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Mrs. Phyllis Sullivan, Fourth Grade

Hi!

My name is Phyllis Sullivan and I am excited to begin my 26h year here at St. John Fisher, and I  am looking forward to teaching your fourth grader. My husband Tim and I are proud parents of five wonderful children and seven awesome grandchildren. We are going to have a wonderful year.

May 27th

Posted on May 27, 2020

Hello,

I hope that everyome had a nice holiday, a chance to get out into the wam weather and enjoy the sunshine.  Below is the schedule for the week. Please have your child finish up any missing work this week.  It is unbelievable that the year is coming to an end and that is coming to an end without being with the students. Thank you for you support during this vey different teaching and learning. 

Mrs. Sullivan

 

Last Week of E-Learning May 26th-May 29th

 

Tuesday

English- Come to your classroom’s Zoom meeting to share your odes! Times for the rooms are: Room 212 at 10:00, Room 210 at 11:00, and Room 211 at 12:00.  I will email links and passwords for the meetings to parents. I look forward to seeing what you came up with and hearing your awesome poems! *Please have your poem ready to share with everyone: if you typed it in Google Classroom, please make sure you have it written down so that you can read it to the class during the meeting.  **If you cannot attend the Zoom meeting please be sure to either submit your ode in Google Classroom or take a picture and email it to me. 

 

*Don't forget you can also work on your Digital Memory Book this week if you'd like to have that as a keepsake from our year! If you look through my previous blog posts from throughout this year, you can find some class pictures to add to your show too!

 

Math-In google classroom under classwork please find and finish the symmetrical butterfly.  You can download using Kami or you can print.  

 

Social Studies-*Please finish up working on your Mini Region Project. The form/sheet as well as the specific directions for the Final Copy of the Mini Region Project can be found in Google Classroom. You can also find updated information regarding the Mini Region Project in an announcement that was posted on May 20th in our Social Studies Class on Google Classroom.  *You can take a picture of the hard copy of your Project (the sheet that you filled out) and send it to me OR you can type up your region information on a document and send/turn in your document. *Reminder: The Mini Region Project will be due by this upcoming Wednesday, May 27th.*

 

Wednesday- End of the Year Zoom Meetings!

-We will do some fun activities, like a scavenger hunt and some trivia, and we will share some of our favorite memories from our year!  Room 210’s meeting will be at 10:00, Room 211’s meeting will be at 11:00, and Room 212’s meeting will be at 12:00. Passwords and links will be emailed on Tuesday.  Obviously, this is not how we envisioned ending our year, but I am looking forward to seeing everyone and having a fun last Zoom meeting together!    

 

 

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: Catch-Up Days

-Catch up on any missing assignments from the previous weeks of elearning. It is important to use these days to complete missing work, if you have any. We will then update any late assignments in Powerschool for final grades.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Week of E-Learning May 26th-May 29th

 

Tuesday

English- Come to your classroom’s Zoom meeting to share your odes! Times for the rooms are: Room 212 at 10:00, Room 210 at 11:00, and Room 211 at 12:00.  I will email links and passwords for the meetings to parents. I look forward to seeing what you came up with and hearing your awesome poems! *Please have your poem ready to share with everyone: if you typed it in Google Classroom, please make sure you have it written down so that you can read it to the class during the meeting.  **If you cannot attend the Zoom meeting please be sure to either submit your ode in Google Classroom or take a picture and email it to me. 

 

*Don't forget you can also work on your Digital Memory Book this week if you'd like to have that as a keepsake from our year! If you look through my previous blog posts from throughout this year, you can find some class pictures to add to your show too!

 

Math-In google classroom under classwork please find and finish the symmetrical butterfly.  You can download using Kami or you can print.  

 

Social Studies-*Please finish up working on your Mini Region Project. The form/sheet as well as the specific directions for the Final Copy of the Mini Region Project can be found in Google Classroom. You can also find updated information regarding the Mini Region Project in an announcement that was posted on May 20th in our Social Studies Class on Google Classroom.  *You can take a picture of the hard copy of your Project (the sheet that you filled out) and send it to me OR you can type up your region information on a document and send/turn in your document. *Reminder: The Mini Region Project will be due by this upcoming Wednesday, May 27th.*

Wednesday- End of the Year Zoom Meetings!

-We will do some fun activities, like a scavenger hunt and some trivia, and we will share some of our favorite memories from our year!  Room 210’s meeting will be at 10:00, Room 211’s meeting will be at 11:00, and Room 212’s meeting will be at 12:00. Passwords and links will be emailed on Tuesday.  Obviously, this is not how we envisioned ending our year, but I am looking forward to seeing everyone and having a fun last Zoom meeting together!    

 

 

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: Catch-Up Days

-Catch up on any missing assignments from the previous weeks of elearning. It is important to use these days to complete missing work, if you have any. We will then update any late assignments in Powerschool for final grades.  

 

May 19th 2020

Posted on May 19, 2020

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Good morning, 

I hope that everyone is looking forward to some sunshine after the horrible storm yesterday.  If your child needs any additional help getting caught up, please let me know. Stay safe, stay healthy.

Mrs. Sullivan

 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!      

 

Religion-Chapter 14: In this chapter, we will focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also know as Penance. God forgives our sins and reunites us with himself and the members of the Church.

-Read pages 213-220  

-Complete activities on pages 213 and 215.

-Watch Youtube Video on Reconciliation

-Written assignment:  Answer questions on the document in google classroom in classwork and return back to me.

-Pray an Act of Contrition

 

Schedule of Assignments by Day

 

Monday

Math-  We will begin chapter seven, Adding and Subtracting Fractions. 

-Watch Screencastify video  Follow along in Math book pages 399 & 401: 405 & 407

-Watch YouTube video introducing mixed and improper fractions

-Written Assignment page 410  1-14  Take a picture and email back to me.

 

Science-Log-in to Google Classroom and complete the following activities:

  1.  Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 1” Video *I will be going over the reading and information that you will be using in the second part of your assignment.

  2. Watch the “Conductors and Insulators Part 2” Video * We will be sorting different materials as either conductors or insulators.  

*Sorry there are two videos!  I had some Katelyn complications and had to re-do the end! :)

  1. Complete the “Conductors and Insulators” assignment.  The passage on the first slide is the reading and information I went over in the video.  You can use the reading and video to help you complete the questions on slides 2 and 3. *Your answers should be written in complete sentences. Please remember to “Turn-In” the assignment when you are finished. 

 

Social Studies-*Review for the Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th.* (Reminder: The SW Region Materials can be found in Google Classroom)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

-Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

*Important: We will have a Quiz on the States and Capitals of the Southwest Region this upcoming Wednesday, May 20th. You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz.

 *Important Reminder: Please make sure that you have chosen one of the five regions that we have been studying to focus on for your Mini Region Project. The instructions and format for this mini project are posted in Google Classroom. You should continue researching & recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also begin working on the Final Copy of your Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Tuesday

 Zoom Math Office Hours  10:00 - 11:00  Please hop on if you have any questions, concerns, or just to visit.  

Phyllis Sullivan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Math offfice meetng

Time: May 19, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78154214655

Meeting ID: 781 5421 4655

Password: 8eW9Ar

 

English-Log-In to Google Classroom and complete the following assignments: 

  1. Watch the “Imagery Lesson” video.  During the video I will go over the Imagery Page (page 7) of your Figurative Language Packet (dropped off to your house before Week 3), so please have that with you so you can complete it.  

 
  1. Watch the “How To Write an Ode” video on Google Classroom.  Then you can begin working on writing your own odes.  *Write a rough draft first...Please follow the directions for writing an ode that are posted and work to incorporate lots of figurative language.  Then write your final copy and work on your picture that goes with it.  **We will be sharing our poems in a Zoom meeting next week.

 

*A Figurative Language Assessment is part of Thursday’s assignment.  So feel free to review the different types of figurative language you have learned as much as you’d like to before you take the assessment.  

 

Vocabulary- 1. Complete pages 146 and 147 in your Vocabulary book.  You can log-in to Google Classroom and look under the “Check Your Work” section to see a video and check your answers. 

2. You can also review your words and definitions.  *You will be taking your Unit 14 quiz in Google Classroom on Thursday.  



 

Reading-Please finish up working on your Bookmark for the May Book Report. The Final Copy of your Bookmark for the May Book Report is due by today. We will be sharing our Bookmarks with our classmates over a Zoom Meeting today! Each Homeroom will be assigned a designated Zoom time. Homeroom 210’s Meeting will be at 10:00 AM. Homeroom 211’s Meeting will be at 11:00 AM. Homeroom 212’s Meeting will be at 12:00 PM. Please check our Reading Class in Google Classroom for the links and information about joining our Zoom Meetings today. This information was posted in Google Classroom yesterday. I am looking forward to this opportunity for everyone to be able to show off their Bookmarks and share their creativity with us! I hope you can join us on Zoom today!

 

· Watch the Videos that focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

-Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) will be due by this upcoming Friday, May 22nd.* (Link: https://hosted104.renlearn.com/180523/default.aspx

 

Wednesday

Math- Zoom Classroom  Instruction    We will go over MIxed Numbers.  Codes to follow. 

Room 210  10:00

Room 211  11:00

Room 212  1200

 

-Written Assignment  Google classroom  Classwork  Math Review #3 

 

-Extra Credit #2  In SEESAW, tell me about five geometric shapes you found outside.  

 

Science-1.  Log-In to Google Classroom and Complete the Electricity Assessment Google Form.  *You can use the videos, readings, and previous assignments on electricity to help you answer the questions.  

 

Social Studies-*Review for your Southwest Region States & Capitals Quiz today* (Reminder: You will not have access to a Word Bank on this Quiz and Spelling will count. You will need to know how to spell all of the States and Capitals in this region correctly without the use of a Word Bank for the Quiz today)

-Study your Southwest Region Map

- Practice your Southwest Region States and Capitals using your blank SW Region Map(s)

-Practice with your Southwest Region State and Capital Flashcards

-Take the Southwest Region States and Capitals Quiz on Google Classroom

 *Important Reminder: The instructions and format for the Mini Region Project are posted in Google Classroom. You should finish up researching and recording your information about the region that you chose this week. You should also continue working on the Final Copy of your Mini Region Project this week as well. The Final Copy of the Mini Region Project will be due by next Monday, May 25th.*

 

Thursday

English-  

  1. Log-in to Google Classroom and watch the “Figurative Language Review” Video.  I will be giving you some sentences that use figurative language and asking you to identify which type of figurative language is being used in the sentences.  I recommend using a sheet of paper to write your answers down as you go through the video, or you can use a dry erase board if you have one. 

  2. Complete the Figurative Language Assessment.  Remember to click submit at the end of the form.   

  3. Continue working on your Ode writing assignment.

 

Vocabulary-1. Review your Unit 14 words and definitions.  *You can look over your definitions, make flashcards, or have a family member quiz you.  

2. Log-in to Google Classroom to complete and submit your Unit 14 Vocabulary Quiz.  

 

Reading-Watch the Videos that continue to focus on our Skills for this week (these videos can be found in Google Classroom)

- Practice: Read through the ReadWorks Passage and answer the Questions that focus on our skills so you can practice using them (Both the Passage and Questions can be found on Google Classroom)

- Complete the Extended Response Assignment that focuses on our Skills for this week and turn it in (submit it) on Google Classroom

- Please continue to work on your Accelerated Reading. *2 more Books and AR Quizzes (for a total of 6 ARs all together) are due by tomorrow, Friday, May 22nd.*

 

Friday

Catch-Up Day- Finish up any assignments you need to from this week (or previous weeks).

 

Virtual Field Trip- In honor of Memorial Day, you can watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb has been guarded continuously (24 hours a day/365 days a year) since 1937.  Each guard takes 21 steps down a black mat, turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds, changes the position of his rifle to the side away from the Tomb, and walks back down the mat 21 steps. (The number 21 represents a 21 gun salute) This is repeated until the soldier is relieved of duty. Each Guard is on duty for 30 minutes during the summer (April 1-September 30) and one hour during the winter (October 1-March 31). When Arlington Cemetery is closed the guards change every two hours. Even when there is no one around, the same procedure is followed with perfect precision.

-Log-in to Seesaw watch the video and learn more.  Be sure to listen to Mrs. Sullivan’s directions before you begin!  

 

Additional Assignments You Can Complete Each Day!

  • Work on Khan Academy or Reflex for 15 minutes. 

  • Read independently for 15 minutes. 

  • Practice your handwriting and complete a page in your book. 

  • Pray an Our Father or Hail Mary each day and add your intentions for all the people who need our prayers.  Don't forget to be grateful and thankful for all that you have.

  • Check-in on Seesaw and share what you are doing with your teachers and classmates! 

Information from Ms. Garrity: We will have our May Book Report Zoom Meetings this upcoming Tuesday, May 19th. I have the following times scheduled: Homeroom 210 at 10:00 AM, Homeroom 211 at 11:00 AM and Homeroom 212 at 12:00 PM. I will post links and information for the Zoom Meetings on Monday in our Reading Class on Google Classroom. I hope you are able to join us on Zoom to show off your Bookmarks and share your creativity with us on Tuesday! I look forward to seeing your work!

 

Work To Complete Over the Course of the Week 

 

*Spelling

-Complete Unit 35 pages 228-231.

 

*Writing-End of the Year Memory Book 

**Found in Mrs. Kovatch’s Language Arts Google Classroom

-Instead of a Paragraph of the Week writing assignment, I have posted an End of the Year Digital Memory Book in our Language Arts Google Classroom page.  Each student will have their own “copy” of the Memory Book, and they can make it their own by filling in the prompts/questions on the pages and they can even add their own pictures!  There are spots on the slides for pictures, and I have a ton of pictures of my blog, so feel free to go there and download some of those pictures if you’d like to use them!  You can also always insert clipart or images from an internet search, too.  The Memory Book should be completed over the course of this week and next week.  Even though we can’t end the year together as we would like to, I thought this would be a fun way to reflect on our year and all the fun we had together! At the end, you will have your very own memory book to keep!