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    ELA (Reading & Writing)- Unit 7 American Revolution  

    Reading-In this unit, students will be researching history (or a topic of choice) . . .
    Students will read a variety of informational texts on a topic of choice. They will reference specific information directly from the text to recount whathappened and whyas they explain
    events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in the text as well as to tell what the text is about. 

    Writing- This unit provides students with the opportunity to teach others about topics of interest to them. Unlike other units, this unit is scaffolded throughout to allow students to dive deeper into their research, making interpretations along the way. As part of their research, students will wrestle with citations, primary documents, conflicting views on a subject, and with the challenge of incorporating and synthesizing information of all sorts into a logically structured text. Students will research a topic of choice and will draw on the craft of informational writing to compose an engaging, detailed, and informative text


    Math- Module 6: Decimal Fractions

    This module gives students their first opportunity to explore decimal numbers via their relationship to decimal fractions, expressing a given quantity in both fraction and decimal forms. Utilizing the understanding of fractions developed throughout Module 5, students apply the same reasoning to decimal numbers, building a solid foundation for Grade 5 work with decimal operations. Previously referred to as whole numbers, all numbers written in the base-ten number systemwith place value units that are powers of 10 are henceforth referred to as decimal numbers, a setwhich now includestenths and hundredths (e.g., 1, 15, 248, 0.3, 3.02, and 24.35). 


    S.S. - History of Your State

    Students identify and describe significant buildings from different eras in their state’s history and brainstorm ways of researching their state history. Students research a building in their state and use it to tell part of their state’s history. Students research historical events in their state's history. they then choose one event and create an argument as to why it is the most important in their state's history. Students prepare to research a historical person in their state.