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3.7.13 classwork thursday

  1. 1. Imagine you are an animal living on a farm or in a zoo.Describe what your everyday life would be like. Thursday March 7, 2013 Jessica Bryan JaileenLeslieRemyRicardo Emily Alexis Ayanna Donovan Lilah Samira Kathy Jeffrey Kareena Leon Yamilee Diana Christy Alejandra Michael Jordan Adrianette Carlos Philicia Edward David Ixza
  2. 2. Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x6Times Table tentimes.
  3. 3. ReadingAim: The Fox and theCrow (p. 506)Fables are stories that aremeant to teach a lesson, often throughthe actions of animals that act like people.The Moral of a fable is the lesson it illustrates,which the reader can apply to his or her life.Metaphor is a type of figurative language thatcompares two different things or actions toshow a likeness between them without using"like" or "as."
  4. 4. Flow like a butterfly andsting like a bee.The time is flying by.
  5. 5. idioml ts raining catsand dogs.
  6. 6. Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 144Study for exam
  7. 7. MathAim: Multiply Decimals byPowers of Ten (p. 411)Lesson:• Guided Practice 1­3• Independent Practice 4­15• Problem Solving 16­21Homework:• "My Homework" pages 415­416
  8. 8. Spelling 1. distance 11. assistance 2. importance 12. ignorance 3. balance 13. brilliance 4. attendance 14. ambulance 5. absence 15. residence 6. performance 16. radiance 7. dependence 17. resistance 8. substance 18. reluctance 9. disturbance 19. persistence 10. appearance 20. hesitance
  9. 9. SpellingAim: Review and ProofreadLesson:• Practice book, pages 123 and 125.Homework:• Study for test tomorrow.
  10. 10. ReligionAim: Confirmation calls thoseanointed to live out their Baptismas witnesses of Jesus Christ.(p. 114)Lesson:• Complete We Gather activity.• Read pages 114­115.• Write FIVE (5) facts about the chapter.• Complete We Respond activity.
  11. 11. The fruits of the HolySpirit: gentleness love patience kindness peace generosity faithfulness joy self­control
  12. 12. ReligionHomework:1. What happens when we respond to the gifts of the Holy Spirit?2. How can we become witnesses of Jesus Christ?
  13. 13. Language ArtsAim: Pronouns, Contractions,and Homophones• Its, their, and your are possessive pronouns.• Its, theyre, and youre are contractions.• These possessive pronouns and contractions are homophones, words that sound the same, but are spelled differently.• Contractions always use apostrophes.
  14. 14. Language ArtsLesson:• Guided Practice 1­5, page 356• More Practice 6­15, page 357Homework:• Grammar Practice book, page 122.
  15. 15. Homework Summary for Thursday March 7, 2013ReadingPractice Book, page 144Study for examMath"My Homework" pages 415­416Language ArtsGrammar Practice Book, page 122SpellingStudy for examReligion1. What happens when we respond to the gifts of the Holy Spirit?2. How can we become witnesses of Jesus Christ?
  16. 16. Attachments 1314158 Analogies TTT.notebook