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    • Explain what "The early bird catches the worm" means toyou. Carlos Wednesday March 28, 2012 Ryan Linder Ramon Christopher Andres Cincere Jose Cameron Adolfo Angel David Alan R Alan G Brian Emma Brianna Max Gia Matthew Natalie Joshua Joey Elizabeth Ricardo Roxana Mitzy Nyashia Sualee Johnny Massire Christian
    • Morning Writing 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June Bugs On March 28, 1881, the Barnum and Bailey Circus was formed to create the "Greatest Show on Earth." How do you feel about people using wild animals for entertainment? Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
    • Reading ­ Hurricanes (p. 465)GenreInformationalNonfiction Presentsfacts about realpeople, things,places, or events.Read to Find OutHow does a tropical storm become a category 5hurricane?
    • Reading ­ Hurricanes (p. 465)equator: an imaginary line around Earthhalfway between the North Pole and theSouth Polecoastal: characterized by being near oralong the coastinland: away from the coast or bordertropical: relating to or found in a warmregion near the equator
    • Reading ­ Hurricanes (p. 465) Signal Words Descriptive Facts strong winds, heavy rains, storm surges, Hurricanes bring flooding, sometimes tornadoes Atmosphere gathers heat through contact First with ocean waters above 80 F. Evaporating moisture from warm waters Next enters atmosphere, begins to power infant hurricanes.
    • Reading ­ Hurricanes (p. 465) Reading Homework1. Use the Vocabulary Words (including todays words) in a sentence.2. Use your notebook.
    • Math ­ Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators (p. 252) like denominators denominators that are the sameHow to Add (or Subtract) Fractions withLike Denominators: Step 1 Add (or subtract) the numerators. Use the like denominators. Step 2 Simplify.
    • Math ­ Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators (p. 252)How to Add (or Subtract) MixedNumbers with Like Denominators:Step 1Add (or subtract) thenumerators. Use the likedenominators.Step 2Add (or subtract) the wholenumbers.
    • Math ­ Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators (p. 252) Practice Add or subtract. Write your answer in simplest form. Exercise 5 ­ 26 on page 254 Spiral Review Exercise 53 ­ 56 on page 255
    • Math ­ Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators (p. 252) Math Homework Practice Book, page 53 subtraction problems
    • Spelling ­ Extreme Weather
    • Spelling ­ Extreme Weather1. rancher 11. pasture2. searcher 12. creature3. pressure 13. lecture4. future 14. gesture5. butcher 15. nature6. measure 16. fracture7. pleasure 17. moisture8. mixture 18. stretcher9. treasure 19. legislature10. feature 20. azure
    • Spelling ­ Word Meanings stretcher legislature gesture butcher pasture lecture fracture searcher creature rancher nature pressure feature moisture treasure mixture measure azure pleasure future
    • Spelling ­ Word Meanings Spelling Homework Word Map handout
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356)RulesA contraction is a shortenedform of two words.Subject pronouns can be combinedwith some verbs to form contractions.Use an apostrophe () to show that aletter or letters have been left out ofa contraction. They are = theyre it is = its
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356) 1. All members share the books they are reading. theyre 2. It is always fun to discuss mysteries. its 3. Jarod said he is reading a new adventure novel. hes 4. She is almost finished reading her book. shes 5. You are welcome to come and talk about books. youre hes its shes Im theyre were youre youre
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356)Class WorkExercise 6 ­ 20 on page 357Writing Activity ­ A Book ReviewCompare two books you have read.Organize your report so that the similaritiesand differences between the two books areclear.APPLY GRAMMAR: Underline pronoun­verbcontractions. Circle possessive pronouns.
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356) 6. It is easy to come up with ideas for the book group. its 7. All the students said they are willing to help write a book log. theyre 8. I am making a system to rate the books. Im 9. You are invited to use the log. youre 10. We are excited about discovering books in this were way. hes its shes Im theyre were youre
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356) its 11. __________ fun to be part of the book group. 12. The members love __________ ideas. 13. Jason said that ___________ report was excellent. 14. _____________ going to enjoy this book. 15. I especially liked ____________ illustrations. hes its shes Im theyre were youre
    • Language Arts ­ Mechanics and Usage Contractions: Pronoun and Verb (p. 356)C. Write each sentence by choosing the correct a pluraland a possessive, or two conjunctions.16. Wendell and Tara shared (their, theyre) opinions abouta book.17. We all like to read about space travel (and, but)astronomy.18. The (members, members) reading included fiction.19. The (childrens, children) favorite author is IsaacAsimov.20. Reading takes time, but (its, its) worth it!
    • Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 358) Review the Rules Subject pronouns and verbs must agree. Add ­s to most verbs when you use pronouns he, she, and it. Do not add ­s to a verb when you use the pronouns I, we, you, and they. Combine two sentences that have pronouns to form compound subjects and objects. A possessive pronoun shows who or what owns something. An apostrophe takes the place of the letter or letters that have been left out of contraction. Possessive pronouns never have an apostrophe.
    • Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 358)A. Write each sentence. Use the correct form of the verb in parentheses. Draw two lines under any compound subject pronoun.1. She and I (study, studies) the structure of bridges.2. The teacher (want, wants) us to build a span acrosstwo objects.3. We (work, works) in small groups.4. We (uses, use) many different materials to make abridge.5. Brian (use, uses) sticks as he builds.
    • Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 358)A. Write each sentence. Use the correct form of the verb in parentheses. Draw two lines under any compound subject pronoun.6. Julie (give, gives) him advice.7. He and she (want, wants) to build a bridge together.8. You and I (get, gets) ideas from library books.9. I (find, finds) pictures of old bridges.10. That group always (review, reviews) the material.
    • Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 358)B. Write each sentence. Choose the correct possessive pronoun or contraction from the pair in parenthesis..11. That group has many ideas for (theyre, their) design.12. Jamal and Madison want to use (your, youre) idea.13. (Its, Its) difficult to build a long span.14. I saw (your, youre) ideas in the notebook.15. Some group members use glue to fasten (theyre, their bridge.
    • Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 358) Language Arts Homework1. Exercise 21 ­ 22 (page 359)2. Writing Activity (page 359)3. Write questions in yournotebook.
    • Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, March 28, 2012Reading1. Use Vocabulary Words in a sentence.Math1. Practice book, page 53 (subtraction only!)Spelling1. Word Map handout.Language Arts1. Exercise 21­25 (page 359)2. Writing Activity ­ A Photo Essay (page 359)3. Use your notebook
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