5th Grade

What we are doing the week of March 16-20, 2020
* "Matilda" field trip forms were handed out today.  The trip is on April 28th 
    and the cost is $11.00.  Please turn form/money in as soon as possible. 
* We always appreciate donated tissues and hand sanitizer.  The students go 
   through them quickly!
*Google Classroom codes:
  McNeil- 7bzogoi
  Angel-   dk47Lff
  Parmley-  acactjb
  Schlimm- eqy3z65 (core 1), 4hesxks (core 2), 7lywvoe (core 3), 
                jeeirrlm (core 4), and pdqbhk3 (core 5)

REMIND Sign up Info 
If you have not signed up for our team Remind texts, please do so! All of the 5th grade teachers will be using the same account to keep you abreast of what is happening in our rooms. You can choose to have it sent to your email, as well. Here is the link:  https://www.remind.com/join/wv5thgrade . We also send a weekly email so please double check that your current email address is on file in Infinite Campus. Along with the email, we post the newsletter on the 5th Grade Webpage.

 Writing with Ms. McNeil (planner/agenda book says "Language Arts")

* New 5th grade writing Remind code: 22976d


*This week, we will write our creative journal entry on Tuesday and share it. We will complete our DEUILI warmup on Wednesday in order to practice our language mechanics skills.  Students will define and analyze the Latin root SCRIB/SCRIBE (which means "to write") on Thursday.  Students should study spelling/vocabulary as well as the 8 parts of speech.  Students will complete an on-demand (choice from packet), practice personification, complete editing practice, and create a story from the pic prompt.  In place of a traditional spelling test, students should use their ten words in a short story or paragraph which makes sense.  Underline words, please.  

Spelling list
Quizlet link: https://quizlet.com/496944799/spellingvocabulary-316-320-flash-cards/?i=2fdrsa&x=1qqW 


1.  again

2.  answer

3.  anxious

4.  because

5.  believe

6.  doubt

7.  enough

8.  boisterous

9.  convivial

10.  woeful

  
*Work ethic grades are earned by the level of completion, neatness, effort, and correctness.  If a student does not receive a 100 on a work ethic assignment, he/she is encouraged to read the comments  that I write on the paper, complete the assignment as directed, and turn the assignment back in to be regraded.  Journals and writings are assessed on the amount of critical and creative thinking, the details and feelings included, and the use of effective vocabulary, transitions, sentence structure, grammar, mechanics, and spelling.  When a student receives a "1" on their writing, that is equivalent to "novice" and will be a 69 (or below) in the gradebook.  A "2" is equivalent to a  "apprentice" and a "C", a "3" is "proficient" and a "B", and a "4" is "distinguished" and equivalent to an "A".  

*This year in writing we focus on letters, articles, and narratives.  We will improve our vocabulary and focus on writing complete, interesting sentences.  I will be encouraging students to use their "voice" in their writing, while including as much detail, feeling, and evidence as possible to back up their opinion or main idea.

Reading with Mrs. Schlimm
All assignments will be posted on Google Classroom throughout the next few weeks. If your students is having trouble getting into Google Classroom for reading, I have provided the class codes below!

www.Classroom.google.com

Core 1 class code: eqy3z65

Core 2 class code: 4hesxk5

Core 3 class code: 7lywvoe

Core 4 class code: jeeirlm

Core 5 class code: pdqbhk3

 

Some students who do not have access to internet were given hard copies of the book Bridge to Terabithia. For everyone else there are two ways to read the book:

  1. 1.www.GetEpic.com/students (Class Code: LQC8327). This can only be used Monday-Friday during school hours. If you try using it at night time or on the weekends, it will prompt you to create an account that cost money. Please do not do this, I do not want families spending any money during this time.
  2. If you are unable to use Epic, there is a PDF copy of the book located in Google Classroom. I will also be reading the chapter assigned for the specific day during our daily zoom chat.

 

I will be posting a Zoom link in Google Classroom each day. While this is NOT MANDATORY for students to log on, it is a great way for students to ask questions, review assignments, and listen to reading in real time. I will do this every weekday beginning at 1:00. This will last until 2:00 unless students have no questions. In the event that I am unable to do a Zoom on a particular day, I will make a post letting students know, as well as send out a Remind Message!

 

Hard copies of homework were sent with students last week. These will be returned whenever we return to school. In the event that your child is afraid they will misplace it between now and then, they are more than welcome to email me a picture of their homework, or type their answers on a Google Doc, and share that with me.

Math with Mrs. Heinrichs

This week we will be working on multi-digit multiplication. I will be using google classroom and remind to communicate with you so make sure your notifications are turned on so you don’t miss any important information. Students should play at least 45 minutes of prodigy this week and complete the following Khan academy lessons by going to www.khanacademy.org:

-Estimating Multi-digit Multiplication (2 minute video)

-Estimate Multi-digit Multiplication Problems (4 questions)

-Relate multiplication with area models to the standard algorithm (6 minute video)

-Strategies for multiplying multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 (6 minute video)

-Multiply by taking out powers of to (7 questions)

-Multiply by 1 digit numbers with the standard algorithm (4 questions)

-Multiplying Multi-digit numbers (10 minute video)

-Multi-digit multiplication (4 questions)

-Multi-digit Multiplication and division Quiz 1 (5 questions)

 

If you have any questions you can email me at lisa.heinrichs@wv.kyschools.us


Science with Mrs. Angel 
Check out Google Classroom post :)

Social Studies with Mr. Parmley
In social studies this week students will be completing a social studies reading packet that will cover various topics we’ve covered in class or would have covered had we been in the classroom. 

 The students should have an answer sheet packet so they can check their answers.  When the students return to school I will collect these for a grade.  The student’s should underline where they found the answer in the passages.

 Please continue to check out my teacher webpage and google classroom for updates. 

 Google Classroom Code: Acactjv

 
Social Studies Remind Text:

Text these characters     wv2020ss

To this number                81010

 

 


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