Weekly Assignments for May 4-8

 

All assignments are due by 11:59 pm Friday 5/8/2020

Science Fair Display Boards or Book Creator Displays are Due 5/18

ELA

Assignments should be done in the order they are listed.  It is very important that you read instructions and ask questions if you need help.  Be sure to login to Moby Max through Clever or through our Class Website. 

  1. Moby Max Lessons 
    The assignments are in your "assignments tab" in Moby Max, there are 5 lessons.
    -Prewriting: Brainstorm topics for a Personal Narrative
    -Prewriting: Select a topic for your Personal Narrative
    -Prewriting: Outline Personal Narrative elements in a story chart
    -Prewriting: Outline main events on a plot diagram
    -Prewriting: Understand the meaning of “Show, don’t Tell”

 

Additional ELA Help

 

 

MATH

Assignments should be done in the order they are listed.  It is very important that you read instructions and ask questions if you need help.  You need to watch the videos before attempting the assignments.

  1. Combined Figures Volume Video for Day 1
    (Linked is the better quality video on Vimeo, below is the video that is not blocked if you have a school hot spot.)












     

  2. Combined Figures Volume (Day 1)   (Google Classroom/Math)

  3. Combined Figures Volume Video for Days 2 & 3
    (Linked is the better quality video on Vimeo, below is the video that is not blocked if you have a school hot spot.)












     

  4. Combined Figures Volume (Day 2)   (Google Classroom/Math)

  5. Combined Figures Volume (Day 3)   (Google Classroom/Math)

Additional Math Help

 

 

SCIENCE

The Proposals, Purpose, Materials, Procedure, and Hypothesis, and Experiments should already be completed.  This week you should be doing your graphs and conclusions.  However, if you are behind you need to complete these assignments in the order they are listed.

  1. Proposals (Past Due)
    ***These should be approved by Mrs. Burkhart before you go onto any other part of your project***

  2. Purpose, Materials, Procedures, Hypothesis (Typed Report) (Past Due)

  3. Experiment (Past Due)
    Be sure to document with pictures, notes, drawings, and measurements.  It is very important to be as detailed as you possibly can when documenting what happened when you carried out your experiment.

  4. Conclusion (Typed Report) (Due Friday, May 8th)
    Conclusions should be typed in the same report document as the Purpose, Materials, Procedures, & Hypothesis.  
    Remember, each part should be on it's own page.

  5. Graphs should display results of your project.  (Due Friday, May 8th)

  6. Display Boards or Book Creator (Due Monday, May 18th)
    You may choose if you would like to make a display board as specified in your science fair packet or use book creator online.  The code for Book Creator is in Google Classroom/Science. 

  7. Science Fair Competition
    If you want your project to be judged by our esteemed panel of judges, you will need to do your display using Book Creator.  If you really want to make the poster display, it is fine, just realize your project will not be able to be judged through this method due to COVID-19.  Our panel of judges are comprised of a retired teacher, retired school superintendent, and a park ranger.  The projects are not judged by anyone who works at Sequoia Union.

 

Additional Science Help

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Assignments should be done in the order they are listed.  

  1. Liberty Kids Video - The First 4th of July 

  2. Studies Weekly Week 21 - The Declaration of Independence
    Log in to Studies Weekly using your Clever account.
    Read or listen to all of the articles and answer the questions at the end of each article.

  3. Studies Weekly Week 21 - Test  
    Read and answer each question carefully. You can always go back to the articles when you are taking the test.  This is like an open book test.

Extra Assignments 

If you are flying through your work and would like additional assignments please use the following to aid in your learning.  These are not required assignments. 

  • Moby Max Fact Fluency