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MONDAY 10/15

 

Weekly Writing Assignment: Persuasive

Prompt: Recommendation for Mrs. Farley

Skill: Action and Linking Verbs

Appositives

DGP PARTS OF SPEECH

 

TUESDAY 10/16

Complete Brainstorm

Begin Rough Draft

Focus Skill: Action and Linking Verbs

Spelling Unit 5

 

DGP PARTS OF SENTENCE

 

WEDNESDAY 10/17

Revise/Edit

Focus Skill: Action and Linking Verbs

Spelling Unit 5

 

DGP CLAUSES

 

THURSDAY 10/18

Final Draft

Spelling Unit 5

DGP

CAPITALIZATION/

PUNCTUATION

 

FRIDAY 10/19

Tests:

DGP 10

Spelling Unit 5

Action and Linking Verbs

 

DGP TEST

 

MONDAY   10/8

 

FAIR DAY

TUESDAY 10/9

Weekly Writing Assignment : Descriptive

Prompt: Fun at the Fair

Brainstorm: 5 Senses

Rough Draft

Focus Skill: Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns / Video

WEDNESDAY 10/10

Prompt - Revise/Edit

Focus Skill- Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns / Review

THURSDAY 10/11

 

Complete final copy of writing assignment

Illustrate writing assignment

Focus Skill- Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns / Review

FRIDAY 10/12

DGP Test

Oral Report (share your weekly writing assignment)

 

Indefinite Pronouns

Singular

…use with “is”

Plural

…use with “are”

someone somebody

anyone anybody

everyone everybody

no one something

either each

Few Several

Both Others

Many All

Some

 

 

Use singular verb forms with

singular indefinite pronouns.

 

Use plural verb forms with plural indefinite pronouns.

Singular or Plural

 

All Any More Most None Some

 

Reflexive Pronouns

 Reflexive pronouns are used to refer back to the subject of the sentence. Reflexive pronouns end in -self or –selves.

Singular                                         Plural

Myself

1st Person

 

Ourselves

Yourself

2nd Person

Yourselves

 

Himself Herself
 Itself

3rd Person

Themselves