Please follow this plan due to school being closed from 3/16/20-6/19/20.
NO TEXTBOOKS ARE NEEDED FOR THE POSTED WORK.
Please refer to our class page for weekly information and instructional plan.
If you need teacher assistance or have any questions, you can email your classroom teacher Monday-Friday between 10:00 am-11:00 am.
Students will use Google Classroom to answer assigned questions.
The teacher will post the Quizizz codes in Google Classroom.
For Special Area Teachers, please refer to their class page.
Week of May 25^{th} Work for 4A
Students should check their school Gmail for reminders about completing or improving work.
ELA
This week, there is no story or vocabulary words.
Science
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about the life cycle of a plant.
Lesson 1-1 Plant Life Cycle Students are to watch the video on the plant life cycle. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Health
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about the heart.
Lesson 1-2 Heart First, students should watch the video about the heart. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Lesson 1-3 Lungs Students should first watch the video about the lungs. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Math
Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn how to multiply mixed numbers and whole numbers. The lessons will be labeled as Lesson 6-1 and Lesson 6-2. Students will answer the questions in Google Classroom for Lesson 6-1 and Lesson 6-2.
In Google Classroom, there will be an assignment that students will review questions on multiplying a fraction by a whole number. Students will answer questions in Google Classroom.
Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answer in Google Classroom.
On Friday, May 29^{th}students are to go to Google Classroom to get the code to play Quizizz for their Math Quiz on Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers. (The code will be posted after 9:00 am.)
Social Studies
The Declaration of Independence
Lesson 1-11 First, students should read the attached textbook pages and notes.
Then, students are to watch the video on the Declaration of Independence. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Changes in Transportation and the Industrial Revolution
Lesson 1-1 First, students will use the notes and scanned pages to read about the changes in transportation and the Industrial Revolution.
Then, students will answer the following questions in Google Classroom. Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answer.
1. What do you know about Robert Fulton? Explain.
2. How did people travel during the 1800s? Explain and give at least two examples.
3. What were some new inventions that were used during the Industrial Revolution? (Give at least three inventions.)
4. What did you find interesting or surprising about this time period? Explain and give at least two examples.
Lesson 1-2 First, students will watch the video on the Industrial Revolution. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Religion
On Wednesday, May 27^{th} students are to go to Google Classroom to get the code to play Quizizz for the Religion Chapter 10 Test. (The code will be posted after 9:00 am.)
Students can go to www.blestarewe.com. They can click on (students) and select Take a Quiz to review questions from Chapter 10.
Chapter 11 Lesson 1-1
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about the Commandments and the Law of Love.
In a paragraph or more, students are to answer the questions below in Google Classroom.
Questions: What is the New Commandment? Explain.
How can you follow this Commandment and show your love for other people? Make sure you give examples.
Week of May 18^{th} Work for 4A
Students should check their school Gmail for reminders about completing or improving work.
ELA
This week, there is no story or vocabulary words.
Science
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about insulators and conductors.
Lesson 1-4 Insulators and Conductors
First, students are to use the notes and textbook pages in Google Classroom to read about insulators and conductors.
Then, students should watch the video on electric circuits.
Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, students are to answer the question below in Google Classroom. Their answer should be at least a paragraph or more. Students should use Science vocabulary in their answer.
Question: What did you learn about insulators and conductors? Explain.
Lesson 1-5 Series and Parallel Circuits Fuses and Circuit Breakers
First, students are to use the notes and textbook pages in Google Classroom to read about series circuit, parallel circuit, fuses, and circuit breakers.
Students are to answer the following questions in Google Classroom. Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answer.
1. What is a series circuit? Explain. What is a parallel circuit? Explain.
2. What type of circuit would you want for your Christmas lights? Explain.
3. What is a circuit breaker? Explain.
Health
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about muscles.
Lesson 1-1 Muscles
First, students should watch the video on muscles. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Math
Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn how to multiply a fraction by a whole number. The lessons will be labeled as Lesson 5-1 and Lesson 5-2. Students will answer the questions in Google Classroom for Lesson 5-1 and Lesson 5-2.
In Google Classroom, there will be an assignment that students will review questions on subtracting mixed numbers. Students will answer questions in Google Classroom.
Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answer in Google Classroom.
On Wednesday, May 20^{th} students are to go to Google Classroom to get the code to play Quizizz for their Math Quiz on Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators. (The code will be posted after 9:00 am.)
Social Studies
The American Revolution
Lesson 1-8 The Battles of Trenton and Princeton First, students will watch the video on the Battles of Trenton and Princeton. Students can use the attached graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, in a paragraph or more, students will explain what they learned about the Battles of Trenton and Princeton. The paragraph is to be written in Google Classroom.
Lesson 1-9 The Battle of Saratoga First, students will watch the video on the Battle of Saratoga. Students can use the attached graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, in a paragraph or more, students will explain what they learned about the Battle of Saratoga. The paragraph is to be written in Google Classroom.
Lesson 1-10 The Battle of Yorktown First, students will watch the video on the Battle of Yorktown. Students can use the attached graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, in a paragraph or more, students will explain what they learned about the Battle of Yorktown. The paragraph is to be written in Google Classroom.
Religion
Chapter 10
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
In Google Classroom, students will write the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit. Then, they will choose at least three of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit and explain how these gifts help them follow Jesus.
On Wednesday, May 27th students are to go to Google Classroom to get the code to play Quizizz for the Religion Chapter 10 Test. (The code will be posted after 9:00 am.)
Students can go to www.blestarewe.com. They can click on (students) and select Take a Quiz to review questions from Chapter 10.
Ascension Thursday and Mary Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about Ascension Thursday and a Litany of the Blessed Mother. Students can read these attachments and share them with their family.
Week of May 11^{th} Work for 4A
ELA
This week, there is no story or vocabulary words.
Science
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about electricity.
Lesson 1-1 First, students are to use the notes and scanned textbook pages to read about electricity.
Then, they are to answer the following questions in Google Classroom. Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answer.
1. What do particles with the same charge do? Explain and give an example. What do particles with opposite charges do? Explain and give an example.
2. What is static electricity? Explain and give two examples.
3. What is electric current? Explain and give two examples.
Lesson 1-2
Students should first watch the video on Electricity. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
After watching the video, students are to go to Quizizz and answer the questions. The Quizizz code will be posted in this thread.
Lesson 1-3 Students should first watch the video on the Power of Circuits. Students can use the graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, students are to answer the following question in Google Classroom.
Question: What did you learn about a circuit? Explain.
Students should explain how a closed circuit works. They should also explain why an open circuit does not allow electric charges to flow.
Students are to answer the question above in complete sentences and use Science vocabulary in their answers. They are to type their paragraph in Google Classroom.
Math
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn how to subtract mixed numbers. The lessons will be labeled as Lesson 4-1 and Lesson 4-2. Students will answer the questions in Google Classroom for Lesson 4-1 and Lesson 4-2.
In Google Classroom, there will be an assignment that students will review questions on adding mixed numbers. Students will answer questions in Google Classroom.
Students are to put the number of the question and then type the answers in Google Classroom.
On Friday, May 15th students are to go to Google Classroom to get the code to play Quizizz for their Math Quiz on Adding Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators. (The code will be posted after 9:00 am.)
Social Studies
Students are to go to Google Classroom to learn about the Battles of Lexington and Concord and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Lesson 1-6 and Lesson 1-7 have scanned textbook pages, notes, and videos.
Lesson 1-6 First, students will watch the two videos on the Battles of Lexington and Concord and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Students can use the attached graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, in a paragraph or more, students will explain what they learned about the Battles of Lexington and Concord and the Battle of Bunker Hill. The paragraph is to be written in Google Classroom.
Lesson 1-7 First, students will watch a video on the Battle of Long Island. Students can use the attached graphic organizer or a piece of paper to help them write the facts that they learned from the video. (The graphic organizer will not be turned in.)
Next, in a paragraph or more, students will explain what they learned about the Battle of Long Island. The paragraph is to be written in Google Classroom.
IXL
Math IXL Q14 adding and subtracting mixed numbers with like denominators
Students should use loose-leaf to help them with their work.
Students should work on this skill only when they have completed Math Lesson 3-1, Lesson 3-2, Lesson 4-1, and Lesson 4-2 in Google Classroom.
Religion
Students are to go to Google Classroom to start reading about Chapter 10 Confirmed in the Spirit. Then, in a paragraph or more, students are to answer the following question in Google Classroom.
What happens during the Rite of Confirmation? Explain.
Students are to go to Google Classroom and read about St. Paul. Then, in a paragraph or more, students are to answer the following question in Google Classroom. Think about Pentecost, when the disciples first received the Holy Spirit. How did the men in Ephesus share a similar experience? Explain.
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