- Copy the sentence below on notebook paper (in cursive) and explain what it means
Type the sentence below, explain what it means in your Class Dojo journal, and share it in your portfolio.
A little progress each day adds up to big results.
- On notebook paper, write the 0 and 1 Multiplication Tables
- Study spelling list 2
- Study Word Roots Lesson 1 – Part 2
- Read a book
Scholars may bring their science books, history books, and Bible readers home daily to strengthen their learning. Currently, they are studying the first chapter of the textbooks and the book of Genesis in the Bible reader. The scholars are responsible for bringing the books back and forth daily. If a scholar is unprepared for class, they will lose participation points.
Quarter 1 Objectives
- Recognize and write complete sentences
- Identify types of sentences declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative.
- Review capitalization rules
- Review punctuation for all types of sentences
- Learn how to make and identify proofreader marks: capitalization/ inserting punctuation
- Learn to correct run-on sentences and how to write compound sentences.
- Learn to identify complete subject/predicate
- Learn about the Comma rules and practice usage ( after yes or no, after the name of the person spoken to, after a conjunction).
- Learn to correct choppy sentences
- Begin paragraph development: writing kinds of original sentences using a given topic.
- Being reading groups three times a week.
- Learn why bodies of work were written(Author’s purpose)
- Learn how to complete a character analysis/ web
- Learn to identify and describe the setting in a story.
- Learn to read with expression, accuracy, fluency, and volume.
Spelling, Vocabulary, & Poetry
- Identify and spell using special sounds from charts 6-11
- Learn Compound words and plural words
- Learning to change y to i and adding es
- Learning the plural of words ending in f and fe
- Learn most English words do not end in i or v and the expectations to these rules
- Learn to say poems with good expression, proper enunciation, and good posture.
- Learn the poet’s purpose or intent for the poem
- Identify parts of a poem ( stanzas, rhythm, rhyme).
- Learn poems: Knoxville, Tennessee by Nikki Giovanni, Keep a Poem in Your Pocket, The Duel, and My Shadow
- Word Roots for Beginners (Lessons 1-9)
- Roots and Suffixes: mirco, scope, tele, acro, astro, bat, geo, graphy, meter, naut, thermo, able, ful, ible, id, ism, ist, ive, ly, ness, or, ure, loc, al, ate, ation,
- Roots and Prefixes: cycle, uni, bi, tri, act, counter, inter, re, trans, rupt, ab, dis, e, inter, pose, com, dis, ex, im, op, pro
Practice your spelling words using the following link: https://www.spellingcity.com/users/BOLPA3rd Select the correct spelling list and choose a free game!
Practice your Word Roots using the following link: https://quizlet.com/join/E77xstXww