Park Avenue Elementary Library Media Center

  •                                                              Ms. Martelli - Extended Learning Resource Page

                                   Library/Media Center Room 114/117    martelli@orange.k12.nj.us

     

                   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.

                   For the Week of April 6, school buildings will remain closed; however, distance learning will

                   continue. On Friday, April 10, the District will be closed in observance of Good Friday, per the

                   previously approved calendar, and spring break will begin on Monday, April 13, and conclude on

                  April 17. Distance Learning will not be in effect from April 10 through April 17. We will contune to

                  update all families and staff in a timely fashion. 

                        

                                                          The Orange Public Schools Expectations for Emergency At-home Instruction

                                                                                                          Virtual Office Hours

                                                                                            Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

                                                                                            Monday-Friday 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

                                                                                                    Extended Learning Resources

     
                                                                                          Clever
     
                                                                                          Coronavirus - BrainPop 

                                                                                          Learning and Homework Resources

                                                                                          Starfall

                                                                                          Storybird

                                                                                          BrainPOP

                                                                                          Discovery Education

                                                                                          Teach Your Monster to Read

                                                                                          Storylineonline.net

                                                                                          

     

                                                 Library/Media 4th Grade Google Classroom class code: alz3lp4

                                                 Computer Literacy 4th Grade Google Classroom class code: lfarkaq

                                                 Library/Media 5th Grade Google Classroom class code: pfw5ahl

                                                 Library/Media 6th Grade Google Classroom class code: 3fgo5gi

                                                 Library/Media 7th Grade Google Classroom class code: b73pfis

     

     

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

     

    4th Grade Library/Media: Listen to "Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader (Part 1)." This book will be read to you by an astronaut. Write a one paragraph book review.   https://storytimefromspace.com

     

    Kindergarten:  www.storylineonline.net Listen to "A Bad Case of Stripes," by Sean Astin - Draw a picture to tell what the book is about. 

     

    Wednesday, March 18, 2020

     

    Computer Literacy Class:

     

    4th Grade: Log into Clever - work on www.typingclub.com. Please complete 10 lessons.

     

    2nd Grade Library/Media:  Listen to "Enemy Pie," by Camryn Manheim - Draw a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast yourself with Jeremy who is the main character of the story. www.storylineonline.net.   Don't forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews. 

     

     

    Reading Rewards Website: http://www.reading-rewards.com/

     
     
    Please have your child read every night. Thank you.

     

     

     

    Assignments for Monday, March 23, 2020

    Kindergarten: Listen to “A Bad Case of Stripes,” by Sean Astin - Draw a
    picture to tell what the book is about.

    www.storylineoneline.net

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book
    reviews!

    1st Grade: Listen to “A Bad Case of Stripes,” by Sean Astin - Write
    5 sentences to tell about the book.

    www.storylineonline.net

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book
    reviews!

     

    Assignments for Tuesday, March 24, 2020

    4th Grade Library/Media:
    Listen to “Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader (Part 2)”
    This book will be read to you by Astronaut Anne
    McClain.
    Write 5 questions you would like to ask Astronaut
    McClain.

    https://storytimefromspace.com

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

    Kindergarten: Listen to “A Bad Case of Stripes,” by Sean Astin - Draw a
    picture to tell what the book is about.

    www.storylineoneline.net

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book
    reviews!

     

    Assignments for Wednesday, March 25, 2020 

     

    4th Grade Computer Literacy: Log-In to Clever. Continue with your typing lessons to increase speed. Try your best to complete 10 lessons.

    www.typingclub.com


    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

     

    2nd Grade

    www.storylineonline.net - Listen to the story “Snappsy the Alligator,” by Julie Falatko
    This is a story from two different points of view. Pay
    attention to how the story differs based on the point
    of view.
    Snappsy - talks in speech bubbles
    Text of story - this is the narrator
    Text evidence - Students give 1 example from Snappsy
    and 1 example from the narrator.

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book
    reviews!

     


    Assignments for Thursday, March 26, 2020


    5th Grade Library/Media:
    Listen to “Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader (Part 2)”
    by Emily Calandrelli with Tamson Weston
    This book will be read to you by Astronaut Anne
    McClain.
    Create 10 questions to ask Astronaut Anne McClain

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!


    6th Grade Library/Media: Digital Reading
    Start reading Inanimate Alice, Episode 2 - Italy
    This type of reading requires computer skills, game
    skills, reading skills. Pay attention to all clues.


    What you have learned in Episode 1: Alice is 8 years old...She is in Northern China...She stays with her mom (mum) at a base camp...Her father is looking for oil...He left 2 days ago and should have been home by now…

    Before you start the new episode - Write down five things you want to know about Alice. Now PREDICT what you think will happen in Episode 2 (What clues are in the text?)

    Read the next episode but DO NOT GO ON!

    https://www.inanimatealice.com/episode2.


    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

     

    7th Grade Library/Media: Digital Reading
    Start reading Inanimate Alice, Episode 2 - Italy
    This type of reading requires computer skills, game
    skills, reading skills. Pay attention to all clues.
    What you have learned in Episode 1: Alice is 8 years old...She is in Northern China...She stays with her mom (mum) at a base camp...Her father is looking for oil...He left 2 days ago and should have been home by now…

    Before you start the new episode - Write down five things you want to know about Alice. Now PREDICT what you think will happen in Episode 2 (What clues are in the text?)

    Read the next episode but DO NOT GO ON!

    https://www.inanimatealice.com/episode2.


    In this section, we are introduced to Alice’s virtual friend Brad. Draw your own virtual friend (an avatar).



    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

     

    Assignments for Friday, March 27, 2020

    5th Grade Library/Media:
    Listen to “Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader (Part 2)”
    by Emily Calandrelli with Tamson Weston
    This book will be read to you by Astronaut Anne
    McClain.
    Create 10 questions to ask Astronaut Anne McClain

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!


    6th Grade Library/Media: Digital Reading
    Start reading Inanimate Alice, Episode 2 - Italy
    This type of reading requires computer skills, game
    skills, reading skills. Pay attention to all clues.


    What you have learned in Episode 1: Alice is 8 years old...She is in Northern China...She stays with her mom (mum) at a base camp...Her father is looking for oil...He left 2 days ago and should have been home by now…

    Before you start the new episode - Write down five things you want to know about Alice. Now PREDICT what you think will happen in Episode 2 (What clues are in the text?)

    Read the next episode but DO NOT GO ON!

    https://www.inanimatealice.com/episode2.


    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

     

    7th Grade Library/Media: Digital Reading
    Start reading Inanimate Alice, Episode 2 - Italy
    This type of reading requires computer skills, game
    skills, reading skills. Pay attention to all clues.
    What you have learned in Episode 1: Alice is 8 years old...She is in Northern China...She stays with her mom (mum) at a base camp...Her father is looking for oil...He left 2 days ago and should have been home by now…

    Before you start the new episode - Write down five things you want to know about Alice. Now PREDICT what you think will happen in Episode 2 (What clues are in the text?)

    Read the next episode but DO NOT GO ON!

    https://www.inanimatealice.com/episode2.


    In this section, we are introduced to Alice’s virtual friend Brad. Draw your own virtual friend (an avatar).

     

    Don’t forget to use www.reading-rewards.com for all book reviews!

     

     

     

    Students 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 acacemic honesty, integrity, and according to the distric's Acceptable Use Policy.

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