1.5: September 26-30, 2016
26: Native garden community work day, 3:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m.
bring a shovel for planting, clippers for trimming, and a wheel barrel for compost
14: Statewide Inservice- No School
19: 2hr Late Opening, School begins at 10:45 a.m.
21: Bull Run Watershed Field Trip, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Background Check for all PPS Volunteers
4: End of Quarter #1, Teacher Planning Day- No School
9 & 10: Parent/Teacher Conferences 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
*Call office for Scheduling 503.916.6200
11: Veterans Day: No School
23-25: Thanksgiving Holiday- No School
This week in…
Lesson 14: Divide decimals with a remainder using place value understanding and relate to a written method.
Lesson 15: Divide decimals using place value understanding, including remainders in the smallest unit.
Lesson 16: Solve word problems using decimal operations.
Unit Test: End of Module 1 Assessment
EngageNY Math website
Topic: Arithmetic Operations
Lessons- Dividing Decimals
• After the end- precise language, practicing “show don’t tell”
Writing outline for five paragraph essay
Reading: Omnivore’s Dilemma
Where does our food come from?
Part 1: The Industrial Meal: Food From Corn
• Chapter 6 Processed Foods
• Chapter 7 Fat from Corn
• Chapter 8 The Omnivore’s Dilemma
Black Soldier Fly Larvae Inquiry Lab Report
part 1: Question and Hypothesis Graph
x-axis Independent Variable
y-axis Dependent Variable
part 2: materials list and procedure (designing the investigation)
part 3: collecting data- table and graph, written observations, thoughts, questions, and sketches.
part 4: analysis- what story does my data tell?
part 5: Conclusion
Lorax Project- Understanding the “Big Picture” cause and effect connections and feedback loops that lead to collapse (degeneration).
Solution: moving towards limited or zero waste and regenerating the system
Tools of a systems thinker
• BOTG’s (Behavior over time graphs)
• Connection Circles
• Causal Loops
• Ladder of Inference
• Tragedy of the commons
• Unintended consequences
• Numbers 1-100
あいうえお と かきくけこ (review)
さしすせそ と たちつてと (review)
なにぬねの と はひふへほ (review)
まみむめも と や ゆ (review)
New Vocabulary to Translate to romaji
Friday’s Quiz 1.5.
|らくだ||rakuda (camel)||いるか||iruka (dolphin)|
|りんご||ringo (apple)||れんが||renga (brick)|
|たべる||taberu (eat)||ろば||roba (donkey)|
|れいぞうこ||reizouko (refrigerator)||わら||wara (straw)|
|ろうそく||rousoku (candle)||わたし||watashi (I)|
|わたあめ||wataame (cotton candy)||じをかく||jiwokaku (writing letter)|
|えをかく||ewokaku (drawing a picture)||らいげつ||raigetsu (next month)|
|うんどう||undou (exercise)||ふくろう||fukurou (owl)|
|らいねん||rainen (next year)||りか||rika (science)|
|りす||risu (squirrel)||じんるい||jinrui (mankind)|