403 Homework 2/6/20

Chapter 6 Test Tomorrow

Review your incorrect answers from the Chapter 6 Review


DUE 2/7/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Reading Response: None
    • Focus on writing
  • i-Ready Reading
        • 30 minutes per week
        • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
        • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Revise Draft
    • Transitions
      • Consequently
      • As a result
      • In comparison
      • Because of this
    • Elaboration
      • Dates
      • Quotes
      • Sources
    • Craft
      • Glossary vocabulary
      • Figurative language

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: 5 and 11, thrice
    • Next will be 6 and 12, if you want a head start

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All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper
Sample Math Scrap paper

Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Graphic organizer for solving math problems
Use the Tables sheet for completing homework

Blank multiplication and division tables worksheet


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Check your notebook for the assignmen

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 2/5/20

DUE 2/6/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Reading Response: None
    • Focus on writing
  • i-Ready Reading
        • 30 minutes per week
        • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
        • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Revise Draft
    • This includes adding additional research information
      • Keep track of your sources
    • Complete the Self-Reflection

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: 4 and 10, twice each
    • Next will be 5 and 11, if you want a head start

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All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper
Sample Math Scrap paper

Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Graphic organizer for solving math problems
Use the Tables sheet for completing homework

Blank multiplication and division tables worksheet


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Check your notebook for the assignmen

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 2/4/20

DUE 2/5/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Reading Response: None
    • Focus on writing
  • i-Ready Reading
        • 30 minutes per week
        • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
        • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Revise Draft
    • This includes adding additional research information
      • Keep track of your sources
    • Complete the checklist
      • Anything checked YES must be underlined in your draft

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: 3 and 9, twice each
    • Next will be 4 and 10, if you want a head start

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All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper
Sample Math Scrap paper

Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Graphic organizer for solving math problems
Use the Tables sheet for completing homework

Blank multiplication and division tables worksheet


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Study for the Quiz
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 2/3/20

DUE 2/4/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Reading Response: None
    • Focus on drafting
  • i-Ready Reading
        • 30 minutes per week
        • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
        • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Finish Draft
    • This includes revising Chapter 1 Summaries to no more than 8 sentences
    • Do not write a Conclusion

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: None
    • Next will be 3 and 9, if you want a head start

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All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper
Sample Math Scrap paper

Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Graphic organizer for solving math problems
Use the Tables sheet for completing homework

Blank multiplication and division tables worksheet


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Study for the Quiz
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 1/31/20

DUE 2/3/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 60 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text
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Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5 Rubric/Checklist

  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Have one topic idea for each chapter of your American Revolution book
  • Have two section ideas to go with each topic idea
    • See your notebook for an example
  • Be prepared to draft the chapters on Monday

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: 2, 8 four times each
    • Next will be 3 and 9, if you want a head start

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All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper
Sample Math Scrap paper

Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Graphic organizer for solving math problems
Use the Tables sheet for completing homework

Blank multiplication and division tables worksheet


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Study for the Quiz
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 1/30/20

DUE 1/31/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text
Part to Whole.png

Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5 Rubric/Checklist

  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Have one topic idea for each chapter of your American Revolution book
  • Have two section ideas to go with each topic idea
    • See your notebook for an example

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Times/Division Tables: 3, 4 twice
    • Next will be 2 and 8, if you want a head start

Think Central Login Page.png

All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper


Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Use the Tables sheet for completing homework


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Study for the Quiz
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 1/29/20

DUE 1/30/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text
Part to Whole.png

Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5 Rubric/Checklist

  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • None

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Mad Minute
  • Times/Division Tables: 9, 12 twice
    • Next will be 3 and 4, if you want a head start

Think Central Login Page.png

All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper


Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Use the Tables sheet for completing homework


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Study for the Quiz
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

403 Homework 1/28/20

DUE 1/29/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text

Part to Whole.png

  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: Theme
    • What is the theme of Samuel’s Choice?
    • Use evidence from across the text (beginning. middle, and end) to support your claim

Cover


RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Draft a Summary of the American Revolution using your notes and research
    • This should be done on Draft Paper
    • This will be included in Chapter 1 of our American Revolution books

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Mad Minute
  • Times/Division Tables: 7, 11 twice
    • Next will be 9 and 12, if you want a head start

Think Central Login Page.png

All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper


Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Use the Tables sheet for completing homework


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Quiz – Tuesday, 1/28
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

 

403 Homework 1/27/20

DUE 1/28/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 30 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole RL 4.5
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text
  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

Part to Whole.png

 

RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • Draft a Summary of the American Revolution using your notes and research
    • This should be done on Draft Paper
    • This will be included in Chapter 1 of our American Revolution books

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Mad Minute
  • Times/Division Tables: 8, 9 twice
    • Next will be 7 and 11, if you want a head start

Think Central Login Page.png

All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper


Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Use the Tables sheet for completing homework


Social Studies

  • Continue to organize and add to your research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Quiz – Tuesday, 1/28
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”

 

403 Homework 1/24/20

Happy Lunar New Year!!


DUE 1/27/20

Reading

  • Read and jot in your Historical Fiction book for at least 60 minutes
    • You may also use Epic or Myon
  • Bring research information for your group that’s related to your focus questions
    • Research can be from a book or a website, but keep track of where you found the information!
  • Reading Response: Analyzing Perspective RL 4.6
    • Use the new Reading Response format and heading:
      • State the standard
      • Explain what the standard means
      • Describe the level you’re working at, using information from the Rubric/Checklist
      • Make your claim
      • Support your claim with a quote from the text
  • i-Ready Reading
      • 30 minutes per week
      • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
      • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Read-Aloud Response: None

 

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RR Inference Example

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 1

RR Inference Example pg2

Reading Response Example from Last Year – pg. 2


Writing

  • All publishing is now late

Math

  • Finish Things to Do on ThinkCentral
  • i-Ready Math
    • 30 minutes per week
    • To win a prize, you must complete 30 minutes of Reading and 30 minutes of Math for the week
    • Do not take the diagnostic
  • Ready Math – None
  • Mad Minute
  • Times/Division Tables: 10, 12 thrice
    • Next will be 8 and 9, if you want a head start

Think Central Login Page.png

All Re-test work must be turned in on scrap paper


Use an organization sheet to help with word problems

Use the Tables sheet for completing homework


Social Studies

  • Bring research information related to your American Revolution research focus questions

Art

  • Practice drawing using all 4 techniques

Science

  • Quiz – Tuesday, 1/28
    • Plant parts and functions
    • Life Cycles of plants
    • Photosynthesis

Physical Education

  • Check your notebook for the assignment

Drama

  • Practice “Help” and “Hey Jude”