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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Read Theory Asynchronous Work  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Read Theory Asynchronous Work

www.readtheory.org
Set a goal for yourself for this week of ReadTheory
Some possible goals:
1. Number of quizzes passed in a week (80% or higher)
2. Set time 15-20 min / day
3. A certain amount of Knowledge points in a week.

If you haven't linked your account to our class do it! After you login go to the top corner - 3 person icon - 'My Teachers' page. Put in your full name and then my email jssalen@cps.edu - for teacher's email.

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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πŸ”΄Flocabulary: Paragraph Writing Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄Flocabulary: Paragraph Writing Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Past Assignments

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: April 6  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: April 6

We are changing up our daily writing prompt for the next couple of weeks.Β  Each day we are going to learn about a different Greek God or Goddess.Β  For each God/Goddess I have identified a specific character trait that describes them and created a writing prompt based on that character trait.Β  The writing prompt is at the bottom of the slide.Β Β 

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: April 7 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: April 7

Greek God/Goddess of the Day: HeraΒ 
Write a story of a character who is envious or jealous of another person or thing.

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πŸ”΄What is Greek Mythology? (Wonderopolis) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄What is Greek Mythology? (Wonderopolis)

Read Wonderopolis to help answer the question What is Greek Mythology? and gain background information about our new unit in Reading.Β Β 

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work

www.readtheory.org
Set a goal for yourself for this week of ReadTheory
Some possible goals:
1. Number of quizzes passed in a week (80% or higher)
2. Set time 15-20 min / day
3. A certain amount of Knowledge points in a week.

If you haven't linked your account to our class do it! After you login go to the top corner - 3 person icon - 'My Teachers' page. Put in your full name and then my email jssalen@cps.edu - for teacher's email.

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🟒 Nearpod: Arachne Spins Her Web (asynchronous work) in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Arachne Spins Her Web (asynchronous work)

JHMYB



Greek Mythology:Β  Learn how Arachne became a spider!

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Monday April 5  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Monday April 5

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🟒Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: April 9  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: April 9

Greek God/Goddess of the Day: Athena
Write a character whose brain is their superpower.Β Β 

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🟣 Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Greek Mythology Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: April 8  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: April 8

Greek God/Goddess of the Day - Poseidon:Β What is it like to be friends (or enemies) with someone that has pendulum-like mood swings?Β Β 

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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πŸ”΄ Poetry Machine Poem - Slide 20 in Poetry Book  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Poetry Machine Poem - Slide 20 in Poetry Book

Use the website https://www.poetrygames.org/poetry-machine/ and their Poetry Machine to create a poem of your choice.
1. Select one of the poem types
2. Follow the directions for that poem
3. Use the site to write your poem
4. Copy and paste the poem into your Poetry Book (slide 20). If you want to do a second poem, write it on slide 21.

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 22 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 22

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🟑 Slides 8 and 9 in Poetry Book (Onomatopoeia, Simile/Metaphors)  in Google Classroom

🟑 Slides 8 and 9 in Poetry Book (Onomatopoeia, Simile/Metaphors)

Complete Slide 8 (Onomatopoeia) and 9 (Slides and Metaphors) in your Poetry Book.

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 25 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 25

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🟒 5 Essentials Survey  in Google Classroom

🟒 5 Essentials Survey

Take the 5 Essentials Survey about your experience at Locke School. This is an important survey and helps determine the overall rankings for Locke School. The survey will take between 15-20 minutes.

Survey link: http://survey.5-essentials.org/cps/survey/student/

You will need to know your student ID number. If you don't know it I can give it to you - email me for it.

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 24 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 24

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πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Our Class Poetry Book! in Google Classroom

πŸŸ’πŸ”΅ Our Class Poetry Book!

Find your page in our class poetry book. Add one of your poems onto the page. Decorate your page(s) - make it unique and express your style and the style of your poem.

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 23 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 23

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🟒Flocabulary: Context Clues Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Context Clues Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑Flocabulary: Context Clues Vocab Sentences in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Context Clues Vocab Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣Flocabulary: Context Clues Quiz in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Context Clues Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 26  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 26

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πŸ”΄ Write an Ode to someone or something you love - Slide 19 of Poetry Book in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Write an Ode to someone or something you love - Slide 19 of Poetry Book

Slide 19 in your Poetry Book:
An Ode poem is written about someone or something you love. There are many kinds of odes. For our poetry book we are going to practice including some figurative language in our ode (simile, metaphor, and personification).
1. Select a subject - someone or something you love
2. Think of reasons why you love it/them
3. Write a simile about them
4. Write a metaphor (or another simile)
5. Write a line about them using personification (human trait given to an object)
6. Come up with two more reasons why you love them.
7. Put it all together

Oh, __________
1 reason
1 simile
1 metaphor or simile
1 personification
1 more reason
Oh, how I adore (or love) _______

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 15  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 15

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 17 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 17

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 16 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 16

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 18 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 18

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🟒Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Vocab Game (asynchronous work) in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Vocab Game (asynchronous work)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Nearpod: Primary and Secondary Sources (asynchronous work)  in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Primary and Secondary Sources (asynchronous work)

TYFE5

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πŸ”΅ Write a Limerick - Slide 18  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Write a Limerick - Slide 18

In your poetry book (Slide 18) write a limerick poem.
Limerick are funny poems.
- They are 5 lines long.
- The 1st, 2nd, and 5th line rhyme.
- The 3rd and 4th lines rhyme. These lines are also shorter than 1,2, and 5.

One way to start:
1 - There once was a ___________________ from ________________
2 - Who ....... (rhymes with line 1)
3 - rhymes with line 4
4 - rhymes with line 3
5 - (rhymes with line 1 & 2)

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work

www.readtheory.org
Set a goal for yourself for this week of ReadTheory
Some possible goals:
1. Number of quizzes passed in a week (80% or higher)
2. Set time 15-20 min / day
3. A certain amount of Knowledge points in a week.

If you haven't linked your account to our class do it! After you login go to the top corner - 3 person icon - 'My Teachers' page. Put in your full name and then my email jssalen@cps.edu - for teacher's email.

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🟑Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Vocab Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Vocab Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Primary & Secondary Sources Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 19 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 19

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🟣 Anthem of Our Dying Day Jamboard  in Google Classroom

🟣 Anthem of Our Dying Day Jamboard

Highlight the figurative language in this songs' lyrics
Personification
Simile
Metaphor
Alliteration
Hyperbole

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 8  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 8

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πŸ”΄ Create a Color Poem  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Create a Color Poem

On the attached Google Doc. create a poem about a color of your choice.
1. Select a color
2. Brainstorm ideas using the 5 senses that describe that color
3. Create the poem

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 9 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 9

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work  in Google Classroom

πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Read Theory Asynchronous Work

www.readtheory.org
Complete about 20 min of Read Theory / day. Set a goal for yourself.
Some possible goals:
1. Number of quizzes passed in a week (80% or higher)

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🟒 Nearpod: Armpit of Doom (fig. language) - asynchronous work in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Armpit of Doom (fig. language) - asynchronous work

1. Highlight the rhyming words
2. Circle/highlight any idioms you find in the poem.
3. Draw a picture of the poem.

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πŸ”΅ Write Haikus - Slide 16 in your Poetry Book  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Write Haikus - Slide 16 in your Poetry Book

Haiku is a short Japanese poem
It has only 3 lines
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt:  March 10  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 10

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🟒Flocabulary: Idioms Vocabulary Game - asynchronous work  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Idioms Vocabulary Game - asynchronous work

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 11  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 11

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Idioms Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Idioms Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 12  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: March 12

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HIp Hop Speaks Jamboard - March 12 in Google Classroom

HIp Hop Speaks Jamboard - March 12

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🟣 Weekly Reflection  in Google Classroom

🟣 Weekly Reflection

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🟣Flocabulary: Idioms Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Idioms Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration Quizizz in Google Classroom

🟣Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration Quizizz

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🟣Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole, and Idioms Quizizz. (asynchronous work) in Google Classroom

🟣Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole, and Idioms Quizizz. (asynchronous work)

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🟒 ReadWorks: A Native in the Land of Poetry article + Question Set (asynchronous work) in Google Classroom

🟒 ReadWorks: A Native in the Land of Poetry article + Question Set (asynchronous work)

Please click the link to go to this assignment.

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🟒 ReadWorks: Langston Hughes article + e-book (asynchronous work)  in Google Classroom

🟒 ReadWorks: Langston Hughes article + e-book (asynchronous work)

Please click the link to go to this assignment.

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πŸ”΄ ReadTheory.com - Reading Skills Website  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ ReadTheory.com - Reading Skills Website

Follow the link to ReadTheory.com website (and our class on the site)
Sign in with Google
Take pretest
Complete activity

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 1 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: March 1

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 2 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: March 2

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 πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 4 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: March 4

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🟣Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Vocab Sentences in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Vocab Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 3 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: March 3

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🟒Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Using Descriptive Language Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣Daily Writing Prompt: March 5 in Google Classroom

🟣Daily Writing Prompt: March 5

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 23 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 23

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🟒Flocabulary: Personification Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Personification Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 22  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 22

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Personification Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Personification Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑Flocabulary: Personification Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Personification Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Write a Kennings Poem - In your Poetry Book Slide 14 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Write a Kennings Poem - In your Poetry Book Slide 14

In your poetry book - slide 14
Write a Kennings Poem. It is like a riddle. Pick a topic. Each line has two words that describe the topic. Generally a noun-adjective. See the examples and assignment attached.

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 25  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 25

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 24  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 24

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🟑 Are You There Yet India: Taj Mahal (Groups 4, 5, 6)  in Google Classroom

🟑 Are You There Yet India: Taj Mahal (Groups 4, 5, 6)

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 26  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 26

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🟣 Flocabulary: Personification Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Personification Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Write a Cinquain Poem - Slide 15 in your Poetry Book  in Google Classroom

🟣 Write a Cinquain Poem - Slide 15 in your Poetry Book

A Cinquain Poem has 5 lines.
1st line - topic (1 word) 1 word
2nd line - descriptive words - adjectives (2 words total) 2 words
3rd line - action verbs (many end in -ing) (3 total) 3 words
4th line - describes a feeling about the topic (4 words total) 4 words
5th line - synonym of topic (1 word) 1 word

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🟑 Nearpod: Rereading and Retelling a Poem  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Rereading and Retelling a Poem

IULFP

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🟒Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Feb 18 Poetry Book Assignment  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Feb 18 Poetry Book Assignment

Today’s Tasks:
Slide 6: Practicing Rhymes. Find rhyming words for car, blue, fly.
Front cover: Finish decorating it. Add your name.
Slide 3: Add to your brainstorm list (A list of things that you might want to write poems about).

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🟑Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸŸ‘πŸ”΅ Small Group Book Club    in Google Classroom

πŸŸ‘πŸ”΅ Small Group Book Club

As a group select one of the two poetry books assigned on Epic Books to read together.
Select two of the poems you liked best and complete the small group response form.

Bookjoy Wordjoy
or Everything is a Poem

getepic.com
class code: ycu7734

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 17 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 17

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 16 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 16

Due:

🟣 Write an Acrostic Poem Using Your Name  in Google Classroom

🟣 Write an Acrostic Poem Using Your Name

Write an acrostic poem using your name. Slide 13 in your Poetry Book
1. Write your name (first, last or both) vertically
2. Each letter becomes the first letter of words or phrases that describe you.
If you have questions view the attached video and examples posted here.

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 19  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 19

Due:

πŸ”΅ Small Group Book Club    in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Small Group Book Club

As a group select one of the three poetry books assigned on Epic Books to read together.
Select two of the poems you liked best and complete the small group response form.



getepic.com
class code: ycu7734

Due:

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 18 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 18

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: What is Poetry? Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 9  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 9

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb 8 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb 8

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Text Structure Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Text Structure Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΄ Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Oceania (continent)  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Oceania (continent)

6PEWA

Due:

🟑 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Australia (country)  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Australia (country)

4VMNY

Due:

🟑  Flocabulary: Text Structure Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Text Structure Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to New Zealand (country in Oceania)  in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to New Zealand (country in Oceania)

I4UZS

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 10 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 10

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 11  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 11

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Fiji! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Fiji!

WHPRX

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ’πŸŸ£ Wonderopolis Inquiry Learning  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ’πŸŸ£ Wonderopolis Inquiry Learning

Practice your Inquiry Learning!
Visit the website Wonderopolis. https://wonderopolis.org/wonders
On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during asynchronous learning - select a Wonder Question and learn about it. On the attached Google Doc
1. List the Wonder Question
2. Select two new vocabulary words from the article (plus their definition)
3. Write about what you learned.

In total you will have learned about 3 Wonder Questions and their answers!

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Text Structure Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Text Structure Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Text Structure Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Text Structure Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Autobiographical Poem (A poem about you) in Google Classroom

🟣 Autobiographical Poem (A poem about you)

Complete the sentence starters to create a poem about the person you know best - YOU.

Attached is my autobiographical I Am poem for an example.

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 12 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Feb. 12

Due:

πŸ”΅ Thurs Small Group Book Club in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Thurs Small Group Book Club

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 2 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Feb. 2

Due:

πŸ”΄ Nearpod:  Let's Visit North America! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Let's Visit North America!

FZYA5

Due:

πŸ”΄ Flocabulary: Suffixes Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Flocabulary: Suffixes Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Suffixes Vocabulary Game in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Suffixes Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Costa Rica!  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Costa Rica!

QLPAV

Due:

πŸ”΄ Freckle.com:  Civil Rights Sit-Ins in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Freckle.com: Civil Rights Sit-Ins

Read more about the Sit-ins used as a form of protest during the Civil Rights Movement.

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 1  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 1

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Suffixes Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Suffixes Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 4  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Feb 4

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Suffixes Quiz  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Suffixes Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 3  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Feb 3

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Canada! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Canada!

JEVZM

Due:

🟒 Take a Trip to Mexico! in Google Classroom

🟒 Take a Trip to Mexico!

WESKN

Due:

🟑 Freckle article:  Selma to Montgomery Marches in Google Classroom

🟑 Freckle article: Selma to Montgomery Marches

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Roots Vocabulary cards (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Roots Vocabulary cards (asynchronous learning)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟑 Take a Trip to Brazil! (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟑 Take a Trip to Brazil! (asynchronous learning)

Explore the country of Brazil.
4ZIHN

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 25  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 25

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 26 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 26

Due:

πŸ”΄ Nearpod:  Take a Trip to South America! (asynchronous work)  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Take a Trip to South America! (asynchronous work)

Visit the continent of South America.
HSRFV

Due:

 🟒Take a Trip to Ecuador! (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒Take a Trip to Ecuador! (asynchronous learning)

JB2LN

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Roots Vocabulary Game   in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Roots Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 27 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 27

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Roots Read & Respond (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Roots Read & Respond (asynchronous learning)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 28 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 28

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Peru!  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Peru!

Due:

🟒 Rosa Parks Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟒 Rosa Parks Quiz

Complete the quiz to show your understanding.

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Roots Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Roots Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 29 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Jan 29

Due:

🟣 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Colombia! in Google Classroom

🟣 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Colombia!

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 19 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 19

Due:

🟑 Freckle.com:  Main Idea Skill work  in Google Classroom

🟑 Freckle.com: Main Idea Skill work

class codes:
salenk (120)
salenm (118)

Due:

🟑 Nearpod: The Continent of Africa  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: The Continent of Africa

95P7N

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Vocab Game (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Vocab Game (asynchronous learning)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 20 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 20

Due:

🟒 ReadWorks.org article: John Lewis in Google Classroom

🟒 ReadWorks.org article: John Lewis

Learn about the civil rights icon John Lewis

Due:

🟒 ReadWorks article: Honoring King in Google Classroom

🟒 ReadWorks article: Honoring King

Read the article Honoring King and answer the comprehension questions.
Readworks.org
class code: J3LTRP

Due:

🟒 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Nigeria!  in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Nigeria!

9CHKI

Due:

🟣 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Egypt!  in Google Classroom

🟣 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Egypt!

3MSEP

Due:

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

 πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 21 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 21

Due:

πŸ”΅ Freckle.com - Word Study - At your level in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Freckle.com - Word Study - At your level

Word Study practice during small group time

Due:

🟣  Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 22 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 22

Due:

🟣Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Martin Luther King Jr. & Leadership Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Kenya! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Kenya!

HXUM3

Due:

🟑Tuesday Prefix Sort  in Google Classroom

🟑Tuesday Prefix Sort

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 12 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 12

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Prefixes Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Prefixes Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Take a Trip to Russia! in Google Classroom

🟑 Take a Trip to Russia!

WAF5V

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 11 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 11

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πŸ”΄ Nearpod:   Take a Trip to Asia! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Asia!

L5TGA

Due:

πŸ”΄ Prefix Sort 1 (small group activity)  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Prefix Sort 1 (small group activity)

Combine the prefixes with the base words to find correct combinations. Work in a small group.

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒Flocabulary: Prefixes Vocabulary Game (Asynchronous Work)  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Prefixes Vocabulary Game (Asynchronous Work)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to China! in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to China!

DB5N6

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 13  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 13

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 14  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 14

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Prefixes Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Prefixes Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Thailand!   in Google Classroom

🟣 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Thailand!

CFHZ5

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Prefixes Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Prefixes Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 15  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 15

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Jordan! in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Jordan!

P8M65

Due:

πŸ”΅ Prefix sort 3 (Thursday) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Prefix sort 3 (Thursday)

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ ReadWorks: Article of a Day - Important Latinx Figures in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ ReadWorks: Article of a Day - Important Latinx Figures

Select one article a day and complete 2-3 notes in the Book of Knowledge.
class code: J3LTRP

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Jan 4  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Jan 4

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Continents and Oceans  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Continents and Oceans

4BHZI

Due:

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Iceland! (asynchronous work) in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Iceland! (asynchronous work)

code: 6SA8W

Learn about the country of Iceland that is on the continent of Europe.

Due:

🟒  Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan 5 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Jan 5

Due:

🟑 Nearpod:  Take a Trip to Europe! in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Take a Trip to Europe!

75WHF

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 6  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Jan. 6

Due:

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan 7 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Jan 7

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Sweden!  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Take a Trip to Sweden!

GJIWR

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Jan 8  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Jan 8

Due:

🟣Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Alliteration & Assonance Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Take a Trip to Germany! in Google Classroom

🟣 Take a Trip to Germany!

code: EPGJC

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒 Nearpod: Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole Time to Climb (asynchronous work)  in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Simile, Metaphor, Hyperbole Time to Climb (asynchronous work)

ZRV7M

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Vocabulary Sentences in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΄ Quizlet Flashcards: Similes and Metaphors  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Quizlet Flashcards: Similes and Metaphors

password: Salen

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 14  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 14

Due:

🟒 Fairy Tale Comparison: The Talking Eggs and Cinderella  in Google Classroom

🟒 Fairy Tale Comparison: The Talking Eggs and Cinderella

Read the two fairy tales and then complete the chart to compare the two tales.

Due:

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 15  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 15

Due:

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Wed Dec. 16  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Wed Dec. 16

Due:

🟑 Nearpod: Lipong and the Ostrich Chicks  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Lipong and the Ostrich Chicks

GIXNY

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Ming Folktale  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Ming Folktale

Due:

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 18  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 18

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 17 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Dec. 17

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Quiz in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Similes & Metaphors Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Write a Fairy Tale  - We will do this on Friday Dec 11 in Google Classroom

🟣 Write a Fairy Tale - We will do this on Friday Dec 11

From the attached list select:
1. At least one 'Good' and one 'Evil' character
2. A setting
3. A fairy tale feature

Using these items write a fairy tale. The tale should be at least one page in length.

Other Options
A. Create an original fairy tale (not necessarily using items from the attached list). The story still needs to have the characteristics of a fairy tale (good vs evil, magic, special power, royalty, 3's or 7's, and/or talking animals).

B. Take a traditional fairy tale and write it in a different way.
Change the characters, setting, or type of conflict.

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πŸ”΄ Nearpod: A Fairy Tale:  The Emperor's New Clothes  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: A Fairy Tale: The Emperor's New Clothes

UTAPK

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πŸ”΄ ReadWorks: Once Upon a Time . . . article + questions  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ ReadWorks: Once Upon a Time . . . article + questions

Please click the link to go to this assignment.

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Monday Dec. 7th  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Monday Dec. 7th

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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🟒 Nearpod: Similes and Metaphors in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Similes and Metaphors

Learn about two types of figurative language Similes and Metaphors.

Code: SC389

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Wed. Dec. 9th  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Wed. Dec. 9th

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🟒 Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Vocabulary Games  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Vocabulary Games

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt:  Thurs Dec. 10th  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt: Thurs Dec. 10th

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑 The Horned Toad Prince  in Google Classroom

🟑 The Horned Toad Prince

Read the story the Horned Toad Prince in Epic Books. Complete the graphic organizer indicating which traits apply to this story. Give evidence from the book explaining how the traits fits.

For example: Magic - In Cinderella the fairy godmother can turn a pumpkin into a carriage - this shows magic.

class code: ycu7734

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Tues. Dec. 8th  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Tues. Dec. 8th

If you don't play the game think of a story where someone is in disquise or acts like someone they are not.

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🟑 Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Fri Dec. 11th  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt: Fri Dec. 11th

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🟣Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Fairy Tales Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑  Read Tall Tale Johnny Kaw + quiz  in Google Classroom

🟑 Read Tall Tale Johnny Kaw + quiz

In Epic Books, read the tall tale about Johnny Kaw and take the quiz at the end of the book.
Epic Books code: ycu7734
https://www.getepic.com/app/read/11593

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🟑 Flocabulary: Hyperbole Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Hyperbole Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 1  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 1

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🟒Flocabulary: Hyperbole Vocabulary Game (Asynchronous Work) in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Hyperbole Vocabulary Game (Asynchronous Work)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Tall Tales  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Tall Tales

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🟒 Our Live Nearpod Dec 2  in Google Classroom

🟒 Our Live Nearpod Dec 2

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 30  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 30

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🟒 Nearpod: Hyperbole!  (Asynchronous Wed work)  in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Hyperbole! (Asynchronous Wed work)

code: SPY6C

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) - Homework

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 2  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 2

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Hyperbole Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Hyperbole Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Tall Tale Quiz - Google Doc Option 2 in Google Classroom

🟣 Tall Tale Quiz - Google Doc Option 2

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🟣 Tall Tale Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Tall Tale Quiz

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πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Create Your Own Tall Tale  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Create Your Own Tall Tale

Write and draw a tall tale.
Brainstorm the characters, setting, problem/solution, and hyperbole.
Write a rough draft. Correct/add/improve it.
Write a final draft. Draw a picture that goes with the tall tale.

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Dec 3 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Dec 3

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 4 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Dec 4

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🟣Flocabulary: Hyperbole Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Hyperbole Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 23  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 23

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 24  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 24

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🟑 Parts of Speech practice:  Understanding Adjectives  in Google Classroom

🟑 Parts of Speech practice: Understanding Adjectives

Code: UKE87

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 16 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 16

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 17 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 17

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🟑 SWBST Drita Chapter 31  in Google Classroom

🟑 SWBST Drita Chapter 31

Somebody Wanted But So Then strategy for Chapter 31

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🟑Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟑Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Parts of Speech Practice:  Understanding Nouns  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Parts of Speech Practice: Understanding Nouns

Code: Q6IJT

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πŸ”΄ Freckle.com Capitalization & Punctuation Practice  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Freckle.com Capitalization & Punctuation Practice

class code: salenk

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 20 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 20

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 19 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 19

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πŸ”΅ Retelling the story: Drita, My Homegirl  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Retelling the story: Drita, My Homegirl

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🟣 Book Review of Drita, My Homegirl  in Google Classroom

🟣 Book Review of Drita, My Homegirl

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🟣Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Parts of Speech Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 9 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 9

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

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πŸ”΄ SWBST Summarize Chapter 20 (Drita, My Homegirl) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ SWBST Summarize Chapter 20 (Drita, My Homegirl)

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🟒 Nearpod: Native American Day (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒 Nearpod: Native American Day (asynchronous learning)

code: A8FHZ

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🟑 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Vocabulary Game (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Vocabulary Game (asynchronous learning)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 10 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 10

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 11 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt: Nov 11

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Read & Respond in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: We're the Piglets Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 13 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 13

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πŸ”΅ SWBST Summarize Chapter 25 (Drita, My Homegirl) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ SWBST Summarize Chapter 25 (Drita, My Homegirl)

Somebody wanted but so then.....for Chapter 25

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 12 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 12

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🟒 Today's Nearpod (Nov 11) in Google Classroom

🟒 Today's Nearpod (Nov 11)

Code; CKJYA

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πŸ”΄Flocabulary: In the Kitchen - Vocab Sentences  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄Flocabulary: In the Kitchen - Vocab Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Dia de los Muertos  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Nearpod: Dia de los Muertos

Learn about Dia de los Muertos. It is celebrated on Nov 1 and 2.
Code: N4UPT

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πŸ”΄ SWBST Summary of Drita, My Homegirl Chapters 11, 12, or 13 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ SWBST Summary of Drita, My Homegirl Chapters 11, 12, or 13

Somebody Wanted But So Then ..... for one (or a combo of 2 chapters) that we read today.

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 2 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 2

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒 Freckle.com - The U.S. Presidential Election article (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒 Freckle.com - The U.S. Presidential Election article (asynchronous learning)

Read and answer the questions on this Freckle.com article

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🟒 Flocabulary: In the Kitchen Video + Vocab Game   in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: In the Kitchen Video + Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Reading Nearpod:  Young Immigrant Stories (asynchronous learning) in Google Classroom

🟒 Reading Nearpod: Young Immigrant Stories (asynchronous learning)

Code: NPSC3

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🟒 Flocabulary: Political Parties Video + Vocab Game (Asynchronous learning)  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Political Parties Video + Vocab Game (Asynchronous learning)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Reading Nearpod:  An Immigrant's Story in Google Classroom

🟒 Reading Nearpod: An Immigrant's Story

Asynchronous work:
Learn more about an immigrants' path to the United States. How are they different than Drita's?

https://share.nearpod.com/xDPYioctmab
Code: NPSC3

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 4  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Nov 4

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 5  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Nov 5

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: In the Kitchen Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: In the Kitchen Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Freckle.com: Reading Informational Text skills - Summarizing and Word Choice in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Freckle.com: Reading Informational Text skills - Summarizing and Word Choice

class code: salenk

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πŸ”΅ Drita Exit Ticket  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Drita Exit Ticket

When Drita doubts that she could be friends with Maxie, her grandmother says,
β€œWho would want to be friends with someone just the same as themselves? It would be as interesting as looking in a mirror.”
Do you agree with her grandmother? Why or why not? How are your friends different from you?

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ ReadWorks: The Immigrant Experience (Article a Day)  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ ReadWorks: The Immigrant Experience (Article a Day)

Read an article a day from ReadWorks about the topic of immigration and refugees to build up our background knowledge for Drita, My Homegirl. After reading the article, write 3 things you learned (or new vocabulary words) in your Book of Knowledge (on the ReadWorks site).


Please click the link to go to this assignment. Sign in through Google - it should take you straight to your article.

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πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 26 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 26

Restate prompt, use complete sentences, and end sentences with an endpoint (. ? !)

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Writing:  Wk1 Paragraph of the Week  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Writing: Wk1 Paragraph of the Week

Step by step create a strongly written paragraph. This week's prompt:
We are always learning new things. Think about something you recently learned. It could be something from school or from home. Write a detailed paragraph explaining what you learned.

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 27 in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 27

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πŸ”΅ Drita, My Homegirl:  Analyzing a Character's Actions  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Drita, My Homegirl: Analyzing a Character's Actions

What do we know about a character by analyzing their actions. Complete the graphic organizer. Choose 3 characters from the book. Describe an action that they take. What does this tell us about them?

Example:
character: Drita's grandmother
what happened: She got them lost on the bus
Her reaction: She got very quiet and refused to ask for help
What does this tell us: That the grandmother is shy and scared to talk to a non-speaking Albanian American; not confident.

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 29 in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 29

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🟒 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Solve My Case  Read & Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Solve My Case Read & Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟑 Drita Exit Ticket:  Compare Drita and Maxie in Google Classroom

🟑 Drita Exit Ticket: Compare Drita and Maxie

What do we know so far about each character? How are they alike? How are they different?

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 28 in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 28

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🟣 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Solve My Case Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 30 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 30

trembled means shaking with nerves / scared

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt - Oct 19  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Daily Writing Prompt - Oct 19

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🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 20  in Google Classroom

🟑 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 20

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🟑   Compare and Contrast Shiloh book and movie  in Google Classroom

🟑 Compare and Contrast Shiloh book and movie

After watching the movie, reflect on the similarities and differences between the movie and book.

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🟑 Flocabulary: Halloween Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Halloween Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 21  in Google Classroom

🟒 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 21

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🟒Flocabulary: Halloween Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒Flocabulary: Halloween Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Kosovo Background Research  in Google Classroom

🟒 Kosovo Background Research

Using the website https://facts.kiddle.co/Kosovo, learn about the country of Kosovo to help us understand one of our main characters in our new novel Drita My Homegirl.

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πŸ”΅ Paired Perspectives  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Paired Perspectives

Looking at a situation from two perspectives helps us understand it better. Read what happens from two points of view and answer the questions.

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Halloween Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Halloween Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ SWBST Summary for Chapters 1 or 2 of Drita, My Homegirl  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ SWBST Summary for Chapters 1 or 2 of Drita, My Homegirl

Somebody Wanted But So Then summary of either Chapter 1 or 2 of Drita, My Homegirl

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πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 22  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Writing Prompt Oct 22

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🟣Flocabulary: Halloween Vocab Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣Flocabulary: Halloween Vocab Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 23 in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Writing Prompt Oct 23

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🟣 Kahoot!  in Google Classroom

🟣 Kahoot!

Game PIN: 07901407
https://kahoot.it/challenge/07901407?challenge-id=cad07f98-2fd9-4e80-94a9-6d19ab77ba0e_1603423854328

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🟣 Virtual Shout OUT! in Google Classroom

🟣 Virtual Shout OUT!

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🟣  Weekly Reflection Form  in Google Classroom

🟣 Weekly Reflection Form

Tell me how you are this week.

Due:

🟑 Oct 13 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟑 Oct 13 Daily Writing Prompt

What is your favorite season? Winter, spring, summer or fall. Why?

Remember to restate the prompt and have a complete thought.

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟑 Shiloh Author Website Hunt  in Google Classroom

🟑 Shiloh Author Website Hunt

After we read the afterword of the book Shiloh, explore the author's website and complete the google form.

https://phyllisnaylor.com/

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🟑 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟑 Write a letter to Shiloh's author  in Google Classroom

🟑 Write a letter to Shiloh's author

Write a letter to Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, the author of Shiloh. Write about what you thought about the book, what surprised you or a part that you liked best. Ask her some questions and tell her a little about yourself.

Use the template to help format the letter.

Due:

🟒 Shiloh Final Project  in Google Classroom

🟒 Shiloh Final Project

For our final project for Shiloh, your task is to:
1. Select a topic: Animal Shelters, Working Dogs, or Animal Abuse (select one)
2. Research the topic using the links provided on the topic's slide
3. Create a message in the form of a Public Service Announcement bringing awareness to an issue within your topic (some example messages are on the slide)
4. Create a poster, brochure, Google Slide presentation or video presenting your message and research (PSA).

Attached is the slides presentation with the topics, directions, research links, and grading rubric. Also attached is a Google Document that you use to put your research on. Lastly is a example of a PSA (one possible format) bringing awareness of Animal Shelters.

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🟒 Oct 14 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Oct 14 Daily Writing Prompt

Remember to restate the prompt and to clearly answer the question.

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🟒 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Home Movies Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Home Movies Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΅ Oct 15 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Oct 15 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate the prompt and use complete sentences

Due:

🟣 Oct 16 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Oct 16 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate the prompt and use complete sentences.

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Home Movies Vocabulary Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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πŸ”΄ Freckle Reading Skills  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Freckle Reading Skills

Class code: Salenk

Practicing finding explicit details in informational text

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πŸ”΄ You Be the Judge Google Slides In Class Activity  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ You Be the Judge Google Slides In Class Activity

We will do this activity in class in your groups.

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πŸ”΄ Oct 5 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Oct 5 Daily Writing Prompt

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day. (Find your Reading Notebook in your Google Slides folder)
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄ Quill Writing Program Diagnostic  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Quill Writing Program Diagnostic

Complete the pre-test for this writing program.

https://www.quill.org/
New Unit: Starter Diagnostic http://quill.org/classrooms/788545#1062988

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🟒 Oct 7 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Oct 7 Daily Writing Prompt

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog  Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟒 Chapter 14 Group Work  in Google Classroom

🟒 Chapter 14 Group Work

We will do this in class in our breakout groups.

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🟑 Oct 6 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟑 Oct 6 Daily Writing Prompt

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🟒 Shiloh Character Development Graphic Organizers  in Google Classroom

🟒 Shiloh Character Development Graphic Organizers

Think about the ways that Marty, Ma, and Dad have changed over the course of the book. Complete the two graphic organizers.
1st organizer: Give evidence of how Marty, Ma, and Dad are in the beginning, middle, and end of the book.
2nd organizer: Which character do you think has changed the most?

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🟑 Nearpod: Story Elements  in Google Classroom

🟑 Nearpod: Story Elements

Complete this Nearpod about the elements that make up a story, including Types of Conflict which we cover in class today.

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πŸ”΅ Retell a Story Graphic Organizer  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Retell a Story Graphic Organizer

Select a book that you have recently read. Retell the story by completing this graphic organizer. It the boxes you will identify the main characters, setting, the main problem, 4 events in sequence, the solution, and theme (the message of the story). We will review this today in class using the book Shiloh.

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πŸ”΅ Oct 8 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Oct 8 Daily Writing Prompt

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πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog  Vocabulary Quiz in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Manny the Dog Vocabulary Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

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🟣 Kahoot!  Week of Oct 5-9  in Google Classroom

🟣 Kahoot! Week of Oct 5-9

Complete the Kahoot as a review of this week.
Game PIN: 08234106

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🟣 Tweet About It!  in Google Classroom

🟣 Tweet About It!

Review the book of Shiloh through tweets. In 140 characters (letters and spaces) give a review of the book. Work with your break out group to come up with some awesome reviews.

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🟣 Oct 9 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Oct 9 Daily Writing Prompt

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🟣 Parts of Speech Pre Assessment  in Google Classroom

🟣 Parts of Speech Pre Assessment

Take the short assessment to help us understand what you remember/know about parts of speech (nouns, verbs, and adjectives)

Due:

🟑 Sept 29 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟑 Sept 29 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate prompt and use complete sentences. Defend your position with evidence and examples.

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πŸ”΄ Reading:  Nearpod - Point of View  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Reading: Nearpod - Point of View

Complete the Time to Climb game reviewing point of view.

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🟑 Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Vocabulary Sentences  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Vocabulary Sentences

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

πŸ”΄ Sept 28 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Sept 28 Daily Writing Prompt

Describe your ultimate treehouse.

Remember to restate the prompt and use complete sentences. Use vivid details.

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🟒 SWBST Summary of Chapter 10 Shiloh  in Google Classroom

🟒 SWBST Summary of Chapter 10 Shiloh

Use the strategy Somebody Wanted But So Then to write a summary of chapter 10

Due:

🟒 Point of View Practice - QUIZZ  in Google Classroom

🟒 Point of View Practice - QUIZZ

Practice your understanding of point of view.

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Vocab Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Vocab Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟒 Sept 30 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Sept 30 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate prompt and use complete sentences.

Due:

πŸ”΅ Oct 1 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Oct 1 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate prompt and use complete sentences (CUPS)

Due:

πŸ”΅ Nearpod:  Theme  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Nearpod: Theme

What is a theme in a story?

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Read and Respond  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Read and Respond

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣  Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Get Down Underground Quiz

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Kahoot! Weekly review  in Google Classroom

🟣 Kahoot! Weekly review

Game PIN: 01948745

Review the week of Sept 28-Oct 2: Covers POV, Shiloh, Digital Citizenship, and Second Step work

Due:

🟣 Oct. 2 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Oct. 2 Daily Writing Prompt

Restate prompt and use complete sentences (CUPS)

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πŸ”΄ Flocabulary: Point of View in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Flocabulary: Point of View

Review the flocabulary video about point of view

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🟑 Shiloh Summarize Chapter 5  in Google Classroom

🟑 Shiloh Summarize Chapter 5

Use the Somebody Wanted But So Then summary strategy.

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πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading (Each day)

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.

In your digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day.
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

You can read a book at home or use an online book resource.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΄ Sept 21 Daily Writing Prompt in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Sept 21 Daily Writing Prompt

Write the story. When they caged off the basement, the only answer given was 'student safety'.

Due:

πŸ”΄ Reading: Freckle.com  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Reading: Freckle.com

Reading skills on Freckle.com during our asynchronous (independent) learning time).
Reading Information - Explicit Details
Reading Literature - Details and Evidence
Word Study

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🟑 Sept 22 Daily Writing Prompt in Google Classroom

🟑 Sept 22 Daily Writing Prompt

Invent a sport that is played with jet packs. Write step by step instructions on how to play it.

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πŸ”΄ Reading Shiloh Exit Ticket  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Reading Shiloh Exit Ticket

Complete the exit ticket after reading Chapter 4 in class.

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πŸ”΅ Shiloh Comparing Two Texts  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Shiloh Comparing Two Texts

For this assignment you will be comparing the book Shiloh to an informational article on animal abuse. After we read Chapter 7 of Shiloh, complete the left side of the organizer with examples of animal abuse that we have seen in the book. Then read the article Take Action: Saying No to Animal Mistreatment". From the article provide supporting evidence to the right side of the organizer.

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πŸ”΅ Sept 24 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Sept 24 Daily Writing Prompt

Write step by step instructions on how to be a superhero.

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🟑 Reading: Nearpod Character Traits  in Google Classroom

🟑 Reading: Nearpod Character Traits

Learn more about character traits with this Nearpod.
Code: BQXLF

Due:

🟒 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Vocabulary Game) in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Vocabulary Game)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment. Play the vocabulary game to help learn the words' meanings).

Due:

🟒 Shiloh Character Traits organizers  in Google Classroom

🟒 Shiloh Character Traits organizers

Complete the character traits graphic organizers for Marty, Judd, and Shiloh. Use evidence from the book to tell us what (Judd and Marty) want, think, feel, and say. Then for Shiloh name his character traits and support with evidence from the story.

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🟒 Sept 23 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Sept 23 Daily Writing Prompt

What could you make with these ingredients (see picture). How would it be used?

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🟑 Our Padlet Collaborative Board from today's class  in Google Classroom

🟑 Our Padlet Collaborative Board from today's class

If you didn't have a chance to add to our collaborative board in Padlet today, please do so.

Question: In Shiloh, Marty has started to tell lies. In life, do you think it is ever OK to lie? If you do, when is it ok to lie? If you don't, why not?

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🟣 Sept 25 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Sept 25 Daily Writing Prompt

You get a set of minions for a week. What do you do?

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Flocabulary: The Parrot in Google Classroom

Flocabulary: The Parrot

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: Point of View Assignment  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: Point of View Assignment

Learn more about Point of View.
1. Watch the Point of View video

Due:

🟣 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Vocabulary Quiz)  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Vocabulary Quiz)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment. Complete the quiz on this week's 10 vocabulary words.

Due:

🟣 Shiloh Review:  Kahoot! Game Chapters 1-7 in Google Classroom

🟣 Shiloh Review: Kahoot! Game Chapters 1-7

Play Kahoot! as a review over chapters 1-7 of Shiloh.

kahoot.it
Game Pin: 02013658

Due:

🟑 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Writing Sentences with Vocabulary Words)  in Google Classroom

🟑 Flocabulary: The Parrot (Writing Sentences with Vocabulary Words)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment. Write one sentence for each vocabulary word - 10 total. The sentence must contain the vocabulary word and enough context that I know you understand the meaning of the word.

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πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: The Parrot (Read and Respond activity) in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: The Parrot (Read and Respond activity)

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment. Which vocabulary words best fit the passage?

Due:

πŸ”΅ Reading: SWBST Shiloh Chapter 3  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Reading: SWBST Shiloh Chapter 3

If you didn't do the Somebody Wanted But So Then strategy in class here is the link.

Complete the form based on Chapter 3.

Due:

πŸ”΄ Sept. 14: Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄ Sept. 14: Daily Writing Prompt

Answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: What I liked most in third grade....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide

Due:

🟒  Sept. 16:  Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Sept. 16: Daily Writing Prompt

Answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: I think that the perfect location for a classroom is ....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide
3. Add details and reasons

Due:

πŸ”΅ Sept. 17: Reading: Freckle.com Informational article: The Iditarod in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Sept. 17: Reading: Freckle.com Informational article: The Iditarod

We are continuing to build our background knowledge of dogs for our Novel Unit on Shiloh. Please read the article on The Iditarod, a cool dog race that happens each year in Alaska. It shows how courageous dogs can be.
When answering the writing prompt, make sure you restate the prompt and answer in complete sentences (CUPS).
When answering the comprehension questions:
1. Read the article carefully
2. Read the question and look for the answer in the text
3. Read all 4 answers (even if you think you know the answer)
4. Think! Then select the correct answer.

We will do this at the end of class during your asynchronous time.

Due:

πŸ”΅ Sept. 17 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Sept. 17 Daily Writing Prompt

Answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: I'd like to describe my pets. I have.....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide
3. Add details and reasons

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🟑 Sept 15: Reading: Nearpod: Text Evidence in Google Classroom

🟑 Sept 15: Reading: Nearpod: Text Evidence

Complete the Nearpod about using text evidence to support your answer and how to use the RACE method for answering text evidence questions.
CODE: MLZQP

Due:

 🟣 Flocabulary: We've Got Talent Quiz  in Google Classroom

🟣 Flocabulary: We've Got Talent Quiz

Complete the quiz.
Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment.

Due:

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£  Independent Reading + Reading Notebook  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΄πŸŸ‘πŸŸ’πŸ”΅πŸŸ£ Independent Reading + Reading Notebook

Each day read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes per day.
In your new digital Reading Notebook, you will write about your reading each day.
1. On the Independent Reading Log page write the date, book, and book's genre (Science Fiction, Informational....).
2. Then select a response question (pg. 8 of notebook) and respond to the prompt in your Reading Log.
3. Each day select a different response question.

Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

🟒 Sept 16: Reading: Freckle.com Informational Article: Dogs in Google Classroom

🟒 Sept 16: Reading: Freckle.com Informational Article: Dogs

To pair with our Novel Unit: Shiloh I would like you to learn more facts about dogs. Please read and write about the article. You will be asked to answer 4 comprehension questions. Before you answer the question:
1. Read the question carefully
2. Find the answer in the text
3. Read each answer (even if you think you know the correct one)
4. Select the correct answer

You will complete this independently at the end of class.

Due:

🟣 Sept. 18: Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Sept. 18: Daily Writing Prompt

Answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: The species I just discovered is a _________. It has never been seen before because......
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide
3. Add details and reasons

Due:

🟒  Flocabulary: We've Got Talent Vocabulary Game  in Google Classroom

🟒 Flocabulary: We've Got Talent Vocabulary Game

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment.

Due:

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: We've Got Talent in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Flocabulary: We've Got Talent

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment - Read and Respond

Due:

🟑  Vocabulary:  Flocabulary: We've Got Talent in Google Classroom

🟑 Vocabulary: Flocabulary: We've Got Talent

Follow the link to complete your Flocabulary assignment. Today you are to write a sentence for each vocabulary word.
1. The sentence must contain the vocabulary word.
2. The sentence must have enough information about the word (context clues) that I know you understand what the word means.
For example: If the vocabulary word was: bridge
Not a great sentence: I see a bridge. (what is it? in this sentence a bridge could be anything you can see.
Great sentence: I crossed the bridge over the rushing river to continue my journey into town.

Due:

🟑 Reading: All About Me  in Google Classroom

🟑 Reading: All About Me

Design a Google slide telling us All About You! Include facts about you, pictures or illustrations, symbols ... anything that lets us know about who you are and what types of things you like to do. The slide should be intentionally designed and include color.

As an option you can do this by hand and then take a picture of your work (then email it to me).

I will put all these slides into a slide deck so we can learn more about each other. Attached are directions and a grading rubric. I also have a short video explaining how to use Google slides if you need some help.

This is due on Sunday Sept. 13th. Don't wait till Sunday night to ask questions! Please let me know if you need help.

Due:

🟣 Daily Independent Reading  in Google Classroom

🟣 Daily Independent Reading

Read a book of your choice each day for at least 20 minutes per day.
Online book sources:
Epic!
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)

Due:

πŸ”΅ Freckle.com Word Study - 4th Grade  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Freckle.com Word Study - 4th Grade

Complete Word Study assignment on Freckle.
www.freckle.com
Code: salenk
First and last name

Due:

🟣 Reading: Nearpod - Classroom Expectations in Google Classroom

🟣 Reading: Nearpod - Classroom Expectations

We will start this Nearpod in class.
Nearpod.com
Code: VGQUZ

Due:

🟣 Sign our Class Charter  in Google Classroom

🟣 Sign our Class Charter

Attached is the link to our Class Charter. I updated it since it got a bit messy during class. Go to the fourth slide and sign your name in one of the spaces in the table. Thank you!

Due:

🟣 Sept 11 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟣 Sept 11 Daily Writing Prompt

In the comment section below, answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: The qualities that I think make a good teacher are.....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide

Due:

🟒 Reading: Freckle.com benchmark assessment  in Google Classroom

🟒 Reading: Freckle.com benchmark assessment

This is a beginning of the year benchmark assessment through Freckle so I can start to see where you are at in Reading. Don't stress out - it is just a way for me to understand you as a reader and where we need to focus our work.

Sign in with your first and last name
class code: salenk

Due:

πŸ”΅  Classroom Charter  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Classroom Charter

Hi everyone!
Here is the link to the Classroom Charter we worked on today in class. If you didn't have a chance to get all of your ideas down on your group's slides please do so before tomorrow. We will review your ideas in class tomorrow. We can always add more to the slides in class as we are discussing your ideas. Great work today! ☺

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πŸ”΅ Daily Independent Reading  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Daily Independent Reading

Read a book of your choice each day for at least 20 minutes per day.

The website Epic! books has many that you can read online.
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library is another great choice. Chicago Public Schools has the account.
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)
From there you can search digital books to check out.

Due:

πŸ”΅ Sept. 10 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

πŸ”΅ Sept. 10 Daily Writing Prompt

In the comment section below, answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: How I would describe myself is..... What I want to be in the future is.....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide

Due:

⭐ Parent/Guardian Forms - PARENT/GUARDIANS to Complete  in Google Classroom

⭐ Parent/Guardian Forms - PARENT/GUARDIANS to Complete

Please have your parents or guardians fill out the Student Information Sheet and the Parent/Guardian Survey. There is a copy attached in English, Spanish, and Arabic. If you need it translated into a different language please let me know (email me at jssalen@cps.edu).

***If you have already completed this assignment in the old Google Classroom, you do not need to redo it. **

Due:

🟒 Sept. 9 Daily Writing Prompt  in Google Classroom

🟒 Sept. 9 Daily Writing Prompt

In the comment section below, answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: Three good questions to ask when I am trying to get to know someone are .......
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide

Due:

🌞 Summer/Back to School:  Student Reading Survey - TO DO in Google Classroom

🌞 Summer/Back to School: Student Reading Survey - TO DO

I would like to know more about you as a Reader. πŸ˜€ What do you like to read? Do you like to read in front of people or does that make you nervous? What is your favorite book? Attached you will find a Google Doc with these questions and more. Please complete the survey with as much detail as you can. You can complete it during the summer or on the first day of school.

When completing the survey:
1. Use complete sentences for the short answers. A complete sentence begins with a capital letter, has a full thought, and ends with punctuation (. ? !).
2. After writing a sentence, read it back to yourself. Does it make sense? If not correct it.
3. Check your spelling. The great part of typing online is that the program will help point out misspelled words. If a word is spelled wrong - correct it!

**If you have already completed this assignment in the old Google Classroom you do not need to redo it. **

Due:

🟒 Reading:  Daily Independent Reading  in Google Classroom

🟒 Reading: Daily Independent Reading

Read a book of your choice each day for at least 20 minutes per day.

The website Epic! books has many that you can read online.
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734
Epic! is only free from 8-4 pm. Parents can sign up for a free account for an extra 2 hours/week.

Sora Digital Library is another great choice. Chicago Public Schools has the account.
https://soraapp.com/welcome
Search for my school: Chicago Public School
Username and password - each student's CPS username and password (what you use to log into your CPS email)
From there you can search digital books to check out.


Due:

🟑 Reading: 3 About Me Icebreaker  in Google Classroom

🟑 Reading: 3 About Me Icebreaker

This is an icebreaker we will do in our Google Meet this week, but just in case you miss filling it out in class, here is the form.
You are going to describe yourself with 3 statements.
1. Something that you think will be similar to some people in our class. (Examples: I have brown hair, I have an older brother, I have a pet.....)
2. Something that you think is similar to a few people in our class. (Example: My last name starts with the letter S)
3. Something that is unique to you - that you don't think applies to anyone else in our class (think hard) (Example: I was born in Colorado).
Then submit your Google Form. I'll explain the game in our Google Meet.

Due:

🟑 Reading:  Daily Independent Reading  in Google Classroom

🟑 Reading: Daily Independent Reading

Read a book of your choice each day for at least 20 minutes per day.

The website Epic! books has many that you can read online.
https://www.getepic.com/students
Class code: ycu7734

Later this week I will show you how you are going to add a Reading Response about your book to your Reading Notebook, but for now let's just get in the habit of reading!

Due:

🟑 Sept 8 Daily Writing Prompt in Google Classroom

🟑 Sept 8 Daily Writing Prompt

In the comment section below, answer the daily writing prompt (click on the slide below for the prompt).
1. Start by restating the prompt (to make sure you are answering the right question)
For example: My summer vacation was.....
2. Answer it in complete clear sentences. (CUPS) - see slide