Navigation Plan 4th Grade

Teacher: Mrs. Baize    Student Name:_________________________   Parent/Guardian Signature:____________________

DATE

Monday 4/22

Tuesday 4/23

Wednesday 4/24

Thursday 4/25

Friday 4/26

Grammar

Review Concepts 2

(p 129)

TEST #17

Predicate Nominative/ Direct Object

Complements with Action Verbs/Indirect Object (p 130)

Complements--Indirect Objects (p 132)

Complements--Indirect Objects (p 132)

Reading

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Read & Record 20+ minutes/day

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Read & Record 20+ minutes/day

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Read & Record 20+ minutes/day

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Read & Record 20+ minutes/day

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Read & Record 20+ minutes/day

Spelling

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Math

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History & Geography

Saratoga

(Wax Museum Info given)

Know 13 states & capitals

(Begin research on

Wax Museum character)

Valley Forge

Practice 13 states & capitals

Review 13 states & capitals

(Research for Wax Museum character card)

Week #31 Geography Questions due!

Reciting 13 states & capitals

Science

None

Fossil Unit Test

None

Geology--Mountain Formations

(Mountain Project or Test?)

Language Arts

Literature

Patty Reed’s Doll

Narrative--UT Compose

(2:15-2:50)

Patty Reed’s Doll

Patty Reed’s Doll

Language Arts

Writing

Writing--Narrative

Finish 1st Draft

Poem--“Clarence”

Present “Humanity”

Poem--”Clarence”

Illustrate

(S & P), Poetry &

Penmanship

(S&P) “Through thick or thin….” assignment

Cursive L99

Poem--”Clarence”

  (S&P)“Through thick or thin….”  assignment due!

UT Studies

29 UT Counties

 

29 UT Counties

29 UT Counties

Specials

Music & PE

Art

Music & PE

Art & Keyboarding

Logic


Adjective Questions:                Article Adjectives:                Adjectives modify:  nouns & pronouns

  What kind?                          a

  What color?                          an                                Article adjectives modify:  nouns only                

  What size?                          the

  How many?                                                        Order multiple adjectives:  from general to specific

  Which one?

Possessive Pronouns: (PRO)                Possessive Pronoun Adjectives: (PPA)            Possessive Nouns:                Progressive Tenses:        

(singular)        (plural)                        (singular)                (plural)                            Usually add ‘s                For present, past, &

mine                       ours                        my                        our                                                        future progressive

yours                     yours                        his                        their                                                        tenses--action verbs

hers                 theirs                        her                        your                                                        end in ing.

his                                        its

Adverbs: (Adv)                        Prepositions:

Modify verbs, adjectives,        aboard, about above                before behind below                except for from                past since through

or other adverbs                across after against                  beneath beside between        in inside into                throughout to toward

                                along among around at                beyond but by                        like near of off                under underneath

                                                                down during                        on out outside over        until up upon

                                                                                                                        with within without

                                                        Common

Object of the Preposition: (N-OP)                        Conjunctions:                Interjections:          (Examples)

A noun or a pronoun after the preposition                and but or for                Strong emotion:   Wow!   Great!   Yahoo!

(Answers the question “what” or “which”)                        nor so yet                Mild emotion:       Oh,          Yes,          No,

(Ex: at the store)

Progressive Present Tense:                Progressive Past Tense:                Future Progressive Tense:                   Predicate Nominative

I am writing.                                I was writing.                                I will be writing.                           Noun/pronoun after a

He/she is writing.                        He/she was writing.                        He/she will be writing.                            linking verb (N-PN)

They are writing.                        They were writing.                        They will be writing.                                     Answers questions what?

                              or who?

                                                                                                                           Means the same thing as

Direct Object                                                                                                                   subject noun

Noun/pronoun after action verb

(N-DO)