e-Learning Day

e-Learning Day March 16, 2020 (Grades 5 & 6)

  • GRADE 5

    PLEASE NOTE: If you have an IEP, you may use the accommodations listed below for your e-Learning assignments.

    For a hundreds chart, click HERE.

    For a multiplication chart, click HERE.

    For a number line, click HERE.

    For a place value chart, click HERE.

    For a calculator, click HERE.

    Today’s ELA Work Checklist (110 minutes to complete)

    I can... Write routinely over a variety of time frames and for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences; apply reading standards to support reflection and response to literature and nonfiction texts. (5.W.1)

    I can... Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support claims in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which claims. (5.RN.4.1)

    1. 9:10 a.m In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Morning Check-in. We will start each morning in Google Meet. We will post the meeting code in this assignment. If you miss the live video, watch the video and comment with the answer to today’s morning message. This will be your attendance check-in for the day. (10-15 mins)
    2. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Instruction Video: Developing an Opinion Note-Catcher. Watch the Screencastify video. In this video, we will share today’s learning targets and model the work we will start to lead our discussion tomorrow. (15 mins)
    3. AFTER watching the instruction video, complete page 48 in your blue folders: Preparing for a Text-Based Discussion: Jackie Robinson Note Catcher. (20-25 mins)
    4. Log into SeeSaw. In the Assignment called Preparing for a Text-Based Discussion, upload a picture of your completed page in your blue folder. (3 mins)
    5. Independent Reading - In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Timer. Set a timer for 20 minutes and read your AR book.. After you have read for 20 minutes, write a letter in your Reading Response Letter packet. It should be Letter #1. Record your text title and a summary of your reading for the day. This should be AT LEAST 1 paragraph. (30 mins)
    6. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Hoot read aloud. Listen to the chapter being read aloud. (12 mins)
    7. In SeeSaw - Respond to the assignment called Chapter 8. You can do a video recording or answer the question using the notes feature. (10 mins)

    Today’s Math Work Checklist (55 minutes to complete)

    I can... Formulate questions that can be addressed with data and make predictions about the data. Use observations, surveys, and experiments to collect, represent, and interpret the data using tables (including frequency tables), line plots, bar graphs, and line graphs. Recognize the differences in representing categorical and numerical data. (5.DS.1)

    1. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Math Instruction Video: Page 242-243. Watch the Screencastify video. In this video, we will share today’s learning targets and walk you through today’s math lesson. Follow along in your Math Instruction Books. You should be completing this work as we work through the lesson. You will turn this in when we return to school on April 13th. (20 mins)
    2. In your Practice and Problem Solving books, complete pages 257-258. (20 mins)
    3. Log into SeeSaw, and find the assignment called PPS pg. 257-258. Choose a problem from these pages, and using the video function, walk us through your work. (15 mins)

    Specials 

    For your P.E. assignment today, click HERE.

    For your Music assignment today, click HERE.


    GRADE 6

    PLEASE NOTE: If you have an IEP, you may use the accommodations listed below for your e-Learning assignments.

    For a hundreds chart, click HERE.

    For a multiplication chart, click HERE.

    For a number line, click HERE.

    For a place value chart, click HERE.

    For a calculator, click HERE.

    Today's ELA Work Checklist (65 minutes to complete)

    I can... Determine how a theme or central idea of a work of literature is conveyed through particular details; provide a detailed, objective summary of the text. (RL.2.2)

    I can... Analyze how a particular sentence, chapter, scene, or stanza fits into the overall structure of a work of literature and contributes to the development of the theme, characterization, setting, or plot. (RL.3.1)

    1. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Check-In Day 1. Complete and submit the Google Form. This will be your attendance check-in for the day. (5 mins)
    2. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Baking for his Life in a Nazi Camp. Complete the NewsELA article that has been assigned to you. (30 mins)
    3. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Read Aloud Day 1. Watch the video and listen to the story. Then complete and submit the Google Form. (30 mins)

    Today's Math Work Checklist (20 minutes to complete)

    I can... Understand solving an equation or inequality is the process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true. (6.AF.4)

    I can... Write an inequality of the form x > c, x ≥ c, x < c, x ≤ c, where c is a rational number, to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or other mathematical problem. Recognize that inequalities have infinitely many solutions and represent solutions on a number line diagram. (6.AF.6)

    1. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Lesson 20 Solving Inequalities, pages 220-221. Watch the Screencastify video. In this video, we will share today’s learning targets and walk you through today’s math lesson. Follow along in your Math Instruction Books. You should be completing this work as we work through the lesson. You will turn this in when we return to school on April 13th. (20 mins)

    Art

    For your art assignment today, click HERE.