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2.23.12 classwork thursday

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2.23.12 classwork thursday

  1. 1. Imagine that you are a tree. What would you say to theneighborhood children to convince them to come hangout on your branches? Thursday Adolfo Max February 23, 2012 Ramon Ryan Eric Cincere Linder Ricardo Gia Angel Cameron David Andres Joshua Carlos Alan G Alan R Massire Joey Sualee Brianna Christian Elizabeth Jose Brian Johnny Christopher Natalie Nyashia Roxana Matthew Mitzy Emma
  2. 2. Morning WritingAs you are traveling in deep space,one theory is that time expands. Foreach day that you experience inspace, your friend has experienced 10years.Write a series of five letters to a friend,describing what is happening to youand what you assume is happening tothat friend on Earth. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­ leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Daily Warm­Up #7 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsPenguinsTake a handout from the binin the front of the classroom.Use your SMART Clickers toanswer the questions.Return the handout (withyour name written on it) andthe clicker once you arefinished.
  4. 4. Reading ­ Robots Today & Tomorrow (p. 384)Genre ­ Newspaper ArticleNewspaper Articles tellabout current events or trends.They answer the questions who,what, where, when, why and how.Text FeaturesA Headline is a short title about aneven or subject that is designed tograb the readers attention. AByline tells who wrote the article.
  5. 5. Reading ­ Robots Today & Tomorrow (p. 384)If something is mechanical, it is operated bya machine or is machine­like.If an action is repetitive, it is done over andover again.Something limitless has no bounds orrestrictions.
  6. 6. Reading ­ Robots Today & Tomorrow (p. 384)Connect and CompareAnswer questions 1­3 on page 385.
  7. 7. Reading ­ Robots Today & Tomorrow (p. 384) Reading Homework Write a sentence using the three Vocabulary Words: mechanical, repetitive, limitless.Use your notebook. Do not begin the sentence with "I".
  8. 8. Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 205)Problem SolvingExercises 28 ­ 33Exercises 36 ­ 41page 205
  9. 9. Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 205) Math HomeworkFind the GCF of the numbers.1. 15 and 242. 30 and 363. 8 and 204. 14 and 42.Write an answer.5. Describe how you can divide a class of 28students into equal groups.
  10. 10. Language ­ Abbreviations (p. 278)RULESAn abbreviation is a shortened form ofa word.J. Smith Randall Parker Jr.Mon. Jan.Most abbreviations begin with acapital letter and end with a period. Mr. Mrs. Ms. Dr. Oct.
  11. 11. Language ­ Abbreviations (p. 278)Abbreviations are often used in addresses, in lists, and intitles before and after names.Here are some common abbreviations:
  12. 12. Language ­ Abbreviations (p. 278)Guided PracticeSpell the correct abbreviation for each underlined wordbelow1. Governor Ward Otis Long2. Mister Omar Blanchard3. 9:30 in the morning4. Doctor Rita Green5. Thursday, September 20
  13. 13. Language ­ Abbreviations (p. 278)More PracticeExercise 6 ­ 20 on page 279
  14. 14. Language ­ Abbreviations (p. 278) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 60
  15. 15. Religion ­ The Concluding Rites send us out tobe the Body of Christ to others (p. 138)Heavenly Father, strengthen usby your Sons sacrifice.Class WorkRead pages 138 and139.Write the Key Words definition in yournotebook.Copy the Concluding Rites on page 139 inyour notebook.
  16. 16. Religion ­ The Concluding Rites send us out tobe the Body of Christ to others (p. 138) Religion Homework Complete the We Respond activity on page 139.
  17. 17. Science ­ Density; Mixtures and Solutions (p. 451)Do NowRead pages 451­453.How is densitydifferent from massand volume?How is a solutiondifferent from a densitymixture? A measure of how closely packed an objects atoms are.
  18. 18. Science ­ Density; Mixtures and Solutions (p. 451) Density Video
  19. 19. Science ­ Density; Mixtures and Solutions (p. 451) Science Homework All solutions are mixtures, but not all mixtures are solutions. Explain why. Use your notebook.
  20. 20. Social Studies ­ Plymouth Grows (p. 162)First ThanksgivingThis painting was made nearly 300 years ago.How do you think this artist viewed the event?
  21. 21. Social Studies ­ Plymouth Grows (p. 162)Plymouth Colony grew and prospered fromits farming, fishing, and fur trading.As more colonists arrived, fighting broke outbetween them and the nearby NativeAmerican groups. Plymouth Plantation Historical Site
  22. 22. Social Studies ­ Plymouth Grows (p. 162) Social Studies Homework 1. What was one main reason the earliest settlers in New England were at peace with their Wampanoag neighbors? 2. What changes in New England caused the peaceful relations to end? Use your notebook.
  23. 23. Homework Summary ­ Thursday, February 23, 2012Reading1. Write a sentence using the three Vocabulary Words: mechanical, repetitive, limitless.Use your notebook. Do not begin the sentence with "I".2. Study for quiz tomorrow.MathFind the GCF of the numbers.1. 15 and 24 2. 30 and 36 3. 8 and 20 4. 14 and 42.Write an answer.5. Describe how you can divide a class of 28 students into equal groups.Language1. Practice book, page 60Science1. All solutions are mixtures, but not all mixtures are solutions. Explain why.Use your notebook.Social Studies1. What was one main reason the earliest settlers in New England were at peace with theirWampanoag neighbors?2. What changes in New England caused the peaceful relations to end?Use your notebook.Religion1. Complete the We Respond activity on page 139.
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