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Angela April BellmanElizabeth JohnsonLesson Plans: January 15-19, 2018Bell RingerFirst five students in the class will get on i-Ready or St Math, the rest of the students will be working on morning work.Computer Schedule - 1:25pm-2:20pmTuesday Iready ELAFriday Iready ELAMonday-FridayREADINGObjectivesTechnologyLesson Snowy DayRL.2.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, when, where, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.RL.2.3 Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges. RL.2.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action. RL.2.10 Read and comprehend literature, including stories and poetry, in the grades 2-3 complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. W.2.3 Write narratives in which they recount a well elaborated event or short sequence of events.SL.2.2 Recount or describe key ideas or details from a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media.Brain Pop Jr. Ezra Jack KeatsAmazon Video-Snowy Dayhttp://www.ezra-jack-keats.org/read-aloud/the-snowy-day/We will complete an extended text unit on the book The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Tuesday TTW provide background knowledge with Snowy Day video. TS and TT will read the story. TTW guide the students to sort events into categories by answering the 5 Ws. TSW identify their categories by writing details for each category. TTW guide the students to answer comprehension questions and analyze the main character. TSW fill in a chart to show how the character feels.Wednesday-TSW read the story. TTW guide the students to sequence the story events. TS will assemble a list of sequenced events. TS will retell the story using what they created. Thursday- TTW guide the students to organize their thoughts for a writing activity. TSW write a story about what they would do if they were friends with Peter.Friday-ELA and Math Assessments givenCenter 1Language Circle Stories and QuestionsPhonics Project ReadTeacher center: Remediation/skill building center PhonicsTuesday Phonics Reading Tails. TSW read the report and circle the animal names. Underline how each animal uses its tail. TSW complete activity #18 Use your prior knowledge to tell how these animals use their tails. Write their answers in complete sentences. Wednesday Phonics Reading Honkers. TSW read the story and underline and code the facts using the coding key. (This will be placed in page protectors and TSW use dry eraser markers. TSW complete student activity # 15; answering each question in a complete sentence.Thursday Phonics Reading Elephants. TSW read the story. TSW underline and code facts in the report. (This will be placed in a page protectors and TSW use dry eraser markers. TSW complete student activity #21. TSW write the correct word from the word bank to complete each sentence.Friday Complete any parts of the center work that is not completed. Play the 5 Ws Game Skill answering who, what, where, when, and why.Phonics [ee] soundTuesday Student Practice 26Q TSW read the words. Use two decoding tools to unlock the words. TTW fold back the paper on the dotted line. TTW dictate ten words. Wednesday Student Practice 26Q TSW read the words. Use two decoding tools to unlock the words. TTW fold back the paper on the dotted line. TTW dictate ten words.Thursday Student Practice 26V- Read the sentences below and sequence them to make a comprehensive story.Friday ELA Assessment. Complete any parts of the center work that is not completed.Center 2FocusPair-Share center The stories in this center come from Focus Main Idea and Details, Recognizing Cause and Effect, and Understanding Sequencing.Tuesday Skill Main Idea and Details - TSW read Vanessas Invention. TSW answer the five questions that come straight from the story.Wednesday Skill Understanding Sequence TSW read Kites. TSW answer the five questions that come straight from the story.Thursday - Skill Recognizing Cause and Effect TSW read Peanuts in a Shell. TSW answer the five questions that come straight from the story.Extra TSW read Little Red Ant. TSW answer the five questions that come straight from the story.Friday Complete any parts of the center work that is not completed. Silent Read and AR Test.Center 3Computer Center Iready ELA Extra Lessons - #41 Story Characters, Setting, and Plot. #63 Understand Characters .Center 4Language Center: TSW complete a work packet on simple and compound sentences.Tuesday TSW read the sentences. Decide if the sentences are simple or compound. Then cut and glue the sentences under the correct column.Wednesday TSW combine each pair of simple sentences to make a compound sentence. Use the conjunction in parethesis.Thursday TSW tell whether or not each sentence is a compound sentence. Write compound or not compound on the line.Friday Complete any parts of the center work that is not completed. Silent Read and AR Test.HomeworkMonday homework is given to each student. It is due on Friday. The homework will focus on language, reading, and math skills from the lessons taught during the week.VocabularySnowsuit a childs one- or two-piece coverall with a warm lining for protection against cold and often with a water-repellent outer materialPath a way laid down for walking or made by continually walking on itDragged pull (someone or something) along forcefullyHeaping put (objects or a loose substance) in a pileEssential QuestionHow can I understand what I have read?I Can StatementsI can understand what I have read?InterventionBoost Ms. Bellmans Class- Z.B., A.D., J.H., and M.R.Ms. Johnsons Class- E.K.GCMH Ms. Bellmans Class S.S. Ms. Johnsons Class-Ms. RitterMs. Bellmans Class J.GMs. Johnsons Class M.S., Z.L., I.L., T.R, AND A.T.After school (Bellmans Class) Z.B., A.D., JBG., J.H., M.R., and S.S. (Johnsons Class) R.C., K.J., Z.L., T.R., T.T., M.T., and A.T. are getting reading intervention after school on Wed. and Thurs. First, they listen to an AR story online while they eat their snack. Then, they will work on fluency and reading/comprehension skills with the teacher. Angela April BellmanElizabeth JohnsonLesson Plans: January 15-19, 2018Computer Schedule - 1:25pm-2:20pmTuesday Iready ELAFriday Iready ELAMonday-FridayWriting, Language, and SpellingObjectivesSpelling Project ReadGrammar Lesson 10Reading/WritingRL.2.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, when, where, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.RL.2.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action. W.2.3 Write narratives in which they recount a well elaborated event or short sequence of events.SL.2.2 Recount or describe key ideas or details from a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media.Brain Pop Jr. Ezra Jack KeatsAmazon Video-Snowy Dayhttp://www.ezra-jack-keats.org/read-aloud/the-snowy-day/We will cover Project Read Skills Unit 26, Lesson 4, Vowel Team [ee].TSW identify simple sentences and compound sentences.We will complete an extended text unit on the book The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Tuesday TSW write story events under the correct category.TSW find the correct pronoun for the sentence.Wednesday -TSW write the correct feeling of the character after a specified event.TSW rewrite the sentence using the correct pronoun.Thursday -TSW sequence events.TSW will choose the correct pronoun to complete each sentence. TTW will guide the students to organize their thoughts for a writing activity. TSW write a story about what they would do if they were friends with Peter.Friday- Early finishers will work on Accelerated Reader.HomeworkMonday homework is given to each student. It is due on Friday. The homework will focus on language, reading, and math skills from the lessons taught during the week.VocabularyNo new vocabularyEssential QuestionHow can I write a good paragraph?I CanI can use correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. InterventionIntervention listed on the Reading Lesson Plans.Angela April BellmanElizabeth JohnsonLesson Plans: January 15-19, 2018Bell RingerFirst five students in the class will get on Iready Math or St Math, the rest of the students will be working on morning work.Computer Schedule - 1:25pm-2:20pmMonday Iready MathWednesday St MathThursday Iready MathMonday-FridayMathObjectivesTechnologyLesson 142.NBT.7 Add and subtract within 1000, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method. Understand that in adding or subtracting three-digit numbers, one adds or subtract hundreds and hundreds, tens and tens, ones and ones; and sometimes it is necessary to compose or decompose tens or hundreds.2. NBT.B.9 Explain why addition and subtraction strategies work, using place value and the properties of operations. Tuesday Interactive tutorial from iReady Interactive tutorial from iReady Subtract Within 100 on Number Lines Level BWednesday Brain Pop, We will be covering the following pages in the Math Ready Common Core Lesson 14Tuesday pgs. 142 - 143 TSW solve word problems involving the subtraction of two three-digit numbers. (Guided practice).Wednesday pgs. 144 145 TSW solve three-digit subtraction problems that might appear on a mathematics test.Thursday Extra practice TSW solve three-digit math subtraction problems.Friday Math AssessmentCenter 1Teacher Center Remediation/skill building center Regrouping Work Packet, Cubes, Rods, and Flats. TSW work together on regrouping numbers. TSW use the cubes, rods and flats as a hands on visual.Center 2Materials Scoot 3-digit subtraction. TSW pull a scoot card and solve the problem on lined paper and transfer the answer to the Scoot Recording Sheet.Center 3Computer Center Iready Math or ST Math - #78, #79, and #80 Reading and Writing 3-digit Numbers.Center 4Visual Model: Materials 3 digit subtraction work packet.HomeworkMonday homework is given to each student. It is due on Friday. The homework will focus on language, reading, and math skills from the lessons taught during the week.VocabularyNo new vocabularyEssential QuestionHow do I break apart three digit numbers as a place-value strategy for subtracting?How do I recognize that in subtraction, hundreds are subtracted to hundreds, tens to tens, and ones to ones?I CanI can break apart three digit numbers as a place-value strategy for subtracting.I can recognize that in subtraction, hundreds are subtracted to hundreds, tens to tens, and ones to ones.InterventionMath S.S. and J.H.Ms. Bellmans Class The whole class are working on Math Fluency on StMath.Ms. Johnsons Class The whole class are working on Math Fluency on StMath.