This morning, we watched a video about what makes bridges strong. The students worked on a STEM project in groups. Who can make the strongest bridge? We will continue the project on Wednesday.
Reminder: The last partial test is tomorrow.
4th Grade Class 4/12
This morning, we played a review game to prepare for exam 7, which is on Tuesday, April 23rd. Please see previous posts to access the review if you have not already done so.
4th Grade Class 4/10/19
This morning, the students used class time to complete the Chapter 5 handout for points. There were permitted to use their notebooks and textbooks. This is the last assessment grade, and I will be collecting it tomorrow. I will not accept late handouts.
This morning, we read pages 238 and 239 about fires and floods. We discussed the quick check questions and took notes. Then, we continued with our video on the world's worst disasters.
4th Grade Class 4/5/19
This morning, we talked about what an expository text is. Then, we read the expository text on page 234. We practiced identifying the main idea and key details. Then, we watched a video to introduce our new lesson.
This morning, we reviewed erosion. Then, we read and discussed pages 230-232. We talked about how glaciers and people change land. We answered the quick check questions and took notes. The Exam 7 review answers were posted on my page last night. Students should check their work with that document.
This morning, we began class reviewing the content from yesterday. Then, we watched two videos on volcanoes and read page 220. We discussed the quick check questions and also completed the lesson review verbally as a class.
This morning, we began class by finishing yesterday's notes on earthquakes. Then, we read pages 218 and 219 about how scientists measure earthquakes. We discussed the quick check questions together.
4th Grade Class 3/27/19
This morning, we reviewed the faults and folds from yesterday. Then, we finished those notes. We began the section on earthquakes with a video. Then, we read pages 216-217 and will complete the remainder of the notes tomorrow.
3rd Grade Class 3/27/19
This morning, we finished workbook page 98 and then students used the remaining class time to complete a chapter 5 handout.
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