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10.21.11 classwork friday

  1. 1. Writing Journal: October is Vegetarian Month. Create  a new recipe that does not contain meat. List the  ingredients and explain how to prepare it. Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Cincere Ricardo Ramon Eric Natalie AlanChristian Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Linder Brian Crystal Christopher Angel Matthew Ryan Sualee Alan
  2. 2. Reading - Write About an Experience with an Animal (page 138) Experience/Details Chart Experience DetailsDelete unimportant details that do not tell about your • may parrot, red tail, My Also delete details that gray tell somethingtopic. parrot finallyabout your topic but are not yellow important. talked to me. really eyes • for 3 years, never talked • last night began talking • was using my name • I answered
  3. 3. Reading - Write About an Experience with an Animal (page 138)Monday, October 3 Ive had my African gray parrot for about three years. His name isFrank. Hes gray, except for his red tail. His eyes are yellow. Ive been talking to Frank for three years, but in all this time hehasnt talked. Last night all of that changed. I was reading in bed. All of a sudden Iheard, "Hi Bao!" I glanced over, and Frank was staring at me. Then he saidit again, "Hi, Bao!" I answered him: "Hi, Frank!" He was quiet. I reachedover to turn off my bedside lamp. Just then I heard Franks voice again."Goodnight!" he said.
  4. 4. Language Arts TestA. Draw a vertical line ( | ) between the complete subjectand the complete predicate.1. Lian‛s family planted a special vegetable garden.2. Lian has happy memories of this time.3. Her father and mother came to America from Asia.4. Some of the vegetables in Asia are not grown in America.5. Lian‛s parents grew these special vegetables in their garden.
  5. 5. B. Circle the simple subject of each sentence.6. Acting classes are one kind of activity.7. The acting teacher puts on a play each year.8. Mrs. Baseman asked for volunteers.9. My cousin Jesse was in a play this year.10. The play took place in the future.
  6. 6. C. Underline the complete predicate in each sentence.Circle the simple predicate.11. My grandparents live on a dairy farm in Wisconsin.12. All of us met at their place.13. My aunts, uncles, and cousins came from many states.14. Children from the city liked the animals on the farm.15. They waved to the cows in the field.
  7. 7. D. Circle the compound subject of each sentence.16. Tacos and enchiladas are my favorite Mexican dishes.17. Angelica and Eduardo showed me how to make them.18. Beans, beef, or chicken can be fillings for both dishes.19. Tomatoes and lettuce are sometimes added to tacos.20. Chili sauce and cheese go on top of enchiladas.
  8. 8. E. Write the compound predicate of each sentence.21. Michael brushes and pets his rabbit, Peanut Butter, every day.22. He cleans and refills her litter box every other day.23. Pet rabbits eat and drink a little bit all day and all night.24. They lick and clean their fur all the time.25. Rabbits rest or sleep during the day.
  9. 9. F. Find the sentences that are joined in each run-on sentence. Draw one lineunder the first sentence, and draw two lines under the second sentence.26. The ancient Maya lived in Middle America they built enormous structures.27. The Maya used stone blocks for building these blocks were huge and heavy.28. Workers had to lift the blocks some of the workers were probably enslaved.29. Structures included palaces and pyramids and city of Copan had a ball court.30. Teams played a game called pokta-pok in this court it was a rough game.
  10. 10. Math - Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals (page 62)Example 1Estimate: 13 x 192You can use these general rules as a guide.• Small numbers: Round to the nearest ten.• Large numbers: Round to the nearest hundred or thousand.• Decimals: Round to the nearest whole number.
  11. 11. Math - Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals (page 62)Example 2Estimate: 539 + 487 + 511You can also use rounding and multiplication patterns toestimate sums. This is called clustering.
  12. 12. Math - Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals (page 62)More ExamplesEstimate: 177 x 4.23Estimate: 0.83 x 1.12Estimate: 2.4 + 2.1 + 1.9Estimate: 108 + 98 + 138
  13. 13. Math - Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals (page 62)
  14. 14. Math - Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals (page 62)
  15. 15. Bat Mobile!
  16. 16. Homework Summary ­ Friday, October 21, 2011Math1. Study for quizReading Project ­ Science ActivityResearch three other dog breeds. Make a chart listing the work the dogs do and the characteristics that help each dog do that work.Due Monday, October 24 (loose leaf paper or typed)Have a nice weekend!
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