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Teacher: Mrs.

Brown Welcome to A Class Where We Inquire, Ignite & Inspire Date: April 16 April 20, 2012 Morning Meeting 8:05-8:15 SGO 8:15-9:00 Activity-11:30-12:15 Lunch 10:51-11:24 Recess 12:20-12:40

Standards

ELA Standards 2-1.7 Create responses to literary texts through a variety of methods. 2-1.10 Read independently for pleasure for an extended amount of time. 2-3.7 Use techniques, for example, word automaticity, phrasing and expression to read fluently. 2-3.8 Use knowledge of spelling patterns and high frequency words to read fluently. 2-3.9 Analyze in context and parts of multisyllabic words. 2-5.2 Create narratives such as stories and journal entries that follow a logical sequence of events. 2-6.1 Generate how and why questions about a topic of interest. Monday Tuesday

Science and Social Studies 2-2.4 Summarize the interdependence between animals and plants as sources of food and shelter. 2-2.5 Illustrate the various life cycles of animals.

Math 2.1.2 Generate conjectures and exchange mathematical ideas. 2-1.5 Generalize mathematical concepts. 2-1.6 Use a variety of mathematical communication. 2-1.8 Use multiple informal representations to convey mathematical ideas. 2-4.2 Identify multiple lines of symmetry. 2-4.3 Predict the results of combining and subdividing polygons and circles.

Wednesday Group 3: Algebra Objective: SW use various mathematical strategies. Objective: SW use making connections to comprehend the text. SW formulate questions after reading the text. Before: SW practice making connections during the read aloud. During: SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW share their questions from the previous day. SW listen to the text on CD. SW write questions they have after reading the text. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW complete smartboard vocabulary activity. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. TSW use time to write about their day. After: SW record a strategy they used during daily five. Technology: Smartboard sort for weekly vocabulary. CD of the story. Assessment: Daily Five rubric- individual conferences to assess use of strategies.

Thursday Group 4: Data and Probability Objective: SW use various mathematical strategies. Objective: SW summarize the text. Before: TW review summarizing during the read aloud. During: SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW share their questions from the previous day. SW summarize the text with a partner. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW complete smartboard sorting activity. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. TSW discuss how time can be used to organize writing. After: SW write one thing they learned on an exit slip. Technology: Smartboard sort for weekly spelling pattern Assessment: Daily Five rubric- individual conferences to assess use of strategies.

Friday D.E.A.W

SGO

Group 1: Numbers and Ops Objective: SW use various mathematical strategies.

Group 2: Geometry Objective: SW use various mathematical strategies. Objective: SW formulate questions after reading the text. Before: TSW practice asking questions during the read aloud. During: SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW complete a spelling pre-test. TW introduce story vocabulary. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. SW preview the story and write questions. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW work with small groups. TW read aloud Listen to introduce using time to organize writing. After: SW record their daily five activities for the day. Technology: Powerpoint to introduce vocabulary. Assessment: Daily Five rubricindividual conferences to assess use of strategies. BURST GROUP

Guided Reading Rotation 1 Rotation 2 Rotation 3 Rotation 4

MAP Testing 9:00-10:30 a.m.

Objective: SW list cause and effect situations. SW practice visualization. Before: TW review cause and effect through the read aloud. During: SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW hold individual Daily 5 conferences. TSW read aloud poem and students will record cause and effect situations. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW hold individual Daily 5 conferences. SW complete spelling practice on spelling city. SW complete Daily 5 activity. TW hold individual Daily 5 conferences. TSW create a list of time words to help organize writing. After: SW share their visualization from the shared read aloud. Technology: Computer Lab for Daily 5 activities. Assessment: Daily Five rubric- individual conferences to assess use of strategies.

10:15-10:45

BURST GROUP 10:15-10:45

BURST GROUP 10:15-10:45


Read Aloud Shared Reading Social Studies/ Science/ (40 min)

The Hole in the Dike

The Hole in the Dike

The Hole in the Dike

The Hole in the Dike

The Hole in the Dike

PASS Passage
Objective: SW summarize the interdependence between animals and plants. Before: SW listen to the Lorax on line. TSW discuss the effects of the factory on the habitat. During: TW invite several students to participate in a habitat web to demonstrate interdependence within a habitat. SW complete a food chain web poster. After: SW share their food chain posters and discuss

PASS Passage
Objective: SW summarize the interdependence between animals and plants. Before: SW listen to the Lorax on line. TSW discuss the effects of the factory on the habitat. During: TW invite several students to participate in a habitat web to demonstrate interdependence within a habitat. SW complete a food chain web poster. After: SW share their food chain posters and discuss possible threats to the habitat. Students will write a

PASS Passage
Objective: SW summarize the interdependence between animals and plants. Before: TSW discuss how people depend on nature for food, water and shelter. During: TSW discuss how people depend on each other within the school community. After: SW choose a member of the school community to write a thank you letter to for what they do. Technology: Assessment: Friendly letter

PASS Passage
Objective: SW summarize the interdependence between animals and plants. Before: TSW discuss how people depend on nature for food, water and shelter. During: TSW discuss how people depend on each other within the school community. After: SW choose a member of the school community to write a thank you letter to for what they do. Technology: Assessment: Friendly letter

PASS Passage
Objective: SW summarize the interdependence between animals and plants. Before: TSW discuss how people depend on nature for food, water and shelter. During: TSW discuss how people depend on each other within the school community. After: SW choose a member of the school community to write a thank you letter to for what they do. Technology: Assessment: Friendly letter

SGO Read to Self Asking Questions Making Connections Summarizing Read to Someone Book Chats Work on Words Word Pattern Sort ABC order Sort Word Sort w a partner Whiteboard spelling practice Work on Writing Writing Complete Sentences Letter Writing Squiggle stories Writers Choice Listen to Reading Blog Response on Edmodo. Storyonline Tumblebooks

Daily Five Buddy Games Addition Subtraction Place Value Top It Using Math Tools Domino Fact Practice Place Value Build Money Dice Measure It Independent Work Independent review-Fantastic Five Learn with Technology Study Island Sumdog Ten Mark Daily Practice Small group: MAP review

Mike Rutherfords Big Six Principles CLEAR LEARNING GOALS examines the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage time in the classroom. (Objectives) CONGRUENCY communicates the ability to achieve an exact match or agreement between the clear learning goal and the chosen learning activity. (After/Assessment) DIAGNOSIS is determining what a student already knows and can apply to a learning goal. (Before) TASK ANALYSIS supplies step-by-step directions to achieve the objective. (During) OVERT RESPONSES is a demonstration of learning targeted to the level of thinking/doing contained in the clear learning goal. (During)

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