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“ME AND UNCLE ROMIE” (Reading Street Book pages 248 – 269) ... 205 and NB. “HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr. KANG” (Reading Street Book pages 308 – 325) ...
JOHN F. KENNEDY PRIMARY SCHOOL 4TH GRADE STUDY GUIDE March–April / 2010 - 2011

PrPc04.1.9

LANGUAGE ARTS. (Reading textbook RB, Practice Book PB, Phonics and Spelling SPB, Grammar and Writing Practice Book GWPB , Grammar and Writing Book GWB and Notebook NB ) READING STREET BOOK 3.2 UNIT 5: “CULTURES”

“ME AND UNCLE ROMIE” (Reading Street Book pages 248 – 269) SPELLING READING GRAMMAR SUFFIXES: “y”,”-ish”,”-head”,”-ment” STORY COMPREHENSION CONJUNCTIONS added to a base word, it stays the RB AND NB same. GWPB pages 97, 98,99 AUTHOR’S PURPOSE and 100, and NB. SPB pages 97,98, 99 and 100 and NB. PB. pages 91 to 100 and NB. Spelling Words: ROCKY,FOOLISH,RAINY, CHILDHOOD,SELFISH, TREATMENT MOVEMENT,NEIGHBORHOOD CHILDISH,PARENTHOOD,CRUNCHY, BUMPY,PAYMENT,SLEEPY,SHIPMENT, ASSIGNMENT,LIVELIHOOD,STYLISH, ENVIRONMENT, GUILTY.

VOCABULARY FIERCE,CARDBOARD,RUINED, FEAST,TREASURE,FLIGHTS, STOOPS,PITCHER

WRITING STORY REVIEW / CONVENTIONS: Rules for Writing (Capital Letters, Period, Question Mark, Exclamation Mark) GWB pp 194 to199 and NB.

UNIT 6: “FREEDOM” “THE STORY OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY” (Reading Street Book pages 288 – 299) SPELLING READING GRAMMAR VOWEL SOUND IN TOOTH AND STORY COMPREHENSION CAPITAL LETTERS: COOK RB AND NB Usage Can be spelled oo,ew,ue and ul. MAIN IDEA GWPB pp SPB pages 101,102,103 and 104, and 101,102,103 and 104, NB. PB. Pages 101 to 110 and and NB. NB. Spelling Words: VOCABULARY FEW,SCHOOL,TRUE, CROWN,LIBERTY,MODELS, GOOSE,FRUIT,COOKIE,CUSHION, SYMBOL,TABLET,TORCH, NOODLE,BOOKMARK,BALLOON,SUIT, UNFORGETTABLE,UNVEILED CHEW,GLUE,TUESDAY,BUSHEL, BAMBOO,MILDEW,SOOTHE,BAREFOOT, RENEWAL.

“HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr. KANG” (Reading Street Book pages 308 – 325)

WRITING TAKING NOTES: Write only the important facts from a piece of writing, or use your own words to write a fact. GWB pp 200 to 205 and NB.

SPELLING SCHWA SOUND: Words spelled different but sound the same.

READING STORY COMPREHENSION RB AND NB

SPB pages 105,106,107 and 108, and NB. CAUSE AND EFFECT ABOVE,ANOTHER,UPON,ANIMAL, PAPER,OPEN,FAMILY,TRAVEL,AFRAID, NICKEL,SUGAR,CIRCUS,ITEM,GALLON, MELON,CHARACTER,CARDINAL,OREGON, PARTICULAR, DINOSAUR.

GRAMMAR ABBREVIATIONS GWPB pages 105,106,107 and 108, and NB.

WRITING OUTLINING: How to focus, keep the topic and purpose in mind when writing.

PB. Pages 111 to 120 and NB. VOCABULARY BOWS,CHILLY,FOOLISH, FOREIGN,NARROW,PERCHES, RECIPE.

GWB pp 206 to 211 and NB.

MATHEMATICS (Math Steps Workbook and notebook) UNIT 4 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS Lesson 4 Adding with Like Denominators pp 91, 92. Lesson 5 Subtracting with Like Denominators pp 93, 94. Lesson 7 Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators pp 99, 100. Lesson 9 Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators pp 103, 104, Lesson 10 Subtracting from Whole Numbers pp 105, 106 Lesson 11 Subtracting Mixed Numbers pp 107, 108.

UNIT C. EARTH SCIENCE

UNIT 5 MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION OF FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS Lesson 1 Multiplying Whole numbers and Fractions pp 117,118. Lesson 3 Multiplying Fractions pp 121,122. Lesson 4 Multiplying with Mixed Numbers pp 123,124. Lesson 9 Dividing by a Fraction pp 133,134. Lesson 10 Dividing by a Mixed Number pp 135,136.

CHAPTER 1 MEASURING WEATHER

CHAPTER 3 EXPLORING THE OCEANS

Lesson 1 How does sunlight affect Air Temperature? pp C8 Lesson 2 How does temperature affect air movement? pp C12 Lesson 3 What causes clouds and precipitation? pp C17. Lesson 4 How do meteorologists predict weather? pp C26.

Lesson 1 How do people map the Ocean Floor? pp C66. Lesson 2 How can scientists explore the ocean depths? pp C70 Lesson 3 How Does Ocean Water move? pp C78. Lesson 4 Where do Organisms live in the Ocean? pp C84

VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY

Air pressure, low pressure area, highpressure area, barometer, wind vane, anemometer, precipitation, rain gauge, humidity, hygrometer, air mass, front, forecast, meteorologist, National Weather Service.

Continental shelf, continental slope, ocean basin, ridge, trench, current, tide, wave, light zone, dark zone, coral reef.

 REMEMBER : When studying use your notebook.