2.5: December 7-11

16- 2 hr. Late Opening
21- First day of Winter Break- No School


Module 3: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
Current Topic- Equivalent Fractions
• Lesson 1 Objective- Make equivalent fractions with the number line, the area model, and numbers
• Lesson 2 Objective- Make equivalent fractions with sums of fractions with like denominators
• Lesson 3 Objective-  Add fractions with unlike units using the strategy of creating equivalent fractions

• Lesson 4 Objective- Add fractions with sums between one and two

Christmas Carol- Charles Dickens

  • Stave Three: The Second of the Three Spirits
  • Stave Four: The Last of the Three Spirits

• Socratic Seminar: Philosopher- Martin Heideggar 1889-1976 (German)
Text: Do we control technology or does technology control us?

Reflections-  The First Spirit & the Second Spirit


Katakana 2.5


Hiragana Katakana Hiragana Katakana
らーめん  ラーメン ぽーとらんど  ポートランド
れもん  レモン こんぴゅーたー コンピューター
らじお  ラジオ らいと ライト
てれび  テレビ ぶるーべりー ブルーベリー
ちょこれーと  チョコレート べっど ベッド
こかこーら  コカコーラ どーなつ ドーナツ
ぱいなっぷる  バイナップル ほてる ホテル
まんごー  マンゴー きゃべつ キャベツ
きゅうい  キュウイ れたす  レタス
あめりか  アメリカ あぼがど  アボガド



Part 3 due on or before Friday, December 11

• Conduct Experiment and Record Data and Observations- Record written observations and labeled sketches in your science fair journal as you conduct your experiment.
• Record your data in a table that is titled and clearly labeled.
• Graph the data clearly and accurately.
In order to provide more reliable data, your experiment should be repeated several times.
It is a good idea to do a rough draft in your science journal before making a final draft.
You can use the graphing tool on our web site, or a software program such as excel (advanced) to construct your graph.