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October 12-19, 2018
Due Date: 10/12/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade



  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES. THURS.   FRIDAY  

MAKING MEANING (Reading)

 

Week 9 Vocabulary daily

(check link)

 




Read Aloud:

Alexander, Who's Not (Do you hear me?) Going to Move

 

Focus:

-Hearing and discussing a story

-Discussing the main character's problem in the story

-Make text-to-text connections

 


Read Aloud:

 

Alexander, Who's Not (Do you hear me?) Going to Move

 

Focus:

 

~Hearing and discussing a story

 

~Discussing the main character's problem in the story

~Make text-to-text connections


Strategy Lesson:

 

Alexander, Who's Not (Do you hear me?) Going to Move

 

Focus:

 

~Hearing a story again to build comprehension

 

~Making inferences about the main character in the story

 

~Exploring if and how the main character changes

~Referring to the text to support their thinking


Independent Strategy Practice:

 

 

 

Focus:

 

~Read Independently

 

~Making inferences about  characters in independent reading

 

~Exploring problems main characters face

~Referring to the text to support their thinking

~Writing in their reading journals

Independent Strategy Practice:

 

Focus:

 

~Read Independently

 

~Making inferences about  characters in independent reading

 

~Exploring problems main characters face

 

~Referring to the text to support their thinking

 

Week 9 Vocabulary Quiz

BEING A Writer

 

Grammar daily

This week: Common and Proper Nouns


 

Exploring and Drafting Personal Narrative:

 "First Day of School"

 

*Focus:

~Remembering the first day of school

Exploring and Drafting Personal Narrative:

"Believing in Myself"

 

*Quick-write

~Perseverance through challenges

Exploring and Drafting Personal Narrative:

"How I Saved a Dog's Life"

 

*Focus:

~Learning situations

Exploring Personal Narrative and Pair Conferring:

 

 

*Focus:

~Temporal words and phrases



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