Sis. Katina Mackey-4B Reading

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Habari Gani?
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Week of October 30, 2018

ELA/Reading Anchor of the Week: Events, Procedures, Ideas, and Concepts

Language Anchor of the Week: Punctuation

Wit & Wisdom Text: love that dog



Liberation Work
Week of October 30, 2018

Day

Reading Log

Reading

Monday

Read for 20 min and complete the reading log.

Complete ELA Anchor questions 1-5

 

Review Sight Words

Tuesday

Read for 20 min and complete the reading log.

Complete Language Anchor questions 1-5

Review Sight Words

Wednesday

Read for 20 min and complete the reading log.

Complete ELA Anchor questions 6-10

 

Review Sight Words

Thursday

Read for 20 min and complete the reading log.

Complete Language Anchor questions 6-10

 

Review Sight Words

Friday

Read for 20 min and complete the reading log.

Read article and respond to the question using RACES strategy

REMINDERS

 

Liberation Work packets are now due every MONDAY to allow time over the weekend to finish any work not completed during the week!  Scholars may turn in packets on Friday if they are complete.

 

Saturday School Permission Slips are due ASAP!  Every scholar in Zulu-LeCount (4B) is encourage to attend.  Extra Credit Grades in Reading will be given for all scholars who participate!

 

Universoul Circus Tickets are still on sale for $20. The trip is on November 9th. Scholars who do not attend will have a regular scheduled school day.

 

Donations are being collected for the Diabetes Walk.  No amount is too small! 








Classroom Ancestor Info

Caroline LeCount (1846-1923).

Caroline LeCount (1846-1923). LeCount was one of the five students to graduate from the Institute for Colored Youth in 1863. She had been an exemplary student, who became an accomplished educator. When she was named principal of Catto Elementary school, LeCount was the second African American female to be name principal of a Philadelphia public school. From her high school days, LeCount was an ardent activist for equal rights. Together, she and O.V. Catto worked to desegregate the streetcars in Philadelphia. She was his fiancée.