lunes, 2 de mayo de 2016

PROF. CARLOS

Esta semana realizaremos repaso previos a nuestros exámenes... Revisa tus libros y tu guía,  realiza las actividades faltantes y completa tus bloques.

Ve verificando tu contraseña para la plataforma EDMODO.

domingo, 1 de mayo de 2016

Teacher Jesus... Dear parents........ Once again, make sure your son or daughter has exacly what is required in the class..... Dictionary and a yellow highlighter are a MUST!

Third Graders......
Just like you have done it in the past, copy the pages posted on this blog.
Make sure that each page is copied using your own handwriting. If you bump into new words, please take the time to high light them and look them up in your dictionary.
thanks a lot and have a great week!

https://www.griswold.k12.ct.us/uploaded/faculty/cdiaz//Unit_3_Week_2.pdf

Remember three or four pages form readers and writers notebook were given as additional homework last Wednesday.  I hope everyone of you did it!

Enjoy this coming week!

lunes, 25 de abril de 2016

PROF. CARLOS SALDAÑA RAMOS

Relación de tareas  5º  Grado
Ciclo escolar 2015/2016
                                         Semana 29: del    al    de                 del  2016                         Bloque  5
LUNES

ESPAÑOL:      Escribe  tres  adivinanzas, las darás a conocer  al grupo y escribe el tipo  de texto  que escribiste. Literario, tradicional o popular.
MATEMATICAS:   Revisa  la página  Ele. (Parte superior) pág.  189, vas  a aprender  sobre  los  números  Mayas .Haz  anotaciones.
MARTES

CIENCIAS:   Proyecto. Trabajaremos  juntos  en el  aula.
GEOGRAFIA:   Trabajaremos en  equipo, sobre el  tema  en  el  salón  de  clase.
HISTORIA:   Has una  lista  de países que tienen tratados comerciales con  México. Investiga, pide  ayuda  a tus  papas.
MIERCOLES

ESPAÑOL:   Encuentra  el  acertijo a  esta  adivinanza de tipo  tradicional. ¡Ponte listo!........Dice:(Blanca nieves en medio  de los  enanos, si resuelves este enigma pensador,  el tiempo te dará  la  solución.) Tus  papas  te pueden  ayudar.
MATEMATICAS:   Representa  con  números  mayas , la  edad  de  cada una  de  los  miembros  de tu familia.
E. CIVICA:   Conoce  sobre los derechos  humanos. Revisa  la  página Ele. (Parte superior) pág.  385. Anota  en tu  cuaderno.
JUEVES

CIENCIAS :   Proyecto trabajaremos  en el  aula.
GEOGRAFIA:   Reafirmación  en  el  aula.
HISTORIA:   Reafirmación   en  el  aula.
VIERNES

ESPAÑOL:    Observa alguna  fotografía  de amigo, de tus papas,  o  de  cualquier  persona y  describe  sus características, incluyendo, físicas  y psicológicas. Pega  su  foto.
MATEMATICAS:   Completa  la  tabla  de  la  actividad  3  página  189.
E. CIVICA:   Conoces algunos  casos, donde no  se ha  respetado algún derecho?  Escribe:

ESTIMADOS PADRES DE FAMILIA

Estimados padres de familia...
Por este conducto, les informamos que debido a algunas inconformidades con la Asociación de Colonos y para agilizar el tránsito vehicular, se ha establecido que el tránsito de la calle Jesús desde la calle San Vicente será del lado izquierdo, para dejar el otro carril para la salida hacia la calle San Vicente, se debe seguir la línea de conos; de la misma manera, si requiere estacionarse, buscar lugar en las calles aledañas.




domingo, 24 de abril de 2016

Teacher Jesus


Fift Graders:

Monday.
Copy the story using your own handwriting. Capital letters should be capitalized using red ink. Make sure you do understand every sentence. If there are any words that are not familiar to you, look them up in your dictionary.

One day Mary had the idea that she would like to grow her own flowers. She had never gardened before, but she couldn’t imagined what would be so difficult about it. So Mary went to the store and bought seeds. She came home and planted them in her yard and in a few days, flowers began to sprout. Mary also noticed something else sprouting, weeds! 
She tried to pull up the nasty weeds, but she accidentally pulled up some of her flowers too. To help the surviving flowers, Mary thought she would water her garden, so she turned on the hose to give them a drink. However, she got distracted and walked away while the hose was still on. Water filled her garden until it all that was left of her garden was a big mud pile.


Tvesday
Read the following passage. Create mental pictures and draw a picture sequence as the passage progresses. Give r drawing a nice color.


Wednesday:
Unswer the questions according to the story or guess it in an apropiate way. Make sure you use the right tense. 

1.     What did Mary think about doing one day?
2.     What day of the week was that?
3.     Had Mary ever planted flowers before?
4.     Why did she decide to go to the store?
5.     What did she do when she got home?
6.     What happened in a few days?
7.     What did Mary also notice?
8.     What did she do to the nasty weeds?
9.     What happened when she accidentally pulled up the nasty weeds?
10.    What did Mary decide to do in order to help the surviving flowers?
11.     What happened unexpectedly?
12.   What was the damage?
13.     What conclusion can you draw about Mary’s gardening skills?
14.       Does your conclusion make sense?

15.      Please explain. 

lunes, 18 de abril de 2016

PROF. Carlos Saldaña

Relación de tareas  5º  Grado
Ciclo escolar 2015/2016
                                         Semana 28: del  18  al 22   de abril    del 2016                         Bloque   4
LUNES

ESPAÑOL:   Contesta  y  escribe,  las  preguntas  que  se  plantean los  niños  de  la  imagen de  la  página  96.
MATEMATICAS:   Contesta  la  actividad   3  de  la  página   185.
MARTES

CIENCIAS:   Elaboración  de  Proyecto,  actividades  en  el  aula.
GEOGRAFIA:    Reafirmación  del tema  en  el  salón  de  clase.
HISTORIA:   Investiga   sobre  las  Olimpiadas  en  México 68 y  escribe lo más  sobresaliente.
MIERCOLES

ESPAÑOL:   Escribe  el  relato  de  un  cuento  o  historia que  conozcas  y  utiliza  los  Nexos  que  ya  estudiaste.
MATEMATICAS:    Contesta  la  actividad   3   de la  página  187.
E. CIVICA:   Escribe  una  lista  de  las  actividades  que  realizan  cada  uno  de  los  miembros  de tu  familia  en  la  casa.
JUEVES

CIENCIAS :   Elaboración  de  Proyecto. Actividades  e  indicaciones  en  el  aula.
GEOGRAFIA:   Investiga  y  de  acuerdo  a  lo  que  aprendiste contesta:¿Cómo  es  la  riqueza  de  México  comparada  con  otros  países? Anota  en  tu  cuaderno.
HISTORIA:   Contesta  la  actividad   3  de  la  página  340.
VIERNES

ESPAÑOL:   Completa  la  actividad   4  de  la  página   99.
MATEMATICAS:   Investiga  cómo  colocar  títulos  en  una  gráfica  de  barras de  una  hoja  de  cálculo  electrónica. Vas a explicar  a  tu  profesor  el  procedimiento.
E. CIVICA:   Escribe:  Cómo  toman  los   acuerdos,  en  la  organización  de las  actividades  dentro  de  tu  casa. Y qué  actividades  te  corresponden  a  ti?

domingo, 17 de abril de 2016

Teacher Jesus.

Dear fifth graders. Copy eight questions every day..... Do not print. Use your own handwriting. Leave enough space in between that way you are able to write the answers below each one of the questions.


Homework Questions
Monday
1.  Who or what do you think “tops” and “bottoms” might be?

2.  From looking at the pictures, what kind of story do you think this is?

3. Who do you think the first character in this story is? Why?

4. Why did the bear have lots and money and lots of land?

5. Why did Hare have nothing?

6. How are Bear and Hare different?

7. Why is the Hare family “in very bad shape”?

8. How can you tell that this is the kind of story called a folk tale?

Tvesday
9. What is Hare’s main problem? How does he plan to get what he needs?

10.  What do you know that Bear probably does not know?

11.  Which half did Bear want?

12.  How does Hare family share their work?

13.  What happens after Bear agrees to take the top half?

14.   What might Bear get when Hare gives him the “tops”?

15.  What did Hare and his family get? What did Bear get?

16.  How did Bear feel about getting the tops? What did he do?

Wednesday 
17.  After Bear goes back to sleep, what do Hare and his family do?

18.  What situation earlier in the story is most like this one? What is different this time?

19.  What does Hare and his family get this time? 

20.  What does Bear get this time?

21.  How does Bear feel about getting the bottoms? How do you know?

22.  What has Hare done so far to get what he needs?

23.  Will Bear get what he wants this time? Why do you think so?

24.  What happens after the corn plants grow tall?

Thursday 
25.  What does Bear decide to do as a result of this last deal?

26.  How has Bear changed by the end of the story? How are things different for Hare and his family at the end?

27. Why do they never become business partners again?

28. Does Hare treat Bear fairly? Why do you think this?

29. What is Hare’s character?

30. What does Hare want? How does he try to get it? Does Hare get what he wants?

31. What does Bear want? How does he try to get it? Does Bear get what he wants?

32. Which pictures in the story are your favorite? Why?

Friday 
33. Why does Hare want Bear as a business partner?

34. When Bear said he wanted the bottoms, why did Hare plant lettuce and broccoli?

35. Why does Bear decide to plant his own crop?

36. Why do the Hares open their vegetable stand?

37.   How do you think Janet Stevens first got the idea to do a picture book about the Tops and Bottoms story?

38.   Why do you think Janet Stevens chose a bear for the lazy character instead some other animal?

39.  Why did the author decide to use hare as the main character?


40.  Do you think her choice of the bear and the hare as the characters worked fine for this story?