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10:15 am Snack NO INFO NEEDED
10:30 am Language Topic: Reading Comprehension (12 minutes)
Questions
1. What have Mike and Spike decided to do with their day?
2. Do Mike and Spike go on a hike If not, what do they do?
3. What do you think Spike and Mike will do tomorrow?
4. Do Mike and Spike go on a hike?
5. How do you think Mike and Spike felt about hiking today?
6. What clue tells us that Spike and Mike will not hike?
7. Mike and Spike never went hiking. Why do you think they dont hike at
the end of the story?
Target: Students will read the story Mike and Spike Hike. They will answer
questions about key details in the literary text.
questions about a literary text using key details from the text.
Text: Harcourt StoryTown pgs. 140-147
Check for understanding: Teacher will check for understanding by listening
comprehension questions.
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Topic: Mike and Spike Hike Sequence worksheet (MOVE TO 1:10PM)
Task: Students will cut out and paste the story scenes in order.
Target: Students will be able to recall events in a literary text.
Text: Harcourt Storytown pgs. 140-147
questions about a literary text using key details from the text.
Check for understanding: Completed sequence worksheet
10:55 am Field Trip
11:25 am Lunch Field Trip
12:00 pm Recess Field Trip
12:35 pm Transition Field Trip
12:40 pm Math Math: Geometry (Move to Monday)
Topic: Topic 15-6 Identifying Solid Figures
Target: Identifying, describing and building 2D and 3D shapes
Task: Students will build 2D and 3D shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks
and then tell about their shape. Students will complete Envision workmat 15-6
Text: EnVision teacher edition
Check for understanding: Completed worksheet that goes with 2D/3D
marshmallow activity, and Envision workmat 15-6
1:10 pm Science Topic: Science (Move to Monday)
Task: Students will investigate light sources using a recording sheet. Students
will investigation different light sources by playing a concentration game. The
students will record their observations and evidence in their interactive
science journal. They will report their findings to the class.