Academic Year 2017/2018
|1||Introductions, classroom rules
|bandage, chest, drift, dull, dusk, stretch, flock, fond, measure, does, scrap, shift, smash, switch, swept, threat, timid, plaid, trust, twist|
|needle, speech, reason, crease, thie, fade, obtain, faint, steep, rayon, eager, shadow, saying, mild, coach, smoke, twice, human, teenage, niece|
|3||“Walt Helps Out”
|counter, fraud, oyster, appoint, drawn, awning, laundry, feud, shawl, jewel, royalty, powder, annoying, cashew, scoop, bamboo, browse, ointment, rooster, rescue|
|4||“When Susan B. Anthony Voted”
||talked, hurried, smiling, dropping, clapping, stepped, worried, worrying, changing, stayed, buying, dried, picnicking, scored, driving, obeying, playing, tried, carried, hurrying|
||stretch, does, measure, reason, coach, kneeling, twice, rayon, appoint, scoop, drawn, feud, jewel, fraud, royalty, hurried, scared, changing, buying, obeying
|6||“Ray and Joan”
||drizzle, gobble, meddle, shuffle, bundle, pickle, hobble, topple, hurtle, vehicle, struggle, wiggle, spindle, speckle, griddle, ripple, article, triple, jingle, bugle|
|7||“Owen’s Big Show”
||suppose, hurricane, babble, bellow, success, appeal, announcer, tissue, excellent, terrific, collect, slippery, common, arrange, settler, fiddler, kennel, squirrel, message, summary|
|8||“Tea Time in Boston”
||entire, hospital, public, combine, golden, chimney, pretzel, survive, absorb, turmoil, wisdom, journey, condition, whisper, identify, establish, furnace, capture, marvelous, nursery|
|9||“The Tile Floor”
||congress, English, fortress, expression, conclude, complain, complex, distrust, contribute, explode, umbrella, merchandise, remembrance, concrete, goggles, portray, technique, accomplish, function, membrane|
||bundle, vehicle, struggle, hurtle, triple, hurricane, golden, journey, hospital, excellent, message, arrange, whisper, terrific, expression, conclude, merchandise, technique, accomplish, orchestra|
|13||“My Home is Shipshape”
||enemy, balance, basis, closet, decent, define, eleven, fanatic, honest, humor, minute, model, novel, ocean, pretend, private, raar, second, slogan, editor|
|14||“Rock Hounds on the Sound”
||reenter, refried, reconsider, repaint, reform, replay, retake, remake, reclaim, replant, unable, uninformed, undesirable, untold, unwise, nonconductor, non productive, nonexistent, nonflammable, nondairy|
|15||“Salty on the High Seas”
||development, dispensable, capable, digestible, divisible, irresistible, admissible, appointment, argument, apartment, amazement, priceless, judgement, resentment, embarrassment, boundless, ageless, aimless, motionless, worthless|
|16||“Water on Our Planet”
||barrel, cannon, capitol, civil, clever, discover, frozen, general, hidden, inventor, mayor, pepper, polar, proper, sandal, saucer, original, theater, tutor, musical|
||enemy, fanatic, honest, ocean, slogan, reclaim, reconsider, uninformed, unwise, nonexistent, digestible, capable, admissible, argument, amazement, priceless, capitol, general, mayor theater|
|inactive, inaccurate, irregular, irrelevant, ineffective, imbalance, immature, impatient, imperfect, impossible, illegal, illiterate, illegible, inaction, independent, invalid, indefinite, injustice, irreplaceable, impolite|
|21||“Rained Out at Gran’s”
||accountant, applicant, attendant, defiant, volunteer, expectant, hesitant, quadrant, resistant, servant, dependent, indulgent, insistent, urgent, auctioneer, accompanist, artist, cellist, technician, pioneer|
|22||“Dennis the Chicken Man”
||courteous, hazardous, humorous, monstrous, porous, curious, furious, glorious, delirious, fictitious, gracious, ambitious, discourteous, dangerous, anxious, spontaneous, religious, delicious, mountainous, ridiculous|
|23||“Stick with Us”
||steal, steel, waste, waist, weak, week, base, bass, pain, pane, flare, flair, dual, duel, stationary, stationery, flower, flour, sight, site|
|24||“Design Lab Field Trip”
||irreplaceable, immature, indefinite, illiterate, independent, applicant, accountant, insistent, pioneer, technician, cellist, porous, glorious, spontaneous, fictitious, mountainous, weak, wee, dual, duel|
|25||“Can You Hear the Frogs”
||incompetent, uphold, inconsiderate, indecisive, outrank, inhumane, inorganic, income, invertebrate, outgoing, outpatient, outspoken, outwit, downbeat, downgrade, downplay, downtown, uplift, upstage, uptight|
|26||“Elm Street Speaks!”
||acceleration, accumulation, activation, alteration, authorization, calculation, cancellation, dedication, organization, demolition, repetition, mansion, pension, passion, tension, champion, confusion, permission, population, companion|
|29||“The Quiet Neighbor”
||assign, autumn, column, crumb, debris, delight, design, glisten, hasten, knead, knowledge, lightning, resign, rhyme, solemn, thorough, scenery, whirl, wreath, wrestled|
||addresses, armies, calves, countries, leaves, buses, videos, echoes, shelves, studio, radios, halves, hooves, knives, taxes, tomatoes, opportunities, volcanoes, stitches, wolves|
||indecisive, outpatient, downgrade, uptight, acceleration, demolition, pension, champion, authorization, cancellation, autumn, knowledge, rhyme, scenery, wrestled, armies, shelves, radios, tomatoes, videos|
|34||“Charles Lindbergh, the Lone Eagle”
||unsuccessful, undoubtedly, impossibly, disloyalty, deactivation, unlikeable, replacement, unsafely, uncollectible, immeasurable, impassable, encouragement, unbelievable, unselfishly, rearrangement, discoverable, dishonestly, unbreakable, reappearance, reassurance|
|35||“To the Arctic with Matthew”
||astronomy, disaster, asterisk, astronaut, asteroid, chronic, chronicle, chronology, chronological, synchronize, cyclical, bicyclist, cyclone, encyclopedia, hydrogen, hydrant, hydrate, optic, optician, optical|
|36||“Life in Space”
||tractor, distract, traction, contract, attract, subtract, erupt, bankrupt, interrupt, abrupt, rupture, audio, audible, audience, auditorium, audition, verdict, diction, dictate, predict|
|37||“To the South Pacific”
||banana, chimpanzee, yogurt, almanac, syrup, cousin, stomach, language, foyer, acronym, chlorine, kayak, parka, balcony, replica, anchor, urban, coyote, chocolate, vanilla|
||impossibly, deactivation, immeasurable, unbreakable, reappearance, asteroid, chronology, cyclone, hydrate, optical, contract, bankrupt, audible, diction, almanac, language, balcony, chlorine, cousin, urban|
|1||What Is Science?
· Describe the relationship between evidence and opinion in scientific explanations.
|Investigation, science, evidence, opinion.|
|2||How Do Scientists Learn About the Natural World?
· Describe how scientific knowledge differs from information gathered in other ways.
|Prediction, origami, procedure.|
|3||What Are Some Types of Investigations?
· Explain that there are many methods to investigate phenomena, and compare various forms of investigations.
|Scientific methods, experiment, variable, control.|
|4||How Do You Perform a Controlled Experiment?
· Record data from repeated trials
|5||What Are Some Science Tools?
· Demonstrate proper and safe use of science tools
|Microscopic, balance, spring scale, accurate.|
|6||How Can Scientists Learn from Observations?
· Observe the natural world
|7||What Are Cells?
· Describe how the cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
|Cell, organism, cell membrane, nucleus, inherited trait, dominant trait, recessive trait.|
|8||How Can We Observe Cells?
· Observe cell structures of different types of cells.
|Senses, directing structures.|
|9||How Do Cells Work Together?
· Describe the relationship between organs, organ systems, and organisms.
|Tissue, organ system, skin, organ, brain.|
|12||How Do Our Bodies Move, Breathe, and Circulate Blood?
· Describe the structures of the skeletal system and their functions.
|Bone, muscle, lung, heart.|
|13||How Do Our Bodies Digest Food, Remove Wastes, and Send Messages?
· Sequence the path of digestion in humans, and know the function of each organ involved with the process.
|Stomach, liver, pancreas, kidney, bladder.|
|14||How Does the Body Stay Cool?
· Demonstrate the effects of evaporative cooling on body temperature.
|Hypothesis, sample, control, sweating, evaporation.|
|15||What Is an Ecosystem?
· Know what an ecosystem is.
|Environment, ecosystem, population, community, habitat, niche.|
|16||What Makes Up a Land Ecosystem?
· Observe, identify, and classify common organisms in a land ecosystem.
|Measure, determine, differences, similarities, variety, producer, consumer.|
|17||How Do Environmental Changes Affect Organisms?
· Recognise succession as a change of the organisms living in an ecosystem.
|18||How Do People Use Resources?
· Explain what a resource is.
|Natural resource, renewable resource, nonrenewable resource, pollution.|
|21||How Do People Conserve Resources?
· Understand conservation and its importance.
|22||How Can We Conserve Resources?
· Draw conclusions about how recycled paper can conserve resources.
|Physical characteristics, recycled.|
|23||What Are Minerals?
· Explain what minerals are and how they form.
|24||What Are Properties of Minerals?
· Describe the physical properties of minerals.
|25||How Can Rocks Be Classified?
· Recognise the Earth’s surface is made up of rocks.
|Rock, igneous rock, metamorphic rock, sedimentary rock.|
|26||What Are Fossils?
· Understand how fossils and fossil fuels are formed.
|Fossil, cast, mold, fossil fuel.|
|29||What Was Ancient Earth Like?
· Relate what fossils tell us about Earth’s history.
|Index fossil, mass extinction.|
|30||How Can Scientists Use Fossils?
· Understand how fossils are used to find the ages of rock layers.
|32||What Are the Oceans Like?
· Recognise how water differs in different parts of the ocean.
|Salinity, water pressure, continental shelf, continental slope, abyssal plain.|
|34||How Does Ocean Water Move?
· Understand how ocean waves form.
|Wave, current, tide, shore, jetty.|
|35||What Are Some Ocean Ecosystems?
· Recognise different ocean ecosystems.
|Intertidal zone, coral reef, plankton.|
|36||What Objects Are Part of the Solar System?
· Identify the main components of the solar system.
|Solar system, planet, comet, dwarf planet, asteroid.|
|37||How Do We Observe Objects in the Solar System?
· Describe and model ways scientists learn about objects in the solar system.
|Space probe, astronomer|
|38||What Are Stars and Galaxies?
· Explain that stars are very large and appear small in the sky because they are far away.
|Astronomy, star, universe, galaxy,|
Instructor: Nicholas Hansen
Textbook: Go Math!
Harcourt Publishing Company
|1||Ch.1 Place Value, Multiplication, and Expressions
– Place Value and Patterns
– Place Value of Whole Numbers
– Powers of 10 and Exponents
|Place value, period, distributive property, factor, product, base, exponent|
|2||Ch.1 Place Value, Multiplication, and Expressions (continued)
– Multiplication Patterns
– Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers
– Multiply by Multi-Digit Numbers
– Relate Multiplication to Division
– Multiplication and Division
|3||Ch.1 Place Value, Multiplication, and Expressions (continued)
– Numerical Expressions
– Evaluate Numerical Expressions
– Grouping Symbols
– Test Chapter 1
|Inverse operations, quotient
Numerical expression, evaluate, order of operations
|4||Ch. 2 Divide Whole Numbers
– Place the First Digit
– Divide by 1-Digit Divisors
|Dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder, inverse operation|
|5||Ch. 2 Divide Whole Numbers (continued)
– Division with 2-Digit Divisors
– Partial Quotients
– Estimate with 2-Digit Divisors
– Divide by 2-Digit Divisors
|6||Ch. 2 Divide Whole Numbers (continued)
– Interpret the Remainder
– Adjust Quotients
– Chapter 2 Test
|Compatible number, estimate, remainder, diagram|
|7||Ch. 3 Add and Subtract Decimals
– Place Value of Decimals
– Compare and Order Decimals
– Round Decimals
– Decimal Addition and Subtraction
|Thousandth, hundredth, tenth, place value, round|
|8||Ch. 3 Add and Subtract Decimals (continued)
– Estimate Decimal Sums and Differences
– Add Decimals
– Subtract Decimals
– Patterns with Decimals
– Add and Subtract Money
|Benchmark, sequence, term|
|9||Ch. 4 Multiply Decimals
– Multiplication Patterns with Decimals
– Multiply Decimals and Whole Numbers
– Multiplication with Decimals and Whole Numbers
– Multiply Using Expanded Form
|Decimal, hundredth, ones, pattern, expanded form|
|12||Ch. 4 Multiply Decimals (continued)
– Multiply Money
– Decimal Multiplication
– Multiply Decimals
– Zeros in the Product
|13||Ch. 5 Divide Decimals
– Division Patterns with Decimals
– Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers
– Estimate Quotients
– Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
|Decimal points, hundredth, tenth, compatible number|
|14||Ch. 5 Divide Decimals (continued)
– Decimal Division
– Divide Decimals
|15||Ch. 5 Divide Decimals (continued)
– Write Zeros in the Dividend
– Decimal Operations
|Equivalent fraction, remainder|
|16||Ch. 6 Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators
– Addition with Unlike Denominators
– Subtraction with Unlike Denominators
– Estimate Fraction Sums and Differences
|Sum, difference, benchmark|
|17||Ch. 6 Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators (continued)
– Common Denominators and Equivalent Fractions
– Add and Subtract Fractions
– Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers
– Subtraction with Renaming
|Common denominator, common multiples, simplest form, mixed number, rename|
|18||Ch. 6 Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators (continued)
– Patterns with Fractions
– Practice Addition and Subtraction
– Use Properties of Addition
|Property of addition|
|21||Ch. 7 Multiply Fractions
– Find Part of a Group
– Multiply Fractions and Whole Numbers
– Fraction and Whole Number Multiplication
|Denominator, numerator, product|
|22||Ch. 7 Multiply Fractions (continued)
– Multiply Fractions
– Compare Fraction Factors and Products
|23||Ch. 7 Multiply Fractions (continued)
– Fraction Multiplication
– Area and Mixed Numbers
|24||Ch. 7 Multiply Fractions (continued)
– Compare Mixed Number Factors and Products
– Multiply Mixed Numbers
– Finding Unknown Lengths
|25||Ch. 8 Divide Fractions
– Divide Fractions and Whole Numbers
– Use Multiplication
– Connect Fraction to Division
|Dividend, fraction, quotient, whole number|
|26||Ch. 8 Divide Fractions (continued)
– Fraction and Whole-Number Division
– Interpret Division with Fractions
|29||Christmas Prep Week|
|31||Ch. 9 Algebra: Patterns and Graphing
– Line Plots
– Ordered Pairs
– Graph Data
|Data, line plot, ordered pair, origin, x-axis, x-coordinate, y-axis, y-coordinate, interval, scale|
|32||Ch. 9 Algebra: Patterns and Graphing (continued)
– Line Graphs
|33||Ch. 9 Algebra: Patterns and Graphing (continued)
– Find a Rule
– Graph and Analyze Relationships
|34||Ch. 10 Convert Units of Measure
– Customary Length
– Customary Capacity
|Foot, inch, mile, yard, capacity, fluid ounce, gallon, pint, quart, pound, ton|
|35||Ch. 10 Convert Units of Measure (continued)
– Multistep Measurement Problems
– Metric Measures
– Customary and Metric Conversions
– Elapsed Time
|decameter, centimeter, decimeter, gram, kilogram, kilometer, liter, mass, meter, milligram, millimeter|
|36||Ch. 11 Geometry and Volume
|Congruent, heptagon, nonagon, polygon, regular polygon, decagon, hexagon, octagon, pentagon, quadrilateral|
|37||Ch. 11 Geometry and Volume (continued)
– Three-Dimensional Figures
– Unit Cubes and Solids Figures
– Understanding Volume
– Estimate Volume
|Unit cube, cubic unit, volume|
|38||Ch. 11 Geometry and Volume (continued)
– Volume of Rectangular Prisms
– Apply Volume Formulas
– Compare Volumes
– Find Volume of Composed Figures
|Unit cube, cubic unit, volume|