Imagine that you are a hockey puck during a hockeygame. Describe how you feel.                        Monday           Eri...
Morning WritingImagine that you are ashark and all the otherfish in the sea are afraidof you. What would yousay to convinc...
Daily Warm­Up #9The2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June Bugs    AntelopeTake a handout from the binin the front of the classroom...
Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)Talk About ItWhat rights do you thinkall citizens of the UnitedStates should have?What does...
Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)To scald means "to heat to a temperaturejust below the boiling point."Giving permission for...
Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)A fare is the price charged to transport aperson.If you have blurted out something, you sai...
Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)Chiseled means "chipped or shaped by ametal tool called a chisel."Something that is spectac...
Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)  Reading Homework        Practice book,           page 112
fare   fair
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)Equivalent FractionsEquivalent fractions have the same value, even thoughthey may look different....
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)The rule to remember is:    What you do to the top of the fractionyou must also do to the bottom ...
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)And visually it looks like this:                 1                 2   4                 2       ...
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)DividingHere are some more equivalent fractions, this time bydividing:                     ÷3    ...
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)Try ItExercises 1­7 on page 207PracticeExercises 8­13, 19­30 on page 208
Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)      Math Homework        Practice book,           page 44
Spelling ­ Words of the Week
Spelling ­ Words of the Week 1. slogan                     11. global 2. woolen                     12. bushel 3. listen  ...
Language ­ Mixed Review (p. 280)PracticeExercises 1 ­ 20 on page 280
Language ­ Mixed Review (p. 280)       Language Arts         Homework        Study for Quiz
Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140)ReviewReview the definitionsas they are presentedin the chapters KeyWord boxes: •   In...
Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140)We Believe StatementsReview the four statements:• The Introductory Rites brings us tog...
Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140)   Religion Homework        Study for Quiz
Social ­ The French and the Dutch (p. 166)Class Work• Read pages 166 ­ 173• Vocabulary Words definition• Questions 1­6 on ...
Science ­ What Are Kinetic and Potential Energy (p. 470)Class Work• Read pages 472 ­ 476• Vocabulary Words definition• Que...
Homework Summary ­ Monday, February 27, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 112Math1. Practice book, page 44Language Arts1. ...
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  1. 1. Imagine that you are a hockey puck during a hockeygame. Describe how you feel. Monday Eric Cameron February 27, 2012 Max Ryan Adolfo Linder Alan G David Massire Gia Cincere Jose Angel Andres Joshua Ramon Alan R Carlos Natalie Ricardo Emma Brianna Brian Sualee Elizabeth Matthew Johnny Nyashia Mitzy Christopher Joey Roxana Christian
  2. 2. Morning WritingImagine that you are ashark and all the otherfish in the sea are afraidof you. What would yousay to convince themthat you are reallyfriendly? 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 #9The2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June Bugs AntelopeTake 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 ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)Talk About ItWhat rights do you thinkall citizens of the UnitedStates should have?What doesdiscrimination mean toyou?
  5. 5. Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)To scald means "to heat to a temperaturejust below the boiling point."Giving permission for something allows it tohappen.An autograph is a persons signature.
  6. 6. Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)A fare is the price charged to transport aperson.If you have blurted out something, you said itsuddenly, without thinking.Something clenched is closed or squeezedtogether tightly.
  7. 7. Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392)Chiseled means "chipped or shaped by ametal tool called a chisel."Something that is spectacular is very unusualor remarkable.
  8. 8. Reading ­ Civil Rights (p. 392) Reading Homework Practice book, page 112
  9. 9. fare fair
  10. 10. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)Equivalent FractionsEquivalent fractions have the same value, even thoughthey may look different.These fractions are really the same: 1 2 4 2 4 8Why are they the same? Because when you multiply ordivide both the top and bottom by the same number,the fraction keeps its value.
  11. 11. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)The rule to remember is: What you do to the top of the fractionyou must also do to the bottom of the fraction! x2 x2 1 2 4 2 4 8 x2 x2
  12. 12. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)And visually it looks like this: 1 2 4 2 4 8
  13. 13. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)DividingHere are some more equivalent fractions, this time bydividing: ÷3 ÷6 18 6 1 36 12 2 ÷3 ÷6Divide the numerator and the denominator by acommon factor.
  14. 14. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206)Try ItExercises 1­7 on page 207PracticeExercises 8­13, 19­30 on page 208
  15. 15. Math ­ Fractions (p. 206) Math Homework Practice book, page 44
  16. 16. Spelling ­ Words of the Week
  17. 17. Spelling ­ Words of the Week 1. slogan 11. global 2. woolen 12. bushel 3. listen 13. marvel 4. heron 14. barrel 5. frighten 15. practical 6. lengthen 16. pretzel 7. captain 17. fable 8. mountain 18. chuckle 9. sandal 19. angle 10. signal 20. nozzle
  18. 18. Language ­ Mixed Review (p. 280)PracticeExercises 1 ­ 20 on page 280
  19. 19. Language ­ Mixed Review (p. 280) Language Arts Homework Study for Quiz
  20. 20. Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140)ReviewReview the definitionsas they are presentedin the chapters KeyWord boxes: • Introductory Rites (p. 132) • Liturgy of the Word (p. 135) Copy the • Liturgy of the Eucharist (p. 137) Key Words in • Consecration (p. 137) your • Concluding Rites (p. 138) notebook
  21. 21. Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140)We Believe StatementsReview the four statements:• The Introductory Rites brings us together as a community• During the Liturgy of the Word, we listen and respond to the Word of God• During the Liturgy of the Eucharist, we pray the great• prayer of thanksgiving and receive the Body and Blood of Christ• The Concluding Rites send us out to be the Body of Christ to others
  22. 22. Religion ­ Review Chaper 11 (p. 140) Religion Homework Study for Quiz
  23. 23. Social ­ The French and the Dutch (p. 166)Class Work• Read pages 166 ­ 173• Vocabulary Words definition• Questions 1­6 on page 173HomeworkReading Check questions:• page 167• page 169• page 170• page 173Write questions in yournotebook.
  24. 24. Science ­ What Are Kinetic and Potential Energy (p. 470)Class Work• Read pages 472 ­ 476• Vocabulary Words definition• Questions 1­6 on page 477HomeworkCompare & Contrast questions:• page 473• page 475• page 476Write questions in your notebook.
  25. 25. Homework Summary ­ Monday, February 27, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 112Math1. Practice book, page 44Language Arts1. Study for quizReligion1. Study for quizScience1. Compare & Contrast questions on pages 473, 475, and 476Write questions in you notebook.Social Studies1. Reading Check questions on pages 167, 169, 170, and 173Write questions in your notebook.
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