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3.15.12 classwork thursday


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3.15.12 classwork thursday

  1. 1. If you could fast­forward or rewind to any age, what agewould you be? Explain. Thursday March 15, 2012 Ramon Jose Angel Adolfo Ryan Linder David Brian Natalie Cincere Elizabeth Cameron Andres Gia Alan R Alan G Max Emma Joshua Brianna Mitzy Ricardo Carlos Matthew Christopher Johnny Sualee Christian Roxana Nyashia Massire Joey
  2. 2. Morning Writing 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsImagine you just failed atest that you needed agood grade on in order topass the class. Would youtell your parent about thegrade right away, or wouldyou wait until report cardswere sent home? Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­ leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Reading ­ Party Animals (p. 450)GeneralizationWhen you makegeneralizations, you makebroad statements basedon information from thetext and your ownknowledge.
  4. 4. Reading ­ Party Animals (p. 450)Make Generalization • Generalizations can help readers judge whether information applies in some or most situations. For example, most people like music. • Some generalizations can be recognized by signal words such as all, every, always, or none. • Other generalizations are limited to a few situations and can be recognized by signal words such as some, most, and many.
  5. 5. Reading ­ Party Animals (p. 450) Presidential Requirements Must be at least 35 years old Must be a natural­born citizen of the United States Must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years
  6. 6. Reading ­ Party Animals (p. 450) Reading Homework Use the Vocabulary Words in a sentence.
  7. 7. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename a mixednumber to an improperfraction:Step 1Multiply the whole number bythe denominator.Step 2Add the numerator.
  8. 8. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename an improperfraction to a mixednumber:Step 1Divide the numerator by thedenominator.Step 2Place the REMAINDER in thenumerator.
  9. 9. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename a mixednumber to a decimal:Step 1Divide the numerator by thedenominator.Step 2Add the whole number to thedecimal.
  10. 10. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename a decimal as amixed number: Step 1 Rename the decimal part as a fraction in simplest form. Step 2 Add the whole number.
  11. 11. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)PracticeExercise 13 ­ 48 on page 228
  12. 12. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226) Math Homework Practice book, page 51
  13. 13. Spelling ­ Getting Out the Vote1. contest 11. minute2. content 12. compact3. protest 13. conduct4. combat 14. contract5. permits 15. refuse6. rebel 16. conflict7. present 17. research8. insert 18. excuse9. desert 19. entrance10. subject 20. extract
  14. 14. Spelling ­ Getting Out the Vote
  15. 15. Spelling ­ Word MeaningsWheres the accent?For each of the spelling words above, themeaning varies according to where theaccent is placed. Circle the choice thatbest completes each sentence. Theaccented syllable is shown in bold.
  16. 16. Spelling ­ Word Meanings1. There was a huge conflict between the two candidates. conflict
  17. 17. Spelling ­ Word Meanings2. A special team was assigned to research the voter data. research
  18. 18. Spelling ­ Word Meanings3. The president held a meeting to present his findings. present
  19. 19. Spelling ­ Word Meanings4. Voting only takes one minute of your time. minute
  20. 20. Spelling ­ Word Meanings5. The reporter tried to conduct an interview. conduct
  21. 21. Spelling ­ Word Meanings6. You may refuse to admit how you voted. refuse
  22. 22. Spelling ­ Word Meanings7. The Democrats wanted to contest the results. contest
  23. 23. Spelling ­ Word Meanings8. The government permits every citizen to vote. permits
  24. 24. Spelling ­ Word Meanings9. The Republican President spoke on the subject of war. subject
  25. 25. Spelling ­ Word Meanings10. The content of the Presidents speech was interesting. content
  26. 26. Spelling ­ Word Meanings Spelling Homework Use the Spelling Words in a sentence.
  27. 27. Language Arts ­ Pronoun­Verb Agreement (p. 350) Rules Subject pronouns and verbs must agree. A singular subject pronoun takes a singular verb, and a plural subject pronoun takes a plural verb. She enjoys waterskiing. They enjoy water polo. singular rules Add ­s to most verbs when you use the pronouns he, she and it.
  28. 28. Language Arts ­ Pronoun­Verb Agreement (p. 350)
  29. 29. Language Arts ­ Pronoun­Verb Agreement (p. 350)
  30. 30. Language Arts ­ Pronoun­Verb Agreement (p. 350)
  31. 31. Language Arts ­ Pronoun­Verb Agreement (p. 350) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 71
  32. 32. Homework Summary ­ Thursday, March 15, 2012Reading1. Use Vocabulary Words in a sentence.Math1. Practice book, page 51Spelling1. Use Spelling Words in a sentence.Language Arts1. Practice book, page 71
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