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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 1: Learning from the Masters (Narrative)
The students will recognize that even the smallest moment in time can be captured to tell a story. They will choose and develop a topic. They will be able to write about meaningful personal narrative stories. They will be able to study mentor texts to life the level of their writing, as well as, revise and edit their personal narrative stories. The students will use complete sentences, include a beginning, middle, and end, and use a variety of sentences. Lastly, the students will use transitional words to develop a sequence of events.
The students will deepen their understanding of word knowledge. They will be provided with opportunities to investigate and understand patterns in words.
Topic 5: Subtract Within 100 Using Strategies
Students will use a hundred chart to subtract tens and ones. They will use an open number line to subtract tens. The students will use an open number line to subtracts tens and ones. They will add up to subtract using an open number line. The students will berak apart 1-digit numbers to make it easier to subtract mentally. They will break apart 2-digit numbers to make it easier to subtract. They will use make numbers that are easier to subtract, and use mental math to fine the difference. They will solve one- and two-step problems using addition or subtraction. Lastly, they will critique the thinking of others by using what it is known about addition and subtraction.
Unit 2: Historical Symbols and American Identity
Students will compare and contrast various symbols. They will identify different symbols and explain their significance. They will explain the role of historical symbols in the course of American history.
Unit 2: Matter
Students are expected to develop an understanding of observable properties of materials through analysis and classification of different materials.
Friday, November 22- Make Up Pictures
Wednesday, November 27- Shortened Day 8:45-1:15
Thursday and Friday, November 28-29- Schools Closed- Happy Thanksgiving!