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 Objective: Find the area of rectangles with wholebymixed and wholebyfractional number side lengths by tiling, record by drawing, and relate to fraction multiplication.

 Objective: Apply concepts and formulas of volume to design a sculpture using rectangular prisms within given parameters.

 Objective: Apply concepts and formulas of volume to design a sculpture using rectangular prisms within given parameters.

 Objective: Solve word problems involving the volume of rectangular prisms with whole number edge lengths.

 Objective: Find the total volume of solid figures composed of two nonoverlapping rectangular prisms.

 Objective: Use multiplication to connect volume as packing with volume as filling.

 Objective: Use multiplication to calculate volume.

 Objective: Compose and decompose right rectangular prisms using layers.

 Objective: Find the volume of a right rectangular prism by packing with cubic units and counting.

 Objective: Explore volume by building with and counting unit cubes.

 Objective: Create story contexts for numerical expressions and tape diagrams, and solve word problems.

 Objective: Interpret and evaluate numerical expressions including the language of scaling and fraction division.

 Objective: Divide decimal dividends by non‐unit decimal divisors.

 During today’s assessment, students independently analyze how the author uses allusions, perspective, and text structure to convey meaning in a piece of literature.

 The opening of this lesson is an opportunity for students to add to their Atticus notecatchers. For this, student answers will vary. Accept any logical, textsupported additions. • This lesson...

 • In this lesson, students will practice the comparing and contrasting that they have learned in this unit: comparing and contrasting text structures, as well as comparing and contrasting the text...

 The beginning of this lesson builds in more practice for students to analyze the meaning and structure of a poem, a skill introduced in Lesson 15. However, in this lesson, the analysis does not go as...

 In the Opening, students focus on Chapter 6, even though they read both Chapters 6 and 7 for homework. This is intentional, since Chapter 6 is more integral to the work of the module, and since...

 In this lesson, students do a close read of Chapter 5 to practice analyzing figurative language, as well as making inferences about the text. • For the opening, students engage in QuizQuizTrade....

 In this lesson, students practice writing a summary of a literary work. These summaries are useful formative assessment data. Review student writing, provide meaningful feedback, and inform...

 • This lesson introduces an important theme in the novel, the Golden Rule. The Gallery Walk introduction of this theme incorporates a wide variety of worldviews, philosophies, and religions. •...

 Students continue to work with Chapter 2 in this lesson. This is done intentionally to allow more time for students to get into the novel as well as to establish the reading and writing routines they...

 Summary writing of To Kill a Mockingbird is introduced in this lesson, but it not assessed until the MidUnit 2 Assessment. Collect the summaries in the next lesson and give students positive...

 Objective: Divide decimal dividends by non‐unit decimal divisors.