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2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
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2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
2.14.12 classwork   tuesday
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  • 1. Today is Valentines Day. Imagine that you have justanonymously received the perfect gift. Write about whatit is and how you will figure out who gave it to you. Tuesday Ramon Eric February 14, 2012 Cameron David Linder Adolfo Joey Emma Alan G Cincere Gia Jose Massire Brian Andres Max Alan R Matthew Angel Natalie Joshua Brianna Ryan Christian Christopher ElizabethRicardo Nyashia Sualee Carlos Johnny Roxana Mitzy
  • 2. Daily Warm­Up 2 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsThe ArmadilloTake a handout from the binin the front of the classroom.Use you SMART Clickers toanswer the questions.Return the handout (withyour name written on it) andthe clicker once you arefinished.
  • 3. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think(p. 358)AnalogiesAnalogies comparetwo pairs of words.Sometimes analogiesuse synonyms, wordsthat have similarmeanings. Forexample broken is todefective as tidy is toneat.
  • 4. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think(p. 358)Analogies: Synonyms staggered is to swayed as marched is to paraded or excitement is to boredom?
  • 5. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think(p. 358)Make Inferences and AnalyzeDraw ConclusionsMaking inferences about what happens in a story willhelp you draw conclusions about characters and eventsand come to a new understanding of the story.Use your Conclusions Diagram as you reread the selectionto help you make inferences and draw conclusions.
  • 6. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think(p. 358)Evidence Conclusion
  • 7. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think(p. 358) Reading Homework Practice book, page 104
  • 8. Math ­ Divisibility (p. 200)LearnThe 82 members of thesinging group stand inrows as they perform.Can the singers standin 3 equal rows?Math WorddivisibleA whole number is divisible by another number whenthe first is divided by the second and the remainder is 0.
  • 9. Math ­ Divisibility (p. 200)A whole number is divisible by if the number is divisible by2 if the last digit is 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. 6 both 2 and 3. if the sum of its digits is if the sum of the digits is3 9 divisible by 3. divisible by 9.5 if the last digit is 5 or 0. 10 if the last digit is 0.
  • 10. Math ­ Divisibility (p. 200) Math Homework Practice book, page 41
  • 11. Language Arts ­ Comparative andSuperlative Adjectives (p. 270)RULESComparative adjectives comparetwo nouns or pronouns. Add ­er tomost adjectives to compare twopeople, places, things or ideas. Sugar is sweeter than honey.
  • 12. Language Arts ­ Comparative andSuperlative Adjectives (p. 270)RULESSuperlative adjectivescompare more than two nounsor pronouns. Add ­est to mostadjectives to compare morethan two people, places, thingsor ideas. That is the sweetest cake of the three cakes on the table.
  • 13. Language Arts ­ Comparative andSuperlative Adjectives (p. 270)Guided PracticeName the correct adjective that compares.Example: Split pea soup is (thicker, thickest) than chickensoup.1. Salsa is (hotter, hottest) than ketchup.2. Blueberry cheesecake is (sweeter, sweetest) thanpumpkin pie.3. Lemon meringue pie is the (sweeter, sweetest) of all.4. Steaks are often (tougher, toughest) than lamb chops.5. Fudge may be the (chewier, chewiest) candy.
  • 14. Language Arts ­ Comparative andSuperlative Adjectives (p. 270) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 56
  • 15. Spelling ­ Words of the Week
  • 16. Spelling ­ Words of the Week1. sugar 11. crater2. gentler 12. pillar3. scissors 13. splendor4. founder 14. peddler5. director 15. professor6. scholar 16. shatter7. saucer 17. governor8. labor 18. vapor9. commander 19. equator10. error 20. soldier
  • 17. Spelling ­ Word Sorts director What do they have in common? / r/ e scholar saucer
  • 18. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound andspelling pattern to which it belows. Write the spellingwords with the / r/ spelled: e
  • 19. Religion ­ During the Liturgy of the Word, we listen andrespond to the Word of God (p. 134) Loving God, you have the words of everlasting life.We GatherWhat are some stories that tell ofevents that are important to you andyour family?
  • 20. Religion ­ During the Liturgy of the Word, we listen andrespond to the Word of God (p. 134)Class WorkRead pages 134 and 135.Write the Key Word Liturgy of the Worddefinition in your notebook.Complete the WE RESPOND activity inyour textbook.
  • 21. Religion ­ During the Liturgy of the Word, we listen andrespond to the Word of God (p. 134) Religion Homework 1. What happens during the Liturgy of the Word?2. Whom does the entire assembly pray for?Answer using complete sentences. Use your notebook
  • 22. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, February 14, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 104Math1. Practice book, page 41Language Arts1. Practice book, page 56Religion1. What happens during the Liturgy of the Word?2. Whom does the entire assembly pray for?3. Use your notebook
  • 23. Range: Mode:5 Median: Mean:
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