## 2.1: October 30-November 2, 2018

**Important Dates**

**November**

15: OMSI Field Trip

19: No School- Conferences, 8:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m.

20: No School- Conferences, 8:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m.

21-23: No School- Thanksgiving Break

**December**

17-January 1: No School- Winter Break

**January**

21: No School- Martin Luther King Jr. Day

22: No School- End of Second Quarter/Teacher Planning Day

24: Science Fair, 5:00 p.m..

**This week in…**

**MATH**

**Module 2: ****Multi-Digit Whole Number and Decimal Fraction Operations**

**Topic E: Mental Strategies for Multi-Digit Whole Number Division**

**Lesson 16**Objective: Use

*divide by 10*patterns for multi-digit whole number division. Homework due Wednesday

**Lesson 17**Objective: Use basic facts to estimate quotients with two-digit divisors. No Math Homework due Thursday

**Lesson 18**Objective: Use basic facts to estimate quotients with two-digit divisors. Math Homework due Friday

Khan Academy: Topic E: Mental strategies for multi-digit whole number division

**READING**

• Independent Reading:

**November’s Genre**

**-Realistic Fiction/Historical Fiction
Historical Fiction List from SPL**

• Whole Classroom Reading

The Number Devil

**The Tenth Night:**

1. Hexagons

2. Fibonacci numbers ÷ them by their neighbours. Recurring decimals

3. 1.618 – the divine proportion

4. Platonic Solids

**The Eleventh Night**

1. The protagonist wants to do more than play with numbers, he wants to know what’s behind them i.e. the rule of the game. He has become a mathematician.

2. Proof

**The Twelfth Night:**

1. Famous mathematicians, history of mathematics

2. Pi

• Socratic Seminar- *Advice to a Teacher-*

**WRITING
**

**Science Inquiry Report**

-Revise as Necessary Part 1, 2, and 3

Part 1

Framing the Investigation

• Background Information

-Revise as Necessary Part 1, 2, and 3

Part 1

Framing the Investigation

• Question

• Hypothesis and hypothesis graph

**Part 2**

• Materials List

• Procedures

**• Analysis (Data Table, Graph, Written Observations and Sketches)**

Part 3

Part 3

What story does my graph tell?

**Part 4**

• Conclusion- Compare you hypothesis graph to your actual data graph. What were your surprises? How were they similar? How were they different?

• Kaizen- what improvements would I make if I were to do this inquiry again?

• What new questions did I come up with?

**ECOLOGY
**Permaculture Ethics and Principles

• Native Forest Garden

• Food Forest Garden

GardensTopic: Decomposers

**Japanese
**• Numbers 1-99 continued

romaji (i•chi, ni, sa•n, yo•n, go, ro•ku, na•na, ha•chi, kyu•u, jyu•u) review

kanji（一，二、三、四、五、六、七、八、九、十）new

• kaiwa:

Introductions and greetings (review)

Asking names (review)

Apologizing (review)

Numbers to 999 (review)

School and Grade (review)

Do you understand? (review)

Age and numbers 1 ~ 99 (review)

Age, and school and work affiliations (review)

**Lesson 9 – Age Part 3**

This is Japanese I, Lesson 9 of the *Irasshai* series. The topic covered is asking about and identifying objects. Writing practice covers the *hiragana*: さ、し、す、せ、そ.

• katakana

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