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Ms. Nune's 4th Grade Reading/ELA Class & Word List
This week, we are going to read our story titled "The History of Video Games." Students will learn compare and contrast video games in the 80's and the early 2000's.

We are also going to continue working on our writing. Students will be writing four paragraph opinion essays including an introduction, two body paragraphs, and a conclusion.

Students got 20 spelling words along with five challenge words to study for the next two weeks. The students will have a spelling test on Friday, April 26th. We are working on words with the following prefixes: -dis, -un, -in.

Every Friday is Flash Fridays. The last 30 minutes of class, we will be reading our class novel with the lights turned off. Students can find a comfortable spot in the room and will use their flashlights to follow along as I read the class novel. Students are more then welcome to bring throw blankets or stuffed animals to get comfortable.

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Vocabulary Words & Meanings
Mount Olympus: highest mountain in Greece and is known as the legendary home of the Greek gods and goddesses in Greek mythology.
lumbers: to move in a slow, heavy, and clumsy way.
drab: dull, boring, or lacking in brightness or color.
fuchsia: flower or a vibrant color that is a blend of pink or purple.
chariot: a light, two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by two horses and used for transportation in a battle.
gnarled: describes something, usually wood or a person's hands, as twisted, knotted, and rugged. devious: someone that is sly or deceitful and dishonest.
steely: escribes something as having the qualities of steel such as strength, hardness, or resilience.
glum: gloomy or sad

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Important Information

April 15th

Wednesday:ELA Lab
Thursday:Performing Arts
Friday:Flashlight Fridays