Welcome back! We have missed a lot of school from our weather. Mother nature is strong this year! Never the less, we will continue on with our plan of researching along with coding with Tynker. We have decided to start off our day as usual with our writing prompt, discussion, then move into our research, take a break from writing and work on Tynker for 30 minutes, then return to our research. We will continue with our reflections on Google Classroom and exiting the class with our exit ticket of the day.
Next Monday the class is going to have a game day for part of the class period as they earned all of their GENIUSES letters! Students may bring a snack to share and a drink for their earned game day.
Field trip coming soon! February 26th!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me anytime!
Please see our schedule below.
4th GRADE Grade Today:
Warm up and Discussion:
Explain your history project that you are researching about and why you chose this area of history. Why is this subject interesting to you? What do you want to know more about it?
What has been interesting about your research topic?
Writing is important, we will need this skill in HS and College.
Having a parent come in and understand the world of business using Junior Achievement.
FIELD TRIP ON 2/26:
8:10- 8:50– Warm up/Discussion/Exploratory Time
8:50-10:30 Start on research outline and writing.
EXIT Ticket: Why is researching important?
Work on research project.OUTLINE FIRST. INTRO, 3-5 PARAGRAPHS THAT WILL TALK ABOUT YOUR SUBJECT, CONCLUSION. INTRO & CONCLUSION SHOULD COLLABORATE. INTRO SHOULD DISCUSSION YOUR PROBLEM; CONCLUSION SHOULD TALK ABOUT HOW YOU SOLVED THE PROBLEM W
*RESEARCH PROJECT: Remember to document all of the sites and books that you visit on a Google Doc page.
Reflection on GC:
Reflect on what type of research you accomplished today. What is challenging? How can you get past your road block and push forward?
Links or Attachments to lesson:
GOOGLE CLASSROOM AND DOCS
Prep for Lesson:
POST ON Google Docs for students
Daily Blog news about the lesson:
(look for today's lesson on the blog which is emailed out to parents and posted on Class Dojo)
ClassDojo.com has photos for the day as well that only members may view.