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4th grade document with highlights

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4th grade document with highlights

  1. 1. 4th Grade Weekly Activities Week of: March 9th - 15th, 2020 ** Notates items that I have printed and will give to your students this week at school. They will be due on their first day of school the following week. English Language Arts (ELA) Big Ideas : -explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support specific points in a text -draw evidence from informational texts to support writing -correctly use prepositions and prepositional phrases when writing - correctly use homophones when writing -explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support specific points in a text -draw evidence from informational texts to support writing Complete the following FLVS assignments 10.03 Author's Points and Reasons: Human Impact on Our Environment - Skip Slides # 7-9 - Complete the end of lesson quiz 10.04 Author's Points and Reasons: Seasons - Skip Slides # 8-10 - Complete the end of lesson quiz Please write your answers in complete sentences. All of the cursive activities within the lessons are optional. This includes printable activities. Read 15-20 minutes every day (5 days a week minimum)! Record the title of the book and how many pages you read in your planner every day. Math Big Ideas : -represent fractions with denominators 10 or 100 with multiple representations and decimal notation -read and write decimals through hundredths -rewrite fractions with 10 and 100 in the denominator as decimals -compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their sizes -record the results of comparison with the symbols >, =, or < -use a visual model to explain the comparison of two decimals -rename tenths and hundredths -add two fractions with denominators 10 and 100 Complete the following FLVS assignments 11.05 Module Eleven Review and Reflection - You do not need to complete the reflection portion of this lesson 11.06 Module Eleven Project-Based Assessment - Complete this assessment. I have printed it out for you. Please show your work to get full credit 12.01 Running with Tenths and Hundredths 12.02 Down to the Decimal - Complete the end of lesson quiz 12.03 Be Wise About the Size - Complete the end of lesson quiz 12.04 Tenths and Hundredths - Complete the end of lesson quiz
  2. 2. Science Big Ideas : -recognize that animals, including humans, cannot make their own food -explain that animals, including humans, must eat plants or other animals to survive -recognize and explain that, when animals eat plants or other animals, the energy stored in the food source is passed to them -ask questions about the natural world -recognize that plants use energy from the sun to make their own food -recognize that animals eat plants or other animals for their food source -describe how energy is transferred from the sun through a food chain Complete the following FLVS assignments 10.01 What's for dinner? - Complete the end of lesson quiz 10.02 Producers and Consumers Please write your answers in complete sentences. Social Studies Big Ideas : -describe how constitutions protect the rights of citizens -describe how constitutions define the purpose of the state government -describe how constitutions define the function of the state government -describe how the constitution defines the structure of the state government -recognize that state constitutions describe the structure, function, and purpose of state governments Complete the following FLVS assignments 08.01 51 Constitutions? - Complete the end of lesson quiz Please write your answers in complete sentences. Other Do not forget to fill in your agenda (what you did on the day you did it), sign your agenda, and have your parent/guardian/learning coach sign your agenda as well. This will be a weekly grade.

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