September 12 is Video Games Day. Imagine that youhave been asked to come up with a concept for a newvideo game. Describe i...
Morning WritingToday in 1954, the TV programLassie first aired. It was about adog who lived with a family ona farm. Lassie...
Reading ­ Miss Alaineus (pg. 20)GenreRealistic Fiction uses settings,characters, and events thatcould actually exist.Story...
Character and Plot Chart      Character                PlotSage is hardworking  Starr gives Sage theand responsible. She w...
emotions    negative   connotation           feelings
ClassworkReading ComprehensionWrite questions 1­5 on page 41 and answerusing complete sentences.
Reading HomeworkSummarizeUse your Character and Plot Chart to helpyou summarize Miss Alaineus. Include onlythe most import...
Math ­ Model Fractions and Decimals (p. 23)             three            nine
Math ­ Model Fractions and Decimals (p. 23)                thirty­four                      three         four            ...
Math Homework"My Homework", page 27­28
Spelling    1. jut      11. gush    2. nick     12. scan    3. tenth    13. batch    4. shrug    14. rough    5. stuff    ...
Spelling ­ Word Meanings1.                 cot     bed, crib, _________2.                   laugh     smile, giggle, _____...
DefinitionsWrite the spelling word that matches each definitionbelow.            fling1. throw _________           DAMP2. ...
Directions: Circle the misspelled words in the set ofinstructions. Write the words correctly on the lines below.You will r...
Writing ActivityHave you ever watched or takenpart in a contest? Write adescription of what happened orwhat you think migh...
ELA ­ Imperative and ExclamatorySentences (p. 6) RULES An imperative sentence tells or asks someone to do something. An im...
ELA ­ Imperative and ExclamatorySentences (p. 6) RULES An exclamatory sentence expresses strong feeling. An exclamatory se...
Guided PracticeTell whether each sentence is imperative or exclamatory.1. Please come into the tent.imperative2. Listen to...
More PracticeDirections: Use your SMART Response clickers to answerexercise 6­15 on page 7. Write the sentence in yournote...
Language ArtsHomeworkExtra Practice, exercise 1­25 on page 76.Write the sentences in your HW notebook.
Religion ­ Jesus shows us Gods love (pg. 22)Dear Jesus, help us to live what webelieve.Class Work• Complete "We Gather"• R...
forgiveness
outgoingfunny         loyalgood company energetic risk takeractive           sarcasticcool     smart     lazy
Science ­ What Is the Structure of Matter?(p. 436)Class Work• Read pages 438­445• Define Vocabulary Words• Answer question...
Specials      Monday ­ Music      Tuesday ­ GymThursday ­ Library/Computer
Homework Summary ­ Wednesday September 12, 2012Reading1. Use your Character and Plot Chart to help you summarize   Miss Al...
Range: Mode:Median: Mean:Reward10 Pizza Party8­9 Wheel of Fun7 Spelling6 BrainPOP4­5 Silent Snack2­3 Class Work1 No Snack
Today is first day of school. Imagine that you have justanonymously received the perfect gift. Write about whatit is and h...
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  1. 1. September 12 is Video Games Day. Imagine that youhave been asked to come up with a concept for a newvideo game. Describe it. Wednesday Donovan September 12, 2012 Christy Emily Bryan Leslie Ayanna Michael Jackeline AlexisJaileen Andrianete Cindy Philicia Remy Ricardo Ixza Jordan Jessica David Jose Diana Lilah Kathy Kareena Alejandra Samira Carlos Edward Yamilee Jeffrey Leon Daeshawn Dariel Ericka
  2. 2. Morning WritingToday in 1954, the TV programLassie first aired. It was about adog who lived with a family ona farm. Lassie was brave andintelligent; she sometimes evensaved peoples lives.Prompt: Imagine you are starring in a TVprogram that features an animal as your bestfriend. Which animal would you choose forthe role? What would you name it?
  3. 3. Reading ­ Miss Alaineus (pg. 20)GenreRealistic Fiction uses settings,characters, and events thatcould actually exist.Story StructureCharacter and PlotAs you read, use your Characterand Plot Chart.Read to Find OutHow does the kind of personSage is affect the plot?
  4. 4. Character and Plot Chart Character PlotSage is hardworking Starr gives Sage theand responsible. She words she missed inis concerned about a rush, so Sage maymissing assignments have misunderstoodwhen she is sick. some of them. Miss Alaineus is aSage is proud that woman pictured onshe can make up a spaghetti box. Shedefinitions. is not a real person. Sage defines andSage is spellsembarrassed. "miscellaneous" incorrectly. Sage thinks hersage is frightened. reputation at school will be ruined. Sage solves herSage learns to laugh problem by dressingat herself. as "Miss Alaineus."
  5. 5. emotions negative connotation feelings
  6. 6. ClassworkReading ComprehensionWrite questions 1­5 on page 41 and answerusing complete sentences.
  7. 7. Reading HomeworkSummarizeUse your Character and Plot Chart to helpyou summarize Miss Alaineus. Include onlythe most important events that lead toSages creative solution to her problem.
  8. 8. Math ­ Model Fractions and Decimals (p. 23) three nine
  9. 9. Math ­ Model Fractions and Decimals (p. 23) thirty­four three four eighty hundredths ones tenth hundredth
  10. 10. Math Homework"My Homework", page 27­28
  11. 11. Spelling 1. jut 11. gush 2. nick 12. scan 3. tenth 13. batch 4. shrug 14. rough 5. stuff 15. stump 6. sense 16. tough 7. damp 17. laugh 8. cot 18. guess 9. fling 19. lead 10. notch 20. dove
  12. 12. Spelling ­ Word Meanings1. cot bed, crib, _________2. laugh smile, giggle, _________3. dove robin, wren, _________4. wet, moist, _________ damp5. fling toss, throw, _________
  13. 13. DefinitionsWrite the spelling word that matches each definitionbelow. fling1. throw _________ DAMP2. wet _________ Cot3. small bed _________ Gush4. pour out _________ notch5. mark _________ Jut6. stick out _________ Dove7. bird _________ Nick8. small cut _________ Stump9. confuse _________10. not smooth _________ Rough11. batch group ________12. Scan read quickly _________
  14. 14. Directions: Circle the misspelled words in the set ofinstructions. Write the words correctly on the lines below.You will receive a list of ten words for the spelling bee.Before the contest begins, skain the list of words. Thetinth word on the list is a bonus word. Its spelling isunusual and may stumpe you. You will get an extrapoint if you spell the bonus word correctly. Here are some tips for the contest. If a word doesnot make cents to you, ask to hear it again. If you arenot sure how to spell a word, take a gess. Last but notleast, dont worry if your hands feel dap. That justmeans you are feeling a little nervous.
  15. 15. Writing ActivityHave you ever watched or takenpart in a contest? Write adescription of what happened orwhat you think might happen ata contest, using six spellingwords.
  16. 16. ELA ­ Imperative and ExclamatorySentences (p. 6) RULES An imperative sentence tells or asks someone to do something. An imperative sentence ends with a period.Dont go outsidePlease stay in the house.
  17. 17. ELA ­ Imperative and ExclamatorySentences (p. 6) RULES An exclamatory sentence expresses strong feeling. An exclamatory sentence ends with an exclamation mark.Oh, look at this!How funny it is!What a lot of noise it makes!
  18. 18. Guided PracticeTell whether each sentence is imperative or exclamatory.1. Please come into the tent.imperative2. Listen to the strange noise. imperative3. Oh, its a skunk! exclamatory4. What a terrible smell there is! exclamatory5. How I wish we were somewhere else! exclamatory imperative exclamatory
  19. 19. More PracticeDirections: Use your SMART Response clickers to answerexercise 6­15 on page 7. Write the sentence in yournotebook.A) imperativeB) exclamatoryC) .D) !
  20. 20. Language ArtsHomeworkExtra Practice, exercise 1­25 on page 76.Write the sentences in your HW notebook.
  21. 21. Religion ­ Jesus shows us Gods love (pg. 22)Dear Jesus, help us to live what webelieve.Class Work• Complete "We Gather"• Read pages 22­23• Write five facts about the chapterHomework1. Where do we read stories about Jesus life?2. How does Jesus show others Gods love?
  22. 22. forgiveness
  23. 23. outgoingfunny loyalgood company energetic risk takeractive sarcasticcool smart lazy
  24. 24. Science ­ What Is the Structure of Matter?(p. 436)Class Work• Read pages 438­445• Define Vocabulary Words• Answer questions 1­6 on page 445. Write the questions in your notebook.
  25. 25. Specials Monday ­ Music Tuesday ­ GymThursday ­ Library/Computer
  26. 26. Homework Summary ­ Wednesday September 12, 2012Reading1. Use your Character and Plot Chart to help you summarize Miss Alaineus. Include only the most important events that lead to Sages creative solution to her problem.Math1. "My Homework" on page 27­28Language Arts1. Extra Practice, exercise 1­25 on page 76. Write the sentences in your HW notebook.Religion1. Where do we read stories about Jesus life?2. How does Jesus show others Gods love?
  27. 27. Range: Mode:Median: Mean:Reward10 Pizza Party8­9 Wheel of Fun7 Spelling6 BrainPOP4­5 Silent Snack2­3 Class Work1 No Snack
  28. 28. Today is first day of school. Imagine that you have justanonymously received the perfect gift. Write about whatit is and how you will figure out who gave it to you. Wednesday September 5, 2012 Emily Ayanna Bryan Jaileen Christy Leslie Jackeline Andrianete Philicia Cindy Ixza Ricardo Leon Jessica Alexis Michael David Donovan Jordan Kareena Lilah Yamilee Remy Kathy Alejandra Diana Carlos Jeffrey Samira Jose Daeshawn Dariel Ericka Edward

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