302, Ms. Lundquist

Math Multiplication Project Due 10/15

Please look for the Math Multiplication Packet in your homework folder.  Project is due Tuesday, October 15!

Reading Response – The Case of the Gasping Garbage: DUE Tuesday 10/15

Text:  Chapter 2 The Case of The Gasping Garbage

 

Goal: I can understand and explain character’s motivations and actions in stories. (R.3.3)

 

Task Directions: Discuss and answer the question below.  Answer the question using the “RADD” strategy. Don’t forget to state your opinion and back it up with at least TWO pieces of text evidence!

 

Do you agree that Drake and Nell are great partners to solve the mystery about the garbage can?

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Reading Response – The Case of the Gasping Garbage: DUE Monday 10/7/19

Reading Response HW for 10/3                                                 DUE: 10/7/19

Text:  Chapter 1 The Case of The Gasping Garbage

 

Goal: I can understand and explain character’s actions in stories. (R.3.3)

 

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NO VOCABULARY HOMEWORK THIS WEEK!

Due to the short week this week, there will not be vocabulary homework.

Field Trip October 23 to the King Manor Museum!

Please sign and return the permission slip for this field trip by next Wednesday, October 2. The cost of the trip is $8.00.

TOPIC 1 MATH TEST THIS FRIDAY 9/27

Please review the Chapter Review packet that went home today 9/24!

Reading Response/Short Response Rubric

English Language Arts Rubric for Scoring

 

2- Point Rubric- Short Response

 

Score Response Features
 

 

 

 

 

2 Point

 I…

·      Restated the question and answered it correctly in my own words.

·      Made accurate inferences and/or claims from the text.

·      Supported my answer with correct evidence (examples) from the text.

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RADD: Strategy for Answering Short Response Reading Questions

Answering Short Response Reading Questions

 

R Restate the question.  Use words from the question except for the “W” words.
A Answer all parts of the question.  Use words from your head to make an inference.
D Detail 1 – Tell where you found details or examples in the text.
D Detail 2 – Tell where you found details or examples in the text.

RADD Example

On page 1, it says “Evan is in trouble.”  Do you think Evan really is in trouble?  Why or why not.

RADD

 

R: On page 1, it says “Evan is in trouble” because he is competing with his sister Jessie.

 

A: In my opinion, I think Evan is in trouble because he may lose the bet of who can earn $100 selling lemonade first.

 

D: In the text, it says “so, far, he’d earned… Continue reading

Reading Response HW 9/24 Due 9/26

Task Directions:  Read and answer the debate question below by using the “RADD” strategy.  Don’t forget to state your opinion and support your opinion with reasons and examples from the text.

Q: What do you think about Officer Ken’s decision to shut down Evan’s lemonade stand but not to shut down Jessie’s? Is that fair? Use details from the text to support your answer.

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