Week 3 8/26-8/30/19

TeacherAmie Dalton
Subject AreaReading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Grammar, Writing
Grade LevelFirst Grade
Week #3
Unit of InstructionUnit 1
Standard(s) Taught
Learning Targets and Learning Criteria
Classroom Activities
Assignments Due
Additional Resources

Week   – Date 8/26-8/30/19

 

Day

Reading Standards

& Objectives

8:50 – 9:20

SIPPS / Whole Group Reading

9:20 – 9:50

Small Group Reading Centers

Monday

LAFS.1.RL.1.1- Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

 

 

LAFS.1.RL.2.4 Identify words and phrases in stories or poems that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses.

 

LAFS.1.RI.2.5- Know and use various text features (e.g., headings, tables of contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text.

 

LAFS.1.RI.3.9- Identify basic similarities in and differences between two texts on the same topic (e.g., in illustrations, descriptions, or procedures).

 

Phonological Awareness

Alliteration

Clap if you hear the i (short i) sound at the beginning of a word

Itch, igloo, sweep, into, run, maps, eat, if

Phonics-short i

-intro sound

-phonics practice activity

Spelling

-intro spelling words: pin, win, hit, sit, kiss, miss , down, out

HFW

-intro HFW: down, out, up, very

Comprehension:

Hook:

https://safeYouTube.net/w/iGIq (Hello Around the World Song)

Vocab

-read A Surprise in the city

-stop to discuss vocab word (definition, use in sentence, synonyms)

City-a large town

Building-a big place where many families live

Surprise-something unexpected

Formative: vocab 4 square (do together)

Teacher Table

Technology

Word Work Practice

Sight Word Practice

Writing Table

Reading Book Nook

Tuesday

 Phonological Awareness

Phoneme Categorization

Which word doesn’t fit with the others?

1. slip, sling, ball

2. fly, skip, flag

3. sing, blue, blimp

Phonics-Short i

Double final consonant

-write words on board, code each letter as C or V, sound and read each word, have students circle double consonant: fill, miss, pill, hill, till, kiss

Spelling

Word sort

-write a, in it iss on board, have students sort words

HFW

-read, spell and punch, read word

(punch up for tall letter, middle for little letter, down for hanging letter)

hanging letter)

Comprehension:

Rapid Robin: things you could see in the city

-read A Surprise in the City answering who, what, where, when, how questions throughout

 

Formative: Complete questioning sheet together

 

 

Wednesday

Phonological Awareness

Phoneme Blending

Say the word, say/count the sounds, tell how many sounds you heard: sip, lip, map, pin, Jim, pat

Phonics-Short i

Spelling

-spelling dictation

-call out word, have students write it on whiteboard, go over spelling: pin, win, hit

HFW

-read, arm spell, read (remind me to show y’all this cool strategy!!)

Comprehension:

Think/Pair/Share: who, what, where, when, how of the story

-read A Surprise in the City feelings/sense words

Make anchor chart with example of feeling words form the story

Thursday

Phonological Awareness

Phoneme Isolation

Say the word, sound the word, tell the beginning sound: mitts, tip, mad, fins, has, mix, pan, rib

Phonics-Short i

-write word on board, read, change letter, build new word, read (lip to lit, lit to pit, pit to pat, pat to mat)

Spelling

-spelling dictation

-call out word, have students write it on whiteboard, go over spelling: miss, kiss, sit

HFW:  read, “paint”/spell, read

Comprehension:

Rapid Robin: feeling/sense words

-read A Surprise in the City pointing out text features (bold words, pictures)

-after reading have students point to different text features in the book

Friday

 Spelling/HFW Assessment

 

Comprehension:

Think Pair Share: tell about what is like for other children around the world

-read Pip pg. 27

-discuss what is the same or different about the place Pip and Zoe (from the other story) visit

 

Formative: complete Venn Diagram comparing places from the stories

         

 

Math Standards & Objectives

9:50 – 10:15

Whole Group Math

10:15 – 11:30, 11:00-11:15

Math Centers

10:30 – 11:00

 

. Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

Hook: Presentation Slides 9-11

WG: Model and discuss how to add in any order. Model how you can add in any order to get the same sum Use counters if needed.

-Math Centers

Formative: Ch.3 L.8 Add in Any Order

Pgs. 255-258

 

 

 

M: Math Facts

Review and practice addition and subtraction facts within 20 for fluency.

 

 

A: At Seat

Using Math manipulatives to create math story addition and subtraction problems.

*Reading Math Books*

 

T: Teacher Table

Correct number formation using a 100s chart.

 

 

H: Hands On (games)

Math Puzzles

 

 

 

 

 

LUNCH

 Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

WG: write down addition sentences on the board with sums less or equal to 10. Model making another addition sentence to get the same sum. Use white boards for practice.

-Math Centers

Formative: Commutative Worksheet  (Property of Addition)

 

 Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

Hook: give each student a note card with an addition sentence. Have students go find another person who has the same addition sentence with parts switched around.

WG: use white boards for practicing making addition sentences

Formative: Add in Any Order #1 Wksht. (Making in any order)

Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

Hook: Quiz-Quiz-Trade; show a notecard with a problem. Have partner tell the other addition sentence to match with same sum.

WG: continue modeling how to add in any order by switching parts to get sum.

-Math Centers

Formative: Add in Any Order #2 wksht.

Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

Hook: Quiz-Quiz-Trade; show a notecard with a problem. Have partner tell the other addition sentence to match with same sum.

WG: continue modeling how to add in any order by switching parts to get sum.

-Math Centers

Formative: Add in Any Order #2 wksht.

 

Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

Hook: Quiz-Quiz-Trade; show a notecard with a problem. Have partner tell the other addition sentence to match with same sum.

WG: continue modeling how to add in any order by switching parts to get sum.

-Math Centers

Formative: Add in Any Order #2 wksht.  (2nd page vertical)

 

 Topic: Fluently Add and Subtract w/in 10

Focus: Add in Any Order

WG: continue modeling how to add in any order by switching parts to get sum.

-Math Centers

Formative: Gone Fishing Worksheet

 

 

11:15 – 11:50

Science / Social Studies

11:50 – 1:15

ARTS

1:30 –
1:45

1:15 – 2:15

Language Arts / Writing

2:15 – 2:50

RTI / Learning Labs

2:50 – 3:00

https://safeyoutube.net/w/735

Students will define laws and why they are important.

Lead students in going through laws on an anchor chart. Discuss why the law was made. Talk about how laws are different than rules.

 

Students will complete the Laws and rules sheet.

 

Restroom Break & Oral Language Activities / SNACK

Grammar: 

Word building using sight words. Focus on beginning sentence with a capitol letter, proper spacing and correct punctuation. (SW –in)

Writing:

Prewrite: Use circle map to come up with ideas from Alicia’s Happy Day!  Be specific on what made her happy.

Students will complete their circle maps as you chart ideas on a large anchor chart circle map.

 LAFS.1.L.1.2; LAFS.1.W.1.2

 

Wrap-Up Activities / Clean Up, Pack Up, Go to Parent Pick-Up

 

https://safeyoutube.net/w/735

Students will define laws and why they are important.

Lead students in going through laws on an anchor chart. Discuss why the law was made. Talk about how laws are different than rules.

 

Students will complete the Laws and rules sheet.

 

Grammar: 

Word building using sight words. Focus on beginning sentence with a capitol letter, proper spacing and correct punctuation. (SW-put)

Writing:

First Draft: Students will use info from circle map to write an informative piece about Alicia’s Happy Day. Choose 3-5 ideas to use in formulating sentences.

LAFS.1.L.1.2; LAFS.1.W.1.2

 

Review Rules and Laws and discuss the differences. Think, pair, ad share with a partner.

Read Laws for Kids                     Formative:

What are laws and why are they important? Write a short response.

 

 

Grammar:

Word building using sight words. Focus on beginning sentence with a capitol letter, proper spacing and correct punctuation. (SW-this)

Writing:

Cold write Wednesday!  Students can write about one of their happy days.

LAFS.1.L.1.2; LAFS.1.W.1.2

 

 

Review Rules and Laws and discuss the differences. Think, pair, ad share with a partner.

Read Laws for Kids                     Formative:

What are laws and why are they important? Write a short response.

 

Grammar:

Word building using sight words. Focus on beginning sentence with a capitol letter, proper spacing and correct punctuation. (SW-she)

Writing: Revise and edit writing from Tuesday for a final draft.  Show students how to go back and reread sentences looking for Capitalization, proper spacing and punctuation.

LAFS.1.L.1.2; LAFS.1.W.1.2

 

Review Rules and Laws and discuss the differences. Think, pair, ad share with a partner.

Read Laws for Kids                     Formative:

What are laws and why are they important? Write a short response.