September 22 2017

Friday 9/22/17 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please take out:

  • Things I Want to Read list
  • independent reading book
  • Chromebook

Per. 1 (8:15-9:09)

Reading Minute: The Book of One Hundred Truths by Julie Schumacher

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Learning Target: Students will be able to sustain attention and focus on reading for thirty minutes.

Per. 2 (9:12-10:00)

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Learning Target: Students will be able to respond to a text by thinking their way through reading comprehension questions.

StudySync – Close Read: Eleven

  • Comp

When finished, go to No Red Ink (noredink.com) and sign up using Google.

  • Join our class
  • Enter your interests
  • Take the Sentences Diagnostic

Homework:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log on Biblionasium (2+days):
    1. Title
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. Big Thing that Happened (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 new word and how you guess its meaning using context clues or 1 visualization

Per. 3 (10:03-10:51)

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Learning Target: Students will be able to work with partners to solve thinking puzzles.

Digital Breakout

September 21 2017

Thursday 9/21/17 – Language Arts

Digital and Information Literacy

Per. 3 (9:33-10:47)

Finish Multitasking Powtoons

  • Share
  • Reflect

Language Arts

Per. 1 (11:36-12:50)

Please take out:

  • Things I Want to Read list
  • independent reading book
  • Chromebook

Reading Minute: Taking Sides by Gary Soto

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Learning Target: Students will be able to sustain attention and focus on reading for thirty minutes.

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Learning Target: Students will be able to critically respond to a text using relevant textual evidence.

StudySync: Close Read – Eleven

  • Be sure you are turning in work: First Read – Eleven, Text Dependent Responses
  • Vocabulary Quiz
  • ACE Focus Questions

 

 

Homework:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log (on Biblionasium):
    1. Book title
    2. Page #s you read (p. ____ to p. ____)
    3. Big Thing that Happened (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 new word and how you guess its meaning using context clues or 1 visualization
September 20 2017

Weds.-Thurs. 9/20-9/21/17 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please take out:

  • Module 2 packet
  • math spiral
  • pencil
  • Chromebook

Warm-Up:

  • Choral count by 4’s: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48
  • Division Facts Timed Test
  • Review Divisibility Rules and do Skill 1 (on back)
  • Real-World Video

Lesson: 2.1 Greatest Common Factor, p. 31

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Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and demonstrate how to find and use the greatest common factor (GCF) of two whole numbers.

Engage:

How can math help a florist decide how to arrange flowers or help a baker to package bagels?

Image result for bagels

Explore:

  • Explore Activity 1, p. 31
    • Every factor of a number has a “partner.”
    • For example, if 3 is a factor of 18, ask yourself, “what number multiplied by 3 equals 18?” 3 x 6 = 18, so 6 is also a factor of 18.

Explain:

  • Example 1, p. 32
    • Remember, factors are numbers that divide evenly into a number.
    • For example, 4 is a factor of 24 because 24 ÷ 4 = 6.
    • Therefore, 24 is divisible by both 4 and 6 because 4 x 6 = 24.
    • How would the boxes change if the baker had 32 sesame bagels instead of 24 sesame bagels?
  • Do Your Turn, p. 32 (3-5)
    • How do you find the GCF of two or more numbers?
  • Explore Activity 2, p. 33
    • How can you use grid paper to find factors of a number?
    • Draw area models for 60 before you answer C-F.
    • How would this process change if you were adding three numbers instead of two?

 

Homework:

  1. Do Guided Practice, p. 34 (all).

(Switch name cards for next class.)

I hope you had a great day!

See you tomorrow!

September 20 2017

Wednesday 9/20/17 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please take out:

  • Things I Want to Read list
  • independent reading book
  • Chromebook

Per. 2 (8:15-9:29)

Reading Minute: Missing May by Cynthia Rylant

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Learning Target: Students will be able to sustain attention and focus on reading for thirty minutes.

First Read: Eleven

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Learning Target: Students will be able to respond to text dependent questions by Answering, Citing evidence, and Elaborating on their thinking.

First Read: Eleven – Think Questions

 

 

Advisory (9:33-10:21)

How can we demonstrate C.A.R.E. after the earthquakes in Mexico?

How can I show events from before and during my life on a timeline?

Intro Personal Timeline project

 

 

Homework:

  1. Read 20+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. Big Thing that Happened (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 new word and how you guess its meaning using context clues or 1 visualization
September 19 2017

Tuesday 9/19/17 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please take out:

  • Module 2 packet, open to p. 38
  • pencil
  • Chromebook

Warm-Up:

What are the different methods you can use to find the Least Common Multiple of two or more numbers?

Lesson: 2.2 Least Common Multiple

Image result for lcm

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Learning Target: Students will be able to explain how to find and use the LCM of two whole numbers.

Explain:

  • Applying the LCM, p. 38
    • Remember: a multiple of a number is like counting by that number. There is no limit to how many multiples you can list for a given number. (They can go on forever!)
    • When finding the least common multiple of a pair of numbers, which number will you more likely need to list more multiples of to find the LCM? Which number might you start with?

Elaborate:

Questions on p. 38-40 (odds)?

Evaluate:

Do 2.2 Least Common Multiple – Homework on your my.hrw.com dashboard.

Homework:

  1. Study Times Tables (if needed) with this video!
  2. Finish all assignments on dashboard (Mod 1 Assessment Readiness is Extra Credit).

(Switch name cards for next class.)