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3rd Grade ELA Lesson Plans

 

 

  Dates:  Nov. 5-16, 2018                                 Subject / Grade: ELA / 3rd                       

 

STANDARDS:  RL.3.1, 3.3, 3.9  RI.3.1, 3.3, 3.9 for day 1 and 2 of week 1.   RL.3.3, 3.4, 3.7  RI.3.5, 3.7  RF.3.4c  L.3.2b, 3.2c, 3.2d, 3.5a  W.3.1abcd, 3.4, 3.5  SL.3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.6

Week 1  (November 5-9) 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Comprehension

TTW split students up into groups. TTW then give each group a set of review questions. TSW work in groups to complete the questions. TTW then go over the answers with students. She will say all of these skills will be on your 4.5 weeks test tomorrow.

 

Comprehension

Students will complete their 4.5 weeks test.

Comprehension

Character Traits

Guided Instruction

Ready book pgs. 100- 104.

TTW review with students what character traits are. The class will then read the passage. TTW guide students through answering questions 1 and 2. Students will then work independently to complete questions 3-5. TTW then guide students through completing the chart for question 6.

Comprehension

Context Clues, Literal and Nonliteral Language

Model and Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 202- 203

Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 204-205. Let students work in small groups as they complete these pages. TTW go over answers with the students once finished.

Comprehension

Students will complete a comprehension daily grade independently.

Language

Vocabulary: TTW review skill words with students that will be on the test tomorrow.

 

 

Grammar: Students will apply their grammar skills as they finish up their writings.

 

Language

Vocabulary: Students will applied known words to helping them complete their test.

 

Grammar: Students will apply their grammar skills as they finish up their writings.

 

Language

Vocabulary: Two words from texts in Ready to directly teach: barge- a flat bottomed boat. conqueror- a person who gains a place or people by force.

 

Grammar: Commas in Address

Direct instruction using Ready book pgs. 432-433.

Language

Vocabulary:  Two words from texts in Ready to directly teach: pod- a number of whales clustered together. content- happy with what one has or is.

 

Grammar: Literal and Nonliteral Meanings

Direct instruction using Ready book pgs. 456-457

Language

Vocabulary: TTW review the words learned this week and skill words.

 

Grammar: TTW review grammar skills with students and remind them to use them as they read and write today.

Writing

Students will work independently to finish their graded opinion writing that was started last week. TTW remind them they have until tomorrow to finish.

Writing

Students will complete their independent opinion writings.

Writing

Students will begin working on opinion writing for the week. TTW review prompt with students and discuss finding important details. TSW work on finding details that support prompt.

Writing

Students will complete their graphic organizer using the details they found. TTW remind students to summarize their details and using transition words.

Writing

Students will work on their introduction and conclusions. TTW monitor student work, redirecting students and checking for mistakes.

Phonics:  TTW use a passage to review context clues and practice this skill all week. Each day she will pick a word from the passage for students to define using context clues.

 

 

STANDARDS:  RL.3.1, 3.3, 3.9  RI.3.1, 3.3, 3.9 for day 1 and 2 of week 1.   RL.3.3, 3.4, 3.7  RI.3.5, 3.7  RF.3.4c  L.3.2b, 3.2c, 3.2d, 3.5a  W.3.1abcd, 3.4, 3.5  SL.3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.6

Week 2  (November 12-16) 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Comprehension

Illustrations, Connecting words to Pictures

Modeled and Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 354-357.

Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 356-357. Let students work in small groups as they complete these pages. TTW go over answers with the students once finished.

Comprehension

Text Features

Modeled and Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 162-165.

Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 164-165. Let students work in small groups as they complete these pages. TTW go over answers with the students once finished.

Comprehension

Text Features: Connecting Words and Pictures in Informational Text

Modeled and Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 284-287.

Guided Lesson- Ready book pgs. 286-287. Let students work in small groups as they complete these pages. TTW go over answers with the students once finished.

Comprehension

Centers/Small Group

(25 min at each task)

1.) Teacher led writing.

2.) Class Works

3.) Independent Review of reading standards for the biweekly test tomorrow.

TTW go over the reading review with students that was done during small group time and she will answer any questions students may have.

Comprehension

Biweekly 3 for the 2ndnine weeks

TTW do one last review with students and then students will complete their test.

Language

Vocabulary: Two words from texts in Ready to directly teach: launched- sent flying into the air. tumbling- to fall or collapse.

Grammar:  Punctuating Dialogue

Direct instruction using Ready book pgs. 434-435

Language

Vocabulary: Two words from texts in Ready to directly teach: absorb- to take in or soak up. evaporate- to remove water or process of water drying up.

 

Grammar: TTW guide students through a punctuating dialogue activity.

Language

Vocabulary: Two words from texts in Ready to directly teach: device- a piece of equipment to serve a special purpose. canal- a waterway for boats.

 

Grammar:  Possessive Nouns

Direct instruction using Ready book pgs. 436-437.

Language

Vocabulary:  TTW review the words learned this week and skill words.

Grammar: TTW review with students literal and nonliteral meanings.

Language

Vocabulary: TSW use vocabulary skills as they take their test.

Grammar: TSW apply grammar skills as they complete their work for the day.

Writing

Students will begin working on their paragraphs. Using their graphic organizer, they worked on last week. TTW monitor student work.

 

 

 

Writing

TTW give each student a copy of the rubric. Review rubric with students. Have students peer check their writings based on the rubric.

Writing

Students will work on correcting writings based on the peer edits from the previous day. TTW monitor student work and help with student edits.

Writing

(addressed in teacher center)

Writing

Biweekly test day

Phonics: TTW use a passage to review context clues and practice this skill all week. Each day she will pick a word from the passage for students to define using context clues.

Example of an Assessment Item Related to the Standard:

Read the sentence underlined in paragraph 3 of the story. What does Howie mean by this sentence?

What makes the two stories alike in the lessons they teach?

What question is answered in paragraph 4?

Which two quotations from the passages “Halloween” and “Day of the Dead” support the idea that they are alike? 

Read the sentence underlined in paragraph 3 of the story. What does Howie mean by this sentence?

Read these sentences from paragraph 2. Which sentence describes how Dereck feels when he speaks these sentences?

What question is answered in paragraph 4?

Based on the passage “Western Explorers,” how does Lewis and Clark get food on their exploration?

What happened when Cleopatra studied hard?

Read the sentence from 5. What does Alexander mean when he says “conquered”?

Why did the author include the illustration of the flute in the story?

How do the paragraph headings help the reader understand the text?

According to the diagram in “The Amazing Canal,” what did the pre-canal route go around?