Homework

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Week of December 11th

MONDAY:   

Mrs. Tice’s Language Arts/Reading:

  • The Words Their Way quiz is on Wednesday
  • Reading Logs are due Wednesday – If the students do a good job with these, then they will not have one next week.  There MUST be a parent’s signature to verify completion.
  • If students did not finish their “Unexpected Visitor” prewriting, they must complete it at home.

Mrs. Phillips’ Science / Social Studies:

We finished an article about Jamestown today – which we read, highlighted, and thoroughly discussed as a class.  Students need to finish questions about the article which were started in class.  These questions are due Wednesday.

Continue to review what we have learned about Roanoke and Jamestown.  Here are questions that can still be discussed about both colonies.

Roanoke:

What country sponsored the Roanoke Colony?

Who was the Roanoke colony’s governor?

Why did the governor have to go back to England and why did it take him so long to return to Roanoke?

What did he find at Roanoke Island when he returned three years later?

Tell about at least 3 theories of what may have happened to the colonists of Roanoke Island.

What do you think happened to the lost colonists?  What evidence supports your theory?

Jamestown:
Who was on the throne in England when the Jamestown Colony was started?
Who paid for the voyage and supplies for beginning a colony?
What does it mean to own stock in a company?
Why was the choice of location for settling Jamestown a poor one?
Explain why the population of Jamestown went up and down in the first three years?
What role did John Smith play in helping the colony survive?
Describe what happened during the “Starving Time”.
How did the Jamestown colony eventually come to make money?
What was the House of Burgesses?

If your parent can verify you discussed these questions together through a quick note, email, or even signature in your assignment notebook, I will give you two positive token punches.

Mr. Haywood’s Math:

 We began multiplying fractions with area models.
Complete pages 139 and 140 in the practice and problem solving book.
Lesson 13 quiz on Wednesday.
Students received pink I Ready log report today.  Each student is required to complete 45 minutes of I Ready computer lessons weekly, and should be keeping track of quiz scores.  On average, a student should be passing 1-2 quizzes per week.  We are counting diagnostic minutes toward their minutes on task.

 

Mrs. Tice’s Language Arts/Reading:

  • Reading Logs are due tomorrow – must include a parent signature to verify all activities were completed.
  • Be ready for the WTW quiz tomorrow!
  • Grammar Sentence Quiz is on Friday.

Mrs. Phillips’ Science / Social Studies:

Study your notebook pages and re-read the story of Jamestown, “Establishing the Virginia Colony” to prepare for a quiz on Friday over Roanoke and Jamestown.

Mr. Haywood’s Math:

Lesson 13 quiz tomorrow.  See pages 126-131 in instruction book; see study guide, and notes in accordion files to study.

 Students received pink I Ready log report.  Each student is required to complete 45 minutes of I Ready computer lessons weekly, and should be keeping track of quiz scores.  On average, a student should be passing 1-2 quizzes per week.  We are counting diagnostic minutes toward their minutes on task.

WEDNESDAY:

Mrs Tice’s Language Arts/ Reading:

  • Grammar sentence quiz is on Friday!

Mr. Haywood’s Math:

Lesson 13 quiz today.

We began lesson 14 today.  Complete pages 145 and 146 in the practice and problem solving book.

Students received pink I Ready log report.  Each student is required to complete 45 minutes of I Ready computer lessons weekly, and should be keeping track of quiz scores.  On average, a student should be passing 1-2 quizzes per week.  Minutes spent on the diagnostic count toward student scores.

 

 

Mrs. Phillip’s Science / Social Studies:

THURSDAY:  

Mrs Tice’s Language Arts/ Reading:

  • Prepare for the Grammar Sentence Quiz tomorrow!

Mr. Haywood’s Math:

Complete practice and problem solving book pages 147 and 148.

Students received pink I Ready log report.  Each student is required to complete 45 minutes of I Ready computer lessons weekly, and should be keeping track of quiz scores.  On average, a student should be passing 1-2 quizzes per week.  Minutes spent on the diagnostic count toward student scores.

Mrs. Phillip’s Science / Social Studies:

FRIDAY: 

Mrs Tice’s Language Arts/ Reading:

  • Get Friday Folder Signed

Mr. Haywood’s Math:

Complete practice and problem solving book pages 149 and 150.

Get Friday Folders signed.

 

Mrs. Phillip’s Science / Social Studies:

  • Get Friday Folder Signed

 


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