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Literacy and Social Studies

Mrs. Sharp’s Class

March

25th – 29th  

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Bell Work

 

Comprehension Passage

‘Yesterday and Today’

Comprehension Passage

‘Big Rhinos’

 

Comprehension Passage

‘Comparing Camels’

Comprehension Passage

‘Tale of Two Cities’

 

QUIZ

Daily Language Review

Social Studies

 

Mt. Rushmore

Hot Springs National Park

Arkansas

The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker

The 42nd President-Clinton

Reading

“How Night Came from the Sea”

Genre: Myth

Comprehension Skill: Generalizing

Vocabulary: Context Clues

Language Arts

Pronoun Verb Agreement

Combining Sentences

Possessive Pronouns

Contractions: Pronouns and Verbs

Mixed Review

Spelling

Vowel Sound in shout spelled ou and ow

Go over list

Sort

Match Up and Word Search

Alphabetical

Order

Crossword

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.

Vowel sound in shout spelled ou and ow

however      mountain      mound          scout                    shout

couch          towel           ounce          coward                 outdoors

flowerpot     scowl           browse        announce               hound

trout           drowsy        grouch         eyebrow               boundary

 

**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.     

 

VOCABULARY

brilliant-shining brightly; sparkling

chorus-anything spoken or sung all at the same time

coward- person who lacks courage or is easily made afraid; person who runs from danger, trouble, etc.

gleamed- flashed or beamed with light

shimmering-gleaming or shining faintly