5th Grade with Ms. Cartwright Assignments

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Realize Login in Google Classroom

Realize Login

Please use the below link to connect your Google Classroom account to your Realize Account.

Past Assignments

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11/11 ELA: Poetry Comprehension in Google Classroom

11/11 ELA: Poetry Comprehension

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11/9 Science: Changes in Matter in Google Classroom

11/9 Science: Changes in Matter

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11/8 Math: 3-4: Multiply 2-Digit by 2-Digit Numbers in Google Classroom

11/8 Math: 3-4: Multiply 2-Digit by 2-Digit Numbers

Practice multiplying 2-digit numbers by completing the additional practice. 

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11/8 ELA: Poem Comprehension  in Google Classroom

11/8 ELA: Poem Comprehension

Last week you read this poem out loud to Ms. Cartwright. Read it again quietly to yourself, then answer the 4 comprehension questions and turn it in. 

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11/3 Math: 3-4: Multiply 2-Digit by 2-DIgit Numbers in Google Classroom

11/3 Math: 3-4: Multiply 2-Digit by 2-DIgit Numbers

Continue working on the Independent Practice problems. Watch the video to see me explain how to do an example problem.

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11/3 ELA: Metaphors and Similes in Google Classroom

11/3 ELA: Metaphors and Similes

Listen to one of these songs and identify as many metaphors and similes in each as you can. Then, choose one and write what the figurative language means.

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10/27 ELA: Newsela - Indigenous Americans  in Google Classroom

10/27 ELA: Newsela - Indigenous Americans

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10/21-10/22 SS: Research in Google Classroom

10/21-10/22 SS: Research

Continue researching your assigned tribe using the resources I provided.

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10/22 Math: Topic 2 Online Assessment in Google Classroom

10/22 Math: Topic 2 Online Assessment

Use strategies to add and subtract decimals. You can use models (flats, long, squares) or bar diagrams, or even number lines to help solve. 

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10/22 ELA: Personal Narrative 2nd Draft Self Assessment + 15 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/22 ELA: Personal Narrative 2nd Draft Self Assessment + 15 Minutes of Lexia

Use the Personal Narrative Criteria list to check that your personal narrative meets all the criteria. If you find that your narrative is missing something, write it down in your journal and write how you are going to change your narrative for the final draft to meet that criteria. We are going to work on the final draft of our personal narratives next week. 


Then, do 15 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/20 ELA: Start Revisions for Second Draft + 15 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/20 ELA: Start Revisions for Second Draft + 15 Minutes of Lexia

Start working on your second draft of the personal narrative. Make sure it meets all the criteria! 


Then, do 15 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/21 ELA: Personal Narrative 2nd Draft + 15 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/21 ELA: Personal Narrative 2nd Draft + 15 Minutes of Lexia

Continue working on your second draft of the personal narrative. Try to finish your second draft today. 


Then, do 15 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/21 Math: 2-6: Problem Solving: Model with Math in Google Classroom

10/21 Math: 2-6: Problem Solving: Model with Math

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10/20 Math: 2-6: Problem Solving: Model with Math in Google Classroom

10/20 Math: 2-6: Problem Solving: Model with Math

Watch the Visual Learning Video, try the Convince Me problem, then use the Practice Buddy to do the independent practice and problem solving problems. Use loose scratch paper to help you solve. 

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10/18 ELA: Personal Narrative Rough Draft + 20 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/18 ELA: Personal Narrative Rough Draft + 20 Minutes of Lexia

Keep working on your personal narrative rough draft. Make sure that it includes an introduction, a sequence of 4 major events, and a conclusion. 


Then, do 20 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/19 Math: 2-5: Use Strategies to Subtract Decimals in Google Classroom

10/19 Math: 2-5: Use Strategies to Subtract Decimals

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10/19 ELA: Personal Narrative Revisions + 20 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/19 ELA: Personal Narrative Revisions + 20 Minutes of Lexia

Read through your personal narrative 3 times through. Do you need more details? Is there any information that is not relevant or necessary to your story? Do you have sensory details? Do you have at least 2 dialogue sentences?


Write down at least 4 things that you can improve on in your next revision. 


Then, do 20 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/18 Math: 2-5: Use Strategies to Subtract Decimals in Google Classroom

10/18 Math: 2-5: Use Strategies to Subtract Decimals

Watch the Visual Learning video, do the Convince Me activity, then get started on the Practice Buddy problems.

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10/14 ELA: Personal Narrative + 15 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/14 ELA: Personal Narrative + 15 Minutes of Lexia

Work through the "Develop a Sequence of Events" to lay out what your four major events or plot points are going to be. Then, start your first draft of the personal narrative. Use the "Draft with Transitions" page to give you ideas for transition words to use.


Once you've done a rough draft, do 15 minutes of Lexia

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10/15 Math: Lesson 2-4 Practice in Google Classroom

10/15 Math: Lesson 2-4 Practice

Work through the additional practice Practice Buddy. Then take the Quick Check! You can use as much scratch paper as you need to do these problems. 

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10/15 ELA: Develop a Conclusion + 20 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/15 ELA: Develop a Conclusion + 20 Minutes of Lexia

You do not have to do the "My Turn" at the bottom of the page. Answer the questions, then decide which would make the best conclusion for your story. Add that conclusion to the end of your personal narrative. Read through your personal narrative and make sure it makes sense. Is there anything you need to add?


Finally, do 20 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/19 SS: Indigenous Shelters Research Project in Google Classroom

10/19 SS: Indigenous Shelters Research Project

We are getting ready to start our group research project for social studies, so please fill out this form to help me form your groups.

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10/14 Math: Lesson 2-4 in Google Classroom

10/14 Math: Lesson 2-4

Watch the Visual Learning video two times through. Then, try the Convince Me problem. You can use the text tool to type your explanation. Then, start working on the Practice Buddy Problems. When you are done with all of these, click the "Turn in All" button, then turn in this assignment on Google Classroom. :)

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10/12-10/13 Science: Properties of Matter in Google Classroom

10/12-10/13 Science: Properties of Matter

Read the eText about the properties matter has. Then, watch the video. Finally, complete the activity and submit the assignment. This can be done over the course of two days.

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10/12 ELA: 2-3: Use Models to Add and Subtract Decimals in Google Classroom

10/12 ELA: 2-3: Use Models to Add and Subtract Decimals

Practice using models to add and subtract decimals. Make sure to use a scratch piece of paper to draw your models and put it in your binder in the math section when you are done. 

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10/12 ELA: Compose with Dialogue + 15 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/12 ELA: Compose with Dialogue + 15 Minutes of Lexia

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10/11 Math: 2-3: Use Models to Add and Subtract Decimals in Google Classroom

10/11 Math: 2-3: Use Models to Add and Subtract Decimals

Watch the Visual Learning video about using models to add and subtract decimals twice through. Then, use the Independent Practice Buddy to practice this. Use a scratch piece of paper to draw models for the practice problems.

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9/27-10/1 Science: Matter in Google Classroom

9/27-10/1 Science: Matter

Read the sections of this eText titled: Observing Properties, Measuring Properties, Conductors of Heat and Electricity, and Solubility. When you read a vocabulary word in context (in the text), add the text's definition to our science vocabulary in your binder. Then, answer the 2 questions in the Lesson 1 Check and submit the assignment.

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10/5-10/6: Model Matter in Google Classroom

10/5-10/6: Model Matter

Read the eText for Lesson 2, watch the video, then do the activity called "Matter is Everywhere." This is a fun interactive activity about elements and atoms!

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10/4 Math: Dynamath in Google Classroom

10/4 Math: Dynamath

Read the Dynamath article "Are You Superstitious?" then use the data to answer each question in the Google Form. 



When you are done, submit the Google Form. You can then explore the Dynamath pages!

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10/1 ELA: Newsela + 10 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

10/1 ELA: Newsela + 10 Minutes of Lexia

Today, read, reread, and reread again, this Newsela article about indigenous people. That means you should read it three times.


Then, do 10 minutes of Lexia. 

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9/29 ELA: Independent and Dependent Clauses + 10 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

9/29 ELA: Independent and Dependent Clauses + 10 Minutes of Lexia

Read about independent and dependent clauses in the interactive student text using this link. Then, revise the paragraph at the bottom of the page based on the instructions in the text. Once you are finished, submit the assignment on Savvas.


Then, do 10 minutes of Lexia. 

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9/27-9/28 Math: Lesson 1-6 in Google Classroom

9/27-9/28 Math: Lesson 1-6

Work through the interactive student text for Lesson 1-6. For the independent practice and problem solving problems, use the text box tool to type your answers. When you have totally finished, submit the assignment on Savvas.

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9/29 Math: Lesson 1-7 in Google Classroom

9/29 Math: Lesson 1-7

Work through Lesson 1-7 in the interactive student text. You may have to use the text box tool to type your answer for the problems. When you have finished the whole lesson, submit the assignment on Savvas.

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9/30 Math: Lesson 1-7 in Google Classroom

9/30 Math: Lesson 1-7

Finish working through Lesson 1-7 in the interactive student text. You may have to use the text box tool to type your answer for the problems. When you have finished the whole lesson, submit the assignment on Savvas.

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9/30 ELA: Compound and Complex Sentences + 10 Minutes of Lexia in Google Classroom

9/30 ELA: Compound and Complex Sentences + 10 Minutes of Lexia

On a lined piece of paper, take notes on the 3 types of sentences (simple, complex, and compound). Then, copy down the 5 sentences from this Language and Conventions worksheet and label what type of sentence they are. 



Then, do 10 minutes of Lexia. 

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10/1 Math: Topic 1 Assessment in Google Classroom

10/1 Math: Topic 1 Assessment

Take the Topic 1 Assessment on Place Value and Decimals.

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9/14 ELA - myFocus Reader: Sailing Solo Around the World in Google Classroom

9/14 ELA - myFocus Reader: Sailing Solo Around the World

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9/15 1-3: Decimals to Thousandths in Google Classroom

9/15 1-3: Decimals to Thousandths

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9/13 ELA in Google Classroom

9/13 ELA

In the Student Interactive Text, complete the following activities underneath Journeys, Week 1:
Reading Workshop - Genre
Reading-Writing Bride - Vocabulary
Writing Workshop - Analyze a Personal Narrative

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9/14 1-2: Understand Whole-Number Place Value in Google Classroom

9/14 1-2: Understand Whole-Number Place Value

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9/13 Math in Google Classroom

9/13 Math

Today we are finishing our lesson from Friday. Continue working on math Topic 1 - Lesson 1. Watch the "Another Look", complete the "Practice Buddy: Independent Practice, Problem-Solving" problems, and take the "Quick Check". Then do 5 minutes of the "Adaptive Practice." When you have finished these 4 things, submit the assignment. You can look back at the student interactive text to see your notes from Friday or to use the Guided Practice for help. 

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Unit 1 Introduction in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Introduction

Watch the video and answer the Turn and Talk question in the digital notebook provided. Scroll down to the academic vocabulary and press the play button to hear the words read aloud. Then read their definitions and fill in the synonym boxes for each vocabulary word. A synonym is a word that has a similar meaning. 9:53 AM

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Newsela - Reading Maps and Globes in Google Classroom

Newsela - Reading Maps and Globes

Yesterday we started learning about reading maps and globes and different features you may find on them. Now, read the Newsela article about lines of latitude and longitude. Click the link and read the instructions on the Newsela assignment.