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  • 1. ChristySamiraLeonKareenaPhiliciaAyannaLilahRemyDonovanMichaelYamileeJessicaLeslieCarlosBryanRicardoAlexisDavidJordanAlejandraKathyDianaIxzaEmilyJaileenJeffreyMondayApril 22, 2013"A penny saved is a penny earned" are famous words ofBenjamin Franklin. What do you think he meant? Do youagree?EdwardAdrianette
  • 2. DO NOW:Write the x11Times Table tentimes.Morning Work
  • 3. ReadingAim: Whales(p. 604)Talk About ItWhat are somewords that cometo mind when youthink aboutwhales? How many different kinds of whalesdo you know about?
  • 4. Ventured means "risked or dared to go."Emerged means "came into view."Someone who is unreasonable is not usinggood sense.An attraction is something that pulls peopleor objects to it.
  • 5. If you inquire about something, you try toget information by asking questions.Discussions are talks to exchange opinionson a subject.Someone who is sprawled is spread outawkwardly or carelessly.Focused means "concentrated onsomeone or something."
  • 6. ReadingAim: A Song forMakaio (p. 606)Word PartsWords can haveroots from otherlanguages. For example, attraction has theLatin Root tract, which means "to draw or pull."The root can hep you figure out thatattraction means "the act of drawing orpulling something near."
  • 7. ReadingGenerate QuestionsSummarizeA Summary Chart helpsyou answer questionsabout what happens atthe beginning, middle,and end of a story.
  • 8. ReadingAim: The Gri Gri Tree(p. 608)GenreRealistic Fiction hasreal­life settings, well­developed characters,and realistic problemsand solutions.
  • 9. chica: girlmerengues: Dominican dances, or themusic for these dances.amigos: friendsfiestas: parties
  • 10. The girls sees what she things isa sea monster.The neighbors think the girlimagined the monster, but itappears a second time.
  • 11. Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 178
  • 12. Generate four (4) questions aboutthe story so far.
  • 13. MathAim: Graph Patterns, part 2(p. 531)Lesson:• Complete pages535­540Homework:• Lesson 9 ­ handout
  • 14. Spelling1. impress 11. election2. correct 12. discussion3. elect 13. location4. discuss 14. decoration5. locate 15. confusion6. decorate 16. estimation7. confuse 17. concentrate8. estimate 18. exhaust9. impression 19. concentration10. correction 20. exhaustion
  • 15. Social StudiesAim: Three Branches ofGovernment (p. 328)Lesson:• Define Vocabularywords• Read pages 328­333• Write SEVEN (7) facts about the lessonHomework:• Write a set of classroom rules that illustratesthe ideas in the Constitution.
  • 16. The government gets its powersfrom the permission of the people.
  • 17. Homework Summary for Monday April 22, 2013ReadingPractice book, page 178MathLesson 9 handoutSpellingStudy for testSocial StudiesQuestions 1­4, and 6 on page 333. Do not write thequestions
  • 18. Attachments1314158Analogies TTT.notebook