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Week 24 - Black History Month

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Mrs. Carlson’s Lesson Plans

February 5th – February 9th, 2018

Theme: Black History Month

** Plans are subject to change based on difficulty and schedule changes throughout the week. **

                                                                                                                                                  

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:45-9:00

Bell Work

Morning Meeting

*Parts of a calendar, weather, seasons, months, temperature, money, counting patterns, time, odd/even.

*Review of skills taught

RWSW

8:45-9:00

Bell Work

Morning Meeting

*Parts of a calendar, weather, seasons, months, temperature, money, counting patterns, time, odd/even.

*Review of skills taught

RWSW

8:45-9:00

Bell Work

Morning Meeting

*Parts of a calendar, weather, seasons, months, temperature, money, counting patterns, counting patterns, time, odd/even.

*Review of skills taught

RWSR

8:45-9:00

Bell Work

Morning Meeting

*Parts of a calendar, weather, seasons, months, temperature, money, counting patterns, counting patterns, time, odd/even.

*Review of skills taught

RWSR

8:45-9:00

Bell Work

Morning Meeting

*Parts of a calendar, weather, seasons, months, temperature, money, counting patterns, counting patterns, time, odd/even.

*Review of skills taught

RWSR

9:00-9:10

Review Morning Work

9:00-9:10

Review Morning Work

9:00-9:10

Review Morning Work

9:00-9:10

Review Morning Work

9:00-9:10

Review Morning Work

 

9:15-10:30

Centers

TSW rotate through 5 centers with roughly 15 min. at each center.

1. Guided Reading

2. Independent Reading/AR/Library

3.  Spelling (Make and Write 1-10)

4a. Listening Center – Choice Board - TSW scan a QR code and listen to the story.

  • Freedom Box
  • The Story of Ruby Bridges
  • We March
  • Back of the Bus
  • Freedom on the Menu
  • Sit-In
  • Child of the Civil Rights Movement

4b. DWN – Rosa Parks

(Penmanship)

5a. George Washington Carver Sentences – TSW correct the sentences.

5b. Research Center – TSW choose a famous African American to research.

  • Jesse Owens
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Garrett Morgan
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Ruby Bridges
  • Rosa Parks
  • Jackie Robinson
  • George Washington Carver
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Bessie Coleman

9:15-10:30

Centers

TSW rotate through 5 centers with roughly 15 min. at each center.

1. Guided Reading

2. Independent Reading/AR/Library

3.  Spelling (Make and write 11-20)

4a. Listening Center – Choice Board - TSW scan a QR code and listen to the story.

  • Freedom Box
  • The Story of Ruby Bridges
  • We March
  • Back of the Bus
  • Freedom on the Menu
  • Sit-In
  • Child of the Civil Rights Movement

4b. DWN – Rosa Parks

(Penmanship)

5a. George Washington Carver Sentences – TSW correct the sentences.

5b. Research Center – TSW choose a famous African American to research.

  • Jesse Owens
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Garrett Morgan
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Ruby Bridges
  • Rosa Parks
  • Jackie Robinson
  • George Washington Carver
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Bessie Coleman

9:15-10:45

Centers

TSW rotate through 5 centers with roughly 15 min. at each center.

1. Guided Reading

2. Independent Reading/AR/Library

3.  Spelling (Word sort)

4a. Listening Center – Choice Board - TSW scan a QR code and listen to the story.

  • Freedom Box
  • The Story of Ruby Bridges
  • We March
  • Back of the Bus
  • Freedom on the Menu
  • Sit-In
  • Child of the Civil Rights Movement

4b. Math Center – ordering #’s.

5a. Scan-Watch-Respond: Rosa Parks

5b. Research Center – TSW choose a famous African American to research.

  • Jesse Owens
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Garrett Morgan
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Ruby Bridges
  • Rosa Parks
  • Jackie Robinson
  • George Washington Carver
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Bessie Coleman

             9:15-10:30

Centers

TSW rotate through 5 centers with roughly 15 min. at each center.

1. Guided Reading

2. Independent Reading/AR/Library

3.  Spelling (Teacher’s Choice)

4a. Listening Center – Choice Board - TSW scan a QR code and listen to the story.

  • Freedom Box
  • The Story of Ruby Bridges
  • We March
  • Back of the Bus
  • Freedom on the Menu
  • Sit-In
  • Child of the Civil Rights Movement

4b. Math Center – ordering #’s.

5a. Scan-Watch-Respond: Rosa Parks

5b. Research Center – TSW choose a famous African American to research.

  • Jesse Owens
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Garrett Morgan
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Ruby Bridges
  • Rosa Parks
  • Jackie Robinson
  • George Washington Carver
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Bessie Coleman

9:10-10:30

Math

11-4

Adding 3 Digit Numbers

 

Standards: 2.NBT.9, 2.NBT.7

 

10:30-11:30

Math

Topic 10-6/7

Skip Counting by 5, 10, 100, 1000/ Comparing Numbers

 

 

Standards: 2.NBT.2

10:30-11:30

Math

10-8/9

Ordering Numbers/Looking for a Pattern

 

Standards: 2.NBT.1.2, 2.NBT.4

10:30-11:30

Math

Topic 10 Review/Test

10:30-11:30

Math

Topic 11-3

Models for adding 3 digit numbers.

 

 

Standards: 2.NBT.9, 2.NBT.7

10:30-11

 

Extra PE

 

11-11:30

WOD Test

Math Facts Test

 

11:30-12:00

Lunch

11:30-12:00

Lunch

 

11:30-12:00

Lunch

11:30-12:00

Lunch

11:30-12:00

Lunch

12-12:20

Recess

12-12:20

Recess

 

12-12:20

Recess

12-12:20

Recess

12-12:20

Recess

12:20-12:30

Line up for Specials

12:20-12:30

Line up for Specials

12:20-12:30

Line up for Specials

12:20-12:30

Line up for Specials

12:20-12:30

Line up for Specials

12:30-1:20

Specials

 

My class is split for specials.

12:30-1:20

Specials

 

My class is split for specials.

 

12:30-1:15

Specials

 

My class is split for specials.

12:30-1:20

Specials

 

My class is split for specials.

12:30-1:20

Specials

 

My class is split for specials.

1:30-2

SSR/AR

Obj: TSW read regularly in instructional-level text that is challenging yet manageable

 

RR TECH

1:30-2

SSR/AR

Obj: TSW read regularly in instructional-level text that is challenging yet manageable

 

RR TECH

1:15-2

SSR/AR

Obj: TSW read regularly in instructional-level text that is challenging yet manageable

 

RR TECH

1:30-2

SSR/AR

Obj: TSW read regularly in instructional-level text that is challenging yet manageable

 

RR TECH

 

1:30-2

SSR/AR

Obj: TSW read regularly in instructional-level text that is challenging yet manageable

 

RR TECH

 

2-2:30

Social Studies

 

Compare/Contrast Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks

 

Read and sort.

 

 

 

 

 

Word of the Day

Obj: TSW: learn sound symbol relationships to apply to decode and write words

 

2-2:15

Word Work

 

Phonics: Turtle Rule

 

Word of the Day

Obj: TSW: learn sound symbol relationships to apply to decode and write words

 

 

2-2:10

Read Aloud

“Black History Month”

(Poetry)

Obj: TSW Observe the teacher modeling fluency, comprehension and reading strategies

*connections and making predictions SWR

 

2-2:15

Word Work

 

Phonics: Turtle Rule

 

Word of the Day

Obj: TSW: learn sound symbol relationships to apply to decode and write words

 

 

2 -2:45

Social Studies

 

Scholastic News

“Ruby Parks”

 

TSW read the issue (whole group) and then complete comprehension questions.

 

 

2:10-2:15

Quick Work

SS/Science/Math/LA

review

2:30-3

Writer’s Workshop

The Perfect Pet

 

Brainstorm and write opinions.

 

Obj: TSW: demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing in a variety of different modes and forms to write coherently.

2:15-3

Writer’s Workshop

 The Perfect Pet

rough draft

 

Obj: TSW: demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing in a variety of different modes and forms to write coherently.

2:15-2:30

 

EARLY OUT

 

 

 

 

2:15-3

Writer’s Workshop

The Perfect Pet

rough draft/editing

 

Obj: TSW: demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing in a variety of different modes and forms to write coherently.

 

2:45-3

Social Studies

 

Underground Railroad: Hero’s Classics

 

 

3-3:10

Quick Work

 

SS/Science/Math/LA

review

3-3:10

Quick Work

 

SS/Science/Math/LA

review

3-3:10

Quick Work

 

SS/Science/Math/LA

review

3-3:10

Let’s Get to Know…

3:15

Get Ready to Go Home

3:15

Get Ready to Go Home

3:15

Get Ready to Go Home

3:15

Get Ready to Go Home

3:25-Dismiss Early Busses & IE

3:30 Dismiss Bus & Car riders

3:25-Dismiss Early Busses & IE

3:30 Dismiss Bus & Car riders

3:25-Dismiss Early Busses & IE

3:30 Dismiss Bus & Car riders

3:25-Dismiss Early Busses & IE

3:30 Dismiss Bus & Car riders