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    • Tuesday Bell Work
      its biggest than a toy poodle.
      My collie are the great dog I know.
      That is the taller giraffe ive ever seen.
      I wonder if it would make a best pet.
       
       
       
       
       
        
       
       
    • Plays Unit 6 Week 2
      Storytellers
      The Big Question
      What Makes a Good Story?
    • Genre Objectives
      Plays
      Students will be able to visualize characters in costume speaking their lines and moving around on stage through dialogue
    • Objectives of Week
      Visualize
      Students will be able to picture the characters’ words, stage directions, and sensory images in a play to understand and summarize what is happening.
      Summarize
      Students will be able to identify the main characters, setting, and most important events
      of a story in order to help remember
      what they have read.
      First,
      Second,
      Third,
      Next,
      Then,
      After,
      Finally,
      Last
    • Group Reading
      The Strongest One
      Remember our unit theme
      Story Tellers
      Look at the title and pictures
      What do you think the story will be about…
      Is this story fiction or non-fiction?
      THINK ABOUT:
      What Makes a Good Story?
    • Storytellers
      The Strongest One
    • Story Map
    • The Strongest One
      Summarize
    • Vocabulary Objectives
      Antonyms
      Students will be able to identify and use different words that have opposite meanings.
    • Decorated
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      These plates are decorated. The people wanted to make the plates look pretty, so the people painted pictures on the plates. Which plate do you think is decorated the best?
    • Symbol
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      These signs are symbols. This is a symbol for a man. This symbol stands for a men’s bathroom. This is the symbol for a woman. This symbol stands for a women’s bathroom.
      The United States flag is a symbol. What do you think it stands for?
    • Darkened
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      It is night in this picture. I know that because I see the darkened sky. Everyone is sleeping in this house. The darkened house has no lights. People are awake in this house. Some rooms are darkened, but there are lights on in some rooms, too.
    • Gnaws
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      This puppy gnaws on a wallet. (NO-NO puppy!)The puppy gnaws because it is getting new teeth.
      What else does a puppy gnaw on?
    • Securing
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      This man is securing the life jacket. He is tying the life jacket onto the boy. The man wants the boy to be safe in the boat. For the life jacket to protect the boy, it needs to be secured.
    • Weakest
      Unit 6 ● Week 2
      This part of the chain is broken. It is weak, or not strong. This is the weakest part of the chain because it is broken. No other part of the chain is broken.
    • Grammar Objectives
      Adjectives that Compare
      Students will be able to add –eror –estto an adjective to compare two nouns.
      Bigger than….
      The biggest….
    • Adjectives that Compare
    • Grammar
    • Grammar
    • 10:30-10:45
      recess
      Visit the restroom
      Wash your hands
      Get a drink of water
    • Summarize
    • Steven
      INTRODUCING
    • Everyone
      20 minutes
      Buddy
      Reading
    • Center Objectives for the Week
      Centers
      Students are expected to use their time wisely to finish at least one center assignment per day.
      Students are expected to finish all 5 center assignments, completely, neatly, and accurately by Thursday.
    • 12:35-1:05
      lunch
    • Handwriting
       
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    • Read Aloud
      Handwriting
      Practice
    • Math-Topic 22
      Use Decimals to Record Tenths
      Use a Meter Strip to Show Tenths
      Develop Benchmarks for Tenths
      Add Numbers with Tenths
      Subtract Numbers with Tenths
       
      algorithm
      centimeter
      decimal
      fraction
      decimal point
      fraction
      kilometer
      liter
      meter
      metric system
      ones place
      tenths
    • 2:30-2:45
      Visit the restroom
      Wash your hands
      Get a drink of water
      recess
    • Sun, Moon, and Earth
      There is a relationship between the Sun, Moon and Earth.
      What are the similarities & differences between the Earth & the Moon?What is the relationship between the Earth, Moon, & Sun?
      How are people impacted by the forces between the Earth, Moon and Sun?
      appearance axis comparison cycle craters lunar orbit reflection rotation sphere
    • See you tomorrow!
      Remember:
      Finish your math homework
      Read for 20 minutes
      Study your spelling words