*No school on Monday, Nov. 11th-Veteran’s Day
*Parent-Teacher Conferences/Report Card Pick up on Tuesday, Nov. 12th 11AM-6:15PM (SEE SCHEDULE ATTACHED)
*Powerpoint and Report projects will present on Wednesday, Nov. 13th
*Hot Food Day is Friday, Nov. 15th
NO HOMEWORK ALL WEEK IN SS AND ELA!!!! CONGRATULATIONS ON MEETING YOUR GOAL!!! WE COLLECTED 15 CELL PHONES FOR OUR SCHOOL-WIDE CELL PHONE DRIVE-YAYYYYY!!!
Skills: 1. Make, verify, test and revise predictions while reading
2. Use prior knowledge when answering questions while reading 3.
Make inferences about an author’s decision in a text
* include key details in informational texts which can help a reader ask and answer questions.
* use examples, details, and quotes from the text to support their inferences
Standards: RI.5.1 Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text
|SSMain ideas/skills: using research skills to investigate and understand how early humans react to their environment and each other ; determining main idea and key details to support main idea (research and main idea)SWBAT: use evidence to create an informational piece of writing; write main ideas from informational text and find key details to support the main ideaStandards: RI.5.2-RI.5.3|
These assignments are from last week:
ELA-Complete Unit 4 Vocabulary; due on Friday, November 8, 2013 (Vocabulary test is on Friday, Nov. 8th)
SS-Complete Native American Tribe Project (due on Thursday, November 7th). You are to select ONE project to complete and summary of text answers the 7 questions posed on the handout.
Have a grand weekend!!!
Skills: 1. Make, test, revise, and predict while reading
2. Use background knowledge, and connections to answer questions while reading
SWBAT: *include key details in informational texts which can help a reader ask and answer questions *use examples and details from the text to support their inferences.
Standards: RI.4.1 Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Main ideas/skills: finding key details and making connections to text
SWBAT: understand how to effectively read an informational text and determine the main idea and key details; using information from a text to take a position and include supporting arguments; understanding geography
MONDAY: ELA-Complete rough draft #1; due on Tuesday (see handout)
TUESDAY: ELA-Complete rough draft #2 after reading peer editor’s comments and making revisions; due on Thursday. SS-complete text to self, world and media and box and bullet graphic organizer
WEDNESDAY: ELA-Making inferences worksheet; SS-Jr. Scholastic (Due on Friday, NOV. 15, 2013)
THURSDAY: ELA-final draft is due on Friday-illustrated title page is needed, attach all drafts and peer editing sheets, essays should be typed or neatly written, and students should read over final drafts three times before submitting.
FRIDAY: HAVE A GRAND WEEKEND!!!!