ChristySamiraLeonKareenaPhiliciaAyannaLilahRemyDonovanMichaelYamileeJessicaLeslieCarlosBryanRicardoAlexisDavidJordanAlejandraKathyDianaIxzaEmilyJaileenJeffreyThursdayMay 16, 2013National Transportation Week is this week. In what waysdo you think transportation will be different 25 years fromnow? In what ways do you think it will be the same?EdwardAdrianette
DO NOW:Write the x7Times Table tentimes.Morning Work
ClassworkSpelling Words (practice book page 179)1. Definitions2. Sentences3. Ten times each
1. We did not plan the _______ of the event properly, so it was unorganized.2. The batter hit the ball with _______, looking effortless.3. Please bring a ________ of sticks for the campfire.4. Since I am group leader, I have to _______ the scouts.5. The wooded _______ gave me a feeling of peace.6. After three failed attempts, we felt _______.7. Her hard work _______ her success in school.8. The silver and gold were _______ together, making the ring look as if it had stripes.bundle coordination frustrated fusedguaranteed scenery supervise easecoordinationeasebundlesceneryfrustratedguaranteedfusedsupervise
ReadingAim: Camping Out(p. 668)Talk About ItHave you everbeen camping? How is camping outdifferent from living at home? Describe anyexperience youve had camping out. Whatdid you do?
Guaranteed means made sure or certain.When you supervise, you watch over anddirect what is going on.Frustrated means to have feelings ofdiscouragement.Coordination is the ability of parts or thingsto work together well.
Ease means to move slowly and carefully.Scenery is the sights of a place or region.A bundle is a group of items held together.Fused means blended or united.
ReadingAim: The Best Fourth ofJuly (p. 670)DictionaryA word can havemany meanings. ADictionary can helpyou decide whichdefinition is appropriate. For example, fusedcan mean "made into a liquid by heating orblended together by melting."
ReadingMonitor ComprehensionMake JudgmentsA Judgments Chart helps youjudge whether or not acharacters actions are agood idea. This will help youmonitor your comprehensionor understanding of the character and thestory. Use your Judgments Chart as youreread "The Best Fourth of July" to makejudgments about Jeans actions.Action Judgment
Action JudgmentLateesh and herbunkmates put offwriting their Fourth ofJuly skit so theircounselor Jean takescontrol.Lateesha and herfriends aresomewhat lazy.The bunkmates puton a skit but no onelaughed.Lateesha and palsresented Jeansideas.Lateesha enjoys ahike to LookawayMountain, butcomplains that shehas to carry heavygear.Lateesha is a bitlazy.Jean apologized fornot listening to thegirls.Jean always meantwell.
ReadingAim: Skunk Scout (p. 672)GenreRealistic Fiction has reallife settings, welldeveloped characters,and realistic problemsand solutions.Monitor ComprehensionMake JudgmentsUse story details to formopinions about thecharacters and their actions.messkit
scout: a person who is sent out to getinformationhawk: a bird of prey with a hooked beak,long claws, broad wings, and keen sightcampsite: a place where people liveoutdoors in tents or other sheltersalibis: excusesgear: equipment needed for some purpose,such as camping
ReadingJournal WritingGood readers monitor their comprehension asthey read. They stop at regular intervals,asking themselves what they have just read. Ifthey have a problem, they use selfcorrectiontechniques such as rereading, generatingquestions, summarizing.Respond to the reading selection and noteany questions you may have.
Social StudiesAim: Exploring the West(p. 354)Lesson:• Define Vocabularywords• Read pages 354360• Write TEN (10) facts about the lessonHomework:• Questions 16 on page 360. Do not write thequestions.
Homework Summary for Thursday May 16, 2013Math"My Homework" pages 617618Social Studies16 on page 360