MONDAY 4/30

Internet Safety Lesson (Librarian)

Video / Quiz


TUESDAY 5/1

Review sensory details

Finish prewriting.  Focus on HOOK sentence and a strong ending

Compare “hook” sentences and discuss if they are effective or not.


WEDNESDAY 5/2

EARLY RELEASE

Type Titanic Passenger story in Google Docs.

Peer review.


THURSDAY 5/3

Review basic Microsoft Word skills

Complete typing assignment.


FRIDAY 5/4

Dependent clauses and commas

DGP 27 Test

Share stories with class using proper speaking skills.




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MONDAY

Finish researching passenger on Titanic

 Narrative Requirements-Discuss setting, characters, some dialogue, obstacles, climax, resolution

Share stories and record info incorrect location.


TUESDAY

Students will finish sharing their stories.

Organize information in chart of each story.

Peer edit.


wednesday 

Revise Ideas

Students will revise their paper, focusing on transitioning.

Capitalize titles and underlining


Thursday

Students will revisit their poetry journal. 

Work on Poetry Journal


riday

Work on Poetry Journal

DGP 25 Test





Monday 4/9 

Review Figurative Language and Poetry Elements


Tuesday 4/10

TESTING        (Reading)

Learning to Follow Directions the Fun and Easy Way


Wednesday 4/11

TESTING        (Reading)

Listening and Following Directions


Wednesday 4/12

TESTING        (Reading)

Daffy Directions

Math Practice 

Mean, Median, Mode / Range


Thursday 4/13

Math Practice 

Fractions / rounding / Place Value

Fractions






MONDAY 4/2

Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction

Discuss the idea and importance of accuracy in understanding nonfiction texts. • Add new text features and their purposes as you continue to read.


TUESDAY 4/3

Intro Study of Poetry

Discuss the idea and importance of accuracy in understanding nonfiction texts. • Add new text features and their purposes as you continue to read.


WEDNESDAY 4/4

Review the structure and characteristics of haiku.

Discuss the idea and importance of accuracy in understanding nonfiction texts. • Add new text features and their purposes as you continue to read.


THURSDAY 4/5

/experience the process approach to writing through the use of prewriting & response / illustrate

http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/heart-using-haiku-identify-31113.html?tab=3#tabs


FRIDAY 4/6

Poetry elements

 mnemonic device is helpful for students who have difficulty remembering the five story elements,









MONDAY: 3/19

Quick Check: Identify clue words for text structure

Students will practice writing stories relating to different text structures.  They will follow a template.


TUESDAY:3/20

Students will scramble to locate an article in the newspaper to match the correct text structure.

Quick Talk: Students are placed in pairs and given 30 seconds to share all they know about a topic.


WEDNESDAY: 3/21

Text structure Kahoot Review.  Students will practice writing different text structures without a prompt.

GIST: write a summary of the lesson in 20 words or less


THURSDAY:

Text Structure Test

Review for DGP Test tomorrow


FRIDAY:

Review 

DGP 25 Test



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MONDAY 3/12

Review DGP 23  (implied subject  ‘you’)

DGP 23 Test 

 Sentence Structure Practice - Complete highlighting/color coding different text features in the longer passage of “My Big Brother Donnie”.

Complete and staple FOLDABLE.  


TUESDAY 3/13

Students will play SENTENCE SCRAMBLE

Add Context words to foldable. Reinforce types of sentences; Simple, Compound, Complex, & Compound/Complex

Students will play different sentence parts and get in order.


WEDNESDAY 3/14

Sentence Scramble


THURSDAY 3/15

Cupcake Text Structure

3 W’s (What, So what? Now what?)


FRIDAY 3/16

RE-LOOP  (previously learned material)

Difference between Fiction and Non Fiction text

Element of Surprise (Students receive an envelope containing a card with a word or phrase selected by the teacher. Students discuss the concept and list the content-specific vocabulary necessary to discuss it.)

Review DGP 24 

Test








2/26/18


Unit 1 Language Review ( Grammar/ Punctuation/ Sentence Structure)

Figurative Lang 1 review

2/27/18

Complete Language Review Packet

Figurative Lang 1 review

2/28/18

Predicate Adjectives  / Compound Sentences  

Figurative Lang 1 review

3/1/18

Possessive Pronouns

Figurative Lang 1 Test

Figurative Lang 1 review

3/2/18

DGP 22 Test









2/19/18

Bad Weather Makeup Day- NO SCHOOL

 

2/20/18

Students will locate and label 4 parts of Figurative Language in a reading passage. Simile, Metaphor, hyperbole, alliteration. POP Quiz -4 parts of Figurative Language in a reading passage. Simile, Metaphor, hyperbole, alliteration.

2/21/18

Journal

Edgenuity / DOGO News

2/22/18

POP Quiz Students will locate and label 4 parts of Figurative Language in a reading passage. Allusion, Onomatopea, Personification, Idiom

2/23/18

Comma Rules 1 & 2.  Flipbook. Students will identify and  locate text that contains comma rules 1 & 2.  Students will quiz a neighbor.

2/24/18

Review DGP test.

DGP 21 Test





2/12/18

Check Mon. Tue. Wed. DGP  from last week.  Discuss linking verbs.  Compare linking verbs and helping verbs.

 

2/13/18

“Taking out the trash”.  Students will practice ‘taking out the trash’ in Figurative Language by eliminating incorrect choices. 

Discuss which type of figurative language is more difficult to determine and why.

2/14/18

Journal

Reading Assignment DOGO News

EDGENUITY-

 

2/15/18

Figurative Language SNOWSTORM.  Student sentences will be wadded up and thrown into the middle of the room.  They will take turns picking out a ‘snowball’ and correctly identify the figurative language used in the sentence.

2/16/18

REVIEW TEST

DGP 20 Test

Complete all Journal entries

Students will complete and reflect on all 5 Journal entries this week.





2/5/18

Review Figurative Language    

Students will revisit simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, and alliteration in a worksheet.  They will also be required to write a detailed sentence and provide an illustration for each.

2/6/18

Review Figurative Language     

Students will revisit hyperbole, oxymoron, idiom, and personification.  in a worksheet.  They will also be required to write a detailed sentence and provide an illustration for each.

2/7/18

Provide examples of alliteration.

 EDGENUITY- Reading Skills/Allusion

2/8/18

Students will write a sentence/phrase that contains figurative language.

Figurative Language SNOWSTORM.  Student sentences will be wadded up and thrown into the middle of the room.  They will take turns picking out a ‘snowball’ and correctly identify the figurative language used in the sentence.

2/9/18

REVIEW TEST

DGP 20 Test

Simile/Metaphor Test

 






1/29/18

 

                Discuss comma booklet and review comma rules.

Students will work with partners to determine if they correctly identified their newspaper sentences.

1/30/18

Commas song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3h42RWnCB0

Commas in a series.  Small group work.  Students will use a newspaper and locate sentences with items in a series.

1/31/18

Two-dollar summary from yesterday.

Commas in places, dates, and titles.  Students will race to locate the correct example of usage when given a comma rule.

2/1/18

Table talk

Commas in a direct address and introductory phrases.  Students will insert commas incorrect locations, and then have peers review the work.

2/2/18

Review test

Test

Students will complete and reflect on all 5 Journal entries this week.

English

Figurative Language

1/8/18

Review tips of speaking to a group

Read their report, “Christmas Morning” to class

Discuss the results of their experience in reading to a group.

1/9/18

Review Alliteration

Alliteration Game

ABC’s of Alliteration

1/10/18

Review meaning of goals.

Students will develop and revise the organizational plan.

Discuss possible solutions when things don’t go as planned.

1/118

Review Hyperbole and onomatopoeia

Students will explain multiple hyperboles and create an onomatopoeia poster.

Display posters.

1/12/18

DGP test


1/4/18

Christmas Day paper: Point of View from my pet ----prewrite

1/5/18

Christmas Day paper: Point of View from my pet---revise


MONDAY  12-4

Introduce correlative conjunctions playing “What Goes With What? game.

Correlative Conjunctions worksheet.  Intro Personification and Hyperboles.

Review there, their, they’re.


TUESDAY  12-5

Review Personification and hyperboles.

Students will unscramble sentences to create new hyperboles

Students will analyze there, their, & they’re sentences and sort appropriately.


WEDNESDAY  12-6

***************************Spelling Bee*********************************

Students will summarize new learning to each other.

Students will illustrate hyperboles to create a class book.

Students will share their illustration with the class.



THURSDAY  12-7

Students will integrate correlative conjunctions in their writing.

Students will work with a partner to create sentences to display their understanding.

Place several sentences under doc camera for students to analyze.


FRIDAY  12-8

*****************Christmas Concert @ High School*********************

Test



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MONDAY   11/27

Introduce personal and relative pronouns. 

Personal pronoun worksheet.  Relative Pronouns.  

Review DGP and determine the relative pronoun.

TUESDAY    11/28

Similes and metaphor review

Metaphor for Me…Students will describe their selves using metaphors.

Students will share their poem with the class.

WEDNESDAY    11/29

Similes and metaphor review/ Read a few students poems and have others name metaphor

Self Portrait Simile Worksheet/ Students will describe their selves using similes

Students will share their poem with the class.

THURSDAY    11/30

Similes and metaphor review/ Read a few students poems and have others name simile

Students will rewrite and combine their poems

FRIDAY    12/1

Test





Monday 11/13 
Review 2 types of conjunctions.
Complete Sentence Combining activity.
Exit Ticket

Tuesday 11/14
Figures of Speech Power Point
Notes on Figures of Speech.
Use simile and metaphor in a sentence

Wednesday 11/15
Figures of Speech Power Point
Students will review each part and be given examples each.
Decide if sentence is a simile or metaphor

Thursday 11/16
Turn and talk 
Determine the difference between Simile and Metaphors
Graphic organizers:

Friday 11/18
Study
Test
Complete simile and metaphor activity packet




MONDAY 11/6

Review simple sentences and conjunctions.
Students will determine which conjunction/s best join two simple sentences together.
Discuss why some conjunctions fit and others don’t. 

TUESDAY 11/7
Review independent clauses and dependent clauses.
Students will distinguish an independent clause from a dependent clause.
Students will turn and talk to their shoulder partner reviewing today’s lesson.

WEDNESDAY 11/8
3 Words -3 Things you remember about yesterdays lesson
Students will determine whether to use a coordinating conjunction or a subordinate conjunction.
Two Dollar summary (each word costs a dime)

THURSDAY 11/9
Simile Me- Students complete the following sentence: "Conjunctions are like _______ because _______."
Students will actively sort simple sentences to create one compound/complex sentence.
A-Z List 

FRIDAY 11/10
OUT     Veterans Day





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