Avirett & Torres 18-19
Week of 4/29/19
5/8 Field Day orders due
5/13 Math STAAR
5/14 Reading STAAR
5/24 Field Day
Our Learning Targets
Math: We can compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators. We can generate equivalent fractions using a variety of strategies.
Science: We can examine properties of soils, including ability to support the growth of plants. We can identify and classify Earth’s renewable resources, including air, plants, water, and animals; and nonrenewable resources, including coal, oil, and natural gas; and the importance of conservation
Reading: We can make inferences and draw conclusions about the author's purpose while reading fiction and non-fiction texts.
Writing: We can write a persuasive essay defending a position with supporting details.
Social Studies: We can describe Texas' role in the Civil War and explain the impact of the Civil War on life in Texas.
Lesson 21 Dealing with Peer Pressure
It is okay to say no to others, and it is okay for them to say no to you.
Negative emotions like guilt and remorse can be
reasons not to go along with peer pressure.
Demonstrate using assertiveness skills to resist peer pressure
Demonstrate using the Problem-Solving Steps to figure out ways to resist peer pressure
This week's spelling words
Spelling Words: half, comb, honor, calm, answer, wrinkle, listen, fetch, yolk, climb, honest, knuckle, plumber, folktale, limb
Bonus Words: congruent, perimeter, parallel, perpendicular, dimension