Week 5- April 27-May1

Lesson 22 reproducible workbook pagesCC 2016 FL5R RI SE L22

Gold Rush Student_Flipbook

Gold Rush PDF that goes with the Flipbook

 

TeacherBarbara Perdisatt
Subject AreaELA and SS
Grade Level5
Week #April 27-May1
Unit of Instruction
Standard(s) Taught

5.RL.3.9 – Compare and contrast stories in the same genre, (e.g., mysteries and adventure stories) on approaches to similar themes and topics.

5.W.3.9a – Draw evidence from literary text to support analysis and reflection.
5.SL.1.1c – Pose and respond to specific questions and contribute to discussion
5.SL.1.1d – Review the 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 can compare stories in the same genre.
Students will analyze similarities and differences between themes and topics of stories in the same genre.
Students will be able to explain what the California Gold Rush was and some of the positive and negative impacts that it had on the United States.

Classroom Activities

Monday – ELA – Iready
                  SS – We will be working in the Gold Rush Flip book this week. I believe it was in the original pile of things you picked up the first week from school. If you didn’t get one, you can print one from the link to the Gold Rush flip book packet! There is also a PDF that goes with it. Each day you will be doing pages from the flipbook and PDF. There is also a bit.ly if you would rather do that. (bit.ly/LT-GoldRush)
Today’s assignment is to read and complete the “A Golden Discovery” page and include the “Fun Facts about Gold.” and read and complete “Traveling to California” .

Tuesday – ELA – Lesson 22 – comparing and contrasting. Follow along with me in your Ready Reading book. Today’s lesson is pages 398 and 399.  

Reproducible pages from Ready Reading book.  These pages should include the entire lesson.

                  SS – Read about and complete “Life of a 49-er.”“Boom Towns and Ghost Towns.” This goes with pages 7-13 of the PDF.

Wednesday – ELA – Lesson 22 – Follow along with me in your Ready Reading book. Today’s video lesson  begins on page 400.
                       SS – This is time allocated for Genius Hour projects (Mrs. Rosso’s homeroom) or Cereal Box book reports(Ms. Perdisatt’s homeoroom).  The directions are below in the additional resources section.  Please email me your book selection for approval by Friday!

Thursday – ELA – Lesson 22 – Follow along with me in your Ready Reading book.  Today’s video lesson is starting on page 402.
                     SS – Read and complete the section “People of the Gold Rush.” This goes along with pages 17-23 in the PDF.

Friday – ELA – I have created a formative for you on goformative.com. It is called “Lesson 22”.
                SS –Today you are going to do the true and false questions at the end of the PDF. It begins on page 18. Write your answers on a piece of paper. Be sure to answer the question before you go to the next slide because the answered will be revealed there. Let me know how you did!

Assignments Due

Checklist
IReady
Ready Reading Lesson 22 – pages 398-414(including the formative)
Goformative lesson22
Gold Rush packet
True and False questions from the PDF

Additional Resources

Cereal Box Book Report (Fiction)
The Cereal Box is due on May 15, 2020
Students will present their commercials on May 18 or 19 on Teams

TASK: Students will use a cereal box for this project. Students will complete a Cereal Box Book Report. Students can use a fiction or non-fiction book. The book and the project will be completed at home. You may print or type each panel. Follow the directions below for each panel of the box.
FRONT OF THE BOX: Use a piece of white or light colored paper to cover the front of your cereal box. (You will probably want to create the cover before gluing it on your box.) Include the name of the cereal and a picture. Invent a name for the cereal that is related to the title of the book and sounds like a cereal. Do not use the exact title of the book. You may want to look at some real cereal boxes to get some ideas. Choose a shape for the cereal as well as colors and ingredients that all relate to the book. For example, for School of Fear, you might invent a cereal called Phobia Flakes, a toasted oat cereal in the shape of miniature bugs, water, etc.
RIGHT SIDE OF BOX: Make a list of ingredients that includes the story elements – Characters and Setting. Under the heading “Ingredients,” list the main characters and write a sentence about each one. Then describe the setting. The descriptions of the main characters and the setting should be in complete sentences.
LEFT SIDE OF BOX: Write a summary that describes the main problem and the solution of the book. Try words that will “grab” readers’ attention and make them want to buy your cereal.
BACK OF BOX: Design a game that is based on the story. It can be a puzzle, a word search, a word scramble, a maze, a crossword puzzle, a hidden picture illustration, or any other fun activity that might be found on the back of a cereal box. Make sure it includes information from the book.
TOP OF BOX: Include the title, author and number of stars you would give this book if you were a book critic. The maximum number of stars you would be 5. Write a 2-3 sentence critique of the book. Give your opinion of the story.
PRIZE: Cereal boxes often include a prize. Your prize must be something the main character could have used in the book or something that reminds you of the main character. You can even include a picture of the prize on the front of your box to let the reader know what is inside the box.
ORAL PRESENTATION: Your presentation will be a 30-60 second television commercial. Practice your commercial to make sure of the wording and the timing. Do not just encourage the audience by using opinion words (exciting, great, interesting, best, good, etc.), but also by featuring elements of the book- scenes, facts, etc. Be dynamic and try to convince the audience to buy the cereal whether you liked the book or not. Optional: Be a character from the book when you present your commercial.
You will be graded on the following criteria: following directions for each panel, effort, correct grammar, correct spelling, accurate information, and finally overall neatness and creativity.  Have fun with it!