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Welcome to 5th Grade. Goals. Reading Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text. Quote accurately from a text when explaining what it says . Summarize a text Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story (how characters interact).

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goals
Goals
  • Reading
    • Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text.
    • Quote accurately from a text when explaining what it says.
    • Summarize a text
    • Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story (how characters interact).
    • Determine the meaning of words and phrases (figurative language).
    • Explain how chapters, scenes, or stanzas fit together to provide the overall structure.
    • Describe how a narrator’s or speakers point of view influences how events are described.
    • Analyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to text.

Compare and contrast stories in the same genre.

    • Writing Focus:

Quarter 1 – Narrative Quarter 3 – Expository/Informational

Quarter 2 – Opinion/Argument Quarter 4 – Poetry/Descriptive

goals1
Goals
  • Math
    • Operations and Algebraic Thinking
    • Number and Operations in Base Ten
    • Numbers and Operations – Fractions
    • Measurement and Data
    • Geometry
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BEAUBIEN SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR GUIDELINES

PURPOSE & HYPOTHESIS(10 POINTS) DUE:  October 4th

*Describe why you will be doing the experiment and what your prediction is.

*Your project should be approved before you continue working on it.

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COMPLETE REPORT & BOARDDUE: Monday, Nov. 4th

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REPORT COVER (10 POINTS)

*The cover should include the title of your report and a picture related to your topic.

TITLE PAGE (5 POINTS)

*Include (1) the title of your report, (2) your name, (3) the date, (4) your homeroom, (5) your grade.

ABSTRACT (10 POINTS)

*Must be at least two paragraphs in length and include a clear description of:

(1)     How did you do the experiment?

(2)     What did you learn from doing the experiment?

SCIENTIFIC METHOD (30 POINTS)

*Must include a detailed description of your experiment & include all of the following information:

(1) Purpose, (2) Hypothesis, (3) Materials, (4) Procedure, (5) Results, (6) Conclusions

*A minimum of 5 trials should be done!

DATA, CHARTS AND/OR GRAPHS (15 POINTS)

*Your results must be displayed in a visual form.  All labels, titles, numbers, and additional information need to be properly identified.

REVIEW OF LITERATURE (20 POINTS) *Optional-extra credit for grades 3 & 4

*A minimum of one page research that summarizes information you learned about your topic is required.  *A complete bibliography sheet must also be included to describe where you researched your information.

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VISUAL DISPLAY BOARD (50 POINTS)

*Neatly display all of the steps of the scientific method. This should be colorful, typed and include a visual display of your results (ex. Graph). HINT-photographs of you doing your experiment and/or pictures of your project look great.  Be creative!

ORAL PRESENTATION (25 POINTS)

*You will briefly summarize your experiment in front of your classmates and teacher.

*Be prepared to answer questions about your experiment.

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*Every student must complete an individual written report especially if you are working with a partner.*

Two reminders-NO mold or bacteria growing experiments will be allowed.

All measurements should be done using the metric system (for ex. Centimeters, Milliliters, Grams).

classroom rules
Classroom Rules
  • Do not talk while others are talking.
  • Hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  • Be polite to one another!
  • No profanity!
  • Use a level one voice while working with others (in groups).
  • Walk on the right ride of the hallway and keep voices off.
  • Be considerate and courteous of those around you.
absences tardies
Absences/Tardies

Five unexcused absences or tardies will result in a students detention.

  • Absences are only excused with a written note.
  • Students must be in the classroom by the second bell, 7:45a.m. or they will be marked tardy.
  • 5 tardies will result in a detention.
homework
Homework

Homework

  • Reinforces the skills and materials learned during classes
  • Prepares students for upcoming lessons
    • Please check your child’s planner daily

Late Homework

  • Late work policy
  • Five or more late assignments result

in a check on the report card

grading scale
Grading Scale

100 – 90 A

89 – 80 B

79 – 74 C

73 – 66 D

Below 65 F

All Work Will Be Check!! Not All Work Will Be Graded!!!!

science fair
Science Fair
  • Due Date: November 4, 2013
  • The School Science Fair is Friday, December 6th.
  • Science boards are sold in room 305,005, & 302 for $4.00
miscellaneous
Miscellaneous

Lunch Money

  • Please send exact change!!!
  • Don’t pay ahead!!
  • Full ($2.45)
  • Reduced ($.40)
  • Milk ($.35)

Birthdays

  • Seal, store bought treats (Please be aware of allergies)
  • Due to allergies, we strongly recommend a non-edible treat.
    • Examples : pencils, erasers, stickers, etc.

Recess

  • Have your child dress accordingly for all weather conditions.

Forms

  • Please send any missing forms you might still have!!!

MAP Testing (Winter and Spring only)

Join Band!!! Sign up next Friday (9/13) from2:45-3:45p.m.

PTO

  • Please join!!! ($15 for the year)
  • Save the date! November 16this Trivia Night. Keep an eye out for flyers.

Instructional fee ($50.00)

1st Quarter Progress reports will be sent home September 25th. Please sign and return it as soon as possible.

Tuesday, November 12 is Report Card Pick-Up day!!!

contact information
Contact Information

cewalsh1@cps.edu