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Monday – 4-2-A-Day 8:10 Attendance & Lunch Count/Pledge Reading ISAT April 10Happy Birthday Nick K. Bell Ringer- Math For Today March Genre Report – Due Today Blue & Red Crayon/Sharpen Two Pencils/Hang up Backpacks/Agendas 8:30 Word Blending/DORP Reading- Grizzly Bear Family- Voc. in Red Notebook Spelling – Pre-Test – Homework Assigned – Due 4-6 Language-DOL Week 21 10:00 UA- ISAT Practice - Reading 10:45 Math- Correct – p. 348/Notes Do: p. 354 2-18 & p. 518 11:35Lunch/Recess – 12:20 Math – Computer Lab/Apangea/AM 1:05 Pick up Room/Library 1:35 Science- Human Body Kit - Investigation 1 Word Bank 2:35 Pick Up Floor/Backpacks/Home
Tuesday – 4-3-B-Day 8:10 Attendance & Lunch Count/Pledge Reading ISAT April 10 Bell Ringer- Math 4 Today April Genre Report – Due 4-30 Homework Due 4-6 Blue & Red Crayon/Sharpen Two Pencils/Hang up Backpacks/Agendas 8:30 Word Blending/DORP Reading CBM Reading- Grizzly Bear Family – Read Story Do: Voc. Page - 347 9:30 Language- DOL Week 21 10:00 UA- ISAT Practice - Reading 10:45 Math-All Groups – Correct p. 354 & p. 518 Do: Diagnostic p. 359 11:35Lunch/Recess – 12:20 AM- Set Q4 Goals/Teams 1:05 Pick up Room/P.E. 1:35 Science- Human Body Kit- Investigation 1 Counting Bones 2:35 Pick Up Floor/Backpacks/Home
Wednesday 4-4-C Day 8:10 Attendance & Lunch Count/Pledge Bell Ringer- Math 4 Today April Genre Report – Due 4-30 Homework Due 4-6 Blue & Red Crayon/Sharpen Two Pencils/Hang up Backpacks/Agendas Clean Desks/Desk Inspector/Check Agendas 8:30 Word Blending/DORP Reading- Grizzly Bear Family – Do: p. 348 Generalizations, p. 349 Comp. Check Spelling pages 353, 354, & 355 9:30 Language- DOL Week 21 10:00 UA- ISAT Practice - Reading 10:45 Math- Correct p. 359 Do: p. 362 #6-17 Enrichment Activity p. 363 11:35Lunch/Recess - NEHS Meeting - Gym 12:20 Computer Lab-Apangea/AM 1:05 Pick up Room/Music 1:35 Science- Human Body Kit Investigation 1 Bone Puzzles 2:35 Pick Up Floor/Chairs up/Backpacks/Home
Thursday 4-5-A Day 8:10 Attendance & Lunch Count/Pledge Bell Ringer- Math 4 Today April Genre Report – Due 4-30 Homework Due 4-6 Blue & Red Crayon/Sharpen Two Pencils/Hang up Backpacks/Agendas 8:30 Word Blending/DORP Reading- Grizzly Bear Family – Do: p. 352 Structural Analysis, p. 356 Using context Clues, & p. 357 Contractions 9:30 Language- DOL Week 21 10:00 UA- ISAT Practice - Reading 10:45 Math- Correct p. 362 Do: p. 366 #6-21 11:35 Lunch/Recess - 12:20 AM 1:05 Pick up Room/Library 1:35 Science – Human Body Kit Investigation 2 Looking at Thumb Joints 2:35 Pick Up Floor/Backpacks/Home
Friday 4-6-B Day 8:10 Attendance & Lunch Count/Pledge Happy BD Amanda Bell Ringer- Math 4 Today April Genre Report – Due 4-30 Homework Due 4-6 Sharpen two Pencils/Hang up Backpacks/Agendas Blue/Red Crayon /Super Citizen/Red Tickets 8:30 Reading Buddies Reading- Grizzly Bear Family – Test Spelling - Test 9:30 Language- DOL Week 21- Test 10:00 UA- ISAT Practice - Reading 10:45 Math- Correct p. 366 Do: Tessellation Art Activity 11:35Lunch/Recess 12:20 Math - AM 1:05 Pick up Room/Library 1:35 Science – Human Body Kit – Investigation 2 Joint Tasks 2:10 Fun Friday 2:35 Pick Up Floor/Backpacks/Home
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Linder Farms Silver Trail Night Fundraiser • Date: Tuesday - October 4, 2011 • Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM • Location: Linder Farms
3-2-1 • Three things you’ve learned so far in your book. • Two questions that you have about your book. • One thing you’ve enjoyed about your book.
Class Duties – Mrs. Boggetti’s Class • Classroom Director • Line Leader • Roadrunner • Paper Patrol (2) • Maintenance Dept. (2) • Cubby Inspector (2) • Desk Inspector (2) • Computer Wizards (2) • Lunch Bucket (2) • Agenda Checker (2) • Bulletin Board Helpers (2) • Pencil Patrol • Timer • Art Helper (2) • Calendar/Date Keeper • Math Wizards (2) • AM Patrol (2) • P.E. Equipment (2) • Mad Scientist (2) • White Board Patrol (2)
Class Duties August – Mrs. Boggetti’s Class • Classroom Director- • Line Leader- • Roadrunner- • Paper Patrol (2)- • Maintenance Dept. (2)- • Mainetencace Dept. – Hall- • Desk Inspector- • Computer Wizards (2)-
Class Duties August • Lunch Bucket (2) - • Bulletin Board Helpers (2)- • Pencil Patrol - • Timer- • Art Helper- • Calendar/Date Keeper- • Math Wizard- • AM Patrol- • Mad Scientist- • P.E. Equipment-
How to Head Your Paper • First Name Last Name # • Assignment • Date
Gold Tickets Get for doing GREAT things like: Great school Work Great Behavior Random Acts of Kindness Use at School Store Save for End of the Year Assembly Mark IN PEN- FIRST & LAST NAME /Homeroom
Red Tickets In-Class drawing on Fridays
Super Citizen Chart Super Citizen! Green - I Can Manage Myself Yellow - I have caused a problem and need to fix it Red - I have chosen not to fix the problem. The teacher will do something to help me solve the problem.
Fun Friday2:00 – 2:30 3 check marks- Work/Detention Room Inside Fun- Outside Fun
Good Morning & Welcome! Put your backpack on hook. Vote for Lunch Please turn in: Empty Friday folder and put in cubby
Characteristics of a Good Class We resolve conflicts peacefully Everyone is learning Learning can be fun Everyone helps each other Everyone treats others with respect
Evaluating Rules Are the rules fair? easy to understand? well designed to achieve their purposes? clear as to what is expected? possible to follow? in conflict with other rules? in conflict with other important values?
Our Class Rules Pay Attention Take Care Of Our School Raise Your Hand To Talk Be Respectful To Adults & Classmates Be Nice, Be Happy, Be Ready To Learn Think Before You Act Say “No” To Drugs Throw Trash Away
Our Class Rules What should happen if someone breaks the rules?
Should the rules be • kept as is? • eliminated? • changed? • why? Evaluating Rules
Reading Strategy Workshop Good Readers: use strategies. use different strategies before, during, and after reading. think about how strategies will help them.
Reading Strategy Workshop Infer/Predict Use before and during reading 1. Think about the title, the illustrations, and what you have read so far. 2 Tell what you think will happen next-or what you will learn. Thinking about what you already know on the topic may help. 3. Try to figure out things the author does not say directly.
Reading Strategy Workshop Infer/Predict Use before and during reading 1. What do you think the Pumpkin box is? 2. As you continue listening to the story, think about whether your prediction was right. You might want to change your prediction.
Reading Strategy Workshop Phonics & Decoding Use this strategy during reading. Look carefully at the word. Look for word parts you know. Blend the sounds to read the words. Ask yourself: Is this a word I know? Does it make sense? If not, ask yourself: What else can I try? Should I use a Dictionary?
Reading Strategy Workshop Monitor/Clarify Use this strategy during reading whenever you are confused. 1. Ask yourself if what you’re reading makes sense. If you don’t understand something, reread, use the illustrations, or read ahead to see if that helps.
Reading Strategy Workshop Monitor/Clarify 1. Describe the Pumpkin Box. 2. Can you tell from listening to the story how the pumpkin box got there? 3. How can you find out why the pumpkin box was buried in the ground?
Reading Strategy Workshop Question Use this strategy during & after reading. 1. Ask yourself questions about important ideas in the story. 2. Ask yourself if you can answer these questions. If you can’t answer the questions, reread & look for answers in the text.
Reading Strategy Workshop Question Write a question you might ask yourself at this point in the story.
Reading Strategy Workshop Evaluate Use during and after reading. 1. Tell whether or not you think this story is entertaining and why. 2. Is the writing clear and easy to understand? This is a realistic fiction story. Did the author make the character believable and interesting?
Reading Strategy Workshop Summarize Use this strategy after reading. 1. Think about the characters. 2. Think about where the story takes place. 3. Think about the problem in the story and how the characters solve it.
Grammar-What is a Sentence? A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A sentencefragment is a group of words that does not express a complete thought. p. 3 #7-18 Writing Application- Extra Credit
Grammar-Four Kinds of Sentences Declarative- Tells something . Interrogative- Asks something ? Imperative- An Order . Exclamatory- Express with strong feeling ! p. 5 #6-20 Writing Application Extra credit
Grammar-Complete Subjects & Predicates A subject tells whom or what the sentence is about. A complete subject contains all of the words in the subject. A predicate tells what the subject is or does. A complete predicate contains all of the words in the predicate. The jet/ is landing. p.7 6-22 Writing Application- Extra Credit
Grammar-Simple Predicates A simplepredicate tells what the subject is or does. Includes helping verbs p. 138 A complete predicate contains all of the words in the predicate. He sang with many jazz bands. He has been called a great singer. 8-26 Even Writing Application- Extra Credit
Grammar-Simple Subjects A complete subject contains all of the words in the subject. A simplesubject the main word that tells who or what the sentence is about. May be several words that name a person or a place. p. 9 #9-26 Even Writing Application- Extra Credit
Grammar-Subjects in Imperative Sentences In an Imperative sentence, you is always the subject. It is not stated in the sentence. You is understood. (You) Please bring your camera. (You) Take lots of pictures. p. 13 # 10-30 Even Writing Application-Extra Credit
GrammarRun-on Sentences p. 23 • #6. Lifeguards wear brightly colored bathing suits, and these suits are easily spotted on the beach. • #8. Astronauts wear space suits, and these suits allow them to move freely in space. • #10. Jockeys wear suits called silks, their trousers are white, and their jackets are colorful. • #12. Baseballs are hard balls, and pitchers throw them very fast, so catchers must wear face masks.
GrammarRun-on Sentences p. 23 • #14. Carpenters must keep their tools with them, so they wear overalls with many pockets, and a special belt that holds their nails.
Wear Buttons Every Day Red Ribbon Themes Wed. Oct. 24th -Red Day- Red Alert! Drugs are not for you! Thurs. Oct. 25th-Pajama Day- Wake up without drugs- (Hold onto reality) Fri. Oct. 26th -Stuffed Animals Day-Hugs not Drugs Tues. Oct. 30th -Sunglasses Day- Block Out Drugs! Wed. Oct. 31st -Book Character or Career Day- Hooked on Books not DRUGS! or Choose Careers over Drugs! Wed. Oct. 31st -Door Decorating Judging - Each class chooses their favorite book.