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									Math/Science Lesson Plans for August 27th – 31st, 2012
Accomplishments:                                                                             Goals:
Continued small groups                                                                       Continue multiplication practice
Gave multiplication timed test and graphed results                                           Give a multiplication Timed Test
Introduce variables and algebraic expressions                                                Continue practice for writing numerical expressions for given numbers with operation
Create a tree diagram for key words to be used with algebraic expressions and problem        words.
solving                                                                                      Identify and describe plant and animal cells.
First experiment conducted                                                                   Identify similarities and differences of plant and animal cells.
First field trip                                                                             Create student menu for math and science projects.
Practiced emergency bus exit procedures                                                      Create or find a rubric for student self – assessment.


Students will continue practicing multiplication facts as they still need to develop fluency. Students are still practicing small group/station procedures, so small groups will
continue, but with a menu for the week.

                                            MATH                                                                                        SCIENCE
Objectives:                                                                                         Objectives:

OA.2 Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical        PS2.1 Organisms in an ecosystem depend on each other for food, shelter, and
expressions without evaluating them.                                                                reproduction.

I can write numerical expressions for given numbers with operation words.                           I can describe how organisms in an ecosystem depend on each other for food,
I can write operation words to describe a given numerical expression.                               shelter, and reproduction.
I can interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them.
                                                                                                    I can identify and describe plant and animal cells.
OA.1 Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions
with these symbols.

I can solve problems involving parentheses, brackets, and braces.
Vocabulary:            variable, algebraic expression, distributive property, order of              Vocabulary              Observe, communicate, compare, infer, hypothesize,
                       operations                                                                                           Micron, cells, organ systems, nucleus, organelle,
Small Group            Monday: Lesson 6-3/More Patterns and Expressions (Write and                  Individual/Group        Monday: Investigate Activity: “Get Closer” on page A5
Focus:                 evaluate expressions that use one variable) – page 153                       Focus:                   Look at cells through a microscope, draw a picture, write
                       Tuesday/Wednesday: *Library on Tuesday*                                                              the name of the sample and whether it’s a plant or animal
       Algebra         Lesson 6-4/Distributive Property (Use the Distributive Property to             Organisms and         cell.
                       evaluate expressions easier and faster. – pages 156-157                         Environment          Tuesday: Read pages A6 – A7.
                       Thursday: Lesson 6-5/Order of Operations (Evaluate expressions that                                  Wednesday: Use the internet to view and identify plant
  Guided Practice      have more than one operation) – pages 158-159                                                        and animal cells. Students will create a drawing of what
                       Friday: Order of Operations                                                                          they see. http://sun.menloschool.org/~cweavver/cells or
                       http://www.learningwave.com/lwonline/numbers/ordofops.html                                           http://www.cellsalive.com/celss/3dcell.htm
                                                                                                                            Thursday: Read The Parts of a Cell on pages A8 – A11.
                                                                                                                            Friday: Complete any unfinished assignments and
Small Group             Group 1: Kobe, Javier, Natalie, Arlene, Omar, Kyla
Members:                        Ariel, Victoria, Summer, Andrew, Jesus, Carlos L.
                          Group 2: Paulina, Rolde, Isaac, Mery, Cameron, Carlos M.
                                  Aukwavion, Araseli, Nataly, Laura, Anahi, Danna, Lillian
                          Group 3: Gema, Sierra, Yessenia, Jennifer, Carlos V., Louis
                                   Leslie, Abby, Jennifer, Ashley, Samantha, Alan, Robbie
                          Group 4: Michelle, Giulio, Daniel, Karla, Breanna, Bryan
                                  Jonathan, Chris, Joshue, Daniel, Joshua, Luis, Andy

                                          Math Daily 5                                                                           Science 5
Math Work                       Lesson 6-3/Page 153, #9 – 24,                                   Science Work              None
(Independent Practice):         Practice Pages 36-37                                            (Packets/Practice):
                                Lesson 6-4/Pages , #7-20
                                Practice Pages 43-44
Math by Myself                  Problem Solving Questions for Unit 6                            Science Reading by        RI5.10 Read and comprehend information texts,
(Choices/Projects):             Problem Solving Task Cards                                      Myself                    including science texts.
                                                                                                (Research w/nonfiction
                                                                                                books): animals & other   RI.5.1 Ask and answer questions as who, what,
                                                                                                science topics            When, why and how to demonstrate understanding
                                                                                                                          of key details in text.

                                                                                                                          Read non-fiction books on animals and other
                                                                                                                          science related topics
Math with a Friend              I Have, Who Has (multiplication), Flash Cards, Around the       Science Reading with      Create a bubble map for Robert Hooke, then write a
(Fact Fluency):                 World                                                           Someone (Research w/      paragraph and/or create a double bubble map for
                                                                                                Technology):              Robert Hooke and Anton van Leeuwenhoek
                                                                                                                          Research the microscope (types, invention date)
Writing about Math              Create a problem solving foldable                               Writing about Science     Create a double bubble map for plant and animal
(Problem Solving/                                                                               (Choices/Projects):       cells or a two-tab foldable.
                                                                                                                          Create a foldable for the scientific method
Math with Technology                                                                            Science Words             Add vocabulary words to science folders. Words
(Smartboard/other)                                                                              (Word Wall/ Notebook):    will include student definition, synonyms, example,
                                                                                                                          and picture.
Homework:                       Multiplication Two-Ways – Pages 168 - 171                                                 Learn by Reading (cells)– pages 3 and 4

Reflection/Assessment:                            Marzano                                         Gardner                                         Bloom

Monday: 3-2-1                       Identifying similarities and differences                       Linguistic                                   Creating
Tuesday: Exit Tickets                    Nonlinguistic representations                       Logical-mathematical                              Evaluating
Wednesday: Self                         Summarizing and Note Taking                                 Musical                                    Analyzing
Assessment                        Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback                   Bodily- Kinesthetic                               Applying
Thursday: 3-2-1                  Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition                       Spatial                                   Understanding
Friday: Quick Checks,                 Generating and Testing Hypotheses                          Interpersonal                                Remembering
Timed Tests                                 Homework and Practice                                Intrapersonal
                                  Cues, Questions, and Advanced Organizers
                                             Cooperative Learning

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