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Welcome from the First Grade Teachers! Ms. Magee, Mrs. Fortune, Mrs. O’Meara, Mr. Panetta, Mrs. Shapiro, Ms. Mauldin, Mrs. McClellan
1 1/9 2 1/16 3 1/23 4 1/30 5 2/6 6 2/13 7 2/20 8 2/27 9 3/5 reading Learning Information from Nonfiction text Retelling: using illustrations Learning Information from Nonfiction text Retelling: using illustrations Identifying and using Nonfiction Features and structures/ what’s the main idea Taking Notes on Fiction Retelling: Using Illustrations/ what’s the main idea Taking notes on nonfiction Retelling: Sequential Story Map Self- Monitoring/Self- Correcting Retelling: Sequential story map Visualizing Retelling: Concept Web writing Writing How-To Books Introduction and first draft Writing How to Books Revising How to Books Endings and a closer look at Using Periods, Parentheses, and Colons How to Books Preparing for Publication Writing All-About Books: Show How to Research a Topic of Interest and take notes Drafting All About Book and a closer look at word usage Create Informative Illustrations to Help the reader Understand text Revising All About Books All About Books Publication Celebrating Nonfiction Writing Language Arts Writes in complete sentences Uses commas in a series of items Begins to use personal pronouns (e.g., I, me, we, us) in place of nouns Begins to use a variety of resources (picture dictionaries, the Internet, books) Uses nouns (singular and plural) correctly. / adding s and es Reads compound words and contractions in grade appropriate texts. Math Fractions: Harcourt Ch. 17 and Think Math Time: Harcourt Ch and Think Math Numbers to 100 and Counting Money: Harcourt Facts to 18: Facts to 18: Harcourt Ch. 15, Focus on Word Problems Data Analysis: Social Studies Contributions and Character Traits of Harriet Tubman Contributions and Character Traits of Theodore Roosevelt Contributions and Character Traits of George Washington Carver Hero Book: One sentence on each historical figure studied 3rd Nine Week Hero Book All In One Locate all oceans and continents Science Identify Parts of a Plant Identify the Basic Needs of Plants and Animals First Grade 3 rd Nine Weeks Scope and Sequence of Learning
First Grade 4 th Nine Weeks Scope and Sequence of Learning 1 3/12 2 3/19 3 3/26 4 4/9 5 4/16 6 4/23 7 4/30 8 5/7 9 5/14 reading Character Analysis Annie Oakley Compare, contrast, and make connections among texts. Identify main idea and details of texts. Read: Johnny Appleseed Paul Bunyan Read: John Henry Davy Crockett Choose class folktale favorite and reread Use this time for students to read independently books they are reporting on All Pigs are Beautiful Earrings! Wanna Iguana My Teacher For President Thank you Sarah The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Hey Little Ant Identify the difference between fact and opinion As a class, the students will discuss how an author creates a sense of closure. writing Write a Response to Literature based shared reading literature in whole group Focus: Main idea, beginning, middle, and end Write a Response to Literature based shared reading literature in whole group Focus: incorporate my connections into my beginning, middle, and end Write a Response to Literature based shared reading literature independently Focus: capture reader’s attention and wrapping it up / opinion Discuss elements of a book report and write as a whole group a book report on favorite folktale figure Students will work independently on their own book reports / responses to literature Identify opinion / position and brainstorm ways to persuade In whole turn brainstorming into a persuasive paragraph Create strong closings for each persuasive paragraph written in week 7 Language Arts Review nouns (common and proper) and verbs. Subject / Verb Agreement Pronouns (possessive and personal) Singular and plural nouns Simple and compound sentences Declarative and interrogative sentences Review resources: internet, dictionary, nonfiction book Math Measurement: Money: HarcourtNumbers to 100 Strategies for Addition & Subtraction: My Story Problem Book My Story Problem Book - create story problems (State Performance Task) Social Studies National Heritage Compare, contrast, and make connections among texts. Identify main idea and details of texts. Annie Oakley Johnny Appleseed Paul Bunyan John Henry Davy Crockett Producers and Consumers Science Compare and describe various animals - appearance, motion, growth, basic needs. Compare, contrast, and make connections among texts. Identify main idea and details of texts.
Reading Standard for 3 rd Quarter ELA1R6 The student uses a variety of strategies to understand and gain meaning from grade-level text. – Identifies main idea and details of informational text and fictional text read aloud by teacher.
Reading Comprehension My Dream Last night I had a dream about being an astronaut. As I fell asleep I found myself counting, “Ten, nine, eight … blastoff!” I dreamed I blasted into space. I landed on Mars first. I raced in the red clay, making dust clouds behind me. Next I played leapfrog on the moons of Jupiter. Then I sailed around in the rings of Saturn. Suddenly, I began spinning out of control. Next thing I knew, I was on my bedroom floor. Someday I hope my dream comes true.
Reading Comprehension 1. Which title tells the main idea? A.Falling Out of Bed B.Playing Leapfrog in Space C.Dreaming about Being an Astronaut D.Space Is an Adventure 2. Number the sentences as they happened in the dream. __ I was on my bedroom floor. __ I played leapfrog on the moons of Jupiter. __ I dreamed I blasted into outer space. __ I raced in the red clay. 3. Ask the 5 W’s. Who? What? When? Where? Why?
Text Features Graphic Organizer Title of Text: ________________ Text FeaturePage NumberDescription Table of ContentsExample:There are 10 chapters. Title Sub title Caption Boldface Graph or Chart Index Glossary
Topic and Details Graphic Organizer Topic _____________ 3 Main Points: 1 _________2 _________3 __________ Details: __________________________
Information Web Graphic Organizer
Money Standard for 3 rd Quarter M1N1: e. Exchange equivalent quantities of coins by making fair trades involving – combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters up to one dollar. – count out a combination of coins needed to purchase items up to one dollar.
Touch Money Strategy This strategy is used to teach money until the children have a better grasp of number sense and the ability to “count-up” in the higher numbers. It allows the children to count amounts of change by 5’s instead of changing back and forth between 10s and 5s. “5, 10, 15, 20, 25… 30, 35… 40… 41”
This is what we are working on currently… What can you add to these coins to equal 67¢?
Money Websites: Scroll down the page until you see “Dollars and Cents”. (The website has lots of other great math games!) ons/mathles3/tutor.htm ons/mathles3/tutor.htm ney/ ney/
Problem Solving for Addition and Subtraction Addition Key Words: in all all together total sum Joey has 12 toy cars. Eric has 4 toy cars. How many do they have all together? Mark has 11 cupcakes. Julie has 5 cupcakes. How many cupcakes do they have in all? Subtraction Key Words: take away fewer less difference more than are left Jeff has 12 toy cars. Eric has 4 toy cars. How many more cars does Jeff have than Eric? Hillary has 9 dolls. Andrea has 15 dolls. How many fewer dolls does Hillary have than Andrea?
Problem Solving Websites already made create your own - many levels, must be solved on the computer many levels Documents/Problem/pdf/1st-Qtr/Problem-of-the-Day-Gr1-1st- Qtr.pdf high level, problem of the day, excellent Documents/Problem/pdf/1st-Qtr/Problem-of-the-Day-Gr1-1st- Qtr.pdf