• What was school like long ago??? 

    Find out below!

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     Wednesday, May 13th

    Respect Proverb for Wednesday:

    See the light in others, and treat them as if that is all you see...Dr. Dawyne Dyer


    (45 minutes)

    Staircase Towers: Jumps of 2

    Unit 5:  Session 2.6

     Learning Concept Success. Red Dart Hitting A Target. Vector Sign. Royalty ...

    -I can analyze and compare patterns generated by different rules

    -I can interpret a numerical pattern in the table in terms of the situation it represents

    -I can interpret the shape of a graph in terms of the situation the graph represents

    -I can compare situations by describing differences in their graphs

    ***IMPORTANT.  When you click on the video or  lesson, it will prompt you to a Pearson Sign In. Follow these    directions:

    • Please click Pearson EasyBridge Plus & Audio
    • Type in Niagara Falls City School District and press "Go"
    • Click "Sign in as a Student
    • Have your child put their user name to log in to their computer at school.  Their password is their student ID #.

    1.   Click on the purple link to review the Math, Words and Ideas video Growing at a Changing Rate                                                                                                              Click this link to review how to write an Algebraic Expression

    2.  Carefully read the directions on page 340, and complete the table by clicking the link below

    Red Arrow Pointing Right PngPrintable Staircase Towers: Jumps of 2 Table

    Click the blue link below for printable grid paper or the centeimeter grid to help you build the staircase tower. 

    Red Arrow Pointing Right PngPrintable 1x1 grid paper to cut out and use as tiles or, Red Arrow Pointing Right PngCentimeter Grid Paper to draw the Towers with jumps of 2

    3. Remember to draw and fill in the Staircase Towers: Jumps of 2 table in a notebook or on a sheet of paper or use the printable.  Be sure to include the date and title of the lesson.  When finished,

    ONLY answer questions 1-4 about the lesson by clicking on Red Arrow Pointing Right PngForm  Leave the form up to finish in step 5.....Do not submit the form yet.

    4.  Use your table from p.340 to complete the graph on page 342 by clicking on Click this blue  link for Red Arrow Pointing Right PngPrintable Graph Paper     

    5. Now go back to the form and answer questions 5-6.  Be sure to check your work before you submit.                                          




    Reading/Writing (45-60 minutes)

    The Dog Newspaper by Peg Kehret

     Click the blue links for access activities/links

    ***Remember -When using on line Jouneys' materials, you can type in the page number you want at the top of the screen and click "the arrow".

    Learning Concept Success. Red Dart Hitting A Target. Vector Sign. Royalty ... - I can use the RACE strategy to answer a comprehension questions. I can use story details to make inferences and support with text evidence.

    1.  Reread The Dog Newspaper  p.542-551 by clicking the link-->  e-bookAn autobiography is a person's account of his or her life.  As you read/listen to the text, think about quotes or details from the text that include important facts and opinions. 

    2.   Read "Dig Deeper" on p. 552-553 by clicking the link ---> e-book.  Fill out the graphic organizer on Microsoft Teams to identify facts and opinions about the author's life and also about her dog, B.J.

    3.  Independent Reading- Don't forget to keep up with your reading.  You can record the minutes you read on this Reading Calendar

    Today is our library day. Check out the interactive Scholastic News Article (also includes a video, game, vocabulary and other activities)

    Red Arrow Pointing Right PngWhat School Was Like Long Ago


    Also, remember to work on the Science assignment from Monday and/or the Social Studies assignment from Tuesday.

    They are due Friday - 5/15/20


Last Modified on May 13, 2020