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```					Teacher: R. Blakeslee Room 7 Week Beginning: January 5, 2010                                              Mastery of the Objective is based on
80%.
SUBJECT: Tuesday Everyday Counts                                            SUBJECT: Thursday

OBJECTIVES:                                                                OBJECTIVES: TSW learn about calendars and related
activities associated with “Everyday Counts”
1. Calendar- day, month, year, weather
PROCEDURE: Refer to plans from Tuesday.
Learning Centers:
2. Tens, ones, days in school                                 Art: Create a windsock, write an original story.
Writing: Write a “good news, bad news” book..DI:BGL write 3 pages; OGL write 5
3.   English/Phonics(Seatwork)                                pages; AGL write 7 pages..
Math: Compute addition problems on kites. (Locate sums on kite body, compute
problems to match sums and write on kite tails.)DI:BGL,work problems; OGL, create 5
4.   Describing words, nouns, verbs, pronouns                 new problems, adding to kite tail; AGL, Create 5 subtraction problems, add to kite tail.
Spelling:Using ideas from the story “Mouse House”, make a spelling “word sock” by
5. Declarative (telling) sentences                            cutting out a pre-drawn form and attaching it to a sheet of construction paper, leaving the
top open.Draw pictures of animals that were in the sock, write one spelling word on each
animal and put them in the sock.DI: BGL write4 sentences; OGL write a 5 sentence story;
6. Interrogative (asking) sentences                           AGL, create interrogative sentences with each spelling word.

7. Simple subjects and predicates.                            W.O.W.#9,7,6,5,9,8

SUBJECT: Wednesday                                                         SUBJECT: Friday

Objective: TSW learn about calendars and related activities associated     OBJECTIVES: Refer to plans from Monday
with “Everyday Counts”                                                     PROCEDURES:
PROCEDURE: Refer to procedure from Monday. (Adjectives,
pronouns, nouns, verbs, declarative sentences, interrogative sentences)
l. Nouns, Verbs in sentences: Copy sentences, circle the nouns,underline
the verbs.
l. Board practice. Copy sentences, underline describing words, circle    2. Describing Words: Copy sentences, circle describing words in each.
nouns, and underline verbs.
2. Copy sentences from board; underline declarative (telling) and        3. Take Language Arts Mixed Practice Test.
interrogative (asking) sentences with crayon.                              W.O.W.
_1_Content & Substance
3. Substitute pronouns for underlined nouns in                          _2_Organization & Knowledge
sentences                                                            _3_Product Focus
_4_Clear &Compelling Product Standards
4. Copy sentences from board, underline simple subjects and
_6__Affirmation of Performance
circle simple predicates.                                             _7__Affiliation
_8__Novelty and Variety
_9__Choice
_10_Authenticity
(LACompetencies 1-11a, 14, 16, 17; GSD Competencies Q1, 2)
Teacher: R. Blakeslee Room 7 Week Beginning: January 5, 2010                                                            Mastery of the Objective is based on
80%.

OBJECTIVES: TSW read silently for recognition of words and phrases in the                  OBJECTIVES: TSW read silently and orally to answer questions and to
text; identify new vocab.W.O.W.#7,1,2;DI=Levelized Groups.                                 use new vocabulary. (Flash Cards, Gaps.2,3)
PROCEDURES :Daily Message, Phonemic Awareness,Building Background:
“What is a kite?”,Oral Language,Compreh.;Big Book .                                        PROCEDURES: Daily Message; Strategy/Skill Focus; Building
Group2, 3=Teacher directed/Extra Support, “The Kite”;Vocab:give, good,                     Background: “Let’s name the story elements from yesterday’s
her, little, try, was, fly, our, kite, like, she’ll, can’t, is’t, doesn’t, didn’t, it’s,   story.” read stories using decoding/comprehension skills; Mini-Lesson:
we’ve
Group 1=Challenge, Independent reading, “ The Surprise Family;
Summarize/Story Structure (tested skill); Grammar.
Vocab:baby,garden,together,edge,only,watched,enough,sharp,boy,fuzzy,saw,                   1. Review Vocabulary. On a tree map, list the story elements.
hawk,fluffy,pointed,taught, carefully                                                      2. Group2, 3=Teacher supported reading, “The Kite”.
Enrichment Group= The Hat by Jan Brett.                                                    3. Group1=Challenge, independent reading, “Surprise Family”.
TEXT & MATERIALS: TE, Practice book pp.Gp2,3=33-                                           4. Enrichment Group= The Hat by Jan Brett.
36;Gp1&Enrichment=221-224.                                                                 TEXT&MATERIALS: Practice book pp. Gp2, 3=43-46;
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation                                     Gp1&Enrichment=227,228,233-236.
Will the students master the objective?                                                    EVALUATION: Teacher observation-Student participation. Were the students able to
master the objectives?

SUBJECT: Wednesday Reading                                                                 SUBJECT: FridayTeacher observation-Student participation
Were the students able to master the objectives?
OBJECTIVES: TSW review unit skills; read orally for recognition of                           vocabulary, think critically, and demonstrate knowledge of skills.
new vocabulary and phrases related to text, and for critical thinking.l                      PROCEDURES: Building Background: “What happened at the
PROCEDURES: Daily Message; Shared Writing;Opening                                            beginning, middle, and end of our story?”
Routines,Building Background: “What was the setting for                                      1. Stories: “The Kite”, “Surprise Family”, “The Hat”, review
1.Group2,3=Reteach vocabulary, story “The Kite”.Teacher directed, Partner
Group 3, 2: Teacher supported, partner reading, “Kite”.
2. Group1=Independent, “The Surprise Family”                                                Group1=Challenge, Independent Reading= “Surprise Family”.
Enrichment Group= The Hat by Jan Brett.                                                     Enrichment= The Hat by Jan Brett.
2.Give oral vocabulary and comprehension tests on all stories.
TEXT & MATERIALS:Readers, Practice book pp. Gp2,3=37-
42;Gp1&Enrichment=225,226,229,230.
TEXT & MATERIALS: Practice book pp.Gp2, 3=47-50;
Gp1&Enrichment=231,232.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation. Were the students able to            EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation. Were the
read the story and answer questions and use new vocabulary?                                  students able to master the objectives?
(In Reading this week, we will be covering comperencies 1-11a writing competencies
1-11a; GSD RLA Q1,2)
Teacher: R. Blakeslee Room 7 Week Beginning: January 5, 2010                                                 Mastery of the Objective is based on
80%.
SUBJECT: Tuesday Math                                                              SUBJECT:Thursday Math

OBJECTIVES: TSW write the number 73, identify how many more on a graph,           OBJECTIVES: TSW write #75, making congruent shapes, addition facts (1
and compute addition and subtraction problems. (1 digit, no regrouping).          digit, no regrouping) (MS7, 8, M20)
(MS 6, 7, 8) (M 28, 33)                                                          Higher Order Thinking Skills: Analyzing, Understanding, Applying.
Higher Order Thinking Skills: Analyzing, Understanding, Applying                  Conversation: (Draw two squares that are exactly alike.) “Who can tell me
Conversation: “Hold up 2 pencils in your right hand. Hold up 4 pencils in         something about these squares? Are they alike or different? Does anyone
your left hand. Which hand has the most? How many more does it have               know what the word congruent means? Congruent means same shape and
than the other hand?”                                                             same size.”
PROCEDURE:                                                                        PROCEDURES:
l. Saxon Math 81A, B (Homework).                                                  l. Saxon lesson 83 A (Class) 83B (Homework)
3. Enrichment Board Practice (1-digit addition and subtraction, no regrouping.)   3.Enrichment Board Practice (1-digit addition and subtraction, no regrouping)
Closure: “Who would like to share something we learned today?”                    Closure: “Who would like to share something we learned today?”
TEXT & MATERIALS: Saxon worksheets, notebooks, pencils, manipulatives,            TEXT & MATERIALS: Saxon Sheet, chalkboard, pencils
board.                                                                            EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation
Were the students able to master the objectives?
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation
Were the students able to master the objectives?

SUBJECT: Wednesday Math                                                           SUBJECT: Friday Math

OBJECTIVES: TSW write #74, identifying how many more on a graph,
addition facts,(1 digit,no regrouping).(MS7) (MS4)(M26)                           OBJECTIVES: TSW demonstrate knowledge of skills.
Higher Order Thinking Skills: Analyzing, Understanding, Applying                  Higher Order Thinking Skills: Understanding,Analyzing, Applying
Conversation: “Let’s review our doubles rap!”
PROCEDURES:                                                                       PROCEDURES:
l.Saxon Math 82A (Class) 82B (Homework)                                           l. Take a Mixed Practice Assessment
3.Enrichment Board Practice ( 1-digit addition and subtraction, no regrouping)
Closure: “Who would like to share something we learned today?”

TEXT & MATERIALS: Saxon worksheets, notebooks, pencils, manipulatives,
board.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation
Were the students able to master the objectives?                                  TEXT & MATERIALS: Mixed Practice Assessment, pencils.
(“MS” denotes Math Competencies; “M” denotes Math Competencies                    EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation
throughout the schoolyear; GSD Math Competencies Q1, 2.)                          Were the students able to master the objectives?
Teacher: R. Blakeslee Room 6 Week Beginning: January 5, 2010
Mastery of the Objective is based on 80%.
SUBJECT: Tuesday Social Studies/Journal                        SUBJECT: Thursday Social Studies
Writs SSswsssssddds--
SStuStudies/JournalsSt
OBJECTIVES: TSW learn about the rain                       OBJECTIVES: TSW continue their study of the rain forest.
forest.W.O.W.#1,2,6,5,3                                    PROCEDURES:
PROCEDURE (This is a multi- week unit.)                    l. Review material introduced thus far.
1. Introduce: (Locate on World Map)                        2. Continue to work on flip book (teacher models
a. The layers of the rain forest                       information to be written on each page; students copy and
b. The plants and animals that live there              illustrate.)
c. The importance of the rain forest                            a. Canopy = There is plenty of sunlight and rain
here.
2. Begin a flip book:                                                           Many nuts and fruits grow in the
a. Floor = There is not much sunlight. Anteaters and a                      canopy.
variety of animals live on the forest floor.                             The sloth lives here.
TEXT & MATERIALS: World wall map; teacher
handbook.                                                  TEXT & MATERIALS: teacher handbook.

.
SUBJECT: Wednesday Social 3d;GSD SS3,4,5,6,7,8.)
(Social Studies Competencies                                 SUBJECT: Friday Social Studies
SStudies/Journja/
OBJECTIVES: TSW continue to learn about the rain forest.       OBJECTIVES: TSW continue their study of the rain forest.
PROCEDURES:
L .Review and discuss material presented on Monday.            PROCEDURES:
2 .Continue Flip Book
a. Understory = Small trees and few flowers grow in
l. The students will review material learned thus far.
the understory. Spider monkeys swing from vines.
2. They will continue to work on their flip booklets.
TEXT & MATERIALS: Teacher constructed booklet
TEXT & MATERIALS: teacher handbook, paints, brushes.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation, Student participation.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation; student participation
Were the objectives met?

(Social Studies Competencies 3a, c, d; GSD SS5, 7;
Science Competencies 1, 3a, e; 4b)
Teacher: R. Blakeslee Room 7 Week Beginning: January 5, 2010                                     Mastery of the Objective is based on
80%.
SUBJECT: Tuesday Spelling/English                                            SUBJECT:Thursday Spelling/English

OBJECTIVES: TSW write 9 spelling words in ABC order
OBJECTIVES: TSW spell words from the state list:                            and write sentences with all words.
up such truck brush bus fun us run but much                           up such truck brush fun run much Mr. who
Mr. Mrs.
Challenge Words: who went there
PROCEDURES: Identify the short vowel sound and blends in the                PROCEDURES: Write words in ABC order;students write
words; fill in blanks to make spelling words; practice writing each word;   sentences from a tree map generated on Tuesday.
complete a CircleMap and a “Tree map; teacher models. Write
sentences with 5 words.                                                     TEXT & MATERIALS: State word list; notebooks, pencils,
TEXT & MATERIALS: State word list, notebooks, pencils, crayons.
tree maps from Tuesday.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation-Student
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student participation.                     participation.
Were the students able to write the words in ABC order, and
write sentences using their Tree Maps?

SUBJECT: Wednesday                                                          SUBJECT: Friday Spelling/English
Spelling/English
OBJECTIVES: TSW identify the spelling words, write                          OBJECTIVES: TSW demonstrate knowledge of skills.
sentences with 4 words .W.O.W.#10                                           W.O.W.#3
PROCEDURES: Unscramble the spelling words; write a
sentence with 7 words; choose 3 describing words from                       PROCEDURES:
the circle map to create sentences using a tree map,                        l. TSW complete a written spelling and mixed practice
independent work.                                                           sentence dictation assessment.
TEXT & MATERIALS: State word list; notebooks,                               2. TSW take a Language Arts Mixed Practice Test.
pencils, circle maps and tree maps.
EVALUATION: Teacher observation- Student
participation                                                               TEXT & MATERIALS: State word lists, notebooks,
Were the students able to master the objectives?                            pencils, tree maps from Wednesday.
(In spelling this week, we will be covering competencies 1-                EVALUATION: Were the students able to master the
11a,12,14,16,17;Writing Competencies 1-24, and GSD RLAQ1,2                  objectives?
Competencies.)

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