3.20.12 classwork tuesday

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3.20.12 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. Think of a favorite television show that you watchedwhen you were younger. What was it called? Why didyou like to watch it? Tuesday March 20, 2012 Ryan Cameron Andres Linder David Cincere Angel Jose Gia Adolfo Alan G Ramon Natalie Emma Brianna Carlos Alan R Elizabeth Brian Ricardo Christopher Sualee Joshua Johnny Matthew Mitzy Max Roxana Nyashia Massire Christian Joey
  2. 2. Morning Writing The 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June Bugs first day of spring is also National Agriculture Day. Describe something unique that you and your classmates could plant in your schoolyard for students to enjoy now and in the future. Use your imagination. 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 ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452)GenreA Nonfiction Article in anewspaper or magazinepresents facts andinformation.EvaluateMake GeneralizationsA generalization is a broadstatement that is made bycombining the facts presented in atext with the readers own priorknowledge.
  4. 4. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452) Generalizations Chart (p. 128) More people in Information the 45­59 age from Text group voted in 2004
  5. 5. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452) Generalizations Chart (p. 128) Signal Words disrespectful, worst, unenthusiastic­ ally
  6. 6. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452) Generalizations Chart (p. 128) in 1996 voter turnout sank to 48.9%. Even in 1960, Prior the election with Knowledge the highest voter turnout, only 63% of eligible voters went to the polls.
  7. 7. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452) Generalizations Chart (p. 128) Many Americans do not feel compelled to vote. Young Generalization people are less interested in voting than older Americans.
  8. 8. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452)SummarizeSummarize the selection by paraphrasingthe most important points that the authormakes.Think and CompareAnswer questions 1­4 on page 455. Write thequestions and answer using completesentences.
  9. 9. Reading ­ Getting Out the Vote (p. 452) Reading HomeworkWrite a paragraph about why it isimportant for people to vote. Use your notebook.
  10. 10. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename a mixednumber to an improperfraction:Step 1Multiply the whole number bythe denominator.Step 2Add the numerator.
  11. 11. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename an improperfraction to a mixednumber:Step 1Divide the numerator by thedenominator.Step 2Place the REMAINDER in thenumerator.
  12. 12. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Rename a mixednumber to a decimal:Step 1Divide the numerator by thedenominator.Step 2Add the whole number to thedecimal.
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226)Extra PracticeMixed Numbers:Exercise 1 ­ 12 on page 241
  15. 15. Math ­ Mixed Numbers (p. 226) Math Homework Mixed Numbers handout
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. Spelling ­ Getting Out the Vote
  18. 18. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Spiral Review doubting allow caution
  19. 19. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Proofread and WriteHe was contant to wait for her atthe entrence to the polls.
  20. 20. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Proofread and WriteShe was eager to prezent herresurch on young voters.
  21. 21. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Proofread and WriteThere is a minut flaw in thecontrack.
  22. 22. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread     A small crowd gathered outside the White House to hear the President speak. The subjeckt of his speech was voting. A team of experts had done resurch about how many people actually voted. "There is no eksuse for not voting," he began. "The Constitution purmits each of you to take part in the election process. I intend to conduckt a survey asking people why they chose not to vote. When I have that information, I will preesent it to you so that we may work on solving this problem?
  23. 23. Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityWrite a paragraph about what you coulddo to encourage more people to vote inpresidential elections. Use four words fromyour spelling list.
  24. 24. Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Spelling Homework Vocabulary Word Map handout Study for test tomorrow
  25. 25. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) Rules You can combine sentences that have subject pronouns. He thought of forming a committee. She thought of forming a committee. They thought of forming a committee.
  26. 26. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) The verb must agree with the new plural subject pronoun. I want the job. We want the job. She wants the job
  27. 27. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) You can also combine sentences by joining the object pronouns that share the same action. Use and, but, or or to form a compound object.Many ideas came from him. Many ideas came from me.Many ideas came from him and me.
  28. 28. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) Combine two sentences with pronouns when the action is the same. The verb will take a plural form.He shares the job. He and she share the job.She shares the job.
  29. 29. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) 1. The meeting was led by her and him. her him he 2. He and I took notes on the discussion. I 3. She and he listened to our ideas. she he 4. You and they can join the committee, too.you they 5. She and I had an idea. she I he they she him you I her
  30. 30. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352)More Practiceexercise 6 ­ 20.Writing Activity ­ A LetterWrite a letter to your teacher suggesting one way toimprove your school. Explain how your idea will make adifference. Stick to your topic.APPLY GRAMMAR: Combine sentences with pronouns.
  31. 31. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns (p. 352) Language Homework Practice Book, page 72
  32. 32. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, March 20, 2012Reading1. Write a paragraph about why it is important for peopleto vote. Use your notebook.Math1. Mixed Numbers ­ handoutSpelling1. Vocabulary Word Map ­ handout2. Study for quizLanguage Arts1. Practice book, page 72
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