**PM Only**

**In-Class:**

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships Practice

CER write up for article “Earth’s moon” (Due 11/2)

Discuss response question from Wednesday

Directions for science book summary (Due 11/6)

**Homework:**

#31

Worksheet

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships Practice

CER write up for article “Earth’s moon” (Due 11/2)

Discuss response question from Wednesday

Directions for science book summary (Due 11/6)

#31

Worksheet

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships Practice

CER write up for article “Earth’s moon” (Due 11/2)

Discuss response question from Tuesday

Directions for science book summary (Due 11/6)

#31

Worksheet

PM Only

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships

- Problem 1.3

Finish “Looking at the Moon”

Read “Measuring Time with Calendars” and “Calculating the Observance of Ramadan”

PM Only

#30

In New Packet

Pg. 5

Problems 13, 14, and 15

AM Only

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships

- Problem 1.3

Finish “Looking at the Moon”

Read “Measuring Time with Calendars” and “Calculating the Observance of Ramadan”

AM Only

#30

In New Packet

Pg. 5

Problems 13, 14, and 15

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships

- Problem 1.2

Science Quiz

Looking at the Moon

#29

In Graphing Proportional Relationships Packet

Pg. 4

Problems 8, 9, and 10

Number Talk

Graphing Proportional Relationships - Problem 1.1

Grade Beam Spreading Questions

Talk about science books and requirements

#28

Pg. 4 (In New Packet)

Problem 1

Number Talk

Return Stretching and Shrinking books

Menu

Beam Spreading Demo

#26

Worksheet

Pick any 6 problems from the “Proportions Word Problems” side

Problems 5-10 on the back

Number Talk

Quiz

Menu

Beam Spreading Questions

Seasons Explanations

#27

Choose 8 more word problems from last nights packet

(must be solved by writing a proportion first)

Number Talk

Menu - Ratios, Rates, Percents, and Proportions

Small Group Science Demo and Discussion

#25

Worksheet

Number Talk

Comparing and Scaling Problem 4.3

Time Zones

#24

pg. 54

Continue working on "Problem 4.3" Parts C and D

Number Talk

Comparing and Scaling Problem 4.2

Library for science books

#23

Pg. 57

Problems 18, 24, and 25

Number Talk

Finish Poster Problem

Finish Sunrise/Sunset Data

Open/Closed Questions

#22

pg. 57

problems 16, 17, and 20

Returned signed progress reports

Math Test

Continue working on Sunrise/Sunset data

#20

pg. 56 (in packet)

problem 5

Number Talk

Comparing and Scaling 4.1

Sunrise/Sunset Data

Progress Reports

Take home models

#19

pg. 55 (in take-home packet, NOT the book)

problems 1-4

Number Talk

Quiz

Day/Night Think Questions

- Small group discussion

No homework due to quiz. Remember to study for test on Monday.

Teacher Collaboration Day - Early Release

**In-Class:**

AM Only:

Number Talk

Poster Problem

**Homework:**

AM Only - Finish Poster

AM Only:

Number Talk

Poster Problem

AM Only - Finish Poster

- applications of similar triangles

- finding missing measurements on similar figures

- evidence for round Earth

- cause of day/night

- orbit/rotation/revolution of Earth

Number Talk

Stretching and Shrinking - Extra Practice

Vocab

Readings

Day and Night Questions

#18 - Worksheet

Number Talk

Stretching and Shrinking 5.3

Earth/Moon Scale Project Due - Presenting to Class

Day and Night Discussions and Activity

#17

pg. 85

problems 5, 33, and 34

Number Talk

Stretching and Shrinking 5.2

Round Earth, Flat Earth

Shared Earth/Moon Models

Moon Log check-in

#16

pg. 84

problems 3 and 4

Reminder:

Scale project is due on Monday (10/5).

Using the procedure and notes written on Tuesday, create a three-dimensional scale model of the Earth and Moon. There needs to be a calculation sheet to show how you followed the procedure to create your model. You may use any spherical objects that you like for your model as long as they are correctly proportioned. Your model may be any size as long as it is correctly proportioned.

You may bring your model in on Friday (10/2) or on Monday (10/5).

Scale project is due on Monday (10/5).

Using the procedure and notes written on Tuesday, create a three-dimensional scale model of the Earth and Moon. There needs to be a calculation sheet to show how you followed the procedure to create your model. You may use any spherical objects that you like for your model as long as they are correctly proportioned. Your model may be any size as long as it is correctly proportioned.

You may bring your model in on Friday (10/2) or on Monday (10/5).

Number Talk

Stretching and Shrinking 5.1

Scale of the Universe Video

Scaling Practice

#15

pg. 84

problems 1-2

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