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Lindell Elementary School

Weekly Update
 

 

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Fifth Grade

 

Kindergarten

For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/20/20

In reading students will:

  • Identify who the main character is by answering the question, "Who is the story mostly about?"
  • Analyze the pictures in their fiction books to identify the main character by noting which characters show up in the illustrations the most.
  • Think about the purpose of the main character compared to the whole of the story by discussing how the story would be different if the main character didn't exist.

In writing students will:

  • Distinguish the difference between a fact and an opinion by writing one fact and one opinion specific to a topic.
  • Form and share opinions by speaking their opinion with a partner.
  • Form opinions by stating how they feel about a particular topic.

In math students will:

  • Represent decomposition story situations with drawings using numeric number bonds.
  • Represent composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using pictorial and numeric number bonds.
  • Represent number bonds with composition and decomposition story situations.

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First Grade

For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/20/20

In reading students will:

  • identify fiction and nonfiction elements within the same text by sorting details from the text into fact and fiction.


In writing students will:

  • understand the features of nonfiction books by looking at a variety of nonfiction books.
  • use nonfiction books to recognize that they teach readers new information for questions they may have by focusing on the text features.

 

In math students will:

  • compare quantities and numerals from left to right.
  • use the symbols >, =, and < to compare quantities and numerals.

 

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Second Grade


For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/20/20

In reading students will:

  • Growing readers recognize important words to help them learn more about the topic (bold words, italics, glossary, etc.).

 

In writing students will:

  • Growing writers of expert books go in depth about their topic by writing factual information with supportive details.

 

In math students will:

  • Students subtract from 200 and from numbers with zeros in the tens place.

 

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Third Grade

For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/20/20

In reading students will:

  • set the purpose and formulate the gist of the main idea in the passage by skimming and scanning the text, the questions, and the vocabulary.


In writing students will:

  • accurately answer a short response by first understanding the question and then identifying what key details are needed to respond appropriately to an author's purpose question.


In math students will:

  • practice placing various fractions on a number line.

 

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Fourth Grade


For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/20/20

In reading students will:

  • Readers independently interact with a text by annotating, discussing, and paraphrasing.

 

In writing students will:

  • Writers will craft a short response about "Excerpt from If Wishes Were Horses" by supporting their answer with text details.

 

In math students will:

  • Add and multiply unit fractions to build fractions greater than 1 using visual models.

 

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Fifth Grade


For the week ahead we anticipate that students will...

 

Week Ending 3/13/20

In reading students will:

  • Apply a variety of strategies to
    support their comprehension
    of a passage by purposefully
    annotating the text by
    revisiting notice and note
    elements.

 

In writing students will:

  • Answer short response
    questions by utilizing the
    Boxes and Bullets graphic
    organizer as they draft their
    short responses by using
    details from their bullets into
    an organized paragraph.

 

In math students will:

  • Use tape diagrams to model
    fractions as division as they
    continue to solve word problems
    involving division of whole
    numbers with answers in the
    form of fractions or whole
    numbers.

 

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