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Name______________________________ Date___________________ Period _____________

RELA Module 2:
Start Date: September 26, 2016

Completion Date: November 4, 2016

Total Days: 30

(Students will be expected to complete activities during class and at home for 30 minutes each night.)

Standards:
ELAGSE5RL1: Quote accurately from a
text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences
from the text.
ELAGSERL2: Determine a theme of a
story, drama, or poem from details in the
text, including how characters in a story
or drama respond to challenges or how
the speaker in a poem reflects upon a
topic; summarize the text.
ELAGSE5RL3: Compare and contrast two
or more characters, settings, or events in
a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the text (e.g., how characters
interact).
ELAGSE5RL4: Determine the meaning of
words and phrases as they are used in a
text, including figurative language such as
metaphors and similes.
ELAGSE5RL5: Explain how a series of
chapters, scenes, or stanzas fits together
to provide the overall structure of a
particular story, drama, or poem.
ELAGSE5RL6: Describe how a narrators or
speakers point of view influences how
events are described.
ELAGSE5RL7: Analyze how visual and

SS5H1 The student will explain the


causes, major events, and
consequences of the
Civil War
a. Identify Uncle Toms Cabin and
John Browns raid on Harpers Ferry
and explain how each of these
events was related to the Civil War.
b. Discuss how the issues of states
rights and slavery increased
tensions between the North and
South.
c. Identify major battles and
campaigns: Fort Sumter,
Gettysburg, the Atlanta Campaign,
Shermans March to the Sea, and
Appomattox Court House.
d. Describe the roles of Abraham
Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S.
Grant, Jefferson Davis, and Thomas
Stonewall Jackson.
e. Describe the effects of war on the
North and South.
SS5G1 The student will locate

S5L1. Students will classify organisms into groups


and relate how they determined the groups with
how and why scientists use classification.
a. Demonstrate how animals are sorted into groups
(vertebrate and invertebrate) and how vertebrates
are sorted into groups (fish, amphibian, reptile,
bird, and mammal).
b. Demonstrate how plants are sorted into groups.

multimedia elements contribute to the


meaning, tone, or beauty of a text (e.g.,
graphic novel, multimedia presentation of
fiction, folktale, myth, poem).
ELAGSE5RI9: Integrate information from
several texts on the same topic in order to
write or speak about the subject
knowledgeably.
ELAGSE5W1: Write opinion pieces on
topics or texts, supporting a point of view
with reasons.

important places in the United


States.
b. Locate important man-made
places; include the Chisholm Trail;
Pittsburgh, PA;
Gettysburg, PA; Kitty Hawk, NC;
Pearl Harbor, HI; and Montgomery,
AL.

Key Vocabulary:
Reading & Language Arts
Quote, Annotation, Explicit, Implicit, Inference,
Literary, Informational Fiction, Non-Fiction, Close
Reading, Genres, Claim, Thesis, Paraphrase,
Summarize, Theme, Drama, Poetry, Summarize,
Character, Speaker Main Idea, Protagonist,
Paraphrase, Speaker, Compare/Contrast,
Characterization, Setting, Plot Resolution, Rising
Action, Climax, Falling Action, Denotation,

Social Studies
Civil War, Ft. Sumter, Gettysburg, The
Atlanta Campaign, industrial and railway,
South, North, The Union, The Confederate
Shermans March to the Sea, Confederacy

Science
vertebrate groups of birds, fish, reptiles,
amphibians, and mammals, Group, Classify,
Conclude, Graph, Characteristics Similarities,
Differences,

Appomattox Court House, General Lees,


General Grant, Reconstruction, Rebuilding
the southern economy, agricultural vs.

Connotation, Literal, Concrete, Idiom, Metaphor,

industrial, Sharecropping, The Bureau of

Simile, Figurative Language, Personification

Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands

Hyperbole, Alliteration, Irony, Onomatopoeia,

(the Freedmens Bureau), Jim Crow laws

Structure, Scene, Stanza, Drama, Chapter,


Heading, Act, Line, Verse, Series, Bias, Opinion,
Point Of View, First Person, Second Person, Third
Person Narrator, Visual, Audio Graphic Novel,
Multimedia, Digital, Tone, Beauty of Text, Folk
Tale, Myth, Integrate, Synthesize, Topic, Citation

Unit Performances:
Activity Title

Est.

Quiz or

A (*) is an assignment that MUST be completed

Time

Practice Work

4cp

Quiz

*AR Quiz 8 Smart Goal of 80 and above


BrainPop - Take 2 quizzes email results to teacher

Points

Total

Received

Points

Teacher Initial

Photosynthesis
Seedless Plants
Seed Plants
Plant Growth

Animal Shuffle
Communicating about Vertebrates
Plant Adaptations Research
http://www.mbgnet.net/bioplants/adapt.html
Compare and Contrast: Spiders and Insects
Invertebrates Fairy Tale
Effects of the War
Civil War Diary Entries
Reconstruction-Whos and Whats
Themed Filled Cupcakes
Figurative Language Task Cards (12)
Onomatopoeia Comic Strip
Oxymoron Movie Poster

2 cp
2 cp
2cp

PW
PW
PW

2cp
cp

PW
PW

3 cp
1 cp
2 cp
1 cp.

PW
PW
PW
Quiz

2 cp

PW

Performance Task
Activity Title

Civil War/Reconstruction ABC Scrapbook

Monologue: Harriet Beecher Stowe, John Brown


My Unforgettable Trip
Personification Play
Childrens Book

Est.

Group/

Points

Total

Time

Independent

Received

Points

2hrs
2hrs.
1hrs
1hrs
5 hrs

Independent
Independent
Both
Both

Independen
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Independent

Teacher Initial