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# Wednesday, Jan.

13
Arrival: Check-In, Morning Work,
Announcements, Roll, Lunch Count, Lockers

## Dividing Decimals Test

Thursday, Jan. 14
Arrival: Check-In, Morning Work,
Announcements, Roll, Lunch Count, Lockers

## Arrival: Check-In, Morning Work,

Announcements, Roll, Lunch Count, Lockers

## Learning Goal: I can name fractions

from a shaded area, of a set, and on a
number line.

## Learning Goal: I can make equivalent

fractions and put fractions in simplest
form.

## 1) Check & Change #17-Thur.

Take up Ch. & Ch. #17 and give out Ch.
& Ch. #18

## 1) Journal Entry: What is ? How is

it like ? How is it different?

## 2) Journal entry: What is a fraction?

Have students share with their groups
and some students to the class.
3) Discuss fractions as part of a whole,
part of a set, and a point on a number
line.
Use SB Lesson to practice and discuss
all three ways. Add examples of three
ways to Fraction Notes folders.
4) Read Beasts of Burden math story
from Math and Literature. (pp. 19-34)
Focus on the part where the three brothers
argue about how to divide the 35 camels
that they have inherited in the following
way: oldest ; middle 1/3; youngest 1/9
ART
DOL 17-Day 3
Focus Lesson: Latin Roots Power Point
Reviewusing latin roots to form definitions
Daily Three:
in Literature Anthology (big book)Complete
main idea/key details chart on p. 132 and
Latin Roots practice on p. 137 in Reading WB.
Writing-Chrissa Friend or Foe
expository/persuasive 5-paragraph essaytriangle graphic organizer, rough draft, final
copy
Word Work-Pronouns, Nouns, and Verb
Tenses Review Sheet

Friday, Jan. 15

MUSIC

## Have students share with their groups

and some students share journal
entries on smart board.
2) Continue group work from Beasts
of Burden (yesterdays math story).
Use color tiles (36 per group of 4
students).
Focus on the part where the three
brothers argue about how to divide the 35
camels that they have inherited in the
following way: oldest ; middle 1/3;
youngest 1/9

## 3) Brainstorm fractions that are equal

to . Is there a pattern?
Have students write down the steps
for finding any equivalent fraction.
*Multiply to get bigger; divide to get
smaller.
MEDIA CENTER

## DOL 17-Day 4 and tear out DOL 18

Focus Lesson: U3W4 Fresh Read Test

## Final Copies of Chrissa Friend or Foe

Expository/Persuasive Papers due

Daily Three:
in Literature Anthology (big book)
Complete main idea/key details chart on p.
132 and Latin Roots practice on p. 137 in
Writing-Chrissa Friend or Foe
expository/persuasive 5-paragraph essaytriangle graphic organizer, rough draft,
final copy
Word Work-Pronouns, Nouns, and Verb
Tenses Review Sheet

## Fluency Checks-T2/T3/watch students

Daily Three:
Complete main idea/key details chart on p.
132 and Latin Roots practice on p. 137 in
Writing-Chrissa Friend or Foe
expository/persuasive 5-paragraph essaytriangle graphic organizer, rough draft,
final copy
Word Work-Pronouns, Nouns, and Verb

(Writing Groupsrevising and editing)

(Writing Groupsrevising and editing)

Lunch/Recess

Lunch/Recess

Lunch/Recess

P.E.

P.E.

P.E.

## (See math plans above.)

SOAR
Word Problem Wednesday

## 2:20-Day Care & Walkers

2:25-Bus Riders
2:30-Car Riders & WIN

## (See math plans above.)

SOAR
Test-Prep Thursday

## 2:20-Day Care & Walkers

2:25-Bus Riders
2:30-Car Riders & WIN

BROWN BAG

## 2:20-Day Care & Walkers

2:25-Bus Riders
2:30-Car Riders & WIN