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Syllabus 11-12 Example

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2010-2011 grade –Elementary
Monaview ElementaryThird Grade Long Range Plans2011-2012
 
The
standards
listed are taken directly from the SC State Department of Education.
Social Studies
Texts/ResourcesTexts/ResourcesTexts/ResourcesTexts/Resources::::
Houghton Mifflin textbook, various trade books, computers/Powerpoints, maps and globes, teacher createdmaterials
 
First Quarter
Regions of South Carolina 
3-1.1 Identify the location andcharacteristics of significant physicalfeatures of South Carolina, riversystems, major cities; and climateregions.3-1.2 Interpret thematic maps of South Carolina places and regions thatshow how and where people live, work,and use land and transportation.3-1.3 Categorize the sixgeographic regions of South Carolinaaccording to their different physical andhuman characteristics.3-1.4 Explain the effects of humansystems on the physical landscape of South Carolina over time.
 
Explorers/Settlers 
3-2.1 Explain the motives behindthe exploration of South Carolina.3-2.2 Summarize the activities andaccomplishments of key explorers of South Carolina.3-2.3 Use a map to identify the seaand land routes of explorers of SouthCarolina.3-2.4 Compare the culture,governance, and geographic location of different Native American nations inSouth Carolina.3-2.5 Summarize the impact thatthe European colonization of SouthCarolina had on Native Americans.3-2.6 Summarize the contributionsof settlers in South Carolina under theLords Proprietors and the Royal colonialgovernment.3-2.7 Explain the transfer of theinstitution of slavery into SouthCarolina.
 
Second Quarter
Colonial Life/Revolution 
3-3.1 Analyze the causes of theAmerican Revolution and SouthCarolina’s role in these events.3-3.2 Summarize the keyconflicts and key leaders of theAmerican Revolution in SouthCarolina and their effects on the state.3-3.3 Summarize the effects of theAmerican Revolution in SouthCarolina, including the establishmentof a new nation and a new stategovernment and capital.3-3.4 Outline the current structureof state government.
Civil War 
3-4.1 Compare the conditions of daily life for various classes of peoplein South Carolina.3-4.2 Summarize the institutionof slavery prior to the Civil War.
 
3-4.3 Explain the reasons forSouth Carolina’s secession from theUnion.3-4.4 Outline the course of theCivil War and South Carolina’s role insignificant events.3-4.5 Summarize the effects of theCivil War on the daily lives of peopleof different classes in South Carolina.3-4.6 Explain how the Civil Waraffected South Carolina’s economy.3-4.7 Summarize the effects of Reconstruction in South Carolina.
 Third Quarter
Moving Into a New Century 
3-5.1 Summarize developmentsin industry and technology in SouthCarolina in the late nineteenth centuryand the twentieth century.3-5.2 Summarize the effects of the state and local laws that arecommonly known as Jim Crow laws onAfrican Americans.3-5.4 Explain the impact and thecauses of emigration from SouthCarolina and internal migration fromthe rural areas to the cities.3-5.5 Explain the effects of theGreat Depression and the New Deal ondaily life in South Carolina.
Growth and Change 
 
3-5.3 Summarize the changes inSouth Carolina’s economy in thetwentieth century.3-5.6 Summarize the key eventsand effects of the civil rightsmovement in South Carolina.3-5.7 Summarize the rights andresponsibilities that contemporarySouth Carolinians have in the schools,the community, the state, and thenation.
Fourth Quarter
Local History 
3-1.4 Explain the effects of humansystems on the physical landscape of SouthCarolina over time.3-2.2 Summarize the activities andaccomplishments of key explorers of SouthCarolina.3-2.6 Summarize the contributions of settlers in South Carolina under the LordsProprietors and the Royal colonialgovernment.3-3.3 Summarize the effects of theAmerican Revolution in South Carolina,including the establishment of a newnation and a new state government andcapital.3-4.6 Explain how the Civil Waraffected South Carolina’s economy.3-4.7 Summarize the effects of Reconstruction in South Carolina.
 
Geography/Government/E conomy 
2-4.1 Identify on a map the continentsand the major nation states of the worldand distinguish between the two entities.3-1.2 Interpret thematic maps of South Carolina places and regions thatshow how and where people live, work,and use land and transportation.3-2.6 Summarize the contributions of settlers in South Carolina under the LordsProprietors and the Royal colonialgovernment.3-2.7 Explain the transfer of theinstitution of slavery into South Carolina.
 
 
2010-2011 grade –Elementary
Reading & Word Study
Texts/Resources:Texts/Resources:Texts/Resources:Texts/Resources:
Houghton-Mifflin textbook, Author & Genre Studies (various trade books), 4 Blocks, pocket charts, studentdictionaries/thesauruses, charts, books on tape, computer/Powerpoints, and teacher created materials
 
The following standards will be addressed weekly during our Reading Workshop and Content block:
 
 
3-2.9 Read independently for extended periods of time to gain information
 
3-1.8; 3-1.9 Classify works of fiction (fables, tall tales, folktales) and works of nonfiction (biographies) bycharacteristics
 
3-1.7 Create responses to literary texts through a variety of methods such as writing, creative dramatics, andthe visual and performing arts
 
3-1.5 Analyze the relationship among characters, setting, and plot in a given literary text
 
3-2.5 Use subheadings, print styles, captions, and chapter headings to gain information
 
3-2.6 Use graphic features (including pictures, diagrams, etc.) as sources of information
 
3-2.7 Use functional text features (including tables of contents, glossaries, etc.) as sources of information
 
3-3.1 Generate the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues
 
3-3.4 Recognize high-frequency words in context
 
First Quarter
Genre Studies:
Folktale,Fantasy, Realistic Fiction,Poetry, Trickster Tale,autobiography
 
Houghton-Mifflin:
Theme 1: Off to Adventure 
 
Cliffhanger 
 
Mulan 
 
Lost and Found 
 
Radio Rescue 
 
Poetry Theme 2: Celebrating Traditions 
 
Keeping Quilt 
 
Grandma’s Records 
 
The Talking Cloth 
 
Dancing Rainbows 
 
Trickster Tales 
Standards Addressed:
Reading Process/Comprehension
3-1.1 Analyze the details that supportthe expression of the main ideas in aliterary text3-1.2 Analyze a given literary text tomake, revise, and confirm predictions3-1.3 Analyze the text to determine firstperson3-1.4 Distinguish among devices of figurative language and sound devices3-1.10 Recognize the characteristics of poetry3-1.11 Analyze cause and effectrelationships in literary texts3-2.1 Summarize evidence that supportsthe central idea of a given informationaltext.3-2.2 Analyze informational texts todraw conclusions and make inferences.
Phonics and Word Study
3-3.2 Use base words and affixes todetermine the meanings of words3-3.7 Spell correctly
 
Words that have blends
 
Contractions
 
Compound words
 
Orthographic patterns
 
Common homonyms
 
Second Quarter
Genre Studies:
HistoricalFiction, Fantasy, ScienceFiction
Houghton-Mifflin:
 
Theme 3: Incredible Stories 
 
Dogzilla 
 
Mysterious Giant of Barletta 
 
Raising Dragons 
 
Garden of Abdul Gasazi 
 
Dinosaur Bob 
 
Figuratives on Four Legs 
Standards Addressed
Reading Process/ComprehensionAnalysis of Texts
3-1.1 Analyze the details that supportthe expression of the main ideas in aliterary text3-1.2 Analyze a given literary text tomake, revise, and confirm predictions3-1.3 Analyze the text to determinefirst person3-2.3 Distinguish between facts andopinions in informational texts3-1.4 Distinguish among devices of figurative language and sound devices3-1.6 Analyze the effect of authorscraft (word choice, sentence structure,etc.) on the meaning of a given literarytext
Phonics and Word Study
3-3.2 Use base words and affixes todetermine the meanings of words3-3.7 Spell correctly
 
Words that have blends
 
Contractions
 
Compound words
 
Orthographic patterns
 
Common homonyms
 
 
Third Quarter
Genre Studies:
Informational Text,Fantasy, Realistic Fiction,Biography, HistoricalFiction, Fairy Tale
 Houghton-Mifflin:
Theme 4: Animal Habitats 
 
Night of the Pufflings 
 
Seal Surfer 
 
Two Days in May 
 
Biography Focus Theme 5: Voyagers 
 
Across the Wide Dark Sea 
 
Yummi and Halmoni’Trip 
 
Trapped by the Ice 
 
Fairy Tales Focus 
Standards Addressed
Reading Process/Comprehension
3-1.1 Analyze the details that supportthe expression of the main ideas in aliterary text3-1.2 Analyze a given literary text tomake, revise, and confirm predictions3-1.3 Analyze the text to determinefirst person3-1.4 Distinguish among devices of figurative language and sound devices3-2.1 Summarize evidence thatsupports the central idea of a giveninformational text.
Phonics and Word Study
3-3.2 Use base words and affixes todetermine the meanings of words3-3.7 Spell correctly
 
Words that have blends
 
Contractions
 
Compound words
 
Orthographic patterns
 
Common homonyms
 
 
Fourth Quarter
Genre Studies:
RealisticFiction, Biography, Mystery,Informational Text
 
Houghton-Mifflin:
 
Theme 6: Smart Solutions 
 
Pepita Talks Twice 
 
Poppa’s New Pants 
 
Ramona Quimby, Age 8 
 
Helen Keller 
Standards Addressed:
Reading Process/Comprehension
3-1.1 Analyze the details that support theexpression of the main ideas in a literarytext3-1.2 Analyze a given literary text to make,revise, and confirm predictions3-1.6 Analyze the effect of authors craft(word choice, sentence structure, etc.) onthe meaning of a given literary text3-1.11 Analyze cause and effectrelationships in literary texts3-2.1 Summarize evidence that supportsthe central idea of a given informationaltext.3-2.2 Analyze informational texts to drawconclusions and make inferences.
Phonics and Word Study
3-3.2 Use base words and affixes todetermine the meanings of words3-3.7 Spell correctly
 
Words that have blends
 
Contractions
 
Compound words
 
Orthographic patterns
 
Common homonyms
 
 
2010-2011 grade –Elementary
Writer’s Workshop
Texts/Resources:
 
4 Blocks, writer’s notebooks, pocket charts, publishing materials, student dictionaries/thesauruses,computers/PowerPoints, author’s chair, trade books
 
Third Grade classrooms implement Writer’s Workshop block daily. In this block, the following
 
standards will be addressed:
3-4 Create written work that has a clear focus, sufficient detail, coherent organization, effectiveuse of voice, and correct use of the conventions of written Standard American English.3-5 Write for a variety of purposes and audiences3-6 Access and use information from a variety of sources
First Quarter
 
* Sentences andParagraphs* Writing Process* Small Moment* Friendly Letter Unit
Second Quarter
 
* “Memoir”* Book Report* Poetry Unit* Journals
Third Quarter
 
* Research Paper*Writing Directions* Journals
Fourth Quarter
 
* Fairy Tale*”Memoir” Late in the year* Journals
Things to look forward to in writing:
 
Publishing Center – Students will publish some of their works of writing on the computer.
 
Author’s Chair – Students will share their writing with the class and provide constructive feedbackto each other.
 
Writing Portfolios – Students will keep writing portfolios so they will be able to see their growthas a writer at the end of the school year.
Cursive writing will be practiced in third grade! Can you earn yourcursive license?
 

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