5th Grade - Ms. Morris

DANIEL 1:19-20

Daniel 1:19-20 19The king talked with them, and he found none equal to Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah; so they entered the king's service. 20In every matter of wisdom and understanding about which the king questioned them, he found them ten times better than all the magicians and enchanters in his whole kingdom.

HISTORY | CHAPTER 11

The Young United States 

Subtopics: 
⦁ -Washington is President – George Washington became the nation’s first president and organized the new government
⦁ -Jefferson Looks West – The new nation doubled its size and expanded settlement westward
⦁ -Another War with Britain – The United States fought Britain in the War of 1812 to gain freedom of the seas and to end British interference with the westward expansion of the United States

  • VOCABULARY:
    electoral college
    inauguration
    Cabinet
    political party
    pioneer
    frontier
    Louisiana Purchase
    distribution map
    population density map
    neutral
    Battle of Tippecanoe
    War Hawks
    War of 1812
    National Anthem
    Battle of New Orleans

Reading Resources: 

  • Lewis and Clark – Grade 4 On-Level Reader
  • Discover George Washington: Soldier, Farmer, President
  • (Discovery Readers) by Patricia A. Pingry and Stephanie McFetridge Britt
  • George Washington (DK Biography) by Lenny Hort
  • Lewis and Clark for Kids: Their Journey of Discovery with 21
  • Activities (For Kids series) by Janis Herbert
  • The Incredible Journey of Lewis and Clark by Rhoda Blumberg
  • Going Along with Lewis and Clark by Barbara Fifer
  • The Louisiana Purchase: What a Deal by Carole Marsh

Websites: 

www.sfsocialstudies.com 
www.whitehouse.gov 
www.nara.gov 
www.jmu.edu 
http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/
http://www.lewisandclark.com/

SCIENCE REPORTS

Name _____________________________

Planet Project Research

Please complete research on your planet using books, encyclopedias, or the internet. 

Be sure to INSERT any sources you use in your paper IMMEDIATELY AFTER YOUR QUOTE OR the FACTS/INFORMATION you gained by reading the book or Internet site. 

Your research is due by May 17, 2019.

250 MIN 500 MAX WORDS

Research and answer the following questions about your planet below.

1. Planet Name: (What is the name of your planet?)

2. Location of Planet: (Where is it located? What did you learn about its orbit?)

3. Composition of planet: (What is it made of? Is it considered a rocky planet or gas planet?)

4. Moons: (Does it have any moons? If so, what did you learn?)

5. Rings: (Does it have rings? If so, what did you learn?)

6. Unique Characteristics: (What interesting facts did you learn about your planet?) 

CITATIONS (sources)

YOU MUST HAVE A TOTAL OF FIVE (5) CITATIONS (SOURCES)

CITE (GIVE CREDIT) TO: 

1) "DIRECT QUOTES" or 

2) Specific information you find, even if you phrase it in your own words. 

For IN-TEXT Citations, Please list the source IMMEDIATELY after you type the information in your report.

IN-TEXT CITATION for WEBSITES:

Please copy / paste the entire URL immediately after your quote or facts you list,

INTERNET EXAMPLE:

(www.nasa.gov May 17, 2019).

BOOK EXAMPLE:

(SCIENCE A CLOSER LOOK by: MCMILLIAN / MCGRAW HILL, PAGE 211).