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Reading: Students will finish reading Wonder by R.J. Palacio this month. Over the course of our novel study, students focused on the changing perspectives of the main characters. Students will use their in-depth knowledge of the characters and their analysis skills to write a detailed response as a culminating activity to wrap up the novel study.
English: During November, students will complete their memoirs. In December, through the Family Traditions Report, students will learn about the similarities and differences of their classmates. Based on this written report, students will also be responsible for an oral presentation explaining their family tradition. Grammar and Sparks will continue throughout November and December.
Social Studies: As we study different regions of the world, students will develop an understanding of the physical and human geography of each region as well as significant historical events. During November students will be learning about Russia and the former Soviet Union. One of the goals of the curriculum is for students to draw conclusions and form opinions about the modern issues of each region that we study.
Science: Students will continue to study the unit, Earths Waters. Our next topic of study will be freshwater resources. Students will also work on various lab activities that prompt them to think about balancing water needs in modern society. The important topics of pollution and conservation will be key ideas for analysis and discussion.
Math
On Level: Students are continuing their unit of study on number theory more commonly known as fraction background. Some topics included in this unit include simplifying fractions, finding LCMs and GCFs and converting between fractions, percents and decimals. Concepts from the first unit, such as place value, estimating, and decimal operations rules do carry over from unit to unit. Students should be continuing to practice math facts and refining methods of actively studying for math quizzes & tests.
Above Level: Students have completed their algebra basics unit and have moved on to the decimal and fraction unit. Students will first review decimal computation and solve one- and two-step decimal equations.Other decimal topics to be covered are estimation, scientific notation, and ordering decimals. After completing study of decimals, students will explore how decimals connect to fractions and begin the background for the fraction unit.
Pre-Algebra: Students have completed the unit on integer equations and will use that knowledge as they move on to Unit Three and the study of decimal equations. Students continue to apply the rules of integers and balanced equations they learned in the previous two chapters. Next up: continuing and connecting those same skills with fractions.
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