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Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have regarding our online learning experience. I can support you with anything from how to send work to your classroom teacher to logging in to the many different websites we’ll be using.
Lesson 8: Writing/Main Idea and Details
Lesson 7: Writing/Poetry
This is a video screencast explaining everything for this lesson! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TwEvWp2fVswxGHVJoN9c5xzPE3h8AwWt/view
Poetry: Elements of Poems, Lesson 7, April 28, 2020
Using Discovery Education, students learn that a poem can contain a character, setting, and plot and is one way to tell a story. They listen to “Ollie the Octopus,” and identify the main character, details, setting, and rhyming words given in the poem. Using Shel Silverstein’s poems, students learn to enjoy listening to poems by a famous author. Using i-Ready students learn to read and understand poems.
Click the following link to view the directions for this weeks’ activities and lesson details.
Any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/phone 516-308-1362, or message me directly in ClassDojo.
Lesson 5: Coding and FlipGrid
Visit FlipGrid.org by clicking the FlipGrid link below. Sign in with your Student ID (First name and Capital Initial for last name) Then follow the directions in the FlipGrid Topic for this fun coding activity. You will be listening, reading, writing code, and finally creating a video discussion pertaining to your code creation. CLICK HERE TO GO DIRECTLY TO THE FLIPGRID TOPIC.
Lesson 4: Writing: Pangrams
Writing Poetry, April 9, 2020
Today’s writing will take place using FlipGrid! The following link contains all you need for doing this FlipGrid activity. Click this for a PDF File with directions for doing this FlipGrid activity.
All the directions are located in my FlipGrid Topic at the following link, https://flipgrid.com/c507fea1
Students will log in using the Student ID, which I already created for each of them. It’s their first name, and the initial for their last name. Example: Myra Smith is MyraS. Capitals for the initials.
Family members have been asked to join in and help our students create this activity together. Remember, all the directions are inside when you log into FlipGrid!! Use the above link to get to the activity.
Anyone still hasn’t used FlipGrid? I attached the directions above. The directions for the ELA activity will be found after the students log into FlipGrid. I posted a Topic. That’s what FlipGrid calls their activities.
This is a fun, language rich activity that the entire family can take part in. Please help our little scholars get the most out of ELA and technology using FlipGrid!
Lesson 3: Writing Poetry: Similes
Lesson 3 will focus on identifying similes in poetry while analyzing a poem. First, watch the video which explains the lesson. Next, either answer the questions on loose leaf and submit through email or use the Microsoft Form to submit your answers digitally.
Lesson 3- Video Explaining the Lesson and What To Do.
Lesson 3- Hard Copy (to be submitted on loose leaf by email or text) Available here.
Lesson 2A: Writing Poetry-Rhyme Scheme
Lesson 2A will focus on creating a rhyme scheme (ABABCDCD) poem. First, read through this which explains the lesson. Next, watch a BrainPop video on Poetry. Pay attention to the part about rhyme. Finally, create your rhyme scheme poem on loose leaf and submit through email or use the Microsoft Form to submit your poem digitally. The following link is a document with everything that you need written on it. Click here to view the entire lesson.
Lesson 2: Poetry-Rhyme Scheme
Lesson 2 will focus on identifying rhyme schemes (ABABCDCD) in poetry while analyzing a poem. First, watch the video which explains the lesson. Next, either answer the questions on loose leaf and submit through email or use the Microsoft Form to submit your answers digitally. Homework is #7. You will not be doing anything for homework extra except answering #7.
Lesson 2- Video Explaining the Lesson and What To Do.
Lesson 2- Microsoft Form Digital version of Snow Dust by Robert Frost-
Lesson 2- Snow Dust by Robert Frost- Hard Copy (to be submitted on loose leaf by email or text) Available here.
Lesson 1: Part 2 Poetry
View a video of what to do for Lesson 1: Part 2 by clicking this link. Class 501 and Class 502 Poetry Lesson 1: Part 2- Click here for the Online Form
Lesson 1: Part 2 will assess your understanding of the two poems that you have had two days to read and reread. You will be completing another online form. If you need a document with all the questions so you can hand-write the answers and send me a picture of your work, that document is also attached below. Everything you’ll need will be posted here on my webpage and ClassDojo. You can always communicate to me through your classes with Ms. Ruland and Ms. Greenberg in Dojo. If you’d like to email me directly at my school address it’s email@example.com or call me at 516-308-1362.
This link will get you access to the two poems we have been using for Lesson 1. Click this link for Lesson 1 Poems. This link is a copy of all the questions you need to answer for Lesson1:Part 2. You can use the online form link above to complete a digital copy if you prefer. Click here for a copy of the questions.
Lesson 1 Poetry with Ms. Doherty
Class 501 and Class 502 Poetry Lesson 1- Click here for the Online Form
Lesson 1 will assess your understanding of what will be expected during the online poetry classwork. I will be gathering information from this form to learn about how you will be keeping track of your work as well as your prior knowledge of poetry. Everything you’ll need will be posted on my webpage and you can always communicate to me through your classes with Ms. Ruland and Ms. Greenberg in Dojo. My webpage is located at https://ps38rosedale.com/grade-pages/ms-doherty/. If you’d like to email me directly at my school address it’s firstname.lastname@example.org
This link will get you access to the two poems we will be using for Lesson 1. Click this link for Lesson 1 Poems.
Extra Fun Activities for Remote Learning
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