Lesson PLans Feb 12-16

Week of February 11, 2018

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Word Study

R.10.3.14

 

Objective: Students will recognize and sort their words based on word patterns.

 

Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Each group will sort their words and record them.

 

IR.12.3.5

Word Study

 

Objectives:

Students will put their word list in alphabetical order and then define 5 - 10 of them.

 

Students will take a sheet of notebook paper and write their word list in alphabetical order and then use a dictionary to look up 5 - 10 of their words that are unfamiliar.

 

W.6.3.1

 

Word Study

 

Objective: Students will use 10 of their word study words in complete sentences of eight words of more.

 

 

 

All groups will choose 10 of their word study words in meaningful sentences.

 

W.6.3.10W.6.3.11

Word Study

Objective: Students will competently spell word study words.

 

Students will use white boards to independently study word study words for test.

 

Word Study

 

W.6.3.10 W.6.3.11

 

Objective: Students will use work knowledge to spell words correctly.

 

All group will be assessed on their respective lists

 

R.10.3.4 R.10.3.3

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

Objective: Students will engage in active listening as Ch. 15 is read aloud.

 

 

Students will write a paragraph about how they would feel if they were separated from the family they had been with for a long time.

 

 

 

 

 

Guided Reading Objective:

Students will create a visual depiction based on the reading.

 

Each respective group will read ch. 4 of their text.

Brian's Winter-Brian dreams, actually obsesses about food. Each student will create a graphic of foods they would dream of if they were stranded as Brian. 

 

Pictures of Hollis Woods- Students will draw their "W" picture depicting what they desire using any medium.

 

Dr. Brad Has Gone Mad - Students will write what they find out about the secret Room 109.

 

Junie B. Jones - Review ch. 3 - 4

 

OV.2.3.1 OV.1.3.13 OV.1.3.2

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

Objective:  Students will share what they wrote about for ch. 15.  Students will engage in active listening as Ch. 16 is read aloud.

 

Students will write a paragraph about how they think Dominic is feeling about the prospect of losing his newly found "family".

 

 

Guided Reading-

Objective:Students will express their thinking about their respective assignments.

 

 

Students will lead discussion over Ch. 3 and 4 as a review.

 

Brian's Winter-Each student will share their drawings/explanation of foods they would crave/obsess over if they were in Brian's situation.

 

Pictures of Hollis Woods-Students will share their "W" pictures and explain why they drew what they did and what their pictures mean to them.

 

Dr. Brad - Student will share what they wrote about Room 109 and then review ch. 3 - 4 for tomorrow's assessment.

 

Junie B. - Students will review ch. 3 - 4 for tomorrow's assessment.

 

R.9.3.4 R.9.3.3 OV.2.3.1

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

 

Objectives:

Students will engage in active listening as Ch. 17 is read aloud.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guided Reading - Assessments over ch. 3-4

(Hollis Woods will test over ch.3 and The Old Man's Mountain)

 

Dr. Brad - assessment over ch. 3 - 4

 

Junie B. - assessment over ch. 3 - 4

 

R.10.3.14 R.10.3.10 R.10.3.1

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

Objectives:

Students will share their writing from Ch. 16. and then review ch. 15 - 17

 

 

 

 

Guided Reading- Objective

Brian's Winter-The students will research winter in southern Canada and create a presentation depicting the dangers that Brian will face trying to endure the wilderness.  Including temperatures, precipitation, available food and clothing sources.

 

Hollis Woods-Students will read Ch 4 and then answer these questions...

*what connection have Josie and Hollis made that has helped Hollis want to stay. 

*What do the words "Drawing is what you see of the world, truly see, and sometimes what you see is so deep in your head you're not even sure what you're seeing".

 

Dr. Brad - Students will read Ch. 5 and write down two questions they have from the reading.

 

Junie B. - Students will read Ch. 5 and then answer: "Why did Junie B. get that sudden squeezy feeling in her stomach again?" and "What do you think Junie B. did instead of line up?"

 

R.10.3.4 OV.1.3.14

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

Objectives: 

Students will take an assessment over chps. 15 - 17

 

 

W.4.3.11W.4.3.12W.4.3.14W.7.3.8IR.12.3.5

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will conference one on one with the teacher and edit for grammar, mechanics, and fluidity of thought.

 

As students finish, they will conference and begin the editing/Rewriting process.

 

 

W.4.3.11W.4.3.12W.4.3.14W.7.3.8IR.12.3.5

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will conference one on one with the teacher and edit for grammar, mechanics, and fluidity of thought.

 

As students finish, they will conference and begin the editing/Rewriting process.

 

 

W.4.3.11W.4.3.12W.4.3.14W.7.3.8IR.12.3.5

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will conference one on one with the teacher and edit for grammar, mechanics, and fluidity of thought.

 

As students finish, they will conference and begin the editing/Rewriting process.

 

 

W.4.3.11W.4.3.12W.4.3.14W.7.3.8IR.12.3.5

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will conference one on one with the teacher and edit for grammar, mechanics, and fluidity of thought.

 

As students finish, they will conference and begin the editing/Rewriting process.

 

 

W.4.3.11W.4.3.12W.4.3.14W.7.3.8IR.12.3.5

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will conference one on one with the teacher and edit for grammar, mechanics, and fluidity of thought.

 

As students finish, they will conference and begin the editing/Rewriting process.

 

AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

Math

Objectives: 

Students will apply knowledge of metric  measurement terms to decide the most applicable measurement. (Grams, Kilograms, Liters, Milliliters)

 

Students will cut and paste different objects and determine which measurement type would be the most applicable for that object.

 

AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

Math

Objective-Students will work in groups of 2 to decide which measurement is most applicable for each situation!

 

Students will work in groups to answer measurement questions, then as a class questions will be discussed.

 

AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

Math

Objectives:

Students will add to solve one-step word problems involving masses or volumes that are given in the same units.

 

Students will do one-step word problems to calculate masses and volumes with addition.

 

Math

AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

Math

Objectives:

Students will subtract to solve one-step word problems involving masses or volumes that are given in the same units.

 

Students will do one-step word problems to calculate masses and volumes with subtraction.

 

Math

AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

Math

Objectives:

Students will multiply to solve one-step word problems involving masses or volumes that are given in the same units.

 

Students will do one-step word problems to calculate masses and volumes with multiplication.

 

 

3-ESS2-1

Science

Objective:

*Students will research local weather forecasts to determine a forecast to enter into the KY3 forecasting contest together as a class.

 

The students will work as a class to learn how to make weather predictions.

 

 

 

 

(KY3 was having difficulties with their program and delayed the start until this week.)

 

 

3-ESS2-1

 

Science

 

Objective:

 

*Students will research local weather forecasts to determine a forecast to enter into the KY3 forecasting contest on their own and fill out their weather journal.

 

Students will make their own predictions of the weather using online weather/news sites.

 

 

 

 

 

Science

 

Valentine Day Party

 

 

3-ESS2-1

Science

Objective:

*Students will research local weather forecasts to determine a forecast to enter into the KY3 forecasting contest. 

*Students will recall key terms and information about weather.

 

Students will build their own anemometer to set up at home to check wind speed and direction.

 

3-ESS2-1

Science

Objective:

*Students will research local weather forecasts to determine a forecast to enter into the KY3 forecasting contest. 

*Students will recall key terms and information about weather.

 

Quiz-Students will use notes to review key terms about weather,then take a quiz.

 

G.8.3.2

Social Studies

Objectives:

Students will use different types of maps of their town and other landmarks and physical attributes of the area

 

Students will look at different types of maps of Alpena. They will also look at other landmarks and physical characteristics to become familiar with them.

 

G.8.3.3

Social Studies

Objectives:

Students will construct a map of Alpena and label other landmarks, and physical characteristics of the area.

 

Students will map their town, other landmarks, and other physical characteristics of the area.

 

Social Studies

 

Valentine Day Party

 

G.8.3.2

 

Social Studies

Objectives:

Students will use different types of maps of Boone County (Carroll County) and locate their town and other landmarks and physical attributes of the state.

 

Students will look at different types of maps of Boone County (Carroll County) to become familiar with where their town is located in relation to the state.  They will also look at other landmarks and physical characteristics and label them.

 

G.8.3.3

 

Social Studies

Objectives:

Students will construct a map of Boone County (Carroll County) and label their town, other landmarks, and physical characteristics of the state.

 

Students will be given an outline of (Carroll County) so they can map their town, other landmarks, and other physical characteristics of the state.