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Book 2: Becoming Experts Reading Nonfiction
Children learn that books can be their teachers in the second unit, Becoming Experts: Reading Nonfiction, in which they learn more about familiar topics and grow understanding of new topics while working on word solving, vocabulary development, and comparing and contrasting information across texts.
Book 2: The How-To Guide to Nonfiction Writing
The unit begins with students writing nonfiction chapter books and then builds in sophistication as students move into lifting the level of their nonfiction chapter books. The unit ends with students taking all they have learned over the course of the first two bends and writing different kinds of nonfiction books with transference and independence as key goals.
The students will deepen their understanding of word knowledge. They will be provided with opportunities to investigate and understand patterns in words.
Topic 8: Work with Time and Money
Students will solve problems with coins. They will use solve problems with dollar bills and coins that model 100 cents. The students will solve problems with dollar bills. They will reason about values of coins and dollar bills, and find different ways to make the same total value. The students will tell time to the nearest five minutes. They will say the time in different ways. Lastly, they will tell time and use reasoning to state if the event is happening in the a.m. or p.m.
Vocabulary- Dime, Nickel, Penny, Quarter, Half-Dollar, Cents, Greatest Value, Least Value, Dollar, Dollar Sign, Dollar Bills, Tally Marks, Quarter Past, Half Past, Quarter To, a.m., p.m.
Unit 2: Historical Symbols and the American Identity
The students will understand the role of historical symbols, monuments, and holidays and how they affect the American identity. They will learn about various symbols in American history (the Liberty Bell, the bald eagle, the US flag, the Washington Monument, etc.). The students will also learn about the origins of historical symbols and when and where they originated.
Friday, January 24- School Spirit Day
February- 2nd Grade Food Pantry
Monday, February 3- Teacher In-Service Day
Wednesday, February 5- PTN Meeting 7pm
Friday, February 7- Family Book Fair 6-8 pm
Friday, February 7- Book/Candy Bingo 6-8 pm
Friday, February 7- Valentine Candy Gram Sale
Friday, February 21- School Spirit Day
Monday, February 17- President's Day