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  • If you could relive one school year all over again, whichgrade would you choose? Explain. Wednesday September 5, 2012 Bryan Ayanna Ricardo Emily Ixza Jackeline Leslie Alexis Donovan Cindy Jaileen Philicia Jessica Jose Jordan Christy Alejandra Diana David Leon Michael Andrianete Kathy Remy Samira Yamilee Kareena Lilah Daeshawn Dariel Ericka Carlos Jeffrey Edward
  • Morning Writing Remembering September 11thPrompt: September 11th is a Day ofRemembrance. As we honor those who losttheir lives on this day 2001, make a list ofeverything in your life that you are thankfulfor.
  • Reading ­ Miss Alaineus (pg. 20)GenreRealistic Fiction uses settings,characters, and events thatcould actually exist.Story StructureCharacter and PlotAs you read, use your Characterand Plot Chart.Read to Find OutHow does the kind of personSage is affect the plot?
  • Character and Plot Chart Character PlotSage is hardworking Starr gives Sage theand responsible. She words she missed inis concerned about a rush, so Sage maymissing assignments have misunderstoodwhen she is sick. some of them. Miss Alaineus is aSage is proud that woman pictured onshe can make up a spaghetti box. Shedefinitions. is not a real person. Sage defines andSage is spellsembarrassed. "miscellaneous" incorrectly.
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  • pride goeth before thefall high opinion of oneself "To go"
  • Reading HomeworkSummarizeUse your Character and Plot Chart to helpyou summarize Miss Alaineus. Include onlythe most important events that lead toSages creative solution to her problem.
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • 2,225 4,100
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17) greater 64,186,600
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17) Australia India Argentina India Norway Argentina Norway
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math ­ Compare and Order WholeNumbers Through Millions (p. 17)
  • Math Homework"My Homework", page 21­22
  • Spelling 1. jut 11. gush 2. nick 12. scan 3. tenth 13. batch 4. shrug 14. rough 5. stuff 15. stump 6. sense 16. tough 7. damp 17. laugh 8. cot 18. guess 9. fling 19. lead 10. notch 20. dove
  • Spelling ­ Word Meanings1. cot bed, crib, _________2. laugh smile, giggle, _________3. dove robin, wren, _________4. wet, moist, _________ damp5. fling toss, throw, _________
  • DefinitionsWrite the spelling word that matches each definitionbelow. fling1. throw _________ DAMP2. wet _________ Cot3. small bed _________ Gush4. pour out _________5. mark _________6. stick out _________7. bird _________8. small cut _________9. confuse _________10. not smooth _________11. group ________12. read quickly _________
  • ClassworkDirections: Use a dictionary to define thespelling word. If more than one definition islisted, write both in your notebook. example:
  • Spelling HomeworkWrite a sentence using the Spelling words.
  • ELA ­ Declarative and InterrogativeSentences (pg. 4) RULES A declarative sentence makes a statement and ends with a period. Plants produce oxygen.An interrogative sentence asksa question and ends with aquestion mark. Why are plants important?
  • Guided PracticeTell whether each sentence is declarative orinterrogative.1. Plants are important for many reasons.declarative2. Why are some plants green? interrogative3. Plants make food through photosynthesis.declarative4. Do plants use carbon dioxide? interrogative5. How do plants help us to breathe?interrogative interrogative declarative
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  • More PracticeDirections: Use your SMART Response clickers to answerexercise 6­15 on page 5. Write the sentence in yournotebook.A) interrogativeB) declarativeC) .D) ?
  • Language ArtsHomeworkExtra Practice, exercise 1­25 on page 75.Write the sentences in your HW notebook.
  • Religion ­ Jesus shows us Gods love (pg. 22)Dear Jesus, help us to live what webelieve.Class Work• Complete "We Gather"• Read pages 22­23• Write five facts about the chapterHomework1. Where do we read stories about Jesus life?2. How does Jesus show others Gods love?
  • Specials Monday ­ Music Tuesday ­ GymThursday ­ Library/Computer
  • Homework Summary ­ Tuesday September 11, 2012Math1. "My Homework" on page 21­22Language Arts1. Extra Practice, exercise 1­25 on page 75. Write the sentences in your HW notebook.Spelling1. Use spelling words in a sentence.