Weekly Outline  

WEEKLY OUTLINE

Feb. 19-22

GRADE 4

 

 

LANGUAGE

(Ms. Khilnani)



 

Writing:  Students will write a letter for assessment to a character from our class novel.

Students will continue their year-long journal writing format and participate in the weekly activities.

Students will also continue their penmanship this week as well.

 

Reading: We will continue the novel this week, A Fish in the Tree. Students will continue with comprehension questions, vocabulary and lessons that enhance reading.

Students will continue their work with  the article of the week which we will continue for the duration of the school year. Students need the opportunity to become familiar with a variety of text formats.

 

Grammar: Students will move onto sentence types. (this was delayed due to inclement weather.)

 

Spelling: Students will take part in spelling activities.

We will have a spelling test midweek.

 

MATHEMATICS

(Ms. Khilnani)


 

This week, students will continue to work in the Saxon textbook and in their notebooks. This week, we will move on to Lesson 84-88. We will continue with the format of speed math and mental math as warm-ups.

And the fun part: students will continue with Prodigy. Students are able to play prodigy at home if they like.

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

(Ms. Khilnani)

Students have been introduced to the new concept of PBL,and will now start collecting data. Groups will be formed and research will start. We will also continue learning about Canada’s Regions.

 

SCIENCE

(Ms. Khilnani)

We are now onto our new unit on Rocks & Minerals. This week will consist of a lot of fun and engaging hands on experiments with rock and minerals. (this was delayed due to inclement weather)

Media Arts

(Mrs. Grovum)

n/a

 

VISUAL ART

(Ms. James)

Students will continue to work on our final collaborative project inspired by the famous painting “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(Mr. Fretz)

Students will be taking part in ball hockey skill development this week. Students will also take part in cooperative games to earn points for their House (Torrin, Malliag, Kyleakin).  

 

MUSIC

(Mr. Kudera)

HEALTH &     PEOPLE SKILLS

(Mr. Fretz)

Students will continue to learn about tobacco and the short and long-term effects of smoking.  They will continue to identify what tobacco is and continue to examine negative health risks associated with smoking and “vaping.”

FRENCH

(Mme. Grovum)

n/a

DRAMA

(Ms. Weston)

Students will create props for their Much Ado About Nothing play.

 

Students are asked to start to bring in their costumes in a labeled bag.Costumes will be kept at school to use for during practicing.

COMPUTERS

(Mr. Kudera)

  • keyboarding exercises

  • students will apply basic transitions and animations in Google Slides


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