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Pretend that you can travel back in time and changeone thing in your life. What would you change and why?Draw a picture. Angel Thursday Adolfo March 8, 2012 Ryan Alan G Linder Natalie Andres David Jose Brianna Gia Joshua Ramon Joey Cincere Emma Christopher Alan R Elizabeth Christian Matthew Brian Mitzy Carlos Cameron Sualee Nyashia Roxana Johnny Massire Ricardo Max
Morning WritingThe game Monopoly wasinvented on this day in1933. Imagine that theParker Brothers Companyhas asked you to design anew version of the game.Describe what you wouldchange.Write neatly, skipping a line, and use looseleaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you arefinished. The work will be graded.
Daily WarmUp #16The2.13.12 Morning Reading June Bugs Sea AnemoneTake 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 Carlos and the Skunk (p. 424)GenreRealistic Fiction tells aninvented story that couldhave happened in real life.Authors PurposeAs you read, use yourAuthors Purpose Chart.Read to Find OutWhat is the authors purposefor writing a story aboutCarlos?
Reading Carlos and the Skunk (p. 424) Clues Authors Purpose Details of the valley and houses where Carlos and inform Gloria live. Carlos is boasting and entertain showing off. Funny story about a boy entertain trying to impress a girl
Reading Carlos and the Skunk (p. 424) Reading Homework Use the Vocabulary Words in a sentence.
Math Compare and Order Fractions (p. 220)Step 1Rewrite the fractions usingthe LCDStep 2Compare and order thefractions by looking at thenumerator Which one is shortest?
Math Compare and Order Fractions (p. 220)Try ItOrder from least to greatestExercise 1 5 on page 220PracticeExercise 6 30
Math Compare and Order Fractions (p. 220) Math Homework Practice book, page 48
Spelling Words for the Week 1. grownup 11. flawless 2. power 12. coward 3. shower 13. lawyer 4. bestow 14. applause 5. August 15. arousing 6. allow 16. faucet 7. encounter 17. trousers 8. grouchy 18. caution 9. rowdy 19. boundary 10. laundry 20. doubting
Spelling Word SortsDetermine which syllable is stressed in each of the spelling words.Then sort the words into the correct columns below.First syllable is stressed Second syllable is stressed1. 12. 1.2. 13. 2.3. 14. 3.4. 15. 4.5. 188.8.131.52.9.10.11.
Spelling Word Meaningsgive, hand, over, bestowcheers, clapping, applausepants, slacks, trousersperfect, faultless, flawlesspermit, let, allow
Spelling Word MeaningsWrite the spelling word that can replace the boldfaced word orwords in each sentence. 1. Carlos skunktrapping idea was nearly perfect. 2. Five minutes of clapping followed the concert. 3. I dont know why he was in a bad mood yesterday. 4. Do you think Gloria will permit me to see her again? 5. She held a cup under the kitchen tap to get some water.
Spelling Word MeaningsWrite the spelling word that can replace the boldfaced word orwords in each sentence.6. The skunk walked along the border of their property.7. Carlos, theres a huge pile of dirty clothes in the corner!8. I always use care when going near wild animals.9. Carlos had trouble getting the smell out of his pants.10. Why is he acting like such a scared person?
Spelling Word MeaningsIt Takes ThreeWrite a spelling word that goes with the other two words. 11. adult, parent 12. soap, bath 13. teacher, doctor 14. September, December 15. give, donate
Spelling Word Meanings Spelling HomeworkUse the spelling words in a sentence.
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346)RULESA hyphen shows the divisionof a word at the end of aline. Always divide the wordbetween syllables. Paul has always been interested in study ing the history of his family
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346)RULESHyphens are sometimes usedto connect two or more wordsto form compound words. greatgrandmother merrygoround thirtyfive
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346)RULESA colon is used toseparate the hourand the minute inthe time of day. A colon is also used 3:15 after the greeting of a business letter. 7:45 A.M. Dear Mrs. Santos: 9:00 P.M. Dear Sir or Madam:
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346)Guided PracticeName the word in each sentence that has a hyphen ora colon.1. Mr. Cellini wrote a letter to the president about coming to America.2. The letter explained that he had traveled with twentyfive friends and relatives.3. They first saw the shores of the United States at 8:00 inthe morning.4. The immigrants cheered wildly as they slowly approached the Statue of Liberty.
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346) Guided Practice (contd)Name the word in each sentence that has a hyphen or acolon.5. His greataunt cried for joy as the ship neared theharbor.More PracticeExercise 6 20 on page 347Writing ActivityPage 347 (bottom of page)
Language Arts Colons and Hyphens (p. 346) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 69
Religion Catholics have a rich tradition of special practices and popular devotions. (p. 150)"Almighty God, our faith in you continues to grow"Class Work• Read pages 150151• Work with your shoulder partner.Make a list of the ways the wordpopular is used.• Complete the We Respond on p. 149 HomeworkAnswer the questions in your notebook:• What are some popular devotions and practices of theChurch?• Why are these popular devotions an important part ofthe Church?
Religion Catholics have a rich tradition of special practices and popular devotions. (p. 150)"Almighty God, our faith in you continues to grow" monstrance a receptacle in which the consecrated Host is exposed for adoration
Social Studies The New England Colonies (p. 178)Class Work• Read pages 178184• Vocabulary definition• Copy Summary on p. 184 THE GREAT PURITAN MIGRATION Between 1630 and 1643, more than 20,000 Puritans left Europe to settle in New England.
Homework Summary Thursday, March 8, 2012Reading1. Use Vocabulary Words in a sentence.Math1. Practice book, page 48Language1. Practice book, page 69Spelling1. Use Spelling Words in a sentence.ReligionWrite both questions in your notebook.Answer using complete sentences.1. What are some popular devotions and practices of the Church?2. Why are these popular devotions an important part of the Church?