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4/21/2020

 I miss seeing all of you. Please use the Remind App with the school code @skirsch19 (if you have not already signed up) or Email skirschmann@stdavid.org to contact me. I have also started a google classroom and will have some extra support there if needed. Please use your students' provided email address to log in. The class code is w3im4uh.

 

Weekly Words of Wisdom: Opportunity come once in a lifetime ~ Marshall Mathers

 

Language:

Last week, I gave the option to choose between a research project that will finish out the school year or to continue the Journeys curriculum. Please continue with what you chose last week. You do NOT have to do both.

Journeys 27

Research Project: Week 1

I can decipher the difference between fact and opinion

 I can identify adverbs https://youtu.be/14fXm4FOMPM 

I can determine an author's purpose

 Anchor Text: The Dog That Dug for Dinosaurs by: Shirley Raye Redmond

https://youtu.be/pccJU0B9hnI 

AR Quiz # 79606

 Journeys Lesson 27

Close Reader (pg 126-129 )

 Readers Notebook: (Pg 172-186) Pick 2 pages to complete each day

Choose an animal that you would like to be an expert on. 

 

Write a  paragraph using the paragraph planner telling what kind of animal your animal is (is it mammal, reptile, fish, etc.) and how do you know. Remember to cite your sources, tell me which book and page or website you got the information from and who was the author. Use "according to" when necessary. 

 Please take a picture of your paragraph to send to me when completed but keep your paper copy. 

 

 

Math

I can find the product of a multiplication equation by using repeated addition.

I can find the product of a multiplication equation by skip counting 

I hope these tutorials help.

 https://youtu.be/kaKlicD9E 

https://youtu.be/DPKSJHBZS4Q 

https://voutu.be/El2aZC1vUGK 

And any of the School House Rock multiplication songs.

 I have included a practice sheet for the students.

 

Spiral Math Review - This is some extra practice to help retain some of the concepts that we have already learned

 

If you need any help please contact me.

Sarah Kirschman