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4.23.13 classwork tuesday

  1. 1. ChristySamiraLeonKareenaPhiliciaAyannaLilahRemyDonovanMichaelYamilee JessicaLeslieCarlosBryanRicardoAlexisDavidJordan AlejandraKathyDianaIxzaEmilyJaileenJeffreyTuesdayApril 23, 2013The first movie theater opened in New York City on April23, 1896. Would you rather watch your favorite movie atthe theater or at your own house? Explain.EdwardAdrianette
  2. 2. DO NOW:Write the x10Times Table tentimes.Morning Work
  3. 3. ReadingAim: Whales(p. 604)Talk About ItWhat are somewords that cometo mind when youthink aboutwhales? How many different kinds of whalesdo you know about?
  4. 4. Ventured means "risked or dared to go."Emerged means "came into view."Someone who is unreasonable is not usinggood sense.An attraction is something that pulls peopleor objects to it.
  5. 5. If you inquire about something, you try toget information by asking questions.Discussions are talks to exchange opinionson a subject.Someone who is sprawled is spread outawkwardly or carelessly.Focused means "concentrated onsomeone or something."
  6. 6. ReadingAim: A Song forMakaio (p. 606)Word PartsWords can haveroots from otherlanguages. For example, attraction has theLatin Root tract, which means "to draw or pull."The root can hep you figure out thatattraction means "the act of drawing orpulling something near."
  7. 7. ReadingGenerate QuestionsSummarizeA Summary Chart helpsyou answer questionsabout what happens atthe beginning, middle,and end of a story.
  8. 8. ReadingAim: The Gri Gri Tree(p. 608)GenreRealistic Fiction hasreal­life settings, well­developed characters,and realistic problemsand solutions.
  9. 9. chica: girlmerengues: Dominican dances, or themusic for these dances.amigos: friendsfiestas: parties
  10. 10. The girl sees what she thinks is asea monster.The neighbors think the girlimagined the monster, but itappears a second time.The villagers decide to makeup a friendly story about themonster, and choose Ana Rosato write about it.Ana Rosa sees a sea monster,but people think she imaginedit. Then the monster appears asecond time, and the villagerssee it. They plan ways to makethe sea monster more friendlyfor tourists. Ana Rosa writes astory about the sea monster.Everyone loves her story.
  11. 11. ReadingThink and CompareAnswer questions 1­6 inyour notebook. Writethe questions ANDanswer using COMPLETEsentences.HomeworkUse your Summary Chart to help yousummarize "The Gri Gri Tree." When youprepare your summary, be sure to includeonly important events and details.
  12. 12. MathAim: Hands On ­ MapLocations (p. 519)Lesson:• Complete pages 519­522Homework:• "My Homework" pages 523­524• Study for exam
  13. 13. Spelling1. astronaut 11. telescope2. telephone 12. mythical3. automobile 13. telegraph4. photography 14. mechanic5. mechanical 15. telegram6. myth 16. telephoto7. television 17. autograph8. phonics 18. astronomer9. automatic 19. disaster10. photograph 20. homophone
  14. 14. SpellingAim: Pretest (667G)Lesson:• Complete pages 161­162.Homework:• Spelling words ten times each.
  15. 15. ReligionAim: The Introductory Rites bringus together as a community (p. 132)Lesson:• Complete "We Gather"• Read pp. 132­133• Define Key Word• Complete "We Respond" p. 133 in textbook• Write FIVE (5) facts about the chapterHomework1. What are the Introductory Rites?2. Who are some of the people involved in thecelbration of the liturgy?
  16. 16. Homework Summary for Tuesday April 23, 2013ReadingUse your Summary Chart to help you summarize "The Gri GriTree." When you prepare your summary, be sure to include onlyimportant events and details.Math"My Homework" pages 523­524SpellingSpelling words ten times eachReligion1. What are the Introductory Rites?2. Who are some of the people involved in the celbration ofthe liturgy?
  17. 17. Attachments1314158Analogies TTT.notebook