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Energy on Earth

Grade 5 Unit for New Mexico

PROJECT GLAD

By Eva Thaddeus

IDEA PAGES
I UNIT THEMES

Energy makes things happen and is always changing its form.

Human energy use has had a profound effect on human history, economics, and the global environment.

Old energy technologies are damaging our ability to live sustainably on Earth; new energy technologies continue to develop.

New Mexico is an energy producer and many new energy technologies are being developed right here.
II FOCUS/MOTIVATION

Big Book

Super Scientist (Physicist) awards

Poems, chants, raps

Observation Charts

Inquiry Chart

Picture Files

Exploration Stations (Experiments)

III CLOSURE

Process all charts, especially inquiry

Energy Convention

Class Energy Conservation Newsletter and Student Big Book

Teacher and Student-made test

Portfolios
IV NM GRADE 5 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS ADDRESSED

Science performance standards

(45 total for fifth grade)
Strand II Standard I Benchmark 1

3. Know that matter is made up of particles (atoms) that can combine to form molecules and that these particles are too small to see with the naked eye.

4. Know that the periodic table is a chart of the pure elements that make up all matter.

5. Describe the relative location and motion of the particles (atoms and molecules) in each state of matter.

6. Explain the relationship between temperature and the motion of particles in each state of matter.
Strand II Standard I Benchmark II

1. Know that heat is transferred from hotter to cooler materials or regions until both reach the same temperature.

2. Know that heat is often produced as a by-product when one form of energy is converted to another form (e.g. when machines or organisms convert stored energy into motion.)

3. Know that there are different forms of energy.

4. Describe how energy can be stored and converted to a different form of energy (e.g. springs, gravity) and know that machines and living things convert stored energy to motion and heat.

Strand II Standard II Benchmark I

1. Identify the components of habitats and ecosystems (producers, consumers, decomposers, predators.)

2. Understand how food webs depict relationships between different organisms.

3. Know that changes in the environment can have different effects on different organisms (move, survive, reproduce, die.)

4. Describe how human activity impacts the environment.
Strand II Standard II Benchmark II

2. Know that air is a substance that surrounds Earth (atmosphere), takes up space, and moves, and that temperature fluctuations and other factors produce wind currents.
Strand II Standard I Benchmark I

1. Describe the contributions of science to understanding local or current issues.

2. Describe how various technologies have affected the lives of individuals.
Social Studies standards

(total number = 50 for grade 5)
SS 5.1.9 Describe the characteristics of early societies, including the development of tools and adaptation to environments.

SS 5.2.11 Describe how man-made and natural environments have influenced conditions in the past.

SS 5.2.12 Identify and define geographic issues and problems from accounts of current events.

SS 5.2.15 Understand how resources impact daily life.

SS 5.4.1 Understand the impact of supply and demand on consumers and producers in a free enterprise.

SS 5.4.2 Understand the patterns of work and economic activities in New Mexico and the United States (e.g., farming, ranching, oil and gas production, high tech manufacturing, medicine).

SS 5.4.3 Describe the aspects of trade.

SS 5.4.4 Explain how voluntary trade is not coercive.

SS 5.4.5 Explain how economic systems must consider the following: What will be produced? How will it be produced? For whom will it be produced?

SS 5.4.7 Understand basic economic patterns of early societies (e.g., hunter-gathers, early farming, business).
Language Arts Standards

(This is the majority of them.)
LA 5.1.1 Interacts with the text: makes predictions, formulates questions, supports answers from textual information, previous experience, and/or other sources, draws on personal, literary, and cultural understandings, and seeks additional information.

LA 5.1.3 Expands and refines vocabulary through wide reading, word and content area study, use of the writing process, debate, discussion, seminars, examination of the author's craft, and use of word reference materials.

LA 5.1.4 Selects key vocabulary critical to the text and applies appropriate meaning for understanding.

LA 5.1.5 Reads grade-level text aloud with fluency, comprehension, expression, and personal style, demonstrating an awareness of volume, pace, audience, and purpose.

LA 5.2.1 Connects new information, prior knowledge, and related topics.

LA 5.2.2 Asks and answers questions that require analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of grade-level fiction and nonfiction material.

LA 5.2.14 Supports answers to questions about the reading by drawing on background knowledge and on literal and inferential information from the text.

LA 5.2.15 Interacts with text by making predictions, formulating questions, supporting answers from a variety of sources, drawing on personal, literary, and cultural understandings, and seeking additional information.

LA 5.2.16 Makes connections between print and nonprint information by recognizing similarities and differences, using a variety of resources that contribute to informed decisions.

LA 5.2.17 Creates and presents a product that demonstrates a personal response.

LA 5.3.1 Applies the steps of the writing process to create a final product:

prewrites, creates a rough draft, revises simple and/or complex sentences for clarity of thought, impact, focused communication, edits, publishes, and shares final product

develops a lead, characters, and mood, and edits final product for grammar, writing conventions, and format.

LA 5.3.2 Applies elements of effective writing (i.e., idea, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions).

LA 5.3.4 Applies writing conventions (i.e., grammar, spelling, capitalization, punctuation);

identifies and correctly uses verbs that are often misused (e.g., lie/lay, sit/set, rise/raise),

uses colons and quotation marks correctly, spells most commonly used words accurately using a multi-strategy approach (e.g., appropriate resources, spelling patterns, rules), uses complex sentence structures (e.g., independent and dependents clauses, transitions, conjunctions to connect ideas) and applies punctuation and capitalization in written work and

uses a thesaurus to identify alternative word choices and meanings.

LA 5.3.5 Applies appropriate types of writing (i.e., descriptive, narrative, expressive, expository, persuasive and analytical)) for the intended purpose and audience:

creates journals, notes, stories, reports, and letters using appropriate formats and technologies, and formulates hypotheses, evaluates information and ideas, presents and supports arguments, and influences the thinking of others through written work.

LA 5.3.6 Produces a variety of written products that demonstrates competence in persuasive and autobiographical writing as well as essays that speculate on cause and effect.

LA 5.4.1 Applies speaking strategies: memorizes and recites passages from a variety of genres,

shows an awareness of volume, pace, audience, and purpose when reading aloud and speaking, and participates in one-to-one conferences or discussions by: asking questions to indicate different levels of certainty or to pose an hypothesis (e.g., I'm not sure, what if and

confirming understanding through paraphrasing or repeating directions and/or suggestions.

LA 5.4.2 Applies speaking and language conventions (e.g., grammar, standard English, diction) by using clear, precise language while avoiding overused words and distracting sounds (e.g., like, stuff, uh, um).

LA 5.4.3 Applies appropriate types of speaking (i.e., descriptive, narrative, expressive, expository, persuasive, and analytical) for a variety of purposes and audiences:

develops speeches that formulate hypotheses, evaluate information and ideas, present and support arguments, and influence the thinking of others, makes presentations to inform or persuade, selecting vocabulary for impact, and creates and delivers focused, coherent presentations that convey ideas clearly and relate to the background and interest of the audience.

LA 5.5.1 Listens responsively and respectfully in formal and informal situations.

LA 5.5.2 Listens actively and critically: asks questions, delves deeper into the topic,

elaborates on the information and ideas presented, evaluates information and ideas,

makes inferences and draws conclusions, and makes judgments.

LA 5.5.3 Follows oral and written multistep instructions that provide information about a task or assignment.

LA 5.5.6 Makes connections between print and nonprint information by recognizing similarities and differences, using a variety of resources that contribute to informed decisions.

LA 5.6.3 Evaluates the usefulness and quality of information and ideas based on prior knowledge and purpose of the information.

LA 5.6.4 Makes connections between print and nonprint information by recognizing similarities and differences, using a variety of resources that contribute to informed decisions.


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Download WIDA Can Do Descriptors at:

http://www.wida.us/standards/CAN_DOs/index.aspx
NM ELD Standards can be downloaded at:

http://www.ped.state.nm.us/BilingualMulticultural/dl08/NMEnglishLanguageDevStandards.pdf
upporting language learners – Below are the WIDA Can Do Descriptors. These are a wonderful tool to support the NM ELD Standards.

These describe what students can do at various language levels within the different language domains with support.


Download WIDA Can Do Descriptors at:

http://www.wida.us/standards/CAN_DOs/index.aspx
NM ELD Standards can be downloaded at:

http://www.ped.state.nm.us/BilingualMulticultural/dl08/NMEnglishLanguageDevStandards.pdf


V. VOCABULARY


energy

chemistry

technology

economy

geography

Light

matter

transmission

crops

resource

Heat

carbon

power plant

limited

climate

reflect

oxygen

turbine

agriculture

mesa

Coal

hydrogen

generator

travels

environment

photosynthesis

periodic table

biofuel

supply

cliff

renewable

organic

biomass

trade

canyon

Burn

particle

fuel

demand

ancient

Wind

absorb




produce

atmosphere

transmit

atom




consume

Greenhouse Effect

gravity

element




advocate

global warming

Solar

transparent




culture




kinetic

opaque




civilization




nuclear

molecule




current




fossil

compound




import




Flow

motion




export




stored

chemical bond




market




geothermal

combustion










forms

carbon dioxide










electricity

rot













decomposition













phase













liquid













solid













gas

























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