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Tuesday, February 24, 2015. SCIENCE TIME. 8:10 – 8:40. Answer Key. Barometer atmospheric pressure Hygrometer humidity Liquid-n-glass thermometer temperature. 17th. Weather balloon satellite. Answer Key. Math Time!. 8:40 – 9:20. Workbook pages 719-720. Workbook pages 721-722.

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1. Tuesday, February 24, 2015 SCIENCE TIME 8:10 – 8:40

2. Answer Key Barometer atmospheric pressure Hygrometer humidity Liquid-n-glass thermometer temperature 17th Weather balloon satellite

4. Math Time! 8:40 – 9:20

5. Workbook pages 719-720

6. Workbook pages 721-722

7. Workbook pages 725-726

8. Workbook pages 727-728

9. Homework wkbk pages 724 & 730

10. Restroom Break 9:20 – 9:30

11. Math Stations Rotation – 2 9:30 – 10:45

12. MOVE TO LEARN http://www.movetolearnms.org/how-do-i-do-it/fitness-videos-4-6/cranium-corral/ 10:45 – 10:50

13. Language Arts/ Reading 10:50 – 12:00

14. Discuss Chapter 2 Homework – Chapter 3 10:50 - 11:20

15. Independent Reading 11:20 – 12:00

16. Out of Classroom! • 12:00 – 12:45 Activity • 12:45 – 1:15 Lunch • 1:15 – 1:45 Recess

17. Language Arts Review! 1:45 – 3:10

18. PBA Practice

19. PBA Practice 1:45 – 2:15

20. PBA Practice

21. Tuesday • Pulling out the ‘gist’ of each paragraph-identify author’s point of view with first article • Context Clue Practice

22. Reading to figure out the author’s purpose When we read to take a test, we are reading for the purpose of answering a question. One way to track our thinking is to annotate what we read. We need to see what our purpose is for reading and what we will be writing about.

23. Quick Check Let’s review what we learned about getting the ‘gist’. When we are reading we are looking for the “Who…did what” of that paragraph. These don’t have to be complete sentences for our notes, just a quick paraphrase!! We just need to have the basic idea of what the paragraph is about. This helps us when it is time to write. We also have to read through a LENS to stay focused on what we have to write about.

24. What’s the PCR? Write an essay explaining the similarities and differences in each article’s point of view about penguin rescue efforts after an oil spill.

25. What do we already know about compare and contrast? It can also be called similarities and differences. Since we are comparing and contrasting the author’s point of view on the topic, we are looking at how each author presented the topic and finding out what is similar and what is different.

26. Point of View You know the basics, but lets review just the same. There are three points of view. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. 1st person is when the author (this is nonfiction so the narrator is the author) is telling the events that happened to him/her. (1st person pronouns I, me, my etc…) 2nd person is when the author uses the pronouns you, your to bring YOU into the story and make you a part of the story. Everything written is being personally spoken to the reader. 3rd person in nonfiction is an overview. Like a newscaster or observer relating events. (pronouns-he, she, him, her etc…) It’s not enough to just identify point of view. We have to read to figure out what is the author trying to get us to understand through their perspective.

27. You read aloud and students follow with their own article. This should be done as a think aloud-please refer to your notes. Create a large anchor chart just like we did last week. Since we are looking for point of view I need to notice the pronouns. If they are first person, the author is telling us events as they happened to him/her. If they are second person pronouns then we are supposed to become part of the story, and if they are third person then it is going to be like a newscaster telling about events. Also, pay attention to the photographs as well as feelings that the author writes about.

28. Review our learning. We read the article with the focus of discovering what the author’s point of view on the subject was. The subject is a penguin rescue. We learned that it was first person and that the author was telling the events through her eyes as she experienced it. We learned that the rescue was overwhelming but it was very important. She used photographs to help explain the rescue and to let the reader glimpse what she saw. She gave details about how hard it was to bathe all of those penguins and how it could not have been done without all the volunteers. She also had the perspective that the volunteers were dedicated and amazing to do what they did.

29. Let’s use the article we read today to help us answer a question like what we may see on the PARCC test:

30. Independent Writing

31. 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)

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