If you could permanently trade places with someone,whom would you choose? Explain. Wednesday October 17, 2012 Jordan Ayanna Bryan Ricardo Adrianette Leslie Remy Philicia Christy Emily Jessica Ixza Jaileen Samira Alexis Donovan Jeffrey Leon Diana Alejandra David Kathy Michael Carlos Yamilee Edward Kareena Jose Lilah
Reading Rescue Dogs (p. 112)Talk About ItIn what situationsdo you hearabout dogscoming to therescue? Whatabilities do dogshave that makethem useful for Picture Prompt Look at the picture and respond in writing.rescue work?
Reading Its A Dogs Life (p. 114)ThesaurusA Thesaurus is a toolthat can help youfind synonyms for aparticular word. Forexample, the wordfragrance mayhave the following The freshly paintedsynonyms listed: store had a strangearoma, perfume, or (fragrance, aroma,scent. odor).
cause makes somethinghappen (an effect) When theeffect what happens due to If Joshuathe cause practice.. Since Da boxes of common key words: When Da fire...• because Because • since broken... • so• as a result• which led to
Cause EffectMs. Toni drops Sparky picks up things. the things that Ms. Toni drops Ms. Toni Sparky licks the prepares envelopes. invitations. Ms. Toni goes Sparky for a walk accompanies downtown. her.Ms. Toni takes a Sparky is quiet. nap. Ms. Toni petsMs. Toni cant and brushes sleep. Sparky.
"Late for School" Panicked, Emilio ran toward school. He had overslept because hisalarm clock had not gone off. He didnt see the bus. He mustvemissed it due to sleeping late. He had to walk to school since hisparents werent home. "They mustve already left for work," Emiliothought. Since he had to walk, it took Emilio twice as long as usual toarrive at school. When he finally reached his destination,Emiliorealized it was Saturday!Fill in the table below. Write clue words in the oval.Cause Effect becauseAlarm clock did not go off. He overslept. He missed the bus.His parents left for work. Trip took twice as long as normal.
Reading Pipiolo and the Roof Dogs (p. 116)GenreFantasy tells a storyabout charactersand events thatcould not exist inreal life.Read to Find OutHow does Pipiolochange the lives ofthe roof dogs?
adobe: sundried brick, used as a buildingmaterial.aromas: agreeable odors or smells.savior: a person or animal who savessomeone from harm, danger, or destruction.
Cause Effect Lupes house Pipiolo is free todoes not have walk with Lupe a flat roof. to school.Pipiolo stays up He is tired all night. during the day.Pipiolo runs out The driver slams in front of the on his brakes. truck. El Presidente The roof dogs calls andisappear from emergencySan Pablo Etla. meeting and cancels school.
Class AssignmentWrite a poem about a pet youhad, known, or read about thatdid something extraordinary.Use ABCB rhyme pattern foreach stanza. Go back to page108 for review. Use looseleaf.
Class AssignmentComplete questions 15 on page133 in your classwork notebook.Write the questions and answerusing complete sentences.Work will be graded!
Reading HomeworkUse your Cause and Effect Chartto help you summarize Pipioloand the Roof Dogs. In your ownwords, tell how Pipiolo changedthe lives of the roof dogs.Use your Homework notebook.
Math Use Partial Products and the DistributiveProperty (p. 113)Distributive Property:To multiply a sum bya number, you canmultiply eachaddend by thesame number andadd the products.
Math Power PracticeDO NOW:Complete theMultiplicationRecord Sheet.
Math The Distributive Property (p. 119)Distributive Property:To multiply a sum bya number, you canmultiply eachaddend by thesame number andadd the products.
Find each step mentally using the DistributiveProperty. Show the steps that you used.
Math HomeworkIndependent Practice 310 onpage 121Problem Solving 1115 on page122.
Spelling Review: • Write a story about a dog or other animal that has special skills. • Use what you know from any experiences that you have had with dogs or other Homework animals. • Study for exam • Use six spelling words. tomorrow
ELA Demonstrative Adjectives (p. 264) A demonstrative adjective comes before a noun. Demonstrative adjectives tell which one or which ones.This and these are demonstrativeadjectives that point out nearby people orthings.That and those are demonstrativeadjectives that point out people or thingsfar away.
Language ArtsHomeworkExtra Practice, page 331,exercises 125
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Homework Summary Wednesday, October 17, 2012Reading• Use your Cause and Effect Chart to help you summarize Pipiolo and the Roof Dogs. In your own words, tell how Pipiolo changed the lives of the roof dogs.Math• Independent Practice 310 on page 121• Problem Solving 1115 on page 122.Spelling• Study for exam tomorrowLanguage Arts• Extra Practice, page 331, exercises 125