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Learn the different ways that objects can move. Understand that motion is the result of a force, understand that a force is a push or a pull, examine how the size of a force and the mass of an object effects motion. 

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Students will: recognize that a change in speed and direction is caused by a force, understand that a force is a push or a pull, recognize that the greater the force, the greater the change. 

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Students will be able to define and identify instances of foreshadowing and flashback in a text. 

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Students will be able to brainstorm and create a wellwritten, argumentative thesis. 

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Students will be able to understand the difference between, identify and write the four types of sentences. 

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Students will be able to identify the history and traditions associated with celebrating July 4th in the United States. They will explore a timeline of events and play the Jeopardy Game. They may read the Declaration of Independence if desired. 

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Students learn to work with fraction bars. 

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Students learn about fractions by dividing a circle into equal pieces. 

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Solve math problems in the context of a story by drawing a visual fraction model to compute and show the quotient. 

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Recognize and model equivalent fractions with concrete objects or pictures. Identify fractional parts of a group. 

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Write fractions as either terminating or repeating decimals. Convert between fractions and decimals. Identify terminating and repeating decimals. 

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Use and explain models to relate whole numbers and fractions. 

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Write numbers as percents, fractions and decimals. Match equivalent fractions, decimals and percents. 

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