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Fractions and Decimals
Due Date: 3/2/2018
Subject: Math

Standards being reviewed: 4.5 a-d, 4.2 a-c, and 4.3 a-d

Monday: Comparing and Ordering Fractions

Tuesday: Add, Subtract, and simplify fractions

Wednesday: Compare and Order Decimals

Thursday: Add, Subtract, and Round Decimals

Friday: One step and multip step word problems.

We will also be working on Power Test in preparation for the upcoming Benchmark 3 Test over fractions and decimals.


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VS 5 American Revolution
Due Date: 3/2/2018
Subject: Social Studies

Virginia Standard SOL VS.10a

The student will demonstrate knowledge of government, geography, and economics by

a)   identifying the three branches of Virginia government and the function of each.



In this Learning Adventure, we’ll find out who designed the Branches of Government and why they’re so important.

In 1787, when the United States was still a new country, a meeting of State delegates gathered to make decisions about how the Government would be run. The meeting was called the Constitutional Convention. Many of the people who attended the Constitutional Convention are today called the Founding Fathers. The main goal of the Convention was to create a Government balanced between Federal power and individual, fundamental rights. At the end of the Convention, the delegates wrote a Constitution. That same Constitution still determines how the U.S. Government works today. It is the supreme law of the land, the source of all Government powers, and provides important limitations on the Government to protect the rights of every U.S. citizen.

We will be learning about the things that led to our current form of government, before delving into the branches of government.

Monday: Treaty of Paris

Tuesday: The Articles of Confederation

Wednesday: The Constitutional Convention

Thursday: The Federalist Papers

Friday: The Bill of Rights