|Teacher Scott Becker - Fifth Grade (Send e-mail)|
THE VOTES ARE IN AND IT WAS AN EXTREMELY CLOSE RACE!!!!!!!!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW CLASS PRESIDENT CHARLIE COSICH AND VICE PRESIDENT SARAH MELDEAU.
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Red Ribbon Week (2017)
Monday October 23rd through Friday October 27th
Chelsea Intermediate School
Monday: October 23rd: “Your Future is Key so Stay Drug Free”
Students will sign a red paper key during lunch today to make a pledge to stay drug free. The keys will be displayed at Chelsea for all to see!
Tuesday: October 24th : “From Head to Toe, I’m Healthy”
Crazy Hair and Sock Day- wear your craziest socks and make your hair look crazy!
Drug Facts: Red Ribbon Week is a week dedicated to educating children/teens about the dangers of drug use. Red Ribbon Week was started as a way to support our local police departments in their fight against drugs. A drug is defined as any substance that affects our mind and body.
Wednesday: October 25th : “Your Choices are the Key to Your Dreams”
Pajama Day- wear your favorite PJ’s.
Drug Facts: People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It is tough to be the only one who says "no" to peer pressure, but you can do it. Paying attention to your own feelings and beliefs about what is right and wrong can help you know the right thing to do.
Thursday October 26th : “Team Up and Be Healthy”
Sports Day- Wear your favorite team shirt or jersey.
Drug Facts: Children/Teenage bodies are still growing and alcohol has a greater impact on young people’s physical and mental well-being than on older people. Illegal drugs can damage the brain, heart, and other important organs
Friday October 27th : “Red Ribbon Day”
Red Day-Wear the color red.
Drug Facts: Drugs and alcohol can limit a person's ability to make good choices. People addicted to drugs or alcohol may say things that they don't really mean and do things that they normally wouldn't do.
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!
This week students in my class will participate in benchmark screenings provided by FastBridge Learning. FastBridge is District 157-C’s new screening instrument that will take the place of AIMSweb. Similarly to AIMSweb, this assessment will be provided in the fall, winter and spring to help teachers determine which students are likely to meet the end of the year learning goals and which students may require intervention. This computer based assessment measures performance in reading and math. The district will be providing training to all teachers on score interpretation. More information will be forthcoming to parents. I look forward to working with your child this school year.
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)
This week in classMonday
Math- Today students compared and evaluated expressions with parentheses. Please complete all of the homework problems in Module 4 Lesson 10.
Advanced ELA- Today students completed a math Fast Bridge test. Students also practiced a PARCC practice reading and discussed strategies to use when answering questions. Students also read poems and discussed why authors use rhyme, repetition, and rhythm in poetry. Please complete the rhythm page that we started in class.
Word Study-Today students began a new sort graph=to write . Please study your words, your quiz will be Friday.
Social Studies(Ritter Homeroom) Today students read an article on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and discussed his legacy. No homework.
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
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 [5/8/2017]
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
frontrowed-Math Practice Class Code (code: 8ekphf)
Lincoln-Way STEM Event information
Math Finding Volume
PARCC Parent Helpful Information Link
Poster My Wall
Reading/Spelling Online Textbook/Workbook
Science Activities and Experiments
Social Studies Online Textbook
Typing Instructor Link
Zearn Eurkea Math Practice