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Mrs. Cook’s Lesson Plans

Week 20

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

Day 1

Monday 1/22/18            

Cycle 6

ELA- Groundhog Gets a Say

Skills- Text features, Main idea, and Supporting Details

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Text features

Review and look back in composition book

Reread Groundhog Gets a Say

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 Fractions (Topic 11 and Topic 12)

Test Review on Scootpad (Fraction Test Review)

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

Paragraph of the week- If Dinosaurs Lived

Discuss and Brainstorm

What would the world be like if dinosaurs were still alive?

2:05-2:20

Word Study (Grammar) - Do a mini lesson on relative pronouns and do the interactive activity from Jivey. Students will put it in their 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-  Watch a video on Discovery Education on earthquakes

Students need to write 5 things they learned from the video.

 

Week 20

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

Day 2

Tuesday 1/23/18           

8:40-8:50

Bell Work

8:50-9:00

Rise and Shine

9:00-9:43

Reader’s Workshop- Skill: Text Features

In their reading composition, students will list 4 text features from Groundhog Gets a Say.

 

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- Fractions Test (On Scootpad- Fractions Test-4th Grade)

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

Students will fill out the organizing paper- 5 Sentences

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- Read and discuss pages C54-C55  

 

Assignment- Ws. 149 do #1-3

(Teachers keep for next week.)

 

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