Technology Thinking Tuesday, May 7, 2013!
Make sure to put all your answers in your notebook!
I. Record Agenda! Do the Awesome Rating! Watch Inspire!
II. Choose a morning exercise! Then, grade yourself!
III. Complete the video lesson: Prefixes.
IV. Complete the prefixes problems beneath the video.
V. Complete Reading Passage: Pizza
VI. Complete Math Problem of the Day
VII. Complete Read, Write, and Watch!
VIII. Complete Analogies!
IX. Complete Language Skills
X. Complete Sentence of the Day!
XI. Complete Figurative Language Activity (click here)
XII. Complete Writing Dialogue Activity!
XIII. Complete F=MA Video Lesson
XIV. Complete 15 minutes of IXL at Grade Level Geometry!
XV. Work on Hero Project! (Click here)
XVI. Work on Play Ball Project (Click here)
XVII. Show notebook to Mr. B for payment!
Play Ball Project! (Click here to visit Project Page!)
Video Lessons of the Day:
Learn about PREFIXES!
It's like a remix.
It changes things,
Like what a word means.
You can find 'em at the front of a word.
Learn 'em, you need 'em,
To figure out words and their meanings. (x2)
Prefixes are an important part,
They tell you about a word, right from the start.
When you see non- or un-, that means not,
Like unintelligent or the word nonstop.
It's a few more for not, that I'll hit you with,
Il-, if you can't read, then you're illiterate.
Inactive? No. Not moving,
Impossible is something you cannot be doing.
Irrational - you should have thought a bit,
Dis- and de- mean opposite.
If you disagree, well hey, that's cool,
But your whole style gets devalued.
The prefix anti- means against,
You're antisocial if you don't have friends.
Here comes the intermission, everybody sing,
'Cause inter- means between and the hook's here, see?
Allow me to reintroduce this word,
'Cause re- means again, let's be sure you heard.
Even the word prefix has a prefix in it,
Pre- means before, man, I hope y'all remembering.
You may ask where they come from,
Most are Greek or Latin, there's a whole bunch of 'em,
Like macro- is large and micro- is small,
Mono- is one. Are you hearin me, y'all?
I could talk in a monotone on a telephone,
And tele- goes the distance just like a telescope.
If you kinda understand that's semi-,
You'll halfway get it till you commit it to memory.
Keep these in your mind's foreground,
'Cause fore- means front and you'll need 'em around.
This song is over and I don't mean ending,
It's overqualified, too much of a good thing
Figurative Language Activity Page! (Click here!)
Prefix is a word part that is added to the front of a base word to change the meaning of that word. More than one prefix may mean the same thing.
Examples: the prefixes dis-, non-, and un- mean "not," or "the opposite of."
(Record all your answers in your notebook!)
A. Add the correct prefix to the front of each base word to make a new word.
1. zip ______________________________
2. honest __________________________
3. fat ______________________________
4. agree ___________________________
5. ripe ______________________________
6. pleasant ________________________
7. stop ___________________________
8. respect __________________________
9. fair _____________________________
10. obey ____________________________
B. Use the words you made above to complete each sentence.
1. Haley knew it was _______________________ to copy her sister's homework.
2. Luke could not _______________________ his jacket.
3. Claire ate some _______________________ yogurt before going for a run.
4. Gloria did not tolerate _______________________ from anyone.
5. Phil worked _______________________ on his project.
6. Cameron and Mitchell _______________________ about everything.
7. Jay had an _______________________ time at the party.
8. Manny would never _______________________ his mother.
9. Lily ate the banana even though it was still _______________________.
10. Alex felt her teacher was being _______________________.
Happy Honest Ham and Charming Cheese on a Bun
Terrific Tuned Turkey & Cheese Sandwich
Awesome All-American Salad & Roll
Pondering Precious PB & J Round Sandwich
Writing Dialogue Lesson! Part 4
Watch the presentation! Then, write about a conversation that would take place before a big race (of any kind... You decided!!) You must include at least four different exchanges of conversation with at least two speakers!. This means you will at least have four paragraphs (Remember, to indent with each new speaker! Write your race dialogue in your notebook and submit it below!
Analogies of the Day
Learning Pages and Activities:
What is an analogy? Click here!
Analogy Practice (5 minutes!) Click here
Please put all answer in your notebook!
1. In is to Out as Up is to ____________________ .
2. Go is to Green as Red is to ____________________ .
3. Wheel is to Bike as Tire is to ____________________ .
4. Land is to Dirt as Ocean is to ____________________ .
5. Apple is to Tree as Flower is to ____________________ .
6. Toe is to Foot as Finger is to ____________________ .
7. Day is to Month as Minute is to ____________________ .
8. Purple is to Grapes as Red is to ____________________ .
9. Word is to Sentence as Page is to ____________________ .
10. Small is to Large as Little is to ____________________ .
11. Three is to Triangle as Four is to ____________________ .
12. Smell is to Nose as Sight is to ____________________ .
13. Top is to Bottom as Over is to ____________________ .
14. Punt is to Kick as Pass is to ____________________ .
Directions: Read the questions below. Choose the correct answer! Make sure to put your answers in your notebook!
1. Which of the following is a complete sentence?
a. Because night fell.
b. Jim ate the sandwich.
c. On a tree-lined path.
d. In our neck of the woods.
2. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?
a. In the dead of night. The van pulled up.
b. Chuck would not, give Jaime the seat.
c. Over coffee and toast, Kelly told me about her new job.
d. Lemonade.My favorite drink.
3. Which of the following sentences correctly uses a conjunction?
(Click here for conjunction lessons on the grammar / writing page!)
a. I cannot play in the game until I practice more.
b. I hid in the basement my brother was mad at me.
c. Victor erased the answering machine message Nora would not find out.
d. She scored a goal won the game.
4. Which of the underlined words or phrases in the following sentence could be deleted without changing the meaning?
Various different companies offer incentive plans to their employees.
5. Choose the best conjunction to combine this sentence pair.
We can ask directions. We can use a map.
SENTENCE OF THE DAY!
Write a interrogative sentence (Question??) that includes personification!
(WHAT IS PERSONIFICATION? CLICK HERE!)
Use one of your vocabulary words. (Write sentence in notebook and on the link on the morning survey page)
Vocabulary List: (Click here)
Math Problem of the Day!
Tony had 6 fifty dollar bills, 5 twenty dollar bills, 10 ten dollar bills, 10 five dollar bills, 10 one dollar bills, 12 quarters, 20 dimes, 8 nickels, and 2 pennies. He bought a a pair of fancy shoes for $30.10, an edible egg for $14.88, and a pony for $11.01. How much money did he have left after the transactions?
Read, Write, & Watch: The Power of Innovation!
Reading Passage of the Day!
Make sure to put all your answers in complete sentences in your notebook!
Many people like to eat pizza, but not everyone knows how to make it. Making the perfect pizza can be complicated, but there are lots of ways for you to make a more basic version at home.
When you make pizza, you must begin with the crust. The crust can be hard to make. If you want to make the crust yourself, you will have to make dough using flour, water, and yeast. You will have to knead the dough with your hands. If you do not have enough time to do this, you can use a prepared crust that you buy from the store.
After you have chosen your crust, you must then add the sauce. Making your own sauce from scratch can take a long time. You have to buy tomatoes, peel them, and then cook them with spices. If this sounds like too much work, you can also purchase jarred sauce from the store. Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home.
Now that you have your crust and your sauce, you need to add the cheese. Cheese comes from milk, which comes from cows. Do you have a cow in your backyard? Do you know how to milk the cow? Do you know how to turn that milk into cheese? If not, you might want to buy cheese from the grocery store instead of making it yourself.
When you have the crust, sauce, and cheese ready, you can add other toppings. Some people like to put meat on their pizza, while other people like to add vegetables. Some people even like to add pineapple! The best part of making a pizza at home is that you can customize it by adding your own favorite ingredients.
1) The author's main purpose in writing this passage is to
A. describe the history of pizza
B. teach a healthier way to make pizza
C. outline steps to make a basic pizza at home
D. provide tips about how to make your pizza especially delicious
2) As used in paragraph 1, which word means the opposite of complicated?
3) As used in paragraph 3, which is the best synonym for purchase?
4) In paragraph 3, the author writes, "Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home." The purpose of this statement is to
A. clarify a later statement
B. provide an example
C. clarify an earlier statement
D. support the previous paragraph
5) In paragraph 4, the author asks a series of questions in order to
A. support the idea that most people cannot make homemade cheese
B. reinforce the idea that most people probably live on farms
C. prove that store-bought cheese tastes better than homemade cheese
D. emphasize the superiority of homemade cheese over store bought cheese
6) As used in paragraph 5, which is the best definition for customize?
A. to make personal
B. to prepare for more than one
C. to eat while hot
D. to desire
7) According to the author, which of the following ingredients do you need to have ready before you can add the toppings?
A. I only
B. I and II only
C. II and III only
D. I, II, and III
8) Which of the following words best describes how the author feels about making a pizza from scratch?
9) Which of the following conclusions would work best at the end of this passage.
A. Although the crust, sauce, and toppings are all important ingredients in pizza, it is clear that the cheese is most important. Therefore, be sure your cheese is homemade.
B. It can be understood that making your pizza from scratch should be avoided at all costs. Use store bought ingredients and save yourself a heap of trouble.
C. As you can see, cooking a pizza can be fun, but it can also be very expensive. But, as you can see, the best things are worth paying for.
D. Once you have prepared the crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings, you are ready to bake your pizza. I think you
11) What main genre is the is the passage?
Music Video of the Day!
Make the ordinary... Extraordinary!
SUPER HERO PROJECT!