Writing Journal: Pretend that one evening your aunt and uncle give you      a baby polar bear as a gift! Do you think it w...
Divide• Page 120 #4-12Divide (until there is no remainder)• Page 138 #1-4• Page 141 #1-4
Reading - Black Cowboy Wild Horses (page 232)Do NowAnalogiesReread the secondparagraph on page 245. Theauthor says, "If th...
Reading - Black Cowboy Wild Horses (page 232)Comprehension Check (page 251)Think and Compare - Write the questions. Answer...
Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124)           Put the decimal            point right above Do Now the other...
Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124)Practice ­ Page 126 #11­26Divide. Round each quotient to the nearest hun...
Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124)          Math Homework       Textbook, page 126.        Exercises 19-42.
1. dentist     11. culture2. jogger      12. goggles3. fifteen     13. summon4. flatter     14. champion5. mutter      15....
Spelling - Review and ProofreadCircle each incorrectly spelled word in this diary entry. Writethe words correctly in your ...
Spelling - Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityWrite a letter to Bob or another cowboy orcowgirl. Use four words from the ...
Spelling - Review and Proofread     Spelling HomeworkVocabulary Word Map handout
Homework Summary ­ Thursday, December 8, 2011Math1. Textbook, page 126. Exercises 19­42.Spelling1. Vocabulary Word Map (if...
KEYScore    Payment  0­3:   $10 debit  4­5:   $5 debit    6:   $0    7:   $2 credit    8:   $3 credit    9:   $4 credit   ...
Monday Monday             Thursday                  Thursday • Reading quiz     • Social Studies project due  TuesdayTuesd...
Class JobsTeachers Assistant -      $15/pay periodTextbook Assistant -       $10/pay periodBanker/Cashier -           $20/...
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12.8.11 classwork thursday

  1. 1. Writing Journal: Pretend that one evening your aunt and uncle give you  a baby polar bear as a gift! Do you think it will make a good pet? Explain  why or why not. Illustrate your drawing; use crayons. 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. 2. Divide• Page 120 #4-12Divide (until there is no remainder)• Page 138 #1-4• Page 141 #1-4
  3. 3. Reading - Black Cowboy Wild Horses (page 232)Do NowAnalogiesReread the secondparagraph on page 245. Theauthor says, "If the horseshad been going faster, ..."These two words (slowly andfaster) are antonyms, orwords with oppositemeanings. Use an antonym to complete the following analogy:slow is to fast as feebly is to  strongly .
  4. 4. Reading - Black Cowboy Wild Horses (page 232)Comprehension Check (page 251)Think and Compare - Write the questions. Answer using complete sentences.1. Warrior rears once at the beginning of the story and once at the end. What doyou think Warrior is telling Bob?2. Reread page 235 of Black Cowboy, Wild Horses. Make a list of descriptivewords and phrases that the author uses to describe the vastness of the plains.Why do you think the author begins the story by using imagery?3. Would you want to ride with the wild mustangs? Explain why or why not.4. Bob says that everything in nature has a right to protect itself. Do you agree ordisagree with this opinion? Explain your answer.5. Reread "The Life of a Cowboy" on pages 230-231. How was Bob Lemmons lifesimilar to the life described in the article? How was it different? Give specificexamples using both selections.
  5. 5. Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124) Put the decimal  point right above Do Now the other one.Go overTuesdayshomework. Divide as normal. Page 141 #1-4 Pretend the decimal  is not there!
  6. 6. Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124)Practice ­ Page 126 #11­26Divide. Round each quotient to the nearest hundredth ifnecessary.
  7. 7. Math - Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (page 124) Math Homework Textbook, page 126. Exercises 19-42.
  8. 8. 1. dentist 11. culture2. jogger 12. goggles3. fifteen 13. summon4. flatter 14. champion5. mutter 15. kennel6. mustang 16. valley7. absent 17. fragment8. hollow 18. gallop9. empire 19. vulture10. blizzard 20. pigment
  9. 9. Spelling - Review and ProofreadCircle each incorrectly spelled word in this diary entry. Writethe words correctly in your notebook. I like to read about the old West. There are great stories about the cullture of the ranchers and cowboys. I like to imagine what it would be like to galop away on a mustang. Cowboys and cowgirls faced danger often. They could be lost in a valey or caught in a blizzerd. Even in a safe place, they could be hurt by a fragmment of stone thrown from a horses hoof. The wide and empty range must have felt like the cowboys emmpire.
  10. 10. Spelling - Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityWrite a letter to Bob or another cowboy orcowgirl. Use four words from the spelling list.Circle the spelling words.Use loose leaf (lined) paper. Hand in afteryou are finished.
  11. 11. Spelling - Review and Proofread Spelling HomeworkVocabulary Word Map handout
  12. 12. Homework Summary ­ Thursday, December 8, 2011Math1. Textbook, page 126. Exercises 19­42.Spelling1. Vocabulary Word Map (if you did not finish in class)2. Study for test on Monday
  13. 13. KEYScore Payment 0­3: $10 debit 4­5: $5 debit 6: $0 7: $2 credit 8: $3 credit 9: $4 credit 10: $10 credit
  14. 14. Monday Monday Thursday Thursday • Reading quiz • Social Studies project due TuesdayTuesday Friday Friday• Language quiz No School WednesdayWednesday Saturday  Saturday • Math quiz Sunday SundayNOTES Notes
  15. 15. 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
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