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3.19.13 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. If you could remake your favorite movie, which onewould you choose and what would you change? Tuesday Remy March 19, 2013 Bryan Emily Leslie Ricardo Michael AdrianetteSamira Christy Jaileen AyannaLeon Alexis Jessica Ixza Donovan KathyJordan Kareena Lilah AlejandraYamilee Diana Philicia EdwardJeffrey Carlos David
  2. 2. Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x5Times Table tentimes.
  3. 3. ReadingAim: North Pole SouthPole (p. 514)Talk About It: Whatimages come to mindwhen you think aboutthe North and South Pole? Why would it beexciting to explore these places?Picture Prompt: Look at the picture andrespond in writing. Write two paragraphs (3­5sentences each).
  4. 4. Frigid weather is very cold.If you triumph over someone, you arevictorious or successful.Dismantled means "taken apart."If a place is uninhabited, no one lives there.
  5. 5. Labor is work.Something that is treacherous is full ofdanger.An expedition is a trip for exploring orstudying.If you abandon something, you give it up orleave it forever.
  6. 6. ReadingAim: Ice and More Ice(p. 516)By breaking down anunfamiliar word into parts, such as the Root,the Prefix, at the beginning of the word andthe Suffix, at the end of the word you canfigure out its definition.For example, uninhabited (un­inhabited)means "not lived in."
  7. 7. Problem Explorers of the Arctic face many problems due to the regionss harsh climate. Attempt Outcome Pearys expedition When Henson moved in slipped into apacks to avoid lead, Ootahlanes of water rescued him. called "leads." Attempt Outcome Pearys team One member slept in groups saved the in case leads team when an opened up at ice island night. formed. Attempt OutcomeThey built igloos Sometimes the to protect wind would themselves dismantle thefrom the harsh igloos. wind. Solution By working as a team, Peary and Henson finally made it to the North Pole.
  8. 8. ReadingAim: Spirit of Endurance(p. 518)Nonfiction givesinformation and factsabout real people,places, events, andsituations.A Problem and Solution Map helps you askquestions to figure out problems and solutionsin a selection.
  9. 9. hack: to cut or chop unevenly with heavyblows from a tool, such as an ax.glacier: a large mass of ice that movesslowly over land.blubber: a layer of fat under the skin ofwhales and certain other sea animals. It canbe used as a source of oil that is burned inlamps.
  10. 10. abandoned  dismantled      expedition frigid labor  treacherous  triumph uninhabited1. When rowing became too difficult, we _______ our plan  to sail up the river.2. After the child finished the puzzle, he _______ it.3. Lewis and Clark led the _______ west.4. The _______ temperature made it too cold to go out.5. The _______ we did was worth it when we saw the  finished garden.6. The rain made driving conditions _______.7. The team felt a sense of _______ when they won eight  of their last ten games.8. Judging from the dust and spider webs, the house had  been _______ for a long time.
  11. 11. Problem Without a ship, the men must rescue themselves. Outcome Attempt The men give They attempt up and makecrossing the ice camp on anto reach Paulet ice floe, which Island. starts to melt. Outcome Attempt The men make Shackleton it to Elephantgives the order Island, but is to launch the deserted. They boats. still need to be rescued. Attempt Outcome Shackleton They land on and others the wrong side leave to find of the islandhelp on South and must hikeGeorgia Island. across it. Solution Shackleton reaches the whaling station and returns toElephant Island to take his crew home.
  12. 12. ReadingAim: The Bottom of theWorld (p. 536)Nonfiction Articles presentfacts about real people,living things, places,situations, or events.A Primary Source is information that comes fromthe time being studies. Journals and Letters aretwo types of primary sources. Journals providedaily records written by a person for his or herown use. Letters are a way for people to shareinformation with others through writing.
  13. 13. Continent refers to one of the seven mainland masses on the globe.Observations are remarks or notes youmake or write after you watch whathappens.When we say a volume of ice, we meanthe amount of space it takes up.
  14. 14. Antarctica North America AustraliaAsia EuropeAfricaSouth America
  15. 15. Reading HomeworkPractice Book, page 153Study for exam
  16. 16. MathAim: Divide Decimals (p. 455)Lesson:• Copy the "Math in My World"• example 1 on page 455 in• your notebook.• Guided Practice 1• Independent Practice 2­13• Problem Solving 14­18
  17. 17. Spelling 1. margin 11. damage 2. jolt 12. ranger 3. surge 13. jumble 4. plunge 14. luggage 5. jigsaw 15. baggage 6. legend 16. dodge 7. ridge 17. challenge 8. budge 18. journal 9. lodge 19. judgment 10. agent 20. knowledge
  18. 18. SpellingAim: Word MeaningsLesson:• Practice book, pages 132 and 133.Homework:• Study for exam tomorrow.
  19. 19. ReligionAim: Installation of PopeFrancis ILesson• Watch video of the Mass
  20. 20. Language ArtsAim: The eight parts ofspeechLesson:• List the eight parts of speech in your notebook.• Copy notes from the board in your notebook.Homework:• Grammar Practice book, page 1
  21. 21. Homework Summary for Tuesday March 19, 2013ReadingPractice book, page 153Study for testLanguage ArtsPractice book, page 1SpellingPractice book, pages 132­133Study for test
  22. 22. Attachments 1314158 Analogies TTT.notebook

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