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**On this table you will see work that was completed during each school day. If you did not get to finish any work it must be completed that night at home. 
KEY: RNB= Reader's Notebook
 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Science
Begin Unit 1 Lesson 1
Continue Unit 1     Review the 4 Social Studies and complete the inactive notebook.  
ELA AM
Introduce vocabulary words.
Write a synonym for each word
Read the story for Unit 13
Discuss the skill Sequence of Events
Grammar- Modal Auxiliaries (Can and Could)
Do RNB p. 163
 Reread Story
Discuss Vocabulary Skill-Greek and Latin Roots
Grammar-Modal Auxiliaries (would, should, and must
WorkbookRNB 164
Students will work on centers reviewing skills from this lesson
Grammar- review for the test on Thursday 
RNB pg.165
Continue to work on Centers.
Read the story 
Grammar Test on Possessive Nouns and Auxiliaries 
Reading Test on the skills from Unit 12 and 13 
ELA PM
Introduce vocabulary words.
Write a synonym for each word
Read the story for Unit 13
Discuss the skill Sequence of Events
Grammar- Modal Auxiliaries
Do RNB p. 163
 
 Reread Story
Discuss Vocabulary Skill-Antonyms
Grammar-complex sentence
RNBpg.104
 Students will work on centers reviewing skills from this lesson
RNB p.105
Continue to work on Centers.
Read the story 
Grammar Test on Possessive Nouns and Auxiliaries 

 
Reading Test on the skills from Unit 12 and 13 
 
 
 
 Image result for announcements1. Please send in your box tops.  We are competing with other classes this year.
2. Gym day is on Friday Students must come dressed in their gym uniform.
3. Please check at the bottom of the page for the letter home and the study sheet. This will be a great help to know what we will be doing in ELA class.
4. This year, we are introducing students to Learning Logs.  These are great tools that students can use to assess their own knowledge.  It provides us with feedback on their learning while promoting independence and ownership.   Learning logs will be reviewed after a lesson and before a test.  Ultimately, our goal in fourth grade is for logs to be used as study guides for a test.  Tests count for 65% of your child's total grade in ELA.  Please know that tests count for a large portion of your child's grade.  It is very important to study for all test. 
 
 
 
 
Science AM ELA PM ELA

Essential Question: What are the four Social Sciences?

 

 

Essential Question How are the different parts of an ecosystem connected?
Skill-Sequence of Events and Metaphors/Similes
Grammar: Modal Auxiliaries
Vocabulary: 
Lesson 13 Words
Greek and Latin Word Parts
 
 
Essential Question How are the different parts of an ecosystem connected?
Skill-Sequence of Events and Metaphors/Similes
Grammar: Modal Auxiliaries
Vocabulary: 
Lesson 13 Words
Greek and Latin Word Parts

 
 
 
 
 
Welcome to 403
Hello :) My name is Ms. Joyce and I have been teaching for many years. This will be my fifth year at Franklin Towne. I am so thankful to be in such a wonderful school with amazing students. I attended Penn State University and received my Master's degree at Neumann University.  I enjoy traveling and reading. I especially enjoy spending time at the shore. I am looking forward to an exciting and fun-filled school year. Please feel free to contact me at any time during the year. My e-mail address is mjoyce@franklintowne.org.
 
**GYM is on Friday!  Students must wear their gym uniform.

Our Class Rules!
Remember to always be respectful.
Treat others as you want to be treated.
Listen to each other.
Follow directions.
Pay attention and do your very best.

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