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__Wednesday, November 28,2018__

Math pgs. 311-312

Read 40 minutes 5/7 nights (dont forget to have it signed to be handed in when the log is complete

Nonfiction projects are due Monday 12/3

Complete the feature article you wrote during class today If you finished, look it over to edit and revise!

* WEAR RED SHIRTS OR PS 46 SHIRTS TOMORROW!

Tuesday, November 27,2018

Math: Pearson online assignment . pearsonrealize.com

Reading:40 minutes 5/7 nights and have your log signed

Continue working on nonfiction research and slides. DUE DEC. 3rd

People who handed in the last completed log received dojo points!

WEAR RED SHIRTS OR PS 46 SHIRTS ON THURSDAY FOR STAR STUDENT

Please login to buy tickets for our performance of Grease!!

Math pgs. 311-312

Read 40 minutes 5/7 nights (dont forget to have it signed to be handed in when the log is complete

Nonfiction projects are due Monday 12/3

Complete the feature article you wrote during class today If you finished, look it over to edit and revise!

* WEAR RED SHIRTS OR PS 46 SHIRTS TOMORROW!

Tuesday, November 27,2018

Math: Pearson online assignment . pearsonrealize.com

Reading:40 minutes 5/7 nights and have your log signed

Continue working on nonfiction research and slides. DUE DEC. 3rd

People who handed in the last completed log received dojo points!

WEAR RED SHIRTS OR PS 46 SHIRTS ON THURSDAY FOR STAR STUDENT

Please login to buy tickets for our performance of Grease!!

Musical Theatre "Grease" Performance - Friday, December 7, 2018

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__Monday, November 26,2018__

Math: pgs. 305-306

Continue working on Nonfiction project- bring articles and books in! If all of your information is organized into subtopics you can start creating slides

Reading: Read for 40 minutes 5/7 nights

__Please login to buy tickets for our performance of Grease!!__

Musical Theatre "Grease" Performance - Friday, December 7, 2018

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Friday, November 30th, 2018

Math: pages 323-324

Reading: Complete N.F. project and read 40 minutes 5/7 nights

__Please login to buy tickets for our performance of Grease!!__

Musical Theatre "Grease" Performance - Friday, December 7, 2018

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Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Math: pages 329-330

Reading: Read for 40 minutes 5/7 nights

TP 5.14 (ch6) – SWBAT learn strategies of creating equivalent division equations

5.NBT.B.7

Vocabulary: Tenth, Hundredth, Place Value, Dividend, Divisor, Quotient, Remainder, Annex, Capacity

RULE: to divide when your dividend is a decimal:

EXAMPLE: 9 divided by 3 is the same as 90 divided by 30. We annexed a pair of zeroes to both sides, so the quotient remains the same. A rule to consider, whatever is done to the divisor must also be done to the dividend. The quotient will remain the same.

Guided Model: Let's work through an example.

Find this quotient: 16.9 divided by 6.5

Now move the decimal point one place to the right, which makes the divisor a whole number. Also move the decimal point in the dividend one place to the right:

Now, Divide as whole numbers. 65 goes into 169

To check our answer, we use TORI

Top # x Outside # + Remainder = Inside #

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Math: Pages 335-336

Reading: Complete classwork given about the book "Four Feet, Two Sandals." Read 40 minutes and log 5/7 nights

Writing: Complete the letter that you started writing in class using the sheet of paper give.

***On Friday, please wear a plain white t-shirt with blue jeans. You may bring a black leather jacket if you have.

TP 5.14 (ch6) – SWBAT learn strategies of creating equivalent division equations

5.NBT.B.7

Vocabulary: Tenth, Hundredth, Place Value, Dividend, Divisor, Quotient, Remainder, Annex, Capacity

RULE: to divide when your dividend is a decimal:

EXAMPLE: 9 divided by 3 is the same as 90 divided by 30. We annexed a pair of zeroes to both sides, so the quotient remains the same. A rule to consider, whatever is done to the divisor must also be done to the dividend. The quotient will remain the same.

Guided Model: Let's work through an example.

Find this quotient: 16.9 divided by 6.5

Now move the decimal point one place to the right, which makes the divisor a whole number. Also move the decimal point in the dividend one place to the right:

Now, Divide as whole numbers. 65 goes into 169

To check our answer, we use TORI

Top # x Outside # + Remainder = Inside #

Wednesday December 5, 2018

Math: pages 341-342

Reading: Read 5/7 nights for 40 minutes

Friday, December 7th, 2018

Math: 361-364

Reading: Read 40 minutes 5/7 nights

Study for Math Topic 6Test on Tuesday

Monday, December 10, 2018

1. Math: Study for Topic 6 Math Test

2. Reading: Tonight you must read for 40 minutes and try to work on character development...Does the character show multiple traits (not feelings) and how?

3. Writing: Finish annotating essay packet. Make sure to label claim/thesis, author,, title, reason 1/2, evidence etc.