**Monday**

- Literature (Mrs. Henry): Updated grade sheet, Journal assessments, Journal project due TOMORROW.
- Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): Return graded work and update grade sheet. Journal 37. Vivid verb activity with Plain Dealer article. Class time to finish revising and editing short stories, and work on final copy.
**Final copy of short story due Wednesday!** - Science (Mr. Walton): Students completed the assessment for chapter 2, section 1
- Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
- Math (Mrs. Lukey):
- 1st period- no HW
- 2nd period- pg 194 (1-4, 12-17) collected tomorrow
- 3, 8, 9 period- angles WS (
**transformation project due Thursday**) **Mrs Schumann:**- Literature:
- Language Arts:
- Math:
**Mrs. Chari**- Literature: Aesop Fable – read & discuss, vocabulay (Homework- read for 20 mins and journal).
- Math: Problem of the day – adding decimals. Lesson – introduction to transfomation and types (Homework-subtraction word problem).

**Tuesday**

- Literature (Mrs. Henry): Journal Project due. characterization sheet,
- Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): Journal 38. Identify verbs and their tenses. Use various verb tenses in writing. Examples. Text practice p. 474-476. Assignment: Verb Tenses worksheet due Friday.
- Science (Mr.Walton): Students created diagrams of the carbon and nitrogen cycles
- Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
- Math (Mrs. Lukey):
- 1st period-
- 2nd period- 3-5 WS
- 3, 8, 9 period- interior and exterior angles WS (
**transformation project due Thursday)** **Mrs Schumann:**- Literature:
- Language Arts:
- Math:
**Mrs. Chari**- Literature: Reread Aesop fable and vocabulary – dictionary meanings (Homework-read for 20 mins and journal).
- Math: Problem of the day – subtracting decimals. Lesson – review transformation vocabulary and work on reflections using manipulatives (Homework – Subtraction word problem).

**Wednesday**

- Literature (Mrs. Henry): Assessment, Point of View,
- Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik):
**Short Story assignment due.**Share short stoires. - Science (Mr. Walton): Students created diagrams of the nitrogen and carbon cycles
- Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
- Math (Mrs. Lukey):
- 1st period-
- 2nd period- section 3-6 practice from book (TBA)
- 3, 8, 9 period- Traingle ID practice
**transformation project due tomorrow!!** **Mrs Schumann:**- Literature:
- Language Arts:
- Math:
**Mrs. Chari**- Literature: Town Mouse Country Mouse – compare/comtrast (Homework – read for 20 mins and study vocabulary words).
- Math: Problem of the day – multiplication. Lesson – continue reflections graphs using manipulatives (Homework – multiplication word problem)

**Thursday**

- Literature (Mrs. Henry): View myth,plot
- Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): View video, complete graphic organizer.
- Science (Mr. Walton):
- Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
- Math (Mrs. Lukey):
- 1st period-
- 2nd period- 3-6 WS
- 3, 8, 9 period- Quadrilateral ID practice
**transformation project due TODAY** **Mrs Schumann:**- Literature:
- Language Arts:
- Math:
**Mrs. Chari**- Literature: Rewards reading program – decoding multisyllabic words (Homework- read for 20 mins. and study for quiz on Fri, 10/29).
- Math: Problem of the day – division. Lesson – Translation using manipulatives (Homework – money word problem).

**Friday**

- Literature (Mrs. Henry): view myth, plot
- Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): View video, complete graphic organizer.
- Science (Mr. Walton):
- Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
- Math (Mrs. Lukey):
- 1st period-
- 2nd period- chapter 2 review thus far in class (HW TBA)
- 3, 8, 9 period- no HW
**Mrs Schumann:**- Literature:
- Language Arts:
- Math:
**Mrs. Chari**- Literature: Rewards reading program – multisyllabic words (homework – read for 20 mins).
- Math: Problem of the day – pattern word problem. Lesson – translation using manipulatives (Homework – none).