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3.21.12 classwork wednesday

  1. 1. Imagine that you have been hired to create a newcereal that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, anddinner. Describe what you would create. Wednesday March 21, 2012 Carlos Cameron Ryan Cincere Adolfo Linder Jose Mitzy David Angel Ramon Natalie Emma Gia Joey Brianna Ricardo Joshua Matthew Alan R Sualee Elizabeth Alan G Andres Christopher Roxana Brian Christian Johnny Massire Nyashia Max
  2. 2. Morning Writing 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsThe first round­the­worldballoon flight happened onthis day in 1999. If you hadthe opportunity to travel andsee the world from a hot­airballoon, would you? Explain.Write neatly, skipping a line, anduse loose­leaf (lined) paper.Hand in once you are finished.The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Reading ­ Welcome to Russia (p. 456)Test StrategyOn My OwnThe answer is not inthe selection. Forman opinion aboutwhat you read forquestions 4 and 5.
  4. 4. Welcome to Russia Grade: 5 Subject: Reading Date: March 21, 2012
  5. 5. 1 Which of the following statements is true about Russia? A It is a communist country now. B It is a small country. C It is rich in natural resources and culture. D Russia has been renamed the Soviet Union
  6. 6. 2 How do you think the Cold War affected people in our country? A Few people were able to travel to the U.S.S.R. The U.S.S.R. was the biggest country in the B world and the most respected. Americans feared that the Cold War would C become a real war. Our cultural events were no longer being D held
  7. 7. 3 Which of the following statements can be made about a communist country? A The government controls the economy. It depends on natural resources to make B money. C It prefers to fight wars with all its enemies. D It values culture more than business.
  8. 8. 4 Why do you think Russia was "a riddle wrapped in a mystery"?
  9. 9. 5 Why is it important for countries around the world to work together? Explain your answer.
  10. 10. Reading ­ Welcome to Russia (p. 456) Reading HomeworkIf you could form a political party thatrepresented your interests and concernsabout conditions in your school, home, orneighborhood, what would it be called?Write an essay explaining what your partywould stand for.
  11. 11. Math ­ Compare and Order Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals (p. 230)How To Order MixedNumbers: Step 1 Compare the whole numbers. The number with the greater whole number is the greater number. Step 2 When two mixed numbers have the same whole numbers, compare the fractions. Step 3 Rewrite the fractions with the same denominators.
  12. 12. Math ­ Compare and Order Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals (p. 230)How To Order MixedNumbers: Step 1 Compare the whole numbers. The number with the greater whole number is the greater number. Step 2 When two mixed numbers have the same whole numbers, compare the fractions. Step 3 Rewrite the fractions with the same denominators.
  13. 13. Math ­ Compare and Order Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals (p. 230)How To Order MixedNumbers and Decimals: Step 1 Change the mixed number to a decimal or change the decimal to a mixed number. Step 2 Compare the decimals or mixed numbers.
  14. 14. Math ­ Compare and Order Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals (p. 230)How To Order MixedNumbers and Decimals: Step 1 Change the mixed number to a decimal or change the decimal to a mixed number. Step 2 Compare the decimals or mixed numbers.
  15. 15. Math ­ Compare and Order Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals (p. 230) Math Homework Practice book, page 52
  16. 16. Spelling ­ Test
  17. 17. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354) Rules A possessive pronoun can take the place of a possessive noun. It shows who or what has or owns something. Alyssas book is on the table. Her book is on the table.
  18. 18. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354) Rules Some possessive pronouns (my, your, his, its, our, their) are used before nouns. My yard. His neighbor has a new car. The possessive pronouns mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, and theirs can stand alone and function as nouns. The car is hers. Theirs is a red car.
  19. 19. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354) Use possessive pronouns to show ownership. The baseball bat belongs to me. It is my baseball bat. The baseball bat is mine.
  20. 20. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354)
  21. 21. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354)More Practiceexercise 6 ­ 20.Writing Activity ­ A ParagraphCompare two ways to raise money for your school. Tellthe pros and cons of each method. End your paragraphwith a strong conclusion.APPLY GRAMMAR: Circle each possessive pronoun thatyou use.
  22. 22. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354)
  23. 23. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354)
  24. 24. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354)
  25. 25. Language Arts ­ Possessive Pronouns (p. 354) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 73
  26. 26. Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, March 21, 2012Reading1. If you could form a political party that represented your interests and concerns aboutconditions in your school, home, or neighborhood, what would it be called?Write an essay explaining what your party would stand for.2. Study for quizMath1. Practice book, page 52Language Arts1. Practice book, page 73Religion1. Page 72­73. Write a short essay on the importance of water in the Bible.2. Page 112. Pick 3 of the 7 gifts of the Holy Spirt and give an example of how to practicethem in your daily life.Library1. Bring your book, "Hatchet."2. Read chapters 1­5
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