Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

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Kipling Elementary School is a Chicago Public School educating students from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Fourth Grade Homework 2/23-2/27/2015

HOMEWORK             ROOM 108         Fourth Grade      MRS. KELLEY            Week of 2/23-2/27/2015

Students that were unsuccessful in completing path 2 last week will have one more week to show they can get the work done. If they are not successful, two weeks in a row, they will be asked to complete Path 2.

Path 1- Complete Written Homework Mon, Wed, Fri, 50 minutes of IXL(based on your goal from data meeting), and 40 minutes of Compass (based on your goal from data meeting).


MONDAY- p. 325   1-26                                                    TUESDAY-  See Technology Requirements **

WEDNESDAY-  p. 325 31-34 and 326 35-47              THURSDAY- See Technology Requirements **

FRIDAY-    p. 330  1-25    

TECHNOLOGY    ** All tech. components should be completed by Saturday, February 27th at 5:00p.m. 

Path 2**- All work online. All homework will be audited after 5:00 p.m. on  Saturday, February 27th .

1) 60 minutes on IXL- Focus Skills from data meeting. (When we meet for data meetings again, the expectation will be that your specified skills will be in the process of being completed. You should be able to show me what has been completed since our meeting.)

2) 50 minutes on COMPASS- Focus Skills from data meeting. (We will find the percentage of folders completed since our last meeting. That percentage should be close to 5%*)  * This may seem like a lot, but you get 60 minutes of Compass in the computer lab and 30 during centers, so you should be able to knock this out.

3)30 minutes in Khan. Working in 4th Grade as well as Mastering at least 1 recommended skill. I should be able to look and see that you are practicing many skills, but at least one should be mastered each week.


SCIENCE-   Final test has been postponed until Friday, February 27th.

Vocabulary-   Landform      weathering     erosion            deposition       landslide        

                         volcano          fault                earthquake     epicenter