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Homework for Lesson 5

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Homework for Lesson 5    A.  Use multiple translations to discern how a word is translated and which word merits a word  study.   New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update The New King James Version English Standard Version The New International Version 4 But when the kindness of God our Savior and His love for mankind appeared, 4 But when the kindness and the love of God our Savior toward man appeared, 4 But when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, 4 But when the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared, 5 He saved us, not on the basis of deeds which we have done in righteousness, but according to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewing by the Holy Spirit,
  • connection with the visible return of jesus
  • restoration of life after death
  • connection of the use of the word
  • hope of eternal life
  • recovery of knowledge by recollection
  • gradual conforming of the man
  • world affairs
  • return
  • meaning
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Each school day our students have at least 90
minutes devoted to LITERACY BLOCK-----
That may include:
 Shared Reading
 Mini lessons
 Guided Reading Groups
 Independent Reading and Response
 Other balanced literacy activities
An dd additional 30 minutes is ddevotedd to Writing Timeline:
◦ Summer 2011
 Begin the process to realign ELA/Math district curriculum
with new CCLSCCLS for grades KK-2
◦ School Year 2011-2012
 Initial phase of implementation for K-2
WkWork to realliign grades 3-55E ELA/MLA/Matthh ddiistriict curricullum
 NYS ELA/Math Assessments aligned with 2005 Learning
◦ Summer 2012
 Continue realignment of district curriculum
◦ School Year 2012-2013
 PhasePhase IIII oof f iimplementationmplementation in K-5
 NYS ELA/Math Assessments aligned with CCLS PK-5 Balancing
 Writing from
Informational and
Literary TTextsexts
 Academic
 Staircase of
 Text Based AnswersA kindergarten student
comes into the classroom
with many skills. Most
children recognize the
alphabet, distinguish and
match upper and lower case
letters, know many of the
letter sounds, and recognize
and write their name. By the end of
kindergarten children
should be able to read at
least 50 words,,p spell 20
words, know all the
letters and sounds, and
write two complete
sentences using sound
spelling and be able to
read it aloud. In first grade children move on
and learn 100 sight words by
January and 200 by June! They
are expected to spell 40 pencil
words correctly in January and
70 in 70 in June.

First graders are k askedd to write
to tell a story and to inform the
readd Ter. Th hesentencesshould ld
begin with a capital letter, letters
shlhould bd be f formedd correctlly,words
should be spaced appropriately
and hd the sentences shhould hld have end