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  • 1. OnCourse I Systems For Education Page 1 of 5 Lesson Plans for Mary Cecava for the week of 1/23/2012 (Page 1) 9:00-9:45 Writing 9:45-10:45 Math 10:45-11:30 Science/Social Studies 12:00-2:00 Daily 5 and r:r2/3 Math Box 6.12 Goal· Students will show Goal: 12:00-12:20 Shared Caila mastery of addition with Students will know that the Reading : Goal : Students will several addends and movement of water from one Goal : continue to synthesize development of place to another affects GHGR: Book expository text. Students subtraction. Students will weather. will record big facts and also show mastery of Water moves from the Teacher model: draw and write number stories. ground in to the air, forms supporting info clouds high in the air and Everyday Math Lesson: then falls back to the ground 12:20 - 1: 15 Students Essential Question : Essential Question : as some form of will rotate through What IS the author really precipitation , different stations every trying to teach me when Class Discussion: Students will be assessed on 20 minutes: he or she wntes a book? the water cycle. Read to self - Writing ­ What are the big ideas? Materials Needed Students will draw day 1 Word Study - Listen to What are the supporting observation of the water Reading - Guided facts? Unit 6 test l model in their journal Reading . The rotation is with the Guided Reading Read : Special Accomadations: Essential Question: Plans on the back table. Frogs What happens during the Chart on the white board Class D,Scussion : water cycle? Does water just lets everyone know what ReView the cake baking appear from nowhere? station they are at. analogy , While your listening think about the Read: Guided Reading Groups: facts, or the ingredients, Green: Kevin, Tina,Mr.! in the text." Think about Class Discussion :....... Cydnee, Carson, Abigail,.-t how they blend together Obtain ideas about water0 David and what you know and and weather. c: Yellow: Gabe, Nahkai, 0 understand abut the topic Discuss where preCipitation~ Lalit, Mais" (big idea) is transformed , comes from Carlandra, Sofia, Corey like a baked cake . When Make sure students Red:, Zafar" Gavin, you do this, youre understand what a cycle is. JaRaijia, Isabella, thinking about the Discuss vocabulary and Brian authors message to yoU". Condesation, precipitation , Blue: Martell, Leanne, evaporation. Laila, and Tysen Quick comment: model think alouds Matenals Needed Weather Journal Materials Needed: smartboard lesson Smartboard lesson Water and weather (making a book Frogs model) materials paper for students Special Accomadations: Special Accomadations: Brian will need a scribe Assessment: After the session- collect all papers and sort into piles to see which students drew the big ideas and facts. Math Box 7.1 Goal: 7.1 Goal: 12:00 -1 :15 Students Caila Students will review Students will finish their will rotate through Goal: Students will counting by 2s, 5s, and water cycle assessment. different stations every continue to synthesize 10s and be able to Students will design a device 20 minutes: expository text Students dexcribe patterns that that will be useful in Read to self - Writing ­http://vvww.oncoursesystems.comiplalll1er/plalll1er---print.aspx 2/4/2012
  • 2. OnCourse I Systems For Education Page 2 of5 will record big facts and result from counting. measuring rainfaU Word Study - Listen to draw and write Everyday Math Lesson: Students will test the device Reading - Guided supporting info 7.1 and record infonnation given Reading. The rotation is Essential Question: instruments, techniques, and with the Guided Reading Essential Question : measurement methods. Plans on the back table. What is the author really Class Discussion : Chart on the white board trying to teach me when Smartboard lesson 7.1 Essential Question: lets everyone know what he or she writes a book? Ma enal:. e ~ What type of device could station they are at. What are the big ideas? you design that would be What are the supporting Special Accomadations: helpful in measuring rainfall. facts? Guided Reading Groups: Read : Green: Kevin , Tina, Read: Cydnee, Carson, Abigail , Frogs Class Discussion : David Class Discussion : Ask students if they have Yellow: Gabe, Nahkai, Review the cake baking ever heard of people talking Lalit, Mais" analogy , While your about "how much" rain or Carlandra, Sofia, Corey listening think about the snow has fallen during a Red:, Zafar" Gavin, facts, or the Ingredients, particular time period . JaRaijia, Isabella, in the text." Think about Ask students how someone and Brian how they blend together could find out how much rain Blue: Martell, Leanne, v and what you know and or snow has fallen . Laila, and Tysen N....... understand abut the tOPIC Ask students why knowing ...0 (big idea) is transformed, the amount of rainfall might QI like a baked cake. When be useful to people. :JI- you do this, youre thinking about the Materials eded: authors message to you. Weather journal smartboard lesson Quick comment: model Rain Gauge (making a think alouds model) matenals Materials Needed: Special Accomadations: Smartboard lesson Book Frogs paper for students Special Accomadations: Brian Will need a scribe Assessment: After the session- collect all papers and sort Into piles to see which students drew the big ideas and facts. Math Box 7.2 Goal 7.2 Computers: 9:40-10:30 12:00-12:20 Shared Library - 9 - 940 Students will review ones Reading: and tens patterns on Goal: number grids and be able Making Meaning: Book to de3velop place-value awareness by solving Teacher model: number grid and arrow- path puzzles. Everyday Math 12:20 -1 :15 Students Lesson·7.2 will rotate through Essential Question : different stations every 20 minutes: Class Discussion:http: //www.oncoursesystems.comlplanner/planner~rint.aspx 2/4/201 2
  • 3. OnCourse I Systems For Education Page 3 of5 Read to self - Writing ­ Materials Needed Word Study - Listen to Reading - Guided Special Accomadations: Reading. The rotation is with the Guided Reading Plans on the back table. Chart on the white board lets everyone know what station they are at. Guided Reading Groups: Green: Kevin , Tina, Cydnee, Carson , Abigail , David Yellow: Gabe, Nahkai, Lalit, Mais" Carlandra, Sofia , Corey Red:, Zafar" Gavin , JaRaijia, Isabella, and Brian Blue: Martell, Leanne, Laila, and Tysen Math Box 7.3 Goal: 7.2 Goal: 12:00 - 1: 15 Students Caila Students will review ones Students will finish their will rotate through Goal: Students will and tens patterns on water cycle assessmenl different stations every continue to synthesize number grids and be able Students will design a device 20 minutes: expository text. Students to de3velop place-value that will be useful in will record big facts and awareness by solving measuring rainfall Read to self - Writing - draw and write number grid and arrow- Students will test the device Word Study - Listen to supporting Info. path puzzles. and record information given Reading - Guided Everyday Math instruments, techniques, and Read ing . The rotation is Essential Question : Lesson:7.2 measurement methods. with the Guided Reading What is the author really Essential Question : Plans on the back table. trying to teach me when Essential Question : Chart on the white board he or she writes a book? Class Discussion: What type of device could lets everyone know what What are the big Ideas? you design that would be station they are at. What are the supporting Materials Needed helpful in measuring rainfall. facts? Guided Reading Groups: Special Accomadations: Read: Green: Kevin, Tina, Read: Cydnee, Carson, Abigail , Animals Nobody Loves Class Discussion: David Class Discussion Ask stUdents if they have Yellow: Gabe, Nahkai, Review the cake baking ever heard of people talking Lalit, Mais" analogy, While your about "how much" rain or Carlandra, Sofia, Corey listening think about the snow has fallen during a Red :, Zafar" Gavin, facts, or the ingredients, particular time period. JaRaijia, Isabella, in the text." Think about Ask students how someone and Brian how they blend together could find out how much rain Blue: Martell, Leanne, and what you know and or snow has fallen. Laila, and Tysenhttp://www.oncoursesystems.com/planner/planner-.print.aspx 2/4/2 01 2
  • 4. OnCourse I Systems For Education Page 4 of 5 understand abut the tOpIC Ask students why knowing (big Idea) is transformed , the amount of rainfall might America Reads Tutor: like a baked cake. When be useful to people. Martell: State project you do thiS, youre 12:00- 12:30 thinking about the I aterial M Needed: 12:30-12:45 JaRaijiah for authors message to you . Weather joumal trade - first subtraction. smartboard lesson 12:45-1 :00 Carlandra for Quick comment: model Rain Gauge (making a trade -first subtraction. think alouds model) materials Special Accomadations: Goal: 12:00 -1:15 Students Students will design a device will rotate through that will be useful in different stations every measuring rainfall 20 minutes: Students will test the device and record information given Read to self - Writing ­ instruments, techniques, and Word Study - Listen to measurement methods. Reading - Guided Students will present their Reading. The rotation is rain gauge device to the with the Guided Reading classroom Plans on the back table. Essential Question: Chart on the white board What type of device could lets everyone know what you design that would be station they are at. helpful in measuring rainfall. Guided Reading Groups: Read: Green: Kevin , Tina, Cydnee, Carson , Abigail, Class Discussion: David Have students discuss what Yellow: Gabe, Nahkai, they used to create their rain Lalit, Mais" gauge Carlandra, Sofia, Corey I .l nte I · eeded: r Red:, Zafar" Gavin, Weather journal JaRaijia, Isabella, smartboard lesson and Brian Rain Gauge (making a Blue: Martell, Leanne, model) materials Laila, and Tysen Special Accomadations:http://www.oncoursesystems.com!planner/planneryrint.aspx 2/412012
  • 5. OnCourse I Systems For Education Page 5 of5 Quick comment: model think alouds Materials Needed: Smartboard lesson book Almost Gone paper for students Special Accomadations: Brian wIll need a scnbe Assessment: After the session- collect all papers and sort mto piles to see which students drew the big ideas and factshttp://www.oncoursesystems.comlplannerlplanneryrint.aspx 2/4/2012

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