ELearning Assignments

  • Hello Fifth Graders and Families!

          This is our last week of 5 days of eLearning.  When we return from Spring Break, eLearning will be scheduled and assigned for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.  I am so proud of how hard our kiddos are working on their assignments.  I know it isn't easy learning without the teacher there, but, our kids are shining!  Thank you to our kids for working so hard to continue their education from home.  I miss them all so much and am hopeful that we will still be returning on May 1st to resume regular school.  

    eLearning for Mrs. Tuholski’s Fantastic Fifth Graders

    3/30-4/3

     

    I can Statements for the week…

    Math:

    I can find the volume of a rectangular prism by multiplying its height by the area of its base.

    I can find the volume of a rectangular prism using the formula V= L x W x H

    I can solve real-world problems involving volumes of rectangular prisms.

    Language Arts:

    I can identify the focus and point of view in several texts about the same event or topic.

    I can compare and contrast differences in focus and point of view in several texts about the same event of topic.

    I can draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis and reflection.

    I can write narrative pieces that have a storyline and plot. 

    I can develop and introduce characters and settings in a narrative

    Monday March 30, 2020

    Math- Lesson 26 Volume with a Formula

    • Assignment
      • Go to our Google Classroom, Tuholski’s Fantastic Fifth Graders
      • Go to the Math section of the page under Classwork
      • Click “Lesson 26 Intro”
      • Watch the lesson video
      • Answer the questions in the Google Doc under the assignment “Lesson 26 Intro”
    • Turn in work: Google Doc created for the assignment

    Language Arts- Lesson 14 Analyzing Accounts of the Same Topic and Writing Narratives

    • Assignment
      • Go to our Google Classroom
      • Go to the Language Arts Section of the page under Classwork
      • Click “Lesson 14 Intro”
      • Watch the lesson video 
      • Complete the chart created in the Google Doc attached to the assignment
    • Turn in work: Chart in Google Doc
    • Assignment
      • Click on the “Narrative” assignment
      • Open the Doc 
      • Read the directions carefully
      • Create a story of your choice
        • Include characters, settings, a conflict or problem that needs to be solved, and plotline (introduction, rising action- the conflict or problem should be introduced in the intro or rising action portion, climax, falling action, resolution- how was the problem or conflict solved)

    Tuesday March 31, 2020

    Math-Lesson 26 Volume with Formulas

    • Assignment:
      • After watching the lesson video yesterday, students should be able to complete some volume problems on their own.
      • Go to our Google Classroom
      • Open the assignment “L26 Practice”
      • Complete the Google Form that is attached
    • Turn in work: Google Form “L26 Practice”

    Language Arts- Lesson 14 and Narrative Writing

    • Assignment
      • Scheduled Google Meet
        • Students should receive a Calendar Invite from our Google Classroom with their assigned time for the live lesson.
          • A-H will meet online at 10:30
          • I-P will meet online at 11:00
          • Q-Z will meet online at 11:30
          • I will post the links for the meetings in our Google Classroom the morning of the live lesson as well.
        • Follow along as we read the articles on page 236 in your Ready Reading book
        • We will then go over the chart on page 237- you can then complete the chart in your Google Doc as we discuss it.
      • Continue your narrative you started yesterday
    • Turn in work: Google Doc with the chart from page 237
    • Narrative story 

    Gym and Music

    • Check Mrs. Rockensuess page for Music
    • Check Ms. Hamilton’s page for Gym

    Wednesday April 1, 2020

    Math-Lesson 26 Modeled and Guided Instruction

    • Assignment
      • Lesson 26 Modeled and Guided Practice pages 270-271 in Math Instruction book
      • Watch the lesson video or join the scheduled Google Meet to complete the assignment
      • Complete the Google Form attached to the assignment with questions from the text and some practice Volume questions.
    • Turn in work
      • Google Form L26 M&G Practice

    Language Arts-Lesson 14 Analyzing Accounts of the Same Topic

    • Assignment
      • Watch the lesson video
      • Reread the articles on pages 238-239 in your Ready Reading book using the Close Reader Habits in the book.
      • Complete the Google Doc with the questions and short response that go with the articles.
    • Turn in work: Google Doc attached to the assignment in Google Classroom

    Thursday April 2, 2020

    Math- Lesson 26 Volume with Formulas

    • Assignment: Lesson 26 Guided Practice
      • After the videos and Meets from this week, students should be able to correctly solve real-world problems involving volume.
      • Complete the Google Form attached to the assignment “L26 Guided Practice”
    • Turn in work: Google Form L26 GP

    Language Arts- Lesson 14 Analyzing Accounts of the same Topic

    • Assignments
      • Read the articles on pages 244, 245, and 246 in your Ready Reading book (a video of the articles being read will be provided for those who need support)
      • Complete the Google Doc with the chart, questions, and extended response to the articles
    • Turn in work: Completed Google Doc 

    Friday April 3, 2020

    Math- iReady

    • Assignment
      • Login to Clever and go to the iReady page
      • Complete 45 minutes of your math pathway
      • Try to pass 1-2 lessons with an 80% or higher.

    Language Arts- iReady

    • Assignment
      • Login to Clever and go to the iReady page
      • Complete 45 minutes of your reading pathway
      • Try to pass 1 lesson with an 80% or higher

     

    I hope you all take the next week, April 6- April 10, to relax and enjoy time together without worrying about any eLearning.  I may jump on Google Classroom and do a few Google Meets to just say hi to my kiddos but there will be no assignments.  

    I want to continue to shout out the amazing parents and families that I have supporting me and your students during this unprecedented and uncertain time.  Without all of you, our kiddos wouldn’t be as successful as they’ve been. You truly are amazing and I’m so grateful for you! Please let me know how I can continue to support and help your children with their assignments as we move forward.