e-Learning Day

e-Learning Day March 31, 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 (75 minutes to complete)

    I can... Conduct short research assignments and tasks on a topic. (5.W.5)

    1. 9:15 a.m In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Talented Tuesday. Let’s get our creative juices flowing and walk through a piece of art together. Make sure you come with paper and a pencil. (10-15 mins)
    2. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Instruction Video: Research Athletes of Social Change. Watch the Screencastify video. In this video, Mrs. Snearly will introduce our new AND EXCITING Research Project. Yay!!!! (20 mins)
    3. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Choose your Athlete. Watch the Screencastify video. Then take some time to find out a little bit about each of the athletes on the list. Today, you must choose which athlete you would like to do your project on. Post a comment on the assignment in Google Classroom with the name of the athlete you will be researching. (10 mins)
    4. Independent Reading - 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 #11. Record your text title and a summary of your reading for the day. This should be AT LEAST 1 paragraph. (30 mins)
    5. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Read Aloud: Hoot Chapter 15. Listen to the chapter being read aloud. (15 mins)
    6. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Google Form: Hoot Chapter 15. Complete and submit the Google Form. (10 mins)

    Today’s Math Work Checklist (45 minutes to complete)

    I can…Find the volume of a right rectangular prism with whole-number side lengths by packing it with unit cubes, and show that the volume is the same as would be found by multiplying the edge lengths or multiplying the height by the area of the base. (5.M.4)

    1. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Practice and Problem Solving Book pg. 277-278. Complete the Google Form and submit when finished. (20 mins)
    2. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Volume Practice. Practice using volume using these slides. Fill in the blanks. The directions for each slide are at the bottom of each page. (10 mins)

    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 (50 minutes to complete)

    I can... Analyze what a text says explicitly as well as draw inferences from the text through citing textual evidence. (6.RL.2.1)

    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. (6.RL.2.2)

    1. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called Check-In Week 3 Day 2. 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 Too Much Soda. Click on the link and complete the Edcite assignment. (30 mins)
    3. In Google Classroom, click on the assignment called MBFH Chapter 17. Watch the Screencastify video and listen to the story. (12 mins)

    Today's Math Work Checklist (30 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 21: Dependent and Independent Variables - PPS, pages 253-254. Complete pages 253-254 in your math practice and problem solving books. You can find a PDF of these pages under the assignment if you don't have your book at home. You will turn this in when we return to school on May 4th. (30 mins)

    Specials 

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

    For your Music assignment today, click HERE.