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Room 202 starts the learning day 20 March 2015

Start-of-the-Day Prezi, 20 March 2015
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Room 202 starts the learning day
take out your whiteboard and marker
Daily Language Practice
Put away your whiteboards and markers
Stand up silently and face the flag
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Chorus:
This land is your land, this land is my land
From California, to the New York Island
From the redwood forest, to the gulf stream waters
This land was made for you and me

As I was walking a ribbon of highway
I saw above me an endless skyway
I saw below me a golden valley
This land was made for you and me

Chorus

I've roamed and rambled and I've followed my footsteps
To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts
And all around me a voice was sounding
This land was made for you and me

Chorus

The sun comes shining as I was strolling
The wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling
The fog was lifting a voice come chanting
This land was made for you and me

Chorus

As I was walkin' - I saw a sign there
And that sign said - no tress passin'
But on the other side .... it didn't say nothin!
Now that side was made for you and me!

Chorus

In the squares of the city - In the shadow of the steeple
Near the relief office - I see my people
And some are grumblin' and some are wonderin'
If this land's still made for you and me.

Chorus (2x)
Hail, hail to old Purdue
All hail to our old gold and black!
Hail, hail to old Purdue!
Our friendship may she never lack.
Ever grateful, ever true,
Thus we raise our song anew
Of the days we’ve spent with you,
All hail our own Purdue.
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Academic Vocabulary
Fractions
fraction
a number that names part of a whole
numerator
the top part of a fraction. Tells the number of equal parts.
denominator
the bottom number of a fraction. Tells the number of equal parts in all.
equivalent fractions
two or more different fractions that stand for the same amount
like fractions
fractions with the same denominator
decimal
a number that uses place value and a decimal point to show part of a whole
Academic Vocabulary
Space
star
a huge ball of hot, glowing gases
planet
a large, nearly-round ball-shaped object that travels in a path around the sun
solar system
The sun, the planets and their moons, and other objects that orbit the sun
orbit
the path that an object takes as it travels around the Sun
telescope
a tool for making distant objects appear nearer and larger
asteroid
a large piece of rock in space
binoculars
two telescopes joined together as a unit
decimal point
a period separating the ones and the tenths in a decimal number

tenth
one of ten equal parts or 1/10
hundredth
one of one hundred equal parts
equilateral triangle
a triangle with three sides of equal length
isosceles triangle
a triangle with two sides of equal length.
axis
the imaginary line around which the Earth spins
Read the following paragraph and decide if the boldfaced part has a capitalization error, punctuation error, spelling error, or no mistake.
Golf is a
popular Sport all over
the world. The game is
played outdoors
over eighteen holes, using a little ball and clubs
to hit the ball? The object
of the game is to hit the golf ball
into a hole 4 1/2 inchs
in diameter in as few strokes (hits) as
possible. The winner is the player
with the lowest score.
1. capitalization punctuation spelling no mistake
2. capitalization punctuation spelling no mistake
3. capitalization punctuation spelling no mistake
4. capitalization punctuation spelling no mistake
Problem of the Day
Liam, Kyon, and Todd exchanged gifts. How many gifts were exchanged if they gave each other one present?
scalene triangle
a triangle with no equal sides.
right triangle
a triangle with one right angle
parallelogram
a quadrilateral with opposite sides that are of equal length and parallel
rectangle
a quadrilateral with opposite sides that are parallel and equal length, and all four angles are right angles
square
a parallelogram with opposite sides that are of equal length and parallel. All four angles are right angles. All four sides are the same length.
rotation
one complete spin around an axis
revolution
one complete trip an object takes around another object
solid figure
a solid figure having the three dimensions: length, width, and height.
face
the flat part of a 3-dimensional figure
cube
a 3-dimensional figure with 6 faces that are congruent (the same shape)
rectangular solid
a 3-dimensional figure with six faces that are rectangles
cone
a 3-dimensional figure with a curved surface and a circular base which comes to a point called the vertex
cylinder
a 3-dimensional figure having two circular bases and a curved surface connecting the two bases
pyramid
a 3-dimensional figure with a polygon for a base, usually a square, and side faces that are triangles
sphere
a 3-dimensional figure that has the shape of a round ball
volume
the number of cubic units needed to fill a solid figure
phases of the Moon
set of the different ways that the Moon looks
constellation
a group of stars that make a fixed pattern
5. capitalization punctuation spelling no mistake
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