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    Name: Ms. Brianna Anderson

    Email Address:  andersbr@orange.k12.nj.us


    Phone number: (973) 677-4100

     

    Extended Learning Resources

    I-Ready

    I-Read

    Pearson Realize

    Dear Children of the Earth

     Class Dojo 

     Brainpop

    Story Line Online

     

    Welcome/Introduction

     

     

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Welcome to the Extended Learning Resource Page.  This page was created to provide students working from home with access to assignments, links, assessments, and practice resources.  Schools will be closed from Tuesday, March 17 – Friday, March 27.  Additional information and daily updates can be found on the district’s COVID-19 Resource Page found at https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/domain/3058.

     

    Office Hours

     

    I will be available daily to answer any questions you may have.  My virtual Office Hours are as follows:

    AM, Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 11:00AM

    PM, Monday – Friday: 1:00PM – 3:00PM

     

    Contact Information

     

    Should you have any questions about assignments, you can contact me through the following channels:

    Email:  andersbr@orange.k12.nj.us

     

    Class Dojo

     

    Assignments

     

     

     

     

     

    ELA 3/17/20: The book we are currently reading is "Dear Children of the Earth." Please use the following link to access the read aloud and answer the following question.

    Dear Children of the Earth


    What is happening that is making the animals worried? Please use text evidence in your response. Please have your child respond on the piece of paper provided (the question is listed at the top) and take a picture and upload it.

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/17/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 10

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 10 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/17/20:

    Have students complete pages 102-103 in the text book pages that were sent home. The materials are also online using Pearson Realize.

     

    Science 3/17/20: 

    Have students watch the following video on sound: Sid The Science Kid 

    Write on lined paper the answer to the following question: What different sounds do you hear around your home?

     

    ELA  3/18/20: The book we are currently reading is "Dear Children of the Earth." Please use the following link to access the read aloud and answer the following question.

    Dear Children of the Earth


    Who is telling the story and how do you know? Please use text evidence in your response. Please have your child respond on the piece of lined paper provided  and take a picture and upload it.

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/18/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 11

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 11 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/18/20:

    Have students read pages 104-105 in the text book pages that were sent home and answer the following questions: Ask and answer a question about Veteran’s Day. These lessons and workbook pages were also assigned on Pearson Realize.

     

    Science 3/18/20: 

    Have students watch the following video on sound: Sid The Science Kid 

    Write on lined paper the answer to the following question: What different sounds do you hear outside?

     

    ELA 3/19/20: Review "Dear Children of the Earth." Please use the following link to access the read aloud and answer the following question.

    Dear Children of the Earth


    Why is the Earth writing this letter? Please use text evidence in your response. Please have your child respond on the piece of paper provided  and take a picture and upload it.

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/19/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 12

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 12 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/19/20:

    Have students take the Chapter 3 Assessment that was included in the packet sent home. 

    Science 3/19/20: 

    Have students review the following video on sound: Sid The Science Kid 

    Write on lined paper the answer to the following question: Compare the sounds you hear inside vs. outside. How are they the same? How are they different?

    ELA 3/20/20: Review "Dear Children of the Earth." Please use the following link to access the read aloud and answer the following question.

    Dear Children of the Earth


    What do you need to do so the Earth will always be your home? Please use text evidence in your response. Please have your child respond on the piece of paper provided and take a picture and upload it.

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/20/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 13

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 13 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/20/20:

    On a separate piece of paper answer the following question: How do you celebrate being an American?

    Science 3/20/20: 

    Have students review the following video on sound: Sid The Science Kid 

    Write on lined paper the answer to the following question: What was your favorite sound and why?

    ELA 3/23/20: Review "Dear Children of the Earth." Please use the following link to access the read aloud and answer the following question.

    Dear Children of the Earth


    What will happen if we don't love and care for our Earth? Please use text evidence in your response. Please have your child respond on the piece of paper provided and take a picture and upload it.

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/23/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 14

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 14 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/23/20:

    Have students review pages 110-111 and write a sentence using each of these vocabulary words: present, past, future.

    ELA 3/24/20: The culminating task for "Dear Children of the Earth" will be writing a letter. Please have your child watch the following video on Brain Pop and have them take the quiz after: If you can't access the link, they can log on to Brain Pop directly through clever.

    Sending A Letter

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/24/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 15

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 15 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Science 3/24/20: Read the following article on light and answer the questions that follow on a separate piece of paper.

    Light Article

    ELA 3/25/20: Please write a letter to a friend to prepare for the culminating task. Please use the proper format to write your letter. Review the Brain Pop video below or refer to this anchor chart.

     

    Letter Anchor Chart

    Sending A Letter

    Have students log on to I-Read for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Math 3/25/20: Watch the following video for math.

    Module 4 Lesson 16

    Please complete the problem set and exit ticket for Lesson 16 after you watch the video.  Then, take a picture and upload to Class Story.

    Problem Sets

    Exit Tickets

    Have students log on to I-Ready for 10-15 minutes per day.

    Social Studies 3/25/20:

    Watch this video: Civics

     

    March 27,2020

    ELA:

    For the next two days, students will be working on the culminating task. Please have your child review the story "Dear Children of the Earth." Next, students will write a letter to Mother Earth telling her the part of the Earth you want to care for and how you will take care of it. Please follow the letter writing format from yesterday.

     

    Math:

     

    Science:

    • Read the “How do we use light?” article: 
    • On a piece of paper, write down 3-5 ways to use light 

    How do we use Light article

     

    March 28,2020
    ELA:
    Students will write a letter to Mother Earth telling her the part of the Earth you want to care for and how you will take care of it. Please follow the letter writing format from yesterday.

    Math:
    -I assigned a lesson on I-Ready. Please complete the lesson

    - Complete the math ECR Math ECR March

    Social Studies:
    -Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OasbYWF4_S8
    -On a piece of paper write 1 way you can reduce, 1 way you can reuse, and 1 way you can recycle

     

    3/30/2020

    ELA:

    Listen to our new story “Eat Like a Bear” 🐻
    Here is the story: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    Draw a picture for each the new vocabulary words in the story: Hollow, forage, strayed, bare, barely. You can use a dictionary online to look up the words or use your context clues! 👀

    ****I-Read for 15-20 Minutes. you will receive Dojo Points as I see you moving up!

    Math:
    Lesson 19: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOuX4cV6g3Y
    You will complete just the PROBLEM SET for this lesson.

    ****I-Ready for 15-20 Minutes. you will receive Dojo Points as I see you moving up!

    Social Studies:
    Login to Pearson Realize using your CLEVER Login and complete Chapter 4, Lesson 1 on Time.
    Login here: https://sso.rumba.pk12ls.com/sso/login?profile=eb&service=https://cat.easybridge.pk12ls.com/ca/dashboard.htm&EBTenant=OTSD-NJ

     

    3/31/2020

    ELA:

    Listen to our new story “Eat Like a Bear” 🐻
    Here is the story: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    QUESTION: We hear the word “bear” twice, but it is spelled differently and has different meanings. What are the two meanings of “bear/bare”?

    ****I-Read for 15-20 Minutes. you will receive Dojo Points as I see you moving up!

    Math:
    Lesson 19: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOuX4cV6g3Y
    You will complete just the EXIT TICKET for this lesson.

    ****I-Ready for 15-20 Minutes. you will receive Dojo Points as I see you moving up!

    Science:
    Students will watch the brainpop video on Light (https://jr.brainpop.com/science/energy/light/)

    Students will then draw one transparent and one opaque object. 💡🔦🕯

     

     

    4/1/2020
     
    ELA:

    Read "Eat like a Bear" https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    question: When was the last time the bear had food?How do you know?

    **I-Read 15-20 Minutes

    Math:
    Lesson 20: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyR0rnED3aQ
    Complete the PROBLEM SET ONLY for Lesson 20. Then, send me a picture of your completed work.

    **I-Ready 15-20 Minutes

    Social Studies:
    Draw a picture of a clock, tell what time it is.

    Refer to Chapter 4, Lesson 1 on Time.
    Login here: https://sso.rumba.pk12ls.com/sso/login?profile=eb&service=https://cat.easybridge.pk12ls.com/ca/dashboard.htm&EBTenant=OTSD-NJ
     
     4/2/2020
     
    ELA:
    Read "Eat like a Bear" https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    question: What are some things that the bear eats?
    **I-Read 15-20 Minutes

    Math:
    Lesson 20: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyR0rnED3aQ
    Complete the EXIT TICKET ONLY for Lesson 20. Then, send me a picture of your completed work.

    **I-Ready 15-20 Minutes

    Science:
    What sources of light would you have used if you lived 100 years ago? Write complete sentences and draw a picture.

    Refer to the brain pop video on Light.
     
    4/3/2020
    Read "Eat like a Bear" https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    question: Why is it important for the bear to eat from April to November?
    **I-Read 15-20 Minutes

    Math:
    I-Ready Lessons (please do the assigned lessons)

    Social Studies:
    Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sZ_9hkeDic
    Write down 2 differences between long ago and now
     
    4/6/2020
    ELA:
    Read "Eat like a Bear" https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CWzpIZRJo-Hb1x46bZ_hXkSTdY7xkF7i

    Question: Draw a few of the things that the bear eats and make sure to label them.
    **I-Read 15-20 Minutes

    Math:
    Lesson 21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuYGJqOS-rs
    - Complete the EXIT TICKET only

    **I-Ready 15-20 Minutes

    Social Studies:
    Watch the video Then and Now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEvWGYgmaTE
     
    4/7/2020
    ELA:
    Go on I-Read for 15-20 Minutes daily
    Read Eat Like a Bear
    Culminating Task (Must be complete by tomorrow at 10 AM)
    What are some of the foods the bear eats and how does he eat them?

    Math:
    I-Ready Lessons

    Science:
    Brainpop- Parts of a Plant (Just watch the video today)
    https://jr.brainpop.com/science/plants/partsofaplant/
     
    ELA:
    Watch Long E Brainpop: https://jr.brainpop.com/readingandwriting/phonics/longe/
    - Take the Long E Quiz (Send me a picture of results)

    Math:
    I-Ready Lessons

    Social Studies:
    Write about what you would have done if you lived 100 years ago
     
    ELA: What is a Farm? Readworks passage. Answer the questions on a blank sheet of paper What is a Farm?

    *I-Read 15 Minutes

    Math: I-Ready Lessons

    Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP5jnuvMqxQ

    Draw your favorite plant and label the parts.
     
    4/20/2020
     
    ELA: Listen to Ch. 1 Charlotte’s Web
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBJclN8GyFg)

    Question: What did Fern talk her father out of doing? How did she convince him? (Write this on a blank sheet of paper and send me a message of your answer- use the rubric!)

    Math: - Lesson 23 Problem Set (Attached is the problem sets)
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvP2aZTc4Is&list=PL7HCvHr8hotyfWO8lipWSRgSUBeaT2Sts&index=21)

    Science:
    Plant Life Cycle Brainpop (https://jr.brainpop.com/science/plants/plantlifecycle/)

    Question: How is a seedling different from an adult plant? Draw a picture to show your answer.
     
     
     
    4/21/20
    ELA:
    Ch.2 Charlotte’s Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV4188aG09E)

    Question: In what ways did Fern treat Wilbur as an infant?

    Math:
    Lesson 23 Exit Ticket
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvP2aZTc4Is&list=PL7HCvHr8hotyfWO8lipWSRgSUBeaT2Sts&index=21)

    Social Studies:
    Watch the video. Write down one thing that you can recycle
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OasbYWF4_S8
     
    4/22/2020
    ELA:
    Ch. 3 Charlotte’s Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWRYm5jF-VE)

    Question: Did Wilbur really want to escape? How do you know?

    ***Go On -Read!

    Math:
    Lesson 24 Problem Set (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On0lbh2BuZY&list=PL7HCvHr8hotyfWO8lipWSRgSUBeaT2Sts&index=22)

    ***Go On -Ready!

    Science:
    Watch this video: Plant Life Cycle Brainpop (https://jr.brainpop.com/science/plants/plantlifecycle/)

    Answer this question: How is a seedling different from an adult plant? Draw a picture to show your answer.
     
    4/23/2020
     ELA:

    Ch. 4 Charlotte’s Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6eKlFxdSO0)

    Question: What makes Wilbur’s day so dreary?

    Math:

    Lesson 24 Exit Ticket

    *I-Ready

    Science:

    Refer to this video: https://jr.brainpop.com/science/plants/plantlifecycle/

    Question: Think of your favorite fruit or vegetable. What was that plant’s life cycle like? 
     
    Happy Monday!! Hope everyone had a restful weekend.

    ELA:
    Chapter 6 Charlotte’s Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7oCuk4GH4c)

    Text Response Question: What does Templeton ask for? Does he get it?


    Math:
    April ECR. Attached here! Please complete and send me a picture by tomorrow at 10 AM. ECR April

    Social Studies:
    https://jr.brainpop.com/health/beresponsible/reducereuserecycle/writeaboutit/
    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Brainpop (Watch the video and take the quiz at the end)
     
    4/30/2020

    ELA:
    Chapter 8 Charlotte’s Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ba5BLLVUu0g)


    Text Response Question: Why is Mr. Arable worried about Fern? What is she going to do about it?

    Math:
    Lesson 25 Problem Set (Module 4)

    Science:
    Plant Adaptations Brainpop https://jr.brainpop.com/science/plants/plantadaptations/

    Question: Seed plants have adapted to help spread their seeds. Choose a seed that travels via wind, water, or hitchhiking on an animal and describe its journey!
     
    5/11/2020
    ELA:
    Review Dear Children of the Earth and letter writing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Math:
    Lesson 27 Problem Set Math Problem Sets

    Science:
    If you did not do so, please hand in your science assessment!
     
    5/12/2020
    ELA:
    Today we will be going back into Charlotte's Web.

    Chapter 12 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6STJweKkdE
    Text response question: At first, Templeton doesn’t want to help Charlotte save Wilbur. How does the old sheep help convince him?

    ***I-Read

    Math:
    Problem Set 28

    **I-Ready

    Social Studies:
    Pearson Realize Lesson- complete from yesterday
    Translation viewed by 1 parent
     
    5/13/2020
    ELA:
    Today we will be going back into Charlotte's Web.

    Chapter 12 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6STJweKkdE
    Text response question: At first, Templeton doesn’t want to help Charlotte save Wilbur. How does the old sheep help convince him?

    ***I-Read

    Math:
    Problem Set 28

    **I-Ready

    Social Studies:
    Pearson Realize Lesson- complete from yesterday
    5/15/2020
     
    Today we will be having our google meet at 9:30 AM Here is the link:
    meet.google.com/isc-xgci-hah

    We will be discussing Chapter 13 of Charlotte's Web during our meeting 🐷🕷🕸🐀

    Math: I-Ready

    Social Studies: Write about something that you have done with your family this week. Draw a picture to go along with it!
     
     5/18/2020
    ELA: Read Chapter 14- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY6ulMXgk8k

    Math: Lesson 29 Problem Set

    Science:
    Sid the Science Kid the Dirt on Dirt-
    Write down a fact that you learned about planting
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5hxti5
     
    5/19/2020

    ELA:
    Review Chapter 14 of Charlotte's Web
    ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY6ulMXgk8k)

    Text Response Question: Does Dr. Dorian think it's a problem that Fern talks to animals? Why or why not?

    Math: Lesson 29 Exit Ticket

    Social Studies:
    Watch Brainpop on Memorial Day

    https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/memorialday/

    5/20/2020
     
     
     
     5/26/2020
    ELA:

    Chapter 15 Charlotte's Web (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDnEpnkc_q4)

    Question: What is a true friend? How is Charlotte a true friend to Wilbur?

    Math:
    Unit 5 Lesson 2 exit ticket

    Science: Take a walk and tell me what plants you observed. Take pictures!
     
    5/27/2020
     
     

     

     
     

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    Student responsibilities in completing the assignments include:

    Identifying a comfortable and quiet space to study/learn

    Dedicating appropriate time to learning, as guided by your teachers

    Routinely checking appropriate Google Classrooms and emails for information on courses, assignments, and resources, on a daily basis

    Attending and participating in any check-in times offered by your teachers

    Engaging in the virtual platforms with academic honesty, integrity, and according to the district’s Acceptable Use Policy

    Submitting all assignments in accordance with provided timelines and/or due dates