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th 5 Grade News Miss Meagan’s Email: meagan. williams@emanuel. k 12. ga. us Miss th 5 Grade News Miss Meagan’s Email: meagan. [email protected] k 12. ga. us Miss Brandi’s Email brandi. [email protected] k 12. ga. us The Week of January 22 – 26, 2018 Vocabulary: Upcoming Events: Every Friday $1. 00 Hat Day – The proceeds will go to a SES student battling Leukemia. Jan. 23 rd PTO and Math & Science Night at 6: 00 p. m. Feb. 7 th Progress Reports Feb. 8 th Class Pictures Relay for Life Bake Sale Feb. 9 th Relay for Life Pajama Day Feb. 12 th – 16 th Winter Break (No School) Feb. 22 nd Black History Program • Year Books are on sale for $35. 00 • Students may buy snacks for $. 75 each. Our Learning: Reading: We will be reviewing the following literary and informational standards: determining theme of a text, drawing inferences, quoting a text accurately, and determining the main idea. Unit Test will be January 31 st. Language Arts: We will be reviewing the different types of figurative language, using commas in a series, context clues, and the different parts of speech. Students will be taking their DLR quiz on Friday. Math: Students will be reviewing adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers. Unit 4 Test will be Thursday, January 25 th. Science: Students will continue learning about chemical and physical change. DSR Quiz on Friday. • quote – to repeat the exact words written in a text or said by another person • context clues – hints found within a sentence that help define a unknown word or phrase • inference – a conclusion created using evidence and reasoning • theme – n. the underlying meaning or message of a literary work or story • conclusion – the final paragraph in an essay; the ending or Reminders outcome • main idea – the author’s central thought; the chief topic of a text expressed or implied in a word or phrase; the topic sentence of a paragraph • simile – a figure of speech comparing two unlike objects, ideas, thoughts or feelings that is often introduced by “like” or “as” • metaphor – a figure of speech comparing two unlike objects, ideas, thoughts or feelings without the use of “like” or “as” • supporting details – information that helps to prove or describe the main idea • items in a series – a list of three or more items that are separated by a comma Spelling: challenge, agent, journal, legend, ridge, plunge, luggage, lodge, margin, jumble, surge, jigsaw, Social Studies: Students will be reviewing Cattle knowledge, ranger, dodge, Trails and will be learning about inventors at the baggage, jolt, budge, damage, Turn of the Century. judgment