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Let’s evaluate this summary. What do you see that is good? What could be improved? Are the 5 W’s answered?. Who found out the moon phase?. Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Waning Gibbous. 8:10 – 8:30. Let’s Practice Our Reading Strategies. Class Novel Intro. Read Chapter 8

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wednesday september 25 2013

Let’s evaluate this summary.

  • What do you see that is good?
  • What could be improved?
  • Are the 5 W’s answered?

Who found out the moon phase?

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Waning Gibbous

8:10 – 8:30

class novel intro
Class Novel Intro

Read Chapter 8

& Complete T chart

Chapter 8



8:40 – 9:15

historical reference for hugo
Historical Reference for Hugo

restroom break
Restroom Break

9:15 – 9:25

writing review
  • Let’s evaluate this summary.
  • What do you see that is good?
  • What could be improved?
  • Are the 5 W’s answered?

9:25 – 10:00


Let’s evaluate this summary.

  • What do you see that is good?
  • What could be improved?
  • Are the 5 W’s answered?

Let’s evaluate this summary.

  • What do you see that is good?
  • What could be improved?
  • Are the 5 W’s answered?
making meaning recognizing text features
Making Meaning – Recognizing Text Features!
  • Let’s partner up and learn a new cooperative structure called:
  • “Think, Pair, Write.”
  • First, I will ask you a question
  • Next, you will think of an answer
  • Then, you will discuss your answer with your partner
  • Finally, both you and your partner will individually write your answers in your response book

10:00 – 10:30

think pair write
Think, Pair, Write

The purpose of “T,P,W” is to practice explaining your thinking before writing it on paper.

  • What have you learned about working with a partner during “Think, Pair, Share” that can help you during “Think, Pair, Write”?
  • Did you mention that both partners should:
      • do their own part of thinking and sharing
      • listen carefully to understand what is being said
      • ask nicely if something is unclear

Teacher REREAD! – Notice Captions!

What does the information in this frame add to our thinking about rainforest destruction?

  • Notice the captions for the photographs
  • How might these photographs and captions help a reader better understand these pages about rainforest destruction?
Expository Texts often contain photographs and other features to help the reader better understand the topic.

The Slinky was supposed to hold equipment on naval ships.

A navy engineer by the name of Richard James was working to create a meter to monitor the horsepower output of shipsduring World War II, when one of the springs used to stabilize the meter fell off the table and continued to "walk" away. The idea to make a children\'s toy out of the wandering spring came to him almost immediately, and in 1945 hisfirst Slinky was complete.


Revisit Student Workbook!

“TPW” - What features do you notice on these two pages that might help a reader better understand the topic?

create chart expository text features
Create Chart“Expository Text Features”

Table of Contents

Diagram with Labels



class discussion
Class Discussion
  • How did you and your partner do explaining your thinking during “Think, Pair, Write”?
unit 2 spiral introduction
Unit 2 Spiral Introduction!

Independent Reading Time – 1st Article! Then time to Think – Pair – Share!

class discussion1
Class Discussion
  • What did your partner share with you today about his/her reading?
  • How did you show your partner that you were listening carefully?
  • How did your partner show that he/she was listening carefully?
unit 2 project literature book club powerpoint project
Unit 2 Project – Literature Book Club (PowerPoint Project)

Summary for pages/chapter(s) read daily, due by next school day.

TodayChp 5

Today Chp 9 & 10

Viktoria, Savanna, Destiny, Ruthie

Jordan, John, Logan

Today Chp 9 & 10

Today pgs – 54-68

Today Chp 5

Dylan, Anthony, Matthew, Austin

Julia, Katie, Madison, Olivia

Ethan, Zachary, Hayden

10:30 – 11:00

grammar time
Grammar Time!

11:00 – 11:10

word study
Word Study








So easy a cave man can do it!

The birthday cake you made was delicious!



Unit 2 – Week 2 – Day 3

Finishing Final Publication

Being a Writer

11:10 – 11:30

math time
Math Time!

11:30 – 12:00

begin check my progress math review
  • Independently - Complete Math Workbook pages 181-182

1:45 – 2:45

out of classroom
Out of Classroom!
  • 12:00 – 12:45 Activity
  • 12:45 – 1:15 Lunch
  • 1:15 – 1:45 Recess
math time1
Math Time!

1:45 – 2:45

finish check my progress math review
  • Independently - Complete Math Workbook pages 181-182
  • When everyone finishes OR at 2:15 take out a colored pencil or crayon and check your work as teacher reviews answers

1:45 – 2:15

science time

2:45 – 3:10

systems in your body

Systemsin yourBody


muscular system

muscular system

bicep – tricep - quadriceps

skeletal system

skeletal system

rib cage, skull, femur

digestive system

digestive system

intestines - stomach

excretory system

excretory system

kidney, bladder

systems are made of organs organs are made of tissues tissues are made of cells

Systems are made of organs. Organs are made of tissues. Tissues are made of cells.

(Now an art activity…)

  • Study Multiplication Facts
  • Science Workbook pages 126-127
  • Read at least 30 minutes every day 
  • Choice - Vocabulary Practice Wed. Words
3 10 3 15 wrap up
3:10 – 3:15 Wrap Up!
  • Pack-Up
  • Office will announce:

Car Riders – Leavearound 3:15

Bus Riders – Teacher walks out about 3:22

(listen to intercom-dismisses by grade)