Ms. Wejman

February 8th, 2019

Homework ~ Week of February 11th

Monday, February 11, 2019

This week for homework, read Sacagawea by Lise Erdrich.  By Friday, you should complete three tic-tac-toe activities in your homework notebook.  At the top of each page, you should write the date and title of the story.

Use each vocabulary word on pages 498 and 499 in a sentence.  Each sentence should have at least eight words in it. Complete the Text to Text Activity on page 521. Answer the stop and think question on page 511.  Identify at least three phrases that help you to visualize what is happening.  
Answer the Stop and Think question on page 508.  Identify another example of onomatopoeia. Explain the meaning of the onomatopoeia.   Complete the graphic organizer found on page 501. Using the poems on pages 521 and 522 as inspiration, write a poem of beauty.  
Identify the main idea of the last paragraph of page 506.  Identify two details to support the main idea. Write a letter to Miss Wejman about this story. Your letter must be written in correct format in five or more sentences. Answer the essential question in five or more sentences.

 

February 8th, 2019

Peek at the Week ~ Week of February 11th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of February 11th-15th

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Mini-lessons this week will focus on dialogue and word choice.  The writers will practice using dialogue to show the responses of characters to situations.  They will also be encouraged to use sensory imagery to give more description to their mystery writing.  

 

Reading: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.  

As the students continue to read their mysteries, they will pay attention to any foreshadowing clues in their guided reading books. The students will learn that foreshadowing is an author’s use of hints and clues to suggest events that will occur later in the story.  They will pay attention to foreshadowing clues through dialogue, description, and the attitude and reactions of the characters. Ask your fourth grader to define examples of foreshadowing with you as they are reading at home.

 

Math: Students subtract fractions, record data on a line plot, and explore iterating angles.

This week in math the students will be covering a variety of topics. The first half of the week they will continue their work with fractions, except this week the focus will be on subtraction. Later in the week, they will be introduced to line plots. They will not only read a data plot, but will be able to record data themselves. Lastly, students will explore angles and the different ways that they are labeled.

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read Sacagawea Complete three Tic Tac Toe activities.   Three Tic Tac Toe activties due.  
Math Homelink 5.7 Homelink 5.8 Homelink 5.9 Homelink 5.10 Math Homework

Due

 

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