Friday, March 18, 2017

There will be no regular classes due to CAASPP testing, however students attend their regular school days, but at 8:30, for testing.  So students need to come to school on Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 until 12:00.  They will need to be picked up after testing as all afternoon classes are cancelled.

Here is the homework for the next 2 weeks:

Homework for March 20-24

Math:

For all Acellus, work needs to be shown on a seperate piece of paper and turned in when you return to class on April 4th

  • Acellus Math:  Three-Dimensional Figures Video and problems
  • Acellus Math:  Volume of a Rectangle Prisms Video and problems
  • Acellus Math:  Volume of Triangular Prism Video and Problems
  • Acellus Math:  Find Missing Dimensions of Prisms

Science:

Language Arts:

  • Turn in Final Draft of Argumentative Essay to Mrs. Coughren at testing
  • Spelling page 138-141, Have parent give spelling test Thursday or Friday
  • Vocabulary word of the week: Unanimous – day 4 and 5
  • Work on Book report, Due April 5  book-review-instructions  POWERPOINT BOOK REPORT with edits 6th grade
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapters 5 and 6, and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.  Learning from Frighfuls Perspective chapters 5-10
  • Acellus Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
    • Short Story Lomax -Intro
    • Lomax – Word Impact on Meaning and Tone
    • Lomax Scene to Overall Structure
    • Denotation and Connotation
    • Synonyms
    • Antonyms

History:

  • History Textbook, read pages 238-239, questions 1-2 on page 239

Homework for March 27-31

Math:

For all Acellus, work needs to be shown on a seperate piece of paper and turned in when you return to class on April 4th

  • Acellus Math:  Nets
  • Acellus Math:  Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms Using Nets
  • Acellus Math:  Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
  • Acellus Math:  Surface Area of Triangular Prisms Using Nets

Science:

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 144-147, Have parent give spelling test Thursday or Friday
  • Vocabulary word of the week: None
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapters 7 and 8, and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.  Learning from Frighfuls Perspective chapters 5-10
  • Acellus Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
    • Using a Frayer Model
    • Multiple Meaning Words
    • Prefix, Suffix, and Roots
    • Spelling Tips
    • Context-Clues-Definitions
    • Context-Clues Synonyms
    • Context-Clues Antonyms

Work on book report due April 5

History:

  • History Textbook, read pages 240-245 complete questions page 245 #1-4

March 10, 2017

Math:

  • Eureka Math Mid-Module Assessment Task problems (if not finished in class)
  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 5.3.1. What if it is not a rectangle? Review and preview  5-71 to 5-75
  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 5.3.2 Review and preview 5-80 to 5-84

Science:

  • Acellus Frozen Fresh Water video and questions/Cornell Notes
  • Acellus Fresh Water Underground video and questions/Cornell Notes

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 132-133
  • Vocabulary word of the week: Unanimous – day 1 and day 2
  • Read and annotate “Speaking Bonobo” and “When Animals Communicate, They Are Not Using ‘Language’”.  Ensure you annotate very well.  Read twice
  • Complete Graphic organizer for argumentative essay  Arugmentative Writing Promt
  • Read chapters 2 and 3 (pages 20-42) and complete “Learning from Frighful’s Perspective” annotations.

History:

  • History Textbook, read pages 220-231, complete questions page 231, #1-5

March 8, 2016

Homework for March 10, 2017

Math:

  • Eureka Math, Lesson 8, Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers (Completed in class)
  • Eureka Math Lesson 9, Sums and Difference of Decimals finish lesson problems and problem set  Eureka Math Lesson 8 and 9
  • Eureka Math Mid-Module Assessment Task problems 1 and 2 all parts  Mid Module assessment task 6-2

Science:

  • Acellus: Water Cycle video and quiz, Cornell Notes

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 128-130, Study for Spelling Test
  • Grammar, Subject-verb agreement Review, page 167-168  Subject verb agreement review
  • Vocabulary word of the week: tangible – day 4 and 5
  • Read and annotate “How Smart are Animals?”  pages 105-112.  How Smart are Animals
    • Complete Critical Vocabulary on page 115 and Vocabulary Strategy on page 115 on a separate piece of paper
    • Complete Analyze the Text questions 1-5 on page 114 on a seperate piece of paper
    • Complete Pronoun number #1-5
  • Choose book for book report due March 31

History:

  • China: textbook, page 217, questions 1-7

March 3, 2017

Homework for March 8, 2017

Math:

  • Eureka Math Lesson 3: Interpreting Division of a Fraction by a Whole Number – Visual Models, Problem Set, page  S.5 all problems (If not completed in class)
  • Eureka Math Lesson 4:  Interpreting and Computing Division of a Fraction by a Fraction – More Models (if not completed in class)
  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 5.1.3.  Work on a separate piece of graph paper

Science:

  • Acellus: Glaciers  change Land and Move Sediment video and questions/Cornell notes
  • Acellus: Unit 4 review and exam

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 126-127
  • Grammar, Subject-verb agreement page 163-166
  • Vocabulary word of the week: tangible – day 2 and 3
  • Read and annotate “The Silk Road, Yesterday and Today”  Ensure you complete “Close Read Notes” and answer all questions using evidence from the text.
  • Choose book for book report due March 31

History:

  • China: textbook, page 216, questions 13, 14, and 15

 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Homework for March 3, 2017

Math:

  • Eureka Math Lesson 2: Interpreting Division of a Fraction by a Whole Number – Visual Models, Problem Set, page  S.5 all problems (If not completed in class)

 

  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 5.1.2  Work on a separate piece of graph or lined paper

 

Science:

  • Acellus: Waves and Wind Shapes Land video and questions/Cornell notes

 

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 122-123 and study for spelling test Friday
  • Grammar, Subject-verb agreement page 161-162
  • Vocabulary word of the week: tangible day 1
  • Read and annotate the poems “The Last Wolf” and “Animal Wisdom” Ensure you complete “Analyzing the Text” and answer all questions using evidence from the text on a separate piece of paper.
  • Writing Prompt:  Informational writing.  Fear
    • Final draft, Due Friday, March 3

History:

 

  • China: textbook, page 215-216, questions #11-12