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    Week of: May 4, 2020 

     

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    ELA Assignment

    Do Now

    Author’s Purpose

     

    Raz-Kids

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    Reading

    Assignments

    Groups-R6a & R6b

    Aesop’s Fables

    Arthur Bad News day

    Group-R5

    100th Day Project

    Ancient Egypt

    Group R4

    Anna and the magic Coat

    Barack Obama

    Group R3

    Harriet Tubman

    Maria Joins the Team

     

    Group R2

    I Am Thankful

    In the Mountains

     

     

     

    Group R1

    Maria and Her Teacher

    Mixing Colors

     

    Do Now

    Author’s Purpose

     

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    Reading Assignments

    Groups-R6a & R6b

    Can I Vote?

    Dogs at Work

    Group-R5

    China

    Deep in the Ocean

    Group R4

    Community Government

    Different

    Group R3

    Pedro’s Burro

    Penny the Rude Penguin

    Group R2

    Let’s Carve a Pumpkin

    Let’s Make Lemonade

     

     

    Group R1

    My Brain

    On Thanksgiving

     

     

    Do Now

    Author’s Purpose

     

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    Reading Assignments

    Groups-R6a & R6b

    Frogs and Toads

    Giant’s Tail

    Group-R5

    Dragonflies

    Goldilocks and the Other Three Bears

    Group R4

    The Empty Pot

    Grand Canyon

    Group R3

    Science Fair

    A Seed Grows

    Group R2

    Nothing for father’s Day

    Shapes in Tide Pools

     

     

     

     

    Group R1

    On the farm

    Paint It Purple

     

     

     

    Do Now

    Author’s Purpose

     

     

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    Reading

    Assignments

    Groups-R6a & R6b

    Hibernation

    History of the Bicycle

    Group-R5

     How Animals Sleep

    How to Make ice Cream

     

    Group R4

    Grounded to Earth

    How the Zebras Got Their  Stripes

    Group R3

    This is a Bird

    Time of Day

    Group R2

    Sloth Wants to Snooze

    The Storm

     

    Group R1

    The Picnic

    Too Many Leaves

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Do Now

    Author’s Purpose

     

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    Reading Assignments

    Groups-R6a & R6b

    How Much is a Trillion?

    Jack’s Tale

    Group-R5

    Insect Life Cycle

    Introducing Planet Earth

    Group R4

    Hugs For daddy

    I Fly Hot-Air Balloon

    Group R3

    A Trip to Petra

    Wiggly Worms

    Group R2

    Time for Bed

    When I Grow Up

     

     

     

     

    Group R1

    What Flies in the Sky?

    You Can Go

     

     

     

    Math Assignment

    Do Now

    Write number in expanded form and word form.

     

    IXL Learning

     2nd grade

    Repeating Patterns

    Do Now

    Write number in expanded form and word form.

     

    IXL Learning

     2nd grade

    Growing Patterns

    Do Now

    Write number in expanded form and word form.

     

    IXL Learning

     2nd grade

    Find next shape in repeating pattern

    Do Now

    Write number in expanded form and word form.

     

    IXL Learning

    2nd grade

    Find next shape in growing pattern

    Do Now

    Write number in expanded form and word form.

     

    IXL Learning

     2nd grade

    Complete a repeating pattern

    Science Activity

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    Groups 5 & 6 A Ride in Space

    Groups 3 & 4 A Ride in Space

    Groups 2 & 1  Men Who Walked on the Moon

     

     

     

    Social Studies

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    Groups 5 & 6 Finding Grandpa’s House

    Groups 3 & 4 Finding Grandpa’s House

    Groups 2 & 1 Hit a Pinata!

     

     

     

     

    Lesson Objections

    Reading & Writing

    Identify an author's purpose.

    Write answers to construct response questions.

    Identify main idea and details.

    Write complete sentences.

    Math 2nd Grade

    Understand data and graphs.

    Science & Social Studies

    Choose the answer that best completes the sentence.

    Write answer to the comprehension question.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Name________________________________  Date___________________________

     

    An author's purpose is the reason an author decides to write about a specific topic. Then, once a topic is selected, the author must decide whether his purpose for writing is to inform, persuade, entertain, or explain his ideas to the reader.

     

    • Contains mostly facts. ...
    • Contains mostly opinions. ...
    • The author is simply telling a story. ...

     

    Monday

    Author’s Purpose

     

    1. When you read a text or a story that contains important information and facts, what is the author's purpose?

     

    1. to persuade
    2. to entertain
    3. to inform
    4. to make you sad

     

    These are the best shoes in the world! If you wear these shoes you will jump higher, run faster, and score more points in a ball game than anyone. Get a pair today! They are refreshing! Get your pair of SkyHigh Flyers TODAY!

     

    1. Why did the author write this article?
    2. to entertain
    3. to persuade
    4. to inform

     

     

    Name________________________________  Date___________________________

     

    Tuesday

    Author’s Purpose

     

    1. When an author tells a story or describes imaginary characters, places or events he/she is writing to ________ .
    2. entertain
    3. persuade
    4. sing
    5. inform

     

    Rabbit thought Turtle was slow, so he challenged Turtle to a race. But Rabbit was so confident that he would win the race he decided to take a nap during the race. Turtle knew he could win the race if he just kept on going. Turtle did just that and he WON!

     

    1. What is the author's purpose for writing this passage?
    2. To entertain
    3. To persuade
    4. To inform

     

    Name________________________________  Date___________________________

     

    Author’s Purpose

    Wednesday

    Do Now

    Read the sentences below and select the correct purpose.

    Come and get your very own Speedy Scooter! It will make you super fast and let you have tons of fun! You should definitely buy a brand new Speedy Scooter today!

    1. Persuade
    2. Inform
    3. Entertain

    Name___________________Date__________________

     

     

    Thursday          Author’s Purpose

     

    1. A story that is funny, silly, or scary is trying to ________ you.

     

    1. entertain
    2. persuade
    3. inform

     

     

    1. Which are examples of texts designed to entertain? (Choose all that apply.)

     

    1. dictionaries
    2. plays
    3. textbooks
    4. biographies
    5. poems
    6. stories
    7. comic strips

     

     

     

     

    Name___________________Date__________________

    Friday          Author’s Purpose

    1. Read the sentences below and select the correct purpose.

     

    I walked up to my house when I saw balloons on the front porch. So I walked faster and went inside the house. All of the sudden, I heard SURPRISE and all of my friends jumped out with presents in their hands. My birthday wasn't until next week, so I was really surprised and happy.

     

    1. Persuade
    2. Inform
    3. Entertain

     

    1. Read the sentences below and select the correct purpose.

     

    Rules are very important. They help keep things running smoothly. Rules let you know what you can and cannot do whether you are playing a game or explaining how to act in class. You should follow rules; they help people get along.

     

    1. Persuade
    2. Entertain
    3. Inform

    Do Now      Write the number in expanded form and word form.

    Example:   234  200 + 30 + 4 - expanded form         

                      two hundreds thirty-four - word form

     

    Monday

    1. 308_______________________________________________

       

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    Tuesday

    1. 195_______________________________________________

      

               ______________________________________________________

     

    Wednesday

    1. 778______________________________________________

          

               _____________________________________________________

     

    Thursday

    1. 468______________________________________________

        

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    Friday

    1. 927______________________________________________

          

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