• April 1, 2020

    Unique Learning System

    *   Log in 

    *   Breaking News

    *   World News  

    Be ready for a class discussion on the breaking news story in World News that was published on March 30, 2020.    This article discusses how businesses are impacted during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Some businesses are closed during this time.  Make sure to read the Spotlight for the week about medical scientists.  

     

     

    *   Write 2-3 complete sentences about this news article.  Here are some sentence starters:

    1.   The article is about __________________________.

    2.   An important fact is __________________________________.

    3.  After reading this article, I feel ________________________________.

       

     

    Core

    reading

    For the core activity please complete one calendar and weather report for the day. Continue to use your notebook to keep a weather chart for the week.

     

    https://n2ypublish.azureedge.net/documents/new2you/3_Publish/newspaper/2019_2020/957_coronavirus/coronavirus_simplified.pdf

     

     https://n2ypublish.azureedge.net/documents/new2you/materials/pdf/weather_worksheet.pdf

    Daily expectations for students in Mrs. Turnbow's class:

    1.  Keep a weather journal--use accuweather or wgn to record the daily weather in a notebook.  You can use the sample weather chart from the link above.

    2.  IXL math--keep up with daily practice math drills.  You should be working on IXL for at least 30 minutes per day.

    3.  N2y Library--please email me directly for passcodes if you need them.

    4.  News2You--Keep up with current issues or breaking news.  Write a paragraph about the topic using a main idea and supporting details.  Keep your paragraphs in a notebook.

    5.  News2You Spotlight--Read the current events "spotlight", which is based on medical careers especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Complete the activities that follow by choosing the correct answers for the comprehension questions.

    6.   You will receive a separate email for a money math lesson for the day. Remember to copy the problems in your math notebook.

     

    For students and families: For additional work practice, please refer to your emails for more detailed work.  I am available between the hours of 9:00-3:00. You can contact me directly at     lturnbow@emsd63.org

     

    Please directly email me for passwords to the programs used in the classroom on a daily basis.  I can guide you through some tasks and opportunities at various levels of engagement!

     

    Parents:  Once your child has completed the daily activities, please take attendance via Powerschool.  If you have any questions or concerns, please email me directly at lturnbow@emsd63.org

    Thank you,

    Mrs. turnbow

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Best way to reach me is by email:  lturnbow@emsd63.org