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```							                    Elementary Curriculum Guide
School Year 2002-2003

Subject: MATH

Unit: Adding and subtracting whole numbers.

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

3. Adding two and three digit numbers
5. Estimate differences
6. Subtracting two and three digit numbers
7. Subtraction and money
8. Add and subtract with create numbers
9. Problem solving: choose a strategy
10.Make a table

Unit: Place Value
1.   Numbers to thousands
2.   Place value to hundred thousands
3.   Place value to millions
4.   Comparing and ordering
5.   Ordinal numbers
6.   Estimate by rounding numbers
7.   Problem solving
 Find a pattern
 Use a table
Unit: Multiplication and division using facts

1. Two and three as factors
2. Four and five as factors
3. Using multiplication properties
4. Six and seven as factors
5. Eight and nine as factors
6. Practicing multiplication facts
7. Connecting multiplication and division
8. Dividing by two and three
9. Dividing by four and five
10.Division with zero and one
11.Dividing by six and seven
12.Dividing by eight and nine
13.Problem solving
14.Little information choose a strategy

Unit: Time, Graphing and Data

1. Telling time
2. A.M. and P.M.
3. Estimation
4. Elapsed time
5. The calendar
6. Collecting data
7. Pictographs
8. Bar graphs
9. Making a bar graph
10.Line graphs
11.Making a line graph
12.Problem solving
 Use a table or schedule
 Analyze data to make decisions
Unit: Multiplying by 1-digit numbers and 2-digit numbers

1. Multiplying 2-digit numbers
2. Multiplying 3-digit numbers
3. Multiplying larger numbers
4. Multiplying using money
5. Problem solving
 Work backward
 Choose a method
 Use mental math
6. Estimating products
7. Multiples of ten
8. 2-digit factors
9. Multiplying by 2-digit numbers
10.Problem solving
 Make a graph
 Guess and check

Unit: Measurements

1.   Metric units
2.   Customary units
3.   Measuring perimeter
4.   Customary units of capacity
5.   Metric units of capacity
6.   Mass: metric units
7.   Weight: customary units
8.   Changing units
9.   Problem solving
 Draw a picture
 Multiple problems

Unit: Dividing by one and two digit numbers

1.   Patterns in division
2.   Connecting multiplication and division
3.   Estimating quotients
4.   Dividing 2-digit numbers
5. Dividing 3-digit numbers
6. Zeros in the quotient
7. Dividing with money
8. Averages, median and range
9. Problem solving
 Choose a strategy
 Choose a method of computation
10.Dividing by multiples of ten
11.Estimating quotients
12.Dividing by tens with remainders
13.Dividing with 2-digit divisors
14.Two digit quotients
15.Dividing money
16.Problem solving:
 Find the hidden quotients
 Interpret the remainder

Unit: Geometry

1. Plane and solid figures
2. Plane figures and polygons
3. Line segments, lines and rays
4. Angles
5. Line relationships
6. Circles
7. Congruent and similar figures
8. Slides, flips and turns
9. Symmetry
10.Solid figures
11.Volume
12.Problem solving:
 Multiple problems
 Make a model
Unit: Understanding fractions and mixed numbers/probabilities

1. Fractions
2. Part of a whole
3. Part of a group
4. Finding a fraction of a number
5. Equivalent fraction
6. Simplest form
7. Comparing fractions
8. Mixed numbers
9. Problem solving
 Act it out
 Choose a strategy
10.Estimating fractions
12.Subtracting fractions with like denominators
13.Adding and subtracting with unlike denominators
15.Connecting fractions and measurement
16.Exploring probability
17.Listing all possibilities
18.Problem solving:
 Make a model
 Choose a strategy

Unit: Decimals

1.   Decimals
2.   Connecting decimals to fractions
3.   Equivalent decimals
4.   Comparing and ordering
5.   Estimation and rounding
6.   Estimating sums and differences
8.   Problem solving
 Choose a strategy
 Estimation
RESOURCES

   Mathematics Plus
   Manipulative
   Teaching resource book
   Standardized format tests
   Testing program
   Assessment/evaluations
   Portfolio assessments
   Homework
   Individual work and participation
   Clocks/calendars

Subject: Language

Unit: Writing

Sub-Unit: Grammar

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Kinds of sentences
2. Simple and compound sentences
3. Subjects and predicates
4. Complete simple and compound subjects/predicates
5. Common and proper nouns
6. Possessive nouns and pronouns
7. Subject pronouns
8. Object pronouns
12.Main verbs and helping verbs
13.Verb tenses
14.Irregular verbs
16.Negatives
Subject: Language

Unit: Writing

Sub-Unit: Forms of Writing

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Narrative writing:
 Stories, mysteries
 Historical texts
 Journals
 Plays
 Tall tales
 Postcards
 Folk tales/fables
2. Expository writing
 Compare and contrast
 Explanations
 Directions
 Friendly letters
 Reviews
 Newspaper reports
3. Descriptive writing:
 Title, captions
 Paragraphs
 Character sketches
4. Persuasive texts:
 Letters
 Texts
 Brochures
 Slogans
 Research reports
 Oral reports
5. Poetry
Unit: Writing

3. Decoding strategies (phonetic/structural)
4. Make internees
5. Synthesize ideas
6. Analyze details
7. Comprehension
8. Compare and contrast
9. Cause and effect
10.Draw conclusions
11.Fact and opinion
12.Purpose and viewpoint
13.Main idea
14.Make generalization and judgment
15.Sequence
16.Summarize
17.Classify and categorize
18.Paraphrase

Unit: Speaking/Listening

1. Participate in cooperative groups
2. Identify guidance and purpose
3. Use a variety of words to convey meaning
4. Describe personal ideas/feelings
5. Summarize stories
6. Entertain others
7. Give directions
8. Share information
9. Compare and contrast
13.Contribute information
14.Visualize
15.Determine problem and solution
16.Interence
17.Identify mood and tone
Unit: Writing

Sub-unit: Punctuation

1. Capitalization
2. Apostrophes
3. Commas
4. Contractions
5. Abbreviations
6. Periods
7. Possessive nouns
8. Quotation marks
10.Titles of works
11.Exclamation and question marks

Unit: Writing

Sub-unit: Spelling

1. Sounds a, i, o, Sounds e, u
2. Plurals/long vowels
3. Words ending ed/ing sounds k, f, 2
4. Sounds s and j, double letters
5. Abbreviations consonant digraphs
6. Sounds ch and th adding ed, ing, er, est
7. Sounds oi and ou
8. Contractions/possessives
9. Sounds ar, or, as, ur
10.Sounds as science words
11.Sounds al and an compound words
12.Syllable patterns/prefixes
13.Suffixes three syllable words
Unit: Writing

Sub-unit: Vocabulary

1. Key words from each text
2. Compound words
3. Structural and contextual clues
4. Homophones
5. Descriptive words
6. Similes and metaphors
7. Personification
8. Synonyms and antonyms
9. Science and social studies vocabulary
10.Acronyms
11.Action words

RESOURCES

   Treasury of Literature (Emerald Forests Anthology)
   Treasury of Literature workbook/handbook
   Harcourt Brace Spelling Workbook
   Grammar Practice workbook
   Assessment:
 evaluations
 individual work
 pre and post tests
 elementary portfolio samples
 speech arts(preparation and performance)
Subject: Science

Unit: Plants (Growing up Green)

Sub-Unit: A

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Energy from the sun
2. How food grows
3. Farming
4. What grows where
5. Cereals
6. Fruits, nuts and vegetables
7. Herbs and spices
8. Drinks from plants
9. Clothing
10.Shelter
11.Decoration
12.Medicines
13.Dyes

Unit: Ocean Ecosystems (Currents & Coastlines)

Sub-Unit: B

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. How big are the oceans?
2. Exploring oceans
3. Exploring salt
4. Ocean motions
5. Rivers: waterways to the oceans
6. Exploring estuaries
7. Tidal communities
8. Mangrove swamps
9. Using oil
10.Oil spills
11.After oil spills
12.Preventing oil spills
Unit: Using Energy and Technology

Sub-Unit: C

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Electric charges
2. Current electricity
3. Telegraphs
4. What is light like?
5. Exploring light
6. Making a periscope
7. What is sound?
8. How sound travels?
9. Making and hearing sounds
10.Computers
11.Communication across distances
12.The future of communication

Unit: Rocks, Minerals and Landforms

Sub-Unit: D

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Exploring rocks and minerals
2. Using rocks and minerals
3. Landforms and maps
4. Weathering
5. Erosion
6. Rock layers and the fossil record
7. Fossils
8. Geologic time
9. Using resource wisely
10.Saving our national parks
Unit: Comparing Ecosystem

Sub-Unit: E

Key Concepts & Skills:

1.   Where are forests found?
2.   Kinds of forests
3.   A forest community
4.   What is soil?
5.   Comparing soil
6.   Leaves roots and stems
7.   Making new plants
8.   Plant defenses and protection

RESOURCES

 Harcourt Brace textbook
 Science log data sheets
 Test and quizzes
 Worksheets
 Assessment:
 evaluations
 individual work
 Investigation
 Homework
Subject: Social Studies

Unit: Land, People and Regions

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. A land of different lands
2. Rivers change the land
3. Elevation map
4. Rich land
5. Climates
6. Land and resource map
7. People and the environments
8. People from many places
9. Decision making
10.A united country
11.National symbols
12.People and the government
13.Understanding regions
14.Longitude and latitude

Unit: Southeast

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1.   Farming on a coastal plain
2.   Growing regions
3.   Causes and effects
4.   Life along a golf coast
5.   Cross-section diagram
6.   Islands and people
7.   Using a rivers energy
8.   Identifying view points
9. Growth of piedmont cities
10.Compare distances on maps
11.Point of view
12.Working in Appalachia

Unit: The Northeast

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Physical features and resources
3. Region of cities
4. Using a population map
5. Compare viewpoints
6. Cities face challenges
7. Solving a problem
8. New England Countryside
9. Fact and opinion
10.Old resources new industries
11.Use a line graph to show changes

Unit: The Middle West

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1.   Farming on the plains
3.   Changes and adapting to land
4.   Identifying time patterns
5.   Farms ranches and cities
7.   Plans around the world
8.   Along the great lakes
9. River transportation
10.Rivers around the world
11.Use a table to group information

Unit: The Southwest

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Land and its resources
2. Southwest long ago
3. Reading a vertical time line
4. A changing region
5. Primary and secondary resources
6. Sharing a river
7. Resolving conflicts
8. Water changes deserts
9. Desert city
10.Time zone map
11.Deserts of the world

Unit: The West

Sub-Unit:

Key Concepts & Skills:

1. Mountains old and new
2. People and mountains
3. Read map and mileage table
4. Using western lands
5. Conclusions and predict outcomes
6. Mountains around the world
7. Along the Pacific Coast
8. Make a generalization
9. Protecting a coastal environment
10.Act as a responsible citizen
11.Americans in the Pacific
12.A map to show movement
RESOURCES

 Harcourt Brace States and Regions text
 States and Regions activity book
 Sheets and own test and quizzes
 Worksheets
 Assessment:
 evaluations
 individual work
 Homework/Research

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