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Fourth graders, after practicing reading and following multi-step directions, create a mystery board game based on a mystery novel they've read before. They include in their projects prefixes, suffixes and root words. In addition, syllable division rules from Mastery Packet 2 are incorporated into the lesson.
Fourth graders review their strategies for decoding unfamiliar text as well as syllable division rules. They then independently read non-fiction short stories and then answer the questions being sure to use the space in the margins to mark up the text and answer fact and opinion questions about what they just read.
Fourth graders review decoding skills from the chart as well as syllable division rules. They then match literary terms with the correct definitions realizing that one of them will not be used. They then read the stories, underlining keywords about each story's plot, setting, and characters.
Fifth graders use phonics, language structure, and semantics to read and comprehend text. They create a book project while they compare and contrast plots, settings, and characters. Students create a travel brochure featuring the setting of a fantasy or science fiction book. They present their travel brochures.
Sixth graders explore factors and fractions. In this factors and functions lesson, 6th graders explore prime numbers, prime factorization, and divisibility rules so that are able to work with fractions. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
Second graders make decoding posters and desk cards showing the animal syllable division rules such as the turtle rule, the rabbit rule, and the camel rule. Next they practice their fluency by repeatedly reading work lists. Finally, they read "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" before answering comprehension questions.
Fourth graders use phonics rules to read unknown words. They identify all consonant blends, consonant digraphs, short and long vowel patterns, -r and -l controlled vowels, vowel digraphs with one sound, and vowel digraphs with two possible sounds. They also review the animal syllable division rules.
Fifth graders use phonics, language structure and semantics to read and comprehend text. They use self-monitoring and self-correcting strategies while reading. Students identify plot, setting and characters in a fictional text. They compare plots, settings, and characters in texts.
In this laws of exponents for division instructional activity, 9th graders solve 16 various types of problems that apply the laws of exponents in division. First, they complete a table by evaluating each expression and then, recording their observations for difference, sum, base, and coefficient. Then, students apply the law of exponents for division in the next table and show each number written in factored form and in scientific notation.
In this multiplication and division worksheet, students complete 5 fill in the blank questions where they solve a multiplication equation and then state which Property of Multiplication they used. Next, students solve 3 division problems and state which Rule of Division they used. Last, students solve a word problem and state which property they used.