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Science Q.2 W.5

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 Week 5        Teacher: Ms. Brownley                      Subject: Science                                  Grade: 5th                                    Date: 11/12-11/15

 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objective:  SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by researching their science fair project and writing two paragraphs about their findings.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

Benchmark Test 3

Objective: SWBAT start preparing for the science fair project by writing in their hypothesis, materials, data tables, etc. into their science notebooks.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

AZCRSS

Lesson standards: 

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

 

 

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

 

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

Supplemental attached below

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Procedures/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

 

Homework

Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook.

Finish two paragraphs of research if not completed in class

.

o   Have parents read through science notebook and decide when to conduct experiment at home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experimental plan

Question: One of the following science fair projects

  • How does the amount of air in a basketball affect how high it bounces?
  • How does the temperature of a tennis ball affect the height of its bounce?
  • How does a light bulb’s wattage affect the amount of heat detected above a light?
  • How does the color of an object affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does changing the incline of a ramp affect how far a toy car will travel?
  • How does the amount of sugar in homemade ice cream affect how fast it freezes?
  • How does the type of cup affect how long a hot drink stays hot?
  • How does the color of a t-shirt affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does the type of material in a box affect its sound insulation?
  • How does the temperature of water affect the time it takes to freeze into ice cubes?
  • How does the flavor of gelatin affect the amount of time it takes to set?
  • How does the substrate type affect the heat inside a terrarium?
  • How does the type of water affect how long it takes to freeze
  • How does the type of water affect the cooking time of hard boiled eggs?
  • How does the type of soap used affect how long the bubbles last?
  • How does the temperature of a magnet affect its strength?
  • How does the type of wood affect how long it burns?
  • How does the material of cloth affect how long it takes to dry?
  • How does the air pressure of a soccer ball affect how far it travels when kicked?
  • How does the type of surface affect the bouncing height of a ball?
  • How does the type of insulation around a box affect its internal temperature?
  • How does a parachute’s material affect the speed at which it falls?
  • How does adding different flavors of Kool-Aid to water affect the time it takes to boil?
  • How does the amount of yeast affect how high bread rises?
  • How does the percentage of dark chocolate affect how long it takes to melt?
  • How does the salt content of water affect how much weight will float?
  • How does the amount of salt used affect how long it takes ice to melt?
  • How does the weight of a paper airplane affect how far it will fly?
  • How does the roughness of sandpaper affect its ability to smooth various surfaces?

Materials:

 

Research (two paragraphs):

 

Hypothesis: If __________________________, then __________________________.

 

 

Levels

1

2

3

4

Trial 1

 

 

 

 

Trial 2

 

 

 

 

Trial 3

 

 

 

 

Trial 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent variable:

Independent (control) variable:

 

Procedures:

Math Q.2 W.5

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 5    Teacher: Ms. Brownley                  Subject: Math                                     Grade: 5th                                           Date: 11/12-11/15/19

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

.

Objective: SWBAT use 3.14 as an approximation of pi in order to determine the appropriate number of diameters in the circumference of a circle.

SWBAT use their previous knowledge of subtracting mixed numbers in order to regroup and subtract mixed numbers with the same denominators.

Objective: SWBAT divide a decimal number or a whole number by a decimal number by completing a group activity and participating in a team competition.

 

 

 

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of reciprocal numbers to divide a whole number by a fraction by multiplying the whole number by the fraction’s reciprocal.

SWBAT to locate and identify decimal numbers on a number line divided into tenths by drawing the lines out on an anchor chart and using it to answer problems in their groups.

Objective:

SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of adding and subtracting fractions by passing their Study Island practice items with an 80% or higher.

 

SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of adding and subtracting decimals by passing their Study Island practice items with an 80% or higher.

AZCRSS

 

Lesson standards:

5.G.B.3

5.MP.5

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A4

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.MP.5

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A4

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.B.3

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A4

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NBT.B.7

5.NF.A.2

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A4

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Resources

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 40/41

Power Up E

Saxon Lesson Activity 11

o   AZMerit Prac Ques –

5.G.B.3, 5.MP.5

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 42/43

1.       Power Up G

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

5.MP.5

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1

Lesson 44

2.       Power Up H

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

55.NF.B.3

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

o   Benchmark 3 Testing

Procedures/Activities

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

 

Assessments

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

 

Homework

 

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 40 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 41 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 42 #1-30

 

N/A

 

 

HW Q.2 W.5

Homework Week of Nov 12th -15th
Monday

Math WS
Reading WS
Spelling 2x each
Reading Log

Tuesday

Math Worksheet
Reading WS
Spelling Sentences
Study Vocabulary
Reading Log

Wednesday

Math Worksheet
Reading WS
Vocabulary definitions
Reading Log

Thursday

Math WS
Reading WS -
Vocabulary Sentences
Study Story notes
Study for Spelling test Tomorrow
Reading Log

Friday
Study Vocabulary - Test Monday

Science Q. 2 W. 4

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 Week 4        Teacher: Ms. Brownley                      Subject: Science                                  Grade: 5th                                    Date: 11/04-11/07

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Objectives

Objective:  SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

Objective:  SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by researching their science fair project and writing two paragraphs about their findings.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

Objective: SWBAT start preparing for the science fair project by writing in their hypothesis, materials, data tables, etc. into their science notebooks.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.

 

AZCRSS

Lesson standards: 

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

 

 

Lesson standards: 

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

Supplemental attached below

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Procedures/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

 

Homework

o    Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook.

o   Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook.

o   Finish two paragraphs of research if not completed in class.

o   Have parents read through science notebook and decide when to conduct experiment at home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experimental plan

Question: One of the following science fair projects

  • How does the amount of air in a basketball affect how high it bounces?
  • How does the temperature of a tennis ball affect the height of its bounce?
  • How does a light bulb’s wattage affect the amount of heat detected above a light?
  • How does the color of an object affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does changing the incline of a ramp affect how far a toy car will travel?
  • How does the amount of sugar in homemade ice cream affect how fast it freezes?
  • How does the type of cup affect how long a hot drink stays hot?
  • How does the color of a t-shirt affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does the type of material in a box affect its sound insulation?
  • How does the temperature of water affect the time it takes to freeze into ice cubes?
  • How does the flavor of gelatin affect the amount of time it takes to set?
  • How does the substrate type affect the heat inside a terrarium?
  • How does the type of water affect how long it takes to freeze
  • How does the type of water affect the cooking time of hard boiled eggs?
  • How does the type of soap used affect how long the bubbles last?
  • How does the temperature of a magnet affect its strength?
  • How does the type of wood affect how long it burns?
  • How does the material of cloth affect how long it takes to dry?
  • How does the air pressure of a soccer ball affect how far it travels when kicked?
  • How does the type of surface affect the bouncing height of a ball?
  • How does the type of insulation around a box affect its internal temperature?
  • How does a parachute’s material affect the speed at which it falls?
  • How does adding different flavors of Kool-Aid to water affect the time it takes to boil?
  • How does the amount of yeast affect how high bread rises?
  • How does the percentage of dark chocolate affect how long it takes to melt?
  • How does the salt content of water affect how much weight will float?
  • How does the amount of salt used affect how long it takes ice to melt?
  • How does the weight of a paper airplane affect how far it will fly?
  • How does the roughness of sandpaper affect its ability to smooth various surfaces?

Materials:

 

Research (two paragraphs):

 

Hypothesis: If __________________________, then __________________________.

 

 

Levels

1

2

3

4

Trial 1

 

 

 

 

Trial 2

 

 

 

 

Trial 3

 

 

 

 

Trial 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent variable:

Independent (control) variable:

 

Procedures:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Math Q. 2 W.4

Lesson Plan:                             Quarter 2 / Week 4   Teacher: Ms. Brownley                     Subject: Math                       Grade: 5th                               Date: 11/04-11/07

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Objectives

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of LCM to find the least common denominator of three fractions in order to add them.

 

SWBAT use their knowledge of polygons to create geometric solids and identify which are polyhedrons and non-polyhedrons.

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of fractions to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa.

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of polygons, angles and sides to identify quadrilaterals.

 

 

 

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of composite numbers and prime numbers to create a factor tree in order to find the prime factorization of a number.

AZCRSS

Lesson standards:

5.G.A.3; 5.G.A.4

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.4

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.4

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.G.A.4

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.4

 

 

 

Lesson standards:

 

5.OA.A.2

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.4

 

 

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Investigation 6/ Lesson 61

o   Power Up H

 

AZMerit Prac Ques –

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.G.A.3; 5.G.A.4

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 62

o   Power Up G

 

AZMerit Prac Ques –

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.NBT.A.4

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 63, 64

o   Power Up D

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

5.G.A.4

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.NBT.A.4

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1

Lesson 65

Power Up J

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

5.OA.A.2

5.NBT.A.4

 

Procedures

/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

Assessments

Curriculum Resources

o   Cumulative Test 11A

o   Investigation activity 12

o   Investigation activity 13

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Homework

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 61 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 62 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 64 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 65 #1-30

 

Homework Q. 2 W.4

Homework Week of  Nov 4th

 Monday

 Math WS
 Reading WS - 137-138
 Making Inferences WS
 Reading Log

 Tuesday

 Math Worksheet
 Reading WS 147-148
 Punctuation WS
 Reading Log

 Wednesday

 Math Worksheet
 Reading WS 149- 250
 Writing Notebook
 Reading Log

 Thursday

 No HW

ELA/SS Q.2 W.4

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 4                                     Teacher: Ms. Brownley                                                                                      Subject: ELA /SS                                                   Grade: 5th                                                            Date: 11/4/2019

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objectives this week, TSWAT:

Understand affixes by associating each in definitions of spelling exercises

Apply elements of Realistic fiction by discovering in “A Year on Bowie’s Farm” on sequence and main idea graphic organizer

Analyze key ideas of “A Year on Bowie’s Farm” by drawing conclusions and sequencing events shared in discussion

Apply phonics sounds listed in Corrective Reading Lesson 44-47 by interpreting sounds in texts for oral fluency

Apply fluency skills in oral reading by practicing expression paired reading

Analyze main ideas in selection by summarizing explicitly in answers to comprehension questions

Understand writing process by relating to revision & editing of informational writing.

AZCRSS

Lesson standards: RF 5.3, 5.4; L 5.4, 5.5, 5.6; SL 5.1, 5.2; RL 5.1-4, 5.7, 5.10; W 5.3

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 4

o   Assessment

 

o   CR: L 48

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 5

 

o   CR: L. 49

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 5

 

o   CR: L. 50

 

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Procedures

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Response Rings

o   Choral Response

Background

Genre

Determination

Essential Question

Vocabulary

Asking questions/Connections

Read Story

Practice Fluency

Draft of Opinion

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   Choral Response

Phonics –suffixes

Reading –sequence, Main idea & details, Fluency cues, Conjectures

Writing – revisions, transitions words, proofreading marks

Grammar- Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative and Exclamatory sentences and punctuation. Journaling

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

Vocabulary review

Reading – main idea, sequence, “Salmon Creek” genre study, metaphor, dialect, poem itself

Fluency – expression

Text Connections Questions for Comprehension

Writing – editing, peer review, vocabulary

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   Choral Response  

Vocabulary – apply context, Tic-Tac-Toe, Review closed syllables

Reading – author's purpose, genre study, Look Closer p. 147, Word Map

Fluency- prosody

Grammar –GUM practice, sentence ID verbs, Egame –informal assessment

Social Studies Connection – World Map/geography oceans of the world

 

Assess

 

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L.48 WS

·         OCR IS

·         WS DLW

·         Vocabulary Test

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L. 49 WS

·         OCR IS p.2

·         WS DLW

·         WS

·         WS pp. 396-403

 

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L. 50 WS

·         OCR IS p. 3-4

·         WS DLW

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L. 47WS

·         OCR IS p. 5

·         WS DLW

·         Writing Draft

 

 

HW

OCR Skills Practice pp. 137-138

Social Studies Veteran’s Day

OCR Skills Practice pp. 147-148

OCR Skills Practice  WS pp.149-150

Writing

None

 

 

 

Science Q.2 W.3

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 Week 3 Teacher: Ms. Brownley Subject: Science Grade: 5th Date: 10/28-11/01
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Objectives Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.
SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.
Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.
SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.
Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by researching their science fair project and writing two paragraphs about their findings.
SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.
Objective: SWBAT start preparing for the science fair project by writing in their hypothesis, materials, data tables, etc. into their science notebooks.
SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.
Objective: SWBAT comprehend how to identify prime numbers by passing their study island practice with an 80% or above.
 
SWBAT use their knowledge of graphs to create data tables and graphs corresponding to the data collected in their experiment in an excel document.
AZCRSS Lesson standards:
S1.C1.PO1-4
S1.C2.PO1-5
S1.C3.PO1-5
S1.C4.PO1-3
S3.C2.PO1-3
NGSS Inquiry Processess
1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:
S1.C1.PO1-4
S1.C2.PO1-5
S1.C3.PO1-5
S1.C4.PO1-3
S3.C2.PO1-3
NGSS Inquiry Processess
1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3
Lesson standards:
S1.C1.PO1-4
S1.C2.PO1-5
S1.C3.PO1-5
S1.C4.PO1-3
S3.C2.PO1-3
NGSS Inquiry Processess
1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3 Lesson standards:
S1.C1.PO1-4
S1.C2.PO1-5
S1.C3.PO1-5
S1.C4.PO1-3
S3.C2.PO1-3
NGSS Inquiry Processess
1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3 Lesson standards:
S1.C1.PO1-4
S1.C2.PO1-5
S1.C3.PO1-5
S1.C4.PO1-3
S3.C2.PO1-3
NGSS Inquiry Processess
1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3
Resources Curriculum Resources:
Supplemental attached below Curriculum Resources:
Supplemental attached below
Curriculum Resources:
Supplemental attached below
Curriculum Resources:
Supplemental attached below
Curriculum Resources:
• Study Island Lesson Prime Numbers
• Course 1 Saxon Cumulative Test 6A
Procedures/Activities Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response
Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response
Homework o Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook. o Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook. o Finish two paragraphs of research if not completed in class. o Have parents read through science notebook and decide when to conduct experiment at home. o N/A
Experimental plan
Question: One of the following science fair projects
• How does the amount of air in a basketball affect how high it bounces?
• How does the temperature of a tennis ball affect the height of its bounce?
• How does a light bulb’s wattage affect the amount of heat detected above a light?
• How does the color of an object affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
• How does changing the incline of a ramp affect how far a toy car will travel?
• How does the amount of sugar in homemade ice cream affect how fast it freezes?
• How does the type of cup affect how long a hot drink stays hot?
• How does the color of a t-shirt affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
• How does the type of material in a box affect its sound insulation?
• How does the temperature of water affect the time it takes to freeze into ice cubes?
• How does the flavor of gelatin affect the amount of time it takes to set?
• How does the substrate type affect the heat inside a terrarium?
• How does the type of water affect how long it takes to freeze
• How does the type of water affect the cooking time of hard boiled eggs?
• How does the type of soap used affect how long the bubbles last?
• How does the temperature of a magnet affect its strength?
• How does the type of wood affect how long it burns?
• How does the material of cloth affect how long it takes to dry?
• How does the air pressure of a soccer ball affect how far it travels when kicked?
• How does the type of surface affect the bouncing height of a ball?
• How does the type of insulation around a box affect its internal temperature?
• How does a parachute’s material affect the speed at which it falls?
• How does adding different flavors of Kool-Aid to water affect the time it takes to boil?
• How does the amount of yeast affect how high bread rises?
• How does the percentage of dark chocolate affect how long it takes to melt?
• How does the salt content of water affect how much weight will float?
• How does the amount of salt used affect how long it takes ice to melt?
• How does the weight of a paper airplane affect how far it will fly?
• How does the roughness of sandpaper affect its ability to smooth various surfaces?
Materials:
Research (two paragraphs):
Hypothesis: If __________________________, then __________________________.

Levels 1 2 3 4
Trial 1
Trial 2
Trial 3
Trial 4

Dependent variable:
Independent (control) variable:
Procedures:
 

Math Q.2 W.3

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 3  Teacher: Ms. Brownley                     Subject: Math                                     Grade: 5th                                           Date: 10/28-11/01

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of LCM to rename two fractions so that they have common denominators.

 

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of LCD to add and subtract fractions using the three-step method.

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of percentages and decimals to express the probability that an event will occur as a reduced fraction, a decimal or a percent.

 

 

 

Objective: SWBAT convert mixed numbers so that they have a common denominator in order to add and subtract them.

Objective:

SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of multiplying and dividing decimals by passing their Study Island practice items with an 80% or higher.

AZCRSS

Lesson standards:

5.NF.B.6

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.1

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.B.3

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.1

 

 

Lesson standards:

6.SP.1

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.1

 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.G.A4

 

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.1

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NBT.A.3b

5.NBT.A.3.a

5.NBT.B.7

 

Reteach standard:

5.NBT.A.1

 

 

 

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

o   Lesson 56

1.       Power Up G

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques –

5.NF.B.6

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 57

Power Up H

o   AZMerit Prac Ques –

5.NF.B.3

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 58

2.       Power Up I

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

6.SP.1

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1

Lesson 59, 60

3.       Power Up G

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

5.NF.A.1 AND 2

5.G.A4

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

o   Study Island -Representation of Decimals

o   Multiply and Divide decimals

Procedures/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Assessments

Curriculum Resources

o   Cumulative Test 10A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

·         Study Island -Representation of Decimals

·         Multiply and Divide decimals

Homework

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 56 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 57 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 58 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 60 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

N/A

 

 

 

ELA/SS Q.2 W.3

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 3 Teacher: Ms. Brownley Subject: ELA /SS Grade: 5th Date: 10/28/2019
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Objectives Objectives this week, TSWAT:
Understand affixes by associating each in definitions of spelling exercises
Apply elements of Realistic fiction by discovering in “Salmon Creek” on sequence and main idea graphic organizer
Analyze key ideas of “Salmon Creek” by drawing conclusions and sequencing events shared in discussion
Apply phonics sounds listed in Corrective Reading Lesson 44-47 by interpreting sounds in texts for oral fluency
Apply fluency skills in oral reading by practicing expression paired reading
Analyze main ideas in selection by summarizing explicitly in answers to comprehension questions
Understand writing process by relating to revision & editing of informational writing.
AZCRSS Lesson standards: RF 5.3, 5.4; L 5.4, 5.5, 5.6; SL 5.1, 5.2; RL 5.1-4, 5.7, 5.10; W 5.3
Resources Curriculum Resources:
o Open Court 5th GRADE
o Unit 2 Lesson 3
o Assessment
o CR: L 44 Curriculum Resources:
o Open Court 5th GRADE
o Unit 2 Lesson 4
o CR: L. 45
Curriculum Resources:
o Open Court 5th GRADE
o Unit 2 Lesson 4
o CR: L. 46

Curriculum Resources:
o Open Court 5th GRADE
o Unit 2 Lesson 4
o CR: L. 47

Curriculum Resources:
o Open Court 5th GRADE
o Unit 2 Lesson 4
 
 
Procedures
Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Response Rings
o Choral Response
Background
Genre
Determination
Essential Question
Vocabulary
Asking questions/Connections
Read Story
Practice Fluency
Draft of Opinion Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o Choral Response
Phonics –suffixes
Reading –sequence, Main idea & details, Fluency cues, Conjectures
Writing – revisions, transitions words, proofreading marks
Grammar- Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative and Exclamatory sentences and punctuation. Journaling Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o White Boards
o Choral Response
Vocabulary review
Reading – main idea, sequence, “Salmon Creek” genre study, metaphor, dialect, poem itself
Fluency – expression
Text Connections Questions for Comprehension
Writing – editing, peer review, vocabulary Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Think, Pair, Share
o Cold Calling
o Choral Response
Vocabulary – apply context, Tic-Tac-Toe, Review closed syllables
Reading – author's purpose, genre study, Look Closer p. 147, Word Map
Fluency- prosody
Grammar –GUM practice, sentence ID verbs, Egame –informal assessment
Social Studies Connection – World Map/geography oceans of the world Engagement Activity:
o Class/Group Experiment
o Cold Calling
o Choral Response
Vocabulary, genre, story review
Test- story, vocabulary, spelling

Assess
Curriculum Resources
• CR L.44 WS
• OCR IS
• WS DLW
• Vocabulary Test Curriculum Resources
• CR L. 45 WS
• OCR IS p.2
• WS DLW
• WS
• WS pp. 396-403 Curriculum Resources
• CR L.46 WS
• OCR IS p. 3-4
• WS DLW Curriculum Resources
• CR L. 47WS
• OCR IS p. 5
• WS DLW
• Writing Draft Curriculum Resources
• OCR IS
• WS DLW
• SpTest
• MUG Sentences
HW OCR pp. 123-124
Social Studies World Map OCR pp. 135-136 Subordinating Conjunctions WS
Writing Compound Sentences WS
Study Vocabulary & Story notes None

Homework Week Q.2 W.3 10/28/19

Homework Week of Oct 28th - Nov 1st
Monday
Math WS
Reading WS - 123-124
Spelling 2x each
Reading Log
Tuesday
Math Worksheet
Reading WS 135-136
Spelling Sentences
Study Vocabulary
Reading Log
Wednesday
Math Worksheet
Reading WS - Coordinating Conjunctions
Vocabulary definitions
Reading Log
Thursday
Math WS
Reading WS - Compound Sentences
Vocabulary Sentences
Study Story notes
Study for Spelling test Tomorrow
Reading Log
Friday
Study Vocabulary - Test Monday

Homework Week of Oct 21-25

Homework Week of October 21st-25th

Monday

Math WS
Reading WS - 109-110
Spelling 2x each
Reading Log

Tuesday

Math Worksheet
Reading WS 111-112
Spelling Sentences
Study Vocabulary
Reading Log

Wednesday

Math Worksheet
Reading WS 115-116
Study Spelling
Reading Log

Thursday

Math WS
Reading WS 119-120
Study Spelling
Reading Log

Friday
Study Vocabulary - Test Monday

ELA/SS Lesson Plans Q.2 W.2

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 2                                                     Teacher: Ms. Brownley                                                                                      Subject: ELA /SS                                                   Grade: 5th                                                            Date: 10/21/2019

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objectives this week, TSWAT:

Understand affixes by associating each in definitions of spelling exercises

Apply elements of Realistic fiction by discovering in “Ookpik” on sequence and main idea graphic organizer

Analyze key ideas of “Ookpik” by drawing conclusions and sequencing events shared in discussion

Apply phonics sounds listed in Corrective Reading Lesson 40-43 by interpreting sounds in texts for oral fluency

Apply fluency skills in oral reading by practicing expression paired reading

Analyze main ideas in selection by summarizing explicitly in answers to comprehension questions

Understand writing process by relating to revision & editing of informational writing.

AZCRSS

Lesson standards: RF 5.3, 5.4; L 5.4, 5.5, 5.6; SL 5.1, 5.2; RL 5.1-4, 5.7, 5.10; W 5.3

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 2

o   Assessment

 

o   CR: L 40

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 3

 

o   CR: L. 41

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 3

 

o   CR: L. 42

 

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson 3

 

o   CR: L. 43

 

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Open Court 5th GRADE

o   Unit 2 Lesson

 

 

 

 

 

Procedures

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Response Rings

o   Choral Response

Background

Genre

Determination

Essential Question

Vocabulary

Asking questions/Connections

Read Story

Practice Fluency

Draft of Opinion

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   Choral Response

Phonics –suffixes

Reading –sequence, Main idea & details, Fluency cues, Conjectures

Writing – revisions, transitions words, proofreading marks

Grammar- Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative and Exclamatory sentences and punctuation. Journaling

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

Vocabulary review

Reading – main idea, sequence, “Making Waves,” genre study, metaphor, dialect, poem itself

Fluency – expression

Text Connections Questions for Comprehension

Writing – editing, peer review, vocabulary

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   Choral Response  

Vocabulary – apply context, Tic-Tac-Toe, Review closed syllables

Reading – author's purpose, genre study, Look Closer p. 147, Word Map

Fluency- prosody

Grammar –GUM practice, sentence ID verbs, Egame –informal assessment

Social Studies Connection – World Map/geography oceans of the world

Engagement Activity:

o   Class/Group Experiment

o   Cold Calling

o   Choral Response

Vocabulary, genre, story review

Test- story, vocabulary, spelling

 

Assess

 

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L.40 WS

·         OCR IS

·         WS DLW

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L. 41 WS

·         OCR IS p.2

·         WS DLW

·         WS

·         WS pp. 396-403

 

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L.42 WS

·         OCR IS p. 3-4

·         WS DLW

Curriculum Resources

·         CR L. 43WS

·         OCR IS p. 5

·         WS DLW

·         Writing Draft

 

Curriculum Resources

·         OCR IS

·         WS DLW

·         Vocabulary Test

·         MUG Sentences

HW

OCR pp. 109-110

Social Studies World Map

OCR pp. 111-112

OCR pp. 115-116

Writing

OCR pp. 119-120

Study Vocabulary & Story notes

None

 

 

 

Math Lesson Plans Q.2 W.2

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 / Week 2  Teacher: Ms. Brownley                     Subject: Math                                     Grade: 5th                                           Date: 10/21-10/25

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of decimal place values to round decimal numbers to the nearest hundredth, tenth, and whole number

 

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of decimal place values to mentally divide a decimal number by multiples of 10.

SWBAT recognize the rules involved in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimal numbers.

 SWBAT simplify improper fractions and then convert the fraction to a mixed number.

 

Objective: SWBAT use fraction manipulatives as a tool to demonstrate how to divide a fraction by a fraction.

 

 

 

Objective: SWBAT use their knowledge of LCM to add and subtract fractions with different denominators.

 

Objective:

SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of graphs to represent and interpret data.

 

SWBAT demonstrate their understanding by passing their Study Island practice items with an 80% or higher.

AZCRSS

Lesson standards:

5.MP.3; 6.NS.3

 

Reteach standard:

5.NF.B.6

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.MP.7

5.NBT.B.6; 5.NBT.B.7

 

Reteach standard:

5.NF.B.6

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.B.3

 

Reteach standard:

5.NF.B.6

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NF.B.6

 

Reteach standard:

5.NF.B.6

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Lesson standards:

5.NBT.A.3b

5.MD.B.2

 

Reteach standard:

5.NF.B.6

 

EL Standard: 

 

 

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Investigation 5

o   Lesson 51

1.       Power Up H

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques –

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 52, 53

Power Up G

o   AZMerit Prac Ques –

 

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1 Lesson 54

2.       Power Up D

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1

Lesson 55

3.       Power Up I

 

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

 

Curriculum Resources:

o   Saxon Course 1

Cumulative Test 10A

o   AZMerit Prac Ques

o   Study Island -Representing and Interpreting Data

o   Comparing Decimals

Procedures/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Engagement Activity:

o   Think, Pair, Share

o   Cold Calling

o   White Boards

o   Choral Response

o   Other:

 

Assessments

Curriculum Resources

o   Cumulative Test 9A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

o   N/A

 

Curriculum Resources

·         Cumulative Test 10A

·         Study Island Representing & Interpreting Data

·         Study Island Comparing Decimals

Homework

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 51 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 53 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 54 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

Lesson 55 #1-30

Curriculum Resources

 

N/A

 

 

 

Science Lesson Plans Q.2 W.2

Lesson Plan: Quarter 2 Week 2        Teacher: Ms. Brownley                     Subject: Science                                  Grade: 5th                                    Date: 10/21-10/25

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Objective:  SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.

Objective:  SWBAT implement the scientific method by preparing for their science fair projects and creating a list of materials and list of procedures.

Objective: SWBAT implement the scientific method by researching their science fair project and writing two paragraphs about their findings.

Objective: SWBAT start preparing for the science fair project by writing in their hypothesis, materials, data tables, etc. into their science notebooks.

Objective: SWBAT comprehend how to identify prime numbers by passing their study island practice with an 80% or above. 

 

AZCRSS

Lesson standards: 

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

 

 

Lesson standards: 

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Lesson standards:

S1.C1.PO1-4

S1.C2.PO1-5

S1.C3.PO1-5

S1.C4.PO1-3

S3.C2.PO1-3

 NGSS Inquiry Processess

1-8 3-5-ETS-1-3

Resources

Curriculum Resources:

Supplemental attached below

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Curriculum Resources:

 

Supplemental attached below

 

Curriculum Resources:

·         Study Island Lesson Prime Numbers

·         Course 1 Saxon Cumulative Test 6A

 

Procedures/Activities

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

 

Engagement Activity:

o    Class/Group Experiment

o    Think, Pair, Share

o    Cold Calling

o    White Boards

o    Choral Response

 

Homework

o    Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook.

o   Have parents sign off on science experiment plans in their science notebook.

o   Finish two paragraphs of research if not completed in class.

o   Have parents read through science notebook and decide when to conduct experiment at home.

o   N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experimental plan

Question: One of the following science fair projects

  • How does the amount of air in a basketball affect how high it bounces?
  • How does the temperature of a tennis ball affect the height of its bounce?
  • How does a light bulb’s wattage affect the amount of heat detected above a light?
  • How does the color of an object affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does changing the incline of a ramp affect how far a toy car will travel?
  • How does the amount of sugar in homemade ice cream affect how fast it freezes?
  • How does the type of cup affect how long a hot drink stays hot?
  • How does the color of a t-shirt affect the amount of heat it absorbs?
  • How does the type of material in a box affect its sound insulation?
  • How does the temperature of water affect the time it takes to freeze into ice cubes?
  • How does the flavor of gelatin affect the amount of time it takes to set?
  • How does the substrate type affect the heat inside a terrarium?
  • How does the type of water affect how long it takes to freeze
  • How does the type of water affect the cooking time of hard boiled eggs?
  • How does the type of soap used affect how long the bubbles last?
  • How does the temperature of a magnet affect its strength?
  • How does the type of wood affect how long it burns?
  • How does the material of cloth affect how long it takes to dry?
  • How does the air pressure of a soccer ball affect how far it travels when kicked?
  • How does the type of surface affect the bouncing height of a ball?
  • How does the type of insulation around a box affect its internal temperature?
  • How does a parachute’s material affect the speed at which it falls?
  • How does adding different flavors of Kool-Aid to water affect the time it takes to boil?
  • How does the amount of yeast affect how high bread rises?
  • How does the percentage of dark chocolate affect how long it takes to melt?
  • How does the salt content of water affect how much weight will float?
  • How does the amount of salt used affect how long it takes ice to melt?
  • How does the weight of a paper airplane affect how far it will fly?
  • How does the roughness of sandpaper affect its ability to smooth various surfaces?

Materials:

 

Research (two paragraphs):

 

Hypothesis: If __________________________, then __________________________.

 

 

Levels

1

2

3

4

Trial 1

 

 

 

 

Trial 2

 

 

 

 

Trial 3

 

 

 

 

Trial 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent variable:

Independent (control) variable:

 

Procedures: