Agenda

January 8 (Friday)

  • Read to Me Week (January 11-15)
    • Read aloud to Mr. Bell to show your skills.
      • Pick something ‘just right’.
      • Demonstrate your skills related to phrasing and expression.
      • Aim for at least 30 seconds or more.
  •  Math 

January 7 (Thursday)

  • Social Studies (Friday)
  • English (ongoing)
    • Yea or Nay – Be Convincing!
      • Draft your persuasive ‘essay’.
      • Include transitions to enhance your writing.
  • Read to Me Week (January 11-15)
    • Read aloud to Mr. Bell to show your skills.
      • Pick something ‘just right’.
      • Demonstrate your skills related to phrasing and expression.
      • Aim for at least 30 seconds or more.
  •  Math 

January 6 (Wednesday)

  • English (ongoing)
    • Yea or Nay – Be Convincing!
      • Draft your persuasive ‘essay’.
      • Include transitions to enhance your writing.
  • Math 
    • Complete 2.5 & 2.6 (Thursday)
    • Groove Pizza (ongoing)
      • Create a track and tell us about the fractions in it.
      • Post your link in our Google Classroom.
  • Read to Me Week (January 11-15)
    • Read aloud to Mr. Bell to show your skills.
      • Pick something ‘just right’.
      • Demonstrate your skills related to phrasing and expression.
      • Aim for at least 30 seconds or more.

January 5 (Tuesday)

  • English (Wednesday)
    • Yea or Nay – Be Convincing!
      • Develop several ‘hooks’ for your convincing argument. Try them out on classmates and others.
  • Math 

January 4 (Monday)

  • Daily Health Check
    • Complete the form and return it to school.
    • Assess child(ren) daily for key symptoms of illness before sending them to school. If a child has any symptoms, they must not go to school.
  • Bring your indoor shoes.)
  • Bring a book to read if our classroom library does not satisfy your needs. We visit the library at week’s end to sign out new materials.
  • English (Tuesday)
    • Yea or Nay…Be Convincing – Choose your topic:
      • Parents are required to have controls on their kids’ phones.
      • School uniforms are required in K-12.
      • The driving age must be raised.
      • K-12 schools must run year-round.
      • All violent video games must be banned.
      • A fee must be charged for all items posted online.
      • All social media sites must be restricted to people 18 years and older.
      • OTHER…check with Mr. Bell if you have a topic in mind.