Week at a Glance (September 17-22)
Students will watch a Brainpop Jr. video over verbs and take the easy and hard quiz. Students will record academic vocabulary and examples of verbs in their ELA journals
Students will complete independent, whole group, and small group activities over action/linking verbs and verb tenses.
Students will have a class discussion over obeying rules and laws at school and in our community. Students will collaborate with the class on what would happen if we had no rules. Students will record academic vocabulary in SS journal and complete a small group activity over rules and laws
Students will be split into small groups. Each group will be expected to create a rule or law in which they would like to be passed. Students will create a poster board with their law, and write a letter to the mayor explaining why their rule or law should be passed and how it will make their community better. This will count as a major grade. Students will present their poster to the class.
Students will continue review of the 3 states of matter. Students will be given worksheets over each state of matter (Solid, liquid gas) in which they will have to complete independently.
Students will complete the 3 states of matter sort and take an assessment over the 3 states of matter.
Students will watch a Brainpop Jr. video over greater than less than, equal to. Students will complete the quiz after watching. Students will record academic vocabulary in math journals.
Numbers will be written on the board. Students will come to the board and insert the correct symbol(greater than, less than, equal to).
Students will also be split into small groups. Each group will be expected to read the greater than or less than statement on the cards. Students will decide whether each statement is true or false (ex. 67>27 is true, but 27>67 is false). Students will place the greater than or less than card on the correct sorting mat. After sorting all the cards, students will record their sort on the recording sheet.
Students will take an assessment over greater than, less than, and equal to.