Welcome to the 3rd grade

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Welcome to the 3rd grade

  1. 1. Welcome to the 3rd grade<br />Mrs. Drake<br />Room<br />Alabama elementary School<br />
  2. 2. 3rd grade friendly letter writing <br />Essential question- Why letter writing?<br />Unit question-what will my child learn from this?<br />Content question-how will making a letter writhing help with grammer?<br />
  3. 3. Summary of letter writing<br />I will use charts, worksheets, and websites to orient students about the five parts of a friendly letter.<br />Demonstrate literal understanding of print material. EL(3) 19. Demonstrate vocabulary growth developed through reading and listening to literature. EL(3) 20.<br />Use the writing process with guidance when composing different forms of written expression. EL(3) 21<br />. Know and apply principles of grammar and usage in writing, speaking, and presenting and apply mechanics in writing. EL(3) 27.<br />Write meaningful simple sentences and short paragraphs. EL(3) 28. Spell correctly in final written products. ELA(3) 3.<br />Use a wide range of strategies, including using context clues and predicting outcomes, to comprehend third-grade recreational reading materials in a variety of genres. ELA(3) 9. Compose narrative texts using an introductory paragraph, specific time frames, clear sequencing of events, and a conclusion. ELA(3) <br />10. Apply mechanics in writing, including capitalization of proper nouns and titles of people and appropriate end marks, abbreviations, and commas with dates. TC2(3-5) <br />8. Collect information from a variety of digital sources.<br />
  4. 4. Role of teacher/student<br />The teacher will use an instructional chart for writing a friendly letter to introduce the lesson, emphasizing the five parts of a letter (heading, greeting, body, closing, and signature) and their structure.<br />Student should be able to write sentences using correct language and grammar.<br />Procedures/Activities:1.)The teacher will use an instructional chart for writing a friendly letter to introduce the lesson, emphasizing the five parts of a letter (heading, greeting, body, closing, and signature) and their structure.<br />2.)The students will use note cards and paper to physically place parts of the letter in the correct position.<br />
  5. 5. Role of Parent<br />To encourage the student<br />To work with student on grammar<br />To help students with daily writing assignments <br />To make sure all homework is done everyday.<br />
  6. 6. Benefits of the unit<br />Students will be able to write a friendly letter which incorporates five required components..<br />Students will applying principles of grammar in a correctly formatted letter.<br />
  7. 7. Objective of the unit<br />Students will be able to write a friendly letter which incorporates five required components. Students will applying principles of grammar in a correctly formatted letter.<br />To have fun while learning!<br />
  8. 8. Project base learning<br />Project base learning is were we use project to learn about different subject. With this unit we will be using computers, internet, and media sources<br />
  9. 9. Alabama state standards <br />EL(3) 3. Demonstrate literal understanding of print material. EL(3) 19. Demonstrate vocabulary growth developed through reading and listening to literature. EL(3) 20. Use the writing process with guidance when composing different forms of written expression. EL(3) 21. Know and apply principles of grammar and usage in writing, speaking, and presenting and apply mechanics in writing. EL(3) 27. Write meaningful simple sentences and short paragraphs. EL(3) 28. Spell correctly in final written products. ELA(3) 3. Use a wide range of strategies, including using context clues and predicting outcomes, to comprehend third-grade recreational reading materials in a variety of genres. ELA(3) 9. Compose narrative texts using an introductory paragraph, specific time frames, clear sequencing of events, and a conclusion. ELA(3) 10. Apply mechanics in writing, including capitalization of proper nouns and titles of people and appropriate end marks, abbreviations, and commas with dates. TC2(3-5) 8. Collect information from a variety of digital sources.<br />
  10. 10. Contact information<br />Mrs.Samantha Drake<br />Email-sndrake@school.ua.edu<br />Phone 205-555-22-33<br />Meeting hours 3:30-5<br />

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