We will continue to work on our reading through Independent Reading. Students should complete the reading log weekly on Google Classroom Classwork. Student should also keep up with EL Education vocabulary logs. Students should log in through Google Classroom.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Read in your Independent Reading book for at least 20 minutes. Complete the weekly reading log and turn in at the end of the week. This assignment will be 20 points for the week and will count for your attendance. You may use the following links to go to Google Classroom: Google Classroom Block 1, Google Classroom Block 2, or Google Classroom Block 5.
2. From Thursday, April 2: EL Education Module 3, Unit 1, Lesson 4. Compare and Contrast Text and Music from "I'm Just Wild About Harry" from Shuffle Along. Also watch video for "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by James Weldon Johnson. There will be two worksheets to complete in Google Classroom.
The anchor text for this Module is One Last Word by Nikki Grimes.
3. Other great things to do with your time: Quizzlet (Harlem Renaissance "quizzes" have been added), Freerice.com and Typing.com (through Clever). I've added QUIZIZZ to help with Figurative Language (this will be extra credit). I've also added a Edpuzzle video in Google Classroom about the Harlem Renaissance.
Work to be turned in: (ongoing: Complete reading logs on Google Classroom regarding Independent Reading at the end of each week. Work on vocab logs digitally. These will not be due until after we get back into school, but please keep up with them as we go.)
* Work turned in for April 2: Compare Text & Music: "I'm Just Wild about Harry" student workbook pages 29 - 30 and Homework page 191 (Compare Text to Music in Favorite Song). Work must be turned in by 4/8.
**Please remind students that iReady Reading will be assigned on Friday and they need to keep up with their minutes :)
*** Teacher will be entering grades daily on RDS.
Please email me at any time with any questions and if there is any way I can help.
(Co-teacher for Block 1 Language Arts - click here for Mr. Ingle's page: J. Ingle )
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