Team 6-2 Homework

December 4 - December 8

World Cultures

  • Story of the EU due Tues, 12/5


Language Arts


Important Upcoming Dates:

Friday, 1/19 Warm-up Sheet Due

Monday, 1/22 DEAR Reading Log  Due (Green Paper)

Monday,  1/22

Warm-Up: On your weekly warm-up sheet.

  • Important Upcoming Dates:

    Friday, 1/19 Warm-up Sheet Due

    Monday, 1/22 DEAR Reading Log  Due (Green Paper)

    Monday,  1/22

    Warm-Up: On your weekly warm-up sheet...

    Many winds whirled up from between the towers, and he swayed with them.

    1. Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate.

    1. Explain why this is a complete sentence.

    1. Explain why there is a comma in this sentence.

    -Turn in green DEAR reading log.

    Compare and Contrast VIdeo

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log-due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Tuesday, 1/23

    Warm-Up: With your group, match definitions for text structure

    -Name that Text Structure Game

    -Determining Text Structure (hard copy)

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Wednesday, 1/24

    Warm-Up: Many winds whirled up from between the towers,


    - Continue Working on "Determining Text Structure" -Due Thursday, 1/25

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Thursday, 1/25

    -Continue Working on "Determining Text Structure" -Due Thursday, 1/25


    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Tomorrow!

    Friday, 1/26

    Warm-Up: Grammar -turn in warm-up sheet

    -Text Structure Quiz

    -What Makes a Good Personal Narrative?

    -Personal Narrative Prompt for Monday's writing district assessment

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29



    Monday, 1/15

    Holiday

    Tuesday, 1/16

    Bad Weather day

    Wednesday, 1/17

    -Warm-Up: What would you risk for someone else? (on new warm-up log sheet)

    -Read "The Dog of Pompeii" and complete reading questions

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log

    Thursday, 1/18

    -Warm- Up: Write one or two complete sentences explaining how the setting affects the conflict. 

    -Continue reading "The Dog of Pompeii and complete I.R. questions

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log

    Friday, 1/19

    -Warm-up: Write one or two complete sentences explaining the theme of "The Dog of Pompeii"

    -Grade I.R. questions together

    -Turn in warm-up sheet and Pompeii questions

    Power Notes - Nonfiction

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log






    Monday, 12/11

    Spelling Bee

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #3 (Due tomorrow)

    Tuesday, 12/12

    Finish Poetry Presentations

    Go over Poetry Test

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4 (Due next Tuesday)

    Wednesday, 12/13

    Power Notes Prince and the Pauper

    Begin Reading Prince and the Pauper

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Thursday, 12/14

    Continue Reading Prince and the Pauper

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Friday, 12/15

    Test Review

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Study for Drama Test




    Monday, 12/4 

    Poetry Stations  

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 minutes. 

    DEAR Reading Response #2 Due Tomorrow. 

    Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment.  

    Tuesday, 12/5

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 minutes. Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment.  

    Wednesday, 12/6

    Poetry Stations

    Homework:

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment -Due Tomorrow

    Thursday, 12/7 --Book Fair (10 Minutes)

    All Poems Due on Google Classroom Today

    Team Poetry Slam

    Homework:

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Friday, 12/8

    Poetry Test       

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes





    Monday, 11/27

    Word Within a Word Stem List #1 Quiz

    Heart Map

    Homework: Complete your heart map and read for 30 minutes. Complete your Unit 3 Weekly DEAR Reading Response in Google. Classroom.

    Tuesday, 11/28

    Grade WWW Quiz

    Poetry Mini Lesson and Notes 

    Introduce Poetry Project and pass out Rubrics

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

    Wednesday, 11/29

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes. 

    Thursday, 11/30

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

    Friday, 12/1

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

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    Monday, 11/13

    Read Ch 13

    Close Reading Activity " The Wooh Pooh"

    HW: Read for 30 Minutes and discuss your book with an adult

    Tuesday, 11/14

    Read Ch 14

    Comic Strip Summary - Due Thursday for a Quiz Grade

    HW: Read Ch 15 Watsons And look for the theme

    Wednesday, 11/15

    Watson Google Earth Tour

    Chapter 15 - Discuss the theme of the novel

    HW: Read Ch 16 Epilogue

    Thursday, 11/16

    Turn in your comic strip summary for chapter 14 (if you have not completed it, you cannot watch the movie)

    Compare and contrast the novel and the movie

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult

    Friday, 11/17

    Compare and contrast the novel and the movie

    HW: 

    Study for WWW Quiz 1

    Read for 30 minutes per night and discuss your book with an adult

    Have a great break!




    Monday, 11/6
    Watsons 1-8 Test Review
    Tuesday, 11/7
    Watsons 1-8 test
    Wednesday, 11/8
    Go over Test and Read Chapter 9
    Thursday, 11/9
    watsons ch 10
    Friday,11/10
    Watsons Ch 11-12
    Homework: Read Ch 13 ( 1st Period students Read Ch 11-13)




    This Week's Agenda


    Monday, 10/30


    Revise and edit personal narrative

    Teacher Conferences


    HW: finish revising and editing and complete final draft - due tomorrow

    Read for 30 minutes


    Tuesday, 10/31


    Harris Burdick Mysteries

    Write your own!


    HW: none


    Wednesday, 11/1

    Go over Chapter 6 Summary


    Mini Lesson- Idioms

    Read Chapter 7

    Annotate and Summarize


    Finish Chapter 7 and summaries

    Cause and Effect WS


    Thursday, 11/2



    Go over Cause and Effect HW


    Begin Reading Chapter 8, summarize, continue identifying figurative language


    HW: Finish Chapter 8 Summary


    Friday, 11/3


    1-8 Test Review Sheet


    HW: Complete Test Review Sheet - due Monday





    Monday, 10/23

    Read Chapter 3 Watson's- highlight and annotate

    HW: Finish Chapter 3 and summarize

    Tuesday,10/24

    Read Chapter 4 Watsons- highlight and annotate

    HW: Finish Chapter 4 and summarize

    Wednesday, 10/25, Rotation Schedule

    Go over Chapters 3 and 4 Watsons

    Distribute and work on Chapter 4 Literary Circle Jobs

    HW: Complete your Lit Circle Job for CH4

    Thursday, 10/26

    Lit Circles

    Grammar Sentence

    Begin Reading Chapter 5 Watsons

    Friday, 10/27

    Chapter 6 Watsons

    HW: Summarize Chapter 6




    Monday,10/16


    Unit 2 Test-Matthew Henson &The Jacket


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Tuesday, 10/17


    Go over Unit 2 Test


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Wednesday, 10/18


    Library Virtual Field Trip


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Thursday, 10/19


    Warm-Up: Watsons Anticipation Guide and Group Discussion

    Glue Figurative Language Key into books

    Read and summarize Chapter 1


    HW:


    Friday, 10/20


    Warm-Up: Ch 1 Questions

    Read Ch 2


    HW:


    Finish reading chapter 2 - Watsons. See link for audio:

    Watsons Audio










    Monday,10/9

    No School


    Tuesday, 10/10

    No School


    Wednesday, 10/11


    Go over Matthew Henson (Biography) questions

    Pass back Mentor Sentence Quiz 2 (Grammar)

    Turn in Watsons Novel

    Power Notes "The Jacket" (Personal Narrative)


    Thursday, 10/12


    Turn in Watsons Book

    Begin Reading "The Jacket"

    Complete Reading notes as you go

    Begin answering IR Questions pages 200-201


    HW: 

    Read for 30 minutes

    Finish IR 200-201 Questions - The Jacket


    Friday, 10/13


    Go over "The Jacket" Homework

    Test Review


    HW:

    Study for the Literary Nonfiction Test

    Read for 30 minutes








    Monday, 10/2

    • Mentor Sentence Quiz #2
    • Go Over Quiz
    • DEAR Reading and Response - Google Classroom
    • Book Bingo Check-Point!
    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Tuesday, 10/3

    • Gates Reading Comprehension Test
    • Dear Reading
    No Homework

    Wednesday, 10/4

    • Library - Check out literary nonfiction book
    • (Start Characteristics of Literary Nonfiction if time allows)
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Thursday, 10/5

    • Introduction to Characteristics of Literary Nonfiction with Cloze-Notes 
    Literary Nonfiction Presentation 2017
    Cloze-Notes
    • Share with group Literary Nonfiction books you've read
    • Power Notes Mathew Henson- If Time


    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Friday, 10/6

    • Begin Reading Mathew 
    Matthew Henson At the Top of the World

    Matthew Henson Reading Notes

    • IR Questions

    IR Questions 288-289 Matthew Henson


    HW: 
    Finish Mathew Henson IR Questions 
    Read for 30 Minutes
    Bring The Watsons Novel on Wednesday for Book Check!



    Monday, 9/18


    • Complete Aimsweb Reading Assessment 
    • Pass back graded School Play Tests.
    • Students who need to make corrections will work on those after Aimsweb testing.
    • In your journal, make a list of things that matter to you now, How do you think you will feel about things that matter to you now when you are one year older?

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Tuesday, 9/19

    • Discuss "What is Important to You?" with your group.
    • Brain Pop

    Point of View Brain Pop  

    • Students will complete the Brain Pop Point of View Note-taking Sheet while watching the video. Students will glue this into their journals.
    • Read “Eleven” (I.R. Pg. 78-82)
    • Begin IR Pages 84-85


    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Wednesday, 9/20

    • Library
    • Aimsweb Fluency In the Back of Library
    • If time allows, students will work on IR pages 84-85

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Thursday, 9/21

    • In your journal write how “Eleven”  could have been different if it were written from a narrator’s point of view. Also, how would it have been different if it were 1st person - the teacher’s p.o.v.
    • Share your thoughts with the class.
    • Pass out Conflict Four Square WS
    • Discuss internal and external conflict. 
    • Table groups will fill out the conflict four squares together for “Eleven.” then glue into journals.
    • Complete I.R. Pages 84-85 Vocab and TX Assess

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Friday, 9/22

    • Complete “Eleven”  Plot Diagram as a class
    • Go over (IR pages 84-85  Questions) and Grade -”Eleven” and Plot Diagram
    • Pass out and explain Non-Negotiable Spelling Words
    • Non-Negotiable Spelling Sentences
    • Begin Spelling Sentences

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult. Write Non-Negotiable Spelling Sentences and study the words -Test Friday, 9/29 (Sentences due that day)






    Monday, 9/11/17

    • Go over Interactive Reader page 15-17 and review for Wednesday's Test

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Tuesday, 9/12/17

    • Scope Magazine Article -Main Idea and Summary

    Homework: 

    Study for Test Tomorrow

    Read for 30 minutes and disuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Wednesday, 9/13/17

    • The School Play Test

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Thursday, 9/14/17

    • Beginning of Year District Writing Assessment
    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)

    Friday,9/15/17 

    • Beginning of Year District Reading Assessment 
    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)





    Monday, 9/4/17

    Labor Day Holiday

    Tuesday, 9/5/17

    • Turn in Book Permission Letters
    • Pass Back Graded Papers
    • What do you fear the most? Journal Entry
    • Introduce Mentor Sentences, Set up back of journal, and Invitation to Notice
    • Power Notes - "The School Play"

    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Wednesday, 9/6/17

    • Invitation to Notice Parts of Speech
    • Library

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Bring your book permission letter

    Study Mentor Sentence 1


    Thursday, 9/7/17

    • Invitation to Revise and Invitation to Imitate
    • The School Play - Power Notes and Begin Reading

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Study for Mentor Sentence Quiz Tomorrow


    Friday, 9/8/17


    • Mentor Sentence Quiz 1
    • Journal Entry and DEAR Reading 


    Homework:

    Read for 30 minutes per night






    Monday, 8/28/17

    • Turn in "Letter to the Teacher"
    • Social Contract Survey Questions
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Tuesday, 8/29/17
    • Social Contract Class Discussion
    • DEAR Reading
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Wednesday, 8/30/17
    • Genre Characteristics
    • Genre Notes
    • Brain Pop

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


    Thursday, 8/31/17


    • Introduce Parts of a Story -Plot
    • Parts of a Story Note-Taking WS (Due Tomorrow)

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


    Friday, 9/1/17

    • Finish Parts of a Story Notetaking WS
    • Go over WS
    • Quiz on Plot

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


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    Monday, 8/21/17

    No Class


    Tuesday, 8/22/17

    • First Day Welcome Activities and PROWL

    Homework: 

    • Complete Student Survey (1st period will receive this tomorrow)
    • Purchase a composition notebook- due 8/24

    Wednesday, 8/23/17

    Warm-Up: Turn in surveys to the box

    • Library Orientation

    Homework: 

    • composition notebook- due 8/24

    Thursday, 8/24/17

    Warm-Up: Take out composition notebook and glue (1st-period turn in surveys)

    • Getting to Know You Activity and Paragraph (for a grade)
    • Set up reading and writing journal
    • Begin "Letter to the Teacher" (for a grade)
    Homework:
    • Work on "Letter to the Teacher" Due Monday, 8/28               

    Friday, 8/24/17

    • Finish Getting to Know You Paragraph and Share
    • Classroom Procedures (Homework, Library, DEAR Books, Dismissal, Bathroom, Whiteboard Info)
    • Work on Friendly Letter 

      Letter to the Teacher Directions

      Due Monday, 8/28/17


      In your journal, write a letter to me. Tell me about yourself, and also tell me about your strengths and weaknesses in reading and writing.


      Remember that this is a letter so it must include the following: heading with address and the date, a greeting, a body, and a closing. The body of the letter should contain two or three short paragraphs and should be indented.
    • Kidz Bop

    Homework:

    • Letter to the Teacher due Monday, 8/28!
    • Have a great weekend!

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    Link to IXL.com

    Link:  IXL


    IXL Activities on which to focus:

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    Here is what we are doing this week in our classroom :)


       


Monday, 1/8

Student Holiday

Tuesday, 1/9

Journal Entry - Top five holiday memories - one page

Introduce Read to Succeed

Wednesday, 1/10

Aimsweb Reading Test

TThursday, 1/11

Aimsweb Reading Test

Friday, 1/12

Finish Aimsweb Reading Test

Important Upcoming Dates:

Friday, 1/19 Warm-up Sheet Due

Monday, 1/22 DEAR Reading Log  Due (Green Paper)

Monday,  1/22

Warm-Up: On your weekly warm-up sheet.

  • Important Upcoming Dates:

    Friday, 1/19 Warm-up Sheet Due

    Monday, 1/22 DEAR Reading Log  Due (Green Paper)

    Monday,  1/22

    Warm-Up: On your weekly warm-up sheet...

    Many winds whirled up from between the towers, and he swayed with them.

    1. Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate.

    1. Explain why this is a complete sentence.

    1. Explain why there is a comma in this sentence.

    -Turn in green DEAR reading log.

    -Introduction to Organizational Patterns/Text Structure https://youtu.be/gEEXvMPMU2k

    -Glue Notes and last week's warm-up (hard copy)

    -Practice with Teacher - Determining Text Structure

    Compare and Contrast VIdeo

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log-due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Tuesday, 1/23

    Warm-Up: With your group, match definitions for text structure

    -Name that Text Structure Game

    -Determining Text Structure (hard copy)

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Wednesday, 1/24

    Warm-Up: Many winds whirled up from between the towers, and he swayed with them.

    Label the parts of speech.      Example:

    Many- adjective

    Winds-

    Whirled-

    Up-

    From-

    Between-

    The-article

    Towers-

    And-

    He-

    Swayed-

    With-


    - Continue Working on "Determining Text Structure" -Due Thursday, 1/25

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Friday

    Thursday, 1/25

    -Continue Working on "Determining Text Structure" -Due Thursday, 1/25


    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29

    Text Structure Quiz Tomorrow!

    Friday, 1/26

    Warm-Up: Grammar -turn in warm-up sheet

    -Text Structure Quiz

    -What Makes a Good Personal Narrative?

    -Personal Narrative Prompt for Monday's writing district assessment

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and fill out your log- due Monday, 1/29



    Monday, 1/15

    Holiday

    Tuesday, 1/16

    Bad Weather day

    Wednesday, 1/17

    -Warm-Up: What would you risk for someone else? (on new warm-up log sheet)

    -Read "The Dog of Pompeii" and complete reading questions

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log

    Thursday, 1/18

    -Warm- Up: Write one or two complete sentences explaining how the setting affects the conflict. 

    -Continue reading "The Dog of Pompeii and complete I.R. questions

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log

    Friday, 1/19

    -Warm-up: Write one or two complete sentences explaining the theme of "The Dog of Pompeii"

    -Grade I.R. questions together

    -Turn in warm-up sheet and Pompeii questions

    Power Notes - Nonfiction

    Homework: Read for 30 Minutes and fill out reading log






    Monday, 12/11

    Spelling Bee

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #3 (Due tomorrow)

    Tuesday, 12/12

    Finish Poetry Presentations

    Go over Poetry Test

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4 (Due next Tuesday)

    Wednesday, 12/13

    Power Notes Prince and the Pauper

    Begin Reading Prince and the Pauper

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Thursday, 12/14

    Continue Reading Prince and the Pauper

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Friday, 12/15

    Test Review

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete DEAR reading response #4

    Study for Drama Test




    Monday, 12/4 

    Poetry Stations  

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 minutes. 

    DEAR Reading Response #2 Due Tomorrow. 

    Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment.  

    Tuesday, 12/5

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 minutes. Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment.  

    Wednesday, 12/6

    Poetry Stations

    Homework:

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Type your poems into Google Classroom "Individual Poetry Product" Assignment -Due Tomorrow

    Thursday, 12/7 --Book Fair (10 Minutes)

    All Poems Due on Google Classroom Today

    Team Poetry Slam

    Homework:

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Friday, 12/8

    Poetry Test       

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes





    Monday, 11/27

    Word Within a Word Stem List #1 Quiz

    Heart Map

    Homework: Complete your heart map and read for 30 minutes. Complete your Unit 3 Weekly DEAR Reading Response in Google. Classroom.

    Tuesday, 11/28

    Grade WWW Quiz

    Poetry Mini Lesson and Notes 

    Introduce Poetry Project and pass out Rubrics

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

    Wednesday, 11/29

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes. 

    Thursday, 11/30

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

    Friday, 12/1

    Poetry Stations

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes

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    Monday, 11/13

    Read Ch 13

    Close Reading Activity " The Wooh Pooh"

    HW: Read for 30 Minutes and discuss your book with an adult

    Tuesday, 11/14

    Read Ch 14

    Comic Strip Summary - Due Thursday for a Quiz Grade

    HW: Read Ch 15 Watsons And look for the theme

    Wednesday, 11/15

    Watson Google Earth Tour

    Chapter 15 - Discuss the theme of the novel

    HW: Read Ch 16 Epilogue

    Thursday, 11/16

    Turn in your comic strip summary for chapter 14 (if you have not completed it, you cannot watch the movie)

    Compare and contrast the novel and the movie

    HW: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult

    Friday, 11/17

    Compare and contrast the novel and the movie

    HW: 

    Study for WWW Quiz 1

    Read for 30 minutes per night and discuss your book with an adult

    Have a great break!




    Monday, 11/6
    Watsons 1-8 Test Review
    Tuesday, 11/7
    Watsons 1-8 test
    Wednesday, 11/8
    Go over Test and Read Chapter 9
    Thursday, 11/9
    watsons ch 10
    Friday,11/10
    Watsons Ch 11-12
    Homework: Read Ch 13 ( 1st Period students Read Ch 11-13)




    This Week's Agenda


    Monday, 10/30


    Revise and edit personal narrative

    Teacher Conferences


    HW: finish revising and editing and complete final draft - due tomorrow

    Read for 30 minutes


    Tuesday, 10/31


    Harris Burdick Mysteries

    Write your own!


    HW: none


    Wednesday, 11/1

    Go over Chapter 6 Summary


    Mini Lesson- Idioms

    Read Chapter 7

    Annotate and Summarize


    Finish Chapter 7 and summaries

    Cause and Effect WS


    Thursday, 11/2



    Go over Cause and Effect HW


    Begin Reading Chapter 8, summarize, continue identifying figurative language


    HW: Finish Chapter 8 Summary


    Friday, 11/3


    1-8 Test Review Sheet


    HW: Complete Test Review Sheet - due Monday





    Monday, 10/23

    Read Chapter 3 Watson's- highlight and annotate

    HW: Finish Chapter 3 and summarize

    Tuesday,10/24

    Read Chapter 4 Watsons- highlight and annotate

    HW: Finish Chapter 4 and summarize

    Wednesday, 10/25, Rotation Schedule

    Go over Chapters 3 and 4 Watsons

    Distribute and work on Chapter 4 Literary Circle Jobs

    HW: Complete your Lit Circle Job for CH4

    Thursday, 10/26

    Lit Circles

    Grammar Sentence

    Begin Reading Chapter 5 Watsons

    Friday, 10/27

    Chapter 6 Watsons

    HW: Summarize Chapter 6




    Monday,10/16


    Unit 2 Test-Matthew Henson &The Jacket


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Tuesday, 10/17


    Go over Unit 2 Test


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Wednesday, 10/18


    Library Virtual Field Trip


    HW: Read for 30 minutes and complete reading response questions on Google classroom


    Thursday, 10/19


    Warm-Up: Watsons Anticipation Guide and Group Discussion

    Glue Figurative Language Key into books

    Read and summarize Chapter 1


    HW:


    Friday, 10/20


    Warm-Up: Ch 1 Questions

    Read Ch 2


    HW:


    Finish reading chapter 2 - Watsons. See link for audio:

    Watsons Audio










    Monday,10/9

    No School


    Tuesday, 10/10

    No School


    Wednesday, 10/11


    Go over Matthew Henson (Biography) questions

    Pass back Mentor Sentence Quiz 2 (Grammar)

    Turn in Watsons Novel

    Power Notes "The Jacket" (Personal Narrative)


    Thursday, 10/12


    Turn in Watsons Book

    Begin Reading "The Jacket"

    Complete Reading notes as you go

    Begin answering IR Questions pages 200-201


    HW: 

    Read for 30 minutes

    Finish IR 200-201 Questions - The Jacket


    Friday, 10/13


    Go over "The Jacket" Homework

    Test Review


    HW:

    Study for the Literary Nonfiction Test

    Read for 30 minutes








    Monday, 10/2

    • Mentor Sentence Quiz #2
    • Go Over Quiz
    • DEAR Reading and Response - Google Classroom
    • Book Bingo Check-Point!
    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Tuesday, 10/3

    • Gates Reading Comprehension Test
    • Dear Reading
    No Homework

    Wednesday, 10/4

    • Library - Check out literary nonfiction book
    • (Start Characteristics of Literary Nonfiction if time allows)
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Thursday, 10/5

    • Introduction to Characteristics of Literary Nonfiction with Cloze-Notes 
    Literary Nonfiction Presentation 2017
    Cloze-Notes
    • Share with group Literary Nonfiction books you've read
    • Power Notes Mathew Henson- If Time


    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Friday, 10/6

    • Begin Reading Mathew 
    Matthew Henson At the Top of the World

    Matthew Henson Reading Notes

    • IR Questions

    IR Questions 288-289 Matthew Henson


    HW: 
    Finish Mathew Henson IR Questions 
    Read for 30 Minutes
    Bring The Watsons Novel on Wednesday for Book Check!



    Monday, 9/18


    • Complete Aimsweb Reading Assessment 
    • Pass back graded School Play Tests.
    • Students who need to make corrections will work on those after Aimsweb testing.
    • In your journal, make a list of things that matter to you now, How do you think you will feel about things that matter to you now when you are one year older?

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Tuesday, 9/19

    • Discuss "What is Important to You?" with your group.
    • Brain Pop

    Point of View Brain Pop  

    • Students will complete the Brain Pop Point of View Note-taking Sheet while watching the video. Students will glue this into their journals.
    • Read “Eleven” (I.R. Pg. 78-82)
    • Begin IR Pages 84-85


    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Wednesday, 9/20

    • Library
    • Aimsweb Fluency In the Back of Library
    • If time allows, students will work on IR pages 84-85

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Thursday, 9/21

    • In your journal write how “Eleven”  could have been different if it were written from a narrator’s point of view. Also, how would it have been different if it were 1st person - the teacher’s p.o.v.
    • Share your thoughts with the class.
    • Pass out Conflict Four Square WS
    • Discuss internal and external conflict. 
    • Table groups will fill out the conflict four squares together for “Eleven.” then glue into journals.
    • Complete I.R. Pages 84-85 Vocab and TX Assess

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult.


    Friday, 9/22

    • Complete “Eleven”  Plot Diagram as a class
    • Go over (IR pages 84-85  Questions) and Grade -”Eleven” and Plot Diagram
    • Pass out and explain Non-Negotiable Spelling Words
    • Non-Negotiable Spelling Sentences
    • Begin Spelling Sentences

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss your book with an adult. Write Non-Negotiable Spelling Sentences and study the words -Test Friday, 9/29 (Sentences due that day)






    Monday, 9/11/17

    • Go over Interactive Reader page 15-17 and review for Wednesday's Test

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Tuesday, 9/12/17

    • Scope Magazine Article -Main Idea and Summary

    Homework: 

    Study for Test Tomorrow

    Read for 30 minutes and disuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Wednesday, 9/13/17

    • The School Play Test

    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)


    Thursday, 9/14/17

    • Beginning of Year District Writing Assessment
    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)

    Friday,9/15/17 

    • Beginning of Year District Reading Assessment 
    Homework: Read for 30 minutes and discuss with an adult. Remember to fill out your Reading Bingo Sheet (due in December)





    Monday, 9/4/17

    Labor Day Holiday

    Tuesday, 9/5/17

    • Turn in Book Permission Letters
    • Pass Back Graded Papers
    • What do you fear the most? Journal Entry
    • Introduce Mentor Sentences, Set up back of journal, and Invitation to Notice
    • Power Notes - "The School Play"

    HW: Read for 30 Minutes


    Wednesday, 9/6/17

    • Invitation to Notice Parts of Speech
    • Library

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Bring your book permission letter

    Study Mentor Sentence 1


    Thursday, 9/7/17

    • Invitation to Revise and Invitation to Imitate
    • The School Play - Power Notes and Begin Reading

    Homework: 

    Read for 30 Minutes

    Study for Mentor Sentence Quiz Tomorrow


    Friday, 9/8/17


    • Mentor Sentence Quiz 1
    • Journal Entry and DEAR Reading 


    Homework:

    Read for 30 minutes per night






    Monday, 8/28/17

    • Turn in "Letter to the Teacher"
    • Social Contract Survey Questions
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Tuesday, 8/29/17
    • Social Contract Class Discussion
    • DEAR Reading
    HW: Read for 30 minutes

    Wednesday, 8/30/17
    • Genre Characteristics
    • Genre Notes
    • Brain Pop

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


    Thursday, 8/31/17


    • Introduce Parts of a Story -Plot
    • Parts of a Story Note-Taking WS (Due Tomorrow)

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


    Friday, 9/1/17

    • Finish Parts of a Story Notetaking WS
    • Go over WS
    • Quiz on Plot

    HW: Read for 30 minutes


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    Monday, 8/21/17

    No Class


    Tuesday, 8/22/17

    • First Day Welcome Activities and PROWL

    Homework: 

    • Complete Student Survey (1st period will receive this tomorrow)
    • Purchase a composition notebook- due 8/24

    Wednesday, 8/23/17

    Warm-Up: Turn in surveys to the box

    • Library Orientation

    Homework: 

    • composition notebook- due 8/24

    Thursday, 8/24/17

    Warm-Up: Take out composition notebook and glue (1st-period turn in surveys)

    • Getting to Know You Activity and Paragraph (for a grade)
    • Set up reading and writing journal
    • Begin "Letter to the Teacher" (for a grade)
    Homework:
    • Work on "Letter to the Teacher" Due Monday, 8/28               

    Friday, 8/24/17

    • Finish Getting to Know You Paragraph and Share
    • Classroom Procedures (Homework, Library, DEAR Books, Dismissal, Bathroom, Whiteboard Info)
    • Work on Friendly Letter 

      Letter to the Teacher Directions

      Due Monday, 8/28/17


      In your journal, write a letter to me. Tell me about yourself, and also tell me about your strengths and weaknesses in reading and writing.


      Remember that this is a letter so it must include the following: heading with address and the date, a greeting, a body, and a closing. The body of the letter should contain two or three short paragraphs and should be indented.
    • Kidz Bop

    Homework:

    • Letter to the Teacher due Monday, 8/28!
    • Have a great weekend!

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    Link to IXL.com

    Link:  IXL


    IXL Activities on which to focus:

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    Here is what we are doing this week in our classroom :)


                                           
     

                         

    *Reminder - Students are always expected to have a DEAR (drop everything and read) book, which is a novel or literary non-fiction book of their choice, and students are to read for 30 minutes per night. We will have various book projects, usually one book project per six weeks. This book project must be completed using information from students' DEAR books. We will provide more information regarding expectations for book projects at a later date.
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    Team 6-2 
    Tutorial Schedule

    Monday -


    Tuesday -


    Wednesday - Mrs. Goldenberg, Language Arts

    (7:45-8:10 am) and (3:35-4:15 pm)

    Room 1209

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Math

  • Complete Math test corrections and turn in to Mrs. Greinke


Science

  • Study for Ecosystems test on Tues, 12/5













October 30 - November 3


World Cultures

  • Venezuela Activity due Tuesday, 10/31

  • Cuba Activity due Wednesday, 11/1

  • Rainforest Conference Activity due Thursday, 11/2


Language Arts



Math



Science

  • PE/KE Phet due Monday 10/16  at the end of class

  • Roller coaster writing due Tuesday 10/17

  • Forces practice due 10/19 Thursday





October 23 - October 27


World Cultures

  • Mexico City Bus Tour Activity due Wednesday, 10/25


Language Arts


  • Finish reading Ch .2 of the Watson's.  Do the summary and answer questions from your folder
  • You may listen to the audio on Mrs. Goldenberg's website.
Science
  • PE/KE Phet due Monday 10/16  at the end of class

  • Roller coaster writing due Tuesday 10/17

  • Forces practice due 10/19 Thursday


Math

  • Dividing Decimals Practice - due Monday.

October 2 - October 6


Language Arts



Math



Science



World Cultures

  • Latin America Map Project due Thursday, 10/5

  • History of Mexico Activity due Friday, 10/6

  • History of the Caribbean due Wednesday, 10/11




September 25 - September 29


Language Arts



Math



Science



World Cultures

  • GeoChallenge due Tuesday, 9/26

  • Economic Vocabulary due Wednesday, 9/27

  • Study for Citizenship and U.S. & Canada DCA on Friday


September 18 - September 22


Language Arts



Math



Science



World Cultures

  • Citizenship Activity due Friday, 9/22


September 4 - September 8


Language Arts

  • Read for 30 minutes and study for the Mentor Sentence Quiz - Friday, 9/8

  • Bring Book Permission Letter

  • Come in for Plot Quiz before school retake if you did not pass

Math

  • Monday: No School

  • Tuesday: Unit 1 Review (HW-finish review)

  • Wednesday: Unit 1 Quiz (No HW)

  • Thursday: Unit 1 Quiz Corrections (HW-finish corrections)

  • Friday: Unit 1 Test (No HW)


Science



World Cultures

  • Thinking Like A Geographer Test on Thursday, 9/7



August 28 - September 1


Language Arts

  • Letter to the Teacher due Monday, 8/28


Math


Science


World Cultures

  • World Map Activity due Monday, 8/28

  • Latitude and Longitude Activity due Wednesday, 8/30

  • Culture Quilt due Friday, 9/1

  • Thinking Like A Geographer Test on Thursday, 9/7



August 21 - August 25


Language Arts

  • Bring a composition notebook on Thursday, 8/24

  • Getting-to-Know-You Paragraph due Friday, 8/25

  • Letter to the Teacher due Monday, 8/28


Math


Science


World Cultures

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