1.2: September 21-25, 2020

In nature, nothing is independent; all elements are interdependent, and contribute to solving the needs of the whole system.

Students: Please follow the daily lessons on Google Classroom for specific times and codes. It will take a couple weeks for you to master the schedule, please be patient, helpful to others, and try to be independent. Remember that it’s all about “kaizen”.

DRAFT of weekly schedule (google docs)

It’s Friday!

29: Back to school on Google Meet, 7:00-7:30
30: Book and supply pick up from Winterhaven, 1:30-3:00 (tentative)
9: No School
5: End of first quarter
6: Teacher planning day- No School
11: Veterans Day- No School
23-24: Conferences 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
25-27: Thanksgiving break


Directed Independent Reading
• Free choice chapter books for September
• October’s genre is autobiography/biography of a positive change maker
order and pick up at your Multnomah County Library branch

• ecosystems and energy
• interdependent systems
• Reintroduction of wolves and their impact on rivers in Yellowstone National Park
• mind mapping to tell a story

• Word Skills: Synonyms and antonyms
• How synonyms can make our writing more precise
• Writing a memoir, choosing a great topic, starting with the best part
• Choosing the three events related to your topic that comprise the body of your writing

• Lessons 5-6: Decimal fractions and place value patterns
• Lessons 7-8: Place value and rounding decimal fractions
• Enrichment, Math 24

Ni•ho•n•go、にほんご、 日本語
reading and writing the first 10hiragana
•あいうえお (a, i, u, e, o) review
• かきくけこ (ka, ki, ku, ke, ko) new