Instructions: Students should complete the following activities by June 11, 2020. Students must complete the work in the order indicated.• Learning activity #1: Read the “Source, Point of View and Purpose” notes of the study island. Complete the assignment of 15 questions.• Learning activity #2: Read the flocabular notes to “Author`s Goal”. Complete the reading and answer of the quiz. • Learning activity #3: Read the passage “Are you smarter than Grade 5?” and answer the following questions.• Learning activity #4: Read the flocabular notes on “Commas”. Fill out the “reading and answers” and the quiz. • Learning activity #5: Fill out the worksheet on comma. 5-Flocab-subject-verb-agreement-v1-read-and-respond.pdf • learning activity #5: Take the attached Power School quiz on subject-verb conformity and poetry. • Learning activity #1: Read the flezobular texts and lyricisms for subject-verb correspondence. Fill out the vocabulary cards, multiple-choice questions, and multiple-choice quiz.
Template: I can select topics and verbs from different constellations by following the appropriate chord rules; I can identify types of poems by analyzing the properties of a poem; I can determine the theme of a poem by analyzing its visual language. • Learning activity #2: Check out Study Island`s notes on the subject verb agreement. Complete the 25 Study Islandassignment questions on the subject-verb agreement. Lary-research-process-lyric-notes.pdf 6-Research Questions *Students with online access should use it as a guide to completing courses. Students who do not have online access should pick up a paper copy at school. If you have any questions, please contact your teacher.* • Learning activity #1: read Study Island`s notes on the topic “Using Multiple Sources. Complete the 25 questions.• Learning activity #2: Read Study Island`s notes on “Research Questions”. Complete the task of 10 questions.• Learning activity #3: read the flocabular notes of the “TheResearch Process”. Complete the reading and answer of the quiz. • Learning activity #4: Check out the Flocabulary Notes for “Transitions”.
Do the “reading and answers” and the “quiz”. . . .