Our current study unit is sentences based on infinitives (שם פועל), this sentence structure can allow large spectrum of communication and expressions even with a limited vocabulary.
We started with learning a list of infinitives 2 weeks ago. Last week we started practicing and refreshment of pronouns (שמות גוף), and today we added 4 verbs that all together can make the “infinitive-based” sentences.
Today the homework is two pages:
- practice pronouns (שמות גוף)
- choose the correct verb (according to the pronoun) to make the “infinitive-based” sentence
We will go on learning this point in the next weeks,
- Science Quiz on the Digestive System – October 30
Here is the outline for the quiz.
Here is the information sheets on all the organs:
Here is a sample diagram of the digestive system
2. Math test on October 31, on Patterning. Here is the outline of the test. All the worksheets will be given in class, however, here they are just in case.
I have created a math tutorial video, reviewing everything for the test tomorrow. There are other videos to watch on EdPuzzle if you’d like more specific details on a particular topics, however this one covers it all!
Go to edpuzzle.com
Select Login as a student
Then select login with Google and sign in to your school email account. You will find the video, Ch.2 Test Review, there. It’s a long one…but it’s worth it 🙂
Reminder! Math Test on Tuesday, October 8th. See this post for all the details!
If you would like to run for Class Rep for Knesset, please let me know by Monday. You may start bringing in posters for our class starting on Monday. Your speech (1 – 2 minutes MAX) must be shown to me by Thursday.
Speeches will be on Friday, October 11, and we will vote that day as well.
We will be having our first Math test on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Here is the outline for this test.
There are many ways for students to study for this test:
- Review Sheets (see below)
- Math textbook (Chapter 2 pg 52 – 57)
- Watch EdPuzzle videos explaining new concepts (students need to login to their account to see these videos)
It’s a great idea to focus on the skills that are most challenging first, write down any questions, and check in with me BEFORE the test on Tuesday.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.
שלום לכולם ושנה טובה!!!
english at the end
הינה הקישור לשיעורי בית לשבוע הקרוב, יש להחזיר אותם לכיתה ביום חמישי שאחרי החג. חילקתי עותקים בכיתה.
בדף יש פעילות ציור וצביע, שמשלבת הבנת הנקרא והבעה בכתב בנושא ראש השנה.
אני מזכיר לכולם, שחשוב מאוד לקרוא 10 דקות בעברית כל יום בבית.
שנה טובה ומתוקה!
Shalom and Shana Tova!
Here is the link for the homework that should be done and in the class by Oct 3. A copy was given in class.
and as usual 10 minutes reading Hebrew each day.
Today the students continued to learn about their own learning styles and make choices that work with their own preferences and needs. As you may have noticed, the school did not buy student agendas this year. However, that doesn’t mean students aren’t responsible for keeping track of their due dates and assignments. Students who prefer to write their work in a book were given one today, and students who prefer to use their device were introduced to Google Keep. I encourage you to ask them about it and add yourself as a collaborator if you’d like to see the work that has been assigned to them.
In keeping with our new Homework Policy (which you’ll hear more about if you are joining us tonight at the Parent Information sessions) students did receive homework tonight, but it was sent to them via their email, as they are all working on different skills.
I’d love your feedback on how you think this system is working or if you need any support with the tech side of things!
We will be having a science quiz on Wednesday June 12, reviewing the respiratory and circulatory systems.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Vocabulary (trachea, right lobe, left lobe, bronchioles, bronchus, alveoli)
- Be able to label these on a diagram
- What happens in the bronchus, bronchioles and alveoli?
- How does blood move through our body and in what direction.
- What does blood carry?
- 4 main components of blood (plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets)
All the information you need is on the sheets in your Science Notebook.