Mr. Martinez' Distance Learning Page

 

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

 

Welcome students and parents. On this page you will find our weekly schedule.cool

Parents, please join Class Dojo and download the app on your phone. Link

Parents, please join Remind and download the app on your phone. Sign up using your child's name and your phone number. Link

Parents, here is an example of how your child's workspace should look like.

**Zoom meetings on Monday will be only at 8:00 AM, unless there is a holiday. Independent work will be assigned.

**Zoom meetings on Tuesday- Friday will be at 8:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM, and 12:30 PM (Reading Groups), unless there is a holiday.

**All the links will be available on your Clever portal on your iPad.

**Fact: Students who are at grade level in reading by third grade are thirteen times more likely to graduate from high school.

**Primary Goals: Students will be at grade level in reading, writing and math by the end of the school year

**Epic Reading (30 minutes a day before 4 PM), AR Reading (at least 1.5 points per week with 70% average or above), complete ALL Seesaw activities, I-Ready activities (30 minutes a day), Zearn Math (1 mission per day), and Rosetta Stone (30 minutes a day only for ELD students), Teach Your Monster to Read (20 minutes a day for reading group) must be done daily for your child to be academically successful. Make sure your child is doing their assignments

**Office Hours are between 8-3 pm. Just contact me through Remind.com and I can help.

**I will send out a weekly report for Seesaw, AR Reading, I-Ready, Zearn Math, and Rosetta Stone.

 

 

 

**Weekly Schedule 11/16- 11/20

 

smileyMonday 11/16

 

8:00  Zoom Meeting Link


*Paws for the News

 

*Goals for the Week- AR, Zearn, Seesaw, I-Ready

 

Social Emotional Learning Lesson 

Bullying Brainpop Jr. Link

Bullying Slides Link

Kindness Seesaw Activity

I'm an Upstander Seesaw Activity

 

8:45 Monday Assembly on Clever

 

 

Monday’s Independent Work:


1. Finish any unfinished Seesaw activities.


2. Language Arts- Go to Epic (Epic shuts off at 3 pm) and search for a book at your AR level. Once you have chosen a book to read, check that the book is available on AR. Read the book very carefully. Do not rush! You may want to read it twice. The Epic Class Code- gvq8375


3. Language Arts- Take an AR test and get a 70% or better.


4. Math30 minutes of Math I-Ready activities.

 

5. PE- 20 minutes of GoNoodle

 

6. Language Arts- 30 minutes of I-Ready Reading activities.

 

7. Word Processing- 20 minutes Nitrotype. Create your own account. Make sure to write down your login information.

 

8. Lesley, Alexa, Jareth, Rylie, Ruben, Peter, Zahid, and Cylus- 20 minutes of Teach Your Monster to Read.

 

9. Zoom Art Lesson @1:00 with Mrs. A- Go to the clever page and click on the Art Zoom link. Password: A

 

10. ELD- 30 minutes of Rosetta Stone ELD on Clever for Daniel, Alexa, Jazmin, Santiago, Jareth, Alex, Lesley, Peter, Briana, Miliania, Clemente, & Julia. 

Teachers Email: imartinez@eusd.org      Username: Lunch Number

 

11. Music Class with Mrs. Sorenson- Go to the Clever page and click on the Music Class on Monday link. Make sure you are logged into your Google Apps Login located in Clever

Email: lunch number@eusd.org

Username: lunch number

Password: 8-digit passcode 


12. Bonus Time- If you are finished with ALL your independent work, you may do a one of these educational activities: Brainpop Jr., Prodigy Math, GoNoodle, Art for Kids Hub, Storyline, or NitroType. Please go through Clever to access these activities. You may also download the app through Self Service.


 

 

 
smileyTuesday 11/17

 


8:00  Zoom Meeting Link

 

Math Warm-Up Fluency

 

Math Lesson G3M2L12: round two-digit measurements to the nearest ten on the vertical number line.  Link

 

 

Brainpop Jr.- Rounding  Link

 

**Example problems: Slide 16 Link

 

Round 72 mL to the nearest 10 on a number line with 75 as a midpoint.

 

Round 35 mL to the nearest 10 on a number line with 35 as a midpoint.

 

 

 

 

**Complete Exit Ticket on Slides

 

9:00 Language Arts- Benchmark Unit G3 U4 W1 Lesson 1 Link

 

 

Introduction of Unit: What makes people view the same experience in different ways?

Characters Point of View:

The Three Little Pigs Link

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Link

Seesaw Activity

 

10:00 Science

Mystery Science- Why are people making such a big deal about the solar eclipse? Link

*Seesaw Activity 

 

10:30 Mr. Martinez’ Reading Group- Zahid, Cylus, Santiago, Jareth, Rylie, Alexa, Ruben, Lesley

Guided Reading

 

11:00  **Lesley, Alexa, Jareth, Rylie, Peter, Ruben, Zahid, and Cylus- 20 minutes of Teach Your Monster to Read.

 

12:30-3:00 Office Hours- Please contact me on Remind if you need help.

 

1:35 PE with Mr. Brinkley- Go to the Clever page and click on the PE Zoom link.

 

8:00 am- 3 pm-  Mr. Martinez’ Office Hours. Parents/students may communicate with Mr. Martinez for questions, or help on assignments on Remind.


Daily Assignments:


1. Go to Clever and complete today’s Math Zearn Mission. You must finish the Fluency, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice.


2. Go to Epic (Epic shuts off at 3 pm) and search for a book at your AR level. Once you have chosen a book to read, check that the book is available on AR. Read the book very carefully. Do not rush! You may want to read it twice. The Epic Class Code- gvq8375 Link
 


3. Take an AR reading test. Use your username and password (lunch number) to login.

 

4. Finish all your Seesaw activities.

 

5. Do 30 minutes of I-Ready Reading activities.

 

6. Do 20 minutes of Teach Your Monster to Read.​​​​​​ for Lesley, Alexa, Jareth, Rylie, Ruben, Peter, Zahid, and Cylus.

 

7. Do 30 minutes of Rosetta Stone ELD on Clever for Daniel, Alexa, Jazmin, Santiago, Jareth, Alex, Lesley, Milania, Peter, Briana, Clemente, & Julia.   

Username: Lunch Number.           Teacher's email: imartinez@eusd.org

 

8. Bonus Time- If you are finished with ALL your independent work, you may do a one of these educational activities: Brainpop Jr., Prodigy Math, GoNoodle, Art for Kids Hub, Storyline, or NitroType. Please go through Clever to access these activities. You may also download the app through Self Service.

 

 

 

smileyWednesday 11/18


8:00 Zoom Meeting Link

 

Math Warm-Up Fluency

 

Math Lesson G3M2L13: round two and three digit numbers to the nearest ten on the vertical number line.  Link

 

Flocabulary- Rounding Link

 

 

**Example Problems: Slide 11 Link

 

Round 42  to the nearest 10 on a number line with 45 as a midpoint.

 

Round 367 to the nearest 10 on a number line with 365 as a midpoint.

 

 

 

 

**Complete the Exit Ticket on Slides

 

 

8:30  Go to Clever and complete your Zearn lesson. You must finish the Fluency, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice. All unfinished Zearn assignments will need to be finished for homework.

 

9:00 Language Arts- Benchmark Unit G3 U4 W3 Lesson 3 Link

Character's Point of View- Identify and Summarize Key Events

Read Jack and the Beanstalk- Identify text evidence to support character's point of view Link

Seesaw Activity

 

10:00 Science

Mystery Science- How dangerous is it to look at the sun? Link

*Seesaw Activity 

 

 

10:30 Mr. Martinez’ Reading Group- Zahid, Cylus, Santiago, Jareth, Rylie, Alexa, Ruben, Lesley

Guided Reading

 

11:00  **Lesley, Alexa, Jareth, Rylie, Ruben, Peter, Zahid, and Cylus- 20 minutes of Teach Your Monster How to Read.

 

12:30-3:00 Office Hours- Please contact me on Remind if you need help.

 

1:35 PE with Mr. Brinkley- Go to the Clever page and click on the PE Zoom link.

 

8:00 am- 3 pm-  Mr. Martinez’ Office Hours. Parents/students may communicate with Mr. Martinez for questions, or help on assignments on Remind.


Daily Assignments:


1. Go to Clever and complete today’s Math Zearn Mission. You must finish the Fluency, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice.


2. Go to Epic (Epic shuts off at 3 pm) and search for a book at your AR level. Once you have chosen a book to read, check that the book is available on AR. Read the book very carefully. Do not rush! You may want to read it twice. The Epic Class Code- gvq8375 Link


3. Take an AR reading test. Use your username and password (lunch number) to login. 

 

4. Finish all your Seesaw activities.

 

5. Do 30 minutes of I-Ready Reading activities.

 

6. Do 20 minutes of Teach Your Monster to Read.​​​​​​ for Lesley, Alexa, Jareth, Rylie, Ruben, Peter, Zahid, and Cylus.

 

7. Do 30 minutes of Rosetta Stone ELD on Clever for Daniel, Alexa, Jazmin, Santiago, Jareth, Alex, Lesley, Milania, Peter, Briana, Clemente, & Julia.   

Username: Lunch Number.           Teacher's email: imartinez@eusd.org

 

8. Bonus Time- If you are finished with ALL your independent work, you may do a one of these educational activities: Brainpop Jr., Prodigy Math, GoNoodle, Art for Kids Hub, Storyline, or NitroType. Please go through Clever to access these activities. You may also download the app through Self Service.

 

 


smileyThursday 11/19


8:00  Zoom Meeting Link

 

Math Warm-Up Fluency


Math Lesson G3M2L14Round to the nearest hundred on the vertical number line.  Link

 

 

**Example Problems: Slides #15 Link

 

Round 367 to the nearest 100 on a number line with 350 as a midpoint.

 

Round 823 to the nearest 100 on a number line with 850 as a midpoint.

 

**Complete the Exit Ticket on Slides

 

 

 

8:30  Go to Clever and complete your Zearn lesson. You must finish the Fluency, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice. All unfinished Zearn assignments will need to be finished for homework.

 

9:00 Language Arts- Benchmark Unit G3 U4 W3 Lesson 4 Link

 

 

State a Clear Opinion/ Opinion Writing

The Writing Process (Hamburger Writing)

 

 

After reading “The True Jack?,” reread the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale. What do you think of Jack—is he a hero, or is he a villain? In an essay, support your opinion with text evidence from “The True Jack?” and “Jack and the Beanstalk.”

Read "The True Jack ?" Link

Seesaw Activity

 

 10:00 Science

Mystery Science- Why do we call them doughnuts?