Week of May 10th

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Week of May 10th

 

 

TEST SCHEDULE

 

Monday

Speed Drill 8.5B

Cursive – Test #28

 

Tuesday

Math – Speed Drill 8.8A

SS – Vocab Quiz #3

 

Thursday

Bible and Bible Verse Test 34

Philippians 1:6 – I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.

 

Friday

Spelling Test List 34

Social Studies – Unit 6 Test

 

 

 

CLASSWORK

 

MONDAY

Bible – pg. 134

Math pgs. 363-364

Reading –  wkbk pgs. 329-330

Language – Ch. 20 WA 2nd Paragraph

Spelling pg. 133

Social Studies – book pgs. 304-305, wkbk pg. 73

Cursive – Test #28

 

TUESDAY

Bible – pgs. 135-136

Math pgs. 365-366

Spelling pg. 134

Language – Ch. 20 WA 3rd Paragraph

Social Studies – book pgs. 306-307, Video

Reading – book pgs. 163, wkbk pgs. 331-332

Cursive pg. 130

 

WEDNESDAY

Math pgs. 367-368

Reading – read pgs. 164-168, wkbk pgs. 333-334

Language – Ch. 20 WA 4th Paragraph

Spelling pg. 135

Cursive pg. 131

Social Studies – book pgs. 164-168, wkbk pg. 75

 

THURSDAY

Math pgs. 369-370

Spelling pg. 136

Language – Finish WA and Picture

Cursive pg. 132

Social Studies – Unit 6 Test Review (Test Tomorrow)

Reading – Read pgs. 169-171/wkbk pgs. 335-336

 

 

FRIDAY

Math pgs. 371-372

Language – Creative Writing Assignment – What they are excited about for Summer

Cursive pg. 133-134

Reading – Read pgs. 172-174/wkbk pgs. 337-342

Week of May 10

By Mrs. Kirsten DelaughterNo Comments

Snacks:

Monday: Cooper

Tuesday: Rose

Wednesday: John Luke

Thursday: Diego

Friday: Liberty

 

Tests: 

Tuesday: Handwriting test 27

Wednesday: Math test 28 (write the numbers using the ones and tens place, word problems, count by fives, write the sums and differences, set the minute hand, mark the circle under the correct sign using > or <) and speed drill 28

Friday: States and capitals test #4

May 3-7

By English III, UncategorizedNo Comments

This week, we will continue our Raisin in the Sun mini-unit.

Monday: Students will continue reading Act II of Raisin in Sun in class.

Tuesday: Quiz on Act II of Raisin in Sun; watch Act II of film. Begin reading Act III of Raisin in the Sun.

Wednesday and Thursday: Continue reading Act III of Raisin in the Sun.

Friday: Quiz on end of Raisin in the Sun; finish watching film of Raisin in the Sun.

May 3-7

By English IINo Comments

This week, we will continue our Macbeth unit.

Monday: Quiz on Act 5, Scene 1 of Macbeth. Complete forces chart in order to prepare for Timed Write tomorrow on whether external forces or internal flaws influence Macbeth’s downfall.

Tuesday: Timed Write Essay: students have the hour to write an essay in which they argue whether external forces or internal flaws contribute to Macbeth’s downfall.

Wednesday: Finish reading Macbeth; begin watching movie.

Thursday and Friday: Quiz on end of Macbeth; finish watching movie Thursday and Friday.

Next week: culminating task essay; students will be writing full literary analysis on Macbeth based on prompt of their choice.

 

May 3-7

By English INo Comments

This week we will continue our To Kill a Mockingbird unit.

Monday: Quiz on Ch. 22-23 of TKAM. Then, we will begin writing our argumentative essays about the jury system. Students will be given resources in class with which to develop their ideas.

Friday: Argumentative essay due (2.5 pages). We will then read Ch. 24-25 of TKAM.

Monday, May 10th: Quiz on ch. 24-25 of TKAM.

Week of May 3rd

By Mrs. Kirsten Delaughter, UncategorizedNo Comments

Announcements:

May 6: Christian T-shirt day and National Day of Prayer

May 7: Fried oreos

Snacks:

Monday: JR

Tuesday: Rose

Wednesday: John Luke

Thursday: Diego

Friday: Liberty

Tests:

Tuesday: handwriting test 26

Wednesday: Math test 27 and speed drill 27

Thursday: Science ch. 13 vocab test

Friday: states and capitals test #3 and science chapter 13 test

May 3-7

By Mrs. Jamie GlasscoNo Comments

Thank you to all of my students!! You have made me feel very special this week!! I appreciate all of my gifts and prayers!! My fifth grade rocks!!!!!! 

 

Announcements

May 14, 2021- AR Due

May 17-20, 2021- Students will have half days.

May 21 , 2021- Awards Day- You will bring the students with you to the sanctuary at 9:00. They will then leave with you after the ceremony.

 

Reminder- All work must be shown on math homework. If work is not shown it will not be graded.

Memory Verse:

Weekly Memory Verse: The verse listed should be memorized each week in the format listed on the website. The student should also have the verse written multiple times for their morning work. If there is ever a discrepancy between what is written in the notebook and the website, use the website.

Homework Schedule

Homework is listed daily on classroom board.

Monday: Read AR, finished any uncompleted work from class, study for upcoming tests

Tuesday: Read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Wednesday: Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Thursday: Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Friday: Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Test

Monday: Spelling Test

Tuesday:

Wednesday: Social Studies Voc. Quiz chapter 9; Tuck Everlasting comp quiz chapters 9-17

Thursday: Math Test (1-84); Social Studies chapter 9 Test

Friday: Bible test 32, Spelling Test 33,

Spelling words: accountable, recount, intended, tendency, expressive, impression, aeronautics, astronaut, astronomy, autographs, tripod, selenology, albedo, craters, density, mare, phases, reflectivity, satellite, inscription, manuscript, misnomer, nomination

May 3-7

By Mrs. Aimee Kidder, UncategorizedNo Comments

Bible verse: Hebrews 10:24

Let us think about each other and help each other to show love and do good deeds.

 

Spelling List: 33

List: 33

  1. title
  2. riddle
  3. jungle
  4. buckle
  5. people
  6. temple
  7. rumble
  8. trouble
  9. capable
  10. able
  11. settle
  12. handle
  13. double
  14. shuttle
  15. whistle
  16. sample
  17. sparkle
  18. vegetable
  19. planets
  20. history

 

Test Schedule:

Reading: Charlotte’s Web Chapters 13-15 (Monday, May 3rd) **this is a rescheduled test

 

 

Bible:  Chapter 31 (Friday, May 7th)

Spelling: List 33 (Friday, May 7th)

Social Studies: Chapter 9 (Friday, May 7th)

 

 

Homework: (homework is assigned on Monday and due on Friday) (math homework will be graded) (LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE TAKEN)

  • Reading- Read an A.R. book on your level for 30 minutes each night. Students can take an A.R. quiz at school when a book is finished. Please keep track of the books read at home on the sheet located in the A.R. folder.
  • Math- pgs.309-310
  • Study guides: no study guides this week

 

 

Weekly Focus:

  • Bible- Paul’s third missionary journey (new vocabulary – endure, riot) Paul showed his faithfulness and trust in God when he said, “The Lord’s will be done.”
  • Reading- Charlotte’s Web– Chapters 16-18 (new vocabulary- tussle, pummeled, lacerated, listless, detected, humble) vocabulary PowerPoint in class.
  • Math- Chapter 11 Decimals
  • English- Chapter 15 Writing a friendly letter
  • Social Studies- Chapter 9 Making a Living in Louisiana (vocabulary for the test- producers, demand, opportunity cost, scarcity)

May 3-7

By English 8No Comments
  • Monday, May 3rd: Commas quiz part 1. To prepare for this quiz, see the handout that was emailed Friday, April 30th, as well as the comma foldable. The highlighted portions of the foldable are what students will be quizzed on. If students need additional help, have them refer to the worksheets in Notability that we completed this week (Heading is Commas I; some students may have a hardcopy instead of physical copy).
  • This week, we will go over rules for Commas II-III on pages 30-34 of Grammar III book (the next grade book) to review all functions of the commas.
  • Quiz on Commas II-III on Thursday, May 6th. Students can refer to in-class practice and their comma foldable for studying purposes.
  • On Thursday, we will begin our semicolon/colon focus. I will give students the semicolon and colon pre-test as a pre-assessment (since we covered this material earlier this year). Then, have students take notes on the semicolon and colon by recording the rules on the provided worksheet. This material will be on the exam, as well as the comma material.
  • I will provide a mixture of class, partner, and independent work on semicolons/colons worksheet (two days). Use p. 36-37 of Grammar III workbook [This will involve introducing conjunctive adverbs!].

Week of May 3, 2021

By Mrs. Bridget BlatzNo Comments

Announcements

 

May 14, 2021- AR Due

May 17-21, 2021- Students will have half days.

May 21, 2021- Awards Day- You will bring the students with you to the sanctuary at 9:00. They will then leave with you after the ceremony.

Reminder- All work must be shown on math homework. If work is not shown it will not be graded.

 Test/ Quiz Schedule- 

Weekly Memory Verse: The verse listed should be memorized each week in the format listed on the website. The student should also have the verse written multiple times in the Bible notebook. If there is ever a discrepancy between what is written in the notebook and the website, use the website.

1 Peter 4:7-8 “Now the end of all things is near; therefore, be clear-headed and disciplined for prayer. Above all, keep your love for one another at full strength, since love covers a multitude of sins.”

Monday: None

Tuesday: None

Wednesday: Langue Test (capitalization, punctuation, subjects, verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections, verb phrases, prepositional phrases, using words correctly, using plural nouns in sentences, and diagraming subjects, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs) and Math Quiz (rounding decimals, adding and subtracting decimals, and comparing decimals)

Thursday:  Spelling Test 33 and Science Ch. 14 Test (Study guides should be in the study guide section of the binder.)

Friday: Literature Test “Name This American”- Comprehension and Vocabulary and Bible Lesson 33

 

Homework Schedule : All homework is usually assigned on Monday and due back on Friday unless otherwise noted. All homework should be in the student’s handwriting and all work must be shown. Student’s work should be their own and students should not share answers with one another.

Monday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, math WS,  study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Tuesday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, Math WS, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Wednesday: Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Thursday: Read AR for 30 minutes,  study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Friday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

May 3-7

By Social Studies 6, UncategorizedNo Comments

Homework:

Monday: Complete study guide for Chapter 18 Test

Tuesday: Study for Chapter 18 Test

Wednesday: None

Thursday: Finish brochure on which ever war you chose if you did not complete it in class

Friday: None

 

Tests/Quizzes

Wednesday: Chapter 18 Test

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