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Ms Lafrinere’s

November 1-5,

8:05
writer’s Workshop MeetingMorning

No School

2010 Wednesd Monday Tuesday ay Thursday Friday Bee Books  Attendance  Lunch Count Sunshine Boxes  Pledge
Morning Message Kindergarten PALS Morning Message Kindergarten PALS Morning Message Kindergarten PALS Morning Message Kindergarten PALS

8:1 5 8:4 5

Brain Gym

Brain Gym

Brain Gym

Brain Gym

READ ALOUD: Shiver Me Letters! Mini Lesson: Moving Beyond Labels: Sharing Our Stories Using Many Words
Letters, Words & Sentences: What are Letters?

READ ALOUD: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Mini Lesson: Moving Beyond Labels: Sharing Our Stories Using Many Words
Letters, Words & Sentences: Letters are either uppercase or lowercase

READ ALOUD: Big Wolf, Little Wolf Mini Lesson: Moving Beyond Labels: Sharing Our Stories Using Many Words
Letters, Words & Sentences: Uppercase and lowercase letters have “jobs”

READ ALOUD: Previously Read Big Book Mini Lesson: Moving Beyond Labels: Sharing Our Stories Using Many Words
Letters, Words & Sentences: When to use UPPERcase letters

awareness

9:1 5

Professional Development Day

phonemic

Fountas & Pinnell

Phonics Minilessons
Letters, Words, & How They Work

Fountas & Pinnell

Phonics Minilessons
Letters, Words, & How They Work

Fountas & Pinnell

Phonics Minilessons
Letters, Words, & How They Work

Fountas & Pinnell

Phonics Minilessons
Letters, Words, & How They Work

MINI LESSON: Hearing Sounds in Sequence PA3, pages 97 – 100

MINI LESSON: Hearing Sounds in Sequence PA3, pages 97 – 100

MINI LESSON: Hearing Sounds in Sequence PA3, pages 97 – 100

MINI LESSON: Hearing Sounds in Sequence PA3, pages 97 – 100

Round TWO

Kaiden

Round TWO

Ashlyn

Christian
Write on sentence strip and cut apart letters, count the number of letters, add name and photo to names graph, using cut apart name make name puzzle for student and add to Names Lit. Center Reader’s Workshop Unit of Study:
Front Loading

Round TWO

Round TWO

Isaiah

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Reader’s Workshop Name Game

No School

Write on sentence strip and cut apart letters, count the number of letters, add name and photo to names graph, using cut apart name make name puzzle for student and add to Names Lit. Center Reader’s Workshop Unit of Study:
Book Browsing Boxes

Write on sentence strip and cut apart letters, count the number of letters, add name and photo to names graph, using cut apart name make name puzzle for student and add to Names Lit. Center Reader’s Workshop Unit of Study:
Why Read?

Write on sentence strip and cut apart letters, count the number of letters, add name and photo to names graph, using cut apart name make name puzzle for student and add to Names Lit. Center Reader’s Workshop Unit of Study:
Front Loading

Mini Lessons:

10: 00

Shopping for Books Clean Out and Restock Using the Classroom Library Collection

Mini Lessons:

Establish Purpose for Reading I PICK

Mini Lessons: Text:
Petunia

Look for Chunks

Mini Lessons: Text:

Making Connections Between Words There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey

Text:
Goldilocks and the Three Librarians 5 Fat Turkeys A Turkey Is a Funny Bird The Turkey Ran Away Turkey Gobbler

Text:
Book! Book! Book!

Shared Reading:
5 Fat Turkeys Bird The Turkey Ran Away Turkey Gobbler

Shared Reading:
5 Fat Turkeys A Turkey Is a Funny Bird The Turkey Ran Away Turkey Gobbler

Shared Reading: A Turkey Is a Funny

Shared Reading:
5 Fat Turkeys A Turkey Is a Funny Bird The Turkey Ran Away Turkey Gobbler

Math BLock

Pattern Concepts Whole Group: Small Group:

Sound Patterns and Movement Patterns

Professional Development Day

12: 00

Pattern Concepts Whole Group: Read Aloud: Pattern Fish Small Group: Make Pattern Fish for Pattern Fish Bowl Independent: Math Tubs

Pattern Concepts Whole Group: Read Aloud: Pattern Bugs Small Group: Make Pattern Bug for Pattern Flowers Independent: Math Tubs

Pattern Concepts Whole Group: Learn 360 Clip Small Group: Pattern Mobiles with Pattern Block Shapes Independent: Math Tubs

Witches Brew- scoop and practice patterns

Independent:

Make and record ABB, AAB, and AABB pattern with Junk Bags Math Tubs

Word Work StudiesScience / Social

Seasons
Read about Fall ∗ Predictable Chart ∗ “In Fall We See…” ∗ Seasons of Arnolds Apple Tree tree art

Seasons
Read about Winter ∗ Predictable Chart ∗ “In Winter We See…” ∗ Weather Picture Sort

Seasons
Read about Spring ∗ Predictable Chart ∗ “In Spring We See…” ∗ Emergent Reader

Seasons
Read about Summer ∗ Predictable Chart ∗ “In Summer We See…” ∗ Weather Scene and Weather Bear Project

12: 45

Word Wall Words
I  am a  is  on  word wall cheers noodle letters

-aT word family
 find words in phonics songs  add words to -at anchor charts  -at emergent reader for book bins

Rhyming Words
Read Aloud Rhyme Book: Is Your Mama a Llama? FCRR Activities: PA.005 Rhyme Recognition and Memory Match

The Sounds In Words
Read Aloud Beginning Sound Book: Miss Bindergarten Has A Wild Day Bean Bag Toss-Letter Bean Bags, Make Sound, Toss at Matching Picture on Sheet.

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Writer’s Workshop
Standards & Benchmarks:
W.GN.01.01 write a personal narrative using illustrations and transitional words such as before, after, now, or finally to indicate a sequence of events, sense of story and physical descriptions. W.GN.01.02 approximate poetry based on reading a wide variety of grade-appropriate poetry. W.PR.01.01 with teacher support, set a purpose, consider audience, and incorporate literary language when writing a narrative or information place; begin to use specific strategies including graphic organizations when planning. W.PS.01.01 develop personal style in oral, written, and visual messages W.GR.01.01 in the context of writing, correctly use complete sentences beginning with capital letter and ending with a period, question mark or exclamation point and capitalize first/last W.AT.01.01be enthusiastic about writing and learning to write.

Literacy Stations
W.HW.01.01 legibly write upper and lower case manuscript letters. L.CN.01.01 understand, restate and follow two-step directions. R.WS.01.06 make progress in automatically recognizing the 220 Dolch basic sight words and 95 common nouns R.WS.01.07 use strategies to identify unknown words and construct meaning by using initial letters/sounds (phonics), patterns of language, picture clues, and applying context clues. R.WS.01.08 use syntactic and semantic clues, word chunks, and the structure of book language to determine the meaning of words. R.WS.01.09 know the meaning of words encountered frequently in grade-level reading and oral language contexts. R.WS.01.10 in context, determine the meaning of words and phrases including objects, actions, concepts, content vocabulary and literary terms, using strategies and resources including context clues, mental pictures and questioning. R.CM.01.02 retell in sequence up to 3 important ideas and details of familiar simple oral/written text. R.AT.01.01 be enthusiastic about reading and learning how to read. R.AT.01.02 do substantial reading and writing on their own during free time in school and at home. R.MT.01.01 self-monitor comprehension by recognizing when meaning is breaking down and use simple fix-up strategies R.MT.01.02 self-monitor comprehension by using strategies including asking questions before, during, and after reading and discussing the most important ideas and themes in a text. R.WS.01.01- demonstrate phonemic awareness by the wide range of sound R.WS.01.02-recognize that words are composed of sounds blended together and carry meaning. R.WS.01.03- understand the alphabetic principal, that sounds in words are expressed by letters of the alphabet. R.WS.01.03-use structural cues to recognize onesyllable words, blends, and consonant digraphs including: letter-sound, onset and rime, whole word chunks, word families, digraphs th, ch, sh R.WS.01.05- automatically recognize frequently encountered words in and out of context with the number of words that can be read fluently increasing steadily across the school year.

Shared Reading
R.FL.01.01 automatically recognize and fluently read identified grade-level high frequency words encountered in or out of context. R.FL.01.02 use punctuation cues (periods and question marks) when reading aloud with intonation, pauses, and emphasis R.FL.01.03 read aloud unfamiliar text with a minimum of 90% accuracy in word recognition at an independent reading level. S.CN.01.05 understand, providing examples of how

Morning Message
W.SP.01.01 in the context of writing, correctly spell frequently encountered one-syllable words from common word families. W.SP.01.02 in the context of writing, correctly spell less frequently encountered words using structural ones (letter/sound rimes) and environmental sources (word walls, word lists) S.CN.01.02 explore and use language to communicate with a variety of audiences and for different purposes. S.CN.01.03 speak effectively maintaining appropriate posture, eye contact, and position using props, such as photographs and illustrations in narrative and informal presentations. S.CN.01.04 present in standard American English if it is their first language. L.CN.01.03 listen to or view knowledgably while demonstrating appropriate social skills of audience behaviors in small and large group settings, listen to comments of peers and respond on topic adding connecting ideas.

Reading Workshop
L.CN.01.02 ask appropriate questions for clarification and understanding during a presentation L.CN.01.04 understand how the source of the message affects the receiver’s response L.CN.01.05 begin to evaluate messages the experience from a variety of media and differentiate between sender, receiver, and message. S.DS.01.01 engage in substantive conversations with interchanges building on prior responses in literature discussions, paired conversation or other interactions S.DS.01.02 tell or retell familiar stories S.DS.01.03 respond to multiple texts by reflecting, making meaning, and making connections. R.CM.01.01 make text-to-self and text-to-text connections and comparisons by activating prior knowledge and connecting personal knowledge and experience ideas in text through oral and written responses. R.CM.01.03 compare and contrast relationships among characters, events and key ideas within and across texts R.CM.01.04 apply significant knowledge from grade-level science, social studies and mathematics texts.

Math Workshop
Standards & Benchmarks:
N.ME.01.08- List number facts N.ME.01.05- Understand that a number to the right of another number on the number line is bigger and that a number to the left is smaller. N.MR.01.09- Compare two or more sets in terms of the difference in number of elements. N.MR.01.10-Model addition and subtraction. N.FL.01.12 Know all the addition facts up to 10+10, and solve the related subtraction problems fluently.

The Name Game
R.WS.01.01- demonstrate phonemic awareness by the wide range of sound R.WS.01.02-recognize that words are composed of sounds blended together and carry meaning. R.WS.01.03- understand the alphabetic principal, that sounds in words are expressed by letters of the alphabet. R.WS.01.03-use structural cues to recognize onesyllable words, blends, and consonant digraphs including: letter-sound, onset and rime, whole word chunks, word families, digraphs th, ch, sh R.WS.01.05- automatically recognize frequently encountered words in and out of context with the number of words that can be read fluently increasing steadily across the school year.

Science/Social Studies
H2.0.2 Use a calendar to distinguish between days, weeks and months. E.ES.01.21 Compare daily changes in the weather related to temperature, cloud cover, precipitation and wind E.ES.01.22 Describe and compare weather related to the four seasons E.ES.01.32 Observe and collect data of weather conditions over a period of time. S.IA.01.12 Share ideas about science through purposeful conversation. S.IA.0.14 Develop strategies for information gathering. S.IP.01.11 Make purposeful observation of the natural world using appropriate senses. S.IP.01.13 Plan and conduct simple investigations P.PM.01.11 Demonstrate the ability to sort objects according to observable attributes such as color, shape, size, sinking or floating. E.ES.01.11 Identify the sun as the most important source of heat. E.ES.01.12 Demonstrate the importance of sunlight and warmth in plant growth

Word Work
R.WS.01.01- demonstrate phonemic awareness by the wide range of sound R.WS.01.02-recognize that words are composed of sounds blended together and carry meaning. R.WS.01.03- understand the alphabetic principal, that sounds in words are expressed by letters of the alphabet. R.WS.01.03-use structural cues to recognize onesyllable words, blends, and consonant digraphs including: letter-sound, onset and rime, whole word chunks, word families, digraphs th, ch, sh R.WS.01.05- automatically recognize frequently encountered words in and out of context with the number of words that can be read fluently increasing steadily across the school year.

Read Alouds
L.RP.01.01 listen to or view knowledgeably and discuss a variety of genre. L.RP.01.02 select, listen to or view knowledgeably and respond thoughtfully to both classic and contemporary texts recognized for quality and literary merit. L.RP.01.03 respond to multiple text types listened to or viewed knowledgeably, by discussing, illustrating, and/or writing in order to reflect, make meaning, and make connections

Learning Areas
• • Teamwork Problem-Solving