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### 5.8.12 classwork tuesday

1. 1. May 8 is No Socks Day. Pretend that you are a sock.Describe how you will spend your day off duty. Carlos Tuesday Linder May 8, 2012 Johnny Jose Ramon Andres Cameron Christopher Cincere Gia Emma Elizabeth David Brianna Angel Alan R Natalie Mitzy Christian AdolfoBrian Nyashia Sualee Alan G Ricardo Matthew Joshua Roxana Max Massire Ryan Joey
2. 2. Morning WritingThe Saturday beforeMothers Day isNational BabysittersDay. Imagine that youare with a babysitterwhen a storm knocksout the power. Writeabout what happensnext. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
3. 3. Reading ­ Blue Potatoes and Square Watermelons (p. 562)GenreOnline Encyclopedia Entriescontain information aboutreal people, living things,places, situations, or events.Text FeaturesA Hyperlink is an electronic connectionwithin text on a Web page thatprovides direct access to otherdocuments or information.A Key Word is a specific word thathelps you find information whensearching the Internet. It is often typedinto a search box.
4. 4. Reading ­ Blue Potatoes and Green Watermelons (p. 562)Reading HomeworkPractice book, page 160
5. 5. 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
6. 6. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round WholeNumbers withFractions:Step 1:Use a compatiblenumber for the wholenumber.Step 2:Multiply.
7. 7. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)How to Round WholeNumbers withFractions:Step 1:Use a compatiblenumber for the wholenumber.Step 2:Multiply.
8. 8. Math ­ Estimate Products (p. 314)Math HomeworkTextbook page 334, exercise 1­12(Estimate Products)
9. 9. Spelling
10. 10. 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
11. 11. Spelling ­ Word Sorts disobey PULL dis­, in­, mis­ "not" or "the opposite of" incorrect PULL pre­ prewash "before" mistrust
12. 12. Spelling ­ Word SortsIn Justice mistaken incorrect indefinite disable WRITE WORD HERE inexpensivediscolor isobey
13. 13. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ indefinite pre­
14. 14. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ pre­ preview
15. 15. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ dishonest mis­ in­ pre­
16. 16. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ disapprove mis­ in­ pre­
17. 17. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ injustice pre­
18. 18. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­disable mis­ in­ pre­
19. 19. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ misunderstand in­ pre­
20. 20. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ inexpensive pre­
21. 21. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ misjudge in­ pre­
22. 22. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ pre­ preheats
23. 23. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ incorrect pre­
24. 24. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ disobey mis­ in­ pre­
25. 25. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ pre­ prejudge
26. 26. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ discomfort mis­ in­ pre­
27. 27. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ mistrust in­ pre­
28. 28. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ dismount mis­ in­ pre­
29. 29. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ in­ pre­ Prewash
30. 30. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ mis­ Mistaken in­ pre­
31. 31. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ discolor mis­ in­ pre­
32. 32. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word according to its prefix. Then wrtie thewords on the lines below. dis­ disconnect mis­ in­ pre­
33. 33. Spelling ­ Word SortsSpelling HomeworkABC order, ten times each.
34. 34. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Complex Sentences (p. 436)RULESA complex sentence containstwo related ideas joined by aconjunction other than and, butor or. Conjunction such as after,although, because, before, since,until, when, and while are used toconnect related ideas. Whitney has been gardening since she was five. Select the flowers you like before you begin. When they bloom, the flowers will be beautiful.
35. 35. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Complex Sentences (p. 436)Use these joining words, or conjunctions, to connect twoclosely related ideas: after before than when although if though whenever as since unless where because so that until while Think and Write How does knowing about complex sentences help your writing? Write your ideas in your notebook.
36. 36. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Complex Sentences (p. 436)Guided PracticeName the conjunction that joins words and ideas in eachsentence. 1. Whitney likes gardening because it is relaxing. 2. I help her since I enjoy gardening, too. 3. We put on gloves before we start. 4. After we plant the seeds, we pat the soil. 5. When we are done, we water the seeds.
37. 37. Language Arts ­ Combining Sentences: Complex Sentences (p. 436)Language ArtsHomeworkPractice book, page 90
38. 38. Religion ­ We are all called to care for those who are sick (p. 202)Class Work• Read pages 202­203• Complete We Gather• Compose a prayerexpressing hope, faith, andencouragement tosomeone who is suffering.Homework "Jesus, your touch heals."1. When during Mass do we offer aspecial prayer for those who are ill orsick in the parish?2. How can we provide support tothose who are ill?
39. 39. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, May 8, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 160.Math1. Textbook page 334, exercise 1­12 (Estimate Products).Spelling1. ABC order, ten times each.Language1. Practice book, page 90.Religion1. When during Mass do we offer a special prayer for those who are ill or sickin the parish?2. How can we provide support to those who are ill?
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