3.8: March 28-April 1

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This week in…

Japanese:

Friday’s oral Quiz

History:

Unit-What basic ideas about government did the founders have?
Lesson 1: What were the British colonies in America like in the 1770’s?
Lesson 2: Why did the Founders believe that people needed a government?
Lesson 3: What is a republican government?
Lesson 4: What is a constitutional government?

Math:

Mathematical Goals for  Determining Tax
Understand that a percent is a decimal fraction with a denominator of 100.
Represent $1.00 as 100 pennies, and relate this to partitioning a number line into 100 parts.
Represent percents as decimals and use decimal computation to compute percents.

Mathematical Goals for Computing Tips
Represent percents as decimals and use decimal computation to compute percents.
Explore the relationship between 1% and 10% and use these to compute 5%, 15%, and 20% tips.
Work backwards to find the amount of the bill if you know the tip and the percent of tip for the bill

Mathematical Goals for Finding Bargains
Use percents in estimating or computing taxes, tips, and discounts.
Find what percent one number is of another number.
Solve problems using percents.

Mathematical Goals for Clipping Coupons
Develop a strategy for finding the percent of discount an amount taken off a price represents.
Use percents in estimating taxes, tips, and discounts.

Science:
Planting our garden

  • acquiring plants, soil, and tools needed
  • activating plant community plan design

Socratic Seminar:
TBA