ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on Iready and Istation.
ELA Learning Targets:
- Understand that dramas are made of parts called “scenes”
- Describe how each scene advances the plot of a drama
Comprehension: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the March on Washington
W.3.8: Gather information from print sources
W.3.a: Establish a situation and introduce a narrator and or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
3.W.1.2: Write informative/explanatory text to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
IXL: L.3, J.1
Social Studies: SS.3.G.1.1: Use thematic maps, tables, charts, graphs, and photos to analyze geographic information.
Review Week Unit 3
Guests- people who come to visit or eat a meal
Banquet- a large meal presented for an important event or pleasant
Agreeable- nice or pleasant
Curiosity- an interesting or strange thing
Gaze- a steady look or stare
Untrusting- having doubt about something
Wearily- acting very tired
Depart-leave or go away
Suitable- proper or right
Increase- make bigger or greater
Observed- studied carefully
Advised- told what to do
Discouraged- losing hope
Preserve- an area set aside for the protection of plants and animals; protect from harm
Restore- bring something back to its original condition
Suffered- was damaged or harmed
Rainfall- amount of rain that falls on an area in a period of time
Annual- happening once a year
Potential- the possibility to become real or to become greater
Expensive- costing a lot of money
Politely- in a way that shows good manners
Package- something put in a box or wrapped in paper
Wrapping- paper, plastic, or cloth that is used to cover something
Innocent- harmless; not guilty
Aisles- the areas between rows of shelves at a store or seats
Instance- an example of something
Illustrate- draw a picture to explain or decorate something written
Style- a particular way of doing something
Textures- the ways surfaces feel when you touch them
Sketches- simple drawings that are done quickly
Suggestions- plans or ideas that are offered to others
Science Learning Targets: Students will learn about how light travels, is reflected, refracted and absorbed.
Science Learning Activities: Students will investigate how light travels with a variety of activities, such as, shadow puppets, refraction bowls and a light lab.
Math Learning Targets:
Students will be able to use models to find equivalent fractions, express whole numbers as fractions, and use models to compare fractions and record results.
Math Learning Activities: Students will be working from My Math Chapter 10. Students will practice making models to show fractions, use mixed numbers and write fractions that are equal to whole numbers. Students will practice these skills in centers and on IXL and Prodigy.
IXL: X. 1-11