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Dodie Robertson, Ashley King, Don Palermo Math, Science, & Social Studies Date: September 15-19 CONNECTION TO CCSS: 5.NBT.5 Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm 5.NBT.7 Multiply based on the properties of operations ***SCIENCE is carrying over due to Case21 testing*** MONDAY: MATH: Properties of Multiplication; Multiplying with patterns Daily Spiral Review; SW look up vocabulary for the properties. TW introduce multiplication properties and relate them to the addition properties- commutative, associative, identify, and zero. SW build arrays using M&Ms (commutative) and model different groups (associative). TW discuss multiplying with patterns (5, 50, 500). Pose the problem- Suppose 3 people can sit at a table. How many people can sit at 2 tables? How many can sit at 20 tables? SW add vocabulary to their interactive notebook. SW complete odd numbers on p. 58-59 and even numbers on p. 61. SW discuss their classwork aloud. RESOURCES/MATERIALS: Flipchart, interactive journal, Envision 3-1, 3-2 DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: BGL- Teacher will work with students as needed AGL- Students will model multiplication using area models SCIENCE: Lesson 4 – Read page 66-67 on the Circulatory System and the Respiratory System. The students will trace the path of blood through their bodies and explain where it picks up oxygen and transports it to different parts of the body. They will complete the interactive flaps for their science notebook on these 2 systems. Fill in study guide. TUESDAY: MATH: Multiply by one digit; Lattice Method Daily spiral review; TW introduce multiplying 1 number by 2 and 3 digits using a variety of methods to meet the needs of all learners. Ask students, if I draw a rectangle on graph paper, how can I find the area? Pose the problem- Suppose the school cafeteria orders 3 cases of milk. Each case contains 28 cartons of milk. How many cartons are ordered? Picture- have students draw the cartons with milk in it. Models- Have students draw a 3 by 28 rectangle on grid paper. How can we find the area? Next, separate the rectangle into two parts- a 3 by 8 and a 3 by 20. Lattice Method- using the same problem the TW introduce the lattice method of multiplying. SW then use these strategies to solve problems. Book p. 65-66. SW discuss what they learned aloud with the class. RESOURCES/MATERIALS: Envision Lesson; Interactive Journal; Daily spiral review; Grid paper DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: BGL- Teacher will work with students as needed finding patterns and identifying properties of multiplication AGL- Students will complete the break it down activity in Envision SCIENCE: Lesson 4 – Read page 68-69 in the Science text on the Nervous System. The students will complete the interactive notebook flap on the Nervous System and put it in their science notebooks. Fill in study guide WEDNESDAY: MATH: Multiply two by two and three, Lattice Method Daily Spiral Review; TW introduce multiplying 2 and 3 digit numbers by 2 and 3 digit numbers. SW use the various strategies taught- drawing, break apart and lattice method. SW work problems from lesson 3-5 and 3-6. SW discuss classwork aloud and share their methods of solving multi digit multiplication problems. Use videos on Learnzillion: Log in with Google for the second video. https://learnzillion.com/lessons/528-multiply-multidigit-numbers-using-an-areamodel https://learnzillion.com/lessons/529-multiply-multidigit-numbers-using-partialproducts RESOURCES/MATERIALS: Textbook; Workbook; Daily Spiral Review DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: BGL: Students will use grid paper to multiply AGL: Students will work on School Fair enrichment page SCIENCE: Science Assessment on Lesson 4, the human body systems THURSDAY: MATH: Review properties and multi digit multiplication, Lattice Method TASKS: SW complete game/tasks as a review. 1. Write a multi digit multiplication word problem for a classmate to solve. Swap with a partner, solve the problem and justify you response. 2. SW write multiplication sentences using the different properties for a partner to label multiplication properties 3. SW complete their interactive notebooks 4. Quick checks RESOURCES/MATERIALS: Daily Spiral Review; Textbook; WB DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: BGL: SW continue to use grid paper to add and subtract decimals AGL: SW create multiple step addition and subtraction word problems for a partner to solve SCIENCE: Test on Chapter 1 FRIDAY: MATH: Spiral Review; TW review. Quiz on multiplying RESOURCES/MATERIALS: Assessment DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: SW highlight clue words; BGL- SW complete 5 questions and let the teacher check their work. SOCIAL STUDIES: Weekly Reader (Alternating stories between classes for the time being)