This Week Class 1B
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Religion: During Lent, we renew our hears and minds in order to prepare to celebrate new life at Easter. We will begin our journey with the introduction of the Stations of the Cross.
Unit 4 Week 5
Essential Question: How do people work with animals?
Close Reading of Complex Text: cite relevant evidence from text; Determine connections within text: sequence; retell the text
Writing: draw evidence from nonfiction text; write informational text; conduct short research on working with animals
Speaking and Listening: engage in collaborative conversation about working with animals; retell and discuss From Puppy to Guide Dog; present information on how people work with animals
Content Knowledge: explore different ways that people work with animals
Language Development: conventions- use adverbs that tell when; Develop oral vocabulary-career, advice, soothe, trust, remarkable; Acquire and use academic vocabulary- clever, signal; Identify frequently occuring root words.
Foundational Skills: phonics- long e: y, ey; compound words; spelling-bumpy, puppy, funny, penny sandy, bunny, key, monkey ; high frequency words-found, hard, near, woman, would, write; fluency- intonation; decodable text- apply foundational skills in connected text.
Fraction Review and Test, Hour, Half Hour, Time Patterns
Tests this week:
Tuesday: Religion Chapter 16, and Math Fractions
Friday: Reading and Spelling
Monday- Gym (students wear gym clothes to school)
Wednesday- Art, Spanish
Homework will be posted here in addition to the students copying it into their homework book.
Homework for week of 2/24
Monday: Religion: Study Chapter 16
Math: Study Fraction Review Packet
Spelling: p. 97
Tuesday: Religion: Page 240
Spelling: page 98
Math: Workbook page 112
Spelling: page 99
Thursday: Religion- Worksheet
Math- Workbook page 113
Spelling- page 100 and study for test
Friday: Test/ behavior folders signed and returned
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