October 18 2019

Friday 10/18/19 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please come in quietly, sit, and take out:

  • agenda
  • pencil
  • Chromebook
  • all other electronics, powered off

Write Homework in Agenda: 

  1. Finish Unit 5 Diagnostic packet
  2. Bonus: Play MangaHigh games!

 

Algorithm for Dividing Fractions:

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to describe and apply a rule to divide numbers by any fraction.

Unit 4 Test: Dividing Fractions

(when finished) Begin Unit 5 Diagnostic

October 18 2019

Friday 10/18/19 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please come in quietly, sit, and take out:

  • agenda
  • Chromebook
  • earbuds / headphones

Write Homework in Agenda:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title/author
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. Big Thing that Happened (2-3 sentences: Who? What? When/Where? How? Why?) + 1 prior knowledge, question, prediction, inference, connection, or word you figured out using syntax/etymology/context clues
  2. Finish The Road Not Taken (all parts) and turn in on StudySync.
  3. Charge Chromebook!

Bengal News

Per. 1 (8:15-9:05) – Language Arts

On Classroom, open ReadWorks and do Article-a-Day.

  • Follow directions and be prepared to share in 6 minutes.

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to acquire and use academic words and phrases.

On StudySync, open Academic Vocab Lesson 2

  • Do Your Turn #3, last 5 sentences (split screen with Model). Turn in on StudySync.

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to understand what it means to participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations to express ideas and build upon the ideas of others.

On StudySync, open The Road Not Taken assignment

  • SyncTV / Discussion
  • ACE Think questions 6-8
  • Write-Converse-Watch-Write

Per. 2 (9:08-9:56) – Language Arts

Get Turning Points book from bin

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target:  Students will be able to define figurative language and different figures of speech and practice using concrete strategies for identifying and interpreting figures of speech.

On Classroom, open Figurative Language – Unit 1 assignment.

  • Review Simile and Metaphor examples
  • On Classroom, open Figurative Language – The Road Not Taken quiz

Per. 3 (10:03-10:49) – Digital Information Literacy

Please come in quietly, sit, and take out:

  • Chromebook
  • earbuds / headphones

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Learning Target copyLearning Target: Students will be able to choose suitable topics for research.

On Classroom, open Choosing a Suitable Research Topic assignment.

  • Engage: Discuss
  • Explore: Parts of a Research Project
  • Explain: How to Develop a Good Research Topic
  • Apply: Explore topics
  • Share research topic on Padlet Wall
October 17 2019

Thursday 10/17/19 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please come in quietly, sit, and take out:

  • Chromebook
  • earbuds / headphones

Per. 3 (9:33-10:47) – Digital Information Literacy

Learning Target copyLearning Target: Students will be able to improve their preparedness for responding to an earthquake.

Expectations for Great California Shakeout at 10:17

 

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Learning Target copyLearning Target: Students will be able to choose suitable topics for research.

On Classroom, open Choosing a Suitable Research Topic assignment.

  • Engage: Discuss
  • Explore: Parts of a Research Project
  • Explain: How to Develop a Good Research Topic
  • Apply: Explore topics (do not pick one yet)

 

Per. 1 (11:36-12:50) – Language Arts

Please come in quietly, sit, and take out:

  • agenda
  • Chromebook
  • earbuds / headphones

Write Homework in Agenda:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title/author
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. Big Thing that Happened (2-3 sentences: Who? What? When/Where? How? Why?) + 1 prior knowledge, question, prediction, inference, connection, or word you figured out using syntax/etymology/context clues
  2. Finish Figurative Language sheet (similes and metaphors).
  3. Charge Chromebook!

 

On Classroom, open ReadWorks and do Article-a-Day.

  • Follow directions and be prepared to share in 6 minutes.

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to acquire and use academic words and phrases.

On StudySync, open Academic Vocab Lesson 2

  • Do Your Turn #3, first 5 sentences (split screen with Model)

Image result for figurative language

Learning Target copy

Learning Target:  Students will be able to define figurative language and different figures of speech and practice using concrete strategies for identifying and interpreting figures of speech.

On Classroom, open Figurative Language – Unit 1 assignment. Have Turning Points book ready.

  • Similes: Watch video (click on image), define underneath, study example, analyze. Find second example and analyze
  • Metaphor: Watch video (click on image), define underneath, study example, analyze. Find second example and analyze

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to understand what it means to participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations to express ideas and build upon the ideas of others.

On StudySync, open The Road Not Taken assignment

  • SyncTV / Discussion
  • ACE Think questions 6-8
October 16 2019

Weds.-Thurs. 10/16-10/17/19 – Math

Welcome to Math!

  1. Please come in quietly, sit, and take out: agenda, math spiral, pencil, Chromebook
  2. Write Homework in Agenda: Complete IM 4.12 STS, C-D, and PP (as many as you can). Use Unit 4 Study Guide to prepare for TEST tomorrow! (Bonus: Play MangaHigh games!)
  3. In math spiral, write today’s date (in a box) and lesson title: IM 4.12: Fractional Lengths
  4. Open IM 4.12 Student Task Statements on Classroom and begin 12.1 Warmup

IM 4.12: Fractional Lengths

Let’s solve problems about fractional lengths.

  • Warm-Up 12.1: Number Talk: Multiplication Strategies
  • Activity 12.2: How Many Would it Take? (Part 1)
  • Activity 12.3: How Many Times as Tall or as Far?

Lesson Summary

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to use division and multiplication to solve problems involving fractional lengths.

I hope you had a great day!

See you next time!

October 16 2019

Wednesday 10/16/19 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • Turning Points book from bin
  • agenda
  • Chromebook
  • earbuds / headphones

Write Homework in Agenda:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title/author
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. Big Thing that Happened (2-3 sentences: Who? What? When/Where? How? Why?) + 1 prior knowledge, question, prediction, inference, connection, or word you figured out using syntax/etymology/context clues
  2. StudySync: Road Not Taken Vocab tab / ACE Think 4-5
  3. Charge Chromebook!

Per. 2 (8:15-9:29) – Language Arts

On Classroom, open ReadWorks and do Article-a-Day.

  • Follow directions and be prepared to share in 10 minutes.

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to acquire and use academic words and phrases.

On StudySync, open Academic Vocab Lesson 2

  • Do Your Turn #2 (split screen with Model)

Image result for figurative language

Learning Target copy

Learning Target:  Students will be able to define figurative language and different figures of speech and practice using concrete strategies for identifying and interpreting figures of speech.

On Classroom, open Figurative Language – Unit 1 assignment. Have Turning Points book ready.

  • Define: Discuss video and texts
  • Discuss: 3 questions
  • Imagery: Watch video (click on image), define underneath, study example, analyze. Find second example and analyze
  • Idioms: Watch video (click on image), define underneath, study example, analyze. Find second example and analyze

Per. 9 (9:33-10:21) – Advisory

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On Classroom, open Anti-Bullying Lesson