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					                                          BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                     SUBJECT –Writing
                                                          Third Grade
                                           UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                         Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                              Unit 1: The Writing Community

 TIMELINE           NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                                 TEACHER’S                      ASSESSMENTS
                                             OBJECTIVES:                          GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                         Students will be able to                         MATERIALS
                                   Lesson Title 1 Getting Ideas for              Name of Resource and Page #’s          Teacher observation
   5 days      3.3.2.A.1-6,10-13   Writing/Teambuilding                          Being a Writer pp. 4-23               Anecdotal records
               3.3.2.B.1, 4-6                                                    The Pain and the Great One by         Writing Sample
               3.3.2.C.1-5         Objective(s)                                   Judy Blume                             (“Facts About Me”)
               3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8   ● SWBAT hear and discuss good                 About Judy Blume page 21              Peer Conference
                                   writing; generate ideas for writing;          Chart paper and Marker                Teacher-student
                                   learn procedures for writing time;            Student notebooks and folders          conference
                                   write freely about things in which            Small pad of self-stick notes         Portfolios
                                   they are interested; learn about a            Assessment Resource Book
                                   professional author’s writing practice;
                                                                                 6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                   and write about people.
                                                                                 6 Trait Crate
                                                                                 Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                                   Week 1
                                          BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                     SUBJECT –Writing
                                                          Third Grade
                                           UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                         Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                           Unit 1: The Writing Community

 TIMELINE           NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                      ASSESSMENTS
                                             OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                         Students will be able to                      MATERIALS
                                   Lesson Title #2 Getting Ideas from         Name of Resource and Page #’s          Teacher observation
   5 days      3.3.2.A.1-6,10-13   Our Own Lives/Learning About an            Being a Writer pp. 24-59              Anecdotal records
               3.3.2.B.1, 2, 4-6   Author/Exploring a Prewriting              Grandpa’s Face & She Comes            Writing Sample
               3.3.2.C.1-5         Technique                                   Bringing Me That Little Baby           (“Family Member” or
               3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8                                               Girl by Eloise Greenfield              “A Memory”)
                                   Objective(s)                               Things Will Never Be the Same         Peer Conference
                                   ● SWBAT hear and discuss good               & Oliver Button is a Sissy by         Teacher-student
                                   writing; explore prewriting                 Tomie dePaola                          conference
                                   techniques; learn about how a              About Eloise Greenfield page 40       Portfolios
                                   professional author gets ideas from        Chart paper and Marker
                                   his/her own life; write freely about       Student notebooks and folders
                                   things in which they are interested;       Small pad of self-stick notes
                                   write about a family member or a
                                                                              Assessment Resource Book
                                   memory.
                                                                              6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                              6 Trait Crate
                                                                              “Conference Notes” (BLM1)
                                                                              Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                               Week 2
                                          BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                    SUBJECT –Writing
                                                         Third Grade
                                          UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                        Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                            Unit 1: The Writing Community

 TIMELINE           NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                               TEACHER’S                       ASSESSMENTS
                                             OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                         Students will be able to                       MATERIALS
                                   Lesson Title #3 Getting Ideas from          Name of Resource and Page #’s           Teacher observation
   5 days      3.3.2.A.1-6,10-13   Nonfiction/ Pattern Books/ Stories          Being a Writer pp. 60-97               Anecdotal records
               3.3.2.B.1, 3-6      Based on Facts                              Silver Seeds by Paul Paolilli and      Writing Sample
               3.3.2.C.1-5                                                      Dan Brewer                              (“Nonfiction Acrostic
               3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 9   Objective(s)                                Oceans and Seas by Nicola               Poem”)
                                   ● SWBAT hear and discuss factual             Davies                                 Peer Conference
                                   and nonfiction writing; hear and            Atlantic by G. Brian Karas             Teacher-student
                                   discuss pattern books, alphabet books       Chart paper and Marker                  conference
                                   and poems; explore prewriting               Student notebooks and folders          Portfolios
                                   techniques; write freely about things       Small pad of self-stick notes
                                   that interest them; and write a
                                                                               Assessment Resource Book
                                   nonfiction acrostic poem.
                                                                               6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                               6 Trait Crate
                                                                               Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                                  Week 3
                                          BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                     SUBJECT –Writing
                                                           Third Grade
                                           UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                         Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                            Unit 1: The Writing Community

 TIMELINE           NJCCCS                 SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                      ASSESSMENTS
                                             OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                         Students will be able to                       MATERIALS
                                   Lesson Title #4 Getting Ideas for           Name of Resource and Page #’s          Teacher observation
   5 days      3.3.2.A.1-6,10-13   Sensory Details/Getting Ideas and           Being a Writer pp. 98-114             Anecdotal records
               3.3.2.B.1, 5-6      Sharing                                     Hello Ocean by Pam Munoz              Writing Sample
               3.3.2.C.1-5                                                      Ryan                                   (“Sensory Writing”)
               3.3.2.D.1-4, 6      Objective(s)                                In November by Cynthia Rylant         Peer Conference
                                   ● SWBAT hear and discuss good               Chart paper and Marker                Teacher-student
                                   writing; use sensory details in their       Student notebooks and folders          conference
                                   writing; write about things that            Small pad of self-stick notes         Portfolios
                                   interest them; and sensory writing.         Student Writing Handbook, pg 2        Portfolio Assessment
                                                                               Assessment Resource Book              Published Works
                                                                               6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics       Display
                                                                               6 Trait Crate
                                                                               Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                                 Week 4
                                           BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                      SUBJECT –Writing
                                                           Third Grade
                                            UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                          Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                                Unit 2: The Writing Process

 TIMELINE           NJCCCS                  SKILLS/ CONTENT                                 TEACHER’S                      ASSESSMENTS
                                              OBJECTIVES:                            GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                           Students will be able to                         MATERIALS
                                    Lesson Title #1 Selecting,                     Name of Resource and Page #’s          Teacher observation
   5 days      3.3.2.A.1-6, 10-13   Completing, Analyzing and Revising             Being a Writer pp. 118-138            Anecdotal records
               3.3.2.B.1, 4-6       Drafts                                         More About Judy Blume page            Writing Sample
               3.3.2.C.1-5                                                          136-137                                (“Narrative Text”)
               3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8    Objective(s)                                   The Pain and the Great One by         Peer Conference
                                    ● SWBAT review their recent drafts              Judy Blume                            Teacher-student
                                    and select one to develop and publish;         Transparency of your own work          conference
                                    reread their writing critically; add            (“Do Ahead” on pg 119) or             Portfolios
                                    sensory details to their writing; revise        transparency of “Sample First
                                    their writing with input from others;           Draft” (BLM2-3)
                                    confer with one another and the                Chart paper and Marker
                                    teacher; and narrative text revised for        Student notebooks and folders
                                    sensory details.                               Small pad of self-stick notes
                                                                                   Assessment Resource Book
                                                                                   6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                                   6 Trait Crate
                                                                                   Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                                     Week 5
                                             BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                        SUBJECT –Writing
                                                              Third Grade
                                              UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                                Unit 2: The Writing Process

TIMELINE           NJCCCS                 SKILLS/ CONTENT                                  TEACHER’S                      ASSESSMENTS
                                             OBJECTIVES:                           GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
                                         Students will be able to                         MATERIALS
                                      Lesson Title #2 Analyzing and              Name of Resource and Page #’s           Teacher observation
   5 days    3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-6, 9-13   Revising Drafts                          Being a Writer pp. 139-154               Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6                                                    Transparency of your own revised         Writing Sample
             3.3.2.C.1-5              Objective(s)                              writing or revised transparency of        (“Narrative Text”)
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        ● SWBAT analyze and revise                “Sample First Draft”                     Peer Conference
                                      their drafts; generate alternatives      The Pain and the Great One by Judy       Teacher-student
                                      for overused words; look for              Blume                                     conference
                                      confusing or extraneous                  Grandpa’s Face by Eloise Greenfield      Portfolios
                                      information in their drafts;             In November by Cynthia Rylant
                                      explore strong opening                   Atlantic by G. Brian Karas
                                      sentences; confer with one               Chart paper and Marker
                                      another and the teacher; and
                                                                               Student nb, folders & lined paper
                                      narrative text revised with
                                      alternatives for overused words.         Assessment Resource Book
                                                                               6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                               6 Trait Crate
                                                                               Writer’s Checklist
                                                                               Student Writing Handbook
                                                                                                                                    Week 6
                                           BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                     SUBJECT –Writing
                                                            Third Grade
                                            UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                         Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                          Unit 2: The Writing Process

TIMELINE         NJCCCS           SKILLS/ CONTENT                  TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                       ASSESSMENTS
                                      OBJECTIVES:                           MATERIALS
                                 Students will be able to
                                Lesson Title #3                           Name of Resource and Page #’s              Teacher
  5 days    3.3.2.A.1-7, 9-13   Proofreading and                  Being a Writer pp. 155-172                         observation
            3.3.2.B.1-2, 4-6    Publishing                        Student Writing Handbook                          Anecdotal records
            3.3.2.C.1-5                                           Transparency of “Proofreading Notes” (BLM19)      Published Piece
            3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8   Objective(s)                      The Pain and the Great One by Judy Blume           (“Narrative Text”)
                                ● SWBAT learn procedures          Grandpa’s Face & She Comes Bringing Me That       Peer Conference
                                for proofreading their             Little Baby Girl by Eloise Greenfield             Teacher-student
                                writing; write their final        Other books from Unit 1                            conference
                                versions and publish them         Chart paper and Marker                            Portfolios
                                as books; present their                                                           
                                                                  Student nb, folders, Lined & unlined paper         Portfolio
                                books to the class from the
                                                                  Writer’s Checklist                                 Assessment
                                Author’s Chair; confer with
                                                                  Assessment Resource Book                          Published Works
                                one another and the teacher;
                                and publish a narrative           6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                   Display
                                text.                             6 Trait Crate
                                                                  Art supplies for illustration
                                                                  Chair for Author’s Chair

                                                                                                                              Week 7
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                              Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                              Unit 3: Genre: Personal Narrative

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                 TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                         ASSESSMENTS
                                          OBJECTIVES:                           MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #1                         Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-7, 10, 12-13   Exploring and Drafting          Being a Writer pp. 174-193                           observation
             3.3.2.B.2, 4-6           Personal Narrative              Grandma’s Records by Eric Velasquez                 Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                              Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir by            Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        Objective(s)                     Eloise Greenfield and Lessie Jones Little            (“Personal
                                      ● SWBAT hear and                Grandpa’s Face & She Comes Bringing Me That          Narrative”)
                                      discuss personal                 Little Baby Girl by Eloise Greenfield               Peer Conference
                                      narrative; generate             Chart paper and Marker                              Teacher-student
                                      writing ideas from their        Student notebooks and folders                        conference
                                      own lives; visualize            Assessment Resource Book                            Portfolios
                                      sensory details; and draft
                                                                      6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                      personal narratives,
                                                                      6 Trait Crate
                                      focusing on interesting
                                      events or topics from           Writer’s Checklist
                                      their own lives.                Small pad of self-stick notes
                                                                       “Conference Notes” (BLM1)
                                                                      Transparency of excerpt from Childtimes (BLM4)
                                                                      Student Writing Handbook
                                                                                                                                    Week 8
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                              Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                               Unit 3: Genre: Personal Narrative

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                           ASSESSMENTS
                                          OBJECTIVES:                          MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #2                        Name of Resource and Page #’s                  Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-7, 10, 12-13   Exploring and Drafting         Being a Writer pp. 194-216                             observation
             3.3.2.B.2, 4-6           Personal Narrative             Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir by              Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                              Eloise Greenfield                                     Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        Objective(s)                   “First Day of School,” “Believing in Myself” and       (“Personal
                                      ● SWBAT hear, discuss           “How I Saved a Dog’s Life” pp. 212-216                 Narrative”)
                                      and draft personal             Assessment Resource Book                              Peer Conference
                                      narratives; explore            Chart paper and Marker                                Teacher-student
                                      sensory details; generate      Student notebooks and folders                          conference
                                      writing ideas from their       6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                      Portfolios
                                      own lives; learn about a
                                                                     6 Trait Crate
                                      professional author’s
                                                                     Writer’s Checklist
                                      writing practice; and
                                      write about an                 Small pad of self-stick notes
                                      interesting incident from
                                      their own lives.
                                                                                                                                     Week 9
                                            BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                       SUBJECT –Writing
                                                            Third Grade
                                             UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                           Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                             Unit 3: Genre: Personal Narrative

TIMELINE         NJCCCS            SKILLS/ CONTENT                  TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                         ASSESSMENTS
                                      OBJECTIVES:                            MATERIALS
                                  Students will be able to
                                 Lesson Title #3 Selecting,                Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days    3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-7, 9- Analyzing, Completing and         Being a Writer pp. 217-232                           observation
            10, 12-13            Revising Drafts                   Chart paper and Marker                              Anecdotal records
                                                                   Student notebooks and folders                       Writing Sample
            3.3.2.B.2, 4-6       Objective(s)                      6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                     (“Personal
                                 ● SWBAT review their              6 Trait Crate                                        Narrative”)
            3.3.2.C.1-5          drafts and select one to          Writer’s Checklist                                  Peer Conference
                                 develop, revise, proofread        Small pad of self-stick notes                       Teacher-student
            3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8    and publish; add sensory
                                                                   Transparency of your own personal narrative or       conference
                                 details to their writing;                                                           
                                                                    transparency of “Sample Personal Narrative”          Portfolios
                                 explore strong opening
                                                                    (BLM5-6)
                                 sentences; confer with one
                                                                   Transparency of “Opening Sentences from Four
                                 another and the teacher;
                                 and personal narrative             Personal Narratives” (BLM7)
                                 revised with sensory details      Assessment Resource Book
                                 and strong openings.              Student Writing Handbook, page 4
                                                                                                                                Week 10
                                               BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                             SUBJECT –Writing
                                                                  Third Grade
                                                UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                                  Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                                  Unit 3: Genre: Personal Narrative

TIMELINE     NJCCCS           SKILLS/ CONTENT                     TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS                        ASSESSMENTS
                                 OBJECTIVES:
                             Students will be able to
                           Lesson Title #4 Self-                                Name of Resource and Page #’s                      Teacher
  5 days    3.3.2.A.1-     Assessing, Proofreading and             Being a Writer pp. 233-251                                      observation
            2, 5-7, 9-13   Publishing                              “Self-Assessment Questions” chart (Do Ahead, p. 233)           Anecdotal
                                                                   Revised transparency of own personal narrative or “Sample       records
            3.3.2.B.2,     Objective(s)                             Personal Narrative” (BLM5-6)                                   Published Piece
            4-6            ● SWBAT assess their own                Transparency of “Proofreading Notes” (BLM19)                    (“Personal
                           writing; proofread for                  Student Writing Handbook                                        Narrative”)
            3.3.2.C.1-5    spelling, grammar and                   Small pad of self-stick notes                                  Peer
                           punctuation; write their final          (optional) Read-aloud books from Unit 3                         Conference
            3.3.2.D.1-     version and publish it in a                                                                          
                                                                   (optional) Computers for word processing                        Teacher-
            4, 6, 8        class book; present their
                                                                   Student nb, folders, Lined & unlined paper                      student
                           personal narrative to the class                                                                          conference
                           from the Author’s Chair;                Writer’s Checklist
                                                                   Assessment Resource Book                                       Portfolios
                           confer with one another and                                                                             Portfolio
                           the teacher; and publish                6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                   6 Trait Crate                                                   Assessment
                           personal narrative.
                                                                   Art supplies for illustration                                  Published
                                                                   Chair for Author’s Chair                                        Works Display

                                                                                                                                       Week 11
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                        SUBJECT –Writing
                                                            Third Grade
                                              UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                            Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                           Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT               TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                     ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                        MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #1                       Name of Resource and Page #’s            Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-7, 10, 12-13   Exploring and Drafting        Being a Writer pp. 258-276                       observation
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6           Fiction                       Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester               Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                            If You Were a Writer by Joan Lowery Nixon       Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        Objective(s)                  Read Aloud Fiction Books from Unit 1             (“Fiction: Realistic
                                      ● SWBAT hear, discuss         Assessment Resource Book                         or Fantasy”)
                                      fiction; informally           “Conference Notes” (BLM1)                       Peer Conference
                                      explore elements of           Chart paper and Marker                          Teacher-student
                                      fiction; generate and
                                                                    Student notebooks and folders                    conference
                                      quick-write ideas for                                                       
                                                                    6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                 Portfolios
                                      fiction; and draft
                                      realistic fiction or          6 Trait Crate
                                      fantasy pieces                Writer’s Checklist
                                                                    Small pad of self-stick notes

                                                                                                                              Week 12
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                               Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                              Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                               Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                 TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                        ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                          MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #2 Drafting                Name of Resource and Page #’s               Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-8, 10, 12-13   Fiction                         Being a Writer pp. 276-295                          observation
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6                                           Cherries and Cherry Pits by Vera B. Williams       Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5              Objective(s)                    Julius, the Baby of the World by Kevin Henkes      Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        ● SWBAT hear, discuss           Transparency of “Excerpts from Cherries and         (“Fiction: Realistic
                                      and draft fiction; explore       Cherry Pits” (BLM8-9)                               or Fantasy”)
                                      how character is                Student Writing Handbook, pp. 5-6                  Peer Conference
                                      developed in stories;           Assessment Resource Book                           Teacher-student
                                      generate and quick-write        Chart paper and Marker                              conference
                                      ideas for fiction;                                                               
                                                                      Student notebooks and folders                       Portfolios
                                      cultivate creativity in
                                                                      6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                      their writing; and draft
                                      realistic fiction or            6 Trait Crate
                                      fantasy pieces.                 Writer’s Checklist
                                                                      Small pad of self-stick notes

                                                                                                                                   Week 13
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                               Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                              Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                              Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                 TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                          MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #3 Drafting                Name of Resource and Page #’s             Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-8, 10, 12-13   Fiction                         Being a Writer pp. 296-312                        observation
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6                                           The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch          Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5              Objective(s)                    Boundless Grace by Mary Hoffman                  Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 8        ● SWBAT hear, discuss           Scarecrow by Cynthia Rylant                       (“Fiction: Realistic
                                      and draft fiction; explore      Assessment Resource Book                          or Fantasy”)
                                      how character is                Chart paper and Marker                           Peer Conference
                                      developed in stories;           Student notebooks and folders                    Teacher-student
                                      generate and quick write
                                                                      6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                  conference
                                      ideas for fiction;                                                             
                                                                      6 Trait Crate                                     Portfolios
                                      cultivate creativity in
                                      their writing; and draft        Writer’s Checklist
                                      realistic fiction or            Small pad of self-stick notes
                                      fantasy pieces focusing
                                      on character
                                      development.
                                                                                                                                 Week 14
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                               Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                              Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                                  Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE          NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                        TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                  ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                                  MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                  Lesson Title #4 Selecting,                       Name of Resource and Page #’s            Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-10,   Analyzing, Completing, and                   Being a Writer pp. 314-334                   observation
             12-13                Revising Drafts of Fiction                   “About Kevin Henkes” page 334               Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6                                                    Transparency of own fiction writing or      Writing Sample
             3.3.2.C.1-5          Objective(s)                                  transparency of “Sample Fiction Draft”       (“Fiction: Realistic
             3.3.2.D.1-6, 8       ● SWBAT review their fiction                  (BLM10-12)                                   or Fantasy”)
                                  drafts and select one to develop,            Assessment Resource Book                    Peer Conference
                                  revise, proofread and publish;               Chart paper and Marker                      Teacher-student
                                  learn about a professional author’s          Student notebooks and folders                conference
                                  writing process; analyze their               6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics            Portfolios
                                  drafts and think of ways to
                                                                               6 Trait Crate
                                  develop characters and plot;
                                                                               Writer’s Checklist
                                  cultivate creativity in their writing;
                                  confer with one another and the              Small pad of self-stick notes
                                  teacher; and revise a realistic
                                  fiction or fantasy piece focusing
                                  on character and plot
                                  development.
                                                                                                                                     Week 15
                                               BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                          SUBJECT –Writing
                                                                 Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                                 Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                                  Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE        NJCCCS             SKILLS/ CONTENT                      TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                            ASSESSMENTS
                                     OBJECTIVES:                                 MATERIALS
                                 Students will be able to
                               Lesson Title #5 Writing                         Name of Resource and Page #’s                   Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-   Second Drafts of Fiction and           Being a Writer pp. 335-352                               observation
             10, 12-13         Self-Assessing                         Read Alouds from Unit 4                                 Anecdotal records
                                                                      Assessment Resource Book                                Writing Sample
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6    Objective(s)                           Chart paper and Marker                                   (“Fiction: Realistic
                               ● SWBAT assess their own               Revised transparency of own fiction writing or of        or Fantasy”)
             3.3.2.C.1-5       writing; analyze their drafts           “Sample Fiction Draft” (BLM10-12)                       Peer Conference
                               and think of ways to develop           Transparency of “Excerpts from Julius, the Baby of      Teacher-student
             3.3.2.D.1-6, 8    the setting; develop a second           the World” (BLM13-14) and “Excerpts from Tacky           conference
                               draft of their story,                   the Penguin” (BLM15-16)                                 Portfolios
                               integrating revisions; explore         “Self-Assessment Ques.” chart (Do Ahead, p. 335)
                               verbs and adverbs; confer
                                                                      Student Writing Handbook, pp. 7-10
                               with one another and the
                               teacher; and revise a realistic        Student nb, folders, lined and unlined paper
                               fiction or fantasy piece,              6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                               focusing on development of             6 Trait Crate
                               the setting.                           Writer’s Checklist
                                                                      Small pad of self-stick notes
                                                                                                                                        Week 16
                                         BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                   SUBJECT –Writing
                                                        Third Grade
                                          UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                       Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                          Unit 4: Genre: Fiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS         SKILLS/ CONTENT                TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                        ASSESSMENTS
                                     OBJECTIVES:                          MATERIALS
                                 Students will be able to
                                 Lesson Title #6                        Name of Resource and Page #’s               Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-13   Completing Second              Being a Writer pp. 353-370                          observation
             3.3.2.B.1, 4-6      Drafts, Proofreading and       Student Writing Handbook, page 11                  Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5         Publishing Fiction             Transparencies of “Speech Punctuation in 2         Published Piece
             3.3.2.D.1-6, 8                                      Stories” (BLM17) and “Unpunctuated Fiction          (“Fiction: Realistic
                                 Objective(s)                    Samples” (BLM18)                                    or Fantasy”)
                                 ● SWBAT proofread              Assessment Resource Book                           Peer Conference
                                 their second drafts for        Chart paper and Marker                             Teacher-student
                                 spelling and punctuation;      Student notebooks, folders, lined and unlined       conference
                                 learn how to punctuate          paper                                              Portfolios
                                 speech; write their final      Art supplies for illustration                      Portfolio
                                 version and publish it as
                                                                (optional) Computers for word processing            Assessment
                                 a book; present their
                                                                6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                   Published Works
                                 books to the class from
                                 the Author’s Chair;            6 Trait Crate                                       Display
                                 confer with one another        Writer’s Checklist
                                 and the teacher; and           Small pad of self-stick notes
                                 publish a fiction piece.       Chair for Author’s Chair
                                                                                                                             Week 17
                                               BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                           SUBJECT –Writing
                                                                Third Grade
                                                UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                               Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                          Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE          NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                      TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                                MATERIALS
                                       Students will be able to
                                    Lesson Title #1 Exploring                       Name of Resource and Page #’s                 Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-3, 5-6, 9-   Nonfiction                              Being a Writer pp. 376-395                            observation
             10, 12-13                                                      Have You Seen Bugs? by Joanne Oppenheim              Anecdotal
             3.3.2.B.3-6            Objective(s)                            A Pack of Wolves by Richard and Louise                records
             3.3.2.C.1-5            ● SWBAT hear and discuss                 Spilsbury                                            Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6-7, 9    expository nonfiction; explore          Reptiles by Melissa Stewart                           (“Animal
                                    different ways to organize and          The Furry Animal Alphabet Book by Jerry               Questions and
                                    present information in                   Pallotta                                              Answers”)
                                    nonfiction; begin reading and           Nonfiction books from Unit 1                         Peer
                                    writing about animals that              Collected nonfiction texts (Do Ahead, page 377)       Conference
                                    interest them; cultivate curiosity                                                         
                                                                            Assessment Resource Book                              Teacher-
                                    about nonfiction topics related
                                                                            Chart paper and Marker                                student
                                    to animals; and write questions                                                                conference
                                    and answers related to animal           Student notebooks and folders
                                                                            6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                     Portfolios
                                    nonfiction texts.
                                                                            6 Trait Crate
                                                                            Writer’s Checklist
                                                                            Small pad of self-stick notes
                                                                                                                                      Week 18
                                               BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                          SUBJECT –Writing
                                                               Third Grade
                                                UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                              Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                         Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS                  SKILLS/ CONTENT                    TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                   ASSESSMENTS
                                              OBJECTIVES:                              MATERIALS
                                          Students will be able to
                                       Lesson Title #2 Exploring                  Name of Resource and Page #’s             Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-3, 5-6, 8-10,   Nonfiction, Meeting an Author          Being a Writer pp. 396-416                    observation
             12-13                     and Pair Conferring                    Into the Sea by Brenda Z. Guiberson          Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.3-6                                                      Little Panda and Where Butterflies Grow      Writing Sample
             3.3.2.C.1-5               Objective(s)                            by Joanne Ryder                               (“Story from an
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6-7, 9       ● SWBAT hear and discuss               Collected animal nonfiction texts             Animal’s Point of
                                       expository nonfiction; think           “About Joanne Ryder” p. 415                   View”)
                                       about different ways to                Assessment Resource Book                     Peer Conference
                                       organize and present                   Chart paper and Marker                       Teacher-student
                                       information in nonfiction; learn
                                                                              Student notebooks and folders                 conference
                                       about a professional author’s                                                     
                                                                              6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics              Portfolios
                                       writing practice; read and write
                                       about animals that interest            6 Trait Crate
                                       them; cultivate and express            Writer’s Checklist
                                       curiosity; and write a story           Small pad of self-stick notes
                                       from an animal’s point of view.
                                                                                                                                    Week 19
                                           BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                      SUBJECT –Writing
                                                           Third Grade
                                            UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                          Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                      Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                    TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                           OBJECTIVES:                             MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                   Lesson Title #3 Selecting                  Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-10, 12-13   Topics, Researching, Taking            Being a Writer pp. 417-434                       observation
             3.3.2.B.3-6           Notes and Pair Conferring              Collected animal nonfiction texts               Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                                  Sources of information about your animal        Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6-7, 9   Objective(s)                            (Do Ahead, page 417)                             (“Notes on
                                   ● SWBAT select an animal to            Assessment Resource Book                         Animal”)
                                   research and write about; do           “Conference Notes” (BLM1)                       Peer Conference
                                   pre-research writing about their       Chart paper and Marker                          Teacher-student
                                   animals; identify and use              Student notebooks, folders and lined paper       conference
                                   various sources of information;                                                      
                                                                          Index cards and rubber bands                     Portfolios
                                   take notes in their own words;
                                                                          6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                   cultivate curiosity; and write
                                   notes on animal of their choice.       6 Trait Crate
                                                                          Writer’s Checklist
                                                                          Small pad of self-stick notes

                                                                                                                                   Week 20
                                           BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                      SUBJECT –Writing
                                                           Third Grade
                                            UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                          Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                      Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                    TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                          OBJECTIVES:                              MATERIALS
                                      Students will be able to
                                   Lesson Title #4 Researching,               Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-10, 12-13   Taking and Organizing Notes,           Being a Writer pp. 435-454                       observation
             3.3.2.B.3-6           Drafting and Pair Conferring           Collected animal nonfiction texts               Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                                  Your research notes (Do Ahead, page 435)        Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6-7, 9   Objective(s)                           Assessment Resource Book                         (“Animal
                                   ● SWBAT use various sources            Chart paper and Marker                           Informational
                                   of information to research an          Index cards, rubber bands and paper clips        Piece”)
                                   animal; take notes in their own        Student notebooks, folders and lined paper      Peer Conference
                                   words; organize their notes in                                                       
                                                                          6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                 Teacher-student
                                   preparation for writing; draft
                                                                          6 Trait Crate                                    conference
                                   nonfiction informational pieces;                                                     
                                   confer with one another and the        Writer’s Checklist                               Portfolios
                                   teacher; and draft an                  Small pad of self-stick notes
                                   informational piece of writing.
                                                                                                                                   Week 21
                                         BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                    SUBJECT –Writing
                                                         Third Grade
                                          UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                        Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                   Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE           NJCCCS            SKILLS/ CONTENT                   TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                        OBJECTIVES:                             MATERIALS
                                    Students will be able to
                                 Lesson Title #5 Drafting, Pair            Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-13   and Group Conferring, &               Being a Writer pp. 455-472                       observation
             3.3.2.B.3-6         Analyzing and Revising Drafts         Reptiles by Melissa Stewart                     Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                               Assessment Resource Book                        Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-7, 9      Objective(s)                          Student Writing Handbook, page 12                (“Animal
                                 ● SWBAT finish drafting their         Completed draft of your informational            Informational
                                 informational pieces; explore          piece (Do Ahead, page 455)                       Piece”)
                                 and integrate expository text         Chart paper and Marker                          Peer Conference
                                 features into their pieces;           Student notebooks, folders and lined paper      Teacher-student
                                 explore strong opening
                                                                       6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                 conference
                                 sentences; revise their writing                                                     
                                                                       6 Trait Crate                                    Portfolios
                                 with input from others; confer
                                 with one another and the              Writer’s Checklist
                                 teacher; and revise draft of          Small pad of self-stick notes
                                 informational piece with focus
                                 on opening sentences.
                                                                                                                                Week 22
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                              Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                        Unit 5: Genre: Expository Nonfiction

TIMELINE        NJCCCS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                  TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                           ASSESSMENTS
                                        OBJECTIVES:                            MATERIALS
                                    Students will be able to
                                 Lesson Title #6 Writing                   Name of Resource and Page #’s                    Teacher observation
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-13   Final Versions, Proofreading        Being a Writer pp. 314-334                            Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.3-6         and Publishing                      Read alouds from Unit 5                               Published Piece
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                             Other books about animals with tables of               (Animal
             3.3.2.D.1-7, 9      Objective(s)                         contents (Do Ahead, page 471)                          Informational Piece”)
                                 ● SWBAT write a table of            Transparencies of “Unpunctuated Nonfiction            Peer Conference
                                 contents; proofread for              Passages” (BLM20-21)                                  Teacher-student
                                 spelling, grammar and               Assessment Resource Book                               conference
                                 punctuation error; write final      Student Writing Handbook, pages 13-14                 Portfolios
                                 versions of their                   Chart paper and Marker                                Portfolio Assessment
                                 informational piece to the
                                                                     Art supplies for illustration                         Published Works
                                 class from the Author’s
                                                                     Student nb, folders, lined and unlined paper           Display
                                 Chair; confer with one
                                 another and the teacher; and        (Optional) Computers for word processing
                                 publish informational piece.        6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics & 6 Trait Crate
                                                                     Writer’s Checklist
                                                                     Small pad of self-stick notes
                                                                     Two chairs for Author’s Chair Sharing
                                                                                                                                      Week 23
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                               Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                        Unit 6: Genre: Functional Writing

TIMELINE         NJCCCS             SKILLS/ CONTENT                      TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                         ASSESSMENTS
                                       OBJECTIVES:                                MATERIALS
                                   Students will be able to
                                Lesson Title #1 Exploring                      Name of Resource and Page #’s                 Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-6, 10,   Functional Writing                      Being a Writer pp. 494-500                           observation
             12-13                                                      Kitten Care by Kim Dennis-Bryan                     Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.3-6        Objective(s)                            My Pet Puppy by Marilyn Baillie                     Writing Sample
             3.3.2.C.1-5        ● SWBAT hear, read and                  1-2-3 Draw Ocean Life by Freddie Levin               (“Directions for
             3.3.2.D.1-7, 9     discuss functional writing;             Collection of functional writing (Do Ahead,          Drawing Simple
                                explore how information is               page 495)                                            Animals”)
                                communicated in functional              Chart with directions for gathering (Do Ahead,      Peer Conference
                                writing; list ideas for functional       page 495)                                           Teacher-student
                                writing; discuss, follow, and           (optional) Collected drawing books (Do Ahead,        conference
                                write directions; and write              page 495)                                           Portfolios
                                directions for drawing simple
                                                                        Transparency of “Dolphin” (BLM22)
                                animals.
                                                                        Chart paper and Marker
                                                                        Assessment Resource Book
                                                                        Student nb, folders and drawing paper
                                                                        6 Trait Rubric for writing/ 6 Trait Crate
                                                                        Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                                     Week 24
                                              BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                         SUBJECT –Writing
                                                              Third Grade
                                               UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                             Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                     Unit 6: Genre: Functional Writing

TIMELINE           NJCCCS                 SKILLS/ CONTENT                 TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                  ASSESSMENTS
                                              OBJECTIVES:                          MATERIALS
                                         Students will be able to
                                      Lesson Title #2 Exploring               Name of Resource and Page #’s            Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-6, 10, 12-13   Functional Writing, Selecting       Being a Writer pp. 515-532                   observation
             3.3.2.B.3-6              Topics, Drafting and Revising       Transparencies of “Dolphin” (BLM22),        Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                                   “Puzzle Sticks” (BLM27), & “Putting on      Writing Sample
             3.3.2.D.1-6, 9           Objective(s)                         Your Shoes and Socks” (BLM28)                (“Directions on
                                      ● SWBAT hear, read and              “Conference Notes” (BLM1)                    Something They
                                      discuss functional writing;         Collection of Functional Writing             Know How To
                                      explore sequence and                12 craft sticks per student and 12 for       Do”)
                                      completeness in functional           teacher                                     Peer Conference
                                      writing; discuss, follow, and       Chart paper and Marker                      Teacher-student
                                      write directions for how to         Student nb, folders, drawing and lined       conference
                                      make a puzzle; and write             paper                                       Portfolios
                                      directions on something that
                                                                          Markers, tape and rubber bands
                                      they know how to do well.
                                                                          6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                          6 Trait Crate
                                                                          Writer’s Checklist
                                                                                                                               Week 25
                                             BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                       SUBJECT –Writing
                                                            Third Grade
                                              UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                           Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                                        Unit 6: Genre: Functional Writing

TIMELINE           NJCCCS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                    TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                            OBJECTIVES:                              MATERIALS
                                        Students will be able to
                                     Lesson Title #3 Group                      Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-2, 5-6, 10-   Conferring, Revising,                  Being a Writer pp. 533-548                       observation
             13                      Proofreading and Publishing            Assessment Resource Book                        Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.B.3-6                                                    Student Writing Handbook                        Published Piece
             3.3.2.C.1-5             Objective(s)                           Chart paper and Marker                           (“Directions on
             3.3.2.D.1-6, 9          ● SWBAT review directions              Student notebooks, folders and lined paper       Something They
                                     for sequence, completeness,            (optional) Computers for word processing         Know How To
                                     accuracy and clarity; proofread        6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics                 Do”)
                                     their drafts for spelling,
                                                                            6 Trait Crate                                   Peer Conference
                                     punctuation and grammar; write                                                       
                                                                            Writer’s Checklist                               Teacher-student
                                     a final version of their                                                                 conference
                                     directions; present their              2 chairs for Author’s Chair sharing
                                                                                                                             Portfolios
                                     directions to the class from the                                                        Portfolio
                                     Author’s Chair; and revise and                                                           Assessment
                                     publish their directions.
                                                                                                                             Published Works
                                                                                                                              Display
                                                                                                                                      Week 26
                                          BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                    SUBJECT –Writing
                                                         Third Grade
                                           UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                        Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                                    Unit 7: Genre: Revisiting the Writing Community

TIMELINE           NJCCCS             SKILLS/ CONTENT                   TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL                      ASSESSMENTS
                                          OBJECTIVES:                            MATERIALS
                                     Students will be able to
                                  Lesson Title #1 Reflecting on             Name of Resource and Page #’s                Teacher
  5 days     3.3.2.A.1-6, 10-13   and Planning for Writing;             Being a Writer pp. 550-566                       observation
             3.3.2.B.2-6          Reflecting on Community               “Writing Habits of Professional Authors”        Anecdotal records
             3.3.2.C.1-5                                                 (page 566)                                      Published Piece
             3.3.2.D.1-4, 6, 9    Objective(s)                          Student’s published writings returned to         (“Letter to Next
                                  ● SWBAT review their writing           them (Do Ahead, page 551)                        Year’s Students”)
                                  from the year; reflect on their       Assessment Resource Book                        Peer Conference
                                  growth as writers; plan their         Student Writing Handbook                        Teacher-student
                                  summer writing; and write to          “Conference Notes” (BLM1)                        conference
                                  next year’s class about how to        Chart paper and Marker                          Portfolios
                                  be a good writer.                                                                   
                                                                        Student notebooks, folders and lined paper       Portfolio
                                                                        Highlighters (1 per student)                     Presentation
                                                                        6 Trait/Holistic Scoring Rubrics
                                                                        6 Trait Crate
                                                                        Writer’s Checklist
                                                                        Small pad of self-stick notes

                                                                                                                                 Week 27
                                   BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                             SUBJECT –Writing
                                                 Third Grade
                                   UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                     Unit

TIMELINE          NJCCCS       SKILLS/ CONTENT           TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL          ASSESSMENTS
                                  OBJECTIVES:                     MATERIALS
                              Students will be able to
                           Lesson Title #                      Name of Resource and Page #’s
  5 days
                           Objective(s)




                                                                                                      Week
                                   BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                             SUBJECT –Writing
                                                 Third Grade
                                   UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                     Unit

TIMELINE          NJCCCS       SKILLS/ CONTENT           TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL          ASSESSMENTS
                                  OBJECTIVES:                     MATERIALS
                              Students will be able to
                           Lesson Title #                      Name of Resource and Page #’s
  5 days
                           Objective(s)




                                                                                                      Week
                                   BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                             SUBJECT –Writing
                                                 Third Grade
                                   UNIT/LESSON PACING CHART
                                                Being a Writer

Course: Writing Grade 3                                     Unit

TIMELINE          NJCCCS       SKILLS/ CONTENT           TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL          ASSESSMENTS
                                  OBJECTIVES:                     MATERIALS
                              Students will be able to
                           Lesson Title #                      Name of Resource and Page #’s
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