Extended ELearning Day 4/14/20
Morning Message https://youtu.be/AFbEK0dN9Do
Media Literacy- CNN 10 Student News
I can....integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, verbally) to demonstrate a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.
1. Watch the link for CNN 10 on Google Classroom. No need to take notes since we won't have a quiz this week.
Novel Study- The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963
I can.....describe two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or play, drawing on specific details in the text, and how they impact the plot.
1.. Read chapter 14- Every Bird and Bug in Birmingham Stops and Wonders pgs. 180- 190.
2. Go to Google Classroom and open Watsons Ch. 14 document and answer Chapter 14 questions.
3. Record any examples of racial prejudice or intolerance on the Intolerance Log (sent home in ELearning Folder)
4. Work to be submitted in Google Classroom: Watsons Ch. 14 document ( 45 minutes)
5.View Read Aloud video and answer Google Form Response Question for chapter 19 for Bud, Not Buddy.
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.
Lesson Description- https://youtu.be/Vas_GpiTLv8
1. Reread chapter 14- "Every Bird and Bug in Birmingham Stops and Wonders." Pay close attention to the events surrounding the church bombing.
2. Use information you read about in chapter 14 and learn from the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing Website List to fill in details about the event on the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing Graphic Organizer.
3. Use your graphic organizer to write a newspaper article detailing the event. Use the Google Doc template shared on Google Classroom. Be sure to include an interesting headline and the 5 W's: who, what, when, where, and why.
4. Make sure to locate and include an image of the bombing, and write a caption.
5. Work to be submitted for grade : Newspaper Article- Due Wednesday, April 15
5th Grade Math Group
I can......understand and use measure of center(mean and median) and frequency (mode) to describe a data set.
I can......find the volume of right rectangular prisms with whole number side lengths.
1. Open your 5th grade math book to page 252 and then go to Google Classroom and watch the video-Understanding Mean, Median, and Mode to check over answers to some of Monday, April 13 assignment. https://youtu.be/DfLRiB4uV94
2. Complete pages 254- 257- Lesson 24 Understand Volume
3. Work to be turned in: Ready Math book pages 254-257 (30 minutes).
6th Grade Math Group
I can....understand statistical questions.
I can....recognize a statistical question as one that anticipates variability in the data related to the question and accounts for the variability in the answers.
1. Open your 6th grade math book to page 310 and then go to Google Classroom to play the instruction video titled, Measures of Center and Variability to check over answers from Monday, April 13 assignment. https://youtu.be/0Lt4nIooIOg
2. Complete pgs. 314- 317- Lesson 27 Measures of Center and Variability.
3. Work to be turned in: Ready Math book pgs. 314-317 (30 minutes).
7th Grade Math Group
I can.........understand that statistics can be used to gain information about a population by examining a sample of the population.
I can.........use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population.
1. Open your 7th grade math book to page 298 and then go to Google Classroom to play the instruction video titled, Understand Random Samples to check over Monday, April 13 assignment. https://youtu.be/yNioFfPqlvA
2. Complete pgs. 302- 305- Lesson 27- Making Statistical Inferences
3. Work to be turned in: Ready Math book pgs. 302-305 (30 minutes).
Social Studies- The Civil Rights Movement
I can....understand the role of people in history shaping a movement, such as the Civil Rights Movement.
1. Go to Google Classroom and open the assignment- Civile Rights Movement Edpuzzle Video.
2. Watch the video.
3. The video will stop, asking you to answer questions along the way. You will be given the opportunity to watch again before answering the question and continuing on.
4. Work to be submitted- Civil Rights Movement Video and Questions- (10 minutes).