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Welcome

Tues-Fri, Oct. 15-Oct. 18

End of First Quarter this Friday!

Conferences Oct 30 and Nov 1; see Dojo for sign up

Halloween Party Oct 31

ELA: Reading

Reading The Whipping Boy

Students will:

  • Do a research project on The Middle Ages
  • Focus on character traits, summaries, inferring, character change
  • Write to express understanding
  • Keep working on their AR goal for independent reading time
  • Listen to Fish in a Tree read-aloud
  • Reading is 50% of ELA grade

Google Classroom

Epic class code:

ReadWorks class code:

 

ELA: Spelling

Please sort and spell at home daily (about 5 minutes :)

  • New List at the start of every week! Differentiated lists according to student level
  • Students work on weekly assignment-due Fridays
  • timed sorts and spelling practice through the week 
  • Spelling tests on Fridays
  • Spelling is 20% of ELA grade.

ELA: Language

no language this short week

Students will:

  • practice identifying and locating these 
  • activities and task cards to review
  • quiz to assess learning
  • Grammar is 30% of ELA grade

Math: Module 2-Metric Measurements

Students Zearn and complete Exit Ticket daily

Topic B; Lessons 4&5 this week; then quiz

Prodigy 

Zearn!

Kahoot!

Cool Math

MATH HOMEWORK HELP 

4th grade math games

Math Antics

Science: The Human Machine

We watch these explorations in class, discuss & do activities. There are assessments at the end.

Fossil Finds-Anchoring Layer

Mystery 1: Could a volcano pop up in your backyard?

Mystery 2: Why do some volcanoes explode?

Mystery 3: Will a mountain last forever?

Mystery 4: How could you survive a landslide?

How can you figure out where a rock came from?

 

 

Social Studies: Illinois!

We read the text together & in partners, discuss and interact with the text

Students will: 

  • close read nonfiction text and annotate
  • learn unit vocabulary
  • Listen to Read Alouds
  • do reports on famous people
  • do activities like plays, debates, and art as we learn about IL
  • do assessments: use text to locate answers
  • IL video
  • IL video #2
  • Lincoln farewell speech

Tiger Time: 

Students rotate between Roger's teachers every 3 weeks. They do different activities in each classroom.

Currently, Strunk's kids are in Google Training with Mrs. Sadler

Kiddle    KidRex     mymunka

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room Recess

contact information -

bstrunk@dist102.org

 

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