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### 5.10.12 classwork thursday

1. 1. Imagine that you had to spend an entire day outside.Write about how you would spend your day. Brian Carlos Thursday Alan G Linder May 10, 2012 Johnny Ramon David Christopher Max Cincere Andres Brianna Emma Cameron Gia Ryan Alan R Elizabeth Jose Adolfo Natalie Joshua Angel Christian SualeeRoxana Nyashia Matthew Ricardo Mitzy Massire Joey
2. 2. Morning WritingMay is NationalEgg Month. Write amouth­wateringdescription of anew way to enjoyeggs. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
3. 3. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
4. 4. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
5. 5. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
6. 6. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
7. 7. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
8. 8. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)reciprocalstwo numbers whoseproduct is 1How to Divide Fractions:Step 1Find the reciprocal ofthe divisorStep 2Multiply (cross reduceif possible)Step 3Simplify
9. 9. Math ­ Divide Fractions (p. 324)Math Homework Practice book, page 73
10. 10. Spelling
11. 11. Spelling ­ Pretest1. prewash 11. misjudge2. disable 12. discomfort3. discolor 13. dismount4. mistaken 14. misunderstand5. preheats 15. disobey6. mistrust 16. dishonest7. incorrect 17. injustice8. disconnect 18. disapprove9. preview 19. inexpensive10. prejudge 20. indefinite
12. 12. Spelling ­ Word MeaningsSpelling HomeworkWord Map ­ Handout
13. 13. Language Arts ­ Commas with Introductory PrepositionalPhrases and Interjections (p. 438)RULESUse a comma after aprepositional phrase at thebeginning of a sentence.For protection againstsunburn, I wear sunscreen.Use a comma after a mildinterjection.My, this sunburn isuncomfortable.
14. 14. Language Arts ­ Commas with Introductory PrepositionalPhrases and Interjections (p. 438) Use a comma to invert the order of a sentence that has a prepositional phrase. Original: Our skin can be damaged from the sun. Inverted: From the sun, our skin can be damaged.Think and WriteWhy is it important to know how to usecommas with prepositional phrases andinterjections? Write your ideas in yournotebook.
15. 15. Language Arts ­ Commas with Introductory PrepositionalPhrases and Interjections (p. 438)Language ArtsHomeworkPractice book, page 91
16. 16. Homework Summary ­ Thursday, May 10, 2012Math1. Practice book, page 73Spelling1. Word Map ­ handoutLanguage Arts1. Practice book, page 91Have a great weekend!
17. 17. Range: Mode:7 Median: Mean: Reward 10 Pizza Party 8­9 Wheel of Fun 7 Spelling 6 BrainPOP 4­5 Silent Snack 2­3 Class Work 1 No Snack
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