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Week 13

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           11/13/17 - 11/17/17

           No School on Monday (Professional Development)

Day 2

Tuesday 11/14/17            

Cycle 4

ELA- Nonfiction Social Studies

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will finish presentations over the SE. They will receive a grade on the presentation and for speaking.

 

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Topic 9 Lesson 4

Assignment: Reteaching and Practice 9-4

Extra Practice: IXL 4th grade Math E.4

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Do a mini lesson on comparative and superlative adverbs. Students will work on IXL.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will revise and edit each other’s papers. Remember to boot camp strategies.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)-Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Antonym of the Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling- Finish the spelling contract

2:40-3:20

Science-Students will start making their volcanoes.

 

 

 

Week 13

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                          11/13/17 - 11/17/17

Day 3

Wednesday 11/15/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Native American unit

Students will watch a video on Discovery Education about the Native Americans. Students will be put into groups and research one of the following tribes: southwest, southeast, plateau, eastern woodlands, arctic, northwest, and plains.

 

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- IXL 4th Grade Math E.4

Erupt Volcanoes

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Do a game, worksheet, or a Scootpad lesson on adverbs.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will finish revising and editing and start publishing. Students need to remember to use boot camp strategies.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Spelling test (optional)

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

 

 

Week 13

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                            11/13/17 - 11/17/17

Day 4

Thursday 11/16/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will continue researching one of the Native American tribes from Wednesday. They need to include the following in their research: food, shelter, clothing, location, name of tribe, customs, any famous Indians, and some fun facts. Each group will make a poster.

 

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by a 1-digit divisor with and without remainders. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Topic 10 Lesson 4

Assignment: Reteaching and Practice 10-4

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Students will do a game, worksheet, or a ScootPad assignment on adverbs.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will finish publishing their writing and they will need to remember to use the boot camp strategies.

Students will make the leaf turkey to go along with the story.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws. and make flashcards to study

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Students will continue researching on their Native American tribe.

 

 

 

Week 13

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                            11/13/17 - 11/17/17

Day 5

Friday 11/17/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will continue researching on their Native American tribe.

 

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 Lesson: Prime and Composite Numbers; Using the multiplication table passed out last week follow the steps from the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V08g_lkKj6Q

Assignment: IXL 4th Grade Math A.11

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Students will take a test on adverbs.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will share their stories and keep them in their writing folder.

*Send home Santa suits for the next writing.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Students will write the vocabulary words on a piece of paper and then use the dictionary to write the number of syllables.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Students will take their information and make a poster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 12

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        11/06/17 - 11/10/17

Day 1

Monday 11/06/17            

 

Cycle 4

ELA- Knots on a Counting Rope

Skills- Simile and personification

 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

 

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

 

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Personification

Do a mini lesson on personification and use the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website. Students need to put the definition and some examples in their composition book.

Reread Knots on a Counting Rope  

 

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: Students will be able to divide a 2-digit whole number dividend by a 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Watch Math Antics- Basic Division (9:58) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGMf314LUc0

Discuss division vocabulary (divisor, quotient, dividend, and remainder) and steps to complete division (DMSB)

Assignment: Lotsa Basic Math Practice

 

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?”

 

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Writing Whizardry Book- do a mini lesson over “Support your Great  Ideas” lesson 46 pg. 62

 

Read a story about a turkey not wanting to be eaten for Thanksgiving. (Turkey Trouble or  A Turkey for Thanksgiving)

 

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Do a mini lesson on adverbs and watch a video use Mrs. Warner’s website. Students will put the definition, the three questions (how, when, and where), and examples in their 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-  Take the STAR Reading test

 

 

 

Week 12

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         11/06/17 - 11/10/17

Day 2

Tuesday 11/07/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Personification

Review personification and watch a video.

 

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. The commutative, associative, and distributive properties should utilized as well as the standard algorithm. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uZiqk_ZdcA 2-digit dividends by a 1-digit divisor (Without remainders) Use http://www.worksheetfun.com/2013/03/03/long-division-2-digits-by-1-digit-without-remainders/ Worksheet 1 to complete with students on their whiteboards/teacher solve on the Smartboard

Assignment: Divide (Graph Paper) Front and Back

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

 

Read the prompt about the turkey and discuss the questions at the bottom of the page. Then students will brainstorm some ideas on the graphic organizer.

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- Have students get back with their partners and discuss their volcanoes. They need a plan on how they are going to make it and list of materials they are going to bring. Teachers will supply the vinegar and baking soda. Materials are due on Friday.


 

Week 12

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                     11/06/17 - 11/10/17

Day 3

Wednesday 11/08/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Similes

Do a mini lesson on similes using the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website. Students need to put the definition and some examples in their composition book. Play the “Fireworks: song by Katy Perry

 

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. The commutative, associative, and distributive properties should utilized as well as the standard algorithm. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Begin by playing Math Baseball (Division-Medium) for warm-up; Introduce new vocabulary- remainder; Dividing with Remainders lesson

Assignment: Group activity Sheet

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 writing their first draft on their yellow note pads and remember to skip lines. Remind students to use their bootcamp writing tips and to support their ideas.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Review adverbs and work on IXL

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

 

Week 12

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                 11/06/17 - 11/10/17

Day 4

Thursday 11/09/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop-Review similes and complete ws. or do IXL

 

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. The commutative, associative, and distributive properties should utilized as well as the standard algorithm. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Review dividing with remainders

Assignment: Dividing 2-Digit by 1-Digit Numbers

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

 

Students will continue to work on their drafts and as they finish they will switch papers with their neighbors and give suggestions.

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 and then do the ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- STAR Math

Work on SE project

Week 12

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                    11/06/17 - 11/10/17

Day 5

Friday 11/10/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Write a short story using personification and similes. Students will highlight personification and similes in their stories and share.

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: Students will be able to divide 2-digit whole number dividend by 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders. The commutative, associative, and distributive properties should utilized as well as the standard algorithm. (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Whole Group- 2-digit by 1-digit division (with remainders) work with whiteboards (Teacher pose a problem- students solve on whiteboards)

Assignment: Leftovers game

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Grammar test on adverbs

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will revise and edit each other’s papers. Remember to bootcamp strategies.

OR

Veteran’s Program

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Finish SE project and start presenting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 11

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/30/17 - 11/03/17

Day 1

Monday 10/30/17            

Cycle 4

ELA- Nonfiction Social Studies

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will finish their explorer paper. Start working with a partner to compare explorers.

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.1.1 Students will demonstrate fluency with multiplication and division facts with factors up to 12.

Lesson: Boardworks (Numbers and Operations: Factors and Multiples)

Assignment: IXL 4th Grade Math D.3 & D.4

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess (Lunch Duty)

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Mini lesson on types of sentences.

Assignment- Do ws.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, use ws. 44 as a guide and do together on the overhead. Do ws. 45 with a partner and do ws. 46 independently. Share

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)-  Mini lesson on conjunctions (and, but, or)

and do ws.

 

Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary

 

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

Science- Students will make rocks

Make groups for volcanoes

Students will research how to make their volcano and decide on the materials they need. Send a note home with materials that they will need. Due by Nov. 10th


 

Week 11

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           10/30/17 - 11/03/17

Day 2

Tuesday 10/31/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Halloween Party

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: Students will be able to demonstrate fluency with division facts through 12. (4.N.1.1)

Lesson: Watch Division Dog (4:10) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0lsX2d7y08

Assignment: Halloween Pumpkin Division

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Watch Monster Inc.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Make Veteran’s Day Cards

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)-Watch Monster Inc.

2:20-2:40

Spelling- Watch Monster Inc.

2:40-3:20

Science- Make Igneous Rocks

 

 

Week 11

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        10/30/17 - 11/03/17

Day 3

Wednesday 11/01/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the SS book read “Atlantic Coast States” pages 206-210

 

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: Students will be able to use their knowledge of rounding rules to round whole numbers in order to estimate quotients up to 3-digits by 1-digit and determine its reasonableness.

Lesson: Model how to estimate a quotient. (Teacher Resource: http://www.screencast.com/t/ejS2qJy8bggt ) Topic 9-2

Assignment: Topic 9-2 Reteaching and Practice

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess (Lunch and Recess Duty)

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Do a mini lesson on subject/verb agreement

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, use the overhead for ws. 47 and and do together and discuss it. Then do ws. 49 together and write it out.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Do a ws. over subject/verb agreement

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 11

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        10/30/17 - 11/03/17

Day 4

Thursday 11/02/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Read in the SS book “ Gulf Coast States” pg. 212-217

Assignment- Do ws. 60

 

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: Students will be able to use an understanding of place value to divide a 3-digit whole number by 10, 100, and 1,000. (4.N.1.2)

Lesson: Topic 9-1 (Using Mental Math to Divide)

Assignment: Topic 9-1 Reteaching and Practice

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - On IXL students will work on subject/verb agreement, conjunctions, and types of sentences.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, use the outline on page 50 and 51 and do page 52 together. Students need to help come with sentences to support each detail.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws. and make flashcards to study

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Read a Map Scale pg. 218 and 219

Do ws. 62 and 63

 

 

Week 11

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                           10/30/17 - 11/03/17

Day 5

Friday 11/03/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the SS book read “Inland South States” pg. 220-224

Assignment- do ws. 64 and label a map

 

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: Students will be able to divide a 2-digit whole number dividend by a 1-digit whole number divisor without remainders (Repeated Subtraction). (4.N.1.6)

Lesson: Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBlingXK188 Repeated subtraction (Pause the video on the 18/6 and have the students try it on their whiteboard). Topic 10-1

Assignment: Topic 10-1

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - On IXL students will work on subject/verb agreement, conjunctions, and types of sentences.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, do page 53 and then students will publish on paper.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Read Knots on a Counting Rope and then students will glue sentence strips in their composition book.

 

Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

2:00-2:30 Extra PE

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary-Test over lesson 1-5

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Students will research a SE state and make a PowerPoint. (remember to include sources)

 

 

 

 

Week 10

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/23/17 - 10/27/17

Day 1

Monday 10/23/17            

 

ELA- I Need my Monster

Skills- Author’s Purpose and problem and solution

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Author’s Purpose

Do a mini lesson on author’s purpose and use the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website.

Reread  I Need my Monster and fill out the graphic organizer

 

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: Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 2-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Watch Area Model Multiplication (2:50) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYJsQo7ZTC4 Model Partial Products to Multiply 2-digit by 2-digit using the area/rectangle models. Complete Area Model Multiplication 1-10 with students.

Assignment: Area Model Multiplication

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?”

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, review topic sentences and supporting details. Do ws. 18 on the board together and then have students get with a partner and do ws. 19 and then share.

Assignment- Do ws. 20 independently

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Review quotation marks and watch a video

 

Synonym of Week

2:20-2:40

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

2:40-3:20

Science- Discuss facts on Metamorphic rocks and read pgs. C12 and C14

Assignment- Do ws. 120, 121, and 122

 

Week 10

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/23/17 - 10/27/17

Day 2

Tuesday 10/24/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Author’s Purpose

Review author’s purpose and do a ws. or an activity

 

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: Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 2-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Watch the TurtleHead Method video (4:31) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hcKERTnNi0 Model how to work out 2-digit problems with the Turtle method while students use whiteboards.

Assignment: 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication pg. 1 #1-12 (Vertical)

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

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, discuss paragraphs and use ws. 22 as a guide, then do the top part of ws. 23 together, and they can finish the bottom part independently.

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- Color and cut the rock cycle ws. and glue it onto a paper plate.

 

Week 10

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                       10/23/17 - 10/27/17

Day 3

Wednesday 10/25/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Problem and Solution

Do a mini lesson on problem and solution using the OER or Mrs. Warner’s website.

Assignment- Do the graphic organizer

 

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: Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 2-digit whole numbers.  

Lesson: Watch Lattice Multiplication (2:56) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3T_NhFlpB0&t=9s Model how to use lattice to solve 2-digit multiplication. Use the lattice graphic organizer on the SmartBoard to model how to use the lattice method.

Assignment: Lattice Method for Multiplication (#1-4)

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

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, review from Tuesday and then students will do ws. 24 and 25 (model the top part)

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- On IXL or Scootpad work on quotation marks

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 10

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                    10/23/17 - 10/27/17

Day 4

Thursday 10/26/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Do a ws. over problem and solution

 

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: Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 2-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Watch Animaniacs Multiplication Song Video (1:35) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v37qcLuIONg Model how to solve a 2-digit multiplication problem using the standard method.

Assignment: 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication pg. 3 #1-12 (Vertical)

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

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, students will write about birds and bats on ws. 35 and do the Monkey Snack ws. 41

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 and then do the ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Using the explorer’s packet and read the “Northwest Passage” and fill out the answers together.

 

Week 10

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                       10/23/17 - 10/27/17

Day 5

Friday 10/27/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Assessment over author’s purpose, problem,  and solution

 

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: Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 2-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Review each method learned throughout the week. Leave examples on the board for students to refer to while completing their assignment.

Assignment: 2-digit by 2-digit worksheet pg. 5 #1-12(Students choose the method they prefer to use.) Show their work!

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Grammar test

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, students will pick one of the writings from Thursday and publish it. If you have time have students share.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Make 4 copies of each explorer and the mini maps for students to complete.

Pass out States and capitals flashcards

 

 

 

Week 9

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/16/17 - 10/18/17

Day 1

Monday 10/16/17            No school on Thursday and Friday

 

ELA- Nonfiction Social Studies

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will take a States and capitals test over the NE, then label a SE region map, and pass out SE region flashcards.

 

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.1.3 Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 1-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Standard Algorithm- Topic 6-3

Assignment: Reteaching 6-3 (Whole Group) Practice 6-3 #1-11 (students must use copy paper/notebook paper to show their work)

Extra Practice: IXL 4th grade Math D.5

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Review contractions, possessive nouns, and quotation marks and then students will take an assessment.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, ask students “What is a main idea?” On the overhead do pg. 5 and 6 together and then have students do pgs. 7 and 8 with a partner.

Assignment- Students will do writing page 9 by themselves.

2:05-2:20

Word Study-  Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary

 

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

Science- Discuss facts about Igneous Rocks and then read page C9

Assignment- Do ws. 119 # 8-11

 


 

 

Week 9

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/16/17 - 10/18/17

Day 2

Tuesday 10/17/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the SS book read “ Geography of the SE” pg. 176-181

Assignment- Do ws. 51 and a map ws.

 

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.1.3 Students will be able to multiply 3-digit by 1-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Review expanded algorithm and standard algorithm; Topic 6-4 (This lesson incorporates 4-digit also- OAS is up to 3-digit)

Assignment: 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication wkst.

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math D.6 (Also includes 4-digit numbers)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Do a ws. or an activity over contractions, possessive nouns, or quotation marks.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book, discuss with students what a topic sentence is and then practice on the overhead with ws. 12. Put students into groups and they have to come up with topic sentences using the details that are provided using ws. 11.

Assignment- Students will do ws. 13 by themselves.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Assessment on contractions, possessive nouns, or quotation marks.

 

Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Antonym of Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling- Finish the Spelling Contract

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

2:40-3:20

Science- Introduce and discuss facts about Sedimentary Rocks and then read pgs. C10-C11

Assignment- Do ws. 120

 

 

 

Week 9

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                     10/16/17 - 10/18/17

Day 3

Wednesday 10/18/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the SS book read “Early History of the SE” pages 184-190 and then watch a video over the SE or Native Americans

 

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.1.3 Students will be able to multiply 3-digit by 1-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Review 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication

Assignment: The Invisible Man Goes to the Doctor Multiplication Riddle

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar) - Read I Need my Monster and then students will glue sentence strips into their composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Using the Paragraph Writing Book ask students, “What are supporting details?” Do pg. 15 together on the overhead

Assignment-Students will work on pg. 16 and 17 by themselves.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Vocabulary) - Students will make flashcards and study them.

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 8

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/09/17 - 10/13/17

Day 1

Monday 10/09/17            

 

ELA- Stellaluna

Skills- Theme, context clues, and compare and contrast

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Theme

Do a mini lesson on theme and go back over the theme handout, use the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website.

Reread Stellaluna and fill out the graphic organizer

 

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: Pretest over Multiplication, Division, and Estimation (4.N.1.2; 4.N.1.4; 4.N.1.3; 4.N.1.6; 4.N.1.1; 4.N.1.5)

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

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal: “The three things I will Achieve this Year  ...” students will glue in their AR folder.

 

Skill- Sequencing

Read A Monster in my Closet and do the prewrite together. Look at examples on the computer and discuss the writing style and good sentences.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Do a mini lesson on contractions and watch a video. Students will put the definition and examples in their 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- Sort Activity

Students will get into groups and sort beans into different categories. Talk about the different characteristics and how scientist do this all the time. Make sure students fill in the ws. that goes along with this activity.

Introduce the layers of the Earth on pg. C58 in the science book

Assignment- Do the layers of the Earth booklet

 

Week 8

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         10/09/17 - 10/13/17

Day 2

Tuesday 10/10/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Compare and contrast

Review tone and do a mini lesson on compare and contrast using the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website.

Assignment- Use the graphic organizer to compare and contrast Stellaluna to the birds in 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.N.1.1 The student will be able to demonstrate fluency with multiplication facts through 12x12.

Lesson: Basic Multiplication Fact Review- Multiplication Mash Up (7:26) Show video to class. Create a multiplication table for the math folder as you discuss multiples. (We will use these later when we identify prime/composite numbers)

Assignment: Multiplication Wheel worksheet and IXL D.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:” My Greatest Strengths…”, students will glue in their AR folder.

 

Students will start the rough draft and focus on sequencing and transition words. They need to use their writing notebooks for help. Go over the self-reflecting rubric that goes with the story. (Use yellow note pads and remember to skip lines.)

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- Watch a video on Discovery Education about the types of rocks, then read “How do you Interpret Clues in Rocks” on pg. C6-C8

Assignment- Do ws. 119 #1-7

 

Week 8

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        10/09/17 - 10/13/17

Day 3

Wednesday 10/11/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Context Clues

Do a mini lesson on context clues using the OER and Mrs. Warner’s website. Reread the pages in Stellaluna that have the following words and have the students use the graphic organizer to write what they think the word means and then use the dictionary to write the meaning of each word. 1. Crooned page 1    2. Sultry page 1

3.clambered page 7

 

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: FTG.4.N.c and 4.N.1.4- The student will be able to use their knowledge of rounding rules to round whole number in order to estimate products of 3-digits by 1-digit and 2-digits by 2-digits and determine reasonableness.

Vocabulary: Product, Rounding, Estimation

Lesson: Discuss how we might use rounding to find an estimated product. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYfegzp6iB8 (3:39) and play Estimate Products Using Rounding - online game as a class to model how to estimate a product by rounding whole numbers.

Assignment: Topic 7 Lesson 3 (Reteaching- Whole Group; Practice #1-12 Independent Practice)

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math D.12

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- “Three things I will Achieve this year  ...” students will glue in their AR folders.

 

Students will continue to write their rough draft and need to use the self-reflected draft.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Review contractions and have students go back in their composition book and review possessive nouns.

Assignment: Do ws. or activity

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day

 

Week 8

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                      10/09/17 - 10/13/17

Day 4

Thursday 10/12/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Watch Stellaluna and compare the book to the movie.

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.1.2 Students will be able to use an understanding of place value to multiply a double-digit whole number by 10, 100, and 1,000.

Lesson: Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IGF5QNcrrQ (3:33) and model how to multiply by 10, 100, and 1,000.

Assignment: Powers of 10 Practice Page and IXL 3rd Grade Math H.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.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will revise and edit using different colors for each process and remind them to use boot camp strategies.

Conference with students

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 and then do the ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Skill: States and capitals test

Watch a video over Explorers

 

Week 8

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                        10/09/17 - 10/13/17

Day 5

Friday 10/13/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Assessment over theme, context clues, and compare and contrast

 

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.1.3 Students will be able to multiply 2-digit by 1-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Expanded Algorithm (Partial Product) Concept: Review the place values (especially ones, tens, and hundreds) Topic 6-2

Assignment: Reteaching 6-2 (Whole Group) and Practice 6-2 #1-10

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math D.5

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Mini lesson on quotation marks use OER or Mrs. Warner’s website

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Students will publish their stories on the monster paper.

Share during Halloween week.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Students will copy each route of the explorers on the world map.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences:

*Go over progress reports, AR reports, & STAR test

*Sample papers

*Practice introducing parents and teachers

*Write Goals and practice speaking with partners

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar)- Do an activity on verb tenses

 

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

Science- Make an edible plant cell and use page A8 in the science textbook.

 

 

Week 5

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/18/17 - 9/22/17

Day 2

Tuesday 9/19/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Graphic features

Review graphic features and introduce vocabulary

Read “What does a Plant Need?” pgs. A70-A76

Assignment- ws. 45 and 46

 

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: Decimal and Fraction Test (4.N.2.1, 4.N.2.2, 4.N.2.5, 4.N.2.6, 4.N.2.7, 4.N.2.8)

Assignment: Topic 13 Test

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Verb Tense activity

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop-

Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences:

*Go over progress reports, AR reports, & STAR test

*Sample papers

*Practice introducing parents and teachers

*Write Goals and practice speaking with partners

2:05-2:20

Word Study -Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Antonym 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

Science- Read “How does a Seed Grow” pgs. A82 and A83


 

Week 5

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/18/17 - 9/22/17

Day 3

Wednesday 9/20/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Review and take test over plants

Then students will get with a partner and make an ecosystem poster with text features. Pg. A96 in science book

 

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.1.5 Solve multi-step real-world and mathematical problems requiring the use of addition, subtraction, and multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Topic 4 Lesson 3 (Adding Whole Numbers) (Review vocabulary: whole numbers, digit, place value, sum, regroup, in all)

Assignment: Adding three digit numbers

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math B.1 & B.5

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess (Lunch and Recess Duty)

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)-Verb tense ws.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences:

*Go over progress reports, AR reports, & STAR test

*Sample papers

*Practice introducing parents and teachers

*Write Goals and practice speaking with partners

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Spelling test (optional)

Continue working on poster

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day


 

Week 5

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/18/17 - 9/22/17

Day 4

Thursday 9/21/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the Literature Anthology Book read “Energy in the Ecosystems” page 148-151

Finish Poster

 

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.1.5 Solve multi-step real-world and mathematical problems requiring the use of addition, subtraction, and multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Topic 4 Lesson 4 (Subtracting Whole Numbers) Review vocabulary: subtract, take away, decrease, inverse operation

Assignment: Subtraction wkst.

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math C.1

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Take a verb tense test

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences:

*Go over progress reports, AR reports, & STAR test

*Sample papers

*Practice introducing parents and teachers

*Write Goals and practice speaking with partners

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Homophone of the Week

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Write the vocabulary words down and then use the dictionary and write the guide words for each word.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Northeast Region

Skill: Cause and Effect

Read pgs. 102-103

Use the OER and do ws.




 

Week 5

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/18/17 - 9/22/17

Day 5

Friday 9/22/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- In the Literature Anthology book read “The Buffalo are Back” page 131

 

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.1.5 Solve multi-step real-world and mathematical problems requiring the use of addition, subtraction, and multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers.

Lesson: Topic 4 Lesson 5 (Subtracting Across Zeros)

Assignment: Subtracting Across Zeros wkst.

Extra Practice: IXL 4th Grade Math C.1

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences- Have students make predictions and write them down and save for next week, then read If you Find a Rock.

Have students glue sentence strips in their composition book.

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal

 

Get ready for parent conferences:

*Go over progress reports, AR reports, & STAR test

*Sample papers

*Practice introducing parents and teachers

*Write Goals and practice speaking with partners

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Extra PE 2:00- 2:30

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Make flashcards to study and keep in their zipper pouch

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Read pages 110-114 “Geography of the Northeast”

Assignment:On page 114 number 6 the cause and effect question, label a NE map, and do ws. 31

Study flash cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Summarizing, Character traits, and feelings

Review character traits and feelings and do a mini lesson on summarizing and use Mrs. Warner’s website and the OER.

Reread The Raft and discuss the story

Have students pick a theme from the handout

 

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.2.7 Compare and order decimals and whole numbers using place value, a number line and models such as grids and base 10 blocks.

 

Lesson: Topic 13-5 Pages 338-340

Study Jams- Place Decimal on a Number Line

Digital Lesson 13-5

Assignments: Decimals on a Number line ws. (tenths/hundredths)  (evens with teacher; odds independent practice)

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?”

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal: Write about a special time with a grandparent.

 

Bootcamp Writing Day 10- Review the writing process

Students will make a soldier and publish their riddles on the Secret Sergeant paper. Staple each soldier and writing paper to a 12x18 green construction paper.

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Do a mini lesson on vivid verbs and watch a video. Students will put the definition and examples in their 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- Review glossary in the science book and have students write the definitions of the vocabulary words pg. B64

Read pg. B66-B72

Assignment- Do ws. 105 and 106

Pass out study guide




 

Week 4

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/11/17 - 9/15/17

Day 2

Tuesday 9/12/17            

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Summary

Review Summary and using the OER show the hand organizer on the overhead.

Assignment- Students will do the hand organizer

 

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.

 

Students will find vivid verbs while they are reading independently and write them on a class chart for the week.

11:00-11:15

Computers-ScootPad, IXL, or XtraMath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.1 Represent and rename equivalent fractions using fraction models (e.g. parts of a set, area models, fraction strips, and number lines).

Lesson: Math Antics Fractions are Parts (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA9XLJpQp3c&list=PL9B04FD26ADF88EBA&index=1) and/or Study Jams video—Fractions—use to review the basics of fractions & vocabulary (http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/fractions/fractions.htm)

Assignment: Colorful Fraction Circles

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. (skip lines)

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal: “I get excited when …”(prompt from the boot camp writing)

 

Bootcamp Writing Day 11- Review the writing process

Pass out sticky notes and have students write what they think is important in a journal. Then as a class decide what should be added to chart paper. Model and discuss the journal prompt from above.

2:05-2:20

Word Study -Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Antonym of Week

2:20-2:40

Spelling-  Introduce the Spelling Contract

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

2:40-3:20

Science- Review and take the test over Animals





 

Week 4

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/11/17 - 9/15/17

Day 3

Wednesday 9/13/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Summary, Genre, and text features

In the Readers and Writing Book (small) review skills on page 140 and 142

Read “Animal Adaptations” pg. 136

Assignment- Do ws. 86

 

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.

 

Students will find vivid verbs while they are reading independently and write them on a class chart for the week.

11:00-11:15

Computers-ScootPad, IXL, or XtraMath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.2 Use benchmark fractions to locate additional fractions on a number line. Use models to order and compare whole numbers and fractions less than and greater than one using comparative language and symbols.

Lesson: Watch the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5C5PdZ_Yys&t=7s ); Fractions on a Number line; fill in “Equivalent Fraction number line” together, modeling how to determine the denominator using the equal parts.

Assignment: Fraction Master (Do not cut and paste, student will write the fraction on the number line, and cross out used answers, complete a couple with students)

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: Have students underline vivid verbs in their journal

 

Bootcamp Writing Day 12- Review writing process

Add tips to the chart from yesterday using the stars and then do the journal writing paper.

Have students do the journal prompt “This summer I  ...”

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Review verbs and do ws.

 

Prefix/ Suffix of Week

2:20

Early out Day


 

Week 4

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/11/17 - 9/15/17

Day 4

Thursday 9/14/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Students will get in groups of 3 to 4 and make rafts on big paper. Students will draw what they think they would see on a raft.

 

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.

 

Students will find vivid verbs while they are reading independently and write them on a class chart for the week.

11:00-11:15

Computers- ScootPad, IXL, or XtraMath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.N.2.8 Compare benchmark fractions and decimals in real-world and mathematical situations.

Lesson: Math Antics- Comparing Fractions; Model how to determine greater than or less than with fractions (like and unlike denominators) practice using whiteboards

Assignment: Comparing Fractions

IXL: Math P.11 & P.12

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: have students include vivid verbs  in their journal and highlight them

 

Bootcamp Writing Day 13 - Review writing process

Discuss how to rate journals and pass out rate my writing rubric

Then show examples on the overhead and we will rate them together.

Students will do the journal “Our classroom is  ...” and then they will rate them. They will glue their journal and the rating paper in their AR folder.

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 and then do the ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- Skill: Main idea and details

In the SS book go over page 6 and read page 7

Assignment: Do ws.

 

Week 4

WEEKLY LESSON PLANS                         9/11/17 - 9/15/17

Day 5

Friday 9/15/17                 

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Compare text

Read Grandma Summer

Students will compare the grandma’s or the boy’s in The Raft and Grandma Summer using a graphic organizer.

 

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.

 

Students will find vivid verbs while they are reading independently and write them on a class chart for the week.

11:00-11:15

Computers- ScootPad, IXL, or XtraMath

11:15-11:55

Math: 4.2.N.5 Represent tenths and hundredths with concrete models, making connections between fractions and decimals.

Lesson: 13-4 Fractions and Decimals;

Assignment: 13-4 Reteaching & Practice  (Whole Group)

Decimals & Fractions Ws. (Independent Practice)

11:55-1:00

Lunch and Recess

1:00-1:15

Read aloud

1:15-1:30

Mentor Sentences (Grammar)- Assessment over vivid verbs

1:30-2:05

Writer’s Workshop- Journal: “A good teacher  ...” glue and put in AR folder. (from boot camp writing)

 

Boot camp Writing Day 14 - Review the writing process

Pass out check your writing cards and go over them together.

Then go over the hurtful and helping cards and have students glue the tip hands in their AR Folder.

2:05-2:20

Word Study- Finish the Lexicon

Students will use the dictionary.

 

Tidy Friday

2:20-2:40

Vocabulary- Do ws.

2:40-3:20

Social Studies- In the SS book read “United States Government” pgs. 50-55

Discuss the Constitution and the Three Branches of Government and watch a video and do ws.

 

Start individual maps over the  NE Region