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Weekly Skills 

Welcome to Mrs. Scarberry's Class

Homework packets were assigned on Friday and are due on Thursday. 

Tuesday is PE. Wear tennis shoes.

Weekly Skills for October 15-19, 2018

ELA

 Students will ...

  • listen to read aloud of Peter Pan and write responses after each chapter
  • identify text structures: compare & contrast, cause & effect, sequence, description, and problem & solution
  • identify the different types of figurative language in Peter Pan, poetry, and other pieces of narrative texts
  • review character traits
  • Comprehension Test-Complete on Friday

Language:

  • common & proper nouns

Spelling:Students that made a 90 or above on the pretest will not have to take the test on Thursday. Week 9 words to study: dusty, patch, page, chief, phone, quickly, gave, push, pretty, nine, live, empty, inside, strange, clothes, break, change, shoes, paragraph, special

Vocabulary: Review vocabulary words & definitions for Vocabulary Quiz on  Wednesday. *See words, definitions, and example sentences in Reading pocket of binders.

Writing: Students will read the article, "Sand" and answer comprehension questions about the article. After discussing the main idea of each section, students will respond to a writing prompt. *This will be practice for the writing that will be completed for a grade in 2 weeks. 

 

Math: Students will ...

  • understand measurement in terms of liters, milliliters, grams, and kilograms.
  • solve word problems using all operations.
  • round numbers to the nearest tens and hundreds.
  • IXLMath: BB14, BB15, & P1
  • Math Assessment will be given on Thursday.

**Timed Multiplication Test will be given this week. Multiplication test will consist of 50 problems. It will include 3's and 6"s and must be completed in 5 minutes. 

MULTIPLICATION FACTS WERE ASSIGNED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR. THESE TESTS ARE AVERAGED AS AN ASSESSMENT GRADE AT THE END OF EACH NINE WEEK PERIOD. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT UNTIL CHRISTMAS TO BEGIN DRILLING FACTS.