1.3: September 18-22, 2017

Important Dates
18: Back to School Night, 6:00-7:30 (K-2 6:00-6:40, 3-5 6:50-7:30)
20: Two Hour Late Opening
13: Statewide Inservice, No School
18: Two Hour Late Opening
8: Parent Teacher Conferences, No School
9: Parent Teacher Conferences, No School
10: End of First Quarter Teacher Planning Day, No School
22-24: Thanksgiving Vacation, No School

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This week in…
Topic E: Multiplying decimals
Lesson 11Objective:  Multiply a decimal fraction by single-digit whole numbers, relate to a written method through application of the area model and place value understanding, and explain the reasoning used. L11 Homework Due Tuesday
Lesson 12: Objective:  Multiply a decimal fraction by single-digit whole numbers, including using estimation to confirm the placement of the decimal point. L12 Homework Due Wednesday
Khan Academy: Topic E: Multiplying decimals

Topic F: Dividing decimals
Lesson 13: Objective:  Divide decimals by single-digit whole numbers involving easily identifiable multiples using place value understanding and relate to a written method. L13 Homework Due Thursday
Lesson 14: Objective:  Divide decimals with a remainder using place value understanding and relate to a written method.
Lesson 15Objective:  Divide decimals using place value understanding, including remainders in the smallest unit.
Khan Academy: Topic F: Dividing decimals


• Daily Directed Reading
September’s Genre: Nonfiction Biography or AutobiographyClassroom Literature
• September’s Book Study
I Am Malala
Part Two: A Shadow Over Our Valley
Chapter six: Radio Mullah
Chapter seven: The Taliban Swat
Chapter eight: No One is Safe
Chapter nine: Candy from the Sky
Chapter ten: 2008: What Terrorism Feels Like
Part Three: Finding My Voice
Chapter eleven: A Chance to Speak
Chapter twelve: A Schoolgirls’s Diary
• Read Aloud
Sophie’s World by J. Gaarder
(selected parts only)

Autobiography (Personal Narrative- Memoir)
This is a four week project.
Week 2 of 4
Part 1: Introduction (one paragraph)
1. The Hook – Start your essay with a statement about the story that grabs your reader’s
attention. You may want it to be a little vague to get the reader curious like, “It was all going
downhill, and I couldn’t stop it.” Or you may want to dive in with dialogue. Your hook should
not be a rhetorical question; the best hooks don’t ask questions. Ex: “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” ~Dickens

Topic: Francis Bacon On Revenge
Agreements for a productive seminar:
1. Speak so that all can hear you.
2. Listen closely and respectfully
3. Speak without raising hands
4. Refer to the text!
5. Talk to each other, not just the leader
6. Ask for clarification if you are confused
7. Invite and allow others to speak
8. Consider ALL viewpoints and ideas
9. Stay on topic!
10. Know that YOU are responsible for the quality of the seminar

Black Soldier Fly Larvae Inquiries
Part 1:
Background Information
Question/Hypothesis (hypothesis will be in written and graph from)
Part 2:
Materials List and Procedures
Part 3:
Experiment: Observations, data table and graph
Part 4:
Analysis: What story does the data from your experiment tell
Part 5:
Make a graph of your hypothesized data and your experiment (actual data). Compare and contrast.


Friday’s hiragana quiz pdf

あいうえお と かきくけこ (review: week one)
さしすせそ と たちつてと   (review: week two)
ないぬねの と はひふへほ NEW

Real Kana Practice
hiragana-stroke-order-chart pdf
Blank Paper for Writing Japanese pdf

なつ     na•tsu はな           ha•na
なす na•su はこ           ha•ko
かに ka•ni ひくい        hi•ku•i
にし ni•shi ひと           hi•to
きぬ ki•nu ふとい        hu•to•i
いぬ i•nu ふかい        hu•ka•i
ねこ ne•ko へい           he•i
ふね hu•ne へそ           he•so
ぬの nu•no ほね          ho•ne
のうか no•u•ka ほそい       ho•so•i