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ELA Plans

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Homeroom - 8:45-10:00
Mrs. Kershaw - 11:30-12:45

Homeroom - 8:45-10:00
Mrs. Kershaw - 11:30-12:45

Homeroom - 8:45-10:00
Mrs. Kershaw - 11:30-12:45

Homeroom - 8:45-10:00
Mrs. Kershaw - 11:30-12:45

Objective(s):
I CAN sequence events in a story.
I CAN read and identify words
with short vowels (a,i)
I CAN identify and use
appropriate subjects and
predicates in a sentence.
I CAN spell and use words with
short vowels (a, i) in writing.
I CAN write a narrative true
story.

Objective(s):
I CAN sequence events in a story.
I CAN read and identify words
with short vowels (a,i)
I CAN identify and use
appropriate subjects and
predicates in a sentence.
I CAN spell and use words with
short vowels (a, i) in writing.
I CAN write a narrative true
story.

Objective(s):
I CAN sequence events in a story.
I CAN read and identify words
with short vowels (a,i)
I CAN identify and use
appropriate subjects and
predicates in a sentence.
I CAN spell and use words with
short vowels (a, i) in writing.
I CAN write a narrative true story.

Essential Question(s): What is a


perfect pet like?

-Have students think of two


words to describe Mudge. Have
volunteers write their words on
the board. Identify unusual
words.

Objective(s):
I CAN sequence events in a story.
I CAN read and identify words
with short vowels (a,i)
I CAN identify and use
appropriate subjects and
predicates in a sentence.
I CAN spell and use words with
short vowels (a, i) in writing.
I CAN compare and contrast two
stories
I CAN write a narrative true
story.

Objective(s):
I CAN sequence events in a story.
I CAN read and identify words
with short vowels (a,i)
I CAN identify and use
appropriate subjects and
predicates in a sentence.
I CAN spell and use words with
short vowels (a, i) in writing.
I CAN compare and contrast two
stories
I CAN write a narrative true
story.

Display the start of a story and


have students continue the
story. Each child will make up a
sentence to finish the story.

Spelling Test

Phonics: Review words with CVC


syllable patterns. Begin working
on short vowels o, u, e

Phonics: Review short vowels o,


u, e, Practice with cut and paste
exercise.

Vocabulary: Cut and paste


vocabulary in ABC order

Vocabulary: Review using a


glossary. Students practice
looking up a list of words
definitions.

Monday
Homeroom - 8:45-10:00
Mrs. Kershaw - 11:30-12:45

Introduce Weekly skills with


flipchart
Phonics: Daily Phonemic
Awareness: have children
identify beginning, ending, and
middle phonemes
Use Sound/Spelling Cards to
name pictures and beginning
sounds with short a, i. Have
students write words with short
a, then short i.
Fluency: Read "The Perfect Pet"
to model fluency.
Comprehension:
Introduce the target skill
of Sequencing Events and
read Henry and Mudge.
Vocabulary: Students use
glossary to define words in

Tuesday

Phonics: Daily Phonemic


Awareness:
Review Sound/Spelling Cards
apple and igloo. Blend words
with short vowels.

Phonics: Say a word and clap out


their syllables. Have students
say, clap, and count the syllables
of given CVC words.
Fluency: Reading words with
Accuracy (Projectable 1.6).

Comprehension: Lead children in


a short discussion of Henry and
Mudge. Recount important
details and summarize
story. Independent
Comprehension: Remind
reading. Complete sequencing
students that stories are retold in activity
a certain order, using words
like first, next, then and finally.
Vocabulary: Discuss the Enrich
Sequencing powerpoint.
Vocabulary, connecting them to
the story. Dictionary Skills:
Sequencing activity
discuss using a dictionary and
how to use it.
Vocabulary: Review target
vocabulary and definitions with
ABC Order Name activity
children. Students complete
foldables
Grammar: Remind students that
a sentence is made of a subject

Comprehension: Read aloud a


2nd Henry and Mudge story
Complete a class venn diagram
comparing and contrasting the
two Henry and Mudge stories
Review sequencing with flip
chart
Grammar: Diagram sentences
identifying the subject and
predicate of each

Review Comparing and


contrasting of two Henry and
Mudge stories

Comprehension: Read aloud Mi


Familia. Students create a Venn
Diagram comparing and
contrasting the children and
adults in the story.
Grammar: Subjects and
Predicates Quiz Simple sentences
powerpoint and practice

ELA Plans
notebooks. Students create a
foldable using vocabulary

Grammar: Review Subjects .


Predicate flipchart

Phonics/Spelling Activities:
Spelling: After reviewing Sound
SPELLING WORDS: sad, dig, jam, Cards, Sound chart cut and paste
glad, list, win, flat, if, fix, rip, kit,
mask
Writing: Explain that good
stories show the writer's ideas by
Grammar: Use flip chart to
using details. The details give
introduce the subject of a
extra information that helps a
sentence
reader
Spelling: . Review Sound/Spelling
cards apple and igloo.
Writing: Use Writing Projectable
1.3 to identify the characteristics
of a good true story. Brainstorm
story ideas

Practice Center rotation


and procedures

Practice Center rotation


and procedures

and predicate. Display given


sentences, identifying subjects
and predicates. Subject and
predicate cut and paste
Spelling: Model segmenting
sounds.
Writing: Explain that events in a
story are told in the way they
happened and we use time order
words (first, next, then and last).

Practice Center rotation


and procedures

Writing: Model for students how Writing: Students use


to put information from Venn
information from venn diagrapm
Diagram in paragraph form.
to write a compare and contrast
paragraph.

Practice Center rotation


and procedures

Practice Center rotation


and procedures