lunes, 20 de junio de 2016

Prof. Carlos Saldaña Ramos

Completar el quinto bloque de tu guía.
Estudiar para tu examen de mañana.
Revisa tu acceso a Edmodo para el examen digital del viernes.

domingo, 19 de junio de 2016

Dear Fifth Graders .......... The final exam came earlier than we expected! Pleae study for the exam. The following assigment will help you fullfill your goal.

 Fifth Graders.
Please copy the following pages which will help on your exam.
Continue highlighting new words and sentences to help yourself remember.

 Culminating Story Task
1.     Make a list of all of the things Glashka’s people depended on the whales for. Make a list of the things the whales depended on Glashka’s people for. Especially at difficult times such as the ones seen in the story. They were surrounded by ice and needed the villagers. A symphony is a type of music with many instruments playing together. Use the big box bellow to write a paragraph explaining how the people and the whales depended on each other and explain how their relationship is like a symphony.
Answer:                                      



















2.     In the story, Glashka hears the whale’s song (Narna’s song) at different times. Use details from the story to create a timeline that shows when Glashka hears the whale songs and what events occur during or after she hears the song.  Note how the villagers reacted to the events that unfolded in the story as you fill out your timeline.  Use the timeline chart bellow to write a paragraph that explains how and why the whale’s song (Narna’s song) changed and how the villagers helped.

Answer: 
Beginning
Middle
End




























In the beginning of the passage Glashka hears the song of Narna on occasion.  The text states that she hears it in her head during the long winter storms when the snow bores down on her village.  As the passage unfolds, Glashka begins to have dreams in which she hears the song of Narna.  It is apparent in the text that shortly after Glashka hears the song of Narna that events begin to happen.  For example, one night Glashka dreams of driving the dog sled, and hears the song of Narna louder than she has ever heard before.  Later that day is when her sled dogs led her to the trapped Beluga whales. It seems as if Glashka has a special bond with whales.  It is because of her that the villagers bind together to help save the trapped whales.  They set up base camps so that they may take turn in chipping the ice back.  The villagers even share some of their winter fish with the tired, hungry whales.  This act alone shows the importance and respect felt by these villagers towards the whales.  In the end of the passage Glashka hears the song of Narna again except this time it is very different.  This song has many different sounds and voices.  She shares this experience with the old ones of the village who decided it would be best to radio the captain of the ship and share this information with him.  The captain then begins to play the melodies of classical music.  Slowly the whales begin to follow the ship out of the channel and into the free sea.  Glashka now hears the sounds of a symphony.  Meaning that it is more than the sounds of Narna that fills her ears.  

lunes, 13 de junio de 2016

PROF. Carlos Saldaña Ramos

Relación de tareas  5º  Grado
Ciclo escolar 2015/2016
                                         Semana 35: del    al    de                 del  2016                         Bloque  5
LUNES

ESPAÑOL:    Escribe  y  contesta:  ¿Cómo  reconoces  las  ideas  principales  de  un  texto?
MATEMATICAS:   Revisa  la   pág. Ele.(Parte  superior)pág.203, haz clic  en comenzar,  para  llevar a cabo  las  actividades  referentes al  promedio. Te van  servir  en clases  próximas.
MARTES

CIENCIAS:    Evaluación  de  proyecto.
GEOGRAFIA:   Reafirmación  de  temas.
HISTORIA:   Analiza  la  página  Ele.(Parte superior)pág.347.Revisa  el  artículo  sobre  el  deterioro ambiental, anota  en  el  cuaderno.
MIERCOLES

ESPAÑOL:   En  esta  página (parte superior) pag.107,  encontraras  información  para  ampliar los  textos  expositivos. Escribe  sobre  la  información.
MATEMATICAS:   Revisa  tu  boleta  de  calificaciones   del  4º grado o  cualquier otro  grado y  fíjate  bien  de  qué  forma  se  saco  tu  promedio,  lo  explicaras  en  clase.
E. CIVICA:   Escribe y  enlista  las  reglas  que  tienen  en tu  casa, para  una  mejor  convivencia.
JUEVES

CIENCIAS :   Evaluación   de  proyecto.
GEOGRAFIA:   Reafirmación  de  temas.
HISTORIA:   Escribe  algunas  acciones  que  puedes  llevar  a cabo para  prevenir  el  cuidado  del  ambiente, puedes  ilustrarlo. 
VIERNES

ESPAÑOL:    Realiza   la  actividad    4   de  la  página   107.
MATEMATICAS:   Analiza  las  tablas  y  responde  la  actividad   3  de  la  página   203.
E. CIVICA:   Escribe  todas  las  actividades,  que  a ti  te  corresponden  dentro  de  tu  casa, para  una  mejor  convivencia.

domingo, 12 de junio de 2016

teacher Jesus

Fifth Graders.

This week you have two different types of homework. Each one is different.
Please get on Pearson and work in the activities given.
There are different activities for each day of the week. Keep in mind that once you finish a given activity you have to save it. If not it will not show that you did it.

Second homework.
This week you will write two different essays. Make sure you use the correct tense, punctuation marks and remember to always capitalize in red.  This must be at least ten lines long. Remember. You must use the correct story sequence order such as: first, second, next, then, finally. Include details as when or at what time it happened, where it happened; who was there; how you felt etc. Please use a regular pencil otherwise it will not be taken by the teacher.
Monday:
Write an essay about the activities you did on the weekend.
Tuesday:
Once the pertinent corrections have been made in class rewrite your essay again at home.
Wednesday:
Write an essay relating to your last birthday party. List the different activities in connection with it.
Thursday:
Rewrite your essay again at home once it has been corrected in class.


Have a great week!

martes, 7 de junio de 2016

lunes, 6 de junio de 2016

Fifth Graders.
Based on the theacher - parents conversation from last week. I am posting a list of verbs for you to work on. Please print this verbs list and bring it to class on Wednesday. Thanks and have a great week!

Fill in the missing boxes with the correct form of the verb.

TRADUCCIÓN
INFINITIVO
“SIMPLE PAST”
“PAST PARTICIPLE”
ser/estar
be
was/were

empezar
begin

begun

break
broke
broken
traer
bring

brought
construir
build
built
built
quemar
burn
burnt

comprar

bought
bought
poder
can

been able to
coger
catch
caught
caught
elegir

chose
chosen
venir
come

come
costar
cost
cost

cortar


cut
hacer
do

done

dream
dreamt
dreamt
beber
drink
drank

conducir
drive

driven

eat
ate
eaten
caer (se)
fall

fallen
sentir (se)
feel
felt


fight
fought
fought
volar
fly

flown
olvidar
forget
forgot

obtener

got
got
dar
give

given
ir (se)
go

gone
tener/ haber
have

had

hear
heard
heard
saber
know

known
aprender
learn
learnt


leave
left
left
perder
lose

lost
hacer
make

made
tener que
must
had to

pagar

paid
paid
poner
put

put
leer
read

read
correr
run
ran


say
said
said
ver
see

seen
mostrar/ enseñar
show
showed

cantar
sing
sang


sleep
slept
slept
hablar

spoke
spoken
gastar
spend

spent
tomar
take
took

enseñar
teach
taught
taught

think
thought
thought
entender
understand
understood

ganar

won
won