## 1.8: October 17-21, 2016

“Observe Nature thoroughly rather than labor thoughtlessly” -Masanobu Fukuoka
“You don’t have a slug problem, you have a duck deficiency” -Bill Mollison

Important Dates:
October
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.
Bring a lunch and dress for rain and cold!
Background Check for all PPS Volunteers
November
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
14: Japan on the Road visit
23-25: Thanksgiving Holiday- No School
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This Week In…
Math

Grade 5 Module 2:  Multi-Digit Whole Number and Decimal Fraction Operations
Lesson Seven Objective: Connect area diagrams and the distributive property to partial products of the standard algorithm with renaming.
Lesson Eight Objective: Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm and using estimation to check for reasonableness of the product.
Lesson Nine Objective:  Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm to solve multi-step word problems.

Math Enrichment Concepts

Exponential Growth:
A Grain of Rice
Fibonacci sequence in nature:
Mathematical patterns in nature

Omnivore’s Dilemma

10. Industrial organic meal: Big organic
11. More big organic

NEWSELA

Writing/Science
Science Inquiry Work Sample: Bull Run Watershed
Topic: Portland’s drinking water. Bull Run watershed water tests for temperature and turbidity at different depths
1. Background Information, Question, Hypothesis (Hypothesis Graph)
2. Materials List and Procedure
3. Data and Observations (table and graph)
4. Analysis (What story does my graph tell?)
5. Conclusion (create one graph using information from both hypothesis graph and actual data graph)

Science
Permaculture Principles- Toby Hemenway
Watershed Wisdom of the Beaver– Toby Hemenway

にほんご

1.8 Hiragana Quiz (Thursday)

 Hiragana Romaji Hiragana Romaji みょうが myouga かぼちゃ kabocha きいろ kiiro だいこん daikon さつまいも satsumaimo せんせい sensei こんばんは konbanha(wa) みょうじ myouji おばけ obake おやすみなさい oyasuminasai こうもり koumori だいだいいろ daidaiiro りょこう ryokou こども kodomo はっぱ happa おちゃ otya りょうり ryouri りゅうこう ryuukou でんしゃ densya きょう kyou

• Speaking: Practice common classroom Japanese and new vocabulary, classroom objects.
• Writing: Practice writing the first ten columns in the hiragana chart
Column One: 　あ　い　う　え　お
Column Two: 　か　き　く　け　こ （が　ぎ　ぐ　げ　ご）
Column Three: さ　し　す　せ　そ　（ざ　じ　ず　ぜ　ぞ）
Column Four: 　た　ち　つ　て　と　（だ　ぢ　づ　で　ど）
Column Five: 　な　に　ぬ　ね　の
Column Six: 　は　ひ　ふ　へ　ほ　（ば　び　ぶ　べ　ぼ）　（ぱ　ぴ　ぷ　ぺ　ぽ）
Column Seven: ま　み　む　め　も
Column Eight: や　　　ゆ　　　よ
Column: Nine ら　り　る　れ　ろ
Column: Ten 　わ　　　　　　　を  んn