Q3W2 Jan 9-13

TeacherBarbara Perdisatt
Subject AreaELA/SS
Grade Level5
Week #Q3W2
Unit of InstructionQuarter 3
Standard(s) Taught

     ELA.5.V.1.1 – recognize/use academic vocabulary in speaking and writing

·         ELA.5.V.1.3 – apply knowledge of Greek and Latin Roots and affixes, recognizing the connection between affixes and parts of speech, to determine meaning.

·         ELA.5.R.1.2 – compare/contrast how authors from different time periods address the same or related topics.

·         ELA.5.R.1.4 – Explain how figurative language and other poetic elements work together in a poem.

·         ELA.5.R.2.1 – explain how text structure and/or features contribute to overall meaning

·         ELA.5.R.2.2 – explain how relevant details support the central idea(s)

·         ELA.5.R.3.2b – summarize to enhance comprehension

·         ELA.5.F.1.3 – apply knowledge of letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, and morphology to read/write unfamiliar single-syllable and multisyllabic words

·         ELA.5.F.1.4 – read with accuracy, automaticity, and prosody or expression

·         ELA.5.C.1.1 – demonstrate fluent and legible cursive writing skills

·         ELA.5.C.1.3 – Write to make a claim supporting a perspective with logical reasons, relevant evidence from sources, elaboration, organizational structure with varied transitions.

·         ELA.5.C.1.5 – improve writing by planning, revising, and editing

·         ELA.5.C.2.1 – Present information orally, in a logical sequence, using nonverbal cues, appropriate volume, clear pronunciation, and appropriate pacing.

·         ELA.5.C.3.1 – Follow the rules of standard English grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling appropriate to grade level.

·         ELA.5.C.4.1 – conduct research to answer a question, organize information about a topic and using multiple reliable and valid sources.

·         SS.5.A.4.1 – Identify the economic, political and socio-cultural motivation for colonial settlement.

·         SS.5.A.4.2 – Compare characteristics of New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.

·         SS.5.A.4.3 – Identify significant individuals responsible for the development of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.

·         SS.5.A.4.4 – Demonstrate an understanding of political, economic, and social aspects of daily colonial life in the thirteen colonies.

·         SS.5.A.4.5 – Explain the importance of Triangular Trade linking Africa, the West Indies, the British Colonies, and Europe.

·         SS.5.A.4.6 – Describe the introduction, impact, and role of slavery in the colonies.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Unit Question: What value does technology bring to people’s lives?                                           Students will explain what a colonist and colony is.                                                 

Students will be able to explain how colonists arrived in North America.

Students will be able to explain why colonists came to America

Students will be able to explain that there are 13 colonies divided into three geographical regions

Students will be able to describe the different types of homes and buildings found in the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies

Students will be able to describe what colonial schools were like and compare them to schools today

Classroom Activities

IReady          Nearpod

Build a colonial village

Create a Venn Diagram comparing My School to Colonial Schools

Language Review Practice

Greek and Latin Vocabulary lesson 19

Ms. Perdisatt’s Homeroom – Literature Circles, Goal Setting

Assignments Due

Spelling and Vocabulary Lesson 19 formative –  1/13

Grammar quiz 3:2 – 1/13

U5W1 benchmark formative – 1/6

Build a colonial village – 1/10

Venn Diagram – 1/12

Opinion writing – 1/9

Additional Resources

Lesson 19 – dict (say, tell)         tele- (far), neo- (new)

contradict – to say the opposite of something someone else has said, to deny the truth of something

dictation – the act of speaking words that someone writes down or that a machine records

dictator – a person who rules a country with total authority, often in a cruel or brutal way

predict – to say what will or might happen in the future

verdict – the decision made by a jury in a trial

neonatal – of, relating to, or taking care of babies in the first month after birth

neoclassical – relating to a style of art or architecture like the ones found inn ancient Greece or Rome

televise – to broadcast something by television

telecommunication – the technology of sending and receiving signals, images, etc, over long distances by telephone, television, satellite, etc.

telescope – a device shaped like a long tube that you look through in order to see things that are far away.