Explain what you would do if you found out your bestfriend lied to you about something. Draw a picture at theend of your writing. Tuesday February 28, 2012 Linder Adolfo Joshua Ryan Natalie Ramon David Eric Cameron Massire Angel Jose Ricardo Cincere Alan R Carlos Johnny Nyashia Mitzy Gia Elizabeth Andres Sualee Brianna Alan G Joey Matthew Christian Christopher Roxana Brian Emma Max
Morning WritingImagine that you couldbe a guest actor on anyTV show. What showwould you choose, andwhat would you like yourrole to be?Write neatly, skipping a line, and use looseleaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you arefinished. The work will be graded.
Daily WarmUp #10The2.13.12 Morning Reading June Bugs KoalaTake a handout from the binin the front of the classroom.Use your SMART Clickers toanswer the questions.Return the handout (withyour name written on it) andthe clicker once you arefinished.
Reading Lunch Counter Encounter (p. 394)HomophonesHomophones are wordsthat sound the same buthave different meaningsand spellings. Forexample, the word farehas a different meaningthan the word fair.
Reading Lunch Counter Encounter (p. 394)Story Structure Character SettingCharacter and SettingA Character and SettingChart can help you listimportant details aboutcharacters and settings. Thesetwo features are part of thestory structure. Use yourCharacter and setting Chartas you reread "Lunch CounterEncounter" to figure out thecharacters traits andinformation about where andwhen the story takes place.
Math Fractions (p. 206)Equivalent FractionsEquivalent fractions have the same value, even thoughthey may look different.These fractions are really the same: 1 2 4 2 4 8Why are they the same? Because when you multiply ordivide both the top and bottom by the same number,the fraction keeps its value.
Math Fractions (p. 206)The rule to remember is: What you do to the top of the fractionyou must also do to the bottom of the fraction! x2 x2 1 2 4 2 4 8 x2 x2
Math Fractions (p. 206)And visually it looks like this: 1 2 4 2 4 8
Math Fractions (p. 206)DividingHere are some more equivalent fractions, this time bydividing: ÷3 ÷6 18 6 1 36 12 2 ÷3 ÷6Divide the numerator and the denominator by acommon factor.
Math Fractions (p. 206)Equivalent FractionshandoutWrite your name and enterthe answer using theSMART clickers.
Spelling Words of the Week 1. slogan 11. global 2. woolen 12. bushel 3. listen 13. marvel 4. heron 14. barrel 5. frighten 15. practical 6. lengthen 16. pretzel 7. captain 17. fable 8. mountain 18. chuckle 9. sandal 19. angle 10. signal 20. nozzle
Spelling Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spellingpattern to which it belongs. Write the spelling words withthe / l/ spelled: e el al leWrite the spelling words with the / n/ spelled: e on an en ain
Spelling Word Sorts Spelling HomeworkABC Order, five times each