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    Subject: Science                                         5th Grade Mr. Johnson

    Date: 1/21-25/2019

    Standards: 

    E.5.8B Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles that govern moon phases, day and night, appearance of objects in the sky, and seasonal changes.

    E.5.8B.4 Obtain information and analyze how our understanding of the solar system has evolved over time (e.g., Earth-centered model of Aristotle and Ptolemy compared to the Sun-centered model of Copernicus and Galileo).

    Essential Question: Why and how scientists have different models of Earth throughout time?

    I CAN:  I can obtain information and analyze it to understand our solar system better and how it has evolved over time.

    Monday:  1/21

    NO SCHOOL

    REV. DR. M.L.K., Jr.

    HOLIDAY

    Bell ringer:

     (5 Min.)

    Review skills: PPT

     

    TT and TSW discuss student responses.

    Technology: Activotes will be used to answer the bell ringer.

     

     

     

    Anticipatory Set:

    (10 Min.)

    TT and TSW discuss.

     

     

     

     

     

    Procedures:

    Closure/Assessment:

    (30 Min.)

     

    Tuesday:  1/22

    Bell ringer: Question from District’s 2nd 9weeks Test

    (5 Min.)

    Review skills: PPT

    TT and TSW discuss student responses.

    Technology: Activotes will be used to answer the bell ringer.

     

    Anticipatory Set:

    (10 Min.)

    TT and TSW discuss.

    Study Jams video from EARTH, SUN, AND MOON.

     

     

     

    Procedures:

    Draw and begin research on the various models of Earth that have been create over the years.

    Aristotle, Ptolemy, etc.

    Closure/Assessment:

    (15 Min.)

    Teacher will read a section of the classroom/science chapter book.

     

     

     

    Wednesday:  1/23

    Bell ringer: Question from District’s 2nd 9weeks Test

    (5 Min.)

    Review skills: PPT

    TT and TSW discuss student responses.

    Technology: Activotes will be used to answer the bell ringer.

     

    Anticipatory Set:

    (10 Min.)

    TT and TSW discuss.

    Review the weekly handout from Stem Scopes about the Earth, Sun, and Moon.

     

     

    Procedures:

    Complete the Stem Scopes section Claim-Evidence-Reasoning.

     

     

    Closure/Assessment:

    (15 Min.)

    Teacher will read a section of the classroom/science chapter book.

     

    Thursday:  1/24

    Bell ringer: Question from District’s 2nd 9weeks Test

    (5 Min.)

    Review skills: PPT

    TT and TSW discuss student responses.

    Technology: Activotes will be used to answer the bell ringer.

     

    Anticipatory Set:

    (10 Min.)

    TT and TSW discuss.
    Review all sections of Stem Scopes: Earth, Sun, and Moon.

     

     

    Procedures:

    Complete all the Stem Scopes sections of Earth-Sun-Moon.

     

     

    Closure/Assessment:

    (15 Min.)

    Teacher will read a section of the classroom/science chapter book.

     

     

     

    Friday:  1/25

    Bell ringer: Question from District’s 2nd 9weeks Test

    (5 Min.)

    Review skills: PPT

    TT and TSW discuss student responses.

    Technology: Activotes will be used to answer the bell ringer.

     

    Anticipatory Set:

    (10 Min.)

    TT and TSW discuss.

    Review all sections of Stem Scopes: Earth, Sun, and Moon

     

     

    Procedures:

    Students will complete various reading/writing sections using various models as a starter.

     

    Closure/Assessment:

    (15 Min.)

    The teacher will read a section of the classroom/science chapter book.

     

    Homework:

    None NO SCHOOL

    REV. DR. M.L.K., Jr.

    HOLIDAY

    Homework:

    Study all notes and complete first 5 notecards from the weekly vocabulary words.

    Homework:

    Study all notes and complete last 5 notecards from the weekly vocabulary words.

    Homework:

    None because of Health Fair tonight at school

    Homework:

    None


    Weekly Vocabulary:  Evolved               Universe                Galaxy                   Star                  Solar System

                                          Light Year           Planet                     Dwarf Planet       Enormous       Milky Way