5.15.12 classwork tuesday

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5.15.12 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. Would you rather be a police officer or afirefighter? Explain. Tuesday May 15, 2012 Alan G Linder Ryan Jose Andres Brian Adolfo David JoshuaChristopher Gia Ramon Cincere Emma Alan R Ricardo Brianna Natalie Elizabeth Christian Johnny Nyashia Sualee Angel Matthew Cameron Massire Roxana Mitzy Joey Carlos Max
  2. 2. Morning WritingNational EtiquetteWeek is celebrated thethird week in May.Write five or more rulesthat you think shouldbe included in a bookcalled "Using YourManners at School." Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Reading ­ The Healing Power of Plants (p. 568)StrategyUse a Thesaurus/DictionaryAntonymsAntonyms are words withopposite meanings.For example, the word vastmeans very great in size and As we read "The Healing Power of Plants," identify clues that reveal thean antonym for vast would be meanings of highlighted words. Wesmall. will read these words again in "A Historic Journey."Knowing antonyms can behelpful for defining words.
  4. 4. Reading ­ The Healing Power of Plants (p. 568)SkillCause and EffectA cause is the reason why something happens.An effect is the result, or the thing that happens.To identify cause­and­effect relationships, we ask "Whathappened?" to find the effect, and "Why?" to find thecause.Signal words such as so, since, therefore, because,cause, effect and as a result often indicate a cause­and­effect relationship.
  5. 5. Reading ­ The Healing Power of Plants (p. 568)Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 164
  6. 6. Math ­ Divide Mixed Numbers (p. 326)How to Divide MixedNumbers:Step 1Write both numbers asfractions.Step 2Multiply the dividend bythe reciprocal of thedivisor.Step 3Simplify
  7. 7. Math ­ Divide Mixed Numbers (p. 326)Class WorkExercise 1 ­12 on page 335.Divide. Write each answer insimplest form.Use your SMART Response clickersto enter your answer.
  8. 8. Math ­ Divide Mixed Numbers (p. 326)Math HomeworkTextbook, page 337 16­23
  9. 9. SilentSnack
  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 ­ Review and Proofread     Many people are mistakin about what they can do to help protect nature. They think that the destruction of our environment is an injustis, but they dont know how they can help. In fact, there are plenty of easy and inexpencive ways to take action. Some people disobay recycling laws because they dont know any better! You can tell people who litter or pollute that you disaproove. Dont prejuge others, but take some time to learn what you can do to help. mistaken Disobey1. _____________ 3. _____________ 4. ______________ inexpensive disapprove injustice2. _____________ 5. _____________ 6.Prejudge ______________
  13. 13.      Many people are mistakin about what they can do to help protect nature. They think that the destruction of our environment is an injustis, but they dont know how they can help. In fact, there are plenty of easy and inexpencive ways to take action. Some people disobay recycling laws because they dont know any better! You can tell people who litter or pollute that you disaproove. Dont prejuge others, but take some time to learn what you can do to help.
  14. 14. Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityWrite a paragraph about things that youcan do to help protect nature in your area.Use four words from your spelling list.
  15. 15. Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadSpelling HomeworkStudy for quiz
  16. 16. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 440) Quick Write Write five sentences about what you like about social studies. Include at least three prepositional phrases and two interjections.
  17. 17. Wow, did you know I can learn about peoplewith my brothers names?Well, Social Studies is fun to me.Without George Washington, there wouldnthave been a first president.
  18. 18. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 440)PracticeWrite each sentence. Draw one line under the prepositional phrase. Drawtwo lines under the preposition in the phrase. Circle object of thepreposition.1. After the Civil War, many people went West.2. They came to the gold fields.3. Homesteaders wanted new lives for their families.4. For other folks, gold was their goal.5. Wagon trains traveled across the country.
  19. 19. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 440)PracticeWrite each sentence. Draw one line under the prepositional phrase. Drawtwo lines under the preposition in the phrase. Circle object of thepreposition.6. Some wagons went to the Oregon Territory.7. Other pioneers moved south into California.8. Over the mountains, the wagons moved.9. Travel was easiest along riverbeds.10. Under the stars, people slept.
  20. 20. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 440)Class WorkExercise 11­25 on page 441Writing Activity ­ A SpeechImagine that you are a pioneer on your way West. Write aspeech that tells about one of your adventures. Use clearand interesting words to describe your experience.APPLY MECHANICS AND USAGE: Include interjections,prepositional phrases, and complex sentences. Circleeach interjection. Underline each prepositional phrase.Write complex above each complex sentence.
  21. 21. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 440)Language ArtsHomeworkPractice book, page 92
  22. 22. Religion ­ Chapter 17 ExamExam• Answer the questions usingyour SMART Responseclickers.• Do NOT turn off clickerswhen finished.• Return test paper to theback of the room in the binlabeled "Exam."• Good luck!
  23. 23. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, May 15, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 164Math1. Textbook, page 337 16­23Spelling1. Study for quizLanguage Arts1. Practice book, page 92
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