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SELECTION VOCABULARY

Science Heat Energy Vocabulary Study Guide: Test on Tuesday, 10/20

Practice on Quizlet.com three different ways, then practice with matching tests.

1. heat: energy that is transferred from a hotter substance to a cooler substance
2. hydroelectric power: moving water used to create electrical energy
3. insulate: to prevent the transfer of heat
4. turbine: a tool used to create electricity from the wind
5. radiation: energy that can travel through space
6. conduction: the way heat travels through materials that are touching
7. geothermal energy: energy from heat inside the Earth
8. friction: the force that acts to slow the motion of things that are moving
9. absorption: the process of taking in or soaking up
10. reflection: bouncing back of a wave from a surface
11. renewable resource: a resource that can be readily replaced by nature
12. convection: a form of heat transfer in which heat moves through a substance because of the movement of the substance

https://quizlet.com/329690558/science-heat-energy-vocabulary-flash-cards/

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MATH

Chapter 3: Multiply 2-Digit Numbers (begins Thursday, 10/15)

*students must use the area model and/or partial products strategies when working multiplication problems

• multiply by tens
• estimate products
• area models and partial products
• multiply using partial products
• choose a multiplication method taught in class
• problem solving/multiply 2-digit numbers

REVIEW:

Chapter 1: Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction to One Million

• model place value relationships
• compare and order numbers
• round numbers
• rename numbers
• add whole numbers (with regrouping)
• subtract whole numbers (with regrouping)
• problem solving/comparison problems with addition and subtraction

Chapter 5: Factors, Multiples, and Patterns

• model factors
• factors and divisibility
• common factors
• factors and multiples
• prime and composite numbers
• algebra/number patterns

Chapter 2: Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers: Test on Wednesday, 10/14

*students must master partial products/area model/grid

• multiplication comparisons
• comparison problems
• multiply tens, hundreds, and thousands
• estimate products
• multiply using the Distributive Property
• multiply using expanded form
• multiply using partial products
• multiply using mental math
• problem solving/multistep multiplication problems
• solve multistep problems using equations

MILLER'S HOMEROOM/ONLINE CLASS: Multiplication Tables: Weekly Multiplication Tests: The students voted on the following schedule:

• 0’s (tested 8/25)
• 1’s (tested 8/27)
• 2’s (tested 9/8)
• 5’s (tested 9/11)
• 10’s (tested 9/18)
• 3’s (tested 9/25)
• 4’s (tested 10/2)
• 7’s (tested 10/9)
• 6’s (tested 10/16)
• 8’s (tested 10/30)
• 9’s (tested 11/6)
• 11’s (tested 11/13)
• 12’s (tested 11/20)

DICKEY'S HOMEROOM/F2F CLASS: Multiplication Tables: Weekly Multiplication Tests: The students voted on the following schedule:

• 0’s (tested 8/25)
• 1’s (tested 8/27)
• 2’s (tested 9/8)
• 5’s (tested 9/11)
• 10’s (tested 9/18)
• 11’s (tested 9/25)
• 9’s (tested 10/2)
• 3’s (tested 10/9)
• 4’s (tested 10/16)
• 6’s (tested 10/30)
• 7’s (tested 11/6)
• 8’s (tested 11/13)
• 12’s (tested 11/20)

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SCIENCE

### Types of Energy

Science Heat Energy Vocabulary Study Guide: Test on Tuesday, 10/20

Practice on Quizlet.com three different ways, then practice with matching tests.

1. heat: energy that is transferred from a hotter substance to a cooler substance
2. hydroelectric power: moving water used to create electrical energy
3. insulate: to prevent the transfer of heat
4. turbine: a tool used to create electricity from the wind
5. radiation: energy that can travel through space
6. conduction: the way heat travels through materials that are touching
7. geothermal energy: energy from heat inside the Earth
8. friction: the force that acts to slow the motion of things that are moving
9. absorption: the process of taking in or soaking up
10. reflection: bouncing back of a wave from a surface
11. renewable resource: a resource that can be readily replaced by nature
12. convection: a form of heat transfer in which heat moves through a substance because of the movement of the substance

https://quizlet.com/329690558/science-heat-energy-vocabulary-flash-cards/