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Quarter 2

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Quarter 2 Lessons

First Quarter Lessons

 

 

Quarter 3

 

Quarter 4

 

 



January 

 

01/03

Power Write

Edit

SB: page 3 End punctuation

 

 

 

04

Power Write

Edit

SB: . ? !

Write a paragraph about coldest experience; include two !

Share

 

 

07

 

Power Write

Spelling

Skillbook  review -- continue sharing coldest experience and ! use.

 

 

08

Power Write

Lesson I-1 Authority List

SB 4 punctuation and follow up

 

 

09

Add to Authority List

Lesson I-4 Dig up buried stories

SB 4 and follow up

 

 

10

Power Write from Map

Lesson I-12 Free-Write for Specifics (choosing strong writing)

Follow up p. 4: Superman problem

 

 

11

Share stories

Lesson I-17 Anchoring the General with Support

Brave Young Man: How to ask questions for details

Add questions to stories

 

 

14

Power Write about eagles -- be specific

 

Ask questions; add details; rewrite

Spelling

Alternative Assignments

 

 

15

entry--Spelling practice

Poetry Reading and Sharing

Powerful Language Posters

 

 

16

Entry: Read poetry and use as pattern for own poem

Share

 

Lesson I-17 Anchoring the General with Support

Projects  Eagle Poetry Project

 

 

17

Power Write--eagles

 

I-17 follow up modeling-- add the support

Poetry Reading/sharing

 

 

18

Poetry writing and reading

Figurative Language -- simile

Projects Work -- poetry

 

 

22

Poetry writing and reading

 

Projects

Spelling

 

Projects -- read and write poetry

 

 

 

23 See Sub Plans

 

 

24 and 25

Write three sentences with ACTION words

Figurative Language Review: vivid verbs, nifty nouns

Simile/Metaphor intro and practice

Find in your chosen poem and your own poems

25: write a boring sentence to your friend; rewrite it with strong verbs and nifty nouns; simile

 

 

 

29

 

Entry:

 

write a boring sentence to your friend; rewrite it with strong verbs and nifty nouns

write the same idea, but to the President

Find in your chosen poem and your own poems

Discuss audience/purpose/plan

Put poems on paper for display

 

 

 


12/11/07 - 12/19/08 Grammar; Ideas

 

12/11; 12/12; 12/13

Poetry review: figurative language -- alliteration, onomatopoeia; action verbs; sensory imagery

copy poems for display;

dedication

ponderer

Eagle thank you and broster

 

 

12/14 and 12/17 See Sub Plans

12/18 1/2 day now class (snow)

12/19 Dress Rehearsal

 

 

 

 

 

12/04 - 12/10 Grammar; Ideas

 

12/10 Content writing

Spelling words

Review Action verbs

 

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 

Finish: broster, thank you letter

 

12/07 Content writing

Power Write

Spelling Test

Review action verbs.

 

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 

Finish: broster/ thank you letter

 

12/06 Content writing

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 

Finish: broster/ thank you letter

 

12/05 Chronicle Contest Prep

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 

Finish: broster/ thank you letter

 

Golden Eagle Project

 

12/04 Chronicle Contest Prep

 

What is your favorite recipe?

 

In 50 words, describe why it's our favorite recipe or what makes it special.

 


 

 

11/28- 12/03 Poetry, Language, Research

 

12/03 Chronicle Contest Prep

 

Spelling

 

Alphabet Game

 

What is your favorite recipe?

 

In 50 words, describe why it's our favorite recipe or what makes it special.

 

 

 

If time:

 

Eagle Project: facts on blue sheets, broster, thank you letter

 

11/30 Chronicle Contest Prep

 

Spelling Test

Alphabet Game

What is your favorite recipe?

In 50 words, describe why it's our favorite recipe or what makes it special.

 

If time:

Eagle Project: facts on blue sheets, broster, thank you letter

 

 

11/29 Chronicle Contest Prep

 

 

 

Alphabet Game

 

What is your favorite recipe?

 

In 50 words, describe why it's our favorite recipe or what makes it special.

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/28 Poetry and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling

 

Two Groups:

 

Poetry Group:

 

 

 

 

 


11/14 - 11/27  Poetry, Language, Research

 

 

11/27 Poetry and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling

 

Poetry Pieces

 

Alliteration, Action Verbs, Onomatopoeia

 

 

 

11/26 Inservice

 

11/21 Early Dismissal Thanksgiving

 

 

11/20 Poetry and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling -- thanksgiving words

 

Power Write

Spelling test

 

 

Poetry:  PoetryPlaces --as time allows, complete the following:

 

 

First: Ponder Places and Topics and Ponder Poems for Places

Make a list of at least five places your team wants to place poems.

Read lots of poems.  Find just the right poem for the places.

You may place a poem at anyone's place. 

Use sticky notes to mark the poem (your initials; the spot to put it)

 

 

Second: Ponder Poems

 

Read some of the marked poems with a partner.

On a Golden Line paper, write:

the title of the poem

your favorite part

why is it your favorite part (the sound, the mind movie, the way it flows (beat/rhythm))

 

 

Continue Research Strategies---

Discuss:

 

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

Golden Eagle Project

 

 

 

11/19 Poetry and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling -- thanksgiving words

 

 

 

 Poetry:  PoetryPlaces --as time allows, complete the following:

 

 Review Walk.

 

First: Ponder Places and Topics:

Make a list of at least five places your team wants to place poems.

Write what kind of poem or topic of poem you want to place in each spot.

Type this information at the Poetry: Where? What? page:  http://coyotetalks.pbwiki.com/Poetry:+Where?+What?

 

Second: Ponder Poems for Places:

 

Read lots of poems.  Find just the right poem for the places we have listed at Poetry: Where? What?

You may place a poem at anyone's place.  Just type the title of your poem on the Poetry: Where? What? page.

 

Third: Reflect on what you have done.

http://coyotetalks.pbwiki.com/Team+Reflections+5P

 

 

 

Share Golden Eagles work.

Continue research. Basketball players need to do introductory work.

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

 

11/16 Poetry and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling test

 

 

Share Golden Eagles work.

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

Continue research. Basketball players need to do introductory work.

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

11/15 Poetry and Eagles

 

Power Write

 

 

Intro to Golden Eagle Project

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

11/14 Poetry

Power Write

 

 Poetry:  PoetryPlaces

Part 2: Read poetry, places, dedications.

Part 3: Write a positive comment.

Poetry Walk: Where could we put poems around our school?

 

 

 


11/5-11/13 Poetry and Writing: Details/Images Compound Sentences

 

11/13 Poetry Places: Images

Power Write (3x) Edit one.

Part 2:  PoetryPlaces

 

Poetry: Poetry Places reading around the room.

Connect

Find images

Detect purpose.

Detect audience.

Analyze dedications.

Appropriate comments

 

Part Two

Go to one poem to:

 

Read a part of the poem again.

 

 

Answer:

Why was that poem placed in that spot?

 

 

 

 

What audience would read it there? 

 

 

 

What purpose does the poem  share in this spot? 

 

 

 

Could it fit in another spot? 

 

 

 

 

What does the dedication do?

 

 

 If time

Part Three

 

Silent comment sheet under each poem.

 

Write a positive comment about what you like about this poem.

 

 

11/12 Veterans Day

No School

 

 

11/9 Poetry Places: Images; Veteran's Pow Wow

11/8 & 9 Poetry Places: Images

Power Write (3x) Edit one.

Part 1 ReviewPoetryPlaces

 

 

Poetry: Poetry Places reading around the room.

Connect

Find images

Detect purpose.

Detect audience.

Analyze dedications.

Appropriate comments

 

If time, start Part Two

Go to one poem to:

 

Read a part of the poem again.

 

 

Answer:

Why was that poem placed in that spot?

 

 

 

 

What audience would read it there? 

 

 

 

What purpose does the poem  share in this spot? 

 

 

 

Could it fit in another spot? 

 

 

 

 

What does the dedication do?

 

11/7  Compound Sentences; Geo-caching

Power Write

 

Geo-caching Information

Write compound sentences about geo-caching.

 

11/6  Geo-caching

Power Write

 

Geo-caching Information

 

 


 

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