5th/6th Grade Snapshot

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    September 16-20
     
      

     

     
      5th Grade 6th Grade
    Monday

    Math: Lesson 12  H.W. #1-30 

    English: "One Small Step", practicing annotating key idea and supporting details, start rough draft of opinion writing piece 

    Science: Discuss Reading/Simulation

        Separating a Dry Mixture

    STEM: Using the research you did on your element, create an square for your element to add to the giant periodic table.

     

    Math: Lesson 11  H.W. #1-30

    English: What's that Word 1.4 (semi, medi)

     Library Visit 
     Figurative Language Lesson and IXL worktime 

    Social Studies: Students will be able to describe Athenian Democracy after reading chapter 2, “Athens” in Core books. Students will also explore the Iliad through excerpts and online resources.

    -Read Chapter 2 in table groups- table talk about the Big Question “In what ways was Athenian democracy limited?”

    -The Iliad: The Story of the cyclops on chrome books

    Tech: Typing Qwest Lesson 1 Due

        Walt Whitman Blind typing Due in class

     

    Tuesday

    Math: Lesson 13  H.W. #1-30 

    English: "One Small Step", practicing annotating key idea and supporting details, continue rough draft

    Social Studies: Students will use maps, Core books, and video to infer what Mayan societies may have looked like.

     Video: Intro. to Mesoamericans

     Compare maps:  Today vs. Mesoamerican times

     Read Ch. 1 “Maya: The Rainforest Civilization”.

     Set up notebooks for this unit, begin note catcher.

    Tech: Code.org Lesson 2 and 5 due

         Vocabulary Sketchnoting folder Due Sept 19th

          Code.org Lesson 6 Paper folding and Tangrams in Class

     

     

    Math: Lesson 12  H.W. #1-30 

    English: Personal Dictionary 1.4 (semi, medi), Peer Pressure Poem, and Josef w/ a partner (pages 18-24)

    Science: Meet the Microscope

    STEM: Research your alternate form of energy with your group, and use what you find to create a presentation to share with the class. 

    Wednesday

    Math: Lesson 14   H.W. #1-30 

    English:  Compare and contrast "One Small Step" and current article about going to the moon, peer edit rough drafts

    Science: Reading Separating Mixtures/ Online Simulation

    STEM: Using the research you did on your element, create an square for your element to add to the giant periodic table.

     

    Math: Lesson 13  H.W. #1-30 

    English: Free Write Response,  Figurative Language Lesson and IXL worktime and  Isabel as a read aloud (pages 25-29)

    Social Studies: 

    Students will compare and contrast Athens and Sparta after reading chapter 3 in their Core books.

     Students will read chapter 3, then use their books to look back at chapters 2 and 3 to complete a compare/contrast sheet with their table.

     Video: Athens and Sparta

    Tech: Input and Outputs worksheet 

          Card Sorting Algorithm Unit 1 Lesson 6

     

    Thursday

    Math: Test 2A

    English: Complete final draft of writing piece and type it   

    Social Studies:Students will use chrome books and Core books to research an aspect of society (Architecture, Religion, Inventions, Language, etc.) in Mayan, Incan, and Aztec cultures.  Students will compare/contrast between the three civilizations and create a slideshow in google classroom to share with the class.

    Tech: Code.org Lesson 7 in Class Due Sept 25th

    Vocabulary Sketchnoting folder Due

    Math: Lesson 14  H.W. #1-30 

    English: Weekly Practice 1.4 (semi, medi),  Literature Circles, Mahmoud (pages 30 - 33) 

    Science: Quiz

    STEM: Research your alternate form of energy with your group, and use what you find to create a presentation to share with the class. 

     

    Friday  

    Math: Lesson 15  H.W. #1-30 

    English: Open notes reading quiz and presenting writing piece

    Science: Quiz

    STEM: Using the research you did on your element, create an square for your element to add to the giant periodic table.

     

    Math: Test

    English: Word Work Quiz 1.4 (semi, medi)

    Social Studies: Students will learn about the ancient Olympic games (Chapter 4), through Core books and videos.  Students will compare ancient games with the Olympics of today.

     Read Chapter 4 “Olympics” in Core books. Students will answer the big question in notebooks: “What were the Olympic Games like?”

     Video:  The ancient Olympics

    Tech: App evaluation group worksheet

     

     
     

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