# John Drugan Elementary 42 (2-1/2) 1

```John Drugan Elementary 1st - 9 Weeks
Weeks at a Glance 2015-2016
Essential Question: “How can the decisions we make affect our future?
Independent Reading: 5.9A- read independently for a sustained period of time and paraphrase what the reading was about, maintaining meaning and logical order (e.g., generate a reading log or journal; participate in book talks, 30-35 minutes EOY)
.
Week
of:
Language Arts
Vocabulary
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Week 1
Jul. 28- 31
meaning of
English words
derived from
Latin other
linguistic roots
and affixes
Latin - rupt
(rupture,
eruption), port
(transport,
import, report),
spect
(spectator,insp
ector), ject
(projection),enc
e, ance RS
(Genre &amp; Comprehension Skill)
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Poetry
5.4A- Analyze how poets use sound effects
(alliteration, internal rhyme, onomatopoeia,
rhyme scheme) to reinforce meaning in
poem
Supporting Standard
5.8A- Evaluate the impact of sensory details,
imagery, and figurative language in literary
text
Language Arts
Fig.19 Skill
*5.Fig.19A- establish
selected texts based
upon own or others’
desired outcome to
enhance
comprehension
(informed, understand,
interpret, solve
problems, be
entertained, to provide
enjoyment)
*5.Fig.19C- monitor
comprehension ( using
background
knowledge, creating
sensory images,
aloud, generating
questions, context
Math
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Unit 1: Extending Whole Number
Operations
Review
*Multiplication facts
*Place Value: Compare and order whole
numbers to the billions (supporting 5.2B)
77.42%
*Represent the value of the digit in whole
numbers through the billions using
expanded notation (supporting 5.2A)
89.04%
*Round whole numbers to the billions
(supporting 5.2C)83.56%
Process standards: 5.1A-G
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Science
Science Fair, Thursday, Sept. 25 (At least 50% of
instructional time.)
Unit 1: Science Safety and Notebooking
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles
and gloves.
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
Spiral TEKS
5.6(D) Design an experiment that tests the effect of
force on an object. (50%)
5.8(C) Demonstrate that Earth rotates on its axis.
(65%)
5.9(C) Predict the effects of changes in ecosystems
caused by living organisms. (64%)
Social Studies
Thinking Like a Geographer
5.6A apply geographic tools to
construct/interpret maps
5.6B translate geographic data into a
variety of formats
5.7A describe a variety of regions in
the United States that result from
patterns of human activity
5.7B describe a variety of regions in
the United States that result from
physical characteristics
such as the Great Plains, Rocky
Mountains, and Coastal Plains
Health
5.6A
Distinguish
btw.
healthy &amp;
harmful
influences
of friends &amp;
others
5.6B
Describe
the
characterist
ics of
healthy and
unhealthy
friendships
Olweus
Bullying
Tech.
5.1Bsave &amp;
delete
files
5.1Eaccess
printer
5.2Ause
mouse,
drive
5.2Buse
keyboa
rding
Week 2
Aug. 3-7
meaning of
English words
derived from
Greek, or other
linguistic roots
and affixes
Greek - graph
(geography,
photograph,
graphic), photo
(photosynthesis
, photocopy),
ism, ist
Standard
Fiction- Fables &amp; Legends
5.3A- Compare and contrast the
themes/moral lessons of several works of
fiction from various cultures (fables,
legends)
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts representing
similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
(5 W’s), interpretive
(mean?), and
evaluative
(agree/disagree,
believe, feel,
opinion)questions of
text (before, during,
*5.Fig.19D- make
and use textual
evidence to support
understanding (title,
cover, illustrations,
plot, facts/details,
background
knowledge)
Spiral
*5.Fig.19F- make
connections (e.g.,
analysis) between &amp;
across multiple text of
various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
Unit 1: Extending Whole Number
Operations
*Estimate whole numbers to determine
solutions to mathematical and real-world
multiplication or division (supporting
5.3A)80.82%
*Add and subtract whole numbers fluently
Process standards: 5.1A-G
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 1: Science Safety and Notebooking
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles
and gloves.
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
SCIENCE SAFETY ASSESSMENT
5.7C locate on a map important
political features such as the ten
largest urban areas in the United
States, the 50 states and their capitals,
and regions such as the Northeast, the
Midwest, and
the Southwest
5.7D locate on a map important
physical features such as the Rocky
Mountains, Mississippi River,
and Great Plains
5.8 A identify and describe the types of
settlement and patterns of land use in
the United States
5.8B explain the geographic factors
that influence patterns of settlement
and the distribution of
population in the United States
5.9D
Describe
benefits in
setting &amp;
implementi
ng short &amp;
long term
goals
5.9E
Explain the
necessity
of
perseveran
ce to
achieve
goals
5.9F
Explain the
importance
of
parent/trust
guidance in
goal setting
Olweus
Bullying
5.2Dproduc
e
docum
ents
5.7Buse
softwar
e
5.8Aparticip
ate in
group
projects
Week 3
Aug. 11-14
5.2B- Use
context ( insentence
restatement) to
determine or
clarify the
meaning of
unfamiliar or
multiple
meaning words
(surrounding, in
sentence,
definition,restat
ement,homogra
ph)RS
Novel- Woods Runner
5.3A- Compare and contrast the
themes/moral lessons of several works of
fiction from various cultures (realistic
fiction, historical fiction)
5.3C- Explain the effect of a historical
event or movement on the theme of a work
of literature. SS
5.6A- Describe incidents that advance the
story or novel, explaining how each incident
gives rise to or foreshadows future events
(background, rising action, climax, falling
action, resolution)RS (plot)
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts representing
similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
Three Week Test: Mentoring Minds/
Laughing Flower (Poetry)
5.Fig.19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
(short paragraph, main
characters, main idea,
BME, paraphrase)RS
&amp; SS
5.Fig. 19C- monitor
comprehension ( using
background
knowledge, creating
sensory images,
aloud, generating
questions, context
Spiral
5.Fig.19F- make
connections (e.g.,
analysis) between &amp;
across multiple text of
various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
RS
Unit 1: Extending whole Number
Operations
*Multiply with fluency a three-digit number
by a two-digit number using standard
algorithm and lattice method (supporting
5.3B) 100%
*Solve with proficiency for quotients of up
to a four-digit dividend by a two-digit
algorithm (supporting 5.3C) 68.49%
Process standards: 5.1A-G
Three Weeks assessment Unit 1 Whole
Numbers only
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 1 &amp; 2: Physical Properties of Matter
5.5(A) Classify matter based on physical
properties, including mass, magnetism, physical
state (solid, liquid, &amp; gas), relative density
(sinking and floating), solubility in water, and the
ability to conduct or insulate thermal energy or
electrical energy. (RS)
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles and
gloves.
5.8C analyze the reasons for the
location of cities
in the United States, including capital
cities, and explain their distribution
5.9 B analyze the positive and
negative consequences of human
modification of the
environment in the US
5.9C analyze the consequences of
human modification of the environment
in the U.S.
5.13 A compare how people in
different parts of
the US earn a living
5.9B
Assess the
role of
assertivene
ss, refusal
skills &amp;
peer
pressure
on decision
making &amp;
problem
solving
5.9C Utilize
critical
thinking in
decision
making &amp;
problem
solving
Olweus
Bullying
5.9Buse
softwar
e
feature
s
5.10Ause
font
attribut
es
5.11Apublish
informa
tion
Week 4
Aug. 18-21
5.2B- Use
context ( insentence
restatement) to
determine or
clarify the
meaning of
unfamiliar or
multiple
meaning words
(surrounding, in
sentence,
definition,
restatement,
homograph)RS
Novel- Woods Runner
5.3A- Compare and contrast the
themes/moral lessons of several works of
fiction from various cultures (realistic
fiction, historical fiction)
5.3C- Explain the effect of a historical
event or movement on the theme of a work
of literature.
Supporting Standard
5.6A- Describe incidents that advance the
story or novel, explaining how each incident
gives rise to or foreshadows future events
(background, rising action, climax, falling
action, resolution)
5.6C- Explain different forms of third-person
points of view in stories (omniscient/thirdperson omniscient) SS
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts representing
similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
5.Fig.19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
(short paragraph, main
characters, main idea,
BME, paraphrase)
(Fiction &amp;
Expository) &amp;
Supporting Standard
(Literary Nonfiction,
Poetry, Drama)
Spiral
5.Fig.19F- make
connections (e.g.,
analysis) between &amp;
across multiple text of
various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
5.Fig. 19C- monitor
comprehension ( using
background
knowledge, creating
sensory images,
aloud, generating
questions, context
Unit 2 Algebraic Reasoning Whole
Numbers Only
Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
*Describe the meaning of parentheses and
brackets in a numeric expression. Explain
and identify the difference between
expression and equation.(Supporting 5.4E)
*Simplify numerical expressions that do not
involve exponents, including up to two
levels of grouping (readiness 5.4F) 80.14%
*Represent and solve multi-step problems
involving the four operations with whole
numbers using equations with a letter
standing for the unknown quantity.
*Process standards: 5.1A-G
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 1 &amp; 2: Physical Properties of Matter
5.5(B) Identify the boiling and freezing/melting
point of water on the Celsius scale. (SS)
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles and
gloves.
Colonization
5.1A explain when, where, and why
groups of
people explored, colonized, and settled
in the US:
the search for religious freedom and
economic
gain
5.1B describe the accomplishments of
individuals
during the colonial period: William
Hutchinson, William Penn, John Smith,
John Wise, and Roger Williams
5.6A apply geographic tools to
5.9C analyze the consequences of
human
modification of the environment in the
US
Project Idea: Students will begin to
create a historical poster about the
colonization and settlement in the
U.S.
5.6C ID.
Ways to
enhance
personal
communica
tion skills
5.6D
Analyze
respectful
ways to
communica
te with
family,
peers
Olweus
Bullying
5.2D- ID &amp;
explain the
meaning of
common idioms
Novel Woods Runner
5.3B- Describe the phenomena explained in
origin myths from various cultures.
5.6B- Explain the roles and functions of
characters in various plots, including their
relationships and conflicts(Man vs. man,
Week 5
Aug. 25-28
Early Release- Aug. 26
Spiral- Poetry of the Week
5.4A- Analyze how poets use sound effects
(alliteration, internal rhyme, onomatopoeia,
rhyme scheme) to reinforce meaning in
poem
Supporting Standard
5.4- Poetry
Fig. 19D- make inferences about poetry &amp;
use textual evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize &amp; paraphrase poetry
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts texts
representing similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
Fig. 19D- make
and use textual
evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
Fig. 19F- make
connections between
&amp; across multiple text
of various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
Unit 2 Algebraic Reasoning Whole
Numbers Only
Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
*Describe the meaning of parentheses and
brackets in a numeric expression. Explain
and identify the difference between
expression and equation.(Supporting 5.4E)
*Simplify numerical expressions that do not
involve exponents, including up to two
levels of grouping (readiness 5.4F) 80.14%
*Represent and solve multi-step problems
involving the four operations with whole
numbers using equations with a letter
standing for the unknown quantity.
*Process standards: 5.1A-G
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 1 &amp; 2: Physical Properties of Matter
5.5(C) Demonstrate that some mixtures maintain
physical properties of their ingredients, such as
iron filings and sand. (SS)
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles and
gloves.
5.10A explain the economic patterns of
early European colonists
5.10B identify major industries of
colonial America
5.11A describe the development of the
free
enterprise system in colonial America
5.11B describe how the free enterprise
system
works in the US
Project Idea: design a quilt where
each square illustrates colonial
industry
5.6E
Demonstrat
e ways of
communica
ting with
individuals
who
communica
te in unique
ways such
as having a
speech
defect and
not
speaking
English
5.2D- ID &amp;
explain the
meaning of
common
sayings
Assessment:
Student booklet
(idioms &amp;
Novel Woods Runner
Drama
5.5A- Analyze the similarities and
differences between an original text and its
plot, dialogue of original text vs dramatic
5.6B- Explain the roles and functions of
characters in various plots, including their
relationships and conflicts(Man vs. man,
Man vs. Self)
Week 6
Sept. 2-4
Spiral- Poetry of the Week
5.4A- Analyze how poets use sound effects
(alliteration, internal rhyme, onomatopoeia,
rhyme scheme) to reinforce meaning in
poem
5.4- Poetry
Fig. 19D- make inferences about poetry &amp;
use textual evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize &amp; paraphrase poetry
Six Weeks Test/Mentoring Minds
The Storyteller (Fiction)
Fig. 19D- make
and use textual
evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
Fig. 19F- make
connections between
&amp; across multiple text
of various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
Units 3 and 4: Extending
Decimals/Financial Literacy
*Represent the value of the digit in
decimals through the thousandths using
expanded notation (supporting standards
5.2A) 89.04%
*Compare and order decimals to tenths,
hundredths, thousandths, whole numbers
and represent comparisons using the
symbols &gt;, &lt;, = (readiness standards 5.2B)
77.42%
*Round decimals to tenths, hundredths,
thousandths, whole numbers
(support standards 5.2C) 83.56%
*Develop a system for keeping and using
financial records (5.10D)
*Describe actions that might be taken to
balance a budget when expenses exceed
income (supporting standard 5.10E)
*Balance a Simple budget (supporting
standard 5.10F)
*Process standards: 5.1A-G
*Personal Financial Literacy TEKS 5.10 AC will be embedded throughout the nine
weeks (vocabulary)
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
*Six Weeks assessment on units
2 whole numbers only
Unit 1 &amp; 2: Physical Properties of Matter
5.5(D) Identify changes that can occur in the
physical properties of their ingredients, such as
dissolving salt in water or adding lemon juice to
water. (SS)
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
5.4(B) Use safety equipment, including goggles and
gloves.
UNIT 1 &amp; 2 ASSESSMENT
5.11C give examples of the benefits of
the free
enterprise system in the US
5.13A compare how people in different
parts of
the US earn a living
5.13B identify and explain how
geographic
factors have influenced the location of
economic
activities in the US
5.14A identify and compare the
systems of
government of early European
colonists:
representative government and
monarchy
5.6F Apply
&amp; practice
strategies
for selfcontrol
Week 7
Sept. 8-11
Labor Day-No School, Sept. 7
5.2E- use a
dictionary,
glossary,
thesaurus to
determine the
meanings,
syllabication,
pronunciation
alternate word
choices &amp; parts
of speech of
wordsRS
Fiction
5.3B- Describe the phenomena explained in
origin myths from various cultures.
Supporting Standard
Drama
5.5A- Analyze the similarities and
differences between an original text and its
plot, dialogue of original text vs dramatic
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts texts
representing similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
Fig. 19D- make
and use textual
evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
Fig. 19F- make
connections between
&amp; across multiple text
of various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
Units 3 and 4: Extending
Decimals/Financial Literacy
*Represent the value of the digit in
decimals through the thousandths using
expanded notation (supporting standards
5.2A) 89.04%
*Compare and order decimals to tenths,
hundredths, thousandths, whole numbers
and represent comparisons using the
symbols &gt;, &lt;, = (readiness standards 5.2B)
77.42%
*Round decimals to tenths, hundredths,
thousandths, whole numbers
(support standards 5.2C) 83.56%
*Develop a system for keeping and using
financial records (5.10D)
*Describe actions that might be taken to
balance a budget when expenses exceed
income (supporting standard 5.10E)
*Balance a Simple budget (supporting
standard 5.10F)
*Process standards: 5.1A-G
*Personal Financial Literacy TEKS 5.10 AC will be embedded throughout the nine
weeks (vocabulary)
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 3: Forces
5.6(D) Design an experiment that tests the effect
of force on an object.
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
testable hypothesis, and select and use appropriate
equipment and technology.
5.2(C) Collect information by detailed observations
and accurate measuring.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(E) Demonstrate that repeated investigations may
increase the reliability of results.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
4.14B identify examples of
representative
government in the American colonies:
the
Mayflower Compact and the Virginia
House of
Burgesses
5.22A identify the similarities and
differences
within and among various groups in the
US
5.23A identify the accomplishments of
notable
individuals in the fields of science and
technology: Benjamin Franklin
5.6G
Describe
strategies
for stress
managem.
Celebrate Freedom Week Sept. 17-23
Constitution Day, Sept. 17
Week 8
Sept. 14-19
5.2E- use a
dictionary,
glossary,
thesaurus to
determine the
meanings,
syllabication,
pronunciation
alternate word
choices &amp; parts
of speech of
words
Fiction
5.3B- Describe the phenomena explained in
origin myths from various cultures.
Supporting Standard
Drama
5.5A- Analyze the similarities and
differences between an original text and its
plot, dialogue of original text vs dramatic
Spiral: (Focus on Expository)
5.11(A) Summarize the main ideas and
supporting details in a text in ways that
maintain meaning and logical order 53%
5.11(C) Analyze how the organizational
pattern of a text influences the relationships
among the ideas 64%
5.11(E) Synthesize and make logical
connections between ideas and within a text
and across two or three texts texts
representing similar or different genres 67%
5.19(F) make connections between and
across multiple texts of various genres and
provide textual evidence 67%
Fig. 19D- make
and use textual
evidence to support
understanding
Fig. 19E- summarize
information in text,
maintaining meaning
and logical order
Fig. 19F- make
connections between
&amp; across multiple text
of various genres &amp;
provide text evidence
Unit 2 Algebraic Reasoning decimals
Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
*Simplify numerical expressions that do not
involve exponents, including up to two
*Represent and solve multi-step problems
involving the four operations with whole
numbers using equations with a letter
standing for the unknown quantity.
*Process standards: 5.1A-G
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
Unit 3: Forces
5.6(D) Design an experiment that tests the effect
of force on an object.
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.2(A) Describe, plan, and implement simple
experimental investigations testing one variable.
testable hypothesis, and select and use appropriate
equipment and technology.
5.2(C) Collect information by detailed observations
and accurate measuring.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(E) Demonstrate that repeated investigations may
increase the reliability of results.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.2(G) Construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and
charts using technology, including computers, to
organize, examine, and evaluate information.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
UNIT 3 ASSESSMENT
Celebrate Freedom Week
• Texas Education Code (TEC)
&sect;29.907 intent, meaning, and importance of the
Declaration of Independence and the
U.S.
Constitution, including the Bill of
Rights, in
their historical contexts
• Each school district shall require that,
students in Grades 3-12 Study and
recite the following text: &quot;We hold
these Truths to be self-evident
• Constitution Day – September 17
(9/12-16) 5.17D- ID origins of
Constitution Day
Project Idea: create a collage with
words &amp; pictures illustrating
images of the Bill of Rights
5.8A
Explain the
importance
of
communica
tion skills
as a major
influence
on the
social &amp;
emotional
health of
the
individual &amp;
family
5.8C
Describe
how a safe
school
environmen
t relates to
a healthy
community
Review
Comprehensive
Review
Week 9
Sept. 21-25
Early Release- Sept. 23
Unit 1 CScope Assessment
Review
Unit 2 Algebraic Reasoning decimals
Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
*Simplify numerical expressions that do not
involve exponents, including up to two
levels of grouping (readiness 5.4F) 80.14%
*Represent and solve multi-step problems
involving the four operations with whole
numbers using equations with a letter
standing for the unknown quantity.
*Process standards: 5.1A-GC
Spiral TEKS:
5.3E(R) Solve for products of decimals to
the hundredths, including situations
involving money, using strategies based on
place-value understanding, properties of
operations, and the relationship to the
multiplication of whole numbers. (60.96%)
5.3L (R) Divide whole numbers by unit
fractions and unit fractions by whole
numbers. 64.38%
5.9C (R) Solve one – and two-step
problems using data from a frequency table,
dot plot, bar graph, stem-and-leaf plot, or
scatterplot. 64.52%
5.3F (S) Represent quotients of decimals to
the hundredths, up to four-digit dividends
and two-digit whole number divisors, using
objects and pictorial models, including area
models. 35.62%
5.3I Represent and solve multiplication of a
whole number and a fraction that refers to
the same whole using objects and pictorial
models, including area models. 43.84%
*Cumulative Review
Cumulative 9 weeks assessment
Unit 4: Light and Electrical Energy
5.6(A) Explore the uses of energy, including
mechanical, light, thermal, electrical, and sound
energy. (RS)
Process Skills
5.1(A) Demonstrate safe practices and the use of
safety equipment as described in the Texas Safety
Standards during classroom and outdoor
investigations.
5.1(B) Make informed choices in the conservation,
disposal, and recycling of materials.
testable hypothesis, and select and use appropriate
equipment and technology.
5.2(D) Analyze and interpret information to
construct reasonable explanations from direct
(observable) and indirect (inferred) evidence.
5.2(F) Communicate valid conclusions in both
written and verbal forms.
5.3(C) Draw or develop a model that represents how
something works or looks that cannot be seen such
as how a soda dispensing machine works.
5.4(A) Collect, record, and analyze information
using tools.
Technology Projects: Students will interview a partner with guiding questions and will use Microsoft Word to create a profile sheet about that person, to include picture insert, font, color, word art, etc.
Take Home Project: Students will create and present School Science Fair Project using all the steps of the scientific process.
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