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Task 1- Using the Snipping Tool


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Task 2-Files and Folders


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Task 3-Using and Sending CWI Emails


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Task 4-Using Word Online


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Asia Nakamura-Stein

Professor Scott Straub

EDUC 150

12 September 2018

MLA Formatting

MLA formatting is a very simple and easy process that is if you are willing to learn it.

MLA format is mainly used for any paper that most students will type in any English or other

class. MLA stand for Modern Language Association. This format is commonly used in many

areas for academic writing. But this type of format is mostly talked a lot about in English. The

proper way to format your essay is by double spacing the text, while also using the font Times

New Roman. The font size you should also use is a 12-point font.

When starting an essay, you should always make sure that your name, the teachers name,

the class you are in, and the date that the essay is due in the left-hand corner. You should also

include a title that relates to the information that will be put in the essay. When you begin your

first paragraph or any new paragraph in an essay you want to make sure that you also indent the

first line. In order to indent you just press enter once and then press the tab button and it will

automatically indent for you.


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Announcement: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom


Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be watching a movie that is based off the book
we are reading. The book we are reading is called Holes.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: In the classroom at Lake Ridge Elementary school. Room 472
Why: The reason we are watching the movie is because I want the
children to be able to the differences and similarities between the book
and the movie.

Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309
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Announcement: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom


Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be watching a movie that is based off the book we are reading. The book we are reading is called Holes.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: In the classroom at Lake Ridge Elementary school. Room 472
Why: The reason we are watching the movie is because I want the children to be able to the differences and similarities between the
book and the movie.

Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309

Announcement: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom


Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be watching a movie that is based off the book we are reading. The book we are reading is called Holes.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: In the classroom at Lake Ridge Elementary school. Room 472
Why: The reason we are watching the movie is because I want the children to be able to the differences and similarities between the
book and the movie.

Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309

Announcement: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom


Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be watching a movie that is based off the book we are reading. The book we are reading is called Holes.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: In the classroom at Lake Ridge Elementary school. Room 472
Why: The reason we are watching the movie is because I want the children to be able to the differences and similarities between the
book and the movie.

Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309
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Permission Slip for Zoo Trip: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom
Dear Parents: Permission slip must be submitted by next Monday
Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be going to the zoo for a class field trip.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: Zoo Boise
Why: The reason we are going to the Zoo is to learn as well as be able to see the animals that we have
been talking about in class in real life.
Parent Signature

Print Name

This Photo by Unknown


Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309

Permission Slip for Zoo Trip: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom
Dear Parents: Permission slip must be submitted by next Monday
Who: Hello this is Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
What: We as a class will be going to the zoo for a class field trip.
When: Next Thursday September 20th, 2018
Where: Zoo Boise
Why: The reason we are going to the Zoo is to learn as well as be able to see the animals that we have
been talking about in class in real life.
Parent Signature

Print Name

This Photo by Unknown


Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309
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Weekly Calendar: Mrs. Nakamura-Stein’s 5th Grade Classroom

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8:45-9:15 8:45-9:15 8:45-9:15


Art

9:15-10:15 9:15-10:15
Math

11:30-12:15 11:30-12:15
Science

Reading: 12:15- Reading: 12:15- Reading: 12:15-


Reading/Writing 1:30 1:30 1:30
Writing: 1:30- Writing: 1:30- Writing: 1:30-
2:45 2:45 2:45

12:45-1:20 12:45-1:20 12:45-1:20


History

Mrs. Nakamura-Stein
ANStein@outlook.com
(208)867-5309
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Task 10-Lesson Plan


Lesson Plan
September 12, 2018
Instructor Name: Asia Nakamura-Stein
Grade Level: 5th Grade
Lesson Title: Comparing Decimals Game
Time Needed: 40-60 Minutes

Standards:
 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NBT.A.3 - Read, write, and compare decimals to
thousandths.

 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NBT.A.3.B - Compare two decimals to thousandths based


on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of
comparisons.

Objectives:
 Students will read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths place.
 Students will compare two decimals to thousandths place based on meanings of
the digits in each place
 Using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
Materials Needed:
 1 copy of the 2-page worksheet (attached)
 1 deck of cards per pair of students (with Jacks, Queens and Kings removed)
 1 pencil
Opening the Lesson:
 Model the game by playing you against the class
Activity
 Project the worksheets on the whiteboard and read the directions aloud with the
class.
 Since you’re the oldest, select a card from the deck (if you have not previously set
aside Jacks, Queens, and Kings, do this as you play)
 Think aloud as you choose where to place the number you selected
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 Call on a student to select the next card and have him decide where to put his card
and state the value based on the place he chose.
 Continue until all of the spaces are filled in.
 Read your final number in the correct form. “My number is 67,943.421.
 Call on a student to read the class’ number and help them to read it in correct
form.
 Now ask students who has the greater number.
 Now ask them which number is smaller.
 On page 2, write your number in the Player 1 space and the class’ number in the
player 2 place. Ask them which one of the symbols belongs in the middle, <, =, or
>
 Explain that player one always writes their number in the Player 1 place and
player 2 always in the player 2 place, but you will write a different symbol based
on who’s number is greater.
 Circle or highlight the greater number to show which partner won this round
 Give students time to play the game with their partners.
Check for Understanding:
 Students see and compare their results of the game; the teacher can check the comparison
in part 2 of the worksheet to assess students.
Work Sheets: