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									                           Fourth Grade
                         Curriculum Guide
                            2010-2011

1st Quarter      2nd Quarter         3rd Quarter    4th Quarter
   Week 1           Week 10            Week 17        Week 27
 8/16 – 8/20      10/25 – 10/29        1/4 – 1/7     3/21 – 3/25
   Week 2           Week 11            Week 18       Week 28
 8/23 – 8/27       11/1 – 11/5        1/10 – 1/14    3/28 – 4/1
  Week 3           Week 12             Week 19        Week 29
 8/30 – 9/3       11/8 – 11/12        1/18 – 1/21     4/4 – 4/8
  Week 4            Week 13            Week 20         TCAP
 9/7 – 9/10       11/15 – 11/19       1/24 – 1/28    4/11 – 4/15
   Week 5       Thanksgiving Week     Week 21         Week 30
 9/13 – 9/17      11/22 – 11/23       1/31 – 2/4     4/18 – 4/22
   Week 6          Week 14            Week 22         Week 31
 9/20 – 9/24      11/29 – 12/3        2/7 – 2/10     4/25 – 4/29
   Week 7          Week 15             Week 23        Week 32
 9/27 – 10/1      12/6 – 12/10        2/14 – 2/18     5/2 – 5/6
  Week 8            Week 16            Week 24       Week 33
 10/4 – 10/8      12/13 – 12/17       2/21 – 2/25    5/9 – 5/13
   Week 9         Winter Break        Week 25         Week 34
10/11 – 10/15      12/17-1/3          2/28 - 3/4     5/16 – 5/20
 Fall Break                           Week 26         Week 35
10/18-10/22                           3/7 – 3/11     5/23 – 5/27

                                     Spring Break   Summer Break
                                      3/14-3/18
                     Math Geometry                                           Reading
                   Coordinates on a grid                                     Context clues
                2 and 3 dimensional shapes                                Compare/contrast
                  Symmetry Tessellations                          First & third person point of view
                      Measurement                                            Cause/effect
                 Area/Perimeter Equation                                  Locate information
                       Data Analysis                                      Simile & Metaphor
                                                                             Fact/Opinion
                                                                  Opinion, Prediction, & Conclusions
                                                                                 Theme
                                                                               Inference
                                                                         Drawing Conclusions




                                         Expansion
                                                     4th grade
                                                    3rd 9 weeks
           Balanced Literacy                                                    Balanced Math
 Read Aloud                 Modeled Writing                                      Mental Math
 Shared Reading             Shared Writing                                       Math Review
 Guided Reading            Guided Writing                                        Concept Lesson
 Independent Reading        Independent Writing                                  Closure
                           Interactive Writing




                                                  Science                  English/Language Arts
                                                                                  Adjectives (cont.)
                                          Motion Measuring
   Social Studies                                                              Topic sentence (cont.)
                                            matter Physical
Constitution Branches of                                                     Supporting details (cont.)
                                          changes Magnetic
 government Westward                                                       Concluding sentences (cont.)
                                           interaction Heat,
 Expansion New Nation                                                               Pronouns
                                             light, energy
   Post‐War of 1812                                                                  Adverbs
                                               Electricity
 The Antebellum Years                                                              Homonyms
                                               Life Cycle
                                                                                   Quotations
                                        *Applicable Science Kit
                                                                                    Commas
                                                                                   Root & Affix
                                                                          Week 17
                     Standards                          Common Core                                    Activities                                             Resources
                                                        State Standards
                                                                          Social Studies
 GLE 4.1.04 Understand the contributions of                                               Review, assess, and spiral.
 individuals and people of various ethnic, racial,                                        Complete and share projects.
 religious, and socioeconomic groups to
 Tennessee.
 GLE 4.3.02 Recognize the interaction between
 human and physical systems around the world.
 GLE 4.4.01 Discuss the structure and purposes of
 governance.
 GLE 4.4.02 Describe the Constitution of the U.S.
 & TN State Constitution in principle and practice.
GLE 4.5.04 Recognize the role that desire for
freedom played in the settlement of New World.
GLE 4.5.05 Understand the place of historical events
in the context of past, present and future. GLE
4.5.06 Identify major events, people, and patterns in
Tennessee.
GLE 4.5.07 Identify the causes and results of the
American Revolution.
GLE 4.5.08 Understand the place of historical
events in the context of past, present and future.



                                                                             Science
    GLE 0407.4.2 Differentiate between complete                                           Make a poster of the complete metamorphism     Text Chapter 2 lesson 2 p82-89
    and incomplete metamorphism                                                             organisms and another one of incomplete
     0407.4.2 Study the lifestyles of a variety                                            metamorphism. Write a compare and contrast
        of organisms and determine whether these                                            essay of the similarities and differences in
        processes illustrate complete or                                                    the two.
        incomplete metamorphosis.
    SPI 0407.4.2 Distinguish between complete
    and incomplete metamorphosis.




                                                                          Week 18

                     Standards                          Common Core                                    Activities                                             Resources
                                                        State Standards
                                                                          Social Studies
4 Week Unit on A New Nation: These                                                 4 Week Unit on A New Nation: These                         Text Ch. 7
standards are intended to be dispersed                                             activities are intended to be dispersed
                                                                                                                                              Articles of Confederation by Renee C. Rebman
throughout the 4 week period.                                                      throughout the 4 week period.
 GLE 4.1.02 Discuss cultures and human patterns of                                         Visit historical Tennessee sites.                Shh! We’re Writing the Constitution by Jean Fritz
 places and regions of the world.                                                          Participate in a simulation illustrating the
GLE 4.3.02 Recognize the interaction between                                                 Second Continental Congress and debate           We the Kids; A Preamble to The Constitution of the
human and physical systems around the world.                                                 England’s policies.                              United States by David Carrow
 GLE 4.3.04 Understand the geographic factors that                                         Design a picture book showing famous
 determined the locations of and patterns of                                                 Tennesseans and describe their                   George Washington by Marian Leighton
 settlements in Tennessee.                                                                   accomplishments.
 GLE 4.4.01 Discuss the structure and purposes of                                          Identify the contributions of early pioneers
 governance.                                                                                 to the development of Tennessee and
 GLE 4.4.02 Describe the Constitution of the U.S. &                                          America.
 TN State Constitution in principle and practice.                                          Create a mini-book that illustrates
GLE 4.5.06 Identify major events, people, and                                                contrasting views (e.g., taxes, slavery, Bill
patterns in Tennessee.                                                                       of Rights).
 GLE 4.5.08 Understand the place of historical events                                      Illustrate the rights protected by the Bill of
in the context of past, present and future. GLE                                              Rights through the use of a living tableau.
4.5.09 Recognize major events, people, and patterns                                        Hold a mock debate on various local, state,
in Tennessee.
GLE 4.5.07 Identify the causes and results of the
American Revolution.                                                          Science
       4.5.08 Understand the place of historical
 GLE 0407.4.2 Differentiate between complete and                                   Create a poster showing differences between                Text Chapter 2 lesson 2 p82-89
 events in the context of past, present and future.
 incomplete metamorphism                                                           complete and incomplete metamorphosis. List
       0407.4.2 Study the lifestyles of a variety of                              organisms that fall in to each category.
           organisms and determine whether these
           processes illustrate complete or incomplete
           metamorphosis.
      SPI 0407.4.2 Distinguish between complete
      and incomplete metamorphosis.




                                                                           Week 19

                     Standards                           Common Core                                     Activities                                               Resources
                                                         State Standards
                                                                           Social Studies
Continue 4 Week Unit on A New Nation:                                              Continue 4 Week Unit on A New Nation:                      See Week 18
These standards are listed in Week 18.                                             These activities are listed in Week 18.
They are intended to be dispersed                                                  They are intended to be dispersed
throughout the 4 week period.                                                      throughout the 4 week period.


                                                                              Science
GLE 0407.11.1 Identify the position of objects                                     Have a timed race. At the end of that time, all            Text Chapter 7 lessons 1&2 p.303-318
relative to fixed reference points.                                                students freeze in place. Which student is in front?
GLE 0407.11.3 Investigate the relationship between                                 That student ran the fastest since he/she is in front
the speed of an object and the distance traveled                                   of everyone else.
during a certain time period.
      0407.11.1 Identify the position of objects
          relate to fixed reference points.
      0407.11.3 Complete a coordinate graph to
          describe the relative positions of objects.
    SPI 0407.11.1 Describe the position of an object
          related to fixed reference points.
                                                                           Week 20

                     Standards                           Common Core                                     Activities                                               Resources
                                                         State Standards
                                                                           Social Studies
4 Week Unit on A New Nation: These                                                 4 Week Unit on A New Nation: These                         Text Ch. 7
standards are intended to be dispersed                                             activities are intended to be dispersed
                                                                                                                                              Articles of Confederation by Renee C. Rebman
throughout the 4 week period.                                                      throughout the 4 week period.
 GLE 4.1.02 Discuss cultures and human patterns of                                         Visit historical Tennessee sites.                Shh! We’re Writing the Constitution by Jean Fritz
 places and regions of the world.                                                          Participate in a simulation illustrating the
GLE 4.3.02 Recognize the interaction between                                                 Second Continental Congress and debate           We the Kids; A Preamble to The Constitution of the
human and physical systems around the world.                                                 England’s policies.                              United States by David Carrow
 GLE 4.3.04 Understand the geographic factors that                                         Design a picture book showing famous
 determined the locations of and patterns of                                                 Tennesseans and describe their                   George Washington by Marian Leighton
 settlements in Tennessee.                                                                   accomplishments.
 GLE 4.4.01 Discuss the structure and purposes of                                          Identify the contributions of early pioneers
 governance.                                                                                 to the development of Tennessee and
 GLE 4.4.02 Describe the Constitution of the U.S. &                                          America.
 TN State Constitution in principle and practice.                                          Create a mini-book that illustrates
GLE 4.5.06 Identify major events, people, and                                                contrasting views (e.g., taxes, slavery, Bill
patterns in Tennessee.                                                                       of Rights).
 GLE 4.5.08 Understand the place of historical events                                      Illustrate the rights protected by the Bill of
in the context of past, present and future. GLE                                              Rights through the use of a living tableau.
4.5.09 Recognize major events, people, and patterns                                        Hold a mock debate on various local, state,
in Tennessee.
GLE 4.5.07 Identify the causes and results of the
American Revolution.                                                          Science
       4.5.08 Understand the place of historical
 GLE 0407.4.2 Differentiate between complete and                                   Create a poster showing differences between                Text Chapter 2 lesson 2 p82-89
 events in the context of past, present and future.
 incomplete metamorphism                                                           complete and incomplete metamorphosis. List
       0407.4.2 Study the lifestyles of a variety of                              organisms that fall in to each category.
           organisms and determine whether these
           processes illustrate complete or incomplete
           metamorphosis.
      SPI 0407.4.2 Distinguish between complete
      and incomplete metamorphosis.




                                                                           Week 21

                     Standards                           Common Core                                     Activities                                               Resources
                                                         State Standards
                                                                           Social Studies
Continue 4 Week Unit on A New Nation:                                             Continue 4 Week Unit on A New Nation:
These standards are listed in Week 18.                                            These activities are listed in Week 18. They
They are intended to be dispersed                                                 are intended to be dispersed throughout the
throughout the 4 week period.                                                     4 week period.



                                                                             Science
GLE 0407.9. 1 Collect data to illustrate that the                                 The 'Am I dense' experiment                               Text Chapter 6 Lesson 1 p. 249-259
physical properties of matter can be described with
tools that measure…                                                                    1.   Pour one‐third cup of syrup into the glass
      0407.9.1 Use appropriate tools to measure                                            jar.
          and compare the physical properties.
                                                                                       2.   Now pour one‐third cup of cooking oil into
          SPI 0407.9.1 Choose an appropriate tool for
                                                                                            the jar.
          measuring a specific physical property of
          matter.                                                                      3.   Finally, pour one‐third cup of water into the
   SPI 0407.9.2 Determine the mass, volume, and                                             jar.
          temperature, of a substance or object using                                  4.   Let the contents settle for a few minutes.
          proper units of measurement.                                                 5.   Drop a piece of plastic, a grape, and a small
                                                                                            cork into the liquid.

                                                                                  Notice how the objects you dropped in settle down
                                                                                  to different layers of the mixture. The liquids have
                                                                                  different densities. The most dense (syrup) will be at
                                                                                  the bottom, the least dense (oil) will be at the top,
                                                                                  with the water in between. Each object will sink to
                                                                                  the level of the liquid that has a greater density than
                                                                                  the object. The object will then float on that layer.

                                                                                  http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/ages/7_
                                                                                  8/characteristics_materials.shtml




                                                                          Week 22

                     Standards                          Common Core                                     Activities                                             Resources
                                                        State Standards
                                                                          Social Studies
2 Week Unit on U.S. Expansion: These                          2 Week Unit on U.S. Expansion: These                       Text Ch. 8
standards are intended to be dispersed                        activities are intended to be dispersed                    Flaming Arrows by William Steele
throughout the 2 week period.                                 throughout the 2 week period.
 GLE 4.2.03 Understand fundamental economic                            See Sample Lesson plan entitled “Tail on        Frontier Tales of Tennessee by Louise Davis
 concepts.                                                               the Trail” -attached at the end of the course
 GLE 4.3.02 Recognize the interaction between                            outline.                                        Davy Crockett’s Own Story: A Narrative of the Life
 human and physical systems around the world.                          Design a picture book showing famous            of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee by Davy
 GLE 4.3.03 Understand how to identify and locate                        Tennesseans and describe their                  Crockett
 major physical and political features on globes and                     accomplishments.
 maps.                                                                 Identify the contributions of early pioneers    Louisiana Purchase by Linda Thompson
 GLE 4.3.04 Understand the geographic factors that                       to the development of Tennessee and
 determined the locations of and patterns of                             America.                                        Seaman’s Journal by P. Eubanks- see lesson plan
 settlements in Tennessee.                                             Draw a United States map showing before         using this book at the back of this document.
GLE 4.5.08 Understand the place of historical events                     and after the Louisiana Purchase.
in the context of past, present and future.                            Students write a journal entry from
GLE 4.5.09 Recognize major events, people, and                           Lewis’s point of view as the group is
patterns in Tennessee.                                                   traveling up the Missouri River. Focus
 GLE 4.5.11 Understand sectional differences                             on areas that Lewis had studied: stars,
 brought on by the Western movement, expansion of                        plant life, and medicine.
 slavery, and emerging industrialization.
 GLE 4.5.12 Identify major events, people, and
 patterns in Tennessee.
GLE 4.6.01 Recognize the impact of individual and
group decisions.
GLE 4.6.02 Understand how groups can effect
change at the local, state, and national level.
       Explain how physical and human
           characteristics of places and regions within
           the state and the United States developed.
       Explain how the major river systems
           affected the development of early
           settlements.
       Identify changes in society resulting from
           the Industrial Revolution.
       Explain how societal changes led to conflict
           among sections of the United States.
       Explain the Louisiana Purchase.
       Recognize the significance of the Lewis and
           Clark expedition.
       Recognize the significance of the War of
           1812.
       Explore similarities and differences in how
           groups, societies, and cultures address
           similar human needs and concerns.
       Compare how people from different cultures
           think about and handle their physical
           environments and social conditions.
       Summarize the contributions of people of
           various racial, ethnic, and religious groups
           in the development of early Tennessee.
       Explain how the patterns and processes of
           migration affect the development of
 Tennessee.

                                                          Science
GLE 0407.9.2 Explore different types of physical                                http://mypages.iit.edu/~smile/ph9202.html               Text Chapter 6 lesson 2 p.265-277
changes in matter.
     407.9.2 Compare the causes and effects of
         various physical changes in matter.
   SPI 0407.9.3 Interpret the causes and effects of
         a physical change in matter.




                                                                        Week 23
                    Standards                         Common Core                                    Activities                                            Resources
                                                      State Standards
                                                                        Social Studies
Continue 2 Week Unit on U.S.                                                    Continue 2 Week Unit on U.S.
Expansion: These standards are listed in                                        Expansion: These activities are listed in
Week 22. They are intended to be                                                Week 22. They are intended to be
dispersed throughout the 2 week period.                                         dispersed throughout the 2 week period.



                                                                           Science
GLE 0407.10.1 Distinguish among heat, radiant, and                              Investigative activities:                               Text Chapter 6 lesson 3&$ p.273-293
chemical forms of energy.                                                        Use prisms and a white sheet of paper to
GLE0407.10.2 Investigate how light travels and is                                   discover how white light breaks up into colors
influenced by different types of materials and                                      (outside, sunny day.)
surfaces.                                                                        Shine light from a flashlight through different
      0407.10.1 Design an investigation to                                         filters (colored cellophane in layers) onto
          demonstrate how different forms of energy                                 colored construction paper to find out what color
          release heat or light.                                                    it makes.
      0407.10.2 Design an experiment to                                          Use rope to demonstrate a light wave's motion.
          investigate how…light is refracted,                                    Teach translucent, transparent, and opaque using
          reflected, or absorbed.                                                   wax paper, plastic wrap, and aluminum foil.
          SPI Determine which surfaces reflect,                                  Experiment with curved mirrors- use a little
          refract, or absorb light.                                                 bendable one to see how light reflects in
      0407.10.3 Gather and organize information
          about…materials to categorize them as                         Week 24     different directions.

          translucent, transparent, or opaque.
    SPI 0407.10.1Identify different forms of
         energy, such as heat, light, and chemical.
                       Standards
    SPI 0407.10.3 Determine whether a material is     Common Core                                    Activities                                            Resources
         transparent, translucent, or opaque.         State Standards
                                                                        Social Studies
2 Week Unit on U.S., post-war of 1812: These               2 Week Unit on U.S., post-war of 1812:                  Text Ch. 9
standards are intended to be dispersed                     These activities are intended to be
throughout the 2 week period.                                                                                      Sequoyah: Inventor of Written Cherokee by
GLE 4.3.02 Recognize the interaction between
                                                           dispersed throughout the 2 week period.                 Roberta Basel
human and physical systems around the world.                    Design a poster showing a major historical
GLE 4.3.03 Understand how to identify and locate                  event.                                           First Steamboat Down the Mississippi by George S
major physical and political features on globes and            Create a time line of major events.               Fichter
maps.                                                          Visit historical Tennessee sites.
GLE 4.5.10 Recognize American territorial                      Design a picture book showing famous              Andrew Jackson by Mike Venezia
expansions and its effects on relations with                      Tennesseans and describe their
European powers and Native Americans.                             accomplishments.                                 David Crockett: Fearless Frontiersman by Sneed B.
GLE 4.5.11 Understand sectional differences                    Color code a map showing free states and          Collard
brought on by the Western movement, expansion of                  slave states.
slavery, and emerging industrialization.                       Create a Venn Diagram showing the reasons         Only the Names Remain: The Cherokees and the
GLE 4.5.12 Identify major events, people, and                     for and against the Trail of Tears.              Trail of Tears by Alex W. Bealer
patterns in Tennessee.                                         Draw a cause and effect map examining the
GLE 4.6.01 Recognize the impact of individual and                 issue of slavery.
group decisions.                                               Create a scrapbook showing slave
GLE 4.6.02 Understand how groups can effect                       perspectives including drawings, newspaper
change at the local, state, and national level.                   articles, and other primary sources.
      Explore similarities and differences in how             Create a mini-book that illustrates contrasting
          groups, societies, and cultures address             views (e.g., taxes, slavery, Bill of Rights).
          similar human needs and concerns.
      Compare how people from different cultures
          think about and handle their physical
          environments and social conditions.
      Explain how physical and human
          characteristics of places and regions within
          the state and the United States developed.
      Explain how the major river systems
          affected the development of early
          settlements.
      Explain how physical processes shape the
          United States' features and patterns.
      Understand the differences in early
          population characteristics of the state and of
          the United States such as density,
          distribution, and growth rates.
      Describe how geography affected the
          development of transportation and
          communication networks.
                Identify changes in
          society resulting from the
          Industrial Revolution.
      Explain how societal changes led to conflict
          among sections of the United States.
      Understand the impact of territorial
          expansion on Native American tribes.
      Identify the accomplishments of notable
          Tennessee individuals such as Sam
          Houston, Andrew Jackson and James Polk.
      Analyze a particular event to identify
          reasons individuals might respond to it in
          different ways.
      Explain how group and institutional
          influences such as religious beliefs, laws,
          and peer pressure, on people, events, and
          elements of culture.
      Identify and describe examples of tension
          between a group's belief system and the
          government's policies and laws.
      government's policies and laws.
4.1.spi.3 determine how various groups resolve
conflict (i.e., school, tribal councils, courts).
4.3.spi.2. identify and use key geographical features
on maps (i.e., mountains, rivers, plains, valleys,
forests).
4.3.spi.4. recognize river systems that impacted early
American history (i.e., Mississippi, Mystic, Charles,
Hudson).
4.3.spi.7. determine how density, distribution, and
growth rate affected United States settlement
patterns.
4.5.spi.2. identify major Tennessee political leaders
(i.e., Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, James Polk,
Sequoyia, David Crockett, Nancy Ward).
4.5.spi.3. interpret a time line that depicts major
historical pre-Civil War events.
4.5.spi.11. interpret a visual contrasting life before
and after the American Revolution (i.e., education,
family size, transportation, politics).
4.5.spi.12. Read and interpret a passage about the
Trail of Tears.
4.6.spi.2. determine how the issue of slavery
caused political and economic tensions between
government policy and people's beliefs (i.e.,
abolitionists, plantation owners, state's rights, central
government, Loyalists).
                                                                           Science
GLE 0407.12.2 Observe that electrically charged                                 Hands On Science Kit experiments- using battery   Text Chapter 8 lesson 1 p.322-333
objects exert a pull on other materials.                                        circuit, nail, and paperclips
     407.12.2 Design an experiment to
         investigate how a simple electromagnet
         affects common objects.
   SPI 0407.12.2 Determine how an electrically
          charged material interacts with other
          objects.

                                                                        Week 25

                    Standards                         Common Core                                   Activities                                       Resources
                                                      State Standards
                                                                        Social Studies
2 Week Unit on U.S., post-war of 1812:                                          2 Week Unit on U.S., post-war of 1812:
These standards are listed Week 24.                                             These activities are listed in Week 24.
They are intended to be dispersed                                               They are intended to be dispersed
throughout the 2 week period.                                                   throughout the 2 week period.


                                                                           Science
GLE 0407.12.1 Explore the interactions between                                          Activity online with magnets at         Text Chapter 8 lesson 2 p.336-357
magnets.                                                                                  www.guest.portaportal.com/debwilson
    0407.12.1Explore the interactions between
         an electrically charged object and other
         materials.
         SPI 0407.12.1 Identify how magnets attract
         or repel one another.




                                                                        Week 26

                    Standards                         Common Core                                   Activities                                       Resources
                                                      State Standards
                                                                        Social Studies
3 Week Unit on The Antebellum Years:                           3 Week Unit on The Antebellum                                Text Ch. 10
These standards are intended to be                             Years: These activities are intended to
                                                                                                                            How the U.S. Government Works by Syl Sobel
dispersed throughout the 3 week period.                        be
GLE 4.3.03 Understand how to identify and locate               dispersed throughout the 3 week period.                      State Government by John Hamilton
major physical and political features on globes and                    Design a diorama depicting a geographic
maps.                                                                    place or significant historical event. (e.g.,      Your Mayor: Local Government in Action by
GLE 4.5.11 Understand sectional differences                              Cumberland Gap, Battle of King's                   Jennifer Silate
brought on by the Western movement, expansion of                         Mountain, Gathering at Sycamore Shoals,
slavery, and emerging industrialization.                                 downtown Jonesborough).                            Tennessee Government for Kids!: The Cornerstone of
GLE 4.5.12 Identify major events, people, and                         Design a poster showing a major                     everyday Life in Our State! by Carole S. Marsh
patterns in Tennessee.                                                   historical event.
GLE 4.6.01 Recognize the impact of individual and                     Create a time line of major events.
group decisions.
                                                                      Visit historical Tennessee sites.
GLE 4.6.02 Understand how groups can impact
                                                                      Design a picture book showing
change at the local, state, and national level.
                                                                         famous Tennesseans and describe
         Explain how physical processes shape the
                                                                         their accomplishments.
             United States' features and patterns.
                                                                      Color code a map showing free states
         Understand the differences in early
                                                                         and slave states.
             population characteristics of the state and
             of the United States such as density,                    Draw a cause and effect map examining
             distribution, and growth rates.                             the issue of slavery.
         Describe how geography affected the                         Create a scrapbook showing slave
             development of transportation and                          perspectives including drawings, newspaper
             communication networks.                                    articles, and other primary sources.
         Explain the influences of physical and                      Create a mini-book that illustrates
             human features on historical events.                        contrasting views (e.g., taxes, slavery, Bill of
         Give examples of maps, time lines, and                     Rights).
             charts that show western expansion.
         Identify the factors that led to territorial
             expansion and its effects.
         Identify the impact of railroads on life in
             TN including changes to cities and major
             industries.
         Identify the impact of various issues and
             events on life in Tennessee such as
             urbanization.
         Identify the accomplishments of notable
             Tennessee individuals such as Sam
             Houston, Andrew Jackson and James Polk.
         Analyze a particular event to identify
             reasons individuals might respond to it in
             different ways.
         Work independently and cooperatively to
             accomplish goals.
              Explain how group and institutional
               influences such as religious beliefs,
               laws, and peer pressure, on people,
                                                          Science
        
GLE 0407.12.3 Explain how electricity in a simple                                                                           Text Chapter 8 lesson 3 p.349-357
circuit       events, and elements of culture.
         requires a complete loop through which
        
current can pass.
        0407.12.3 and describe examples ofpasses
             Identify Describe how electricity tension
             between a group's belief system and the
           through a simple circuit that includes a
             government's policies and laws.
           battery, wire, switch, and bulb.
     SPI determine how density, path of an
4.3.spi.7. 0407.12.3 Determine thedistribution, and
growth rate affected United States settlement
            electrical current in a simple circuit
patterns.
4.5.spi.2. identify major Tennessee political leaders
(i.e., Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, James Polk,
Sequoyia, David Crockett, Nancy Ward).
4.5.spi.3. interpret a time line that depicts major

								
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