**Spelling**: Spelling and Vocabulary words - pretest, Wednesday; test, Thursday

Write flashcards with the first 10 vocabulary words and use them to STUDY. The next night, write flashcards with the next 10 vocabulary words and use them to STUDY.

**analyze **- to study carefully or in detail

**bar graph** - a way to display data using rectangles or bars of different sizes

**data** - facts or information that can be used to analyze, discuss or calculate something

**gather **- to collect or bring together into a group or set

**line plot** - a way to display data using dots, x's or other symbols to represent each item

**pie chart** - a way to display data using a circle that is divided into portions to show the size of certain amounts in relation to the whole

**qualitative **- relating to the quality or characteristics of something, for example, color or shape

**quantitative **- relating to the number or amount of something, for example, height or weight

**random sample **- a part of a population chosen in such a way that every member had an equal chance of being selected

**survey **- a set of questions or prompts used to collect facts and opinions from a group of people

**acute** - an angle less than 90 degrees

**angle** - a figure made by two intersecting lines or two rays extending from the same point

**congruent** - having the same shape and size

**equilateral** - a triangle having all three sides of the same length

**hypotenuse** - the long side of a right triangle that is opposite the right angle

**isosceles** - a triangle having two sides of the same length

**obtuse** - an angle between 90 and 180 degrees

**right angle** - a 90 degree angle. It is formed by two perpendicular lines or line segments.

**scalene** - a triangle having three sides of all different lengths.

**triangle** - a geometric figure that has 3 straight sides and 3 angles totaling 180 degrees

**Bonus word: statistics** - the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data

**Reading**: NC 4 RL 4.5 Explain major differences
between poems, drama, and
prose, and refer to the structural
elements of poems and drama
when writing or speaking about
a text, *with a focus on figurative language*.

**Test 3/1**

**Math**: __NC 4 MD 4__ - Represent and interpret data using whole numbers.
• Collect data by asking a question that yields numerical data.
• Make a representation of data and interpret data in a frequency table, scaled bar graph, and/or line plot.
• Determine whether a survey question will yield categorical or numerical data.

**Quiz Wednesday, 2/28**

NC 4 G 2 - Classify quadrilaterals and triangles based on angle measure,

side lengths, and the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines.

**Quiz Friday, 3/8**

**Social Studies: **North Carolina History: Three Parts of the Government

**Science**: Nutrition