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Week 23

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         2/12/18 - 2/16/18

Day 1

Monday 2/12/18           

Cycle 7

ELA- Science

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies)

Students will continue working on their MW Project

Study Flash Cards

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop-Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.3.1 Determine elapsed time.

Lesson: https://oeta.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/vtl07.math.measure.time.lpschedule/elapsed-time-and-scheduling/#.WnyRYLNG21t ; Use tools to model how to determine elapsed time

Assignment: (optional because whole group lesson is lengthy) IXL O.5 and/or O.6

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Introduce prepositions and watch Jivey video and have students write the definition and some examples in their grammar composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Paragraph Writing- “Someone I Admire”

Brainstorm ideas and organize ideas

 

Practice for Parent Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Review prepositions and do Jivey activity in grammar composition book

 

Synonym of Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling- Spelling contract

Students will pick what they want to do from the spelling contract.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Read a passage over the Plains Indian

 

Week 23

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           2/12/18 - 2/16/18

Day 2

Tuesday 2/13/18           

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies) Finish the handout and start MW project

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.3.1 Determine elapsed time.

Lesson: http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/49901

Whole group practice: https://www.thatquiz.org/tq-g/math/time/

Assignment: Elapsed time Number Line (to the nearest minute)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Review prepositions do 3rd grade on  IXL G.1 Identify Prepositions

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Write the first draft on yellow notebooks and remind students to skip lines.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)-

Lexicon - Students will use their dictionary.

Antonym of the week

2:20-2:40

Spelling-  Spelling Contract

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Plains Indian Passage


 

Week 23

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        2/12/18 - 2/16/18

Day 3

Wednesday 2/14/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies) Students will continue to work on their MW project

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.3.2 Solve problems involving the conversion of one measure of time to another. (60 sec.=1 min; 60 min.= 1 hr; etc.)

Lesson: Watch to introduce units of time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3iWF2XTKHk

BetterLesson- Units of Time

Assignment: IXL O.1

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Review prepositions and do 4th grade G.1 Identify Prepositions

1:30-1:45

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Straighten up room, put computers up, and pack backpacks before party

1:45-2:15

Valentine’s Day Party

Cocoa, cookies, and make valentines

 

2:15- Clean up

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 23

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        2/12/18 - 2/16/18

Day 4

Thursday 2/15/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies) Students will wrap up project and start sharing.

 

9:30- Students need to log into AR and start reading

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.3.2 Solve problems involving the conversion of one measure of time to another. (60 sec. =1 min; 60 min. = 1 hr; etc.)

Lesson: Continue converting units of time

Assignment: Converting Units of time

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Review preposition and assign a lesson on Scootpad or have students write sentences and circle the prepositions.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Edit and revise paragraphs

2:05-2:20

Word Study- IXL P1-P8 Reference Materials

 

Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Students will do the vocabulary worksheet.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Study Guide for Benchmark

Study flashcards and take a MW test and continue sharing

 

Week 23

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           2/12/18 - 2/16/18

Day 5

Friday 2/16/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies) Benchmark Test

 

Share Report

 

9:30- Students need to log into AR and start reading

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.3.1 / 4.GM.3.2

Lesson: Review Units of time and Elapsed time

Assignment: Scootpad Practice

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Scootpad test on prepositions

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Write final drafts and make a cover

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Reference Materials P1-P8

 

 Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Test on Vocabulary

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Finish presenting MW projects

 

Week 22

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        2/05/18 - 2/09/18

Day 1

Monday 2/05/18            

Cycle 6

ELA- Olive my Love

Skills- Sequence and Theme

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Sequence

Do a mini lesson on sequencing, use the OER and Mrs.  Warner’s website. Students will write the definition in their composition books. If time write the the steps on how to make a peanut butter sandwich using transition words. (Have students get the list of transition words out of their writing folder.)

Reread Olive my Love

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop-Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.1.3

Lesson: Area Known, Side Missing Lesson; https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-area-and-perimeter/area-formula-intuition/v/finding-missing-side-when-given-area-math-3rd-grade-khan-academy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ese66aa6luw

Assignment: Pick the Problem (Group work)

                      Missing Sides Challenge (Exit Ticket)

Extra Practice: 4th Grade Math BB.9

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Day 1 Ask students, “What do they notice about the sentence?”

 

If you still have time, on the overhead project the sequence graphic organizer and have students write the order of Olive My Love  in their reading composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 Work on Students Led Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Review Article Adjectives and Adjectives

Do Jivey ws. in grammar composition book

 

Synonym of Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling-  Introduce spelling words and write them 2x’s each in cursive

2:40-3:20

Science-  Energy and Fuel

Read page F38 and watch a video on environmental changes- loss of habitats and mining pollution

Assignment:Write what text features are on page F38 and answer the question in red. What are two sources of heat on Earth?

 

Week 22

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                          2/05/18 - 2/09/18

Day 2

Tuesday 2/06/18           

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Text Structures

Review sequence and text structures

Do IXL Text Structure W.1

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math-4.GM.1.3 Given two 3-dimensional shapes, identify similarities and differences.

Lesson: Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ8Jy1xgqPU ; Discuss the various 3D shapes (pyramid, cone, cylinder, sphere, prism, rectangular prism) using Smart board link http://exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=e03f23e5-c1b6-4754-b648-2b0c9f864b0c ; Students will make a cube net;

Assignment: IXL 4th Grade AA.1

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Day 2 Students will rewrite the sentence in their composition book and label the parts of speech. (skip lines)

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Work on Student Led Parent Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study -Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Antonym of Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling-  Start the Spelling Contract

Students will pick what they want to do from the spelling contract.

2:40-3:20

Science- IXL Natural Resources R.1

 

Week 22

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                       2/05/18 - 2/09/18

Day 3

Wednesday 2/07/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Theme

Review theme and have students look back in their composition book. Discuss the theme of Olive my Love

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math-4.GM.1.3 Given two 3-dimensional shapes, identify similarities and differences.

Lesson: Review the various 3D shapes (pyramid, cone, cylinder, sphere, prism, rectangular prism) ; Introduce 3D characteristics (vertex, edge, and face) with following video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ese66aa6luw  and using Smart board link http://exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=e03f23e5-c1b6-4754-b648-2b0c9f864b0c ; Students will use their cubes to determine how many edges, vertices, and faces the cube has;

Assignment: Characteristics of 3D Shapes

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Day 3 Students will revise the mentor sentence in their composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Work on Student Led Parent Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Article Adjectives IXL E.1

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 22

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                2/05/18 - 2/09/18

Day 4

Thursday 2/08/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Summarizing

Do together on the overhead and summarize Olive My Love

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math- Review for Geometry test (4.GM.1.1, 4.GM.1.2, 4.GM.1.3, 4.GM.2.1, 4.GM.2.2)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Day 4 Students will create a brand new sentence in their composition book.

 

If time have students write in their reading composition book the title, setting, characters, main idea, and a summary over Olive my Love.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Work on the Final Student Led Parent Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

If lexicon is completed do the Reference Skills on IXL P1-P8

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary-  Introduce the words and use the dictionary to write the definitions

2:40-3:20

Social Studies-Read “Transportation in the Midwest” page 264-268 do ws. 74 or write a newspaper story on page 268 #5

Study flashcards

 

Week 22

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                     2/05/18 - 2/09/18

Day 5

Friday 2/09/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work- Olive my Love writing

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Review sequence, theme, summarizing, article adjectives, and adjectives. Then take an assessment on Scootpad.

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: Geometry Unit test

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Jivey Assessment

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Final writing on Student led  Parent Conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study-Reference Materials on IXL P1.-P8

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Students will illustrate the vocabulary words.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Study States and Capitals and take test

 

Start the Midwest Booklet


 

 

 

 

 

Week 21

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        1/29/18 - 2/02/18

Day 3

Wednesday 1/31/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Science) Review on IXL Earth’s features V.1- V.3

Pass out study guides

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.1.2 Describe, classify, and sketch quadrilaterals, including squares, rectangles, trapezoids, rhombuses, parallelograms, and kites. Recognize quadrilaterals in various contexts.

 

Lesson: Watch Math Antics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiREqzDsMP8 ; Use Classifying Quadrilaterals to model how to classify each quadrilateral.

 

Assignment: Topic 16-9 Reteaching and Practice

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math X.9

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Continue to review adjectives on IXL F.1-F.4 or do 3rd and 5th

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- IXL Word Relationship and Usage Q.16-Q.17

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

 

Spelling Test optional

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 21

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        1/29/18 - 2/02/18

Day 4

Thursday 2/01/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Science) Take a science test over Standard 4-ESS-2-1 and 4-ESS2-2

 

9:30- Students need to log into AR and start reading

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.2.2 Find the area of polygons that can be decomposed into rectangles.

 

Lesson: Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpy09HOkHyI then define perimeter and area; Mini lesson (3rd grade review) on perimeter; Introduce Area; Watch Study Jams http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/measurement/surface-area.htm ; Use Area and Perimeter worksheet as whole group practice (Complete perimeter first, then go back and work area)

 

Assignment: Area of a Rectangle

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math BB.6

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Adjectives- Students need to write 5 sentences with adjectives. Then draw a line to the noun it describes. (They will be tested on this next week with Jivey.)

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Work on parent conference

2:05-2:20

Word Study- IXL- Prefix and Suffix N.1-N.12

 

Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Students will do the vocabulary worksheet.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Read “Early History of the Midwest” page 254-259

Students need to do question #5 on page 259

Imagine that you work for the US government in the 1860’s. Make an advertisement for the Homestead Act to attract settlers to the Midwest. Include a drawing, such as a pioneer and a wagon in your advertisement. Finish Friday

 

 

Week 21

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           1/29/18 - 2/02/18

Day 5

Friday 2/02/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- (Social Studies) Finish posters from Thursday

 

9:30- Students need to log into AR and start reading

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.GM.2.2 Find the area of polygons that can be decomposed into rectangles.

 

Lesson: Review the definition of area and the formula. Use Compound Shapes to model how to decompose shapes into rectangles to find area.  

 

Assignment: Calculating Area & Perimeter

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math BB.7

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- First read Olive my Love, Review the Midwest states on IXL H.4-H.6 (States and Capitals quiz next week)

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Groundhog writing or finish up with parent conferences

2:05-2:20

Word Study-  Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Test on Vocabulary

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Historical Map page 260-261


 

 

 

Week 20

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                       1/22/18 - 1/26/18

Day 3

Wednesday 1/24/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Main Idea and Supporting Details

Review main idea and supporting details

In their reading composition book students will use the graphic organizer (Jivey) from the overhead to write the main idea and supporting details from the story.

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math- 4.GM.1.1 Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, endpoints, and parallel/perpendicular lines in various contexts.

Lesson: Watch a short video that can be shown to the students to introduce line, line segment, ray, point, and plane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82HDnvFTZwI Use link to model to student how to determine each https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/geometry/lines-segments-rays-1_TWTBW.pdf?up=1466611200  

Assignment: IXL W.4 (Lines, Line Segments, and Rays)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Day 3 Students will revise the mentor sentence in their composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Students will start their first draft, use the yellow notebook paper and remember to skip lines.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- On IXL Main Idea V.1, Visual Elements- Book title with pictures AA.1, Read graphic organizers AA.3

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

 

Week 20

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                1/22/18 - 1/26/18

Day 4

Thursday 1/25/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill-Context Clues

 

Do the context clues worksheet from Jivey

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math- 4.GM.1.1 Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, endpoints, and parallel/perpendicular lines in various contexts.

Lesson: Parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines

Study Jams http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/geometry/types-of-lines.htm

Whole group http://www.commoncoresheets.com/Lines.php

Assignment: Scootpad practice (4.GM.1.1)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Day 4 Students will create a brand new sentence in their composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Revise and Edit papers with peers

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary-  Introduce the words and use the dictionary to write the definitions

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Read and discuss pages 247-251

Assignment- On page 251 do question #2

Write a description of a tornado.

 

 

Week 20

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                     1/22/18 - 1/26/18

Day 5

Friday 1/26/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will write in their reading composition book the setting, characters, theme, etc. from the story.

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math- 4.GM.1.1 Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, endpoints, and parallel/perpendicular lines in various contexts.

Lesson: Identify Angles; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVuMULQjb3o Using IXL X.1 to model how to determine angles.

Assignment: Three Types of Angles

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Jivey Assessment

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Publish Dinosaur Story and Illustrate

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Students will illustrate the vocabulary words.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Students will write an article to try to persuade people to buy land in the Midwest. Include a list of natural resources found in the region.

Social Studies book page 251 question #5

 

 


 

Week 19

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         1/15/18 - 1/19/18

Day 1

                                        No School on Monday

Tuesday  1/16/18            

Cycle 6

Nonfiction- Science

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Review from last week and read pages C37 and C38

Do ws. 138

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.3 & 4.N.2.4

Lesson: Modeling Adding Fractions and Adding Fractions with Like Denominators Topic 12-1 & 2

Assignment: Topic 12-2 (Reteaching and Practice)

IXL 4th Grade Math Q.4 and/or Q.5

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Review conjunctions

Do IXL H.1-H.4

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Introduce 100th day writing and students will draw and color their self portraits.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Lexicon

 

Antonym of the Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling-  Spelling Contract

2:40-3:20

Science- Review pages C34-C38

Students will get with a partner and make posters (C38) to show the work of many agents of erosion, including gravity,wind, running water, and glaciers.

They may illustrate the posters by drawing before and after images.











 

Week 19

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           1/15/18- 1/19/18

Day 2

Wednesday 1/17/18            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Continue working on posters

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

 

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

11:00-11:15

Computers-Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.4

Lesson: Modeling Subtracting Fractions and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators Topic 12-3 & 4

Assignment: Topic 12-3 (Reteaching and Practice)

IXL 4th Grade Math Q.6 and/or Q.7

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Review conjunctions

IXL H.1-H.4

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will make a bucket list and write 10 things they want to do before they turn 100.

2:05-2:20

Word Study - Spelling Test (optional)

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20

Early Out Day

   



 

Week 19

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                          1/15/18 - 1/19/18

Day 3

Thursday 1/18/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Read pages C40 and C41 Do #1 and 2

Video Lesson- Discovery Ed. - Extreme Erosion (7:13)

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.3

Lesson: Topic 12-10; IXL Q.1 or Q.2 whole group, model how to decompose a fraction

Assignment: IXL Q.3 (20 minutes)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Review types of sentences

IXL (3rd) A.1

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Publish Bucket List ideas

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Prefix/Suffix of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- An activity from Jivey

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Label states and capitals of the Midwest Map pg. 236 and 237

Pass out flash cards to cut and save in their zipper pouch in their binder.

 

Week 19

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                     1/15/18 - 1/19/18  

Day 4

Friday 1/19/18                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Discovery Ed.- Find a video over the cycles of freezing and thawing of water, cycles of heating and cooling, and volume of water flow. Students will take notes or write down 3 to 5 things they have learned.

9:30-Students need to log into AR and start reading.

9:43-10:40

Block

10:40-11:00

Reader’s Workshop- Students will read silently, take AR test, and conference with the teacher.

11:00-11:15

Computers- Scootpad, IXL, or Xtramath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.1

Lesson: Introduce Simplifying Fractions with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp0wJ9d3pKE Watch Math Antics: Simplifying; https://www.helpingwithmath.com/resources/lessons/fractions/SimplifyingFractions.htm

Assignment: Simplify the Fractions Worksheet

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Read Groundhog Gets a Say and students will glue the sentence strips into their composition books.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students need to get Bucket list ideas completed and draw their pictures.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary-Do one of the activities from Jivey

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Video Lesson using Discovery Ed. - Regions of the United States: the Middle West: Environment