|Subject Area||ELA/Social Studies|
|Week #||Q1W7&8- September 23 -October 4|
|Unit of Instruction||ELA: Relationships in Scientific, Technical, and Historical Texts SOCIAL STUDIES: Native Americans|
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Identify relationships between two or more events or ideas, or concepts in scientific or technical text.
Explain relationships between two or more events, ideas or concepts in scientific or technical text.
Draw evidence from informational text to support analysis and reflection.
Use context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Acquire and use academic and domain-specific words and phrases.
Native American Unit packets ( Eastern Woodland and Southeast regions/tribes)
Map of the western region of the USA
I – Ready
grammar notebooks (run-on sentences)
Greek and Latin roots vocabulary review of lessons 1-5 (9/23-9/27)
Greek and Latin roots vocabulary lesson 7 (9/30-10/04) -port, com-. con-, co-
(export import portable teleport transport complement compatible converge conspire coordinate)
9/27 – Greek and Latin roots summative of weeks 1-5
Native American formative on Eastern Woodland and Southeastern regions graphic organizers
Essay Outline (sloppy copy) for “Accidental Inventions”
formative on the Western region of USA
10/4 Greek and Latin roots lesson 7 formative
Native American formative Northwest region/tribes
USA formative on Midwest and western regions
- Q1W3 – September 14-18
- Q1W4 – Sept 21-25
- Q1W8 Oct. 19
- Q1W9 October 26
- Q2 W8 -Jan.11-15
- Q2W1 Nov.2-6
- Q2W3 – Nov 16-20
- Q2W5 Dec 7-11
- Q2W6 – Dec 14-18
- Q2W7 Jan5-8
- Q2W9 -Jan19-22
- Q3W2 – Feb1-5
- Q3W3 2/8-2/12
- Q3W4 Feb.16-19
- Q3W6 – March 1-5
- Q3W7 March 8-12
- Q4W2 April 5-9
- Q4W3 – April 12-16