategies can be used to divide whole numbers?
  • 14. Math ­ Estimate Quotients (p. 183)Class WorkComplete pages 183 and184. ESSENTIAL QUESTION What strategies can be used to divide whole numbers?
  • 15. Math ­ Hands On ­ Division Models with GreaterNumbers (p. 189)Build ItAt the fair, you need ticketsto ride the rides. Threefriends share 336 ticketsequally. How many ticketswill each friend receive? ESSENTIAL QUESTION What strategies can be used to divide whole numbers?
  • 16. Math ­ Hands On ­ Division Models with GreaterNumbers (p. 189)Practice ItUse models to find eachquotient on page 191.Draw the equal groups. ESSENTIAL QUESTION What strategies can be used to divide whole numbers?
  • 17. Math Homework"Apply It", exercises 6­10 on page 192
  • 18. Spelling ­ Pretest 1. dozen 11. reserve 2. beside 12. embrace 3. motion 13. coastal 4. appoint 14. python 5. season 15. govern 6. phony 16. scorching 7. observe 17. flurry 8. active 18. canvas 9. restore 19. copper 10. expert 20. cocoon
  • 19. Spelling ­ Class Work • Complete Spelling Practice Book, page 83. Homework • Spelling words, ten times each.
  • 20. Language Arts ­ Common Errors with Adjectives (p. 282)Class Work• Copy RULES• Complete Guided Practice on page 282­283• Writing Activity ­ A Paragraph Homework • Study for quiz.
  • 21. Language Arts ­ Pronouns (p. 340)Class Work• Copy RULES• Complete Guided Practice on page 340­341• Writing Activity ­ An Advertisement Homework • Extra Practice, page 406 #1­25
  • 22. Language Arts HomeworkWrite the sentence and circle the pronoun. Then write if thepronoun is singular or plural.1. Nancy asked Mady to go with her to the band concert.2. Nancys Uncle Henry said it would be a good concert.3. Uncle Henry had two tickets for them.4. He would be playing drums in the band.5. Nancy and Mady saw Uncle Henry and waved at him.
  • 23. Religion ­ We are a priestly, prophetic, and royal people(p. 60)Class Work• Answer the WE GATHER in your notebook.• Read pages 60­61.• Define the KEY WORDS.• Complete the WE RESPOND activity.• Write five (5) FACTS about this chapter. Homework 1. Who is the one high priest? 2. How can we be prophets?
  • 24. Social Studies ­ The Middle Colonies (p. 186)Class Work• Read pages 186­191• Define Vocabulary words• Write five facts about the chapter Homework 1. How did the English gain New Netherland? 2. Who was William Penn?
  • 25. Science ­ Properties of Matter (p. 434)Class Work• Read pages 438­445• Define Vocabulary words• Write five facts about the chapter• Complete questions 1­6 on page 445 Homework 1. How are elements arranged in the periodic table? 2. How are particles arranged in solids, liquids, and gases?
  • 26. Homework Summary for Wednesday December 5, 2012ReadingUse your Fact and Opinion Chart to help you write a summary of WhenEsther Morris Headed West. Opinions you have about events in theselection should not appear in your summary.Math"Apply It", exercises 6­10 on page 192SpellingWrite the spelling words ten times each.Language ArtsWrite the sentence and circle the pronoun. Then write if the pronoun is singular or plural.1. Nancy asked Mady to go with her to the band concert.2. Nancys Uncle Henry said it would be a good concert.3. Uncle Henry had two tickets for them.4. He would be playing drums in the band.5. Nancy and Mady saw Uncle Henry and waved at him.
  • 27. Range: Mode:Median: Mean:Reward10 Pizza Party8­9 Wheel of Fun7 BrainPOP6 Silent Reading4­5 Silent Snack2­3 Class Work1 No Snack
  • 28. Today is first day of school. Imagine that you have justanonymously received the perfect gift. Write about whatit is and how you will figure out who gave it to you. Wednesday September 5, 2012 Emily Ayanna Bryan Jaileen Christy Leslie Jose Edward Philicia Samira Ixza Ricardo Leon Jessica Alexis Michael David Donovan Jordan Kareena Lilah Yamilee Remy Kathy Alejandra Diana Carlos Jeffrey Adrianette
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