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          Teacher: Ms. Carney                                 Message: ~ It takes all kinds to make a world ~ Week of : January 7-11, 2013

                                         Monday: Discuss Informational Text -   In Class Project 3rd nine weeks
                                     Morning Work Homeroom Class Novel: Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
                                                                                   Common Core Objectives at end of lesson plans


                                                                               NIGHTLY HOMEWORK
                                                                  Thirteen Colonies Test - January 18th

                                                                  1. Students will have to label a map and spell the thirteen British
                                                                   Colonies. (study student handout)
Reading and Social Studies/History




                                                                  2. Students will have to write and spell the thirteen British Colonies
                                                                   (study student handout) under the correct heading:
                                                             1. New England Colonies
                                                             2. Middle Colonies
                                                             3. Southern Colonies


                                           Bell Ringer: www.cnn.com/studentnews
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                                     Anticipatory Set: Did you know… The First permanent English settlement was founded at Jamestown, Virginia.
                                     Eight thousand of the first 10,000 settlers at Jamestown died during the first few years from starvation and disease.
                                     Procedures:
                                     Teacher Input/Guided Practice:
                                     Social Studies/Reading: 1600-1850 Colonial America Unit-Genre: historically based text
                                     The Thirteen Colonies/Founding the Colonies 1607-1636 (unit)
                                     Native Americans and New Settlers
                                              The colonial era (1600 – 1850) was a period of critical importance in forming the nation we have become. The attitudes toward
                                              personal liberty, freedom of religion, and equal opportunity which gradually evolved have helped to form the conscience of the
                                              nation throughout its history. The demands for political equality, religious liberty, personal opportunity, and land ownership grew
                                              with the nation and transformed it from a few colonies along the Atlantic coast to a nation that stretched across the continent. The
                                              influx of immigrants from many lands helped fuel a constantly changing economy. Although the colonial settlers retained a
                                              foundation of British laws, language, and culture, they created a nation to meet the challenges of a diverse population living in a
                                              rugged and dangerous new land.
                                              Independent Practice: The Thirteen Colonies/Founding colonies 1607-1636
                                                        Read and discuss pages 8-10
                                                        Homework: complete worksheet page 33: “Founding the Colonies 1607-1636”
                                                        Introduce Mnemonics Memory Techniques
                                           Assessment: Discuss the reasons why the Puritans wanted to come to the New World.
                                           Closure: Summary/Topic/Opportunities/Purpose
                                     The teacher will use 3-2-1 Blast off to close lesson. Tell me three great things you experienced today. Tell me 2 things you learned and 1
                                     thing you hope to learn more about.


                                          ENRICHMENT: Reader’s Library: Voices of the Revolution: Guns for General Washington, Daughter of Liberty and Phoebe the Spy
                                          (Theme Paperback) W.O.W. 1-4, 8, 9, 10
                                                                               Lesson Plans
                                        Teacher: Ms. Carney Message: ~Knowledge is power~                            Week of : January 7-11, 2013



                                      Tuesday: Small Group
                                     Discuss Informational Text - In Class Project 3rd nine weeks
                                     Morning Work
                                        Accelerated Math Time


                                          Bell Ringer: American History Passage
                                     Please read “Yankee Doodle” on page 42 and complete the following questions 1-4
                                     Procedures:
                                     Anticipatory Set: Marla Carney needs hair right izzy /New England Colonies: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New
                                     Hampshire, Rhode Island
                                     Teacher Input:
                                     Social Studies/Reading: 1600-1850 Colonial America Unit-Genre: historically based text
Reading and Social Studies/History




                                     The Thirteen Colonies/Founding the Colonies 1607-1636 (unit)
                                     Native Americans and New Settlers
                                              The colonial era (1600 – 1850) was a period of critical importance in forming the nation we have become. The attitudes toward
                                              personal liberty, freedom of religion, and equal opportunity which gradually evolved have helped to form the conscience of the
                                              nation throughout its history. The demands for political equality, religious liberty, personal opportunity, and land ownership grew
                                              with the nation and transformed it from a few colonies along the Atlantic coast to a nation that stretched across the continent. The
                                              influx of immigrants from many lands helped fuel a constantly changing economy. Although the colonial settlers retained a
                                              foundation of British laws, language, and culture, they created a nation to meet the challenges of a diverse population living in a
                                              rugged and dangerous new land.

                                     Guided Practice: Review homework page 33/skill-provide evidence of answer by underlining the sentence in the article where the
                                     answer is found.

                                     Independent Practice:

                                              Student Center: The Thirteen Colonies/Founding colonies 1607-1636
                                                      Read and discuss pages 11-13
                                                      Introduce Mnemonics Memory Techniques
                                                      Complete sentences for the colonies using the Mnemonics Memory

                                                        Teacher Center:
                                                       Review DCA 2.2 and Performance Task: Pollution


                                         ENRICHMENT: Reader’s Library: Voices of the Revolution: Guns for General Washington, Daughter of Liberty and Phoebe the Spy
                                         (Theme Paperback) W.O.W. 1-4, 8, 9, 10




                                     Assessment/Closure:
                                     The teacher will use 3-2-1 Blast off to close lesson. Tell me three great things you experienced today. Tell me 2 things you learned and 1
                                     thing you hope to learn more about.



                                                         AR Goal 3rd Nine weeks
                                          *** Please have a conversation with your parent and
                                                discuss your AR goal for 3rd nine weeks***
                                           Be prepared to give me your goal by Friday of this
                                                            week. Thank you!
                                                                                   Lesson Plans
                                     Teacher: Ms. Carney           Message: ~Laughter is the best medicine~                       Week of : January 7-11, 2013


                                             Wednesday: Discuss Informational Text -                                   In Class Project 3rd nine weeks
                                         Report Cards Go Home Today
                                         Morning Work
                                            Homeroom Class Novel: Where the Mountain Meets the Moon


                                              Bell Ringer: American History Passage
                                         Please read “The Gold Rush” on page 43 and complete the following questions 1-3

                                         .
                                         Anticipatory Set: In 1681 King Charles gave 28 million acres of land to his friend William Penn because he owed
                                         him a great deal of money. That colony was named Pennsylvania.
Reading and Social Studies/History




                                         Teacher Input/Guided Practice:
                                         Social Studies/Reading: 1600-1850 Colonial America Unit-Genre: historically based text
                                         The Thirteen Colonies/Founding the Colonies 1607-1636 (unit)
                                         Native Americans and New Settlers
                                                  The colonial era (1600 – 1850) was a period of critical importance in forming the nation we have become. The attitudes toward
                                                  personal liberty, freedom of religion, and equal opportunity which gradually evolved have helped to form the conscience of the
                                                  nation throughout its history. The demands for political equality, religious liberty, personal opportunity, and land ownership grew
                                                  with the nation and transformed it from a few colonies along the Atlantic coast to a nation that stretched across the continent. The
                                                  influx of immigrants from many lands helped fuel a constantly changing economy. Although the colonial settlers retained a
                                                  foundation of British laws, language, and culture, they created a nation to meet the challenges of a diverse population living in a
                                                  rugged and dangerous new land.

                                         Independent Practice:
                                         Review pages 11-13 about the founding of the English colonies.
                                         Complete comprehension questions page 34 (1-10) and remember to underline to cite your evidence in the passage
                                         Assessment: Completion of page 34 “Founding the Colonies 1636-1733” (1-10)
                                         Closure: Review and discuss answers on page 34 “Founding the Colonies 1636-1733”
                                              ENRICHMENT: Reader’s Library: Voices of the Revolution: Guns for General Washington, Daughter of Liberty and Phoebe the Spy
                                              (Theme Paperback) W.O.W. 1-4, 8, 9, 10




                                                          AR Goal 3rd Nine weeks
                                           *** Please have a conversation with your parent and
                                                 discuss your AR goal for 3rd nine weeks***
                                         Be prepared to give me your goal by Friday of this
                                         week. Thank you!
                                                                             Lesson Plans
                                     Message: Proverb ~A man is known by the company he keeps~ Week of : January 7-11, 2013


                                      Thursday: Discuss Informational Text -                              In Class Project 3rd nine weeks
                                     Morning Work
                                        Accelerated Math Time


                                          Bell Ringer: American History Passage
                                     Please read “The First Americans” on page 44 and complete the following questions 1-3

                                     Anticipatory Set: DID YOU KNOW… It is difficult today to imagine the sanitary conditions that were common during the Colonial
                                     Times. The only showers that people took occurred when they were caught in a thunderstorm, and baths were virtually unknown.

                                     Procedures:
                                     Teacher Input/Guided Practice:
                                     Social Studies/Reading1600-1850 Colonial America Unit
Reading and Social Studies/History




                                     The Thirteen Colonies/Founding the Colonies 1607-1636 (Packet)
                                              Read and discuss pages 14-16 Colonial Lifestyles & complete pg. 35 independently & review
                                                   o    (Colonial Lifestyles/Travel and Transportation/Village Life/Personal Hygiene)


                                     Independent Practice: Students will complete worksheet page 35 and cite evidence of correct answer in the passage. (1-10
                                     Assessment: Student worksheet page 35 “Colonial Lifestyles” (1-10)

                                     Closure: Summary/Topic/Opportunities/Purpose
                                     S.T.O.P. Summary- students summarize the lesson by completing the following sentences: We started lesson…, The Topic was…, Our
                                     Opportunties for practice were…, The Purpose of the lesson was…


                                         ENRICHMENT: Reader’s Library: Voices of the Revolution: Guns for General Washington, Daughter of Liberty and Phoebe the Spy
                                         (Theme Paperback) W.O.W. 1-4, 8, 9, 10



                                        All students need to read every night to meet A.R. point goal and average
                                         percent correct. This should be a nightly routine for ALL students.

                                       Reading must become culture in our homes.
                                     To be a better reader, you MUST practice reading.  If students are not reading
                                     a 5.0 level book or higher, they are not reading on grade level. 
                                                                                Lesson Plans
    Teacher: Ms. Carney                                  Message: Proverb ~Nothing ventured, nothing gained~                  Week of : January 7-11, 2013



                                      Friday: Discuss Informational Text -                              In Class Project 3rd nine weeks


                                     Morning Work
                                        Homeroom Class Novel: Where the Mountain Meets the Moon



                                          Bell Ringer: American History Passage
                                     Please read “Spanish Explorations” on page 45 and complete the following questions 1-4
Reading and Social Studies/History




                                     Anticipatory Set: Who was: Biography

                                     Did you know…

                                             He was a super-smart boy who skipped two grades
                                             A man who believed in peaceful protest
                                             A great leader of the civil rights movement

                                              ~Martin Luther King, Jr.~

                                     Procedures:
                                     Teacher Input/Guided Practice:
                                     In class reading of Informational Text – In class project for this grading period.
                                     Closure: Discussion of note taking skills when reading nonfiction.

                                     * Early Finishers
                                         It must become culture in our schools for early finishers to automatically take out a book and READ!

                                         ENRICHMENT: Reader’s Library: Voices of the Revolution: Guns for General Washington, Daughter of Liberty and Phoebe the Spy
                                         (Theme Paperback) W.O.W. 1-4, 8, 9, 10



                                        All students need to read every night to meet A.R. point goal and average
                                         percent correct. This should be a nightly routine for ALL students.

                                       Reading must become culture in our homes.
                                     To be a better reader, you MUST practice reading.  If students are not reading
                                     a 5.0 level book or higher, they are not reading on grade level. 

								
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