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Monday, February 13

http://www.phsuccessnet.comWriting and Grammar pg. 410-413, and 316

Warm Up:
What is a direct object?

Activity 1:
Students will see the words complement and complete written on the board. Both words come from the same Latin word and their meanings are related. A complement makes something complete. Students will be directed to page 316 in Writing and Grammar. Students are to refresh their memory of a transitive verb. A transitive verb is an action verb that directs action from the performer of the action toward the receiver of the action. In the lesson for today, students will learn to identify the “receiver of the action,” as well as other complements.

Activity 2:
Students will review complements and direct objects on pages 410 and 411 in Writing and Grammar. Using an integrative “Smart” board, students will complete the exercises on pg. 412-413 in Writing and Grammar.

Activity 3:
In their table groups students will complete pg. 55, 57, and 59 in Writing and Grammar Workbook. Students will have a quiz on direct objects on Tuesday.

Homework:
Read for 30 minutes and record the following on their reading on your reading log: Reading logs will be checked this Thursday, February 16 for days Monday, February 13 – Wednesday, February 15.
Genre (fiction or nonfiction)
Date
Title
Reading level
Actual pages read (example 21-47)
Minutes read
One-sentence summary

Tonight’s Night Write for 15 minutes will be to prepare for their Oral Presentation.


Writing and Grammar pg. 410-413, and 316

Warm Up:
What is a direct object?

Activity 1:
Students will see the words complement and complete written on the board. Both words come from the same Latin word and their meanings are related. A complement makes something complete. Students will be directed to page 316 in Writing and Grammar. Students are to refresh their memory of a transitive verb. A transitive verb is an action verb that directs action from the performer of the action toward the receiver of the action. In the lesson for today, students will learn to identify the “receiver of the action,” as well as other complements.

Activity 2:
Students will review complements and direct objects on pages 410 and 411 in Writing and Grammar. Using an integrative “Smart” board, students will complete the exercises on pg. 412-413 in Writing and Grammar.

Activity 3:
In their table groups students will complete pg. 55, 57, and 59 in Writing and Grammar Workbook. Students will have a quiz on direct objects on Tuesday.

Homework:
Read for 30 minutes and record the following on their reading on your reading log: Reading logs will be checked this Thursday, February 16 for days Monday, February 13 – Wednesday, February 15.
Genre (fiction or nonfiction)
Date
Title
Reading level
Actual pages read (example 21-47)
Minutes read
One-sentence summary

Tonight’s Night Write for 15 minutes will be to prepare for their Oral Presentation.

Writing and Grammar pg. 410-413, and 316

Warm Up:
What is a direct object?

Activity 1:
Students will see the words complement and complete written on the board. Both words come from the same Latin word and their meanings are related. A complement makes something complete. Students will be directed to page 316 in Writing and Grammar. Students are to refresh their memory of a transitive verb. A transitive verb is an action verb that directs action from the performer of the action toward the receiver of the action. In the lesson for today, students will learn to identify the “receiver of the action,” as well as other complements.

Activity 2:
Students will review complements and direct objects on pages 410 and 411 in Writing and Grammar. Using an integrative “Smart” board, students will complete the exercises on pg. 412-413 in Writing and Grammar.

Activity 3:
In their table groups students will complete pg. 55, 57, and 59 in Writing and Grammar Workbook. Students will have a quiz on direct objects on Tuesday.

Homework:
Read for 30 minutes and record the following on their reading on your reading log: Reading logs will be checked this Thursday, February 16 for days Monday, February 13 – Wednesday, February 15.
Genre (fiction or nonfiction)
Date
Title
Reading level
Actual pages read (example 21-47)
Minutes read
One-sentence summary

Tonight’s Night Write for 15 minutes will be to prepare for their Oral Presentation.

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