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Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade

Week 7, October 17-19

Monday,October 17, 2016


Morning
Meeting
9:15 9:30
15 minutes

Greeting
Sharing
Activity
News
Pledge of Allegiance

&

Around
Caught
Announcements

F DAY
the
Red-Handed
-

Circle
Volunteers
schedule

ELA Block

Standard

RL 3, 7 Analyze Story Elements (Setting)

9:30 10:20

Objective

TSW revise their setting map through thinking about the turn and talk stem: When the
book said ___, I thought this was an important detail because ___. This makes me think
___.

Materials

CIA Packets, books, composition notebooks

Instructio
n

CIA Day 17 - Revising the Setting Map

Evaluatio
n

setting map (composition notebook) will be collected and evaluated at a later date;
students will be evaluated using the turn and talk stem: When the book said ___, I
thought this was an important detail because ___. This makes me think ___.

ELA Block

Standard

RL 3, 7 Analyze Story Elements (Plot - Parallel Plot)

10:20 - 12:40

Objective

TSW keep track of multiple plots in Earthquake Terror by co-creating parallel timelines
in their composition notebooks

50 minutes

TSW think about multiple plots using the following turn and talk stem: When the book
said ___, I thought this was an important detail because ___. This makes me think ___.

Art
10:20-11:05

Finish reading Chapter 10/Revising the setting map

Materials

CIA Packets, books, composition notebooks

Instructio
n

10:20 ART

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11:05 Minute to Win It 11:20 Library Check Out

Day 18 - Second Plot


Read Chapter 11 and co-create parallel timelines
Evaluatio
n

parallel timelines in their composition notebooks will be evaluated at a later date;


Students will be evaluated on the turn and talk stem: When the book said ___, I thought
this was an important detail because ___. This makes me think ___.
Lunch / Recess @ 12:40 1:25

Math

Standard

1:30 2:25
55 minutes

5.1.3.1 Subtract Decimals


5.1.3.2 Model subtraction of decimals using a variety of representations

Objective

TSW subtract whole numbers and decimals

Materials

whiteboards/markers, posters, SRBs, math journals, study link

Instructio
n

2.3 Subtraction of Whole Numbers and Decimals (92-96)


Mental Math & Reflexes (92)

Allow Students time to finish their subtraction posters; share with the whole class

Reviewing Subtraction Algorithms (94) - Partial Differences Method


Subtracting Whole Numbers & Decimals (95) - Math Journal Page 35
Study Link 2.3
Evaluatio

Ongoing - Page 35 problems 1-2; study link will be collected and evaluated

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Math EO

Standard

5.1.3.1 Add & Subtract decimals & fractions using efficient & generalizeable procedures,
including standard algorithms

Objective

TSW practice addition of whole numbers and decimals

Materials

math masters p38

Instructio
n

EO - Addition Algorithms

Evaluatio
n

Math Masters p38 - teacher will circulate and assist students

2:30 3:00
30 minutes

(mixed small
group)

End of Day

Standard

3:00 3:30

Objective

30 minutes

Materials
Instructio
n

Math Masters p38 - teacher will circulate and assist students

Class Jobs Discussion and Time


Mail Boxes

Evaluatio
n
Dismissal @ 3:35

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Morning
Meeting
9:15 9:30

Science

Greeting
Sharing
Activity
News
Pledge of Allegiance
Standard

9:30 10:20

Whole
-

&

A DAY
group
Pick

Announcements

Greeting
Sticks
Coseeki
schedule

5.1.1.1.1 Explain why evidence, clear communication, accurate record keeping,


replication by others, and openness to scrutiny are essential parts of doing science.
5.1.1.1.2 Recognize that when scientific investigations are replicated they generally
produce the same results, and when results differ significantly, it is important to
investigate what may have caused such differences.
5.1.1.1.3 Understand that different explanations for the same observations usually lead
to making more observations and trying to resolve the differences.
5.1.1.2.2 Identify and collect relevant evidence, make systematic observations and
accurate measurements, and identify variables in a scientific investigation.
5.1.1.2.3 Conduct or critique an experiment, noting when the experiment might not be
fair because some of the things that might change the outcome are not kept the same,
or that the experiment is not repeated enough times to provide valid results.
5.1.3.4.1 Use appropriate tools and techniques in gathering, analyzing and interpreting
data.

Objective

TSW experiment to determine how many drops of glycerin make the best soap solution

Materials

dish soap solution, glycerin, data sheets, straws

Instructio
n

Evaporation Discussion - revisit the pie pan with the water to see how much
evaporated, and explain evaporation to students (lip balm/chapped lips - moisture

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evaporates)
Introduce Glycerin and how it helps the bubbles; Students will go back into
partner groups and begin testing solutions with varying amounts of glycerin (same
standard procedure as before but the variable this time is the drops of glycerin,
not the kind of soap). Students will record their data on the sheet.
Evaluatio
n

students will measure the diameter of their bubbles with different amounts of glycerin
and record their measurements on the data sheet; students will save the sheet until they
calculate averages, and then the sheet will be collected

ELA Block

Standard

RL 3 Analyze Story Elements (Plot - Turning Point)

10:30 12:40

Objective

TSW use their evidence collection boxes and the turn and talk stem consider what the
Turning Point of Earthquake Terror is; When the book said ___, I thought this was an
important piece of evidence because ___. This makes me think ___.

Materials

CIA Packets, books, composition notebooks

Instructio
n

CIA Day 19 - Turning Point

Evaluatio
n

composition notebook will be collected and evaluated at a later date; students will be
evaluated using the turn and talk stem: When the book said ___, I thought this was an
important piece of evidence because ___. This makes me think ___.

Phys Ed
11:30 - 12:00

Read Chapter 12 and determine the turning point of the story

Lunch / Recess @ 12:40 1:25


Math

Standard

1:30 2:30

5.1.3.1 Subtract Decimals


5.1.3.2 Model subtraction of decimals using a variety of representations

Objective

TSW practice traditional subtraction

Materials

math journals

Instructio
n

US Traditional Subtraction (A12-15)

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Solving a Subtraction Problem (A12)


Discussing Solutions (A12)
Introducing Traditional Subtraction (A13)
Practicing Traditional Subtraction (A14)
Solving Multidigit Subtraction Problems (A15)
Evaluatio
n

teacher will circulate and assist, evaluating math journal problems

Math EO

Standard

(mixed small
group)

5.1.3.1 Add & Subtract decimals & fractions using efficient & generalizeable procedures,
including standard algorithms

Objective

TSW practice addition of whole numbers and decimals

2:30 3:00

Materials

game, SRBs

Instructio
n

Addition Top-It (decimal version)

Evaluatio
n

teacher will circulate and assist students as needed

End of Day

Standard

3:00 3:30

Objective

students play the game in pairs

Materials
Instructio
n

Give the district Module Assessment - guided practice as a whole group so students
learn how to pick apart/mark text

Evaluatio
n
Dismissal @ 3:35

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Week 7, October 17-19

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

Wednesday, October 19, 2016


Morning
Meeting
9:15 9:30

Science

Greeting
Sharing
Activity
News
Pledge of Allegiance
Standard

9:30 10:20

&

Minute
Pick
Caught
Announcements
-

B DAY
Greeting
Sticks
Red-Handed
schedule

5.1.1.1.1 Explain why evidence, clear communication, accurate record keeping,


replication by others, and openness to scrutiny are essential parts of doing science.
5.1.1.1.2 Recognize that when scientific investigations are replicated they generally
produce the same results, and when results differ significantly, it is important to
investigate what may have caused such differences.
5.1.1.1.3 Understand that different explanations for the same observations usually lead
to making more observations and trying to resolve the differences.
5.1.1.2.2 Identify and collect relevant evidence, make systematic observations and
accurate measurements, and identify variables in a scientific investigation.
5.1.1.2.3 Conduct or critique an experiment, noting when the experiment might not be
fair because some of the things that might change the outcome are not kept the same,
or that the experiment is not repeated enough times to provide valid results.
5.1.3.4.1 Use appropriate tools and techniques in gathering, analyzing and interpreting
data.

Objective

TSW create a graph that represents differing glycerin/soap solutions

Materials

graph paper, glycerin data sheet

Instructio

Allow students time to finish from the day before if necessary (collecting glycerin data,

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calculating averages for each solution)

Guided Practice - create a graph that shows the data (drops of glycerin vs. average
diameter)

Use the graph to decide the concentration of glycerin (how many drops worked the
best?)

Introduce Design Challenge if there is time


Evaluatio
n

teacher will evaluate the student graphs

ELA Block

Standard

W2, 9 Write an expository piece that draws on evidence from the text

10:30 12:45

Objective

TSW write a paragraph about the turning point and how it changes the plot

120 minutes

Materials

Composition notebooks, books

Instructio
n

Day 20 - Turning Point Writing

Music

Scaffolded writing using the Turning Point Frame

11:30 - 12:00
Day 23 - Outside Text (if there is time)
Evaluatio
n
Lunch / Recess @ 12:40 1:25
Math

Standard

5.1.3.1 Subtract Decimals

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

1:30 2:25
55 minutes

5.1.3.2 Model subtraction of decimals using a variety of representations


Objective

TSW practice traditional subtraction

Materials

math journals

Instructio
n

US Traditional Subtraction: Decimals (A17-21)


Solving a Decimal Subtraction Problem (A17)
Discussing Solutions (A17)
Introducing Traditional Subtraction for Decimals (A18)
Practicing Traditional Subtraction for Decimals (A21)
Solving Decimal Subtraction Problems (A21)

Evaluatio
n

teacher will circulate and assist, evaluating math journal problems

Standard

5.1.3.1 Add & Subtract decimals & fractions using efficient & generalizeable procedures,
including standard algorithms

Objective

TSW practice addition of whole numbers and decimals

Materials

game, SRBs

Instructio
n

Addition Top-It (decimal version)

Evaluatio
n

teacher will circulate and assist students as needed

End of Day

Standard

RI 9 Analyze multiple texts

3:00 3:30

Objective

TSW consider whether or not the author based the events of Earthquake Terror on a reallife earthquake in San Francisco 1989 by reading an outside text and using a turn and
talk stem: When the article said ___, I thought this was an important detail. It shows

Math EO
2:30 3:00
30 minutes

(mixed small
group)

students play the game in pairs

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30 minutes

how the earthquakes were alike/different because ___.


Materials

CIA Packets

Instructio
n

Finish Turning Point Writing if needed

Day 23 - Outside Text


students will read the outside text and decide if they think Peg Kehret based
the events in her book on the San Francisco earthquake of 1989.
Evaluatio
n

turn and talk stem: When the article said ___, I thought this was an important detail. It
shows how the earthquakes were alike/different because ___.
Dismissal @ 3:35

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

Thursday, October 20, 2016


Morning
Meeting

NO SCHOOL - MEA

9:15 9:30
Science

Standard

9:30 10:20

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluatio
n

ELA Block

Standard

10:30 - 12:40

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluatio
n
Lunch / Recess @ 12:40 1:25

Math

Standard

DAY

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

1:30 2:30

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n

Evaluatio
n
Writing

Standard

2:30 3:00

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluatio
n

End of Day

Standard

3:00 3:30

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluatio
n
Dismissal @ 3:35

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

Friday, October 21, 2016


Morning
Meeting

NO SCHOOL - MEA

9:15 9:30
Science

Standard

9:30 10:20

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluation

ELA Block

Standard

10:30 - 12:40

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluation
Lunch / Recess @ 12:40 1:25

Math

Standard

1:30 2:30

Objective
Materials

DAY

Jessica Schuster, Jefferson Elementary School, 5th Grade


Week 7, October 17-19

Instructio
n
Evaluation
Math EO

Standard

2:30 3:00

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluation

Writing

Standard

3:00 3:30

Objective
Materials
Instructio
n
Evaluation
Dismissal @ 3:35