|Teacher Scott Becker - Fifth Grade (Send e-mail)|
THE VOTES ARE IN AND IT WAS AN EXTREMELY CLOSE RACE!!!!!!!!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TO QUINN PARIS AS OUR NEW CLASS PRESIDENT AND THEO PANAGOS AS OUR NEW VICE PRESIDENT!
Thank you for visiting Mr. Becker's Class Webpage. Please refer to this webpage to check your homework assignments that are due, upcoming projects, online textbook access, and other important information relevant to our class!
EARTH DAY DONATION DRIVE
Please consider donating gently used and/or unwanted items on Saturday, April 21st from 9 to 2 PM at the Grand Prairie parking lot. Volunteers will be there to collect the items and load them into a truck. Your donation is tax deductible and you can get a tax receipt.
2018 ILLINOIS SCIENCE ASSESSMENT
Illinois administers a federally required science assessment to all students in fifth and eighth grades and after taking Biology I at the high school.
PARCC TESTING begins the week we return from Spring Break. Please make certain your child has headphones at school for testing. Our schedule:
Wednesday, April 4: 10:45-12:40 ELA 1
Thursday, April 5: 10:45-12:40 ELA 2
Friday, April 6: 10:45-12:40 ELA 3
Monday, April 9: 11:00-12:40 Math 1
Tuesday, April 10, 11:00-12:40 Math 2
Wednesday, April 11, 11:00-12:40 Math 3
Thursday, April 12, 11:00-12:40 Math 4
We are so excited to begin using Microsoft OneNote in our ELA classes! OneNote allows students to access and edit their ELA work from their online ELA binder. Today, your child will be bringing home their log in information on colored paper. Please keep this copy AT HOME for your use. You can also access this information on my teacher page found on the District website. If you have any additional questions, please let me know!
Zearn Class Code: AH8W9Y
Newsela Class Code ZGR3EK
To access OneNote from home:
Go to office.com
log in is 21first initial last name@ fsd157c,org
For example email@example.com
Password is your 500number(just like at school)
Invitation Reminder: We never want to have a child feel left out or have their feelings hurt by not receiving an invitation to a party. Even as adults, we know the emotional hurt from being excluded. This is why we highly discourage the passing out of invitations at school. The only exception is if you are inviting the whole class and the invitations are distributed by your child’s teacher. Invitations are never to be distributed by a student or parent. Thank you for your cooperation.
This week in classMonday
Math- Today students identified patterns with coordinate pairs. Please complete Module 6 Lesson 5 homework.
Word Study- Today students brainstormed words that had the root ben bene, and bon Your quiz will be Friday
Advanced ELA- Students read an article and answered questions. We also discussed and provided a rational to questions that were answered incorrectly. Students presented their novel projects. Students also participated in an activity with our one book one school. Please read up to chapter 32 in your novel and write 3 journal entries. Students also created a rubric for their novel project, which will be due Friday. Please read chapters in your novel.
Social Studies- Today students researched colonial artisans. We will continue with this activity tomorrow. Other-
Math- Today students began their last Module, Module 6 on coordinate graphing. Please complete all of the homework problems on Module 6 Lesson 1.
Word Study- Today students sorted their vocabulary words with the definitions. Please study your words, your quiz will be Friday.
Advanced ELA- Today students read The Daring Nellie Bly. Students learned the differences between first and second hand accounts. Students also discussed the novel reading and shared their journal entries. Please read up to Chapter 17 in your novel and record 3 entries in your journal with your reactions to the text.
Social Studies(Ritter) Please read about the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Math-Today students had a field trip.
Word Study- Today students were on a field trip.
Advanced ELA- Today students selected a topic to debate. You may start to gather your evidence for your arguments. You will continue to work on this tomorrow. No homework.
Social Studies(Ritter) Today students were on a field trip today.
Math- Today students continued to identify coordinate pairs and also finding the distance between them. Please complete all of the homework problems from Module 6 Lesson 3.
Word Study-Today students played 2 review games. Please study for your quiz, which will be tomorrow.
Advanced ELA- Today students read independently, discussed their journal entries, found text evidence to support their response, and worked on their novel projects. Tomorrow students will present these. Please read up to Chapter 28 and record 3 journal entries, you may always do more!!
Social Studies(Ritter) Today students graded their homework and read about Puritans that were expelled from the community and reasons why they left. No homework.
Math- Today students played the game battleship using coordinate pairs. No homework.
Word Study - Today students completed a quiz.
Advanced ELA- Today students discussed and critiqued a written response to a question, read independently, and rehearsed for their presentations. No Homework.
Social Studies. Today students read and discussed the Puritan Colony.
Colonial Market 11:45-12:15
Book Fair 11:50-12:10
Parent Visiting Day
Totem Pole Project /Structure Project Due
Wear Your Favorite Ugly Holiday Sweater
Wear Workout Clothes
Early Dismissal 2:15
Wear your favorite holiday colors
Book Fair 11:50-12:10
DARE GRADUATION 10:00
EAT AT POTBELLY -PROCEEDS GO TO 157C!!
Isle a la Cache Museum
Camp Manitoqua Field Trip
Wear Chelsea Spirit Wear
Downloads List2017 State of the District Information [1/24/2017]
5 Essential Facts [11/21/2016]
5 Essential Survey Instructions [11/21/2016]
Backwards Beast Creative Writing Project [8/26/2014]
Colonial Market Expectations [4/24/2018]
Counting By 7's Project Information and Expectations [10/20/2016]
Eureka Math Module Five Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Eureka Math Module Four Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Eureka Math Module One Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Eureka Math Module Six Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Eureka Math Module Three Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Eureka Math Module Two Parent Tips [9/7/2017]
Lesson 1 Ropeburn Vocabulary/Focus Skill [9/9/2013]
Lesson 2 "Line Drive" Vocabulary and Focus Skill [9/23/2013]
Microsoft Office Login Information [9/11/2017]
Microsoft OneNote Instructions [9/11/2017]
Mr. Becker's 2016-2017 Class Schedule [9/9/2016]
Totem Pole Project [10/19/2017]
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Root dict=speak [11/2/2015]
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots man,manu=hand [11/5/2013]
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots ped = foot [10/18/2013]
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots spec=see,look [9/17/2015]
Words Their Way Parent Letter [11/13/2013]
Words Their Way Research [11/13/2013]
Words Their Way Template [4/28/2014]
Cool LinksColonial Williamsburg
Eureka Math Homework Helper Product Key HWH10CG
Eureka Math Textbook/Workbook
Flipgrid Class code a0ffd4
frontrowed-Math Practice Class Code (code: 8ekphf)
Lincoln-Way STEM Event information
Math Finding Volume
PARCC Parent Helpful Information Link
Poster My Wall
Properties of a Kite
Reading/Spelling Online Textbook/Workbook
Science Activities and Experiments
Social Studies Online Textbook
Typing Instructor Link
Zearn Eurkea Math Practice