## 4.9: June 5-9, 2017

Important Dates
June
8:
Move up day, 2:15-2:45
14:
School Picnic (Bring a sack lunch)
15:
Big Chautauqua 9:30-10:30 (Parents are welcome)

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*Homework- work on your pechakucha  and prepare for your presentation later this week
This week in…

さんすう(Math)

Grade 5- Module 6: Problem Solving with the Coordinate Plane
Module 6:  Topic A: Coordinate Systems
2. EngageNY (Module 6: Problem Solving with the Coordinate Plane)
Lesson 1: Objective:  Construct a coordinate system on a line. No Homework
Lesson 2: Objective:  Construct a coordinate system on a plane. No Homework
Lesson 3: Objective:  Name points using coordinate pairs, and use the coordinate pairs to plot points. No Homework
• Lesson 4:
Objective:  Name points using coordinate pairs, and use the coordinate pairs to plot points. no Homework
Enrichment
Geometry
Tools: Compass, protractor, ruler
1. Draw a perpendicular to a given line
2. Bisecting any given angle
3. Make a circle from points and lines
4. Systems Thinking Project

Pechakucha (google slide show; 20 slides 20 seconds per slide): positive change project using systems thinking tools.
Presentations will begin on June 7 and continue through June 9.
Use at least Three of the following systems thinking tools in your project
1. Behavior over time graphs
2. Stock and Flow Model
3. Connection Circles
4. Causal Loops
6. Ice-berg model

4. Math Games: Math 24- Multiplying, Dividing, Adding, and Subtracting Fractions; order of operations p.e.m.d.a.s.

Sketchup

Weekly Board Games
Hands on games (social interaction) weekly for 45 minutes.
1. Blokus
2. Chess
3. Scrabble

Genre- Free choice fiction or non-fiction chapter books

Whole class book

World Without Fish- Mark Kurlansky

Writing

1. What did you become aware of or more aware of this year?
2. What do you think are the most important habits of a successful learner?
3. What do you need to do to improve as a learner?

Science/Permaculture
How do we create a self sustaining garden system?
Kaizen Legacy Project 2016-2017
regeneration planning (designing sustainable and thriving biological systems)

practice uewomuite for Big Chautauqua

Kanji Flash Cards (1-80, First Grade Kanji)
3.1:

migi, right
ame, rain
en, yen
ou, king
oto, sound
shita, under
hi, fire
hana, flour
kai, clam

3.2:

gaku, learn
ki, spirit
yasumu, rest
tama, ball
kin, gold
kyu, nine
sora, sky
tsuki, moon
inu, dog
miru, look

3.3:
go, five
kuchi, mouth

kou, school
hidari, left
san, three
yama, mountain
ko, child
yon, four
ito, string
ji, character
3.4:
mimi, ear
nana, seven
kuruma, car
te, hand
ju, ten

onna, women
chiisai, small
ue, up
mori, forest
3.5:
hito, people

mizu, water
ikiru, arrive
ao, blue
yu, evening
ishi, rock
aka, red
sen, thousand
kawa, river
3.6:
saki, first
hayai, early
kusa, grass
ashi, foot
mura, village
ookii, big
otoko, man
take, bamboo
naka, middle
mushi, insect
3.7:
machi, town
ten, heaven
ta, rice field
tsuchi, soil
ni, two
hi, day
hairu, enter
nen, year
shiro, white

hachi, eight
3.8:
hyaku, hundred
bun, sentence
ki, tree
hon, book
na, name
me, eye
tatsu, stand up
chikara, power
hayashi, woods
roku, six