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Mathews Mathematicians Calendar

Page history last edited by Jennifer Goetz 10 years, 2 months ago

 

 Mathews Mathematicians: Jennifer Cray, Shara Turner, Janie Martinez, Susanne Hansen, Thelma Herrera, Kirstie Mackay

 

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Science

Introduce what it means to “go green”

HerreralessonConservation#1.doc

How to use recycled materials

 

HerreralessonConservation#2.doc

Guest speaker

 

Green Home Tour

Green Home Tours.doc 

Math

Investigate lines and line segments

Cray1-5E lessongeometry.pdf

 

Introduce Floor Plan

 

 

Mathews 5E Mackay Floor Plan.doc  

Investigate polygons, triangles, quadrilaterals

 

Use pattern blocks to make floor plan designs

 

TurnerPolygonLesson#2.doc

Geometry in our everyday lives-1.1.doc

Investigate angles,

 length, perimeter, area

 

Cray2-5E lessongeometry.pdf

hansen5Elesson2.doc

hansen5Elesson1.doc

Make elevation sketch for floor plan

Scales and convert measurement

 

Use Google SketchUp to create 3-D images of floor plans

 

TurnerScaleLesson#1.doc

Art

Patterns in design: transformation and symmetry

Mathews 5E Mackay Patterns in Art & Design.doc

Study geometry in the art M.C. Escher and Frank Lloyd Wright

Point of View – 2D (see and draw shapes)

Point of View – 3D (see and draw shapes)

Geometry in our everyday lives.doc

Social

Studies

Architecture in different regions

Architecture through

history

Architecture and natural elements

Historic American buildings

Technology

Investigate lines and angles

 

 

 

 

illuminations.nctm.org

Investigate polygons, triangles, and quadrilaterals

 

 



illuminations.nctm.org

 

 

 

Investigate length, perimeter, and area

 

 

 

illuminations.nctm.org

 

Use Google SketchUp to create a 3 – D structure

 

 

 

SketchUp.avi

 

 

 

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