Homework for the week of 03-20-24-2017

Reading-

Mon-Friday- AR reading
 Tues: Reading comprehension worksheet, due on Wednesday
 
History-

The students will study US 1.9a, using their Essential Knowledge

The student will demonstrate knowledge of the causes, major events, and effects of the Civil War by

a)   describing the cultural, economic, and constitutional issues that divided the nation.

Writing-

Mon – Thurs-4 -AR summaries- due on Friday

Homework for the week of 13-17-2017

 

Reading

Mon- Thurs-

 AR reading with four summaries.

History

Mon-Thurs-Continue to study US1.8d

The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by

d) Identifying the main ideas of the abolitionist and women’s suffrage movements.

Fri-Quiz on US1.8d

Writing

AR- 4 summaries due

 

Homework for the week of March 6-10-2017

Homework for the week of March 06-10-2017

Reading

Mon- Thurs- AR reading- 4 summaries due on Friday Tues- Complete Vocabulary Sort worksheet 53-due on Wed

History

Mon-Thurs-Continue to study US1.8c The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by c) describing the impact of inventions, including the cotton gin, the reaper, the steamboat, and the steam locomotive, on life in America. Fri-Quiz on US1.8c

Writing AR-

4 half page  summaries due every Friday

Homework for the week of 02-20-17

Reading

Mon-Fri-AR Reading with summaries

Fri-

Reading Comprehension Test

 

History

Mon-Fri-History- Study Essential Knowledge- US1.8a

 

The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by

    1. a) describing territorial expansion and how it affected the political map of the United States, with emphasis on the Louisiana Purchase, the Lewis and Clark expedition, and the acquisitions of Florida, Texas, Oregon, and California.

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Fri-. Quiz on US1.8a

Writing

PM & AM Class -Writing- AR summaries

Fri-Homeroom only -DLR Quiz

Homework for the week of Feb-13-17-2017

Reading

Mon- Thurs-AR reading- 4 summaries due on Friday

History

Mon-Thurs-Continue to study US1.7c

Study- challenges faced by the new nation by:

  1. c) Describing the major accomplishments of the first five presidents of the United States.

Focus on US1.7b–Test on Friday - fill in the blank quiz.

Continue to study-US1.7a-b

Writing

AR- 4 summaries due

 

Homework for the week of Jan 30th-Feb3rd

Homework for the week of Jan 30-Feb3rd

Reading

Mon- Thurs-AR reading- 4 summaries due on Friday

Mon-Complete worksheet 36-Music Camp- Make sure, you use your reading strategies.

TuesComplete worksheets.38-39-Running for the Gold

History

Mon-Thursday-Study US 1.7a-b-Focus on US1.7a

Study -US1.7a-identifying the weaknesses of the government established by the Articles of

Confederation

Focus on US1.7aQuiz on Friday - fill in the blank quiz.

Study-US1.7b—describing the historical development of the Constitution of the United.

Friday-Quiz on US1.7a- fill in the blank quiz.

Writing

AR- 4 summaries due

Homework for the week of 01-23-26-2017

Reading

Monday-Complete workbook  pages.129-132 in your Test Prep booklet -due tomorrow

Please continue to practice your reading skills on Study Island at home daily.

Tuesday -Wednesday- Reading Benchmark Testing

History- Study US 1.7 a-b in your Essential Knowledge

Writing- AR Summaries due on Friday

 

Homework for the Week of 01-17-20-2017

 

Reading-

Tues-Thurs-Read a book of your choice for twenty minutes, write a short paragraph of what you read.

Friday-Turn your summaries on Friday

Tuesday-Complete reading comprehension worksheet 10-11-due Wednesday

History

Tues-Thursday: Continue to study US1.5-1.7 in your Essential Knowledge.

 

Writing

Tue-Thurs-AR- Summaries from the book you read

 

Homework for the week of 01-09-13-2017

Home work for the week of 01-09-13-17

Reading-Mon-Fri-

AR Reading with summaries

Fri- Reading Comprehension Test

Upcoming Testing-01-24-25-Reading Benchmarks (PT 1 & PT 2)

History- Study Essential Knowledge- US1.6

 

  1. a) identifying the issues of dissatisfaction that led to the American Revolution.
  2. b) New Political Ideas and the Growing Conflict
  3. c) Key Individuals of the Revolutionary War
  4. d) explaining reasons why the colonies were able to defeat Great Britain.

 

Writing- AR summaries

Friday- Adjective quiz

Homework for the week of 01-03-06-17

Homework for the week of 01-03-06-17

 

Reading-Mon-Fri-AR Reading with summaries

Fri- Reading Comprehension Test

History- Study Essential Knowledge- US1.6a-d

The cause and results of the American Revolution, the issues, the political ideas, key events, key people in the American Revolution, and the reason why the colonies were able to defeat Great Britain.

Writing- AR summaries

Wed-Complete worksheet on, capitalization, punctuation, and subject/ verb agreement.

Thursday-5th Grade Math Benchmark

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