Get Settled (8:20 - 8:25) -Get green folder, agenda and homework from backpacks -Place homework in the baskets -Get textbooks from desk -Sharpen 2 pencils
(8:25- 9:15) 4th Grade: Math -Unit 2 Math Test, pages 1 and 2 -Green Light in Reflex and then IReady Practice HOMEWORK: :Green Light in Reflex / 10 - 15 minutes on Prodigy (RT Only) : 45 minutes of IReady by Sunday (20 minutes completed at school) 5th Grade: Religion
(9:15 - 10:00) 4th Grade: Science -Create Types of Energy Flip Book Sound – from vibration of sound waves Chemical (fuel, gas, wood, battery) Radiant (light) Electrical energy Atomic (nuclear) Mechanical (walk, run) Thermal (heat) (rub hands together) -Chemical Energy Demonstration with Baking Soda and Vinegar -Explore Types of Energy Small Group Activities *Sound with Water *Mechanical Energy with Lego sets *Electricity with Electricity Kits
(10:55 - 11:15) Math Reteach/Enrichment for Grade 4 and 5 Group B: Work with Mrs. Weigand on Geometry (2 Dimensional Shapes: Names and Characteristics) Group D-4: Work on Assignment in Google Classroom Independently Group D-5: Work on Assignment in Google Classroom Independently Group E: Work with Mr. Butler on Algebra (Complex Equations with Coefficients, Variables, Constants, and Exponents)
Recess/Lunch (11:15 - 12:00) -Meal prayer is said before we dismiss for recess. Bless us, oh Lord, and these thy gifts which we are about to receive from thy bounty through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Reading/Language Arts (12:00 - 1:15) -DPE -Watsons Crossword -Southern Talk Activity - Kenny often refers to his mother and father as “talking Southern.” Complete this activity to see if you know what these Southern words and phrases mean. - Begin Book to Film Activity *When adapting a film, screenwriters have to make some decisions. For example, when Tonya Lewis Lee wrote the script for The Watsons Go To Birmingham, she changed the age of Byron to be older than it is in the book. Another change Lee made was to include SCENE 11 (which does not exist in the book). In Scene 11 (below), the Watson children are in the living room watching television while their mother, Wilona, is making a grocery list in the kitchen. During this time, a historically accurate news broadcast report about the Children’s Crusade in Birmingham comes on the television. The news captures the attention of Byron and Wilona as the reporter tells us what is going on.
*Read Scene 11 and answer the following questions in small groups. Groups need submit one answer sheet with proper heading. Answers must be in complete sentences. #2 and #3 must include story details to support your answer. 1. Why would the scriptwriters include this scene? 2. Why is the Children’s Crusade in Birmingham significant for the Watsons? 3. Does the scene meaningfully support the overall plot of the book? In what ways?
Group 1 - Alivia, Courtney, Riley, Cassidy Group 2 - Tytus, Vivi, Kaisen, Eleona Group 3 - Grace, Meeka, Beck, Nicky Group 4 - Emily, Kyaura, Ruby, Emma
Milk, Restroom and Brain Break (1:15 - 1:20)
(1:20 - 2:05) 4th Grade: Social Studies
5th Grade: Math -Lesson 10 Guided Practice HOMEWORK: Practice and Problem Solving Book, pages 117-118 45 minutes of IReady by Sunday (20 minutes completed at school) Art with Ms. Weigand (2:05 - 2:50)
Prayer/Prep for Home (2:50 - 3:10) -Pray, review agenda to ensure students have all reminders and homework listed / Address questions Angel of God, My guardian Dear, To whom God's love commits me here, Ever this day Be at my Side, To light and guard, To rule and guide, Amen