Distance Learning

  • Welcome to Distance Learning!

    As we start distance learning, please be paitent with the process.  Email me if you have any questions or concerns. The plan for our class during our distance learning time will be for students to spend about 2.5 hours per day on school work. About 1.5 hours will be spent on language arts activities, and about 1 hour will be spent on math. There is room for flexibility in this plan, so don't feel like it has to look exactly the same way every single day.

     

    5th Grade Schedule Week of April 13th – April 17th

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Must Do

    Math: Complete Lesson 10.4 on Think Central

    Think Central

     

    Click on the link below to watch the lesson:

    Youtube video

     

    Math: Complete Ch. 10 mid-chapter test on Think Central

     

    *You must complete lessons 10.1-10.4 before you take this test

     

    Think Central

    Math: Complete Lesson 10.5 on Think Central

    Think Central

     

    Click on the link below to watch the lesson:

    Youtube 10.5

    Math: Complete Lesson 10.6 on Think Central

    Think Central

     

    Click on the link below to watch the lesson:

    Youtube 10.6

    Math: Complete Lesson 10.7 on Think Central

    Think Central

     

    Click on the link below to watch the lesson:

    YouTube lesson 10.7

    Read Works

    Read assigned article on Readworks. Write a summary for this article and then e-mail it to me at: jbethke@murrieta.k12.ca.us

     

    Read Works

    Study the vocabulary word drone, complete the questions for the vocabulary word drone

    Read Works

    Study the vocabulary word generation, complete the questions for the vocabulary word generation

    Read Works

    Study the vocabulary word order, complete the questions for the vocabulary word order

    Read Works

    Re-Read the Readworks article and complete the comprehension questions.

    Scholastic News-

    Class Code: bethke05

    March 16 issue

    Read the article “5 Big Questions about Coronavirus” in the Scholastic Magazine.

    Click on Quiz link below and complete the quiz.

     

    Quiz Link: 5 Big Questions About Coronavirus Quiz

     

    Scholastic News

    Class Code: bethke05

    March 16 issue

    Read the article “She Grew up to Fight for Human Rights” in the Scholastic Magazine. Click on Quiz link below and complete the quiz.

     

    Quiz Link: She Grew Up To Fight For Human Rights

     

    Scholastic News

    Class Code: bethke05

    March 16 issue

    Read the article “Who Chewed this Gum” in the Scholastic Magazine. Click on Quiz link below and complete the quiz.

     

    Quiz Link: Who Chewed This Gum?

     

    Scholastic News

    Class Code: bethke05

    March 16 issue

    Read the article “Rainbow Squirrel and Driverless Cars” in the Scholastic Magazine Click on Quiz link below and complete the quiz.

     

    Quiz Link: Rainbow Squirrel and Driverless Cars Quiz

     

     

    Complete 15 Minutes of iReady Math

    i-Ready

    Complete 15 Minutes of iReady Language Arts

    i-Ready

    Complete 15 Minutes of iReady Math

    i-Ready

    Complete 15 Minutes of iReady Language Arts

    i-Ready

    Complete 15 Minutes of iReady Language Arts and 15 minutes of Math iReady

    i-Ready

    Flip Grid Post

    Flip Grid Post

    Flip Grid Post

    Flip Grid Post

    Flip Grid Post

     

    May Do List

    Virtual Field Trips and Art Lessons                           Mystery Science                              

    Moby Max                                                                       Khan Academy

     

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    Lessons for April 6-10, 2020

    Morning Message:

    Before you get started on your work this morning, check out my Flipgrid message to you.  I'd love for you to respond to my question.  Go to www.flipgrid.com/bethke05.  Your username is your 9 digit student ID.  You should log into flipgrid every morning to respond to your new morning message. I am super excited to see your faces and hear your answers!

    Language Arts (90 minutes per day)

    Your Language Arts assignments for the week are:

         * Complete the Scholastic Reading Inventory test which you can access through "Student Links"-  this              will give you your current lexile level. https://idp-awsprod1.education.scholastic.com/idp/

         * Read for at least 30 minutes a day

         * Complete the assigned activity on readworks.org

     

    How to get students to their assignments on readworks.org:

    1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student

    2. Students enter class code RJMQJM

    3. Their default password is 1234

    Note: Students can change their passwords when they log in.

    When you log in to Readworks.org, you will see your assigned article for the week. Here are the activities for you to complete 

    Day 1- Read assigned article on Readworks. Write a summary for this article. Directions below.

    Day 2- Study the vocabulary word cavern, complete the questions for the vocabulary word cavern

    Day 3- Study the vocabulary word deposit, complete the questions for the vocabulary word deposit

    Day 4- Study the vocabulary word formation, complete the questions for the vocabulary word formation

    Day 5- Re-Read the article and complete the comprehension questions

    Summary Directions:
    After you have read this week's article on Readworks.org, type a summary in your Office 365 email account and send it to my email jbethke@murrieta.k12.ca.us about what the article is mostly about. Your introduction should include a statement about what the article is mostly about. Then you will give at least three supporting details from the article that support your main idea. You can also include details that you found interesting. 
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    Math (60 minutes per day)

    Your Math assignments for this week are:

    *Day 1 Lesson 9.7 

    *Day 2 Chapter 9 test 

    *Day 3 Lesson 10.1

    *Day 4 Lesson 10.2 

    *Day 5 Lesson 10.3 

    View the lesson by logging into Think Centralhttps://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/

    Think Central sign in with your 9 digit number, and password MvMMDD!

         *Under "My Library", find the "Interactive Student Edition."

         *Select Chapter 9 or 10 and then the lesson that you are on.

         *Watch the lesson before you click on "My Assignments" to complete the assignment.

         *The lessons links are also in the box to the right if you just want to click on that link.

         *You will still need to log in to Think Central to complete the assignment. 

    *After you watch the Interactive Lesson, you will get to practice a couple problems on Personal Math Trainer. This is NOT your assignment, these are just practice problems. You will need to click on "My assignments" to get into your actual assignment. 

    Extra support:

         *You have a hard copy of the books for chapters 9 and 11 at home with you.  

         *You can also use the "Reteach Pages" available to you on Think Central under My Library

         *For an extra challenge, the "Enrichment Pages" are available to you on Think Central under My Library

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    IREADY

    Please spend about 10 minutes on iReady reading and iReady math per day.  By the end of the week, you should have completed at least 45 minutes on each subject. Know that you are aiming for 100% on the lessons. Please do not rush through them. We want you to be doing your best. https://login.i-ready.com/
     
    READ 180/System 44 Students
    You need to spend a minimum of 20 minutes per day on your program. Please make sure you are working to the best of your ability. 

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    Optional Lessons:
     
    Science

    Eggstra Fun Ideas for Science (Not a required assignment)

    1. Create a egg drop protection device. http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/projects/eggdrop.html Share a short video of your egg drop on Flip Grid. 

    2. The disappearing  shell.  Measure  the circumference of an egg and record the measurement. Next place the egg on a glass container full of vinegar, mark the level of the level of the vinegar with a piece of tape or marker. Observe the egg for 3-4 days. After 3-4 days notice the level of the vinegar, and measure the egg. Discuss with your family the things you observed. Finally you can then place the egg into a clean cup and cover the egg with corn syrup. Observe the egg for a few more days, measure again. At the conclusion of your experiment you can check out these links to learn more. https://sciencing.com/eggs-shell-dissolve-put-vinegar-10000674.html 

    Virtual Field Trip and Art Lessons:
Last Modified on April 12, 2020