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Transcript of ELA 3b:
Pick one of the pictures.
Once you pick a picture you must create a story that goes with the picture. Your story must have a beginning( describe the setting, characters, and what is happening) , middle (problem), and end (how is the problem fixed). We will type these stories up on Thursday.
Read and Sketch
Penguin Cha Cha
What are the events that happen in the story?
Why do you think the author wrote this story?
With a friend..
You will circle the adjectives. Once you find the adjectives you will need to tell me what noun the adjective describes.
With a friend....
Create 5 silly sentences full of adverbs on the back of your penguin book!
Then create an illustration to go with your sentence!
Let's read a poem, talk about it, and create something neat!
1. iPads (IXL desk):
8. Adverb/Adjective board game(center):
3. poetry practice (stool):
4. Listen to Reading (iPad at desk):
5. Write your Fable(table 2):
6. adverb board game(earth rug):
7. Read to Self(your desk):
2. Read with a friend (pillow area ):
Jace & Mason B.
Kinleigh, Levi,& Roslyn
Nory & Claire
Molly & Austina
Embry & Rue
Mason W & Harper
Azrael & Laila
Circle the adjective!
1. The girl had a red ball to play with.
2. He had the bluest shirt in the class.
3. My wise mother gave me the answer.
4. My blanket is the softest!
5. My car was faster than yours.
John had a sweet, chocolate doughnut for breakfast.
: sweet & chocolate
: doughnut is what sweet and chocolate describe.
The penguin at my party
danced around the room!
Let's read about penguins.
Let's take time to write about Rosa Park to teach other 1st graders about her!
Have you ever been treated unfairly? Well,
Rosa Parks was a woman that was treated very unfairly! She was strong, brave, kind, and a leader. Rosa Parks........
You must have 7 - 10 sentences about Rosa Parks and her life.
All by yourself you will complete an ADVERB sheet!
Mr. Popper's Penguins
We will continue reading Mr. Popper's Penguins. Chapter 10-12
Let's create and read our own Black History book.
Now let's learn about Ruby Bridges!
Let's check for understanding! Show me you know how to find information!
Now let's finish our story, and type it up when you are ready!
We are going to make a craft about Rosa Park's struggle.
Let's look at our poem,
A Song of Greatness
Show me you know adverbs and adjectives!
Everyone will create a poster of your penguin.
Your poster must have:
Let's read about him first.
Then we will watch the video with our pbj!
Let's learn about what Valentine's day really about!
In the story we just read the penguins had some fancy dance moves! How would you describe them?
Can you think of a few
Hawker crying, "Bangles, crystals bangles!
What is a Hawker? Would you want to be a Hawker? Why or why not?
You must create a list of positive and negative reasons to have each of these jobs.
With a friend:
Let's read Vocation
You will write about the vocation you want to have when you grow up. Make sure to tell me what you will have to do, how you will do it, what your schedule will look like, where you will work, who you will work with, and why it's an awesome job.
This will be done in your journal. Make sure to write today's day at the top.
Tuesday: I will read and not show you the pictures. You will draw illustration of your favorite part.
Gillian & Esme
We will read a nonfiction book about penguins, and we will look at all the text features!
3 week brain check
Friday - Tuesday:
All the information from your penguin fact sheet and an illustration!
You will have two days to find all the facts, and one day to put it all on your poster paper.
Who might they be talking about?
why might they be mighty?
Who do you know that may be might?
How can you be might?
Thursday - Friday
What adjectives and adverbs can you add to your writing?
Let's practice with adverbs!
Monday / Tuesday
Sit in your seat!
Be quiet and you will get your Valentine's Day materials.
I will need quiet volunteers to help pass out things.
I will also collect your science project materials.
Richard & Florence Atwater
Spelling Test Time:
Captain: Get privacy folders.
Caboose: Get spelling sheets.
Dr. Seuss Reading:
1. Mia needs to finish first.
2. Brodi goes second.
3. Carleen goes last.
Now let's practice with a
We will finish our Penguin books first.
What is love?
1. Read about her.
2. Write about her.
3. Make a craft.
1. The car raced quickly down the street.
2. The red car raced down the street.
3. The hippo slowly opened its mouth.
4. The huge hippo opened its mouth.
Penguin Poster Board
Mr. Popper's Penguins
Let's read chapters 16- 18 today.
What would you do if you found MAGICAL shoes?
May the force be with you.
Pass the test you will.
Good luck you will have.
Think threw you must.
The force is on your side.
I am one with the force and the force is with me.
Do or do not there is no try.
Truly wonderful, the mind of a child is.
A Jedi uses the Force for knowledge and defense, never for attack.
To be Jedi is to face the truth, and choose.
Your focus determines your reality.
Let's draw an illustration of what you would like to be when you grow up.
Once you finish your JGB questions and your illustration of the job you would like to have as an adult you can play on the iPad. You must play IXL language.
Clean up, pack up, snack time
No homework this week because of parent teacher conferences!
The Emperor's Egg
Tacky the Penguin
3:58 - ch 10
Let's review some penguin facts we learned by creating a book about penguins!
Let's take a few minutes to decorate our Valentine Boxes!!
Add details to the verbs
(actions / what you do).
Find the Adverb:
1. Esme quietly listens.
2. Mason W. rapidly dances.
3. Miss Alred wonderfully sings!
Adjectives: paint a prettier picture! They give more description.
Find the adjectives:
1. I like the red Valentine boxes.
2. I love Miss Alred's curl hair.
3. Mrs. Masoodi has a white coat.
4. I saw a yellow race car.
Mason B., Rue, Laila, Claire, Embry, Austina, and Molly.
Jace, Nory, Mason W., Azrael, Harper, gillian, and Esme
He can live up to 10-12 years in the wild.
Two weeks after they are born they leave the colony.
By: Mrs. Masoodi
He is about 24-26 inches tall. He weighs about 7-14 pounds.
They live along the coast of Chile and Peru. The climate there is warm.
They like to eat small fish like sardines and anchovies. They also like squid.
They find their mate at age 3. They protect their eggs 39-42 days. They lay 2-4 eggs per year.
They can drink salt water because they have a special gland that can filter out the salt.
You will work to find all your facts. You will use your fact sheets and your iPad to find information.