2/11- Daily reading log. Read and jot.
Read the American Revolution packet closely, annotate the text like we do in class to help you respond to the following questions
read the texts a few times,
annotated looking for theme,
evidence and grow your ideas
discuss how the theme is developed in a similar way.
Have followed the outline to put this information into a draft!
Social Studies - Copy these notes from today Why did English colonists settle in North America...
Read and jot
Tomorrow is our Bowling Trip, Don't forget your lunch if you are not buying it from the bowling ally!
Study the review sheet and use the class web page to study for the math Chapter 5 test on Monday!
12/20 - "Zane And The Hurricane"
Write one page about the lessons learned, your ideas, use parts of the text to support your writing.
Math - Exemplar
Writing -free writing one page journal entry, choose your own topic
Reading - use your "ideas for jotting" chart in the front of your independent reading section. Put the date at the top of the page!
Word work - Alphabetical order.
Math - Study for the mid-chapter checkpoint tomorrow.
Writing - Start publishing your essay. USE THE CHECKLIST!
Word work - Write a short opinion essay using the vocabulary words.
Math - lesson 4.6
Get all notices signed and return tomorrow
Go Math - lesson 3.4
Writing - Use your elaboration prompts to write one page. Pick a topic: I like puppies or I like kittens (pick one)
10/31 - No Homework (just read and jot)
What kind of text is it?
Can you make a connection?
What more would you like to know about it?
10/5 - IF YOU HAVE NOT, Please get the chapter 1 test signed and return it to me on Tuesday. (It was due back on 10/1)
READING - Students should read at home for at least 30 minutes every day. Be sure to record it in your reading log. Reading logs should always be in kept in the red folder.
*Spelling words for the week
Vocabulary for American Revolution packet
Economy - The wealth and resources of a country or region
Agriculture - farming and growing crops to be used and/or sold.
Militia - Army of men
Ammunition - Fire power
Parliament - British government
Agriculture - farming crops/food
Act - Law
Congress - Group of people who pass laws in the government
Massacre - Mass killing/murder
Tax - A fee paid on goods
Taxation - The act of taking taxes from people