Week of  4/20   -   4/24

Standards for the Week

  • Reading:RI 4.5 Cause and Effect, L 4.4a context clues
  • Language Arts: homophones L 4.1
  • Social Studies: 4.10 and 4.11 World War 1

Monday (Sub 10:30-11:30)

Whole Group Block

Homeroom: POV activity: Students are given a 3rd person passage and must rewrite passage in 1st person.

Stewart: Same

{Centers Block}

Homeroom: Centers, meet with Blue 2/Green to review taught concepts with leveled readers.

Stewart: Same

Social Studies Block

Homeroom: Complete Week 19 questionnaire using text evidence.  

Tuesday

Whole Group Block

Homeroom: Review using game

Stewart: same

{Centers Block}

Homeroom: Centers/small groups: meet with orange/blue 1, reviewing concepts using leveled readers. Review tests.

Writing activity: Revisit POV Parrot Story from yesterday and model how to improve writing by modeling. Give students time to work on own, sharing good sentences

Stewart: same

Social Studies Block

Homeroom: Introduce the Great Depression

Stewart: Same

Wednesday

Whole Group Block

Homeroom: Test #1-10

Stewart: Same

{Centers Block}

Homeroom: Blue 2, green Students choose a leveled reader. Compare and contrast the POV of different readers using details.

Stewart: Centers

Social Studies Block

Homeroom: Continue notes of Great Depression

Stewart: Same

Thursday

Whole Group Block

Homeroom: Test #11-20

Stewart: same

{Centers Block}

Homeroom: Orange, blue 1

Stewart: Lit circle

Social Studies Block

Homeroom: Graphic organizer: Use a partially-filled graphic organizer to organize the information about New Deal programs from the Studies Weekly.

Stewart: same

Friday (students gone for Harmony club 8:15-2:15)

Whole Group Block

Homeroom: Test #21-40.

Stewart: Same

{Centers Block}

Homeroom: Test

Stewart: Social studies

Social Studies Block

Homeroom: Then and Now: Given the prices for household items during the Great Depression, students research current prices to compare. Then after researching and average household income of both times, students should be able to conclude that prices were affected by the income people were paid.

Stewart: (Specials)