- The focus of this week’s instruction is to learn the branches of government, what a president is, what a president does, and how a person becomes president.
Students will know:
- About the lives and legacies of five famous presidents
- Symbols that represent America
- Student Packet for Independent Work
- glue stick/tape
- LESSON 11: In this lesson, students will name the current president, identify the White House as the president’s home, describe Washington, D. C. as the city in which the current president lives and where monuments of past presidents can be found, identify the American flag, and describe the differences between a president and king/queen.
- LESSON 12: In this lesson, students will name George Washington as someone admired for his honesty and identify the cherry tree story as legend.
- LESSON 13: In this lesson, students will describe George Washington as a general who fought for American independence and explain that General Washington led his army to victory even though his army was smaller than the British army.
- LESSON 14: In this lesson, students will identify Geroge Washington as the first president of the United States and explain the sacrifices he made for the country.
- LESSON 15: In this lesson students will Identify Thomas Jefferson as the third president of the United States, identify Thomas Jefferson as the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, describe the purpose of the Declaration of Independence as a statement of America’s liberty, identify the Statue of Liberty.
The focus of this week's instruction is to review foundational reading skills by:
- Reviewing initial and final blends/clusters
- Reviewing CCVC/CVCC/CCVCC word reading
- Reading the decodable stories: “Up” and “Fast Fred”
- Dry erase markers
- Student Print Packet
- Large Cards for ‘m’, ‘n’, ‘t’, ‘d’, ‘c’, ‘k’, ‘g’, ‘s’, ‘z’, ‘p’, ‘b’, ‘w’, ‘j’, ‘y’, ‘x’, ‘i’, ‘e’, ‘a’, ‘u’, ‘o’, ‘ch’, ‘sh’
- Sound Card 27 (chips)
- Sound Poster ‘ch’
- Small Cards
- Small Container
- Lowercase alphabet strip
- One Fish, Two Fish by Dr. Seuss
- LESSON 1: In this lesson, students will complete an oral blending and sound/spelling review, a review of the letter names, a review of rhyming words, and watch the teacher demonstrate reading the story “Up” before also reading it as a whole group.
- LESSON 2: In this lesson, students will complete an oral blending and sound/spelling review, a dictation activity, watch a teacher demonstration of the story “Fast Fred”, and participate in a small group reading activity.
- LESSON 3: In this lesson, students will complete a segmenting and sound/spelling review, review the should /ch/, and complete a differentiated small group activity.
- LESSON 4: In this lesson, students will complete a segmenting and sound/spelling review, a riddles activity, a spelling activity, and a chaining activity.
- LESSON 5: In this lesson, students will complete a segmenting and sound/spelling review, a spelling activity, and a chaining activity.