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Teacher: Mrs. Houchins  (2nd Grade)

 

Week: April 16-20, 2018

Notes:






 

Mondaybook worm.jpg

 

Library (2:40-3:30)

 

Special Events/Notes: Aimsweb Red/Yellow

Bus #20 Duty Pod A  Brain Break: (1:35-1:45) GoNoodle

Dismissal: (3:30)

AimsWeb Reading

     

Morning Work:(8:30-9:00)        

  1. Application Problem

  2. Spelling Words

  3. Flashcard Partners

Math RTI (9:00-9:30)

Don’t Go Over a Dollar Game (students will roll dice and add up numbers to reach a dollar without going over) Ex: 1=penny 2=nickel 3=dime 4=quarter 5=any coin 6 =lose turn. While other students will use plastic money to determine the correct amount.

 

ELA Reading (9:30-10:30) Unit 6 Lesson 16-Introduce spelling words; Close Read “The Attack on Washington D.C.”; Board Sort (i=e sound)

Higher Order Thinking: If you had to leave your home in a hurry, what would you take and why?  

Technology:

RTI Reading (10:30-11:00) Literacy Circles using Charlotte’s Web

     

Please reflect on these 4 corollary questions and you plan:

 

1. What do you want the students to learn? (ELO)

2.  How will you know when they’ve learned it? (assessment)

3.  What will you do if they don’t learn it?  (DI)

4.  What will you do for those that have already learned it?  (enrichment)

 

Which student engagement strategies will you be using?  List them here.

sunshine smiley face.pngELA- small groups; stations; whiteboards

sunshine smiley face.pngScience/Social Studies- boat and plane partners; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngMath- Zearn; whiteboards; rulers

 

ELA (11:45-12:30) Informative Writing- Publish animal paper on stationery using best handwriting.

Math Zearn (12:30-1:00)

sunshine smiley face.png Whole Class

   
 

Science/Social Studies (1:05-1:35) Listening and Learning- Immigration- Read and discuss E Pluribus Unum

Higher Order Thinking: How would you feel if you had to leave your home for some reason? Do you think that e pluribus unum is a good motto for the United States? Explain.

Technology:

Brain Break

   
 

Math (1:40-2:40) 2 groups of students (Zearn and Meet with Teacher - switch) Module 7 Benchmark

 

Higher Order Thinking: If you know the value of one unit on a number line, do you know the value of all of them? Explain your thinking.

Technology:

Library (2:40-3:30) book worm.jpg


 

TuesdayStudent 3.png

Art (2:40-3:30)

 

Special Events/Notes:AimsWeb Testing Red/Yellow Brain Break: (1:35-1:45)

Dismissal: (3:30)

Faculty Meeting

     

Morning Work (8:30-9:00)

  1. Application Problem

  2. Spelling Words

  3. Flashcard Partners

Math RTI (9:00-9:30) See Monday

 

ELA (9:30-10:30) Unit 6 Lesson 17- Whole group reading “The Burning of Washington D.C.”; Verbs and Adverbs completing Worksheet 17.3 on own

Higher Order Thinking: What do you find surprising about this event? What would you have done?

Reading RTI: (10:30-11:00) Literacy Circles using Charlotte’s Web

     

Please reflect on these 4 corollary questions and you plan:

 

1. What do you want the students to learn? (ELO)

2.  How will you know when they’ve learned it? (assessment)

3.  What will you do if they don’t learn it?  (DI)

4.  What will you do for those that have already learned it?  (enrichment)

 

Which student engagement strategies will you be using?  List them here.

 

sunshine smiley face.png ELA-small groups; stations; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngScience/Social Studies-statue and harbor partners; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngMath- Zearn; whiteboards


 
 

ELA (11:45-12:30) Informative Writing- Finish published papers; Start working on poster with illustrations.

Reading Stations (12:30-1:05) Students pair up and practice High Frequency words, Spelling Words and Retelling . Test students on High Frequency Words.

   
 

Science/Social Studies (1:05-1:35) Listening and Learning- Immigration- Read and discuss A Little Giant Comes to America

Higher Order Thinking: Why is the Statue of Liberty special? What does she mean to you?

Technology:Smartboard FlipChart Pictures

Brain Break

   
 

Engage Math (1:30-2:30 2 groups of students (Zearn and Meet with Teacher - switch)

Module 7 Benchmark

Higher Order Thinking: If you knew the endpoints of an object, could you figure out the length of the object without using a number line or ruler? How?

 

Technology: Chromebooks (Zearn)

Art (2:35-3:20)   Student 3.png    






 

Wednesdayboy baseball player.jpg

P.E. (2:40-3:30)

 

Special Events/Notes: AimsWeb Testing Red/Yellow

Bus #20 Duty Pod A (Houchins)

Brain Break: (1:35-1:45)

Dismissal: (3:30)

Data Meeting during Planning Time (2:40-3:30)

Test Red AimsWeb Reading

     

Morning Work (8:30-9:00)

    1.Application Problem

    2.Spelling Words

    3.Flashcard Partners

Math RTI (9:00-9:30)

See Monday for game.

 

ELA (9:30-10:30) Unit 6 Lesson 18-Read The Burning of Washington D.C. in partners and do Worksheet 18.1; Sentence Building using Worksheet 18.2

Higher Order Thinking: Would you call the USS Constitution special? Why or why not?

 

Reading RTI (10:30-11:00)-Literacy Circles using Charlotte’s Web

     

Please reflect on these 4 corollary questions and you plan:

 

1. What do you want the students to learn? (ELO)

2.  How will you know when they’ve learned it? (assessment)

3.  What will you do if they don’t learn it?  (DI)

4.  What will you do for those that have already learned it?  (enrichment)

 

Which student engagement strategies will you be using?  List them here.

sunshine smiley face.pngELA-small groups; stations; partners

sunshine smiley face.pngScience/Social Studies- farm and city partners; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngMath- Zearn; whiteboards; geoboards

 

sunshine smiley face.pngWhole Class Work on Zearn Math

ELA (11:45-12:30) Informative Writing- Finish posters using illustrations.

   
 

Science/Social Studies (1:05-1:30) Listening and Learning- Immigration- Read and discuss Life in the City

Higher Order Thinking: What are the pros and cons of living in the city? Would you want to live in a big city? Why or why not?

Technology: Smartboard Flipchart Pictures

Brain Break

   
 

Math (1:35- 2:30) 2 groups of students (Zearn and Meet with Teacher - switch)

Module 8 Lesson 1-2- Application Problem; Concept Development (Geoboards; chart paper); Problem Set together

 

Higher Order Thinking: What is the difference between a quadrilateral and a pentagon? Could a polygon only have two angles? Why or why not?

 

Technology: Chromebooks

P.E.boy baseball player.jpg

2:40-3:30


 

Thursdayboy baseball player.jpg

P.E. (2:40-3:30)

 

Special Events/Notes:RTI Times today will be at 10:30 & 12:00 Brain Break: (1:35-1:45)

Dismissal: (3:30)AimsWeb Reading Red/Yellow

     

Morning Work:(8:30-9:00)

 

ELA (9:00-9:30) Informative Writing- Have students write a draft using their four facts.

 

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ELA (9:30-10:30) Unit 6 Lesson 19- Read The Attack on Baltimore together; Baseball Game with word cards

Higher Order Thinking: How were the attacks in Washington D.C. and Baltimore the same and different?

Technology:

Reading RTI (10:30-11:00) Literacy Circles using Charlotte’s Web

     

Please reflect on these 4 corollary questions and you plan:

 

1. What do you want the students to learn? (ELO)

2.  How will you know when they’ve learned it? (assessment)

3.  What will you do if they don’t learn it?  (DI)

4.  What will you do for those that have already learned it?  (enrichment)

 

Which student engagement strategies will you be using?  List them here.

 

sunshine smiley face.pngELA-game; group discussion; stations

sunshine smiley face.pngScience/Social Studies- Irish and American partners; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngMath- Zearn; whiteboards

 

Math RTI (12:00-12:30) See Monday

Daily 5 Reading Stations (12:30-1:05)

Science/Social Studies (1:05-1:35) Listening and Learning- Immigration- Read and discuss From Ireland to New York City

Higher Order Thinking: Do you think that America is the land of opportunity? Explain your thinking.

Brain Break

   
 

Math (1:40-2:40) 2 groups of students (Zearn and Meet with Teacher - switch) Module 8 Lesson 3- Application Problem; Concept Development (paper and scissors); Problem Set together

Higher Order Thinking: Why is it important to use a straightedge when drawing polygons? Technology :Chromebooks

   
 

P.E. (2:40-3:30) boy baseball player.jpg




 

FridayImage result for music clipart

Music (1:45-2:45)

 

Special Events/Notes:

Test AimsWeb Reading/Math

AimsWeb Testing

     

Morning Work: 8:30-9:00

Math RTI 9:00-9:30 See Monday

 

ELA (9:30-10:30) Unit 6 Lesson 20-Spelling Assessment; Read The Attack on Baltimore in partners and complete Worksheet 20.2

Higher Order Thinking: What would you do if your town was attacked? How would you feel?

 

Technology:

Reading RTI (10:30-11:00) Literacy Circles using Charlotte’s Web

     

Please reflect on these 4 corollary questions and you plan:

 

1. What do you want the students to learn? (ELO)

2.  How will you know when they’ve learned it? (assessment)

3.  What will you do if they don’t learn it?  (DI)

4.  What will you do for those that have already learned it?  (enrichment)

 

Which student engagement strategies will you be using?  List them here.

sunshine smiley face.pngELA-small groups; stations; partners

sunshine smiley face.pngScience/Social Studies-happy and sad partners; group discussion

sunshine smiley face.pngMath- Zearn


 
 

ELA (11:45-12:30) Informative Writing-Present posters to audience.

 

Daily 5 Reading Stations (12:30-1:05)

   
 

Science/Social Studies (1:05-1:35) Listening and Learning- Immigration- Read and discuss Gold Mountain

Higher Order Thinking: How would life as a Chinese immigrant be the same and different from your life?

 

Technology:Flip Chart Images

Brain Break

   
 

Music (1:40-2:30)Image result for music clipart

Math: (2:35-3:20) Module 8 Lesson 4- Application Problem; Concept Development (chart from Lesson 1; paper)

Higher Order Thinking: What makes a square a special rectangle?

Technology:

 
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