Week of January 2, 2018
Tuesday - Unfinished class work
Wednesday - Spelling p. 94 # 1-8
Thursday - Spelling p. 95 # 1-8
Spelling Unit 14 - jewel, sparkle, angle, shovel, single, normal, angel, legal, whistle, fossil, puzzle, bushel, local, gentle, level, label, pedal, ankle, needle, devil, simple, special, metal, nickel, double, mineral, artificial, vital, neutral, kernel
Tues - independent practice p. 91 #1-20
Wed - Spelling Spree p. 92 #1-25
Thurs - proofreading p. 93
Fri - Test Unit 14
Science - Earth Science- Layers of Earth
atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, crust, mantle, core
Social Studies - Chapter 5 The Settlement of North America
Lesson 1 Northwest Passage: Northwest Passage, profit, portage, John Cabot, Giovanni da Verrazano, Henry Hudson, Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, Jacques Marquette, Louis Jolilet, Grand Banks, Hudson River, Canada, St. Lawrence River, New France, Quebec
Explain why Europeans began to explore the eastern coast of North America; identify seven important explorers of eastern part of North America and describe their discoveries; identify the reasons that the French founded New France
Religion - Feast of the Epiphany
Reading - "Jane Goodall"............. (Expository Nonfiction) p. 212-224
Essential Question - What can people do to protect wild animals ?
Vocabulary: conservation, contribute, enthusiastic, environment, investigation, humane, loggers, tapeworms
Skills: fact and opinion; context clues; compare and contrast; electronic media; main and helping verbs
Writing: p. 225 Write Now - Jane Goodall's 10 Ways to Help Save Wildlife lists rules for protecting animals. Think about another situation where rules are helpful. Now write rules that people can follow in that situation.
Reading in Science - p. 226-229
English - Main and Helping Verbs
Verbs that are made up of more than one word are verb phrases. In a verb phrase, the main verb names the action. The helping verb helps tell the time of the action.