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Monday, September 12: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out.

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1 Monday, September 12: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out your browsing books? 5.Work on your vocabulary work. Happy Constitution Week!

2 RW: How can we use punctuation to be fluent readers? Browsing Challenge: Read: –Highlight the punctuation in your poem. –As you read, use the punctuation to help your fluency. Respond: –Glue your poem into your reading journal –Explain how the punctuation helped you as a reader. Finished? –Read from your browsing book – use the punctuation!

3 WW: How can I wrap up my writing with a strong ending? Author’s Challenge: –Write an ending for your “moment” piece using the restatement ending. Finished with your ending? –Write! Add to your “What I can Write About” list Work on another draft Begin another draft 3-box plan another writing idea Check your spelling, word choice Any “wonder words” you want to use today?

4 Tuesday, September 13: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out your browsing books? 5.Get ready for your spelling test – 1.half sheet of paper, cover sheet 2.Name, #, Date 6.Work on your vocabulary work. Happy Constitution Week!

5 RW: How can inferences help us as we read ahead? Browsing Challenge: Read: –Read your informational genre browsing book Respond: –As you read, mark on post-it notes when you read ahead to help understand a word. –We will share our notes during closing! Finished? –Read from a browsing book –Begin a reading response journal entry

6 WW: How can I wrap up my writing with a strong ending? Author’s Challenge: –Write an ending for your “moment” piece using the poignant ending. Finished with your ending? –Write! Add to your “What I can Write About” list Work on another draft Begin another draft 3-box plan another writing idea Check your spelling, word choice Any “wonder words” you want to use today?

7 Wednesday, September 14: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out your browsing books? 5.Work on your vocabulary work. Happy Constitution Week!

8 RW: How can we use context clues to be fluent readers? Browsing Challenge: Read: –Read pgs in your SS book. Respond: –As you read, track when you used context clues and how they helped you. Finished? –Read from your browsing book – watch for context clues!

9 WW: How can I wrap up my writing with a strong ending? Author’s Challenge: –Write an ending for your “moment” piece using the message ending. Finished with your ending? –Write! Add to your “What I can Write About” list Work on another draft Begin another draft 3-box plan another writing idea Check your spelling, word choice Any “wonder words” you want to use today?

10 Thursday, September 15: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out your browsing books? 5.Work on your vocabulary work. Happy Constitution Week!

11 RW: How can connections help us as we read? Browsing Challenge: Read: –Read your fictional genre browsing book Respond: –As you read, track connections you make and how they help you understand your reading –We will share our notes during closing! Finished? –Read from a browsing book –Continue working on your reading response journal entry … they’re due next week!

12 WW: How can the Habits of Mind strategy help me as a writer? Author’s Challenge: –Write an ending for your “moment” piece using the message ending. Finished with your ending? –Write! Add to your “What I can Write About” list Work on another draft Begin another draft 3-box plan another writing idea Check your spelling, word choice Any “wonder words” you want to use today?

13 Friday, September 16: 1.Make your lunch count, turn in ride changes. 2.Sharpen two pencils. 3.Get a drink, use the restroom. 4.Do you need to switch out your browsing books? 5.Complete your vocabulary work and turn it in to the folder – due today! Happy Constitution Week!

14 RW/WW/SS: How does the Preamble apply to us today? Create a page with your assigned words from the Preamble. Use your background to illustrate what those words mean to you. Be sure your words are spelled CORRECTLY. Trace them in Sharpie. Be sure your illustration shows the meaning of the words. Do quality work!

15 The Preamble to the Declaration of Independence: We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness— That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed."


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