Chatman-Norfleet, Melissa

 

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Greetings! My name is Melissa Chatman-Norfleet. I am a 4th Grade teacher at Dunbar Elementary School. I teach English/Language Arts, and Social Studies. I have been working in the education field for 23 years.  I have taught in grades 1-8 and served as an administrator for 11 years.   I earned my Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Eastern Illinois University in 1996.  My love for learning led me to pursue my Masters in Educational Administration. I graduated from Eastern Illinois University with my Masters in 2001. I truly believe my life’s purpose is to educate children as a whole; helping them to not only reach but move beyond their educational and lifelong goals. I am happy to have the opportunity to collaborate with a wonderful team of educators, parents, and students to fulfill our mission. Go Eagles!

 

September 17-21

Reading

Essential Question: How can starting a business help others?

Reading Skill – Main Ideas and Key Details

Reading Strategy – Reread

Genre- Persuasive Article

Phonics/Word Study – Long O

Vocabulary Words

 

  • compromise-is to be sympathetic
  • enterprise-something difficult or important that a person plans or tries to do
  • exceptional-to be extraordinary
  • funds-money that is ready for use
  • innovative-is new or done in a new way
  • process– a series of actions performed when making or doing something
  • routine– a fixed way or method of doing something

 

  • undertaking-something someone decides to do or start

Spelling Words: Long O

bolt                   mold             toll                  shadow

flow                   mows           lower               blown

quote                 mole             stone             stove

chose                sole               stole               goal

groan               load              roasting         woe

 

Writing: Writing a Personal Narrative

 

Social Studies

Unit 1 Lesson 3: 

Big Idea: 

Essential Question: 

Vocabulary

Homework

Monday:

*Read for at least 20 minutes

Tuesday:

*Read for at least 20 minutes

Wednesday:

*Read for at least 20 minutes

Thursday:

*Read for at least 20 minutes

Friday:

*Read for at least 20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

One Comment
  1. Savaud will not be attending school tomorrow nor Thursday. He has 2 doctors appointments that he must attend. The work that he will be missing out on can he have it Friday. I told him to tell his teachers he said he forgot

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