WEEK OF NOVEMBER 11-15
- Spelling List 9 Day 1
- Ready Reading: Correct Ready Reading Unit 1 Assessment together EXCEPT for short response. pg. 92-93 Unit 2 Key Ideas and Details in Literature: Students will compare and contrast characters in a drama. We will read a brief comic cartoon and discuss what the girl and boy look like, how they act, and how they interact with each other. Then we will create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting the two characters.
- Spelling List 9 Days 2
- Ready Reading: pg. 94-95 Students will read a play titled, "Alfred" set long ago. As a class we will create a venn diagram on Alfred and Cudred are similar and different.
- DYAD READING
- Students will read two informational passages about two animals becoming extinct. They will use the R-A-C-E strategy to create an outline for an informative paragraph about the causes of the almost extinction of the animals.
- Spelling List 9 Days 3
- Ready Reading: pg. 98 "King Alfred" Short response Compare and contrast Alfred's and Cudred's traits, actions, and interactions. Include two details from the drama in your answer.
- DYAD READING
- Students continue working on Animal Extinction Informative Outline
- Spelling List 9 REVIEW
- Ready Reading : pg. 96-97 "Cornelia and Her Jewels" What is a drama? It also called a play. Like stories, plays include characters, settings, and a plot. The text of a play, called a script, uses stage directions. Stage directions tell actors how to move, speak, and act. Students will read another play and compare and contrast the characters. How do Julia and Cornelia feel about Cornelia's jewels?
- Reading Notebook: RL.5.5 I can explain how scenes fit together to provide the structure of a drama. Introduce Characters in a Drama RL.5.3 I can compare and contrast two or more characters from a story or drama using specific details from the text.
- Students will begin writing their informative paragraph about animal extinction based on their outline.
- Phonogram QUIZ
- Spelling TEST 9
- Ready Reading: pg. 99 "Cornelia and Her Jewels" Students will write a short response using evidence from text to describe how Julia and Cornelia each feel about Cornelia's jewels.
- Students will continue writing their informative paragraph about animal extinction based on their outline.