Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

2nd Hour – Fund. Admin.  Tech:   The students completed Lab # 1 creating  formulas and formatting a chart.

3rd Hour – Accounting I:    Chapter 9-6 Mastery worksheets

4th Hour – Personal Financial Literacy: Module 5.4 Time is money and completed a worksheet over comparison of checking accounts

5th Hour – Accounting II:  Ch 13-2 calculating unemployment and other taxes and recording payroll on the cash payments journal

6th Hour – Yearbook:     web site was down – the class worked on theme ideas for next year and completed activity 17.2

7th Hour – Fund. Admin. Tech:  The students completed Lab # 1 creating  formulas and formatting a chart.



Picture Book: Zara’s Hats

Song: Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

New High Frequency Word: they

Skill: Phoneme Blending word building

New Letter: “Jj”

Seat work: Handwriting letter”Jj”

Computers: “Jj”

Teacher Table: Pgs. 7&8 Introduce new Decodable Reader, ” A Big Mess”

Math: Chapter Test, Measurement

Reading and Language ArtsSerious Farm Day 3 PASS– listen/ask questions for understanding, speak articulately/audibly, read high-frequency irregularly spelled words, use pre-reading strategies, ask/respond questions, demonstrate awareness of sounds, use short/long/r-controlled vowels, spell correctly words with various vowel patterns, retell narratives, make comparisons/draw conclusions, produce oral/written summaries, analyze/evaluate information, expand vocabulary by listening to/reading texts.

Math– Lesson 15.4 – Subtract a 1-Digit Number from a 2-Digit Number PASS– M2.2.b, M2.2.c


Subtracting (related facts)


Sound of the week

word wall

phonics adding

word building

robust vocab

spelling review

problem /solution


fluency words review


Teacher’s Table: pg. 8 in theme book & read decodable reader #3, A Big Mess
Seat Work: “J, j” Jacks handwriting w/s
Computers: J, j
Song: The Mulberry Bush
New Letter: J, j
New High Frequency Word: they
Picture Book: Zara’s Hats
Skills Introduced/Reviewed: phoneme blending & blending letters/sounds together to make words, identifying various genres.
Robust Vocabulary Words: adore, melancholy, & exquisite
Math: pgs. 101 & 102, review of measurement.
Pass Objectives: Reading/Literature: Oral Reading: 2.2, 3, 3.2 Reading/ Listening: 1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2.6, 3.1, 4.1, 6.1, 7, 7.2 Writing/Grammar 2.2, 2.2a Math: Measurement, 1 & 4.

1st hr. 4th Handwriting/Spelling- Standard 3.5 A-D, 3.6. Practiced writing the letter v. Discussed character quote- Perseverance. W.S. 84 was due. Assigned W.S. 85-86. Test will be tomorrow.

2nd hr. 1st P.E.-Red Rover.

3rd hr. 3rd P.E.- Jail Dodgeball.

4th hr. 2nd P.E.- Introduced Jail Dodgeball.

5th hr. Kdg. P.E.- Pac Man.

6th hr. 4th P.E.- Jail Dodgeball.

7th hr. 4th S.S.-Standard 3: 2. Standard 4: 2. Lesson 3 Chapter 8 Oklahoma’s Agriculture. Lesson Objectives: Defined agriculture & discussed some important changes in Oklahoma’s agriculture over the years. Identified important crops & products in the state. Named animals & products that are part of ranching in Oklahoma.

1st hour Clothing Lab Day students worked on lap quilts for the nursing home.

3rd hour Foods class students watched a  united streaming video  on vitamins and then identified water soluable vitamins and fat-soluable vitamins.

4th & 5th hour FACS 1 students tracked their eating habits on the My Pryamid website.

6th hour FACS 2 students in groups prepared a vegetable product. PASS Chemistry, pg 212, Standard 1.1

Chemistry, pg 212, Standard 1.2 Language Arts, pg 90, Standard 2.2b Math, pg 161, Standard 4.2

Math, pg 161, Standard 4.3 Physical Science, pg 204, Standard 1.1 Physical Science, pg 204, Standard 1.2

Technology Education, pg 410, Standard 12

7th hour Family Living students identified roles –  they thought were typically gender related.

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