Lesson plans April 30-May 4

Week of April 29, 2018

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Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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

 

 

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.

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

W.6.3.10 W.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.9.3.7 R.10.3.1 R.10.3.4 R.10.3.10

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

DRA assessments

 

Students from all groups will read their guided reading texts silently and answer comprehension questions about the chapters they read.

 

 

R.9.3.7R.10.3.1R.10.3.4R.10.3.10

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

DRA assessments

 

Students from all groups will read their guided reading texts silently and answer comprehension questions about the chapters they read.

 

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

 

 

R.9.3.7R.10.3.1R.10.3.4R.10.3.10

 

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

DRA assessments

 

Students from all groups will read their guided reading texts silently and answer comprehension questions about the chapters they read.

 

 

 

R.9.3.7R.10.3.1R.10.3.4R.10.3.10

 

Whole Group Reading/Guided Reading

 

DRA assessments

 

Students from all groups will read their guided reading texts silently and answer comprehension questions about the chapters they read.

 

 

English/Writing

Objective-Students will recall parts of speech as they fill in blanks to create a story.

 

Students will use nouns, verbs, adjective, adverbs, and pronouns,

 

W.4.3.11 W.6.3.6

 

English/Writing

Objective-Students will recall parts of speech as they fill in blanks to create a story.

 

Students will use nouns, verbs, adjective, adverbs, and pronouns,

 

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

 

W.4.3.15 W.4.3.13 W.4.3.12 W.4.3.8 W.4.3.7

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will compose a narrative written to a specified prompt.

 

Students will log into Edmodo and write for 45 minutes to a cold prompt.

 

Pretend that there is no such thing as television.  What do you do with all of your time?

 

OV.1.3.4 W.7.3.8 W.7.3.10

English/Writing 

Objective: Students will review and critique the writings of other students as writings are read aloud.

 

Each writing will be displayed on the screen and read aloud.  Then students will do a Grow and Glow on 3 of their peers.

 

Math

Objective: Students will read and problem solve an array of problems on skills learned in 3rd grade.

 

AR.Math.Content.3.OA.D.8

Math

Objective: Students will solve word problems then share and explain their thinking.

 

Students will solve a variety of word problems then share their thinking .

 

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

 

 

Math

Objective: Students will read and problem solve an array of problems on skills learned in 3rd grade.

 

 

AR.Math.Content.3.OA.D.8

Math

Objective: Students will solve word problems then share and explain their thinking.

 

Students will solve a variety of word problems then share their thinking .

 

3-PS2-3

Science

Objective: Student's will explore Mystery 1: Day, Night, & Earth's Rotation :Why does the sun rise and set?

 

Students will watch a mystery science video, discuss the information presented and then answer brief open response questions regarding the information.

 

3-PS2-3

Science

Objective: students will explore Mystery 2: Earth's Rotation & Time. Who set the first clock?

 

Students will watch a mystery science video, discuss the information presented and then answer brief open response questions regarding the information.

 

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

 

3-PS2-3

Science

Objective: Students will explore Mystery 3: Seasons & Earth's Revolution. Why do the stars change with the seasons? AND Mystery 4: Seasonal Changes & Sun's Path-How can the sun tell you the season?

 

Students will watch a mystery science video, discuss the information presented and then answer brief open response questions regarding the information.

 

3-PS2-3

Science

Objective:Mystery 5: Students will explore Moon Phases, Lunar Cycle-Why does the moon change shape? AND Mystery 6: Planets & Solar System-What are the wandering stars?

 

Students will watch a mystery science video, discuss the information presented and then answer brief open response questions regarding the information.

 

H.13.3.3 H.13.3.1

Social Studies

Objective: students will listen to journal entries of soldiers in the Civil War and compare perspective of those fighting for the north and those fighting for the south.

 

as journal entries are read aloud, students will discuss how the perspective of the opposing sides changed the writing and ideas.

 

H.13.3.1 H.13.3.4

Social Studies

Objective: students will listen to writings of men in pioneer times and compare perspective to the writings of women during that same time period.

 

as journal entries are read aloud, students will discuss how the perspective of the different genders changed the writing and ideas.

 

FIELD TRIP

 

Dogwood Canyon

 

 

H.13.3.1

Social Studies

Objective: Students will reflect on the reading of Sarah Plain and Tall and write about the perspective of the book as Anna tells it.

 

Students will discuss how the perspective of the book would be different if it had been told by Papa or Caleb.  then they will choose an alternate character and write a brief writing from that characters perspective.

 

H.13.3.1

Social Studies

Objective: Students will covey their thinking clearly and explain their thinking to the class.

 

Students will read their writings aloud and explain what perspective their writing is from and why they chose it.