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6.6.13 classwork thursday

  1. 1. ChristySamiraLeonKareenaPhiliciaAyannaLilahRemyDonovanMichaelYamileeJessicaLeslieCarlosBryanRicardoAlexisDavidJordanAlejandraKathyDianaIxzaEmilyJaileenJeffreyThursdayJune 6, 2013June is Fireworks Safety Month. Pretend that you are afirecracker. What would you say to children aboutfireworks safety?EdwardAdrianette
  2. 2. DO NOW:Write the x6Times Table tentimes.Morning Work
  3. 3. ReadingAim: Scientistsat Work(p. 736)Talk About ItIf you couldbe a scientist, what would you study? Whatdo you think the scientist in this photograph isdoing?
  4. 4. Specimens are items or parts typical of awhole group.Erupted means forced out or burst forth.Something that is murky is too dark orcloudy to see through clearly.Something that is dormant is quiet or notactive for a period of time.
  5. 5. Biology is the study of living things.If something was scoured, it was cleaned,cleared, or worn away.Research is a careful study to find and learnfacts about a subject.An observer is a person who watches in aclose and careful way.
  6. 6. ReadingAim: Hidden Worlds (p. 741)Nonfiction gives informationand facts about realpeople, places, events,and situations.SequenceLook for clues that indicate the order ofevents.Read to Find OutWhat events influenced Denniss career inscience?
  7. 7. algae: simple living organisms made up ofone or more cells which contain chlorophyll,usually existing as lower order plants that donot have stems, roots, or leaves.lichens: an organism made up of fungi andalgae growing together, usually found ontree trunks, on rocks, and on the ground.bacteria: tiny one­celled organisms thatcan only be seen through a microscope.
  8. 8. ReadingAim: Mountain ofFire: A NativeAmerican Myth(p. 754)A Myth is a storythat tells aboutthe belief of agroup of people.Myths often tell about gods and heroes.Sometimes they explain something thathappens in nature.
  9. 9. ReadingSymbolism is the use ofconcrete objects torepresent abstractideas or qualities.Figurative Language, such as simile andmetaphor, uses imaginative language todescribe objects, places, or people.
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  11. 11. Reading HomeworkPractice Book, page 219
  12. 12. MathAim: Subtract withRenaming (p. 689)Lesson:Complete pages689­692
  13. 13. MathAim: Review (p. 695)Lesson:Complete pages695­697Homework:Redo page 691 (2­13) in your notebook andshow all work.
  14. 14. Spelling1. enjoyable 11. comfortable2. breakable 12. convertible3. favorable 13. invisible4. likable 14. honorable5. usable 15. capable6. respectable 16. sensible7. affordable 17. unbelievable8. possible 18. bearable9. reasonable 19. collapsible10. laughable 20. suitable
  15. 15. SpellingAim: Words with ­able, ­ibleLesson:Use words in a sentence.Homework:What problem have yourecently solved for yourself? Write an essaythat explains the problem and the steps youtook to solve it. Use SIX spelling words in yourwriting.
  16. 16. Social StudiesAim: From Ocean toOcean (p. 372)Lesson:* Define Vocabularywords.* Read pages 372­379.* Write TEN (10) facts about the lesson.Homework:1. What was surprising about the Battle of theAlamo?2. Why did the Mormons move west?
  17. 17. Homework Summary for Thursday June 6, 2013ReadingPractice book, page 219MathRedo page 691 (2­13) in your notebook and show allwork.SpellingWhat problem have you recently solved for yourself?Write an essay that explains the problem and the stepsyou took to solve it. Use SIX spelling words in yourwriting.
  18. 18. Attachments1314158Analogies TTT.notebook