**SES 4th Grade E-Day, Friday, March 24, 2017**

E-Day instructions:

Students,

All of today's assignments are listed below. READ everything IN ORDER - do NOT skip around. You do not have to complete everything on E-Day, but do spend the listed amount of time for each section. Each section, as mentioned in class on Thursday, is set up like our daily schedule. Have fun learning, make wise choices, and enjoy your day. Happy E-learning!

Mrs. B McFry

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Students,

All of today's assignments are listed below. READ everything IN ORDER - do NOT skip around. You do not have to complete everything on E-Day, but do spend the listed amount of time for each section. Each section, as mentioned in class on Thursday, is set up like our daily schedule. Have fun learning, make wise choices, and enjoy your day. Happy E-learning!

Mrs. B McFry

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**7:30 - 8:00 – HOMEROOM – Breakfast & Character Ed. Lesson (30 minutes)**

After you eat breakfast, begin today's learning with the homeroom assignment:

Today’s Character Ed. word is

*.*

**courage**One online dictionary defines the word,

*, as follows:*

**courage**the ability to face fear or danger; bravery.

*It takes courage to stand up for what you believe in.*

Watch the video of

*below.***courage**When you are finished exploring the definition of

*using the definition of courage button above and have watched the***courage***video, complete the***courage***assignment below:***courage****8:00 - 8:50 – STRATEGIES – Math Facts & Reading Practice (50 minutes)**

* Complete 25 minutes of

**Math facts practice**(see the PRACTICE tab above for ideas how).

NOTE: If you are a Grand Ace, you may choose to spend this entire time reading.

* Complete 25 minutes of

**reading your AR books**.

NOTE: If you have already met your 4th nine week's AR goals, you may spend this entire

time practicing your Math facts. If you accidentally left your AR books at school,

you may read any books from home. If this is not possible, study your Math facts.

On what Math facts did you focus? _______________________________________________

What books did you read? _____________________________________________________

(Save your answers to these two questions for the quiz at the end of the day.)

**8:50 - 9:50 – 1st Period**

**(55 min with a 5 minute break)**

**Stride MATH**- KCC76969a

Click on the STRIDE link, enter the KCC code, choose your name, then begin working on Math.

**9:50 - 10:50 – 2nd Period**

**(55 min with a 5 minute break)**

**IXL LANGUAGE ARTS**

Click on the IXL link, enter your username and password, then complete

*activities from the following list of 4th grade READING topics. Choose the ones that you want to learn the most about. Be sure to read the explanations to any problems that you get wrong before moving on to the next problem. Answer all questions by yourself. Remember to try your best. You may ask for parent help with the explanations for any questions that you get wrong if you still do not understand the explanations after you have read them twice.*

**SOME****Context clues**

ZZ.1Find words using context

ZZ.2Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context

ZZ.3Use context to identify the meaning of a word

ZZ.4Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with picture

**Compare and contrast texts**

**HHH.1Compare information from two texts **

**Point of view**

OOO.1Identify the narrative point of view

OOO.2Distinguish characters' points of view

**Reasons and support**

FFF.1Choose reasons to support an opinion

FFF.2Identify supporting details in literary texts

FFF.3Identify supporting details in informational texts

**Figurative language**

QQQ.1Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1

QQQ.2Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 1

QQQ.3Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2

QQQ.4Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 2

QQQ.5Similes and metaphors with pictures

QQQ.6Determine the meanings of similes and metaphors

QQQ.7Identify similes and metaphors

QQQ.8Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source

QQQ.9Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone

**Text structure**

KKK.1Compare and contrast in informational texts

KKK.2Match problems with their solutions

KKK.3Match causes with their effects

KKK.4Determine the order of events in informational texts

KKK.5Identify text structures

**10:50 - 11:50 – 3rd Period**(55 min with 5 minutes for breaks)

**IXL MATH**

Click on the IXL link, enter your username and password, then complete

*activities from the following list of 4th grade MATH topics. Choose the ones that you want to learn the most about. Use scratch paper to work out your problems. Be sure to read the explanations to any of the problems that you get wrong before moving on to the next problem. Work all problems by yourself. Remember to try your best. You may ask for parent help with the explanations for any problems that you get wrong if you still do not understand the explanations after you have read them twice.*

**SOME****Subtraction**

**C.1**Subtract numbers up to millions

**Multiplication**

**D.15**Box multiplication

**D.23**Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number: word problems

**D.27**Multiply three or more numbers: word problems

**Division**

**E.2**Division facts to 12: word problems

**E.5**Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: word problems

**E.9**Divide larger numbers by 1-digit numbers: word problem

**Mixed operations**

**F.1**Add, subtract, multiply, and divide

**F.2**Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division word problems

**F.6**Multi-step word problems

**Data and graphs**

**J.1**Read a table

**J.2**Interpret line graphs

**Add and subtract fractions with like denominators**

**Q.5**Add fractions with like denominators

**Q.7**Subtract fractions with like denominators

**Q.11**Add and subtract fractions with like denominators: word problems

**Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators**

**R.1**Add fractions with unlike denominators using models

**R.2**Add fractions with unlike denominators

**Multiply fractions**

**S.1**Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using number lines

**S.3**Multiples of fractions

**Add and subtract decimals**

**U.1**Add decimal numbers

**U.2**Subtract decimal numbers

**U.3**Add and subtract decimals: word problems

**Triangles and quadrilaterals**

**X.3**Classify triangles

**X.4**Classify quadrilaterals

**Geometric measurement**

**BB.9**Area and perimeter: word problems

11:50 - 12:40 – Lunch and Restroom Break (50 minutes)

What did you eat for lunch?

_______________________________________________________________________

(Save your answers to this question for the quiz at the end of the day.)

What did you eat for lunch?

_______________________________________________________________________

(Save your answers to this question for the quiz at the end of the day.)

**12:40 - 1:40 – 4th Period**(55 min with 5 minutes for breaks)

**Stride READING**- KCC76969a

Click on the STRIDE link, enter the KCC code, choose your name, then begin working on Reading.

**1:40 - 1:50 – Leadership Time**(10 minutes)

How was your behavior today? Did you receive any marks? If so, what ones?

_______________________________________________________________________

(Save your answers to these three questions for the quiz at the end of the day.)

**1:50 - 2:45 – P.E. – Play Time**(55 minutes)

Describe what you did for P.E. Did you play with anyone? If so, who? What was it that you played?

_______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

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(Save your answers to these four questions for the quiz at the end of the day.)

**2:45 - 3:00 - Prepare for Dismissal**(15 minutes)

When your work for the day is done, take the E-Day Quiz below.

Bonus –

Choose any of the following to complete as bonuses or as extra practice as needed:

Choose any of the following to complete as bonuses or as extra practice as needed:

- Complete more IXL Math and Language Arts Sections than class time allowed.

- Complete more STRIDE Math and Language Arts Sections than class time allowed.

- Write about how you spent your entire Spring Break. Use details in your writing to describe the events from each day of the break. Use words that help the reader visualize your week. (Type this bonus in the bonus form below.)

- Practice your multiplication and division Math facts for longer than the assigned time. Take a timed quiz when you are done (see attached copies) to check your progress.

- Explore your world. Check out your home, neighborhood, or travel location from a SCIENTIST’s, MATHEMATICIAN’s, READER’s, or HISTORIAN’s point of view. Write a story about your discoveries. (Type this bonus in the bonus form below.)

- Visit somewhere that has a device and free wi-fi. Check out our online E-Day assignments at mcfrymath.weebly.com

SES Fourth Grade E-Day

Join us here on Friday, March 24, 2017 at 7:30 AM for the launch of our exciting E-Day assignment.

The Assignment will publish to this page at that time and will remain active until Monday, April 3 at 7:30 AM.

**SES Fourth Grade E-Day - Friday, March 24, 2017**

Please complete and return Monday's E-Day Parent Questionnaire. More information about Friday's E-Day will be posted soon.

Students, welcome to E Day! Today is a day for you to learn from the Web while at home. On Thursday, November 17 you each received a paper copy of your E Day agenda. The same agenda is attached below in case you misplace yours.

During your E Day, you have several assignments to complete for your at-home learning. In addition to completing STRIDE and IXL Math sessions, your Math focus for the day is from the four areas that we are working on mastering this nine weeks:

1. addition using the standard algorithm

2. multiplying 1-digit by 2-4 digit numbers

3. area

4. perimeter

You have been given a paper copy of the SES Fourth Grade E Day MATH Learning Assessment. Show all of your work for each problem on your paper. When you are done, take the online assessment by filling out the following copy of the assessment to see how well you have done. Use a parent's email address for this assessment. If you do not like your score, you may re-work your problems and take the online assessment again. Be sure to turn in your paper copy of all of your work when you return to school on the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday. Happy E Day!

**SES Fourth Grade E Day - November 18, 2016**Students, welcome to E Day! Today is a day for you to learn from the Web while at home. On Thursday, November 17 you each received a paper copy of your E Day agenda. The same agenda is attached below in case you misplace yours.

During your E Day, you have several assignments to complete for your at-home learning. In addition to completing STRIDE and IXL Math sessions, your Math focus for the day is from the four areas that we are working on mastering this nine weeks:

1. addition using the standard algorithm

2. multiplying 1-digit by 2-4 digit numbers

3. area

4. perimeter

You have been given a paper copy of the SES Fourth Grade E Day MATH Learning Assessment. Show all of your work for each problem on your paper. When you are done, take the online assessment by filling out the following copy of the assessment to see how well you have done. Use a parent's email address for this assessment. If you do not like your score, you may re-work your problems and take the online assessment again. Be sure to turn in your paper copy of all of your work when you return to school on the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday. Happy E Day!