April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month. Write a letterto the editor of your local newspaper expressing yourthoughts on animal cruelty. Monday April 15, 2013 Michael Bryan Remy Lilah RicardoSamiraChristy Emily Alexis David Carlos Jordan Kathy Alejandra Ixza Donovan Philicia Yamilee Jessica Kareena Ayanna Diana Leslie Adrianette Jaileen Leon Edward Jeffrey
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ReadingAim: Talking in Codes(p. 578)Talk About ItName some different kindsof codes. What are somesituations in which youmight want to talk incode?Picture PromptLook at the picture and respond in writing.
A corridor is a long, narrow hallway.A reservation is land set aside by thegovernment for a specific purpose.Someone who has enlisted has volunteeredto join the military.Invasion refers to armed forces entering aregion to conquer it.
A shield is a person or thing that protectsagainst danger.A location is an exact place.Sagged refers to things that drooped downin the middle from weight.Something that is creased is lined, folded,or wrinkled.
ReadingAim: Rita, the Storyteller(p. 580)Context CluesContext Clues arewords or phrases thatsurround an unfamiliar word and can helpyou define it. They can appear in a nearbysentence or somewhere else in theparagraph.
Authors PerspectiveAn Authors Perspective Chart helps you ask questions todetermine an authors opinion or point of view. Clues Authors Perspective
ReadingAim: The UnbreakableCode (p. 582)GenreHistorical Fiction tells astory in which fictionalcharacters take part in actual historicalevents from the past.Authors PerspectiveLook for clues that reveal the authors point ofview.
Navajo: a member of a Native Americanpeople of northern New Mexico andArizona.drills: training exercises.platoon: a division in the military.recruits: new members of the armed forces.
Clues Authors Perspective The Navajo The author has alanguage is as warm favorable attitude and familiar as the toward the Navajo patterns on a language. Navajo blanket. The author feels that Grandfather tells the NavajoJohn never to forget language is the Navajo important to language. remember. The Navajo has The author feels that many survival skills the Navajo platoonand had experience was one of the with marching at toughest platoons in boarding school. boot camp. The author admires the code talkers and Grandfather says feels that they made the unbreakable an important code helped save contribution to World America. War II that should always be remembered.
MathAim: Check My Progress(p. 505)Lesson:• On loose leaf paper, complete questions 111 on pages 505506.• Will be graded as a quiz.
SpellingAim: Definitions and ReviewLesson:• Complete pages 149151.• Complete the Writing Activity in your writing notebook.Homework:• Spelling words ABC order ten times each.• Study for exam tomorrow.
Language ArtsAim: Linking Verbs (p. 186)Lesson:• Copy the RULES• Complete 120• Complete Writing ActivityHomework:• Extra Practice 125 p. 250
ReligionAim: Chapter10 Review(p. 128)Lesson:• Complete pages 128129• Study for exam tomorrow
Social StudiesAim: The ConstitutionalConvention (p. 316)Lesson:• Define Vocabulary words• Read pages 316322• Complete 16 p. 322Homework:• Write one sentence about each of the following leaders: James Madison, Edmund Randolph, William Paterson, Roger Sherman, and Gouverneur Morris
Homework Summary for Monday April 15, 2013SpellingSpelling words ABC order ten times eachStudy for examLanguage ArtsExtra Practice 125 p. 250ReligionPages 128129Study for exam tomorrowSocial StudiesWrite one sentence about each of the following leaders:James Madison, Edmund Randolph, William Paterson, RogerSherman, and Gouverneur Morris