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5.7.12 classwork monday

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5.7.12 classwork monday

  1. 1. Imagine that you are an animal living in the wild. Whatanimal are you, and what is your favorite time of theyear? Explain. Carlos Jose Monday May 7, 2012 Linder Johnny Cincere Joshua Angel Andres Ramon Adolfo David Alan G Ryan EmmaBrian Gia Cameron Alan R Elizabeth Natalie Brianna Roxana Nyashia Christian Sualee Christopher Max Matthew Mitzy Massire Ricardo Joey
  2. 2. Morning WritingPretend that youwould like to set up alemonade stand toearn some extramoney. Where is thebest location for yournew business? Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  3. 3. Reading ­ Weslandia (p. 546)GenreFantasy has inventedcharacters, settings, or otherelements that could not existin real life.Make Inferences andAnalyzeThemeLook for the overall passage Read to Find Outidea or message that isrepeated throughout the What is the theme ofstory. As you read, use your Weslandia?Theme Chart.
  4. 4. Reading ­ Weslandia (p. 546) What Does What Happens the Character to the Do and Say? Character? Wesley would say The other that he is someone neighborhood who doesnt fit in and children chase and has no friends. torment Wesley. Wesley decides to Wesley gets really grow his own food excited about his crop and start his new project. own civilization. Wesley opens his Fruit appears on garden to the Wesleys plants and it unknown and grows tastes delicious. a new kind of plant. Wesley makes his As Wesley plays his own clothes and games, spectators invents his own look on with envy. games. Its okay to be yourself even if you are different from others. Theme
  5. 5. Reading ­ Weslandia (p. 546)Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 159.Write the two questions in yournotebook and answer themusing complete sentences.
  6. 6. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round MixedNumbers:Step 1:Round the mixednumber to the nearestwhole number.Step 2:Multiply.Remember:With larger numbers,round to the nearest ten. Online Activity CLICK HERE
  7. 7. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round MixedNumbers:Step 1:Round the mixednumber to the nearestwhole number.Step 2:Multiply.Remember:With larger numbers,round to the nearest ten.
  8. 8. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round MixedNumbers:Step 1:Round the mixednumber to the nearestwhole number.Step 2:Multiply.Remember:With larger numbers,round to the nearest ten.
  9. 9. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round MixedNumbers:Step 1:Round the mixednumber to the nearestwhole number.Step 2:Multiply.Remember:With larger numbers,round to the nearest ten.
  10. 10. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round Mixed Class WorkNumbers: Exercise 1­5 on page 315Step 1:Round the mixednumber to the nearest Exercise 6­35 on page 316whole number.Step 2:Multiply.Remember:With larger numbers,round to the nearest ten.
  11. 11. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)Math HomeworkPractice book, page 69
  12. 12. Spelling
  13. 13. Spelling ­ Pretest1. prewash 11. misjudge2. disable 12. discomfort3. discolor 13. dismount4. mistaken 14. misunderstand5. preheats 15. disobey6. mistrust 16. dishonest7. incorrect 17. injustice8. disconnect 18. disapprove9. preview 19. inexpensive10. prejudge 20. indefinite
  14. 14. Spelling ­ PretestSpelling HomeworkSpelling words, ten times each.Make sure you title yourhomework.
  15. 15. Language Arts ­ Interjections (p. 434)RULESAn interjection is aword or group ofwords that expressesstrong feeling.Oh, that looksdelicious.
  16. 16. Language Arts ­ Interjections (p. 434)Use a comma after a mildinterjection.Gee, the menu has manyinteresting dishes.Use an exclamation markafter an interjection thatexpresses very strongfeeling.Wow! Thats my favoritefood.
  17. 17. Language Arts ­ Interjections (p. 434)Guided PracticeName the interjection in each sentence.1. Oh, we have heard about this restaurant for weeks.2. Well, my family wants to eat dinner there.3. Gee, we should go to dinner early.4. My, this restaurant serves great food!5. Oops! Put your napkin in your lap.
  18. 18. Language Arts ­ Interjections (p. 434)Language ArtsHomeworkPractice book, page 89
  19. 19. Religion ­ The Church continues Jesus healing ministry (p. 200)Class Work• Define Key Words• Read pages 200­201• Complete We Gather• Complete We RespondHomework1. In what do we proclaimour faith in the Sacramentof the Anointing of theSick?2. What happens throughthe Sacrament of theAnointing of the Sick?
  20. 20. Social Studies ­ Disagreements Grow (p. 238)Class Work• Define Vocabulary Words• Read pages 239­243• Questions 1­4 (p. 243) THE BOSTON TEA PARTY The colonists who took part in the Boston Tea Party refused to pay for the tea they had destroyed.
  21. 21. Homework Summary ­ Monday, May 7, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 159.2. Answer the questions in your notebook.Math1. Practice book, page 69.Spelling1. Spelling words, ten times each.Language1. Practice book, page 89Religion1. In what do we proclaim our faith in the Sacrament of the Anointing of theSick?2. What happens through the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick?
  22. 22. 4 Reward 10 8­9 7 6 Pizza Party Wheel of Fun Spelling BrainPOP 4­5 Silent Snack 2­3 Class Work 1 No Snack
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