e-Learning

E-Learning January 30, 2020

  • E-Learning Day: Thursday, January 30, 2020 -Due Tuesday, February 4, 2020

    If you have a question, you may message me through the Remind app or send me an email though rpressel@mcas.k12.in.us

    • If you normally go with Mrs. Zaknoun, you will do Mrs. Kearns' assignments (reading, writing, math). Click on her name below to get to her assignments (please make sure you complete the art assignment at the bottom):

      Mrs. Kearns

        

      Reading

      I can read nonfiction text and locate answers to questions.

      Steps of the Lesson:

      1. Play the video for 10 Unique Animals You Won’t Believe Exist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8mxT7lnCuo

      2. Answer the following questions:

      What makes the Mangalitsa pig unique?
       
      The rhinopithecus male and female are different because...
       

      What noises does a Patagonian Mara make?

      The female Markhor Goat's horns can grow how tall?
        
      The Venezuelan Poodle Moth was discovered in what year?
       
       
       The Cloud Antelope is a real existing animal (true or false).
       
       
       

      Work to turn in: answers to these questions on a piece of paper or you may also write these answers on a google doc and share with me. (30 minutes)

       

       

      Writing

      I can write using complete sentences while using correct punctuation, capitalization, and word choice.

      Steps of the Lesson:

      1. Edit the following sentences by retyping and correcting the mistakes.

      when jason went to australia on vacation, he saw to kangaroo’s hopping on the grass

        The hungry Panda bear Ate leafs from a tree branches

      2.  Which of the Unique Animals in the video above was your favorite? Write a paragraph explaining which animal was your favorite and why. Give at least 3 reasons using information from the video. You must have a topic sentence and a closing sentence.

      Work to be turned in: Turn in the sentences and the paragraph on a sheet of paper or write on a Google Doc and share. (45 minutes)

       

      Math

      I can solve word problems.

      Steps of the Lesson:

      Work the problems on a separate sheet of paper.

       

      1. John leaves school at 2:55. It takes him 13 minutes to walk home. Then, he eats a snack for 15 minutes and does his homework for 33 minutes. What time does he finish?

       

      1. John gets up for school at 7:45. He takes 18 minutes to get ready, 12 minutes to eat breakfast, and 5 minutes to find his shoes. What time does he leave for school?

       

      3a. Susie reads every night after school. She read for a total of 97 minutes. On Monday and Tuesday, she read for 23 minutes each. On Thursday and Friday, she read for 19 minutes each. How many minutes did Susie read on Wednesday?

       

      3b. Susie began reading at 7:56 on Monday. What time did she finish?

       

      1. Baseball practice lasted for 36 minutes. If it ended at 6:42, when did practice begin?

       

      Work to be turned in:  Turn in math problems with solutions on a sheet of paper or type on a Google Doc and share. (40 minutes)

       

       

      Self Selected Reading

      I can... read with fluency.

      Steps of the Lesson:

      1. Read your Library book or any other book you have.

      Work to be turned in: Title and pages of book you read. (20 minutes) 

       

      Specials

      We have art today.  Please click on the art link and complete the third grade art assignment. 

       Art