E-Learning May 11th-May 15th

TeacherAngela Mariner
Subject AreaMath and Science
Grade Level4
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Unit of Instruction
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Monday- May 11th

Math

IXL (80% or higher)- X.4 Parallel sides in quadrilaterals and X.5 Identify parallelograms

i-Ready- 20 minutes Please finish all Teacher Assigned lessons, then continue doing the My Path lessons

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- Q.1 Identify ecosystems

Study vocab words 

 

Tuesday- May 12th

Math

IXL (80% or higher)- X.6 Identify trapezoids and X.8 Identify rhombuses

i-Ready- 20 minutes Please finish all Teacher Assigned lessons, then continue doing the My Path lessons

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- Q.2 Describe ecosystems

Study vocab words

 

Wednesday- May 13th

Math

Look for YouTube video posted on Bloomz (by 11am)

IXL- (80% or higher)- (under X.9) New! Pick all the names for a quadrilateral

i-Ready- 20 minutes Please finish all Teacher Assigned lessons, then continue doing the My Path lessons

 

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- Q.3 Identify roles in food chains

Study vocab words

 

Thursday- May 14th

Math

Look for YouTube video posted on Bloomz

IXL- (80% or higher)- (under X.9) New! Draw Quadrilaterals

i-Ready- 20 minutes Please finish all Teacher Assigned lessons, then continue doing the My Path lessons

 

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- Q.4 How does matter move in food chains? And Q.5 Interpret food chains

Study vocab words (test tomorrow)

 

Friday- May 15th

Math

i-Ready- 100 minutes, at least 2 quizzes. Please finish all Teacher Assigned lessons, then continue doing the My Path lessons

 

 

Science

***Graded assignment*** Food Chain Vocab Test

Assignments Due

Food Chain Vocabulary

Food chain- how organisms are related with each other by the food that they eat.

Food web- food chains that are combined together.

Predators- wild animals that hunt other animals. Examples: wolves, hawks, mountain lions, bears.

Prey- an animals that is hunted and killed for food. Examples: mice, lizards, rabbits.

Scavengers- an animal that feeds on dead organisms. Examples: vultures, hyenas.

Producer- an organism that creates its own food. This is the first level of the food chain.

Consumer- an organism that feeds on plants or other animals for energy. This is the second level of the food chain.

Decomposer- an organism, such as bacteria, that breaks down dead, decaying material.

Phytoplankton- primary producers that are the foundation of the aquatic food web.

Zooplankton- small, animal-like, aquatic creatures.

Herbivore- plant eaters.

Carnivore- meat eaters.

Omnivore- eats both plants and animals.

Ecosystem- a large community of living organisms in a particular area.

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