1.) Read your table partner’s story.
2.) Find three words that you think can be improved by a synonym.
3.) Leave a comment with the dull word next to the page you found it on.
3.) Now, return to your own story and use this link, thesaurus.com to replace the dull words with more vivid ones.
4.) When you are finished replacing them in your story, return to this post and leave a comment with the three dull words and the three vivid words you replaced them with.
5.) You get one point per word that you replace for a total of 3 points. You must post your words here after you change them in your story to get credit.
1.) Read through all instructions before proceeding.
2.) Visit schooltube.com to create your online video uploading account.
3.) In the top right corner, click “Sign-Up”.
4.) Fill out the required fields. See step 5 for u/n and p/w.
5.) Username is your first name and the number of your month and day. Your password should be your lunch number
For example: u/n= anthony0130 and p/w= 36530
6.) Press submit, and I will approve. Then, it will ask you to enter my email before you can upload your video: [email protected]
Today I will be in a meeting that will teach me new ways to teach you math and English language arts. Your instructions are posted as follows:
Morning Work: Spelling City Your username and password are the same as your moodle login information. You should begin completing the assignments I have listed for you.
Math: During today’s lesson, you will be learning the difference between a right angle, an obtuse angle, and an acute angle. After you have created an anchor chart as a group, you will complete a scavenger hunt around the room to identify each angle. In a blog comment, submit an example of each angle that you find in the room for a total of three examples: right, obtuse, and acute. If you have extra time, design an electronic poster of acute, right, and obtuse angles using the Pages application on your Mac. You can pull in pictures from the safe search engines, and watch discovery education videos ABOUT ANGLES.
Reading: Today, you are going to be thinking about persuasive writing techniques that you can use to convince the United States Postal Service (USPS) that your nominee should be featured on the next stamp. Click here to read an article that demonstrates how to write a convincing argument. In complete sentences, leave a blog comment that tells me your opinion about uniforms. Leave another sentence that explains how the author affected your opinion with their writing? Finally, you may use the remainder of your time to find additional research on your person, and edit your movie.
Handwriting: Copy the last ten spelling words in cursive together: nerve, worm, thirsty, workout, earn, determine, commercial, whirlwind, worthwhile, and virtual.
Library from 12:25-1:10
Drop everything and read from 1:10-1:30.
After writing your classmate’s biography, it is now time for you to begin researching someone that has inspired you. Why should you research? Read Scholastic’s Weekly Reader to find out!
How should we pick our nominee? Click here to read the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee guidelines.
After we read the guidelines, we will need to establish rules for who you can choose to research. Many of you have good ideas already! The following links will help you decide!
In a comment below, please complete this sentence, “My biography stamp recommendation is _________________.” Then, leave three reasons in sentence form about why you think they are the best choice for your project research.
See the following rubric to make sure you have earned all the points you can for your comment.
RUBRIC for documentary: Add your ideas by clicking here!
During intervention today, you should use the links above to decide if you think we should have a snow day or not. Remember, if we have a snow day today, we will be making it up later this year.
After you have read both articles and stated your opinion, you may use our search engines to research how snow is formed and why some say we may have more snow in the south end of the county than the north.
If you have not been able to comment because of technical difficulties, please leave your comment on PADLET by clicking here.
First, click here to watch,
The Human Body: Muscles and Bones
. You will need to log in to Discovery Education to view the video.
Leave a comment with 3 keywords from the video clip. Why are those keywords important? How did they help you learn something about how our human bodies are unique?
If you finish early, you may watch the full video I have assigned you in your Discovery Education assignment folder until Mrs. Bawaneh gives you further instructions.
In the comments below, brainstorm as many, varied, and unusual questions that you could ask your classmates so that they answer you with unique, interesting facts about themselves.