Grade 3 Homeroom/ 4th Grade ELA
From March 17 to April 24, all assignments will be assigned and submitted on Google Classroom (https://classroom.google.com).
|3rd grade Classwork||Monday 3/16||Tuesday 3/17||Wednesday 3/18||Thursday 3/19||Friday 3/20|
|Religion||No School||St. Patrick’s Day read aloud||Lenten Calendar||CRS Rice Bowl Lenten Story: Time to Eat||Pray the Stations of the Cross|
|Spelling||Spelling Week 22 Assignment #1||Spelling Week 22 Assignment #2||Spelling Week 22 Assignment #3||Spelling Week 22 Assignment #4|
|Social Studies||Mystery States - Iowa & Missouri||“Why We Celebrate Women’s History Month” article on Newsela||Read Women of the Supreme Court||Women of the Supreme Court reading Questions|
|ELA (English/Language Arts)||Vocab Unit 11 Fill-in-the-Blank|
Reading Logs due Friday
|Grammar Unit 5 Lesson 35 - Pronoun- Verb Agreement||Vocab Unit 11 Review Activity #1||Grammar Unit 5 Lesson 36 - Object Pronouns|
Spelling Week 22 Words
aren’t partner hard chart farm
start large more before horse
north morning care stare warning
Vocabulary Unit 11 Words (test on Friday, 3/27): approach, approve, glory, magnificent, meek, prompt, revive, tradition, watchful, wreckage
|4th grade Classwork||Monday 3/16||Tuesday 3/17||Wednesday 3/18||Thursday 3/19||Friday 3/20|
|No School||Vocab Unit 11 Fill-in-the-Blank|
Reading Logs due Friday
|Grammar Unit 4 Review; Read Hillary Clinton||Vocab Unit 11 Review Activity #1; Hillary Clinton reading questions||Grammar Unit 4 Test|
Vocabulary Unit 11 Words (test on Friday, 3/27): blockade, chant, despair, elevate, extraordinary, heroic, lance, missionary, pointless, reflect, site, toxic
Reminders & Dates to Remember
Friday, April 10: Good Friday
April 13 - 17: NO CLASSES Easter Break
Monday, April 7: Back to school…. maybe?!?
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Class Links and Resources
ELA Fun Links
Social Studies links
Meet the Teacher
3rd Grade Homeroom & 4th Grade Reading/Language Arts
B.A. in Liberal Studies, Seattle University; Master in Teaching, Seattle University
Angelene has been teaching at St. Paul since the 2014. She is a native Seattleite with a passion for working with children. Her goal as a teacher is to help shape moral, informed, and productive citizens in our world. Her work experience includes being a tutor, working in day camps, and teaching preschool in and outside of the Archdiocese of Seattle.
"In my spare time I enjoy spending time with loved ones, feasting on delicious food, working out and doing my best to stay fit, and going to concerts, sporting events, and shows. I don't mind embarrassing myself with my dance moves, my singing skills, or my silly jokes especially with my students!"