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2015-2016

Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
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Monday 01/25/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create a collage to represent many different items that were made in the factories.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05 use a variety of textures in artwork

Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: gonoodle.com exercise video

Health: discuss good eating habits- healthy food and drink choices

Character Ed:Polite- discuss and demonstrate some examples of being polite to others.

Multicultural:Orient month

Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)

County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"

Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Career Lesson: discuss different jobs found in the factories
A
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module___ Lessons___
Standard:

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
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I CAN:
Strategies:
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View
Tuesday 01/26/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create a collage to represent many different items that were made in the factories.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05 use a variety of textures in artwork

Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: gonoodle.com exercise video

Health: discuss good eating habits- healthy food and drink choices

Character Ed:Polite- discuss and demonstrate some examples of being polite to others.

Multicultural:Orient month

Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)

County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"

Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Career Lesson: discuss different jobs found in the factories
A
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_finish lesson 4 begin lesson 5- multiply multiples of 10, 100, 1,000 by single digits, recognizing
patterns __
Standard: M.4.NBT.1, M.4.NBT.5

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

Lesson: go over homework form lesson 4 with the class. give the exit ticket for lesson for to check for understanding.
Begin teaching lesson 5- fluency practice- group count by multiples of 10 and 100. multiply units.... concept developmentteach lesson according to handout. give students the problem set have them complete it. go over as a whole class
making in corrections if needed. give homework for lesson 5.
I CAN: I can multiply multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 by single digits.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards: ELA.4.R.C1.6; ELA.4.R.C1.5; ELA.4.R.C2.4; ELA.4.R.C4.2; ELA.4.W.C11.1

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

Story:Social Studies unit- Chapter 11- Lessons 1-4 Westward Expansion Social Studies standards-SS.4.H.CL.4.3;
SS.4.H.CL.2; SS.4.H.CL.1
I Can- I can explain events in a historical text, I can find the main idea and details and summarize an informational text, I
can find the meaning of domain-specific words, I can read and comprehend informational text, I can conduct short
research through investigation of a topic.
Lesson: Introduce lesson 3 vocabulary- read together as whole group answering questions as going along. pages:
444-451, EQ: How did the US grow in the 1830s and the 1840s? explain Texas became a state, Describe how pioneers
traveled west on the Oregon and Mormon trails. Draw conclusions as reading lesson three.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:dictator, annex, ford, Manifest Destiny, cession, gold rush, forty-niners, canal, lock, locomotive, Industrial
revolution, cotton gin, interchangeable parts
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar: Review writing in sequence for example timelines,
Spelling: see spelling homework sheet. daily practice. review
Writing: Writing to inform- students will use multiple sources to write about their assigned topic. they will present to the
class.

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:throughout the week groups will be working on cloze reading of the chapter in social
studies. we will also review vocabulary each day.students will practice locating headings, sub-headings, vocabulary, and
captions as they read informational text.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.S.4.3
I Can: I can identify how parts of a system interact.
weekly Lesson M-F: Discuss some of the inventions found in lesson 4 research. discuss and find ways that the items
created interact with each other. have students create an idea of their own invention that could possibly be made. have
them draw a picture and describe its use.
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SEE READING PLANS
I Can:

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Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
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Lesson: (M-F)

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View
Wednesday 01/27/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create a collage to represent many different items that were made in the factories.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05 use a variety of textures in artwork

Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: gonoodle.com exercise video

Health: discuss good eating habits- healthy food and drink choices

Character Ed:Polite- discuss and demonstrate some examples of being polite to others.

Multicultural:Orient month

Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)

County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"

Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Career Lesson: discuss different jobs found in the factories
A
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_finish lesson 5 begin lesson 6- multiply 2-digit multiples of 10 by 2-digit multiples of 10 with the
area model.
Standard: M.4.NBT.1, M.4.NBT.5

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

Lesson: go over homework form lesson 5 with the class. give the exit ticket for lesson for lesson 5 to check for
understanding. Begin teaching lesson 6- fluency practice- multiply by different units, take out the 10, 100, or
1,000....application problem- complete with class...concept deveolopment- teach lesson- give problem set, then have
students complete it, go over as a whole class making corrections if needed, give lesson 6 homework.
I CAN: I can multiply multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 by single digits.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards: ELA.4.R.C1.6; ELA.4.R.C1.5; ELA.4.R.C2.4; ELA.4.R.C4.2; ELA.4.W.C11.1
Story:Social Studies unit- Chapter 11- Lessons 1-4 Westward Expansion Social Studies standards-SS.4.H.CL.4.3;
SS.4.H.CL.2; SS.4.H.CL.1

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

I Can- I can explain events in a historical text, I can find the main idea and details and summarize an informational text, I
can find the meaning of domain-specific words, I can read and comprehend informational text, I can conduct short
research through investigation of a topic.
Lesson: Introduce lesson 3 vocabulary- read together as whole group answering questions as going along. pages:
444-451, EQ: How did the US grow in the 1830s and the 1840s? explain Texas became a state, Describe how pioneers
traveled west on the Oregon and Mormon trails. Draw conclusions as reading lesson three. Tell how the united States
gained lands after the Mexican-American war.
Describe the California gold rush. Review vocabulary for lesson three. p.447
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:dictator, annex, ford, Maifest Destiny, cession, gold rush, forty-niners, canal, lock, locomotive, Industrial
revolution, cotton gin, interchangeable parts
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Review adjectives and proper nouns, practice with use in writing informational piece.
Spelling:Review spelling words- see spelling handout
Writing: Writing to inform- students will use multiple sources to write about their assigned topic. they will present to the
class.
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
throughout the week groups will be working on cloze reading of the chapter in social studies. we will also review
vocabulary each day.students will practice locating headings, sub-headings, vocabulary, and captions as they read
informational text.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.S.4.3
I Can: I can identify how parts of a system interact.
weekly Lesson M-F: Discuss some of the inventions found in lesson 4 research. discuss and find ways that the items
created interact with each other. have students create an idea of their own invention that could possibly be made. have
them draw a picture and describe its use.
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SEE READING PLANS

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
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I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View
Thursday 01/28/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create a collage to represent many different items that were made in the factories.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05 use a variety of textures in artwork

Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: gonoodle.com exercise video

Health: discuss good eating habits- healthy food and drink choices

Character Ed:Polite- discuss and demonstrate some examples of being polite to others.

Multicultural:Orient month

Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)

County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"

Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Career Lesson: discuss different jobs found in the factories
A
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_6__multiply 2-digit multiples of 10 by 2-digit multiples of 10 with the area mode
Standard: M.4.NBT.1, M.4.NBT.5

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Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

I CAN: I can multiply a 2- digit multiples of 10 by 2-digit multiples of 10 with the area model.
Lesson- go over the lesson 6 homework with the class. giv ethe exit ticket fot students to complete to check for
understanding. Review all topics from the week with the students.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards: ELA.4.R.C1.6; ELA.4.R.C1.5; ELA.4.R.C2.4; ELA.4.R.C4.2; ELA.4.W.C11.1
Story:Social Studies unit- Chapter 11- Lessons 1-4 Westward Expansion Social Studies standards-SS.4.H.CL.4.3;
SS.4.H.CL.2; SS.4.H.CL.1

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

I Can- I can explain events in a historical text, I can find the main idea and details and summarize an informational text, I
can find the meaning of domain-specific words, I can read and comprehend informational text, I can conduct short
research through investigation of a topic.
Lesson: Review vocabulary Begin lesson 4- New Ideas and Inventions p-452-457, EQ: How did new inventions change
life in the United States?- explain how canals, steamboats, and railroads improved transportation and shipping. Describe
how new inventions led to the industrial revolution
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:dictator, annex, ford, Maifest Destiny, cession, gold rush, forty-niners, canal, lock, locomotive, Industrial
revolution, cotton gin, interchangeable parts
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Review adjectives and proper nouns, practice with use in writing informational piece.
Spelling: review practice spelling words- see spelling handout- play sparkle to review for test.
Writing:Writing to inform- students will use multiple sources to write about their assigned topic. they will present to the
class.
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:throughout the week groups will be working on cloze reading of the chapter in social
studies. we will also review vocabulary each day.students will practice locating headings, sub-headings, vocabulary, and
captions as they read informational text.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.S.4.3
I Can: I can identify how parts of a system interact.
weekly Lesson M-F: Discuss some of the inventions found in lesson 4 research. discuss and find ways that the items
created interact with each other. have students create an idea of their own invention that could possibly be made. have
them draw a picture and describe its use. :
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SEE READING PLANS
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View
Friday 01/29/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create a collage to represent many different items that were made in the factories.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05 use a variety of textures in artwork

Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: gonoodle.com exercise video

Health: discuss good eating habits- healthy food and drink choices

Character Ed:Polite- discuss and demonstrate some examples of being polite to others.

Multicultural:Orient month

Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)

County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"

Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Career Lesson: discuss different jobs found in the factories
A
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_begin lesson 7-Use place value disks to represent two-digit by one-digit multiplication.__
Lesson- Fluency practice-§ Sprint: Multiply Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000

Multiply Mentally

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2015-2016
Mrs. Lilly

01/25/2016 - 03/18/2016
Day View

Complete application problem- go over with class review. concept development- demonstrate multiplication of
2 digit by one digit multiplication.
Standard:M.4.NBT.5
I CAN: I can use place value disks to represent 2 digit by one digit multiplication.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards: ELA.4.R.C1.6; ELA.4.R.C1.5; ELA.4.R.C2.4; ELA.4.R.C4.2; ELA.4.W.C11.1

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Story:Social Studies unit- Chapter 11- Lessons 1-4 Westward Expansion Social Studies standards-SS.4.H.CL.4.3;
SS.4.H.CL.2; SS.4.H.CL.1
I Can- I can explain events in a historical text, I can find the main idea and details and summarize an informational text, I
can find the meaning of domain-specific words, I can read and comprehend informational text, I can conduct short
research through investigation of a topic.
Lesson: Chapter Review and assess by give chapter 11 lessons 1-4 test.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:dictator, annex, ford, Manifest Destiny, cession, gold rush, forty-niners, canal, lock, locomotive, Industrial
revolution, cotton gin, interchangeable parts
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar: Review adjectives and proper nouns, practice with use in writing informational piece.
Spelling:assess give oral spelling test.
Writing:Writing to inform- students will use multiple sources to write about their assigned topic. they will present to the
class.
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding throughout the week groups
will be working on cloze reading of the chapter in social studies. we will also review vocabulary each day.students will
practice locating headings, sub-headings, vocabulary, and captions as they read informational text.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.S.4.3
I Can: I can identify how parts of a system interact.
weekly Lesson M-F: Discuss some of the inventions found in lesson 4 research. discuss and find ways that the items
created interact with each other. have students create an idea of their own invention that could possibly be made. have
them draw a picture and describe its use.
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SEE READING PLANS
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Monday 02/01/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
**Computer lab times: Wednesdays- 7:45-8:45, Fridays-12:30-1:15**
Art:
I Can:
Standard:
Extra PE:
Day:
Activity:
Health:
Character Ed:
Multicultural:
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_6__multiply 2-digit multiples of 10 by 2-digit multiples of 10 with the area mode
Standard: M.4.NBT.1, M.4.NBT.5
I CAN: I can multiply a 2- digit multiples of 10 by 2-digit multiples of 10 with the area model.
Lesson- go over the lesson 6 homework with the class. give the exit ticket for students to complete to check for
understanding. Review all topics from the week with the students.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their

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own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, Grace, Kenneth

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2: Emoni, Olivia Glen
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Day View
Tuesday 02/02/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
**Computer lab times: Wednesdays- 7:45-8:45, Fridays-12:30-1:15**
Art:
I Can:
Standard:
Extra PE:
Day:
Activity:
Health:
Character Ed:
Multicultural:
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_begin lesson 7-Use place value disks to represent two-digit by one-digit multiplication.__
Lesson- Fluency practice-§ Sprint: Multiply Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000

Multiply Mentally
Complete application problem- go over with class review. concept development- demonstrate multiplication of
2 digit by one digit multiplication.
Standard:M.4.NBT.5
I CAN: I can use place value disks to represent 2 digit by one digit multiplication.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions

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Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

Reading Small Group

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Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Day View
Wednesday 02/03/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
**Computer lab times: Wednesdays- 7:45-8:45, Fridays-12:30-1:15**
Art:
I Can:
Standard:
Extra PE:
Day:
Activity:
Health:
Character Ed:
Multicultural:
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__Finish lesson 7 begin lesson 8- Extend the use of place value disks to represent three and four
digit by one digit multiplication. _
fluency practice- epanded form, multiply mentally, multiply using disks. Complete the application problem, review as a
whole class- check for student understanding. Begin concept development- direct instruction. add in guided practice. Give
students the problem set to complete, review the problem set, give students homework.
Standard: M.4.OA.1, 2, M.4.NBT.1, 5.
I CAN:I can use place value disks to represent three and four digit by one digit multiplication.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions

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Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

Reading Small Group

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Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, , Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen,
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:
On:
Above:
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Thursday 02/04/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
**Computer lab times: Wednesdays- 7:45-8:45, Fridays-12:30-1:15**
Art:
I Can:
Standard:
Extra PE:
Day:
Activity:
Health:
Character Ed:
Multicultural:
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__Finish lesson 8 begin lesson 9- multiply 3 and 4 digit numbers by one digit numbers applying the
standard algorithm.
._
lesson- finish lesson 8- review homework that students completed, give exit ticket to check for understanding of lesson.
Begin lesson 9fluency practice- expanded form, multiply mentally, multiply using disks.
application problem- complete the application problem with the class checking for their understanding.
direct instruction- concept development- teach lesson 9 -complete problem set review with class check for understanding.
give homework for the evening.
Standard: M.4.OA.1, 2, M.4.NBT.1, 5.
I CAN:I can use place value disks to represent three and four digit by one digit multiplication.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*

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Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

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Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, , Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Friday 02/05/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
**Computer lab times: Wednesdays- 7:45-8:45, Fridays-12:30-1:15**
Art:
I Can:
Standard:
Extra PE:
Day:
Activity:
Health:
Character Ed:
Multicultural:
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_finish lesson 9- multiply 3 digit and 4 digit by a 1 digit numbers applying the standard algorithm. __
lesson- review students' homework check answers. give the exit ticket to assess understanding of lesson 9. review all
topics form the week as a whole class to wrap up math for the week- play a game of around the world to review basic
multiplication.
Standard:M.4.NBT.1, M.4.NBT.5
I CAN: I can multiply a 3 or 4 digit number by a one digit number.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their

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Day View

own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:
Lesson:
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:
Spelling:
Writing:

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) , Jasper, Lacey, , Grace

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2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah,, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, , luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:
I Can:
Lesson: (M-F)

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Monday 02/08/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_Begin lesson 9- multiply 3 and 4 digit numbers by one digit numbers applying the standard
algorithm. _
Lesson:
Direct Instruction: Concept development- teach the lesson from the engage NY outline. using sample problems.
Guided Practice: review- fluency practice- students will review expanded form, they will multiply mentally, students will
also multiply using disks. after several examples of direct instruction, the teacher will then allow students to use their
personal white boards to participate and practice with sample problems.
Independent Practice: Students will complete the application problem in lesson 8. The teacher will go over it after
students have finished the problem. After finishing the concept development, students will be given the problem set as
independent practice on their own. The teacher will review the problem set and students will use that to assist them in
their homework.
Standard: M.4.NBT.5- multiply a whole number of up to 4 digits by a one-digit whole number.
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I CAN: I can multiply a 3 or 4 digit number by a one digit number.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story: "Let Me Be Brave", "The Right Dog for the Job"
Lesson: Teacher Read Aloud “Let Me Be Brave,” T86–T87, Read and Comprehend, T90–T91 FIRST READ Think
Through the Text Read the Anchor Text: “The Right Dog for the Job: Ira’s Path from Service Dog to Guide T92–T103,
Fluency Model Intonation, T86

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Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:Introduce Vocabulary words: reward, graduate, symbol, foster, disobey, confidence, patiently, confesses,
ceremony, performs. review vocabulary in Context, T88–T89 Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T116
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T122 Teach Adverbs, T122
Spelling:review words with final /j/ and /s/ sounds: glance, judge, damage, package, twice, stage, carriage, since,
practice, marriage, baggage, office, message, bridge, chance, notice, ridge, manage, palace, bandage. Pretest, T120
Writing: Narrative Writing: Friendly Letter Analyze the Model, T126

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.

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• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader Animals Helping People, Differentiated Instruction, p. T136
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Tuesday 02/09/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__finish lesson 9 begin lesson 10-multiply a 3 and 4 digit number by one digit numbers applying the
standard algorithm. _
Standard:M.4.OA.1- Interpret a multiplication problem, M.4.OA.2- multiply or divide to solve word problems,
M.4.OA.3-Solve multi-step word problems, M.4.NBT.5- Multiply a whole number of up to 4 digits by a one digit number.
M.NBT.1- recognize that a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to
its right.
Lesson:
direct Instruction:Concept development- teacher will use sample problems from engage NY lesson to teach the concept
of multiplying a 3 and 4 digit number by a one digit number.
guided practice:fluency practice- we will represent expanded form, multiply mentally, and multiply using partial product.
The teacher will go over lesson 9 homework to review lesson 9 with the class.
independent practice: Students will be given the exit ticket for lesson 9 to assess their understanding of lesson 9.
application problem- students will answer the problem given in the engage NY- teacher will review the problem with the
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practice. They will be allowed time to complete it, then the teacher will go over it with the class when completed. Students
will be given homework that goes along with the lesson.
I CAN: I can multiply a 3 or 4 digit number by a one digit number.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:The Right Dog For The Job

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Lesson: Turn and Talk, T106, Dig Deeper: How to Analyze the Text, T104–T105 • Sequence of Events • Main Ideas and
Details • SECOND READ Analyze the Text Reread the Anchor Text: “The Right Dog for the Job: Ira’s Path from Service
Dog to Guide Dog,” T95, T99, T101 Your Turn, T106–T107, Fluency Teach Intonation, T118 Practice Intonation, T97
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:Domain specific vocabualy
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T123 Teach Adverbs of Intensity and Frequency, T123
Spelling:Words with Final /j/ and /s/: Word Sort, T120
Writing: Narrative Writing: Friendly Letter Teach the Focus Trait, T127

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.

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• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:Sequence of Events; Summarize, p. T138
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Wednesday 02/10/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_finish lesson 10, begin lesson 11- Connect the area model and the partial products method to the
standard algorithm.__
Standard:M.4.NBT.5-Multiply a whole number of up to 4 digits by a one digit number, M.NBT.1- recognize that a multidigit number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right
I CAN: I can connect the area model and partial products method to the standard algorithm.
Lesson:
Direct Instructionguided practiceIndependent practiceSkills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,

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Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:"The Right Dog for the Job"
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T109, Independent Reading • Reader’s Guide: “The Right Dog for the Job: Ira’s Path
from Service Dog to Guide Dog,” T108 • Self-Selected Reading, T108, Fluency Practice Expression, T108 Decoding More
Sound/Spelling Changes, T119,
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:Apply Vocabulary Knowledge, T109
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T123 Teach Adverbs in Different Parts of Sentences, T123

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Spelling:Words with Final /j/ and /s/: Multiple Meaning Words, T121
Writing:Narrative Writing: Friendly Letter Prewrite, T127

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara

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4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:Animal Doctors, p. T140
On:A Rural Veterinarian, p. T141
Above:Helping Wild Animals, p. T142
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Thursday 02/11/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__finish lesson 11, begin lesson 12- solve two-step word problems, including multiplicative
comparison. _
Standard:M.4.OA.2- multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison by using drawings and
equations with a symbol for unknown number to represent the problem and distinguishing the multiplicative comparison
from additive comparison.
I CAN: I can solve a 2 step multiplication word problem.
Lesson- direct instruction: begin concept development- model the problem teach students calculate and solve and write a
statement, assess the solution.
guided practice- complete fluency practice- multiply mentally, and multiply in three different ways- follow engage ny
outline
independent practice- complete exit ticket form lesson 11. give problem set for students to begin working on, go over with
studetns once they are finished. pass out homework.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives

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Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:"The Right Dog for the Job", "Knowing Noses"
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T110, Connect to the Topic • Read Informational Text: “Knowing Noses: Search-andRescue Dogs,” T110–T112 • Think Through the Text, T112 Compare Texts, T113 Practice Intonation, T111
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:Vocabulary Strategies Suffixes -ion, -ation, -ition, T114–T115

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Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T124 Review Adverbs, T124
Spelling:Words with Final /j/ and /s/: Connect to Writing, T121
Writing: Narrative Writing: Friendly Letter Draft, T128

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:

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1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:Suffixes -ion, -ation, -ition, p. T144
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Friday 02/12/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module_3_ Lessons_finish lesson 12- review weeks lessons.
Standard:M.4.OA.2- multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison by using drawings and
equations with a symbol for unknown number to represent the problem and distinguishing the multiplicative comparison
from additive comparison.
I CAN: I can solve a two step multiplication problem.
Lesson:
Guided practice: review lesson 12 homework. review all lessons for the week practice with the whole group.
Independent practice : exit ticket for lesson 12-to check for understanding, allow time to complete
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,

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Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:"The Right Dog for the Job" "Knowing Noses"
Lesson: Speaking and Listening, T117, Extend the Topic: Service Animals • Optional Second Read: “Knowing Noses:
Search-and-Rescue Dogs,” T110–T112, Progress Monitoring, T131
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T116
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T124 Connect Grammar to Writing, T124–T125

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Spelling:Words with Final /j/ and /s/: Assess, T121
Writing: Narrative Writing: Friendly Letter Analyze the Model, T128–T129

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke

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Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding-pp. T146–T147
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Monday 02/15/2016

Presidents' Day
Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 begin lesson 13
Standard:
Objective:Use multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve multi-step word problems.
I CAN: I can use multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve a multi-step word problem.
Direct Instruction: Concept Development: Teacher will model and teach the lesson from the engageny outline using
sample problems. "Over the summer, Kate earned $180 each week for 7 weeks. Of that money, she spent $375 on a
new computer and $137 on new clothes. How much money did she have left?" This multi-step problem requires students
to apply their knowledge of multiplication of a multi-digit number by a single-digit number. While most students may apply
the multiplication algorithm, they should be encouraged to use whichever strategy they are most comfortable with to
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Guided practice: Fluency practice: Students will review mental multiplication and multiplying using partial products and
standard algorithm. After several examples of direct instruction, the teacher will then allow students to use their personal
white boards to participate and practice sample problems.
Independent practice: Students will be given the problem set as independent practice on their own. The teacher will
review the problem set and students will use that to assist them with their homework.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments. Extend the problems
for students working above grade level. Learners differ in their solution strategies, and classroom discussion is enriched
with the sharing of diverse, innovative, efficient, and thoughtful solutions.

Standards:
M.4.NBT.4 Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
M.4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers,
using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using
equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.

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Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story: Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Teacher Read Aloud “Theseus and the Minotaur,” T160–T161, Introduce Vocabulary Vocabulary in Context,
T162–T163 Read and Comprehend, T164–T165 FIRST READ Think Through the Text Read the Anchor Text: “Hercules’
Quest,” T166–T175, Fluency Model Accuracy and SelfCorrection, T160
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T200 Teach Prepositions, T200
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: unused, refresh, dislike, replace, unpaid, redo, disorder, unplanned, distrust, rewind,
untrue, unload, recall, displease, uneven, rebuild, restart, uncover, untidy, discolor Pretest, T198
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Analyze the Model, T204

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.

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ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.2 Students will demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word
meanings.
• explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context.
• recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages and proverbs.
• demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not
identical meanings (synonyms).
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader: Long Ago in Greece, Differentiated Instruction, p. T214
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.

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Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Tuesday 02/16/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 13 and begin lesson 14
Standard:
Objective: Solve division word problems with remainders.
I CAN: I can solve division word problems with remainders
Direct Instruction:: Concept development- Teacher will use the engageny outline to teach students how to divide a twodigit number by a one-digit number modeled with an array, with and without reminders, using tape diagrams.
Guided Practice: Review homework. Fluency practice- group count to divide, number sentences in an array, divide with
remainders. Teacher will guide students as they practice these skills. Teacher will review problem set with the class once
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Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 13 to assess their understanding of lesson 13. Students
will work independently on application problem. This Application Problem reviews the objective of Lesson 13: Use
multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve multi-step word problems. It precedes the Fluency Practice and Concept
Development as a review of multiplication skills prior to work with division in Grade 4, which starts in this lesson. After
concept development, students will work on problem set problems independently. Teacher will review problem set with
the class and students will use problem set to help assist with their homework.

Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments. Some students may
want to model using a tape diagram.
Standards:
M.4.OA.1 Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times
as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication
equations.
M.4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers,
using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using
equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

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Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Turn and Talk, T178, Dig Deeper: How to Analyze the Text, T176– T177 • Story Structure • Theme • Allusion
SECOND READ Analyze the Text Reread the Anchor Text: “Hercules’ Quest,” T171, T173, T175 Your Turn, T178–T179,
Fluency Teach Accuracy and Self Correction, T196 Practice Accuracy and SelfCorrection, T169.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T201 Teach Prepositional Phrases, T201
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Word Sort, T198
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Teach the Focus Trait, T205

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
text.
ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C11.3 Students will draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection and
research.
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to literature (e.g., "describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama,
drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions].").
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to informational texts (e.g., "explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to
support particular points in a text.").
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.

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ELA.4.SL.C13.1 Students will engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups and
teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own
clearly.
• come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other
information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion.
• follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
• pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information and make comments that contribute to the
discussion and link to the remarks of others.
• review the key ideas expressed and explain their own ideas and understanding in light of the discussion.
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:Story Structure; Question, p. T216
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.

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weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Wednesday 02/17/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 14 begin lesson 15.
Standard:
Objective: Understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
I CAN: I can understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
Direct Instruction: Concept development- Teacher will model and teach lesson from the engageny outline using sample
problems. how to solve a division problem with and without a remainder using the area model and solve a division
problem using an array and the area model.
Guided Practice; Review homework. Fluency practice- Teacher will guide students as they review place values and place
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Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 14 to assess their understanding of lesson 14. Before
beginning lesson 15, students will be given an application problem that relates to the objective of Lesson 14 in that
students solve a division word problem with a remainder. Here, students interpret the remainder to determine the total
number of scrapbook pages needed. This anticipates the last problem in this lesson. After concept development,
students will be given problem set problems to complete on their own. The teacher will go over problem set problems with
the class to help assist with homework practice.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Modeling the array (rather than the tape diagram) may give students a clearer picture of the solution to the
Application Problem. Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.1 Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in
the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.

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Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T181, Independent Reading • Reader’s Guide: “Hercules’ Quest,” T180 • Self-Selected
Reading, T180 Apply Vocabulary Knowledge, T181, Fluency Practice Expression, T180 Decoding Recognizing Prefixes
re-, un-, dis-, T197,
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T201 Extend Prepositional Phrases, T201
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Analogies, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Prewrite, T205

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.1 Students will engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups and
teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own
clearly.
• come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other
information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion.
• follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
• pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information and make comments that contribute to the
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• review the key ideas expressed and explain their own ideas and understanding in light of the discussion.
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.2 Students will demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word
meanings.
• explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context.
• recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages and proverbs.
• demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not
identical meanings (synonyms).
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:King Midas and the Golden Touch, p. T218
On:The Adventures of Perseus, p. T219
Above:The Story of Icarus, p. T220
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
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I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Thursday 02/18/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement- Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 15 begin lesson 16.
Standard:
Objective:: Understand and solve two-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in the ones place by using place
value disks.
I CAN: I can Understand and solve two-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in the ones place by using place
value disks.
Direct Instruction: Concept development- Teacher will model how to solve two-digit dividend division problems with and
without remainders, using the engage NY outline.
Guided Practice: Review Homework. Fluency practice- This fluency activity prepares students to divide with remainders
during today’s Concept Development.
Direct students to count forward and backward, occasionally changing the direction of the count:
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threes to 30
four to 40
fives to 50
Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 15 to assess understanding of lesson 15. After concept
development, students will be given problem set problems to complete on their own. The teacher will review problem set
with the class and students will use problem set to help assist for homework practice.
Skills/Strategies:Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, exploitative learning,
manipulatives
Assessments:include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation:Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments. Since learners differ in
their physical abilities, provide options for modeling and crossing out small dots, such as concrete place value disks in an
enlarged place value chart, drawing larger circles, drawing tick marks, or using fingerprints. Adjust response time
accordingly.
A student whose pace is ahead
of the class may be engaged by
journaling a response to the
following:
§ Compare the quotients of 36 ÷
3 and 6 ÷ 3. What do you
notice?
§ Write three equations to check
36 ÷ 3 = 12.
§ Compare the models of
division (i.e., array, area
model, etc.).

Standards:
M.4.OA.1 Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times
as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication
equations.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
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Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T182, Connect to the Topic • Read Folktale: “Zomo’s Friends,” T182–T190 • Think
Through the Text, T184, T186, T188, T190 Compare Texts, T191 Vocabulary Strategies Adages and Proverbs,
T192–T193, Fluency Practice Accuracy and Self-Correction, T183
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T202 Review Prepositional Phrases, T202
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Connect to Writing, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Draft, T206

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.1 Students will refer to details and examples in a literary text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.2 Students will determine a theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the literary text; summarize the
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ELA.4.R.C1.3 Students will describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific
details in the literary text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions).
ELA.4.R.C2.1 Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a literary text, including
those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., herculean).
ELA.4.R.C3.1 Students will make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of
the literary text, identifying where each version reflects specific descriptions and directions in the text.
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.2 Students will demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word
meanings.
• explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context.

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• recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages and proverbs.
• demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not
identical meanings (synonyms).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:Adages and Proverbs, p. T222
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can look at artwork and choose things about it that make it different and unique.
Standard:VA..O.4.5.04- Choose artwork and discuss characteristics that make it unique.
Extra PE:
Day:wednesday
Activity:kids zumba
Health:
WE.4.02.01

recommend specific
resources in the community
from which to seek health
care, health information, and
health enhancing activities.
Discuss some aids that can help people
Character Ed:sympathetic
Multicultural:African American Month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" create flash cards to assist student learning.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson:Discuss jobs of people who work with animals, for example: vets, zookeeper, dog catchers, animal
trainers, etc...
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 16, review weeks lessons.
Standard:
Objective:Understand and solve two-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in the ones place by using place
value disks.
I CAN: I can understand and solve two-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in the ones place by using place
value disks.
Guided practice:Review lesson 16 homework, review all lessons for the week practice with whole group.
Independent practice: Students will complete exit ticket for lesson 16.
** Today we will complete a diagnostic test to practice for summative assessment in mathematics**

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Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.OA.1 Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times
as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication
equations.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Standards:

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Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Speaking and Listening, T195, Extend the Topic: Traditional Tales • Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T194 •
Optional Second Read: “Zomo’s Friends,” T182–T190, Fluency Progress Monitoring, T209,
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T202 Connect Grammar to Writing, T202–T203
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Assess, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Analyze the Model, T206–T207

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C3.1 Students will make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of
the literary text, identifying where each version reflects specific descriptions and directions in the text.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.SL.C14.1 Students will report on a topic or text, tell a story or recount an experience in an organized manner,
using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speak clearly at an
understandable pace.
ELA.4.SL.C14.2 Students will add audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when appropriate to enhance
the development of main ideas or themes.
ELA.4.SL.C14.3 Students will differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and
situations where informal discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion); use formal English when appropriate to
task and situation. (see grade 4 language objectives for specific expectations.)
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.

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• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C16.1 Students will use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading or
listening.
• choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.
• choose punctuation for effect.
• differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal
discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decodingpp. T224–T225
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.06- Support statements with facts found through research from various sources, including
technology.
I Can:I can find facts in research in science.
weekly Lesson M-Students will be given a topic of a career that works with animals. they will collect information from their
source and organize it and present it to the class.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation.

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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can:I can compare and explain how artworks represent feelings.
Standard:VA.O.4.5.03
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- kids zumba
Health:WE.4.1.01- Students will identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.
Character Ed:trustworthy- discuss and show examples with class.
Multicultural:African American month- Discuss and watch videos on famous African Americans- martin Luther, Rosa
parks, etc...
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to help with learning vocabulary.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson: Discuss jobs of African Americans that are successful.
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_finish lesson 10, begin lesson 11- Connect the area model and the partial products method to the
standard algorithm.__
Standard:M.4.NBT.5-Multiply a whole number of up to 4 digits by a one digit number, M.NBT.1- recognize that a multidigit number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right
I CAN: I can connect the area model and partial products method to the standard algorithm.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
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Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story: Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Teacher Read Aloud “Theseus and the Minotaur,” T160–T161, Introduce Vocabulary Vocabulary in Context,
T162–T163 Read and Comprehend, T164–T165 FIRST READ Think Through the Text Read the Anchor Text: “Hercules’
Quest,” T166–T175, Fluency Model Accuracy and SelfCorrection, T160
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T200 Teach Prepositions, T200
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: unused, refresh, dislike, replace, unpaid, redo, disorder, unplanned, distrust, rewind,
untrue, unload, recall, displease, uneven, rebuild, restart, uncover, untidy, discolor Pretest, T198
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Analyze the Model, T204

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen, Carrie

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3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader- Long Ago in Greece, Differentiated Instruction, p. T214
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation

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Tuesday 02/23/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can:I can compare and explain how artworks represent feelings.
Standard:VA.O.4.5.03
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- kids zumba
Health:WE.4.1.01- Students will identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.
Character Ed:trustworthy- discuss and show examples with class.
Multicultural:African American month- Discuss and watch videos on famous African Americans- martin Luther, Rosa
parks, etc...
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to help with learning vocabulary.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson: Discuss jobs of African Americans that are successful.
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__finish lesson 11, begin lesson 12- solve two-step word problems, including multiplicative
comparison. _
Standard:M.4.OA.2- multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison by using drawings and
equations with a symbol for unknown number to represent the problem and distinguishing the multiplicative comparison
from additive comparison.
I CAN: I can solve a 2 step multiplication word problem.
Lesson- direct instruction: begin concept development- model the problem teach students calculate and solve and write a
statement, assess the solution.
guided practice- complete fluency practice- multiply mentally, and multiply in three different ways- follow engage ny
outline
independent practice- complete exit ticket form lesson 11. give problem set for students to begin working on, go over with
studetns once they are finished. pass out homework.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*

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Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Turn and Talk, T178, Dig Deeper: How to Analyze the Text, T176– T177 • Story Structure • Theme • Allusion
SECOND READ Analyze the Text Reread the Anchor Text: “Hercules’ Quest,” T171, T173, T175 Your Turn, T178–T179,
Fluency Teach Accuracy and Self Correction, T196 Practice Accuracy and SelfCorrection, T169.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T201 Teach Prepositional Phrases, T201
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Word Sort, T198

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Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Teach the Focus Trait, T205

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:Story Structure; Question, p. T216
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation

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Wednesday 02/24/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can:I can compare and explain how artworks represent feelings.
Standard:VA.O.4.5.03
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- kids zumba
Health:WE.4.1.01- Students will identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.
Character Ed:trustworthy- discuss and show examples with class.
Multicultural:African American month- Discuss and watch videos on famous African Americans- martin Luther, Rosa
parks, etc...
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to help with learning vocabulary.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson: Discuss jobs of African Americans that are successful.
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 begin lesson 13
Standard:
Objective:Use multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve multi-step word problems.
I CAN: I can use multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve a multi-step word problem.
Direct Instruction: Concept Development: Teacher will model and teach the lesson from the engageny outline using
sample problems. "Over the summer, Kate earned $180 each week for 7 weeks. Of that money, she spent $375 on a
new computer and $137 on new clothes. How much money did she have left?" This multi-step problem requires students
to apply their knowledge of multiplication of a multi-digit number by a single-digit number. While most students may apply
the multiplication algorithm, they should be encouraged to use whichever strategy they are most comfortable with to
complete the multiplication.
Guided practice: Fluency practice: Students will review mental multiplication and multiplying using partial products and
standard algorithm. After several examples of direct instruction, the teacher will then allow students to use their personal
white boards to participate and practice sample problems.
Independent practice: Students will be given the problem set as independent practice on their own. The teacher will
review the problem set and students will use that to assist them with their homework.
Standards:
M.4.NBT.4 Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

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M.4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers,
using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using
equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T181, Independent Reading • Reader’s Guide: “Hercules’ Quest,” T180 • Self-Selected
Reading, T180 Apply Vocabulary Knowledge, T181, Fluency Practice Expression, T180 Decoding Recognizing Prefixes
re-, un-, dis-, T197,
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful

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Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T201 Extend Prepositional Phrases, T201
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Analogies, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Prewrite, T205

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:King Midas and the Golden Touch, p. T218
On:The Adventures of Perseus, p. T219
Above:The Story of Icarus, p. T220
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation

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Day View
Thursday 02/25/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can:I can compare and explain how artworks represent feelings.
Standard:VA.O.4.5.03
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- kids zumba
Health:WE.4.1.01- Students will identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.
Character Ed:trustworthy- discuss and show examples with class.
Multicultural:African American month- Discuss and watch videos on famous African Americans- martin Luther, Rosa
parks, etc...
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to help with learning vocabulary.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson: Discuss jobs of African Americans that are successful.
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 13 and begin lesson 14
Standard:
Objective: Solve division word problems with remainders.
I CAN: I can solve division word problems with remainders
Direct Instruction:: Concept development- Teacher will use the engageny outline to teach students how to divide a twodigit number by a one-digit number modeled with an array, with and without reminders, using tape diagrams.
Guided Practice: Review homework. Fluency practice- group count to divide, number sentences in an array, divide with
remainders. Teacher will guide students as they practice these skills. Teacher will review problem set with the class once
they have finished.

Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 13 to assess their understanding of lesson 13. Students
will work independently on application problem. This Application Problem reviews the objective of Lesson 13: Use
multiplication, addition, or subtraction to solve multi-step word problems. It precedes the Fluency Practice and Concept
Development as a review of multiplication skills prior to work with division in Grade 4, which starts in this lesson. After
concept development, students will work on problem set problems independently. Teacher will review problem set with
the class and students will use problem set to help assist with their homework.

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Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments. Some students may
want to model using a tape diagram.
Standards:
M.4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers,
using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using
equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.OA.1 Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times
as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication
equations.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:

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Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T182, Connect to the Topic • Read Folktale: “Zomo’s Friends,” T182–T190 • Think
Through the Text, T184, T186, T188, T190 Compare Texts, T191 Vocabulary Strategies Adages and Proverbs,
T192–T193, Fluency Practice Accuracy and Self-Correction, T183
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T202 Review Prepositional Phrases, T202
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Connect to Writing, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Draft, T206
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:Adages and Proverbs, p. T222
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation

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Friday 02/26/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can:I can compare and explain how artworks represent feelings.
Standard:VA.O.4.5.03
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- kids zumba
Health:WE.4.1.01- Students will identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.
Character Ed:trustworthy- discuss and show examples with class.
Multicultural:African American month- Discuss and watch videos on famous African Americans- martin Luther, Rosa
parks, etc...
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to help with learning vocabulary.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Career Lesson: Discuss jobs of African Americans that are successful.
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 14 begin lesson 15.
Standard:
Objective: Understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
I CAN: I can understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
Direct Instruction: Concept development- Teacher will model and teach lesson from the engageny outline using sample
problems. how to solve a division problem with and without a remainder using the area model and solve a division
problem using an array and the area model.
Guided Practice; Review homework. Fluency practice- Teacher will guide students as they review place values and place
value disks, dividing with remainders, and using number sentences in an array.
Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 14 to assess their understanding of lesson 14. Before
beginning lesson 15, students will be given an application problem that relates to the objective of Lesson 14 in that
students solve a division word problem with a remainder. Here, students interpret the remainder to determine the total
number of scrapbook pages needed. This anticipates the last problem in this lesson. After concept development,
students will be given problem set problems to complete on their own. The teacher will go over problem set problems with
the class to help assist with homework practice.

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Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Modeling the array (rather than the tape diagram) may give students a clearer picture of the solution to the
Application Problem. Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.NBT.1 Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in
the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading

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Story:Hercules' Quest
Lesson: Speaking and Listening, T195, Extend the Topic: Traditional Tales • Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T194 •
Optional Second Read: “Zomo’s Friends,” T182–T190, Fluency Progress Monitoring, T209,
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed, glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T202 Connect Grammar to Writing, T202–T203
Spelling:Prefixes re-, un-, dis-: Assess, T199
Writing:Narrative Writing: Story Analyze the Model, T206–T207

Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding pp. T224–T225
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:
I Can:
weekly Lesson M-F:
Lab/experiment:
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.C.3- explore the concepts for rule of law to create a visual or oral presentation of how these concepts
protect individual rights and the common good.
I Can:I can discuss things that are apart of the common good, and having good citizenship.
Lesson: (M-F) students will read page 64 in their social studies book on Common Good. We will discuss as a class. Each
day of the week we will also read some picture books on the bill of rights, discussing rights of people in the nation

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Monday 02/29/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create artwork using a variety of textures.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05
We will discuss what variety means. Students will be shown examples of artwork that have different textures. students will
bring scraps of different things that have different textures in to class to glue together to create a piece of artwork that
represents them.
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- brainpop work out- kids zumba
Health: WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the circulatory system. show students a video on the circulatory system and how it works. Have students label
all the major organs of the circulatory system.
Character Ed:Trustworthy- discuss with class, and give examples.
Multicultural:creative arts month- have students create artwork that represents them.
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 13 and begin lesson 14
Standard:M.4.NBT.5, 6; M.4.OA.1
Objective: Solve division word problems with remainders.
I CAN: I can solve division word problems with remainders
Direct Instruction:: Concept development- Teacher will use the engageny outline to teach students how to divide a twodigit number by a one-digit number modeled with an array, with and without reminders, using tape diagrams.
Guided Practice: Review homework. Fluency practice- group count to divide, number sentences in an array, divide with
remainders. Teacher will guide students as they practice these skills. Teacher will review problem set with the class once
they have finished.

Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 13 to assess their understanding of lesson 13. Students
will work independently on application problem. This Application Problem reviews the objective of Lesson 13: Use
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Development as a review of multiplication skills prior to work with division in Grade 4, which starts in this lesson. After
concept development, students will work on problem set problems independently. Teacher will review problem set with
the class and students will use problem set to help assist with their homework.

Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments. Some students may
want to model using a tape diagram.
Standards:
M.4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers,
using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using
equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.OA.1 Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times
as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication
equations.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
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Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez
I can make a conclusion about a story. I can infer and predict what will happen in a story.
Lesson: EQ: Why is farming important? Teacher Read Aloud “The Father of India,” T238–T239 Introduce Vocabulary
Vocabulary in Context, T240–T241 Read and Comprehend, T242–T243 FIRST READ Think Through the Text Read the
Anchor Text: “Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez,” T244–T255 Research/Media Literacy, T269
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:overcome, association, capitol, drought, dedicate, publicity, violence, conflicts, horizon, brilliant
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T274 Teach Clauses, T274
Spelling:Suffixes -ful, -less, -ness, -ment: Pretest, T272
Writing:Narrative Writing: Prewrite a Personal Narrative Analyze the Model, T278

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C11.2 Students will recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and
digital sources; take notes and categorize information and provide a list of sources.
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
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ELA.4.SL.C13.1 Students will engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups and
teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own
clearly.
• come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other
information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion.
• follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
• pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information and make comments that contribute to the
discussion and link to the remarks of others.
• review the key ideas expressed and explain their own ideas and understanding in light of the discussion.
ELA.4.SL.C13.2 Students will paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and
formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader: Tough Times, Differentiated Instruction, p. T288 Intro vocab, discuss vocab cards and read
the story and discuss.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.WV.3- Students will pose, research, and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
I Can:I can come up with and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)- We will discuss as a class some things that we know about WV. We will create a chart of some facts and
topics that we want to know about WV. Form there the class will be assigned a couple different questions that the whole
class has came up with and students will research those questions and create a graphic organizer answering the
questions they find from their research. Students will write a summary answering the question they were given to
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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create artwork using a variety of textures.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05
We will discuss what variety means. Students will be shown examples of artwork that have different textures. students will
bring scraps of different things that have different textures in to class to glue together to create a piece of artwork that
represents them.
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- brainpop work out kids zumba
Health: WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the Respiratory system. show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color the coordinating parts/organs.
Character Ed:Trustworthy- discuss with class, and give examples.
Multicultural:creative arts month- have students create artwork that represents them.
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 3 finish lesson 14 begin lesson 15.
Standard:M.4.NBT.6, M.4.NBT.1
Objective: Understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
I CAN: I can understand and solve division problems with a remainder using the array and area models.
Direct Instruction: Concept development- Teacher will model and teach lesson from the engageny outline using sample
problems. how to solve a division problem with and without a remainder using the area model and solve a division
problem using an array and the area model.
Guided Practice; Review homework. Fluency practice- Teacher will guide students as they review place values and place
value disks, dividing with remainders, and using number sentences in an array.
Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 14 to assess their understanding of lesson 14. Before
beginning lesson 15, students will be given an application problem that relates to the objective of Lesson 14 in that
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number of scrapbook pages needed. This anticipates the last problem in this lesson. After concept development,
students will be given problem set problems to complete on their own. The teacher will go over problem set problems with
the class to help assist with homework practice.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Modeling the array (rather than the tape diagram) may give students a clearer picture of the solution to the
Application Problem. Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
M.4.NBT.1 Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in
the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

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Reading
Story:Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez
Lesson: Turn and Talk, T258 Dig Deeper: How to Analyze the Text, T256– T257 • Conclusions and Generalizations •
Problem and Solution • Idioms SECOND READ Analyze the Text Reread the Anchor Text: “Harvesting Hope: The Story
of Cesar Chavez,” T251, T253, T255 Your Turn, T258–T259 Research/Media Literacy, T269 Fluency Teach Stress, T270
Practice Stress, T249
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:overcome, association, capitol, drought, dedicate, publicity, violence, conflicts, horizon, brilliant
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T275 Teach Relative Pronouns, T275
Spelling:Suffixes -ful, -less, -ness, -ment: Word Sort, T272
Writing:Narrative Writing: Prewrite a Personal Narrative Teach the Focus Trait, T279

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C11.1 Students will conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different
aspects of a topic.
ELA.4.W.C11.2 Students will recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and
digital sources; take notes and categorize information and provide a list of sources.
ELA.4.W.C11.3 Students will draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection and
research.
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to literature (e.g., "describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama,
drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions].").
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to informational texts (e.g., "explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to
support particular points in a text.").
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.1 Students will engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups and
teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own
clearly.
• come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other
information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion.
• follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
• pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information and make comments that contribute to the
discussion and link to the remarks of others.
• review the key ideas expressed and explain their own ideas and understanding in light of the discussion.

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ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C17.2 Students will demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word
meanings.
• explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context.
• recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages and proverbs.
• demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not
identical meanings (synonyms).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion: Conclusions and Generalizations; Infer/Predict, p. T290, model and have students
practice making inferences on the story.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.WV.3- Students will pose, research, and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
I Can:I can come up with and answer questions relating to West Virginia.

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Lesson: (M-F)- We will discuss as a class some things that we know about WV. We will create a chart of some facts and
topics that we want to know about WV. Form there the class will be assigned a couple different questions that the whole
class has came up with and students will research those questions and create a graphic organizer answering the
questions they find from their research. Students will write a summary answering the question they were given to
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Wednesday 03/02/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create artwork using a variety of textures.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05
We will discuss what variety means. Students will be shown examples of artwork that have different textures. students will
bring scraps of different things that have different textures in to class to glue together to create a piece of artwork that
represents them.
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- brainpop work out kids zumba
Health: WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the circulatory system. show students a video on the circulatory system and how it works. Have students label
all the major organs of the circulatory system.
Character Ed:Trustworthy- discuss with class, and give examples.
Multicultural:creative arts month- have students create artwork that represents them.
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_Finish lesson 15, begin lesson 16- understand and solve two-digit dividend division problems with
a remainder in the ones place by using place value disks.__
Standard: M.4.NBT.6I CAN: I can solve 2 digit dividend division problems.
Direct Instruction: Begin the fluency practice, group counting, divide with remainders. Concept development- model the
problems 1-3.
Guided Practice:allow students to practice by completing a division problem alongside the teacher. check for
understanding. Give students the problem set. once they are finished, go over with them so they can use the problem set
to assist them with homework.
Independent Practice: Allow students to complete the exit ticket for lesson 15 to check for understanding. Give homework
lesson 16 for students to complete.
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Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez
Lesson: Independent Reading • Reader’s Guide: “Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez,” T260 • Self-Selected
Reading, T260 Apply Vocabulary Knowledge, T261 Research/Media Literacy, T269 Fluency Practice Expression, T260
Decoding More Common Suffixes, T271

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Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:overcome, association, capitol, drought, dedicate, publicity, violence, conflicts, horizon, brilliant
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T275 Teach Relative Adverbs, T275
Spelling:Suffixes -ful, -less, -ness, -ment: Synonyms, T273
Writing:Narrative Writing: Prewrite a Personal Narrative Prewrite, T279

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.W.C11.1 Students will conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different
aspects of a topic.
ELA.4.W.C11.2 Students will recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and
digital sources; take notes and categorize information and provide a list of sources.
ELA.4.W.C11.3 Students will draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection and
research.
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to literature (e.g., "describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama,
drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., a character's thoughts, words or actions].").
• apply grade 4 reading objectives to informational texts (e.g., "explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to
support particular points in a text.").
ELA.4.W.C12.1 Students will write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection and revision) and
shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes and audiences.
ELA.4.SL.C13.1 Students will engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups and
teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own
clearly.
• come to discussions prepared, having read or studied required material; explicitly draw on that preparation and other
information known about the topic to explore ideas under discussion.
• follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
• pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information and make comments that contribute to the
discussion and link to the remarks of others.
• review the key ideas expressed and explain their own ideas and understanding in light of the discussion.
ELA.4.SL.C14.2 Students will add audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when appropriate to enhance
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ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:Songs for the People, p. T292
On:The People’s President, p. T293
Above:The Story of Dorothea Lange, p. T294
Read and discuss the story, making inferences and drawing conclusions
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
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I Can:I can come up with and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)- We will discuss as a class some things that we know about WV. We will create a chart of some facts and
topics that we want to know about WV. Form there the class will be assigned a couple different questions that the whole
class has came up with and students will research those questions and create a graphic organizer answering the
questions they find from their research. Students will write a summary answering the question they were given to
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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create artwork using a variety of textures.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05
We will discuss what variety means. Students will be shown examples of artwork that have different textures. students will
bring scraps of different things that have different textures in to class to glue together to create a piece of artwork that
represents them.
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- brainpop work out-kids zumba
Health: WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the circulatory system. show students a video on the circulatory system and how it works. Have students label
all the major organs of the circulatory system.
Character Ed:Trustworthy- discuss with class, and give examples.
Multicultural:creative arts month- have students create artwork that represents them.
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_Finish lesson 16, begin lesson 17- Represent and solve division problems requiring decomposing
a remainder in the tens.
Standard: M.4.NBT.6I CAN: I can solve 2 digit dividend division problems.
Direct Instruction: Begin the fluency practice, group counting, divide mentally, and divide using the standard algorithm.
Concept development- model the problems 1-3.
Guided Practice:allow students to practice by completing a division problem alongside the teacher. check for
understanding. Give students the problem set. once they are finished, go over with them so they can use the problem set
to assist them with homework.
Independent Practice: Allow students to complete the exit ticket for lesson 16 to check for understanding. Give homework
lesson 17 for students to complete.
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Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T262 Connect to the Topic • Read Informational Text: “The Edible Schoolyard,”
T262–T264 • Think Through the Text, T264 Compare Texts, T265 Vocabulary Strategies Reference Materials,
T266–T267 Research/Media Literacy, T269 Fluency Practice Stress, T263

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Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:overcome, association, capitol, drought, dedicate, publicity, violence, conflicts, horizon, brilliant
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T276 Review Relative Pronouns and Adverbs, T276
Spelling:Suffixes -ful, -less, -ness, -ment: Connect to Writing, T273
Writing:Narrative Writing: Prewrite a Personal Narrative Prewrite, T280

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.W.C11.1 Students will conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different
aspects of a topic.
ELA.4.W.C11.2 Students will recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and
digital sources; take notes and categorize information and provide a list of sources.
ELA.4.SL.C14.2 Students will add audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when appropriate to enhance
the development of main ideas or themes.
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
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• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C17.1 Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases
based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
• use context (e.g., definitions, examples or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
• use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph,
photograph, autograph).
• consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital, to find the pronunciation
and determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases.
ELA.4.L.C17.2 Students will demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word
meanings.
• explain the meaning of simple similes and metaphors (e.g., as pretty as a picture) in context.
• recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages and proverbs.
• demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not
identical meanings (synonyms).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies: Reference Materials, p. T296 discuss different types of reference materials and
how they are used.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.WV.3- Students will pose, research, and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
I Can:I can come up with and answer questions relating to West Virginia.

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Lesson: (M-F)- We will discuss as a class some things that we know about WV. We will create a chart of some facts and
topics that we want to know about WV. Form there the class will be assigned a couple different questions that the whole
class has came up with and students will research those questions and create a graphic organizer answering the
questions they find from their research. Students will write a summary answering the question they were given to
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Friday 03/04/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can create artwork using a variety of textures.
Standard:VA.O.4.2.05
We will discuss what variety means. Students will be shown examples of artwork that have different textures. students will
bring scraps of different things that have different textures in to class to glue together to create a piece of artwork that
represents them.
Extra PE:
Day: Wednesday
Activity:stretches- brainpop work out kids zumba
Health: WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the circulatory system. show students a video on the circulatory system and how it works. Have students label
all the major organs of the circulatory system.
Character Ed:Trustworthy- discuss with class, and give examples.
Multicultural:creative arts month- have students create artwork that represents them.
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn"
Transition activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module_3__ Lessons__15-17_
Standard:M.4.NBT.6
I CAN: I can solve a 2 digit dividend division problem.
Direct Instruction: Complete a quick review of the strategies, and topics taught fo the week, modeling how to solve a 2
digit dividend division problem.
Guided Practice:allow students some time to complete some division problems with the teacher. Check as a whole group.
Let students make up a division problem to share with their group.
Independent Practice: give students a quiz to check for understanding of the weekly skills.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
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M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez
Lesson: Speaking and Listening, T269, Extend the Topic: Agriculture • Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T268 • Research/
Media Literacy, T269 • Optional Second Read: “The Edible Schoolyard,” T262–T264 Fluency Progress Monitoring, T283
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:overcome, association, capitol, drought, dedicate, publicity, violence, conflicts, horizon, brilliant

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Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T276 Connect Grammar to Writing, T276–T277
Spelling:Suffixes -ful, -less, -ness, -ment: Assess, T273
Writing:Narrative Writing: Prewrite a Personal Narrative Prewrite, T280–281

Standards:
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.SL.C13.3 Students will identify the reasons and evidence a speaker provides to support particular points.
ELA.4.SL.C14.1 Students will report on a topic or text, tell a story or recount an experience in an organized manner,
using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speak clearly at an
understandable pace.
ELA.4.SL.C14.2 Students will add audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when appropriate to enhance
the development of main ideas or themes.
ELA.4.L.C15.1 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
• use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs (where, when, why,).
• form and use the progressive (e.g., i was walking; i am walking; i will be walking) verb tenses.
• use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
• order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small
bag).
• form and use prepositional phrases.
• produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
• correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
ELA.4.L.C15.2 Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation
and spelling when writing.
• use correct capitalization.
• use commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from a text.
• use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
• spell grade-appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed.
ELA.4.L.C17.3 Students will acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words
and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered)
and that are basic to a particular topic (e.g., wildlife, conservation and endangered when discussing animal
preservation).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding pp. T298–T299 review all
topics from the week.
Resource

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Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.WV.3- Students will pose, research, and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
I Can:I can come up with and answer questions relating to West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)- We will discuss as a class some things that we know about WV. We will create a chart of some facts and
topics that we want to know about WV. Form there the class will be assigned a couple different questions that the whole
class has came up with and students will research those questions and create a graphic organizer answering the
questions they find from their research. Students will write a summary answering the question they were given to
research and present to the whole class.

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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons_Finish lesson 16, begin lesson 17- Represent and solve division problems requiring decomposing
a remainder in the tens.
Standard: M.4.NBT.6I CAN: I can solve 2 digit dividend division problems.
Direct Instruction: Begin the fluency practice, group counting, divide mentally, and divide using the standard algorithm.
Concept development- model the problems 1-3.
Guided Practice:allow students to practice by completing a division problem alongside the teacher. check for
understanding. Give students the problem set. once they are finished, go over with them so they can use the problem set
to assist them with homework.
Independent Practice: Allow students to complete the exit ticket for lesson 16 to check for understanding. Give homework
lesson 17 for students to complete.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation

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Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Sacagawea
EQ:How do people from different cultures contribute to American history?
Lesson: Teacher Read Aloud “Race Against Death,” T312–T313 Introduce Vocabulary Vocabulary in Context,
T314–T315 Read and Comprehend, T316–T317 FIRST READ Think Through the Text Read the Anchor Text:
“Sacagawea,” T318–T333 Fluency Model Phrasing: Punctuation, T312
Skills/Strategies:

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Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:territory, accompany, propose, interpreter, duty, supplies, route, corps, clumsy, landmark
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T352 Teach Abbreviations for People and Places, T352
Spelling:Words with VCCV Pattern: Pretest, T350
Writing:Narrative Writing: Write a Personal Narrative Draft, T356

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)

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ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 1: Vocabulary Reader Lewis and Clark’s Packing List, Differentiated Instruction, p. T370
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard: SS.4.G.2- document the effects of and explain how people adapted to geographic factors: transportation
routes, settlement patterns and population density, culture interactions with others.
SS.4.H.CL4.2- analyze the people and events that facilitated Westward Expansion.
I Can:I can describe how some people adapted to geographic features.
I can analyze people and events that facilitated Westward expansion.
Lesson: (M-F)
Review geographic features. discuss how the class thinks people adapt to different areas. Name some of the different
places, and have students name different ways that people have to adapt to that environment.
Discuss the Westward expansion ( students have prior knowledge because of unit in history prior to this lesson.)
Discuss ways that Sacagawea assisted with Westward Expansion and what her purpose was.

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Tuesday 03/08/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module_3__ Lessons__15-17_
Standard:M.4.NBT.6
I CAN: I can solve a 2 digit dividend division problem.
Direct Instruction: Complete a quick review of the strategies, and topics taught fo the week, modeling how to solve a 2
digit dividend division problem.
Guided Practice:allow students some time to complete some division problems with the teacher. Check as a whole group.
Let students make up a division problem to share with their group.
Independent Practice: give students a quiz to check for understanding of the weekly skills.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:

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M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Sacagawea
EQ:How do people from different cultures contribute to American history?
Lesson: Turn and Talk, T336 Dig Deeper: How to Analyze the Text, T334– T335 • Main Ideas and Details • Text Structure
• Onomatopoeia SECOND READ Analyze the Text Reread the Anchor Text: “Sacagawea,” T325, T327, T333 Your Turn,
T336–T337 Teach Phrasing: Punctuation, T348 Practice Phrasing: Punctuation, T331
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,

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Vocabulary:territory, accompany, propose, interpreter, duty, supplies, route, corps, clumsy, landmark
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T353 Teach Abbreviations for Mailing Addresses, T353
Spelling:Words with VCCV Pattern: Word Sort, T350
Writing:Narrative Writing: Write a Personal Narrative Draft, T357

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
Reading Small Group

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Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehnsion:Main Ideas and Details; Visualize, p. T372
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard: SS.4.G.2- document the effects of and explain how people adapted to geographic factors: transportation
routes, settlement patterns and population density, culture interactions with others.
SS.4.H.CL4.2- analyze the people and events that facilitated Westward Expansion.
I Can:I can describe how some people adapted to geographic features.
I can analyze people and events that facilitated Westward expansion.
Lesson: (M-F)
Review geographic features. discuss how the class thinks people adapt to different areas. Name some of the different
places, and have students name different ways that people have to adapt to that environment.
Discuss the Westward expansion ( students have prior knowledge because of unit in history prior to this lesson.)
Discuss ways that Sacagawea assisted with Westward Expansion and what her purpose was.

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Wednesday 03/09/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__begin lesson 18- find whole number quotients and remainders_
Standard:M.4.NBT.6
I CAN: I can find whole number quotients and remainders
Lesson:
Direct Instruction: Concept development- model the sample problems 1-3. Show step by step how to solve a division
problem.
Guided Practice: complete the fluency practice with the class- group counting, dividing mentally, and divide using the
standard algorithm. Complete the Application problem with the class, practicing with division.
Independent Practice- give problem set for students to complete after teaching the lesson and modeling several
problems. assign homework for students to complete.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:
M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.

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Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Sacagawea
EQ:How do people from different cultures contribute to American history?:
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T339 Independent Reading • Reader’s Guide: “Sacagawea,” T338 • Self-Selected
Reading, T338 Apply Vocabulary Knowledge, T339 Fluency Practice Expression, T338 Decoding VCCV Pattern and
Word Parts, T349
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:territory, accompany, propose, interpreter, duty, supplies, route, corps, clumsy, landmark
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T353 Teach Abbreviations for Time and Measurements, T353

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Spelling:Words with VCCV Pattern: Word Families, T351
Writing:Narrative Writing: Write a Personal Narrative Draft, T357

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara

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4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 3: Leveled Readers
Below:John Wesley Powell, p. T374
On:Writer from the Prairie, p. T375
Above:Chief Washakie, p. T376
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard: SS.4.G.2- document the effects of and explain how people adapted to geographic factors: transportation
routes, settlement patterns and population density, culture interactions with others.
SS.4.H.CL4.2- analyze the people and events that facilitated Westward Expansion.
I Can:I can describe how some people adapted to geographic features.
I can analyze people and events that facilitated Westward expansion.
Lesson: (M-F)
Review geographic features. discuss how the class thinks people adapt to different areas. Name some of the different
places, and have students name different ways that people have to adapt to that environment.
Discuss the Westward expansion ( students have prior knowledge because of unit in history prior to this lesson.)
Discuss ways that Sacagawea assisted with Westward Expansion and what her purpose was.

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Thursday 03/10/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__Finish Lesson 18, begin lesson 19- Explain remainders by using place value understanding and
models.
Standard:M.4.NBT.6
I CAN: I can explain remainders by using place value understanding.
Lesson:
Direct Instruction: Concept development- model the sample problems 1 and 2. Show step by step how to solve a division
problem and interpreting the remainder.
Guided Practice: Complete the fluency practice with the class- sprint: mental division, and divide using the standard
algorithm. Complete the Application problem with the class, practicing with division.
Independent Practice-First, give exit ticket from lesson 18 to assess students on the lesson. allow time for them to
complete. Give problem set for students to complete after teaching the lesson and modeling several problems. assign
homework for students to complete.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:

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M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Sacagawea
EQ:How do people from different cultures contribute to American history?
Lesson: Classroom Collaboration, T340 Connect to the Topic • Read Poetry: “Native American Nature Poetry,”
T340–T342 • Think Through the Text, T342 Compare Texts, T343 Vocabulary Strategies Shades of Meaning,
T344–T345 Fluency Practice Phrasing: Punctuation, T341
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:territory, accompany, propose, interpreter, duty, supplies, route, corps, clumsy, landmark

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Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T354 Review Abbreviations, T354
Spelling:Words with VCCV Pattern: Connect to Writing, T351
Writing:Narrative Writing: Write a Personal Narrative Revise, T358–T359

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
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Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:Shades of Meaning, p. T378
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard: SS.4.G.2- document the effects of and explain how people adapted to geographic factors: transportation
routes, settlement patterns and population density, culture interactions with others.
SS.4.H.CL4.2- analyze the people and events that facilitated Westward Expansion.
I Can:I can describe how some people adapted to geographic features.
I can analyze people and events that facilitated Westward expansion.
Lesson: (M-F)
Review geographic features. discuss how the class thinks people adapt to different areas. Name some of the different
places, and have students name different ways that people have to adapt to that environment.
Discuss the Westward expansion ( students have prior knowledge because of unit in history prior to this lesson.)
Discuss ways that Sacagawea assisted with Westward Expansion and what her purpose was.

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Friday 03/11/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module__3_ Lessons__finish lesson 19 begin lesson 20- solve division problem without remainders using the area
model. _
Standard: M.4.NBT.6
I CAN: I can solve a division problem without remainders using the area model.
Lesson:
Direct Instruction: teach the lesson: model the concept development- teach problems 1-3.
guided practice: Go over the application problem with the class. also, walk through a couple sample questions with the
whole class using the students' dry erase boards.
Independent Practice: have students complete the problems set on their own after teaching the concept. Go over after
they are finished. Assign homework for lesson 20... Give lesson 20 exit ticket to check for student understnading of
lesson.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips, problems sets, mental math, responders, quizzes, formative/summative assessments,
observation
Differentiation: Small groups, data analysis, extended time, peer monitoring, modified assignments,
Standards:

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M.4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using
strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Sacagawea
EQ:How do people from different cultures contribute to American history?
Lesson: Speaking and Listening, T347 Extend the Topic: Native American History • Domain-Specific Vocabulary, T346 •
Optional Second Read: “Native American Nature Poetry,” T340–T342 Fluency Progress Monitoring, T361
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:territory, accompany, propose, interpreter, duty, supplies, route, corps, clumsy, landmark

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Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Daily Proofreading Practice, T354 Connect Grammar to Writing, T354–T355
Spelling:Words with VCCV Pattern: Assess, T351
Writing: Narrative Writing: Write a Personal Narrative Edit and Publish, T358–T359

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C1.6 Students will explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific or technical text,
including what happened and why, based on specific information in the informational text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C2.5 Students will describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution)
of events, ideas, concepts or information in an informational text or part of an informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.3 Students will interpret information presented visually orally or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs,
diagrams, time lines, animations or interactive elements on web pages) and explain how the information contributes to
an understanding of the informational text in which it appears.
ELA.4.R.C3.4 Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in an
informational text.
ELA.4.R.C3.5 Students will integrate information from two informational texts on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgeably.
ELA.4.R.C4.1 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas and
poetry, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C7.1 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
• use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology (e.g., roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context.
ELA.4.R.C8.1 Students will read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
• read on-level text with purpose and understanding.
• read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression.
• use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
ELA.4.W.C9.3 Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique,
descriptive details and clear event sequences.
• orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence
that unfolds naturally.
• use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
• use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
• use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
• provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
ELA.4.W.C10.1 Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose and audience. (grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in objectives in text
types and purposes.)
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
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1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, irsten, Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah, carrie, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, aiden, luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding pp. T380–T381
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.1.11- Students will interpret data presented in table, graph, or diagram and use it to answer questions
and make decisions.
I Can:I can interpret information from tables, graphs, and diagrams.
weekly Lesson M-F: Introduce graphs, diagrams, and tables to the class. Show video on how to read them to build
background. Show several examples on what tables, graphs, and diagrams look like and the different types there are.
Work together as a class to create a graph or chart on favorite pets. have groups of students create their own graph and
have other groups interpret what the chart or graph represents. Have students form questions to go along with their
graphs and diagrams for their partners to answer based on the graph.
Social Studies
Standard: SS.4.G.2- document the effects of and explain how people adapted to geographic factors: transportation
routes, settlement patterns and population density, culture interactions with others.
SS.4.H.CL4.2- analyze the people and events that facilitated Westward Expansion.
I Can:I can describe how some people adapted to geographic features.
I can analyze people and events that facilitated Westward expansion.
Lesson: (M-F)
Review geographic features. discuss how the class thinks people adapt to different areas. Name some of the different
places, and have students name different ways that people have to adapt to that environment.
Discuss the Westward expansion ( students have prior knowledge because of unit in history prior to this lesson.)
Discuss ways that Sacagawea assisted with Westward Expansion and what her purpose was.

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Monday 03/14/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)

Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 5 lesson 1 Decomposing fractions and fraction equivalents.
I CAN: I can break down a fraction as a sum of unit fractions using tape diagrams.
Direct Instruction: Begin the fluency practice, of reading tape diagrams and addition of fractions in unit form. Model folding
a strip of paper to represent thirds and sixths. Record the decompositions represented by the folded paper with addition.
The teacher will explain that the strip of paper represents a whole and that 1 is the number that represents the
whole. Fold to decompose the whole into 3 equal parts. Explain that all three parts make up the whole 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 = 1.
Now shade 2/3 of the paper strip, 2/3 + 1/3 = 1. Model folding in half again to create sixths. On the other side that has no
lines, draw lines on the creases you made and shade 5 sixths.Write number sentences to represent 5 sixths, 1/6 + 1/6 +
1/6 + 1/6 +1/6 = 5/6. Wrote another number sentence to represent 5 sixths, 2/6 + 3/6 = 5/6. Problem 2: Fold two strips of
paper into fourths. Shade 7/4 . Write the number sentence created. With a fraction greater than 1, like 7/4 , we can
rename it. We say this is one and three-fourths. 1 3/4 is another way to record the decomposition of 7/4 as 4/4 and 3/4
. Write decompositions of fractions represented by tape diagrams as number sentences.
Guided Practice: Allow students to practice by using tape diagrams and manipulatives to represent fractions. Teacher will
walk around the room to check for understanding Give students the problem set, once they are finished we will review in
class so they can use the problem set to assist them with homework.
Independent Practice: Students will complete problem set in class and be given homework for lesson 1.

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Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, exploitative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips
Standards:
M.4.NF.3b Decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way, recording
each decomposition by an equation. Justify decompositions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model. Examples: 3/8 = 1/8
+ 1/8 + 1/8 ; 3/8 = 1/8 + 2/8 ; 2 1/8 = 1 + 1 + 1/8 = 8/8 + 8/8 + 1/8.
M.4.NF.1 Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n x a)/(n x b) by using visual fraction models, with
attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size.
Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story: Horses by Seymour Simon
EQ: Can animals change the way people live?

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Lesson: Introduce Horses by Seymour Simon. Tell students that this informational text provides a close look at horses
and the roles they have played in human communities throughout history. Distribute a K-W-L chart and discuss with
students what they already know about horses, and what they want to know about horses. Today, students will be given a
flap book to label and fill in throughout the next couple of weeks. The teacher will model and explain that this flap book
will help them organize all the information they learn from reading the book. The front of the flap book the students will
label the title of the story, the author, and Genre. Inside the flap book, the students will fill in information about vocabulary
words. main idea, details from the text, summarizing, questioning, and compare/contrast.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary: Introduce weekly vocabulary words: ancestor, grazing, faint, sensitive, sense, nuzzling, dominant, gaits,
stride
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar: review adjectives and how they can improve writing. show a short video on adjectives- brainpop.
Spelling: give students spelling pre-test: horses, grazing, faint, herd, roamed, hoof, trained, stallion, mare, colt, gallop,
stride
Writing: Discuss the essential question: Can animals change the way people live? Have students write a paragraph to
share their ideas about animals impact on the way people live. Guide students to reflect on their preview of the text and
past lessons for for ideas for their writing.

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.4 Students will refer to details and examples in an informational text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
ELA.4.W.C9.1 Students will write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and
information.
• introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion and create an organizational structure in which related ideas are
grouped to support the writer's purpose.
• provide reasons that are supported by facts and details.
• link opinion and reasons using words and phrases (e.g., for instance, in order to, in addition).
• provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia Glen
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Isaiah

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Day 1:Introduce the spelling and vocabulary words for the first section of the story horses. have students find the words in
context and determine the meaning by looking at words around it.
While others are working on reading. another group will be working on writing prompts fro the state testing websitedescribing the world's greatest roller coaster.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.2.08- Students will construct and explain models of habitats, food chains, and food webs.
I Can: I can construct and explain habitats, food chains, and food webs.
2 week lesson- Week 1:
weekly Lesson M-F:show examples of different habitats, food chains, and food webs. give students examples of animals
and things in each habitat. Assign students a particular habitat, food chain, or food web. Have the students research
(using at least 2 sources)... their topic. have them take notes and then create a model with whatever materials are
available based on their research and citing their sources used.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.G.4- Plan and construct maps to demonstrate geographic conditions on events
I Can: I can plan and construct a map of West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)
Begin by explaining purpose of maps. Discuss as whole group some certain geographic features or conditions found in
west Virginia. Show the class some examples of maps with different geographic conditions. After showing some
examples of maps. have students begin to create a map. They need to be able to create all factors of a map, and discuss
the purpose and explain geographic features on their map.

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Tuesday 03/15/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 5 finish lesson 1 begin lesson 2.
Decomposing fractions and fraction equivalents.
I CAN: I can break down fractions using a tape diagram and make number sentences.
Direct Instruction: Review tape diagrams and breaking apart fractions. Draw a number bond to show how 1 can be
decomposed into fourths and how fourths can be composed to make 1. Fold a piece of paper to create eighths.
Decompose fractions in different ways. Write number sentences to decompose 5/6 as a sum of fractions with the
same denominator.
Guided Practice: Go over homework from yesterday. Allow students some time to complete breaking down fractions and
making number sentences with the teacher. Check as a whole group.
Independent Practice: Lesson 1 exit ticket. After teaching and modeling several problems the students will work
independently on the problem set. Students will draw and shade a tape diagram of the given fraction. Students will record
the decomposition as a sum of unit fractions. Assign homework for additional practice.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips,
Standards:

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M.4.NF.1 Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n x a)/(n x b) by using visual fraction models, with
attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size.
Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions.
M.4.NF.3b Decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way, recording
each decomposition by an equation. Justify decompositions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model. Examples: 3/8 = 1/8
+ 1/8 + 1/8 ; 3/8 = 1/8 + 2/8 ; 2 1/8 = 1 + 1 + 1/8 = 8/8 + 8/8 + 1/8.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story: Horses by Seymour Simon
EQ: Can animals change the way people live?
Lesson: Teacher will read aloud Horses by, Seymour Simon pages 2-9. Teacher will periodically pause to check for
student's understanding by asking questions about the text and the author's purpose. Students will use details from the
text to draw inferences. Students will identify main ideas and supporting details. The teacher will model how good readers
visualize, or picture, what an author describes in the text. Students will be guided to use their lap books to fill in
information as needed.

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Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary: review vocabulary words: ancestor, grazing, faint, sensitive, sense, nuzzling, dominant, gaits, stride
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:Adjectives- model for students how adjectives are used in good writing. show students a few sentences on the
board. improve them by including descriptive adjectives.
Spelling: review spelling words: horses, grazing, faint, herd, cowboy, roamed, hoof, trained, stallion, mare, colt, gallop,
stride- give crossword for students to work in with pairs to discover the meaning of the spelling words.
Writing:Continue writing to the essential question. Also, have the class work on the writing prompts from the state
website. begin by showing them how to pull out important information and to brainstorm before writing. Students will
continue to work on their writing with the goal of staying focused and only writing to the topic. They will work on this
throughout the week. By Friday, students should be finished with a final draft to present to the class.

Standards:
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Micah, Jasper, Lacey, Kirsten, Kenneth, Grace
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen, Carrie
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Aiden, Isaiah
Day 2: Differentiate Comprehension: Model how to find main idea and details within the text. Using the horses book,
model finding what the page is mainly about and have students locate the details to support the main idea.
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.2.08- Students will construct and explain models of habitats, food chains, and food webs.
I Can: I can construct and explain habitats, food chains, and food webs.

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weekly Lesson M-F:show examples of different habitats, food chains, and food webs. give students examples of animals
and things in each habitat. Assign students a particular habitat, food chain, or food web. Have the students research
(using at least 2 sources)... their topic. have them take notes and then create a model with whatever materials are
available based on their research and citing their sources used.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.G.4- Plan and construct maps to demonstrate geographic conditions on events
I Can: I can plan and construct a map of West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)
Begin by explaining purpose of maps. Discuss as whole group some certain geographic features or conditions found in
west Virginia. Show the class some examples of maps with different geographic conditions. After showing some
examples of maps. have students begin to create a map. They need to be able to create all factors of a map, and discuss
the purpose and explain geographic features on their map.

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Wednesday 03/16/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 5 finish lesson 2 and begin lesson 3.
Decompose non-unit fractions and represent them as a whole number times a unit fraction using tape diagrams.
I CAN: I can decompose a non-unit fraction and represent them as a whole number times a unit fraction using tape
diagrams.
Direct Instruction: Express a non-unit fraction less than 1 as a whole number times a unit fraction using a tape
diagram.Determine the non-unit fraction greater than 1 that is represented by a tape diagram, and then write the fraction
as a whole number times a unit fraction.: Express a non-unit fraction greater than 1 as a whole number times a unit
fraction using a tape diagram.
Guided practice: Go over homework and answer any questions students may have. Before beginning a new lesson
review with students how to multiply mentally, repeat addition as multiplication, and adding fractions.
Independent Practice: Students will be given lesson 2 exit ticket. Students will work on lesson 3 problem set after direct
instruction. Students will be given homework on lesson 3.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips,
Standards:

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M.4.NF.3b Decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way, recording
each decomposition by an equation. Justify decompositions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model. Examples: 3/8 = 1/8
+ 1/8 + 1/8 ; 3/8 = 1/8 + 2/8 ; 2 1/8 = 1 + 1 + 1/8 = 8/8 + 8/8 + 1/8.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story: Horses by Seymour Simon
EQ: Can animals change the way people live?
Lesson: Review vocabulary with class, playing the match game, where students match the definition to the vocabulary
word, they will play this in their pods. Read segment 2 pages 10-15 of the Horses book. Teacher will stop and ask
questions to check for understanding as going through he story with the students. Discuss the section read with the class.
have students will in information into their flapbooks. new vocab, find main idea of the section along with details. Also
have students write a summary based on the main idea and details they found in the section 2 of the book. Have students
list any questions in their flapbook they may have had while reading. They will also compare/contrast information form
the segment 2 to the segment 1 they read the day before.

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Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:ancestor, grazing, faint, sensitive, sense, nuzzling, dominant, gaits, stride
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar:give students a noun. have them think of different adjectives they can use to make that noun better in a
sentence. have students create a sentence using their noun and adjectives they came up with. sample nouns: cat, house,
boat, school, student, teacher, substitute....
Spelling: review spelling words: use the strategy SAY, WORD, SAY- horses, grazing, faint, herd, cowboy, roamed, hoof,
trained, stallion, mare, colt, gallop, stride
Writing:Continue writing to the essential question. Also, have the class work on the writing prompts from the state
website. begin by showing them how to pull out important information and to brainstorm before writing. Students will
continue to work on their writing with the goal of staying focused and only writing to the topic. They will work on this
throughout the week. By Friday, students should be finished with a final draft to present to the class.

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, , Grace, Kenneth
2: Emoni, Olivia, Glen,
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, Isaiah
model how to compare/contrast information within an informational text. Turn to a specific page in the Horses book. Have
students read the page together and compare the information to something they have seen or read before, record it into
their graphic organizer
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.2.08- Students will construct and explain models of habitats, food chains, and food webs.
I Can: I can construct and explain habitats, food chains, and food webs.

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weekly Lesson M-F:show examples of different habitats, food chains, and food webs. give students examples of animals
and things in each habitat. Assign students a particular habitat, food chain, or food web. Have the students research
(using at least 2 sources)... their topic. have them take notes and then create a model with whatever materials are
available based on their research and citing their sources used.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.G.4- Plan and construct maps to demonstrate geographic conditions on events
I Can: I can plan and construct a map of West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)
Begin by explaining purpose of maps. Discuss as whole group some certain geographic features or conditions found in
west Virginia. Show the class some examples of maps with different geographic conditions. After showing some
examples of maps. have students begin to create a map. They need to be able to create all factors of a map, and discuss
the purpose and explain geographic features on their map.

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Thursday 03/17/2016

Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday math; Supplement Eureka Math
Module 5 finish lesson 3 begin lesson 4
Decompose fractions into sums of smaller unit fractions using tape diagrams.
I CAN: I can decompose fractions into sums of smaller unit fractions using tape diagrams.
Direct Instruction: Review fluency practice of breaking apart fractions and count by equivalent fractions. Use tape
diagrams to represent the decomposition of 1/3 as the sum of unit fractions. Use tape diagrams to represent the
decomposition of 1/5 and 2/5 as the sum of smaller unit fractions. Draw a tape diagram and use addition to show that
2/6 is the sum of 4 twelfths.
Guided Practice: Go over homework for lesson 3 and answer any questions students may have. Allow students to
practice breaking down fractions into smaller unit fractions using tape diagrams. Teacher will walk around the room
checking for understanding.
Independent Practice: Students will be given exit ticket for lesson 3. After direct instruction, students will work
independently on problem set. Students will be given homework for lesson 4 for extra practice.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
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Standards:
M.4.NF.3 Understand a fraction a/b with a > 1 as a sum of fractions 1/b.
M.4.NF.4 Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction by a whole number.
Math Small Group
*All group except the title I group will rotate throughout the week and complete a different skill each day.*
Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Horses
Lesson: review questions and all topics form the students' flapbooks so far in the story. pair students up. have them
buddy read the Horses book segments 1 and 2 pages 2-15. have them together create a summary of the story so far.
Also have students find self-selected vocabulary- words they may not be familiar with. Come back together as a whole
group and discuss the summaries the pairs have written. Also make a list altogether of self-selected vocabulary words
that students found. Go back into the story and see how each word is used in context and have students determine the
meaning of each word just by using the context.
Skills/Strategies:

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Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:ancestor, grazing, faint, sensitive, sense, nuzzling, dominant, gaits, stride
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar: have students go back into their writing prompts they ave been working on throughout the week and add in
adjectives that will make the paragraphs better.
Spelling:review words: horses, grazing, faint, herd, cowboy, roamed, hoof, trained, stallion, mare, colt, gallop, strideby
playing sparkle to prepare the students for their test tomorrow.
Writing:Continue writing to the essential question. Also, have the class work on the writing prompts from the state
website. begin by showing them how to pull out important information and to brainstorm before writing. Students will
continue to work on their writing with the goal of staying focused and only writing to the topic. They will work on this
throughout the week. By Friday, students should be finished with a final draft to present to the class.

Standards:
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) Jasper, Lacey, Kenneth, Grace
2: emoni, Olivia, Glen
3: Austin, Taureanne, Juliana, Samara
4:Luke, Noah, , Isaiah
Day 4: Differentiate Vocab Strategies:
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.2.08- Students will construct and explain models of habitats, food chains, and food webs.
I Can: I can construct and explain habitats, food chains, and food webs.
weekly Lesson M-F:show examples of different habitats, food chains, and food webs. give students examples of animals
and things in each habitat. Assign students a particular habitat, food chain, or food web. Have the students research

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(using at least 2 sources)... their topic. have them take notes and then create a model with whatever materials are
available based on their research and citing their sources used.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.G.4- Plan and construct maps to demonstrate geographic conditions on events
I Can: I can plan and construct a map of West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)
Begin by explaining purpose of maps. Discuss as whole group some certain geographic features or conditions found in
west Virginia. Show the class some examples of maps with different geographic conditions. After showing some
examples of maps. have students begin to create a map. They need to be able to create all factors of a map, and discuss
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Accomodations
504 Plan: Lacey (Allow more time time to complete assignments/Read tests aloud)
IEP: Jadean (pull out, small grouping, extra time)
Extras: Art/PE/Multicultural/Character Ed.
Art:
I Can: I can compare and contrast art between cultures.
Standard:VA.O.4.4.01- Students will compare and contrast the relationship between art and cultures.
Have students look at artwork from their culture, and artwork from the early pioneer days. Have them compare and
contrast them noting how they are alike and different.
Extra PE:
Day:Wednesday
Activity: Stretches indoor- Zumba work out for kids on gonoodle.com
Health:WE.4.1.03- describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Begin by
introducing the respiratory system. Show students a video on the respiratory system and how it works. Have students
label all the major organs of the respiratory system and color them the appropriate color according to the diagram.
Character Ed:Controlled- Discuss what it means to be controlled, have students model what it looks like to be controlled.
Multicultural:Creative Arts month
Technology Used by Students: Responders, laptops, Computer lab (tue & Fri 9-9:30), tablets (Websites used: Khan
Academy.org, gonoodle.com, odyssey, Brainpop.com)
County Goal: Goal #5 Teaching students "how to learn" Create flash cards to assist with learning new vocabulary words.
Transistion activities: Brain breaks between subjects. (gonoodle.com)
Math
Lesson: Everyday Math; Supplement-Eureka Math
Module 5 finish lesson 4.
Decompose fractions into sums of smaller unit fractions using tape diagrams.
I CAN: I can decompose fractions into sums of smaller unit fractions using tape diagrams.
Direct Instruction: Review all lessons from the week on fractions- lessons 1-4, to ensure students have a better
understanding of the lessons.
Guided Practice: Review homework with students from lesson 4, going over making sure students understand the
concept. Ask for questions, review a couple sample questions before giving the exit ticket.
Independent Practice: Give the exit ticket out for lesson 4, allow students time to complete.
Skills/Strategies: Cooperative groups, personal white boards, direct instruction, explorative learning, manipulatives
Assessments: include: exit slips
Standards:
M.4.NF.3 Understand a fraction a/b with a > 1 as a sum of fractions 1/b.
M.4.NF.4 Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction by a whole number.
Math Small Group
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Group 1: (Peery) Kirsten, , Samara, Grace, Lacey, (Focus skill- based on Diagnostic tests)- Peery will work on a deficient
standard based on the diagnostic math test the class completed. Fractions
Group 2:Austin, Kenneth, Juliana, Emoni- math sharks/computers- working on division and multiplication skills- These
students will also work on Khan Academy, they will focus working on skills that they are weak in. (each person has their
own login to khan academy.com) students will be on the learning odyssey.com on math practicing skills they are deficient
in.
Group 3: ,Noah Olivia, Jasper, - focus skill teach ahead- this group will be pretaught the skill for the week... students will
be working on multiplying 3 and 4 digit by 2 digit numbers, . beginning facts of 2 digit dividend division. They will review 2
step word problems. Begin focusing on word problems with fractions.
Group 4: Isaiah, Luke, Glen, Taureanne- multi step word problems DOK 2 and 3 word problems with multiplication and
division. This group will in addition to the word problems also be given a performance task to complete as a group. we will
go over it and talk about it. This group will work together to answer deeper thinking real world problems. Working on
performance tasks in math to prepare for testing. based from the comprehensive test.
*** Based on Diagnostic test results- standards focused on for small group will include: M.4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction
a/b is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ
even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent
fractions.
M.4.NF.3- understand a fractiona/b with a>1 as a sum of fractions.***
**Groups will begin looking at fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and turning them into decimals. we will work with
place value of decimals and locating and putting them onto a number line.

Morning Routine
Bell Ringer:
Cursive Handwriting/ writing prompts, math problems.
Breakfast Read Aloud:
Mon-Fri- School Days According To Humphrey

Reading
Story:Horses
Lesson: Review vocab and questions form the segment one of Horses- Give students the assessment to check for
understanding.
Skills/Strategies:
Skills used: think, pair, share, buddy reading, independent reading,
Vocabulary:assess: ancestor, grazing, faint, sensitive, sense, nuzzling, dominant, gaits, stride
Evaluations Used: homework, exit slips, writing prompts, responders, quizzes
Grammar: Give a quiz to assess students understanding on adjectives and how they make writing better.
Spelling: assess spelling words- give oral post test: horses, grazing, faint, herd, cowboy, roamed, hoof, trained, stallion,
mare, colt, gallop, stride

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Writing:Continue writing to the essential question. Also, have the class work on the writing prompts from the state
website. begin by showing them how to pull out important information and to brainstorm before writing. Students will
continue to work on their writing with the goal of staying focused and only writing to the topic. They will work on this
throughout the week. By Friday, students should be finished with a final draft to present to the class.

Standards:
ELA.4.R.C1.5 Students will determine the main idea of an informational text and explain how it is supported by key
details; summarize the text.
ELA.4.R.C2.4 Students will determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in an
informational text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
ELA.4.R.C3.2 Students will compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good
and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, traditional literature and literary text from different
cultures.
ELA.4.R.C4.2 Students will, by the end of the year read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social
studies, science and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at
the high end of the range.
ELA.4.W.C10.2 Students will, with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as
needed by planning, revising and editing (editing for conventions should demonstrate command of language objectives
up to and including grade 4).
Reading Small Group
Groups:
1: (with Pritchett for intensive focus) , Jasper, Lacey, , Grace
2: Kenneth, emoni, juliana, glen
3: samara, isaiah,, austin
4:olivia, noah, taureanne, , luke
Day 5: Options for Reteaching: (Vocab strategies, Comprehension skill, lang arts, decoding
Resource
Monday- PE
Tuesday- Media
Wednesday-Music
Thursday-Media
Friday- Media/PE
Science/Science Labs
Standard:SC.O.4.2.08- Students will construct and explain models of habitats, food chains, and food webs.
I Can: I can construct and explain habitats, food chains, and food webs.
weekly Lesson M-F:show examples of different habitats, food chains, and food webs. give students examples of animals
and things in each habitat. Assign students a particular habitat, food chain, or food web. Have the students research
(using at least 2 sources)... their topic. have them take notes and then create a model with whatever materials are
available based on their research and citing their sources used.
Social Studies
Standard:SS.4.G.4- Plan and construct maps to demonstrate geographic conditions on events
I Can: I can plan and construct a map of West Virginia.
Lesson: (M-F)
Begin by explaining purpose of maps. Discuss as whole group some certain geographic features or conditions found in
west Virginia. Show the class some examples of maps with different geographic conditions. After showing some
examples of maps. have students begin to create a map. They need to be able to create all factors of a map, and discuss
the purpose and explain geographic features on their map.

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