# W5 E-Learning (4/27-5/1)

Teacher Kathleen Manning Math, Science, SS 4 5 Angles/Food Chains/Florida's Economy and Space Program
Standard(s) Taught

MATH:        MAFS.4.MD.3.6       MD.3.7     4.G.1.1

• Measure angles in whole number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specific measure.
• Recognize angle measures as additive- that the whole angle is equal to the sum of its parts.
• Draw points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, acute, obtuse). Identify these in two dimensional figures.

SCIENCE:   SC.4.L.17.2        SC.4.L.17.3

• Explain that animals, including humans, cannot make their own food and that when animals eat plants or other animals, the energy stored in the food source is passed to them.
• Trace the flow of energy from the Sun as it is transferred along the food chain through the producers to the consumers.

SOCIAL STUDIES:  SS.4.A.8.3      4.A.8.4

• Describe the effect of the United States space program on Florida’s economy and growth.
• Explain how tourism affects Florida’s economy and growth.
Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

The student will:

• Measure an angle to the nearest whole number degrees using a protractor.
• Use a protractor to sketch an angle given a specific measurement.
• Recognize angle measure as additive, explaining that the angle measurement of a larger angle is the sum of the angle measures of its decomposed parts.
• Solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles on a diagram in real world and mathematical problems.
• Draw points, lines, line segments, rays, right angles (exactly 90 degrees), acute angles (less than 90 degrees), and obtuse angles (91-179 degrees).
• Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (acute, right, obtuse) in two-dimensional shapes.
• Review that all living things need energy to survive.
• Explain that plants make their own food and are called producers.
• Explain that animals, including humans, cannot make their own food and are called consumers.
• Explain that when animals eat plants or other animals, the energy stored in the food source is passed to them.
• Describe that all life on Earth is dependent upon the Sun.
• Trace the flow of energy from the sun as it is transferred along the food chain through the producers to the consumers (e.g. SUN –> GRASS –> RABBIT –> FOX)
• Explain that some energy is lost from one organism to the next in the form of heat.
• Classify consumers as herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores.
• Describe the relationship between plants as producers and animals as consumers.
• Discuss the development of the national space program.
• Identify how the national space program impacts Florida’s economy and population.
• Identify the major components of Florida’s tourist industry, including cultural sites, eco-tourism, beaches, natural wonders, and amusement parks.
• Explain how tourism impacts Florida’s economy.
Classroom Activities

# for E-Learning

1. Students will log onto their vPortal account via the Volusia County student page https://www.vcsedu.org/students
2. Select “Canvas” icon
3. They should see 4 courses: English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies
4. Modules represent each week and include individual pages with directions for each day of the week in the form of a “To Do” list for students on the right hand side of the page.
5. All assignments, videos, and activities will be linked directly onto the day.
6. Students can e-mail me directly through the course by selecting the inbox icon on the left hand side and composing a new message. My e-mail is: kcmannin@volusia.k12.fl.us
7. I can also be contacted through REMIND and my Ivy Hawn email:  manningk@ivyhawnschool.org
8. Assignments that are on paper (for example, from the Math text) can be screen shotted and emailed to me also.
9. Please scroll down to ASSIGNMENTS DUE for a list of websites/media that students may be using. Please let me know ASAP if they are having difficulty logging in to any sites for assignments.
10. I will schedule ZOOM meetings if needed so that I can stay in touch with students and answer any questions they may have.
Assignments Due

Please see CANVAS individual courses for assignments.  Below is a list of websites that students have used and may be used in assignments.

List of Websites

Student user name log-ins are either alpha code email or just alpha code. Passwords are 8 digit birthdates.

1. Studies Weekly (SS and Science Newspaper) app.studiesweekly.com
2. FloridaStudents.org Tutorials for students in Math, Science, SS, ELA that follow state standards. Besides lessons assigned, this is a great site for students to review standards that they have learned.
3. Brainpop Fun videos on all subjects- educational games   Brainpop.com     We have free access so student log in is:    User Name:  mandalorian        Password:  theyoda22
4. Study Jams Fun videos on all subjects and silly karaoke. Studyjams.scholastic.com
5. Flipgrid Students can make quick videos for assignments. User code generated for each assignment.      Flipgrid.com
6. Seesaw A sharing platform where students can use all types of media to do an assignment. They can also see each other’s work. app.seesaw.me
7. Nearpod A site where students can find teacher created assignment modules. An access code is generated for each module.      Nearpod.com
8. Newsela Timely news articles and topics for research to encourage kids to read. There are comprehension questions and vocabulary as well. Newsela.com
9.  Discovery Education Website that accompanies our Science text. app.discoveryeducation.com
10. ZOOM video conferencing platform zoom.com      Meeting code and password are generated for each meeting.
11. Khan Academy Tutorials for Math khanacademy.org      A new student roster was recently created so when I assign anything from this site I will send usernames that were auto-generated (and I can’t change).  Password for all is:  Manning1
12. 12. IXL Practice for Math, Science, ELA Students receive practice sections each week to do.
13. 13. I-READY Math and ELA site that works off of diagnostics and gives students lessons based on their skill levels. Students practice each week and we have seen wonderful gains in learning!