Week 4 – April 20-24

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Lesson6-Trouble-in-Texas_ARTICLE

Lesson 21

 

Texas timeline

TeacherBarbara Perdisatt
Subject AreaELA and SS
Grade Level5
Week #This week April 20-24
Unit of InstructionThis week April 20-24
Standard(s) Taught

Standards – 5.RL.3.7 – Analyze how visual elements contribute to the meaning, tone, or beauty of a text (e.g., graphic novel, multimedia presentation of fiction, folktale, myth, poem).
5.W.3.9a – Draw evidence from literary texts to support analysis and reflection.
5.SL.1.1d – Review key ideas expressed and draw conclusions.
5.L.3.6 – Acquire and use academic and domain-specific words and phrases.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Students will figure out how pictures add to the meaning, tone, or beauty of texts will help you better understand both the texts and the pictures.
Students will be able to explain what Manifest Destiny was and how it led to conflict in Texas.
Students will be able to describe what life was like on the Oregon Trail.

Classroom Activities

Weekly formative grades (one for ELA and one for Social Studies) will be taken from all daily work completed and submitted to the teacher either through email or digital platforms. The weekly formative grade will be based on the average of the daily assignments.

 

Monday – ELA – Complete 45 minutes of I-Ready. Log on through your V-Portal.
                 SS – Westward Expansion Packet Lesson 6 – Trouble in Texas . For today’s lesson you will need to download two things. One is an article to read called, “Trouble in Texas.”

.You will be reading more about why the United States would want to have the land in Texas and how Texas became a part of the United States. After you read the article, download and print the “Story of Texas Timeline” pages. Use the article to help you complete the different portions of the timeline. You can then add and assemble the timeline by gluing it into your packet. When it is dry you can simply fold it up into the packet. Don’t forget to do the Journal question and self – reflection on page 14.

Tuesday – ELA – Ready Reading Lesson 21 – pages 384-385. Please follow along with my video that will help you complete the workbook pages. If you do not have your book, download these printable pages for lesson 21 .  These are the workbook pages that are for the entire week,  including the pages for the formative “for Phaeton.”
                  SS – Go to Newsela(class code – KFSDGH) and read the article called “Why Texas Wanted Independence.” When you have finished reading please complete the quiz. It is not necessary to do the written response.

Wednesday – ELA – Ready Reading Lesson 21- pages 386-387. and 390. I have created a video for you to follow along with me. You may watch it here – Ready Reading book pages 386, 387&390. Please complete the workbook pages in your book (or downloaded pages) along with me as you watch the lesson.
I would also like you to complete IXL W.4 and EE.4

                   SS – Use this time to catch up on any outstanding work and/ or check in with me and schedule a meeting on Teams.

Thursday – ELA – Ready Reading Lesson 21 – pages 388, 389 and 391. I have created a video for you to follow along with me. You may watch it here
Ready Reading pgs. 388-389&391 . Please complete the workbook pages or downloaded pages along with me as you follow along.
                SS – Go to Newsela (class code – KFSDGH) and read the article “Time Machine 1845 – Oregon Trail.” When you have finished reading please complete the quiz that goes with it. It is not necessary to do the written response.

Friday – ELA – There will be a formative that was created for you in Goformative. Once you have logged in, go to the formative named ”from Phaeton.” Be sure you have completed this week’s assignments as they will help you do well on this formative. It goes with the Ready Reading book pages 392 – 396. If you do not have internet access let me know so I can arrange to see the answers to your test another way.
               SS – . Use this link to play through the old Oregon Trail game . Play through at least once and write a 5 – 10 sentence summary of your game. Include important information such as did you run out of supplies? Did your whole family make the journey? Did anyone die? Did anyone get sick or did your wagon break? Oregon Trail game

Assignments Due

checklist 

Monday – IReady 45 min, and Trouble in Texas read and complete timeline

Tuesday – RR ps.384,385 &389 and Newsela “Why Texas Wanted Independence” and quiz

Wednesday  – RR ps. 386,387 & 390 and IXL -W.4 and EE.4 and catch up with me!

Thursday – RR ps. 388,389 & 391 and Newsela “Time Machine 1845” and quiz

Friday – goformative “for Phaeton” and Oregon Trail paragraph

Additional Resources