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  • 1. February is Library Lovers Month. Write atop ten list of reasons to love the library. Wednesday February 15, 2012 Linder Ryan Eric Gia JoseDavid Cameron Ramon Johnny Emma Cincere Massire Alan G Alan R Ricardo Andres Christian Max Natalie Brian Angel Brianna Matthew Adolfo Christopher Joshua Elizabeth Carlos Sualee Nyashia Joey Mitzy Roxana
  • 2. Daily Warm­Up #3 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsLlamasTake 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 ­ Zathura (p. 361)GenreScience Fiction tells astory of imaginedevents usually set inthe future and basedon science ortechnology.Draw ConclusionsAs you read, use your Conclusions Diagram.
  • 4. Reading ­ Zathura (p. 361) Reading Homework Use the Vocabulary Words in a sentence. Use your notebook.
  • 5. 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.
  • 6. 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.Class WorkExercises 6­35 (page 201)
  • 7. Math ­ Divisibility (p. 200) Math Homework Textbook page 239, Exercises 1­10
  • 8. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272)RULESUse more or most to comparewith most adjectives that havetwo or more syllables.Use more to compare two nounsor pronouns. Use most to comparethree or more people, places,things, and ideas.
  • 9. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272) The San Diego Zoo is more colorful than the London Zoo. Is the San Diego Zoo the most colorful zoo in the world?When you use more or most, do not use the ­er­ or ­est­form of an adjective.
  • 10. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272)Incorrect: The Bronx Zoo is more bigger than the Central Park Zoo.Correct: The Bronx Zoo is bigger than the Central Park Zoo.Incorrect: This is most splendidest zoo Ive ever seen.Correct: This the most splendid zoo Ive ever seen.
  • 11. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272)Guided PracticeChoose the correct form of the adjective in parentheses.1. It is (more harder, harder) to fly to Taos than to Houston.2. Flights are (more numerous, numerouser) on Fridays.3. El Paso is the (more unusual, most unusual) city of all.4. This city is (closer, more closer) to Mexico than to Dallas.5. The (most splendid, more splendid) Mayan art of all is in Mexico.
  • 12. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272)Guided PracticeChoose the correct form of the adjective in parentheses.1. It is (more harder, harder) to fly to Taos than to Houston.2. Flights are (more numerous, numerouser) on Fridays.3. El Paso is the (more unusual, most unusual) city of all.4. This city is (closer, more closer) to Mexico than to Dallas.5. The (most splendid, more splendid) Mayan art of all is in Mexico.
  • 13. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272)More PracticeExercises 6­20 on page 273
  • 14. Language Arts ­ Comparing with More andMost (p. 272) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 57
  • 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 Definitions1. Danny used scissors to cut a hole in the board.2. At the end of the story, Walter was as sweet as sugarwith his little brother.3. The meteor made a huge crater in the ground outsidethe house.4. Danny thought that he had made an error in thegame.5. Walter hoped that the meteor wouldnt shatter thetelevision.
  • 18. Spelling ­ Word Definitions1. Danny used scissors to cut a hole in the board.2. At the end of the story, Walter was as sweet as sugarwith his little brother.3. The meteor made a huge crater in the ground outsidethe house.4. Danny thought that he had made an error in thegame.5. Walter hoped that the meteor wouldnt shatter thetelevision.
  • 19. Spelling ­ Word Definitions6. The ships commander pointed a laser at the Budwinghouse.7. Danny often wished that Walter would be gentler whenhe teased him.8. A flying saucer hovered several feet from the window.9. With his helmet and boots, the robot looked a little like asoldier.10. The spaceship knocked out a pillar in the living room.
  • 20. Spelling ­ Word Definitions6. the ships commander pointed a laser at the Budwinghouse.7. Danny often wished that Walter would be gentler whenhe teased him.8. A flying saucer hovered several feet from the window.9. With his helmet and boots, the robot looked a little likea soldier.10. The spaceship knocked out a pillar in the living room.
  • 21. Spelling ­ Word Definitions11. line around the middle of Earth ­ equator12. gas ­ vapor13. hard work ­ labor14. person in charge of a project ­ director15. advanced student ­ scholar16. traveling salesperson ­ peddler
  • 22. Spelling ­ Word Definitions11. line around the middle of Earth ­ equator12. gas ­ vapor13. hard work ­ labor14. person in charge of a project ­ director15. advanced student ­ scholar16. traveling salesperson ­ peddler
  • 23. Spelling ­ Word Definitions Spelling Homework Use each spelling word in a sentence. Use your notebook.Do not begin a sentence with the word "I".
  • 24. Religion ­ During the Liturgy of the Eucharist, we pray the great prayerof thanksgiving and receive the Body and Blood of Christ (p. 136) Lord Jesus, we worship you.Class WorkRead pages 136 and 137.Write the Key Words definition inyour notebook.Identify four ways you can serveGod this week. Use completesentences.
  • 25. Religion ­ During the Liturgy of the Eucharist, we pray the great prayerof thanksgiving and receive the Body and Blood of Christ (p. 136) Religion Homework 1. What are the three parts of the Liturgy of the Eucharist? 2. How do we share the Eucharist with others?Answer using complete sentences. Use your notebook
  • 26. Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, February 15, 2012Reading1. Use the Vocabulary Words in a sentence.Use your notebook.Math1. Textbook page 239, Exercises 1­10.Language Arts1. Practice book, page 57.Religion1. What are the three parts of the Liturgy of the Eucharist?2. How do we share the Eucharist with others?Answer using complete sentences. Use your notebook.Spelling1. Use each spelling word in a sentence. Use your notebook.Do not begin a sentence with the word "I".
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