2.7.12 classwork tuesday

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2.7.12 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. Writing Journal: Imagine that a pioneer girl arrives at your school in a time machine. Name three things that you think would surprise her. Explain. Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Cincere Ricardo Ramon Natalie Alan Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Linder Brian Christian Christopher Angel Matthew Ryan Sualee Alan
  2. 2. Writing ActivityLaura Ingalls Wilder was bornon February 7, 1867. She wrotemany books about growing upas a young pioneer. Imaginethat you have no electricity orrunning water. Write about aday in your life without theseluxuries. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use your notebook. Draw an image as well.
  3. 3. Writing Activity
  4. 4. Reading ­ My Great­Grandmothers Gourd(p. 331)DefinitionBaobab tree[bey­oh­bab]A short tree with anenormously thick trunkand large edible fruit.
  5. 5. Reading ­ My Great­Grandmothers Gourd(p. 331) New Ways Old Ways Similarities
  6. 6. Reading ­ My Great­Grandmothers Gourd(p. 331) Reading Homework Write a descriptive paragraphabout one of your own family or cultural tradition.
  7. 7. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178)populationan entire group or set aboutwhich information is wantedsamplethe part of a population that isused in a survey to represent thewhole populationrepresentative samplea sample that represents the entire population
  8. 8. Math ­ 5 Minute Review
  9. 9. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178)biased samplea sample that does notrepresent the entirepopulationrandom samplea sample where each memberin the population has an equalchance of being chosen
  10. 10. Math ­ Samplilng (p. 178)
  11. 11. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178)
  12. 12. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178) Try It Exercise 1­4 on page 179. Write the questions.
  13. 13. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178)
  14. 14. Math ­ Sampling (p. 178) Math Homework Practice book, page 40
  15. 15. Language Arts ­ Proper Adjectives (p. 266)RULESA proper adjective isformed from a propernoun. A proper nounnames a certain person,place, thing, or idea. We listened to Hawaiian songs.
  16. 16. Language Arts ­ Proper Adjectives (p. 266)
  17. 17. Language Arts ­ Proper Adjectives (p. 266)Guided PracticeName the proper adjectives. There may be more thanon in each sentence.1. Cuban music has an interesting sound.2. Spanish melodies are often used in Mexican music.3. African rhythms can also be heard in someCaribbean songs.4. You might even hear a French melody.5. Many cultures have influenced Latin American music.
  18. 18. Language Arts ­ Proper Adjectives (p. 266) More Practice Exercise 6­20, page 267
  19. 19. Language Arts ­ Proper Adjectives (p. 266)Language Homework Practice book, page 54
  20. 20. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, February 7, 2012Reading1. Write a descriptive paragraph about one of your ownfamily or cultural tradition.2. Use your notebook.Math1. Practice book, page 40Language Arts1. Practice book, page 54
  21. 21. KEY Score Payment 0­3: $10 debit9 4­5: $5 debit 6: $0 7: $2 credit 8: $3 credit 9: $4 credit 10: $10 credit Range: Mode: Median: Mean:
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