A WORD FROM 3RD

SEPTEMBER 21, 2020- SEPTEMBER 25 , 2020

Mrs. McKay's 3rd Grade Class

Fall Into Another Week of Learning

Welcome to Week 4! Before Monday's class, be sure to:

  1. Read the "Word From 3rd" weekly newsletter.
  2. Update your contact information here: https://tinyurl.com/y3tyhasg.
  3. Have your materials and workspace ready.
  4. Find 50 pennies to use for Math.
  5. Use the document below to set up your LearnZillion account.

STUDENT OF THE WEEK

MYKEL FOWLER

Mykel shows up for class everyday ready to work. He is:

- patient

-kind

-very eager to learn

-and always SLANTs.

CONGRATULATIONS MYKEL! Please email me your favorite two snacks.

CLASS EXPECTATIONS

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DAILY SCHEDULE

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***Please note students do not return to me for W.I.N on Wednesdays. Instead, they will receive a checklist of items due by 2:30 pm that day.

WEEK AT A GLANCE

MATH:

1. Use concrete objects, drawings and symbols to represent division without remainders and explain the relationship among the whole number quotient (i.e., 0 – 10), divisor (i.e., 0 – 10), and dividend.

  • Develop conceptual understanding which means using concrete/hands-on methods to explore division
  • Develop vocabulary for the terms in a division fact

2. Solve real-world problems involving equal groups, area/array, and number line models using basic multiplication and related division facts. Represent the problem situation using an equation with a symbol for the unknown.

  • Develop conceptual understanding of how models and equations represent the problem situations.

3. Understand division as a missing factor problem.


ELA:

Reading Learning Focus: Readers ask and answer literal and inferential questions to gain a deeper understanding of the text and determine meaning of words when affixes are added to base words.


Writing Learning Focus: Writers establish situations and introduce a narrator and characters and organize event sequences that unfold naturally.

PERSONALIZED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES (PLOs)

Division by Grouping Tutorial
Learn Division: Divide on a Number Line
Beginning Division: using arrays

Please make sure the following websites are bookmarked on your child's computer:

RELATED ARTS LINKS

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BY FRIDAY

  1. Login to Math, ELA and Small Group classes daily
  2. Post responses for all Related Arts classes using the links above
  3. Publish and share second personal narrative.
  4. Turn in assignments daily in Microsoft Teams.

CONTACT ME

Please keep in mind, I will not be able to answer calls and texts during live instruction. Should you have any computer issues, please contact the school to reach a member of the Technical Support Team for assistance at 803-783-5541.