Teacher: Class: Topic Essential Questions

Rosemary Jebari ESL1A Math/Science/Technology Numbers in Everyday Life How are numbers used from day to day? How do I tell the date and time, follow my schedule, give my address and phone number, tell my age and birthday?

Math and Money What are the denominations of American money? How can I do calculations with money accurately? What are some ways that we negotiate with money? How are

Math in Everyday Life How do we measure distance and weight? How do feet compare to meters; miles to kilometers; pounds to kilograms? How can I solve problems in math using American measures? How do these Internet Resources Very Easy True Stories, Units 2 & 9 Math for the Real World Side by Side 1: Secondary School Edition

The Environment How do we describe the outside world? How does the temperature in Farenheit compare with Celsius?

Content Side by Side 1: Secondary School Edition Oxford Picture Dictionary Very Easy True Stories, Units 1 & 12 Teacher Created Materials Using Dollars and Sense Math for the Real World Side by Side 1: Secondary School Edition Teacher Created Materials Internet Resources Very Easy True Stories, Units 7 &13 Oxford Picture Dictionary Side by Side 1: Secondary School Edition Teacher Created Materials Content Points B, p.41

Oxford Picture Dictionary Teacher Created Materials Very Easy True Stories, Units 1 & 11 Oxford Picture Dictionary Skills Function independently in the school community. Understand the 7 day rotating schedule of classes. Organize daily activities. Utilize ordinal and cardinal numbers. Read/write cardinal numbers (1-100,000) Request and provide personal information Practice Vocabulary and syntax Verbs: be, have, like, do Forms: neg,?, affirm. Prepositions: on, in, at, before, after Interrogative pronouns Discuss American money. Identify coins and paper denominations. Solve math problems using basic computations. Use cmparative and superlative in math context Read math phrases using symbols Tenses: Simple present and past, present continuous Forms: neg, ?, affirm Count/non-count nouns Subjec pronouns Possesive adjectives Quantifiers Practice vocabulary of negotiations: lend, borrow, spend, charge, cash, etc. Measure height in feet and inches Create a bar a graph of heights

Describe relative temperature and weather conditions. Predict temperatures in Celsius

Compare heights inmetric/American systems Read a thermometer in Celsius and Farenheit Estimate dimensions of common objects Convert temperatures Compare and contrast size and shape Predict measurements of common objects Modals: Can, Must, Should As…as Demonstrative adjectives (selected) Descriptive adjectives (selected) Word order Prepositions of place (selected) Practice tenses and syntax Superlatives Graph relative temperatures Proper nouns Interrogative pronouns Indefinite pronoun Superlative Definite/indefinite article Frequency adverbs


Schedules Questionnaires Number recognition games Dictation Quizzes and Tests

Handouts Make correct change using manipulatives Group project with budget Math Word Problems Create a math test

Worksheets Measure and record heights Bar graphs of heights Reports on heights and lengths of famous landmarks/places.

Temperature charrt derived from weather page of newspaper. Line graph comparing temperatures over time in selected world capitals. Worksheets with conversion problems Celsius to Farenheit/ vica versa. Written script for TV weather program. Video of TV weather program dramatized from script.

Alignment 6-1,2,3,4,5, 3-2,3 1-1,2,3,4,5 2-1,2,3, 4-1 5-1 6-1,2,3,4,5, 3-3 5-1 4-1 6-1,2,3,4,5, 3-4 5-1 4-1 2-1,2,3,5 6-1,2,3,4,5, 3-4 2-1,2,3,5 4-1

Curriculum Map Semester I I The Scientific Method

Living Things

What are the steps in the scientific What is the difference between plants method? and animals? How do we use our five senses to make What aanimals do I recognize? observations about the world around us? How are animals classified?

Internet Resources Easy True Stories, Units 7 &13 Oxford Picture Dictionary Building Bridges 2, Unit 1 Teacher Created Materials

Internet Resources Easy True Stories, Units 7 &13 Oxford Picture Dictionary Content Points A,pp.22, 25 Teacher Created Materials

Practice complex sentences

Increase technical vocabulary.

Describe observations using the five Practice classification techniques. senses Practice using steps in scientific method. Give examples. Make and test hypotheses Classify Predict Compare and contrast Develop dictionary skills. Research in the library and on the internet. work cooperatively to present research. Practice presentation techniques.

Activity sheets on the scientific method Carousel activity stations for each of the five senses Worksheets Create a book for pre-schoolers on the five senses Read books to Pre-schoolers

A personal glossary of animals in English and native language. Poster of an animal proverb. Presentation of research on a class of vertebrates to 1B class. Tests and quizes

6-1,2,3,4,5, 2-1,2,3,5 3-4

6-1,2,3,4,5, 7-2 2-3,4,5 3-2 1-1,2,3