Math/Science Lesson Plans for September 10TH – 14TH, 2012
Second Trip to the Library Introduce Powers of 10 and Scientific Notation
Workshop on Library Research Sources Add vocabulary to notebooks and word wall.
Introduction to Destiny Quest. Use Thinking Maps
Introduction to Exponents Review scientific Method
Created Vocabulary Boxes Adjust schedule
Practice multiplication facts.
Create graphs for student data.
This week we will add key words to our math/science notebooks and word wall so that students can continually be exposed to and review these words. We will also create a graph
for our SRI scores so that students can track their data.
PS2.1 Organisms in an ecosystem depend on each other for food, shelter, and NBT.2.i Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number
reproduction. by powers of 10.
I can describe how organisms in an ecosystem depend on each other for food, I can explain powers of 10 (zeroes) when multiplying.
shelter, and reproduction.
NBT.5 Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
I can identify and describe plant and animal cells.
I can multiply multi-digit whole numbers accurately.
Monday: Listen to nonfiction book on animals from the Monday: Lesson 7.2 Exponential Notation for Powers of 10
library and complete book report form. Introducing Exponential Notation for Powers of 10
Tuesday: Experiment- Watch Yeast Feast! A12-A13 (Student Reference Book, p. 5) , Using Guides for
Review Scientific Method Powers of 10 , MJ – p. 2
Wednesday: Read Single-Celled Organisms on pages A14 – Tuesday: Lesson 7.3 Scientific Notation
A19. Create a tree map for single-celled Translating Scientific Notation, MJ2, 215 – 216
Organisms. Wednesday: Lesson 7.3 Scientific Notation – Day 2
Thursday: Read Cell Organization on pages A32 – A41. Interpreting Scientific Notation (Study Link 7.3,
Guided Create a tree map for organ systems. MM194) Guided
Practice Friday: Review Single-Cell Organisms and Cell Thursday: Lesson 7.4 Parentheses in Number Sentences
Organization Parentheses and Number Stories, MJ219, #2-3 Practice
Friday: Mountain Math/Check Homework/ Tree Map
Constitution Day: 10:00 – 11:00
Read to Self Monday - Friday: Read self-selected book and complete Monday: Study Link 7.2, MM191
book report form and/or reading log. Tuesday: History of Earth, MJ2, p215-216 Math by Myself
Wednesday: Writing in Expanded Notation, MM196 (Independent
Thursday: Parentheses and Number Stories, MJ,220 Practice)
Friday: Using Parentheses (Study Link), MM197
Writing in Monday: Make a bubble map for Louis Pasteur and write Monday: Write each of these numbers three different ways.
Science three – five questions about him. Use exponential notation as one of those ways.
Tuesday: Research Louis Pasteur during library visit. 100 1,000 1,000,000
Add information to bubble map. Tuesday: Write each of the following as repeated factors and Writing in Math
Wednesday: Use a four-square to begin writing a in standard notation. 103, 104, 105, 106 (Daily Journal
paragraph on Louis Pasteur. Wednesday: What is 1/10 of 10? What is 1/10 of 100? What Prompt)
Thursday: Edit and revise paragraphs. is 1/10 of 1,000? What is 1/10 of 10,000?
Friday: Complete Louis Pasteur paragraphs and answer Thursday: Make a true sentence by filling in the missing
journal prompt. Identify at least four organ number.
systems. 1. 7 – (2 +1) 2. (7 – 2) +1
3. 2.0 X (7.5 + 1.5)
Friday: Insert parentheses in each sentence to make the
a. 3 x 4 + 7 = 33 b. 6 + 9 x 5 = 51
c. 27 / 4 + 5 + 5 + 6 = 9
Science with Study vocabulary words Monday: Finding Patterns in a Place-Value Chart, MM192
Someone Tuesday: Scientific Notation Toss – SRB329 Math with
Wednesday: Problem Solving Someone
Thursday: Name That Number – SRB325 (Problem Solving)
Friday: Scientific Notation Toss or Name That Number
Word Work Collaborate, yeast, milliliters, grams, microorganisms, Powers of 10, Prefixes (tera-, giga-, mega-, kilo-, hecto-, deca- Word Work
bacteria, amoebas, paramecia, diatoms, protests , uni-) Scientific Notation, expressions, nested parentheses (Vocabulary)
Word Origins – respiratory (Latin)
Listen to Monday: Read nonfiction book on animals and/or organ Monday – Friday: Smartboard and Ipad Math with
Reading systems. Technology
How are Cells Organized – SG8 Drops in the Bucket, Numbers 33 and 34
Group 1: Kobe, Javier, Natalie, Arlene, Omar, Kyla and Alexis Group 1: Ariel, Victoria, Summer, Andrew, Jesus
Small Groups Group 2: Paulina, Isaac, Mery, Cameron, Carlos M., Robbie Group 2: Aukwavion, Araseli, Nataly, Laura, Anahi, Danna, Lillian
Group 3: Gema, Sierra, Jennifer,Carlos V. Louis, Samantha Group 3: Leslie, Abby, Jennifer, Ashley, Samantha Alan
Group 4: Michelle, Giulio, Daniel, karla, Breanna, Bryan Group 4: Jonathan, Chris, Joshue, Daniel, Joshua, Luis Andy
Reflection/Assessment: Marzano Gardner Bloom
Monday – Friday: Identifying similarities and differences Linguistic Creating
Nonlinguistic representations Logical-mathematical Evaluating
3-2-1, Self Assessment, Exit Summarizing and Note Taking Musical Analyzing
Tickets, Journal Prompts Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback Bodily- Kinesthetic Applying
Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition Spatial Understanding
Generating and Testing Hypotheses Interpersonal Remembering
Homework and Practice Intrapersonal
Cues, Questions, and Advanced Organizers