eLearning Day 3/19/20
eLearning Thursday, March 19, 2020
Hello, and Happy First Day of Spring! I saw a robin in my yard yesterday so warmer weather can’t be far behind. Have you seen any robins yet? If you don’t know what they look like, check Google for a picture and be on the lookout! :)
Make sure you complete ALL assignments. Yes, I am grading these and putting grades in my gradebook.
2.RL.2.1 Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of main idea and key details in a text.
Steps for today’s lesson:
- Reread this week’s story “Carl the Complainer”
- Complete this worksheet. It is about Cause and Effect. On the worksheet is a cause. You choose the correct effect, which is the result of the cause. What did the cause make happen?
- Complete the quiz.
2.W.3.1 I can write a logically connected paragraph or paragraphs that introduce an opinion with a concluding statement or section and multiple reasons to explain why a certain course of action should be followed.
2.W.6.1 I can demonstrate command of English grammar and usage.
2.W.6.2 I can demonstrate command of capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.
Yesterday I asked you to think of a pet or 2 that you would like to have. Today I want you to write a persuasive paragraph. Try to persuade your adult to let you have that pet.
Remember the key features of a persuasive paragraph:
- It includes ideas to convince the reader.
- Has a main idea sentence.
- Uses reasons and facts to support the main idea.
- May use persuasive words to ask for action (must, need, should).
Here is an example of a persuasive paragraph. In this paragraph, the student is trying to persuade the teacher to get a classroom pet.
I think we should have a turtle for a classroom pet. A turtle is very easy to take care of, and it is also very interesting to watch. Caring for a turtle is very easy and takes very little time. All you have to do is give it some food and water every day and clean its tank once or twice a week. I feed my dog every day. It’s easy. The children in our class can take turns caring for the turtle. Watching a turtle is also very interesting. I like to watch it move. Sometimes the turtle doesn’t move. I think we should get a turtle because it is easy to care for and fun to look at.
2.CA.3: I can solve real-world problems involving addition and subtraction within 100 in situations involving lengths that are given in the same units (e.g., by using drawings, such as drawings or rulers and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem).
Today is Quiz day! Good luck!