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Week og Nov. 13-17
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "Where the Red Fern Grows"

Tuesday - Barter Theatre

Wednesday - Author's organizational pattern

Thursday - Organizational patterns

Friday - Spelling & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 13 

1.    reader

2.    speaker

3.    layer

4.    American

5.    beaten

6.    musical

7.    rotten

8.    German

9.    Indian

10.Roman

11.explorer

12.stretcher

13.critical

14.criminal

15.political

16.original

Bonus:

Election

Vocabulary #7

1. inert – (in URT) inactive, sluggish

2. raze – (rays) to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish

3. crevice – (KREV us) a crack forming an opening

4. novelty – (NAHV ul tee) newness

5. paltry – (PAWL tree) insignificant; of little value

6. delectable – (dee LEK tuh bul) pleasant, delightful, savory, delicious

7. peril – (PEAR ill) something dangerous or risky; the condition of being in danger or at risk or harm

8. lull – (lull) temporary period of calm; lessening of noise; to cause to sleep or rest

9. douse – (DOW sus) to immerse in liquid; to drench

10. derelict – (DER uh likt) deserted, abandoned, neglected



Week og Nov. 13-17
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "Where the Red Fern Grows"

Tuesday - Barter Theatre

Wednesday - Author's organizational pattern

Thursday - Organizational patterns

Friday - Spelling & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 13 

1.    reader

2.    speaker

3.    layer

4.    American

5.    beaten

6.    musical

7.    rotten

8.    German

9.    Indian

10.Roman

11.explorer

12.stretcher

13.critical

14.criminal

15.political

16.original

Bonus:

Election

Vocabulary #7

1. inert – (in URT) inactive, sluggish

2. raze – (rays) to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish

3. crevice – (KREV us) a crack forming an opening

4. novelty – (NAHV ul tee) newness

5. paltry – (PAWL tree) insignificant; of little value

6. delectable – (dee LEK tuh bul) pleasant, delightful, savory, delicious

7. peril – (PEAR ill) something dangerous or risky; the condition of being in danger or at risk or harm

8. lull – (lull) temporary period of calm; lessening of noise; to cause to sleep or rest

9. douse – (DOW sus) to immerse in liquid; to drench

10. derelict – (DER uh likt) deserted, abandoned, neglected



Week of Nov. 6-10
Due Date: 11/10/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - Unit 5 Assessment

Tuesday - No School!  Election Day!

Wednesday -iPads

Thursday - "No More CD's"

Friday - "Where The Red Fern Grows"

 

NO SPELLING OR VOCAB THIS WEEK!!



Week of Oct 30-Nov. 3
Due Date: 11/3/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - The Breakaway

Tuesday - Scavenger Hunt & Urban Legends

Wednesday - iPads

Thursday - Organizational Patterns

Friday - Spelling Test & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

 

Lesson 12 

 

1.    cities

 

2.    mummies

 

3.    supplies

 

4.    families

 

5.    varied

 

6.    centuries

 

7.    colonies

 

8.    applies

 

9.    occupied

 

10.identified

 

11.enemies

 

12.activities

 

13.denied

 

14.allied

 

15.industries

 

16.qualified

Bonus:

 

Scarecrow

Vocabulary #7

1. inert – (in URT) inactive, sluggish

2. raze – (rays) to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish

3. crevice – (KREV us) a crack forming an opening

4. novelty – (NAHV ul tee) newness

5. paltry – (PAWL tree) insignificant; of little value

6. delectable – (dee LEK tuh bul) pleasant, delightful, savory, delicious

7. peril – (PEAR ill) something dangerous or risky; the condition of being in danger or at risk or harm

8. lull – (lull) temporary period of calm; lessening of noise; to cause to sleep or rest

9. douse – (DOW sus) to immerse in liquid; to drench

10. derelict – (DER uh likt) deserted, abandoned, neglected



Week of Oct. 23-27
Due Date: 10/27/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - Main Idea Worksheet

Tuesday - Main Idea Worksheet

Wednesday - Homophones

Thursday - Nine weeks Test

Friday - Spelling & Vocab Test



Oct. 16- 20
Due Date: 10/20/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - Reviewed Unit 1 assessment

Tuesday - King Midas and the Golden Touch

Wednesday - iPads

Thursday - Storm

Friday - Black Beauty

Spelling Words

Lesson 9 

1.    week

2.    weak

3.    steel

4.    steal

5.    grown

6.    groan

7.    guest

8.    guessed

9.    creek

10.creak

11.weather

12.whether

13.sore

14.soar

15.stake

16.steak 

Bonus:

October

Vocabulary #5 

1. Limber – (LYM bur) flexible; exercise so as to become limber.

2. Enamor – (ee NAM er) to inspire with love; captivate.

3. Utter – (UT er) to speak; absolute; complete

4. Adage – (AD ij) a short traditional saying; a proverb

5. Calamity – (cuh LAM uh tee) an event that causes great misfortune; a disaster

6. Dismantle – (dis MAN tel) to take apart, pull down, disassemble

7. Falter – (FALL tur) to become weaker; to be unsteady

8. Encumber – (en CUM ber) to weigh down unnecessarily; to burden; to impede action

9. Embed – (im BED) firmly fixed in a surrounding mass

10. Obtain – (ub TAIN) to gain possession of; to acquire



Oct.10-13
Due Date: 10/13/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - The Hitchiker

Tuesday - Tackling Tests

Wednesday - iPads

Thursday - La Bamba

Friday - Field Trip to Breaks

NO VOCAB OR SPELLING THIS WEEK!!!



Week of Sept. 25-29
Due Date: 9/29/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "The Stone"

Tuesday - Unit 3 Assessment

Wednesday - Finished The Stone

Thursday - Fact & Opinion

Friday - Spelling Test & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 7 

1.    boyfriend

2.    girlfriend

3.    mischief

4.    pier

5.    freight

6.    foreign

7.    receive

8.    receiver

9.    belief

10.relief

11.weighed

12.reins

13.fierce

14.heights

15.thieves

16.achieve

Bonus:

September

Vocabulary # 3 

1. prevail – to be victorious; to persuade

2. fervor – ardor; zeal; earnestness

3. avert – to ward off; to turn away; to keep from happening

4. agility – to move quickly and easily; nimbleness of body or mind

5. wail – to cry out loudly

6. passive – inactive; acted upon but not acting in return

7. catamaran – a boat with two parallel hulls; a raft of logs tied together

8. acclaim – enthusiastic public praise and approval

9. innate – possessed at birth, inborn; a natural characteristic

10. retrieve – to recover; to find and bring back; to get back



Week of Sept. 18-22
Due Date: 9/22/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "Just Once"

Tuesday - Unit 2 Assessment

Wednesday - "The Jacket"

Thursday - Commonly confused words WS

Friday - Spelling Test & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Spelling Words

 

Lesson 6 

 

1.    busy

 

2.    among

 

3.    building

 

4.    young

 

5.    enough

 

6.    though

 

7.    straight

 

8.    rough

 

9.    courage

 

10.eighth

 

11.system

 

12.although

 

13.sleigh

 

14.boulder

 

15.biscuit

 

16.dough

 

Bonus:

 

Adjective

Parts of Speech Vocab 

1.   Noun - person, place, thing or idea

2.   Pronoun - takes the place of a noun

3.   Verb - expresses action or state of being

4.   Adverb - modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb

5.   Adjective – modifies a noun or pronoun

6.   Preposition – a word that shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word

7.   Conjunction – a word that joins words or groups of words

8.   Interjection - expresses emotion



Week of Sept. 11-15
Due Date: 9/15/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - The Dog of Pompeii

Tuesday - iPads

Wednesday - Capitalization

Thursday - Unit 2 Assessment

Friday - Spelling Test & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 4 

1.    roar

2.    apart

3.    reward

4.    worse

5.    turtle

6.    nightmare

7.    burnt

8.    curb

9.    purse

10.declare

11.scarce

12.inserts

13.sparkling

14.source

15.nervous

16.warrant

Bonus:

Subject

Vocabulary Lesson #2

1. goad – to prod or urge

2. gape – to become widely open, separated; to start in amazement

3. outfox – to outwit; to overcome by cunning or cleverness

4. afloat – a floating condition; awash, flooded

5. endorse – to give approval or support

6. remainder – what is left after part is taken away

7. amble – to walk slowly or with a leisurely gait

8. enroll – to become a member; to sign up for something

9. obsolete – out of date; no longer in fashion

10. conceal – to keep from being seen; hidden



Week of Sept. 4-8
Due Date: 9/8/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - No School! Labor Day!

Tuesday - Drawing Conclusions & Context Clues

Wednesday - iPads

Thursday - Prefixes & Synonyms & Drawing Conclusions

Friday - Spelling Test 

Spelling Words

Lesson 3 

1.    count

2.    county

3.    salt

4.    cross

5.    shout

6.    youth

7.    amount

8.    pounds

9.    mountain

10.thousands

11.proof

12.crawled

13.account

14.launched

15.rumors

16.saucer

Bonus:

Compound



Week of Aug. 28-Sept. 1
Due Date: 9/1/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - The Marble Champ

Tuesday - Two Frogs & A Mild Vat

Wednesday - iPads

Thursday - Theme WS's

Friday - Spelling Test & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 2 

1.    bait

2.    peach

3.    bride

4.    prime

5.    globe

6.    grove

7.    slope

8.    slice

9.    roast

10.spike

11.stroke

12.praise

13.squeeze

14.breathe

15.gross

16.thigh

Bonus:

Predicate

 



Week of Aug. 21-25
Due Date: 8/25/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - Character Traits & Setting

Tuesday - 5 Stages of a Plot

Wednesday - Prefixes & Numbers

Thursday - Two types of conflict

Friday - Spelling Test, Vocab Test & Conflict

Spelling Words

Lesson 1

1.    sack

2.    admit

3.    rapid

4.    glance

5.    contact

6.    contract

7.    advance

8.    depth

9.    comment

10.summit

11.sketch

12.nonsense

13.splendid

14.ethnic

15.liquid

16.impulse

 Bonus:

Proofreading

Vocabulary #1

1. shoddy - of poor quality or make; dishonest

2. transpire - to happen or become known

3. hoax - a practical joke; something intended to deceive

4. qualm - a feeling of illness; a disturbing feeling

5. harsh - unpleasant to the senses; unpleasant conditions

6. famine - a drastic, wide-reaching shortage of food

7. adjacent - adjoining, next to; near or close

8. wary - to be alert, cautious; on guard, watchful

9. dread - to be in terror of; to anticipate with distaste or reluctance

10. aghast - shocked; frightened; terrified; taken back



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