In math, we continued with long division. What we started with on Wednesday and Thursday was to discontinue the use of having a remainder in the quotient. Instead, students wrote the quotients with decimals if it wasn't evenly divisible (no remainder).
Today, I expanded it by teaching them how to divide a decimal by a whole number and a decimal by a decimal number. This was again very simple to master since like all math concepts, it involves taking the same known rules, and adding a step or two. However, I realize that not all students are ready so what I did was have two-three options on the board for each problem. The students could solve it by a decimal in the quotient or do the one involving the division of decimals.
In social studies, students presented their projects to the rest of the class. They did this by sharing their fictional refugee, the character's place of origin, the reason for leaving, and the host country. They did a very good job of both the sharing as well as the projects themselves!
In reading, students finished up their writing assignment where they responded to a poem by writing four paragraphs. This was a very structured assignment and students were given prompts as to which questions to answer in each particular paragraph. It wasn't as if they were given a poem and the task to writing four paragraphs without any guidance at all.