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Today’s 10/25/13 goals . Reading Naturally Quia Pronoun Games. TODAY’S 10/29/13 GOALS . Go over answers from “The Giant Panda. Read “The Galapagos Tortoise” & do questions in small groups. Reading Naturally. TODAY’S 10/31/13 GOALS . Reading Naturally

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today s 10 25 13 goals
Today’s 10/25/13goals

Reading Naturally

Quia Pronoun Games

today s 10 29 13 goals
TODAY’S 10/29/13 GOALS

Go over answers from “The Giant Panda.

Read “The Galapagos Tortoise” & do questions in small groups.

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Reading Naturally

SAR Time

THEN WE’LL SWITCH!!!

TODAY’S 11/4/13 GOALS
reading naturally suffix memory game then we ll switch
Reading Naturally

Suffix Memory Game

THEN WE’LL SWITCH!!!

TODAY’S 11/6/13 GOALS
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Reading Naturally

SAR Time

THEN WE’LL SWITCH!!!

TODAY’S 11/8/13 GOALS
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Animal Packet – “Key Deer” (Learning Partners)

“Tiger” – Individually

Entire Packet Should be Complete – turn it in!!!

TODAY’S 11/13/13 GOALS
today s 11 15 13 goals

Reading Naturally

Quia Adjective Practice Activities (Can play other games when you’ve finished with Adjectives)

GROUP 1 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 11/15/13 GOALS
today s 11 19 13 goals

Reading Naturally

Adjective Practice – Blue Grammar Books

Review E p. 341-342

Notebook paper - Copy down the sentences.

Underline Nouns, Circle Pronouns, Double Underline Adjectives

GROUP 2 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 11/19/13 GOALS
today s 11 21 13 goals

Reading Naturally

Adjective Practice – Blue Grammar Books

Review E p. 341-342

Notebook paper - Copy down the sentences.

Underline Nouns, Circle Pronouns, Double Underline Adjectives

GROUP 1 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 11/21/13 GOALS
today s 11 25 13 goals

Finish Adjective Practice – Blue Grammar Books

Review E p. 341-342

Notebook paper - Copy down the sentences.

Underline Nouns, Circle Pronouns, Double Underline Adjectives

Reading Comprehension Packets

TODAY’S 11/25/13 GOALS
reading naturally adjective practice quia activities group 2 does reading naturally first today
Reading Naturally

Adjective Practice

Quia Activities

GROUP 2 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 12/4/13 GOALS
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Reading Naturally

Adjective Practice

Quia Activities/Study for tomorrow’s test

GROUP 1 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 12/5/13 GOALS
reading naturally sar time group 2 does reading naturally first today
Reading Naturally

SAR Time

GROUP 2 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 12/10/13 GOALS
reading naturally sar time group 1 does reading naturally first today
Reading Naturally

SAR Time

GROUP 1 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 12/12/13 GOALS
read the newspaper select one interesting article and summarize it in at least five sentences
Read the Newspaper

Select one interesting article and summarize it in at least FIVE sentences.

TODAY’S 12/16/13 GOALS
substitute lesson kto training reading comprehension packet 2 stories sar reading time
SUBSTITUTE LESSON – KTO TRAINING

Reading Comprehension Packet

(2 stories)

SAR Reading Time

TODAY’S 12/18/13 GOALS
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Reading Naturally

Free Rice!!!

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English Vocabulary

GROUP 2 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 1/13/14 GOALS
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Reading Naturally

Free Rice!!!

www.freerice.com

English Vocabulary

GROUP 1 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S 1/15/14 GOALS
today s 1 27 1 31 14 goals

Reading Naturally – WHOLE CLASS

Note: The Targeted Reading Curriculum has now changed to reading naturally daily. PowerPoints will no longer be uploaded to reflect this, since it is repetitive.

TODAY’S 1/27-1/31/14 GOALS
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Reading Naturally

Reading Comprehension Packets – Complete 2 Stories & Turn in on stool!

GROUP 2 – Does Reading Naturally First Today!!!

TODAY’S ??????? GOALS
adverb practice packet

Today’s

Goals

1/17/13 (Class #2)

Adverb Practice Packet

bell ringer 30

1/22/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #30

Their (pro.) – possessive pronoun of they, showing ownership

Ex: Grant and Hunter gave their report in science.

There (adv.) – at a certain place

Ex: Over there is the door the students will walk through.

They’re – contraction of they are

Ex: They’re supposed to give you the keys to the house.

bell ringer 301

1/22/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #30

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) I can’t stand people who think that (their, there, they’re) ideas are the only ones that matter .

2) I think (their, there, they’re) too full of themselves.

3) However, (their, there, they’re) is no limit to some people’s boldness.

final adverbs questions first half of adverbs test

Today’s

Goals

1/22/13 (Class #2)

Final Adverbs Questions?

First half of Adverbs test

no class 6 th grade bowling field trip

Today’s

Goals

1/24/13 (Class #2)

No Class – 6th Grade Bowling

Field Trip

get back to work on our reading comprehension packet

Today’s

Goals

1/24/13 (Class #2)

Get Back to Work on Our Reading Comprehension Packet

substitute lesson doctor s appointments reading comprehension packet

Today’s

Goals

1/28/13 (Class #2)

SUBSTITUTE LESSON –

Doctor’s Appointments

Reading Comprehension Packet

bell ringer 31

1/30/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #31

To (prep.) – movement toward

Ex: Darren went through the hall and up to the front of the classroom.

Too (adv.) – also; excessively

Ex: They both wanted to go to the circus, too.

I used too much butter in the recipe.

Two (n., adj., pro.) – having two parts

Ex: The two of you are going to school together.

bell ringer 311

1/30/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #31

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) Often there are (to, too, two) many people (to, too, two) tell a secret.

2) Any more than (to, too, two) poses a serious threat (to, too, two) often that the secret will be spilled.

reading comprehension packet

Today’s

Goals

1/30/13 (Class #2)

Reading Comprehension Packet

substitute lesson reading comprehension packet

Today’s

Goals

2/1/13 (Class #2)

Substitute Lesson –

Reading Comprehension Packet

bell ringer 32

2/5/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #32

Weather (n./adj.) – state of the atmosphere with respect to wind, temperature, cloudiness, moisture and pressure

Ex: The weather was bright and clear as the hikers went up the mountain.

Weather (v.) – to age or discolor by the exposure to the atmosphere, to hold up against storm or trouble

Ex: The wind and rain weathered the wood siding on the cabin.

Whether (conj.)– introduces two choices, usually with or

Ex: Whether or not we have finished the project is still undecided.

bell ringer 321

2/5/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #32

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) It really mattered (weather, whether) or not the (weather, whether) would clear for the golf tournament.

2) The final decision would be based on (weather, whether) or not the lightning stopped.

3) There had been some doubt as to (weather, whether) play could even begin.

reading comprehension packet1

Today’s

Goals

2/5/13 (Class #2)

Reading Comprehension Packet

bell ringer 33

2/7/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #33

Their (pro.) – possessive pronoun of they, showing ownership

Ex: Grant and Hunter gave their report in science.

There (adv.) – at a certain place

Ex: Over there is the door the students will walk through.

They’re – contract of they are

Ex: They’re supposed to give you the keys to the house.

bell ringer 331

2/7/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #33

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) I can’t stand people who think that (their, there, they’re) ideas are the only ones that matter .

2) I think (their, there, they’re) too full of themselves.

3) However, (their, there, they’re) is no limit to some people’s boldness.

reading comprehension packet2

Today’s

Goals

2/7/13 (Class #2)

Reading Comprehension Packet

bell ringer 26

1/3/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #26

Bad (adj.) – not in a good way or manner; unpleasant, unattractive

Ex: Terry made a bad choice when he decided to leave school early.

Badly (adv.) – in an incorrect way; in an unsatisfactory or unskilled manner

Ex: The trumpet part was played so badly that the performance was ruined.

bell ringer 261

1/3/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #26

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) The stangnant water smelled (bad, badly) from the decaying leaves.

2) Charles felt (bad, badly) about not winning the competition.

3) The lobsters went (bad, badly) after being left out at the picnic.

bell ringer 27

1/9/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #27

Brake: (v.) – to slow down

Ex: Jeremy almost hit the road sign, but he braked the car in time.

Break: (v.) – to separate into parts, often violently

Ex: If you pour hot water onto glass, you will break it.

bell ringer 271

1/9/13 (Class #2)

BellRinger #27

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) Drive slowly enough so that when you (brake, break) the car won’t jolt forward.

2) Do not (brake, break) the lines of communication with your friends.

3) Each time you (brake, break) a promise, your character comes into question.

bell ringer 28

BellRinger #28

Its (pro.) – owned by

Ex: A horse uses its tail to swat flies.

It’s – contraction of it is

Ex: I don’t want any more details about my birthday present; it’s a secret.

1/11/13 (Class #2)

bell ringer 281

1/11/13 (Class #2)

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) (Its, It’s) never too late to apologize for your mistakes.

2) The furniture was worth only half of (its, it’s) value.

3) The cub had a difficult time reaching (its, it’s) food.

BellRinger #28

bell ringer 29

BellRinger #29

Than (conj.) – used for comparisons between two things

Ex: You are more intelligent than you think.

Then (adv.) – at that time in the past; next in order; also; on the other hand

Ex: Let’s go to the movies and then out to eat.

1/17/13 (Class #2)

bell ringer 291

BellRinger #29

Copy down the following sentences, selecting the proper word to make it correct.

1) That building seems taller (than, then) this one.

2) I don’t see how you can say one thing and (than, then) suddenly change your mind.

3) I like to get Chinese food every now and (than, then).

1/17/13 (Class #2)