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Mrs.

Amanda Law Emotional Support January 8, 2014


TIME Wednesday
9:50-10:30 Grade 1 Reading

STANDARDS

1.1.1. E: Demonstrate
accuracy and automaticity
in decoding and oral
reading of grade level text.

1.5.1. A: Identify and write
about one specific topic.

1.6.1.A: Listen actively and
respond to others in small
and large group situations
with appropriate questions
and ideas





Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Objectives:
The student will:
Rotate between three 15 minute reading activities.
Read Hopscotch Daydream leveled reader.
Answer comprehension questions relating to the reading
selection.
Read spelling words out loud.
Build spelling words with letter cards.
Follow the directions of a writing prompt.
Phonics: Long /o/ & Long /u/
word building
Skills Required: Reading with
fluency, writing with capital letters and
end marks, word building, and
compliance/ attention to task.
Review/Assessment:
The teacher will evaluate student fluency, reading rate, and errors
while reading.
The students writing will be assessed for capital letters, punctuation,
spelling, and focus.
The student will review this weeks spelling words while participating
in the word building activity.
Mrs. Amanda Law Emotional Support January 8, 2014





TIME Wednesday
9:50-10:30 Grade 5 Reading

STANDARDS

1.3.5.A. Read,
understand, and respond
to works from various
genres of literature.

1.1.5.B. Use knowledge
of
phonics (e.g.,
syllabication, root words,
prefixes, suffixes), and
the dictionary or context
clues to decode and
understand new words
during reading.

1.5.5.A. Write with a
clear focus, identifying
topic, task, and audience.





Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Objectives:
The student will:
Rotate between three 15 minute reading activities.
Read Life at Home During World War II leveled reader.
Answer comprehension questions relating to the reading
selection.
Read spelling words out loud.
Read magazine of interest to find words ending in -ar, -
er, -or.
Write words on index cards.
Sort words into pockets with the same ending sounds.
Follow the directions of a writing prompt.
Phonics: -ar, -er, -or
endings word sort.
Skills Required: Reading with
fluency, writing with few
grammatical errors, word sorting,
and compliance/ attention to task.
Review/Assessment:
The teacher will evaluate student fluency, reading rate, and
errors while reading.
The students writing will be assessed for capital letters,
punctuation, spelling, and focus.
The student will review this weeks spelling words while
participating in the word sorting activity.
Mrs. Amanda Law Emotional Support January 8, 2014
TIME Wednesday
9:50-10:30 Grade 6 Reading

STANDARDS
1.1.6.C. Use meaning and
knowledge of words (e.g.,
root words, literal
meanings, idioms, common
foreign words) across
content areas to
expand reading vocabulary.

1.1.6.D. Demonstrate
comprehension /
understanding before
reading, during reading,
and after reading on grade
level texts through
strategies such as
summarizing, note taking,
extending ideas from text,
comparing and contrasting
texts, determining fact from
opinion, and supporting
assertions about text with
evidence from text.

1.4.6. B. Write multi-
paragraph informational
pieces.






Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Objectives:
The student will:
Rotate between three 15 minute reading activities.
Read The Only Game in Town leveled reader.
Answer comprehension questions relating to the reading
selection.
Read spelling words out loud.
Build words with ion suffixes.
Follow the directions of a writing prompt.
Word Study: build words with
ion suffix.
Skills Required: Reading with
fluency, writing with few grammatical
errors, word sorting, and compliance/
attention to task.
Review/Assessment:
The teacher will evaluate student fluency, reading rate, and errors
while reading.
The students writing will be assessed for capital letters, punctuation,
spelling, and focus.
The student will review this weeks spelling words while participating
in the word building activity.