1.7: October 13-17

Important Dates:

10.15 Late Opening – School begins at 10:45 am
10.29 No School, Conferences, call office to schedule
10:30 No School, Conferences, call office to schedule
10.31 No School

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This week in…

Math
• Sketching Multiplication Arrays
• Skeleton Arrays
• Sketching Arrays and Partial Products
• Multiplication Story Problems
• Double-Digit Multiplication with Pictures and Numbers
• Using a Multiplication Algorithm
• One point perspective drawing, drawing a cube casting a shadow
• Making Graphs from T-charts/Tables for Science Fair
• Order of operations game, roll 5 (Developing operational fluency)
-Green Teams:
• Math measurement activity (stock and flow models)
1. How do we collect data? (daily, weekly)
2. How do we measure/graph waste? (before after graphs)
2. How do we measure/graph efficiency? (comparison graphs)
3. How does understanding the system allow for better/longer lasting solutions?
Humanities/Science
• Reading:
Omnivore’s Dilemma
Big Ideas:
Industrial food chain’s impact on the land, water ways, animals, and people
Food from oil system vs. Food from sun system
Chapter 4- The Grain Elevator
Chapter 5- The Feedlot- Turning Corn into Meat
Chapter 6- Processed Food

• Systems Thinking:
tools used while reading Omnivore’s Dilemma
Connection Circles (understanding and looking for interdependence)
Ladder of Inference (looking at mental models)

• Science:
Five Step Science Inquiry Process reviewed

  1. Graphing your question and hypothesis, x-axis independent variable, y-axis dependent variable.
  2. Designing your investigation- Materials list and procedures
  3. Conducting your experiment- Data and Observations (table, graph, and journal observations)
    4. Analysis- What story does your data tell? What important observations did you make and record in your journal?
    5. Conclusion- Was your hypothesis supported by your analysis? Explain. Here you could show your hypothesis graph and your graph in your analysis side by side, then compare and contrast.

にほんご:
• hiragana yomikaki
review:
1. あ い う え お
2. か き く け こ
G. が ぎ ぐ げ ご
3. さ し す せ そ
Z. ざ じ ず ぜ ぞ
4. た ち つ て と
D. だ ぢ ど で ど
5. な に ぬ ね の
6. は ひ ふ へ ほ
B. ば び ぶ べ ぼ
P. ぱ ぴ ぷ ぺ ぽ
7. ま み も め も
8. や   ゆ   よ
9. ら り る れ ろ
10. わ      を (ん)
11. っ


New:ゃ ゅ ょ
12. きゃきゅきょ ぎゃぎゅぎょ しゃしゅしょ じゃじゅじょ ちゃちゅちょ ぢゃぢゅぢょ
13. にゃにゅにょ ひゃひゅひょ びゃびゅびょ ぴゃぴゅぴょ


 

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いつでもいっしょに
ぽっくり
ぽっくり
あるく
Days of the week
げつようび
かようび
すいようび
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きんようび
どようび
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三。さん
四。し/よん
五。ご
六。ろく
七。なな
八。はち
九。きゅう
十。じゅう
百。ひゃく