Week 8, May 18 - May 22, 2020

  • ELA

     

    1. Spelling Enrichment

     

                I recommend that students continue spending about 15 minutes a day working on their Spelling Enrichments Packets. They can copy the words on a separate piece of paper. At the end of the week, you can give your child a spelling test for the first ten words to see how well they did.

     

    STUDENT TEAMS

     

    TEAM 1

    D-1 Spelling

    TEAM 2

    C-7 Spelling

    TEAM 3

    B-27 Spelling

    1. Jordan A.

    1. Jonathan A.

    1. Jamie A.

    2. Nehemiah B.

    2. Luis Angel B.

    2. Cristopher C.

    3. Miguel D.

    3. Esmeralda G.

    3. James H.

    4. Troy P.

    4. Montre L.

    4. Xavier O.

    5. Drelin S.

     

     

    6. Emily G.

     

     

     

                NOTE TO PARENTS: Each worksheet in the spelling packet comes with an answer sheet. I advise that you keep them away from the students and only use them in case they get stuck.

     

    1. iReady Reading Lessons

     

                In addition, I recommend that each student continue to spend from 15 minutes a day on his or her iReady Reading lessons. To access their iReady accounts you can go to www.clever.com.

     

    1. Writing (20 to 30 minutes this week)

                For writing this week I would like students to continue working on sentences. Please have them complete the worksheets I have attached.

     

    1. Reading Comprehension (15 to 20 minutes this week)
      1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student
      2. And enter their class code: M4TK4S
      3. Have students select their name from the list.
      4. Have students enter the following password: 1234

                Students can then go ahead and click on the article they were assigned to read for the week. I would like them to first attempt to read it themselves before playing the audio of the text. This week they will each have 2 texts to read. Their assignments will be available Sunday Evening and due by the following Sunday Evening.

    NOTE: Make sure that students SUBMIT their written answers. If they do not submit them, I cannot grade them!


Week 7, May 11 - May 15, 2020

  • ELA 

    1. Spelling Enrichment

                 I recommend that students continue spending about 15 minutes a day working on their Spelling Enrichments Packets. They can copy the words on a separate piece of paper. At the end of the week, you can give your child a spelling test for the first ten words to see how well they did.

    STUDENT TEAMS

     

    TEAM 1

    C-30 Spelling

    TEAM 2

    C-6 Spelling

    TEAM 3

    B-26 Spelling

    1. Jordan A.

    1. Jonathan

    1. Jamie A.

    2. Nehemiah B.

    2. Luis Angel B.

    2. Cristopher C.

    3. Miguel D.

    3. Esmeralda G.

    3. James H.

    4. Troy P.

    4. Montre L.

    4. Xavier O.

    5. Drelin S.

     

     

    6. Emily G.

     

     

     

                NOTE TO PARENTS: Each worksheet in the spelling packet comes with an answer sheet. I advise that you keep them away from the students and only use them in case they get stuck.

     

    1. iReady Reading Lessons

                In addition, I recommend that each student continue to spend from 15 minutes a day on his or her iReady Reading lessons. Each student should remember his or her login information. To access their iReady accounts you can go to www.clever.com.

     

    1. Writing (20 to 30 minutes this week)

                For writing this week I would like students to continue working on sentences. Please have them complete the worksheets I have attached.

     

    1. Reading Comprehension (15 to 20 minutes this week)
      1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student
      2. And enter their class code: M4TK4S
      3. Have students select their name from the list.
      4. Have students enter the following password: 1234

                Students can then go ahead and click on the article they were assigned to read for the week. I would like them to first attempt to read it themselves before playing the audio of the text. This week they will each have 2 texts to read. Their assignments will be available Sunday Evening and due by the following Sunday Evening.

     

    NOTE: Make sure that students SUBMIT their written answers. If they do not submit them, I cannot grade them!


Week 6, May 4 - May 8, 2020


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    1. Spelling Enrichment

     

                I recommend that students continue spending about 15 minutes a day working on their Spelling Enrichments Packets. They can copy the words on a separate piece of paper. At the end of the week, you can give your child a spelling test for the first ten words to see how well they did.

    STUDENT TEAMS

     

    TEAM 1

    C-29 Spelling

    TEAM 2

    C-5 Spelling

    TEAM 3

    B-25 Spelling

    1. Jordan A.

    1. Jonathan

    1. Jamie A.

    2. Nehemiah B.

    2. Luis Angel B.

    2. Cristopher C.

    3. Miguel D.

    3. Esmeralda G.

    3. James H.

    4. Troy P.

    4. Montre L.

    4. Xavier O.

    5. Drelin S.

     

     

    6. Emily G.

     

     

     

                NOTE TO PARENTS: Each worksheet in the spelling packet comes with an answer sheet. I advise that you keep them away from the students and only use them in case they get stuck.

     

    1. iReady Reading Lessons

     

                In addition, I recommend that each student continue to spend from 15 minutes a day on his or her iReady Reading lessons. Each student should remember his or her login information. To access their iReady accounts you can go to www.clever.com.

     

    1. Writing (20 to 30 minutes this week)

                For writing this week I would like students to complete the worksheets I have attached.

    1. Reading Comprehension (15 to 20 minutes this week.      
      1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student.                                                                                                   
      2.  And enter their class code: M4TK4S      
      3. Have students select their name from the list.       
      4. Have students enter the following password: 1234

                Students can then go ahead and click on the article they were assigned to read for the week. I would like them to first attempt to read it themselves before playing the audio of the text. They will also have to answer a mix of questions. Their assignments will be available Sunday Evening and due by the following Sunday Evening.

     

    NOTE: Make sure that students SUBMIT their written answers. If they do not submit them, I cannot grade them!


Week 5 April 27 - May 1, 2020


    1. Spelling Enrichment

     

                I recommend that students continue spending about 15 minutes a day working on their Spelling Enrichments Packets. They can copy the words on a separate piece of paper. At the end of the week, you can give your child a spelling test for the first ten words to see how well they did.

    STUDENT TEAMS

     

    TEAM 1

    C-28 Spelling

    TEAM 2

    C-4 Spelling

    TEAM 3

    B-24 Spelling

    1. Jordan A.

    1. Jonathan

    1. Jamie A.

    2. Nehemiah B.

    2. Luis Angel B.

    2. Cristopher C.

    3. Miguel D.

    3. Esmeralda G.

    3. James H.

    4. Troy P.

    4. Montre L.

    4. Xavier O.

    5. Drelin S.

     

     

    6. Emily G.

     

     

     

    NOTE TO PARENTS: Each worksheet in the spelling packet comes with an answer sheet. I advise that you keep them away from the students and only use them in case they get stuck.

     

    1. iReady Reading Lessons

     

                In addition, I recommend that each student continue to spend from 15 to 20 minutes a day on his or her iReady Reading lessons. Each student should remember his or her login information. To access their iReady accounts you can go to www.clever.com.

     

    1. Writing (20 to 30 minutes this week)

                For writing this week I would like students to write about the things they miss about school. Start by having them:

    1. Think about the 3 things they miss about school
    2. Write down those three things and why they miss them.
    3. Help students get started on writing a paragraph about those things by following the template below.

               

                The things I miss most about school are __________________, ______________, and________________. I miss _____________________ because __________________ ______________________________________. I also miss _______________________ because_________________________________________________________________.

    Last I miss _______________ because ________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________.

    These are the things I miss most about school.

    ( Example:

                The things I miss most about school are my teachers, my friends, and my P.E. class. I miss my teachers because they made teaching fun. I also miss my friends because I like playing and laughing with them. Last I miss my P.E. class because we played many fun sports. These are the things I miss most about school. )

     

    NOTE:            Students DO NOT have to stick to the template above, they can use their own. They do however need to have a topic sentence, followed by at least one supporting sentence for each detail. Please make sure that students pay attention to punctuation and capitalization. Also make sure the sentences are written in a paragraph format.

    1. Once students finish writing their paragraphs, please have them type it on a computer, if they have access to one. You can use WORD or any writing program available.
    2. Students will be able to take upload their typed assignment in the Google Classroom.

     

    1. Reading Comprehension (15 to 20 minutes this week)
    2. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student

     

    1. And enter their class code: M4TK4S
    2. Have students select their name from the list.
    3. Have students enter the following password: 1234

                Students can then go ahead and click on the article they were assigned to read for the week. I would like them to first attempt to read it themselves before playing the audio of the text. They will also have to answer some reading comprehension questions based on the text. There will be a mix of multiple choice, in which students simply pick the answer they think is correct, as well as a short written answer questions, in which students type in their own answer. Their assignments will be available Sunday Evening and due by the following Sunday Evening.

     

    NOTE: Make sure that students SUBMIT their written answers. If they do not submit them, I cannot grade them!