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Literacy and Social Studies

Mrs. Sharp’s Class

September

24-28

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Bell Work

 

The Daily News:

“Boy Saved after High-Flying Ride

 

The Daily News:

“Having a Ball in Darwin”

 

The Daily News:

“London Bridge is Falling Down”

 

The Daily News:

“Tomb Keeps Its Secret”

The Daily News:

“New Book Shows How to Spell Words”

Daily Flip-It:

metaphor

Daily Flip-It:

idiom

Daily Flip-It:

compare

Daily Flip-It:

contrast

 

Daily Flip-It:

genre

Social Studies

Lewis and Clark

“Time Warp Trio”

Lewis and Clark and the Native Americans Comprehension passage

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“Jefferson’s Curiosity”

Comprehension Passage

“Jefferson Buys New Land”

Comprehension Passage

Reading

“Lewis and Clark and Me”

Historical Fiction

Comprehension Skill: Author’s Purpose

 

Read the story

Vocabulary

Suffixes er and or

Author’s Purpose

 

Vocabulary

 

Author’s Purpose

 

Vocabulary Quiz

Lewis and Clark Story Test

*Author’s Purpose

Language Arts

Writing Prompt: Narrative

Combining Sentences

 and, but, or

Sentence Punctuation

Spelling

Long e and Long o

Go over list

Sort by ee, e, ea,

oa, ow

Word Patterns

Crossword Puzzle

Opposites and Words in Context

Word Search

and Word Clues

EXTRA ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK

 

 

 

 

 

             

**As a Reminder** These are tentative lesson plans (not homework assignments) for the week.

                                                                                         These lesson plans are subject to change.

SPELLING- LONG e and o WORDS

TEST on October 5th

sweet          each            three           least            freedom

below           throat         float            foam            flown

greet           season         croak           shallow         eagle

indeed         rainbow        grown          seaweed       hollow

**We have Spelling tests every other week.  Students are given 2 copies of the list on the Monday the words are introduced.  One copy should come home and the other stays in their class folder.     

 

docks:  platforms built on the shore or out from the shore; (synonyms: wharves; piers)

migrating: going from one region to another

scan:  to glance at; look over quickly or hastily

scent:  a smell

wharf: a platform built on the shore or out from the shore beside which ships can load and unload

yearned: felt a longing or desire