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1.31.12 classwork tuesday

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1.31.12 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. Writing Journal: Uh­oh! A winter storm warning has just been issued for your area. Describe what you and your family will do to prepare for it. Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Cincere Ricardo Ramon Natalie Alan Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Linder Brian Christian Christopher Angel Matthew Ryan Sualee Alan
  2. 2. Writing Activity What would your family rather do together: go bowling, see a movie, play a board game, or have an indoor picnic? Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Morning Reading ­ Word MeaningsContext CluesMayo Cornelius Higgins raised his arms high to the skyand spread them wide. He glanced furtively around. Itwas all right. There was no one to see him greeting thecoming sunrise. Do you know what the word furtively means?
  4. 4. Morning Reading ­ Word Meanings Context Clues Synonyms Words that have nearly the same meanings. Examples Words that show what another word means Definitions Words that tell what another word means. Words that tell you more about a word, such Descriptions as by comparison or by explaining an action it causes.
  5. 5. Morning Reading ­ Word Meanings Synonyms Words that have nearly the same meanings. Examples Words that show what another word meansSynonyms Definitions Words that tell what another word means. Words that tell you more about a word, such Descriptions as by comparison or by explaining an action it causes. We expected a village or rude dwellings and were surprised to find neat, modern houses instead.
  6. 6. Morning Reading ­ Word Meanings Synonyms Words that have nearly the same meanings. Examples Words that show what another word meansExamples Definitions Words that tell what another word means. Words that tell you more about a word, such Descriptions as by comparison or by explaining an action it causes.He spoke to Julie, who was a paleontologistfrom the university. She told him the bestplaces to look for fossils after he promisednot to take any home as souvenirs.
  7. 7. Morning Reading ­ Word Meanings Synonyms Words that have nearly the same meanings. Examples Words that show what another word meansDefinitions Definitions Words that tell what another word means. Words that tell you more about a word, such Descriptions as by comparison or by explaining an action it causes.He was a compelling speaker who held theaudiences attention, but what he said wasall moonshine. When you thought about it,nothing he said made any sense.
  8. 8. Morning Reading ­ Word Meanings Synonyms Words that have nearly the same meanings. Examples Words that show what another word meansDescriptions Definitions Words that tell what another word means. Words that tell you more about a word, such Descriptions as by comparison or by explaining an action it causes.Bears may look slow, lumbering animals, butthey can move with alacrity when they feelthreatened.
  9. 9. Reading­Keeping the Wilderness Wild (p.322)Test StrategyThink and SearchRead on to find theanswer. Look forinformation in morethan one place.
  10. 10. 1 Which of the following statements is an opinion the fourth­grade class would agree with? Graybeard Wilderness is a nature preserve in A North Carolina. Graybeard Wilderness is a quiet place, loved B by hikers. It is okay to cut down trees inside the C preserve. D Camping causes soil erosion and pollution.
  11. 11. 2 What are some threats to Graybeard Wilderness? A the peace and quiet B wilderness programs C loud noises D switchbacks and development
  12. 12. 3 "Switchbacks" are made by park rangers creating hiking trails in the A wilderness. animals such as deer walking through the B forest. people who do not stay on the trail and who C crush plants. water rushing down the mountain and D flooding campsites.
  13. 13. Reading ­ Beyond the Horizon (p. 318) Reading Homework Study for quiz tomorrow.
  14. 14. Math ­ Read and Make Bar Graphs (p. 160)
  15. 15. Math ­ Read and Make Bar Graphs (p. 160)
  16. 16. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)histograma bar graph thatshows frequency ofdata within equalintervals
  17. 17. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  18. 18. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)Try ItExercise 1­3, page163
  19. 19. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  20. 20. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  21. 21. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  22. 22. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  23. 23. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164)
  24. 24. Math ­ Read and Make Histograms (p. 164) Math Homework Practice book, page 35
  25. 25. Spelling ­ Pretest
  26. 26. Spelling ­ Pretest1. dozen 11. reserve2. beside 12. embrace3. motion 13. coastal4. appoint 14. python5. season 15. govern6. phony 16. scorching7. observe 17. flurry8. active 18. canvas9. restore 19. copper10. expert 20. cocoon
  27. 27. Spelling ­ Pretest Spelling Homework Vocabulary Word Map Handout
  28. 28. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, January 31, 2012Reading1. Study for quiz tomorrowMath1. Practice book, page 35Spelling1. Vocabulary Word Map handout
  29. 29. KEY Score Payment 0­3: $10 debit 4­5: $5 debit9 6: $0 7: $2 credit 8: $3 credit 9: $4 credit 10: $10 credit Range: Mode: Median: Mean:
  30. 30. Class JobsTeachers Assistant - $15/pay periodBanker/Cashier - $20/$15Cell Box Carrier - $4/dayLine Leader - $4/dayCaboose - $3/daySubstitute - $7/daySnacks Leader - $4/dayHomework - $5/checkReminder - $2/dayHonor Roll - $30Math Achievement - $25Language Achievement - $25Citizenship - $20Birthday - $15
  31. 31. Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadCircle the misspelled words in the passage. Write thewords correctly in your notebook. Althogh much has been done to pretect the environment from rekless activities, there are many things that we can do to impruve our surroundings. My school has an environmental club. A local business is our pardner. We are raising money to restore a neearby grasland. We dont want it covered in concreet someday.
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