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Second graders will practice modeling, acting out, and transcribing division number stories.

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Through an exploration of Manifest Destiny, students assess its influence on westward expansion, including the annexation of the Louisiana Territory, Florida, Texas and the resulting Mexican War, Oregon Country, and New Mexico/ California.

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Students are expected to learn how to factor polynomials with an emphasis on quadratic expressions.

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The following lesson(s) reflect content for a 5th grade advanced reading section PACK (leveled but non-graded) reading instruction time that we have for 30 minutes daily on Mondays through Thursdays.

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This unit is an introduction to using the Google Classroom.  In it, students have lessons that utilize some of the different features in the classroom, focusing on the materials the teacher pushes out to students.  The first lesson concerns logging in and the difference between an announcement and assignment.

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In this unit "Career Prep", students will begin exploring their personality, skills, and interest to explore career choices that best fits their profile. Students will do further research on career choices and educational requirements. Students will also develop documents that will help promote and spotlight their skills and abilities.

Who Are You?

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At the beginning of the year Students are introduced to goal setting using a S.M.A.R.T goal framework (PLPs).  Based on the specific goal, students choose an “accountability partner” with whom they will practice and hold each other accountable for practice during and outside of school.

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Students have already had experience with patterns of numbers when studying linear, quadratic, and exponential functions in both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. This is their first introduction to the formal notation used for sequences and summation notation for series. Students will explore series and summation notation.

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Students previously looked at maps of Michigan and discussed some of the cities and regions in our state. In reading, students began to read narratives, both fiction and nonfiction. For the entry event, students were asked to select an artifact that represented a special, small moment they experienced within the state of Michigan.

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In this unit students explore the extension of democracy and Native American removal during the Age of Jackson. They also explore how Jackson used the power of the presidency to attack the Bank of the United States and its favoritism toward the wealthy elite. Students then focus on westward expansion, examining art and other primary sources to assess the treatment of Native Americans.

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