Thursday, April 2
Listen to and read the e-book Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in System 44 and answer the following questions. These questions are also at the back of the book.
Click on your class below the assignment to enter Google Classroom and post your answers there.
Think. Talk. Write.
How would you describe Frederick Douglass? Use these sentence starters to write your answer.
1. Frederick Douglass was __________________________________________________________________.
2. I think this because ______________________________________________________________________.
Re-read. Look for the answers to these questions.
3. How did Frederick learn to read?
4. Why did knowing how to read make Frederick even more unhappy to be a slave?
Fill in the blanks using the verb phrases below. Click on your class below this assignment to go to Google Classroom and post your answers there.
Multi-Word Verbs/Verb Phrase
- Give up – surrender; stop or quit; admit defeat
- Look up – obtain information about something in a text
- Make up – compose; invent; mix or assemble; smooth over an argument
Complete each sentence with the correct verb listed above.
- I _______________________; you win!
- Can you __________________________ the word machinery in the dictionary?
- Terri is going to _____________________________ a story to tell the children.
- Read each question then complete the sentences.
- When should you give up your seat on the bus?
I would give up my seat ________________________________________________
- Where can you look up information about how horses came to North America?
I can look up information ____________________________________________.
- What would you say to a friend to make up an argument?
To make up with a friend, I would say __________________________________.
- Use each verb phrase in a sentence.
Wednesday, April 1
Hello students and families! You may contact me using the following methods:
Telephone: (352) 352-3529 10AM-11AM and 12:55-1:55PM. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
System 44 - Please see the assignment below. We are using Google Classroom to interact and give student feedback. The assignment is also posted there. Please click the link for your class to get to Google Classroom.
System 44 Blocks 1-2 https://classroom.google.com/u/0/w/NzI4Mzk5MzQyMDVa/t/all
System 44 Blocks 5-6 https://classroom.google.com/u/0/w/NzI4NjEyNzY3MTJa/t/all
- Hello students and families! We are continuing our lesson "Guilty Until Proven Innocent." Today we are going to analyze a police report to determine the central idea.
1. Do Now - Answer the question by filling in the blank. Post your answer.
When do you think a police report would be created?
I think a police report would be created when _______________________________________________.
2. Go to your System44 student e-textbook and read page 130. Fill in the blanks on page 131. Post your answers. Be sure to number each answer for page 131 when you post.
3. Listen and read an audiobook in System 44. Post the title and summary of the book.
4. Do your computer activity in System 44. Post your answers. Be sure to number each answer for page 131 when you post.
Escalate - Hello students and families! Please find today's assignment below. We are using Google Classroom to interact and give student feedback. The assignment is also posted there. Please click the link to your class to get to Google Classroom.
Escalate Block 3 https://classroom.google.com/u/0/w/NzI4NTMxODg5ODla/t/all
Escalate Block 4 https://classroom.google.com/u/0/w/NzI4NjAxMjM2OTla/t/all
Objective: Exchange information and ideas. Unpack a sentence.
Read page 22-25 in the Escalate e-student book. Post your answers to the following questions. Be sure to number your answers as you post. You can also find the reading attached.
1. What is the dog responding to when he gives a short growl?
2. In line 6, what do we find out about the dog?
3. Why will the owner move the dog away?
4. How is feeling since the owner wants to calm him down?
5. What's similar about the girl's and boy's situation and how they're feeling?
6. Re-read pages 13-16. How do scientists' opinions differ?