Reading goals: 3.8C Point of view, 1st or 3rd person
Reading HW-new vocabulary comes home; reading logs due Friday
Language Arts: 3.22 Prepositions, prepositional phrases and time order words.
Spelling test this week (Thursday). words are on www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd This is list #2.
Social Studies: 3.1A,B Basic structure of government
School pictures are Thursday!
Reading: 3.8B Interaction of characters, including their relationships and changes they undergo.
Reading HW- Reading Log comes home today. Please read and fill out through the week, return on Friday.
Language Arts: 3.22 Use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing, and speaking. (B) Use complete subject and complete predicate in a sentence.
Social Studies: 3.4A-E, 3.5 A-D Landforms presentations
School supply donations are going on this week for our sponsor school in Beaumont.
There was a mistake on the vocabulary page. The definitions for living and nonliving were incorrect. Please use these definitions instead:
HELLO ALL! I wanted to make a post about how to study for the vocabulary test! There is a link on my blog to quizlet.com. We use this website to take our vocabulary tests. Your child is welcome to use this website to study, take a practice test and play games! You can print flashcards as well. Your child is responsible for KNOWING the vocabulary word AND IDENTIFYING the definition. We will work on this as a class, so the students will know what to do.
williamsk.wonecks.net—scroll down to the blue box that says Quizlet (on the left). click on the link and enjoy the website! There is also a link below, feel free to click on that!
Please let me know if you any ANY questions! Thank you so much!
This week, we will be learning the following:
Reading: (3.8 A) Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. (A) Students are expected to sequence and summarize the plot’s main events and explain their influence on future events (3.4AC) identify and use antonyms, synonyms, homographs, and homophones.
Reading homework: READING LOG and new vocabulary comes home!
Language Arts: 3.22:use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing and speaking. (B) use complete subject and complete predicate in a sentence.
SPELLING TEST THIS Thursday (practice test) and TEST FRIDAY!
Social Studies: 3.4A-E; 3.5A-D Changes in physical environment (landforms). We will build landform projects this week!
Hello all! Here is the link to my Remind, to receive texts about classroom news and all the awesome things we are doing! You won’t want to miss all the hard work your kiddos are enjoying!
or, text @89dh6c to 81010. Please let me know if you have any questions!
Here is a short video to show how we work through the plot structure! The kiddos really enjoyed this!
Here is another video that we loved! A wonderful explanation of how we work through the plot structure of a story!
*Reading: (3.8 A) Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. (A) Students are expected to sequence and summarize the plot’s main events and explain their influence on future events.
*Reading homework comes home today! Reading log is expected to be filled out on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. They are due Friday for checking. Students will keep this log until October 18.
*Language Arts: 3.22B: use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing and speaking. (B) use complete subject and complete predicate in a sentence.
Spelling homework comes home today! Students will practice their words for TWO weeks before they test. First spelling test is on September 8.
*Social Studies: 3.4A-E; 5A-D Changes in physical environment (landforms)
Parent Orientation is Tuesday Night at 6:00. Please meet in the cafeteria at 6:00.
PEP RALLY notes due on Thursday!
From Mrs. Odom: We are all super excited about witnessing the solar eclipse. The intermediate grades will be watching this rare occurrence on the television in the cafeteria during lunch. We will not be having recess at our regularly scheduled time in order to protect our students from harm. We will meet in the cafeteria again at the peak time of the eclipse while Mr. McBride talks to all the intermediate classes about the eclipse. This will prove to be an exciting learning opportunity for all.