Torres & Avirett 18-19
Week of 9/10/18
A note on grades
Students who score below a 60 will be retaught the skill to improve their understanding of the concept. After a reteach, students will have an additional opportunity to demonstrate their new understanding. This grade will also replace the original grade.
Room Reps needed
9/10 Grandparent Lunch
9/14 3-5 Titan Time (students go straight to the MPR in the morning)
10/31 Field Trip to Meadows Center
Our Learning Targets
Math: We can investigate multiple strategies for solving multiplication and division problems. Pace Math: We can use factor pairs to determine whether numbers are prime or composite.
Science: We can measure, compare, and contrast physical properties of matter, including volume, magnetism, and the ability to sink or float.
Reading: We can summarize and sequence the main events of a plot while reading realistic fiction texts.
Writing: We can write a well organized narrative. We can use the homophones there, their, and they're correctly in their writing.
Social Studies: We can research the four regions of Texas. We can locate the four regions on a map and discuss important information about each section.
This Week's Homework
This week's spelling words
able, shown, mean, English, skill, brick, split, grind, remind, flight, tonight, fright, sigh, ditch, witness
Bonus Words: recognize, twilight, massive, colossal, tremendous
Being assertive means asking for what you want or need in a calm, firm, respectful voice.
Being assertive helps you be successful in a variety of social and academic situations.
Students will be able to:
Identify passive, aggressive, and assertive responses
Demonstrate assertive responses with their partners
Curriculum Night Information Posted on Our Websites
4th Grade items of Note
Lunch 11:45 - 12:15
Recess 1:10 - 1:40
Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to use throughout the day. Your child may bring a snack (or two) to eat during our working snack time.