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1.30.13 classwork wednesday

  1. 1. Today is Fun at Work Day. Write a note to your parentsuggesting five zany things he or she could do to havefun at work. Wednesday January 30, 2013 Bryan Ayanna Emily Leslie Christy Philicia Jaileen Yamilee Samira Ricardo Alexis Jessica Jordan Jose Kareena Lilah Remy Kathy Ixza Alejandra Diana Adrianette Michael Carlos Edward Leon Jeffrey Donovan David 1
  2. 2. Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x12Times Table tentimes. 2
  3. 3. Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)Talk About ItWhat rights do you thinkall citizens of the UnitesStates should have?What doesdiscrimination mean toyou? Look at the picture and respond in writing. 3
  4. 4. To scald means "to heat to atemperature just below the boilingpoint."Giving permission for something allowsit to happen.An autograph is a persons signature.A fare is the price charged to transporta person. 4
  5. 5. If you have blurted out something, yousaid it suddenly, without thinking.Something clenched is closed orsqueezed together tightly.Chiseled means "chipped or shapedby a metal tool called a chisel."Something that is spectacular is veryunusual or remarkable. 5
  6. 6. Writing ­ Civil RightsNews WritingSuppose that you livein the 1960s and workfor the civil rightsmovement. Write anews article describingyour experience.Use FOUR vocabularywords and highlightthem. 6
  7. 7. Reading ­ Lunch Counter Encounter (p. 394)HomophonesHomophones are wordsthat sound the same buthave different meaningsand spellings. Forexample, the word fare homophoneshas a different meaningthan the word fair.Character and SettingA character is a person or animal in a story.The setting of the story is where and when ittakes place. 7
  8. 8. A Character and Setting Chart can help you listimportant details about characters and settings. Thesetwo features are part of the story structure. Characters Setting June 1963,Joe, Paul Mississippi baseball fieldJoes mother or parkman, woman in drugstorewheelchair 8
  9. 9. Reading ­ Goin Someplace Special (p. 396)GenreHistorical Fiction tellsa story in whichfictional characterstake part in actualevents from the past. 9
  10. 10. stonemason: a person who cuts stoneor builds walls or other things fromstone.BLT: an abbreviation for bacon,lettuce, and tomato sandwich.zinnia: any of several garden plantssuch as large daisies, grown from theirshowy flowers of many colors. 10
  11. 11. Character SettingTricia Ann isrespectful andfunny, and Mamaloves Francess houseSomeplaceSpecial.Mama Francesis strong and On the busindependent. 11
  12. 12. Reading HomeworkPractice Book, page 117 12
  13. 13. Math ­ Power Practice / Homework ReviewDO NOW:• Complete the Multiplication Record Sheet.• Go over homework. 13
  14. 14. Math ­ Divide Greater Numbers (p. 277)Divide Greater NumbersYou can use the sameprocess for dividingthree­ and four­digitdividends to dividegreater numbers.You can use estimationbefore, during, andafter a division problem. 14
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  20. 20. Math Homework"My Homework" pages 287­288 20
  21. 21. Spelling1. grownup 11. flawless2. power 12. coward3. shower 13. lawyer4. bestow 14. applause5. August 15. arousing6. allow 16. faucet7. encounter 17. trousers8. grouchy 18. caution9. rowdy 19. boundary10. laundry 20. doubting 21
  22. 22. Spelling ­ Word SortsClass Work• Complete Spelling Practice Book, page 106, 107 Homework • Spelling test tomorrow. 22
  23. 23. Language Arts ­ Adverbs (p. 416)Class Work• Copy the RULES• Complete 1­20 on pages 416­417 Homework • Extra Practice, page 488 1­25 23
  24. 24. drove slowly 24
  25. 25. Very bigproblem. 25
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  27. 27. Homework Summary for Wednesday January 30, 2013ReadingPractice Book, page 117Math"My Homework" pages 287­288SpellingStudy for examLanguage ArtsExtra Practice, page 488 1­25 27
  28. 28. Attachments 1314158 Analogies TTT.notebook

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