We hope that everyone had a good week and is staying safe and healthy. We are checking in about what should have been completed this week and what is coming next week.
Reading: Students have been completing CommonLits, their last one is due Monday. Monday, students will will be assigned the Wordly Wise review for unit 9 via a google form. Tuesday, students will take the Wordly Wise unit 9 test via google form. Both of these will be posted on Google Classroom. We will be switching to our poetry unit starting Tuesday. This will include reading/interpreting poems and writing their own :)
Social Studies: This past week, students should have completed the Sensory Figure Activity (posted on Google Classroom), Crack the Code and answered the chapter's essential question. Next week, they will have a timeline activity (posted on Google Classroom) and the chapter test (on Teachtci)
211: Students have continued working on tasks that involve finding the area and perimeter of triangles. There will be a short check-up on this topic on Tuesday through a Google Form. This will be a great way for me to see what the students have learned so far.
217: Students have started working on a new unit with ratios and proportions. This past week, they should have practiced making ratios and writing comparison statements. Next week, we will review proportions and begin to understand what makes a proportional relationship between variables.
Science: This past week, students should have finished the Element project we started when we were in school. They also got to explore a new issue of Science World magazine. Be sure to ask your child what interesting articles they read.
It is very important for students to check Google Classroom every day. Activities are posted, questions are asked (comments are expected from students), and resources are shared. We will be sharing a new learning plan for next week. Right now students have the plan for Monday in the current eLearning plan. We will post lessons/activities for Tuesday-Friday by Monday evening. Thank you for all your support with this learning and please let us know if you have any questions!