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1.18.13 classwork friday


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1.18.13 classwork friday

  1. 1. Pretend that your best friend invited you to the movies. You reallywant to go, but you promised your grandmother you wouldspend the afternoon with her. Write about what you decide todo. Friday Donovan January 18, 2013 Ayanna Bryan Kathy Adrianette Edward Michael Christy Samira Jose Leon Jeffrey Emily Leslie Jessica Alexis Yamilee Alejandra Kareena Ricardo Diana Lilah Philicia Remy Jaileen Ixza Carlos Jordan David
  2. 2. Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x10Times Table tentimes.
  3. 3. Reading ­ Into the Future (p. 357)Talk About ItWhat kinds of newtechnology do youknow about? Whatinventions would youlike to see in the future? Look at the picture and respond in writing.
  4. 4. Rotated means "turned around on an axis ora central point."A robot is programmed to do the jobs thata person usually does.Reversed means "moved in the oppositedirection.Something that is defective has a flaw orweakness.
  5. 5. A meteor is a piece of rock from space.Something that is dangling is hanging orswinging loosely.Someone who staggered would be said tohave swayed or walked unsteadily.Tokens are pieces that mark your place ona game board.
  6. 6. Reading ­ Who Says Robots Cant Think? (p. 358)AnalogiesAnalogies comparetwo pairs of words.Sometimes analogiesuse synonyms, wordsthat have similarmeanings. Forexample broken is todefective as tidy is toneat.
  7. 7. Evidence Conclusion MeteorsMeteor interfere withpassing by radio waves,Earth oven causing Sylviadoesnt work, to make arobot staggers strangeand almost request forfalls medals at end of story
  8. 8. Reading ­ Zathura (p. 360)GenreScience Fiction tells astory of imaginedevents usually set inthe future and basedon science ortechnology.
  9. 9. polarity: a pull toward an object or ina particular direction.gyroscope: a piece of equipmentwith a spinning wheel or ball set in aframe that helps keep its directionsfrom changingmalfunctioning: not working properly.
  10. 10. Evidence ConclusionMr. Budwingsays they will Mr. and late. Mrs. Budwing areBudwing says going out forshe will set out dinner.dinner.
  11. 11. Character Trait mischievousDanny snitchslowactive annoyingsensitive victimized
  12. 12. Evidence ConclusionA Zorgon Zorgon mustpirate is be the nameaboard a of a planetZorgon pirate where theship. Zorgon pirate is from.
  13. 13. Evidence ConclusionWalter tells Walter hasDanny not to learned theplay the game isgame. dangerous.
  14. 14. Reading ­ Robots Today & Tomorrow (p. 384)GenreNewspaper Articles tellabout current events ortrends. They answer thequestions who, what, where,when, why and how.A Headline is a short titleabout an even or subjectthat is designed to grab thereaders attention. A Bylinetells who wrote the article.
  15. 15. If something is mechanical, it isoperated by a machine or is machine­like.If an action is repetitive, it is done overand over again.Something limitless has no bounds orrestrictions.
  16. 16. Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 108
  17. 17. Math ­ Power Practice / Homework ReviewDO NOW:• Complete the Multiplication Record Sheet.• Go over homework.
  18. 18. D.E.A.R. Time ­ Drop Everything And Read
  19. 19. Science Fair Project
  20. 20. pitate up reptile whether electricitymoo pretty Eskimos
  21. 21. AnalogiesPractice Reading Analogies: Gold : a goldsmith :: iron : a blacksmith Cold : ice :: heat : fire Bird : nest :: rabbit : burrow Child : mother :: song : singer Sun : moon :: teacher : pupil
  22. 22. Analogies Click on blank for possible answers.Ant. unknownSyn. coolAnt. thenAnt. upSyn. hard vegetable
  23. 23. AnalogiesHow to read analogies: Camel : desert :: walrus : ocean is to is to asRead it: Camel is to desert as walrus is to ocean
  24. 24. Analogies Click on the blank to reveal the answer.Lets try one: ships or boats Automobiles are to cars as vessels are to ______________. How are each of these words related? They are synonyms. ___________________________
  25. 25. AnalogiesDefinition: An analogy is a comparison between two sets of  words or ideas. Each set has a similar relationship.For example: "Valuable is to worthless as deep it to shallow." "Valuable is to worthless", the words are antonyms. The second part of the analogy is "as deep is to shallow" which are words  that are also antonyms.
  26. 26. Midterm ScheduleReading ­ Tuesday, January 22Math ­ Wednesday, January 23Language ­ Thursday, January 24Religion ­ Friday, January 25Social Studies ­ Midterm ProjectScience ­ Midterm Project* Due Friday, January 25
  27. 27. Review for Reading• Miss Alaineus• Exploring Space• Rescue Dogs
  28. 28. Review for Math• Place Value• Multiply Whole Numbers• Divide by a One­Digit Divisor
  29. 29. Review for Language Arts• Nouns• Adjectives• Pronouns
  30. 30. Review for Religion• Chapter 1 (p. 19)• Chapter 2 (p. 31)• Chapter 3 (p. 43)
  31. 31. Project for Social StudiesWrite an advertisement to persuade settlersto come to a new colony in NorthAmerica.Tell where the colony is located, why it wasfounded, and what life is like there.Organize your ideas, and support yourposition with evidence.Typed, double space (font size 12 or less),two page.Unit 2 (page 97)
  32. 32. Project for ScienceFind out about the density of the DeadSea. Write a one page story explaining whyswimmers dont sink in it.Use evidence to support your analysis.Typed, double space (font size 12 or less),one page.
  33. 33. Homework Summary for Friday January 18, 2013"No Homework Friday!"Study for your Reading midtermHave a great weekend!
  34. 34. Attachments 1314158 Analogies TTT.notebook