ELearning Monday, Dec. 9


    Below is the list of all of assignments.  If you go to Mrs. Boyter's Google Classroom 2019-20 you will find all of these assignments with documents and links attached.



    I can introduce a claim and support it with clear reasons and relavent evidence using credible sources to demonstrate an understanding of the topic.

    Steps of the lesson...

    1. Watch the Mystery Doug Science Video about the coldest place on Earth.

    2. Open the google doc and read the claim made by Mrs. Boyter about taking a vacation.

    3.  Use what you learned from the video to write a counter argument.  Then answer the remaining questions using PQA and providing facts from the video as support.



    Work to be turned in:

    Be sure to submit your googledoc when completed.



    I can analyze how a particular sentence, chapter, scene, or stanza fits into the overall structure of a work of literature and contributes to the development of the theme, characterization, setting, or plot.

    I can write a summary that includes main ideas and key details.

    Steps of the lesson...

    1. Read chapters 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 in your The Kid Who Ran For President novel.
    2. Look for notice and notes as you read.  Add at least 3 to your bookmarks. Focus on finding  words of wiser, tough questions, contrast and contradictions,  and an aha moment.
    3. Be sure to do the questions that go with each notice and note on your paper bookmarks.
    4. Write your summary for the reading assignment found on the googledoc assigned through google classroom.
    5. You can begin answering questions from that packet that pertain to the chapters you have read.

    Work to be turned in:

    You will need to show me your notice and notes tomorrow and use them for a group discussion. I should also see your summary complete on your google doc.



    Complete pages 82, 83, and 84 from the Unit 8 Vocabulary Packet.

    Social Studies

    I can summarize a primary or secondary source without including bias or prior knowledge.

    Steps of the lesson...

    1.  Go to CNN10.  Watch the 10 minute show. 
    2.  Take notes as you watch either on notebook paper or on a googledoc.
    3.  If you chose to take notes on paper, be ready to turn it in to me tomorrow.



    Work to be turned in...

    Notes about CNN10 (on paper or in your CNN notebook)


    4th, 5th, and 6th grade math

    4th graders:

    I can add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

    Watch the two videos about adding fractions with unlike denominators.  



    Then work on green problem solving pages 113-114


    5th graders:

    I can multiply and divide decimals in the thousandths.

    Watch the video about arithmetic with decimals.


    Finsih the problem solving pages that were sent home on multiplying and dividing decimals.

    Work to be turned in...

    pages 125-128 


    6th graders:

    I can write equations for proportional relationships.

    Watch the video about writing equations for proportional relationships.


    Work on pages 117-118 from your problem solving packet.

    Work to be turned in...

    pages 117-118 completed.



    Go to code.org and work on completing lesson 14.  If you are behind, see if you can try to catch up today.  Who will get the challenge activities?  I will be excited for you to share your success on Tuesday.