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Aug 19-23: ELAR & MATH

Aikin Elementary Lesson Plans

Week of: Sept.9-13   1st Grade ELAR

 

 

TEKS

Vocabulary

Engagement/

Opening 

Guided Practice

Independent Work/

Assessments

Closure

Question Stems

Monday

1.1A

1.1C

1.1D

1.9A

1.8C

1.6I

1.7E

1.7F

1.11A

1.11B

1.11E

  • Fairy Tales
     
  • Beginning, Middle, & End
     
  • Hero/Villain
     
  • Problem and Solution
     
  • Author’s Purpose
     
  • Entertain
     
  • Nouns, Pronouns, & Verbs
     
  • Imagery

Read Aloud: Cinderella and

Discuss elements of a fairy tale

 

Author's Purpose: Entertain (anchor chart)

 

Review:

Nouns, Pronouns,
& Verbs

 

Writing Workshop:

Start Mod 2
&

Discuss Nana in the City

 

 

 

Glue in fairy tale elements in journals

 

Airport Action Page

(Verbs)

 

Create a list whole group “Our Special World”

 

 

Have students give you examples of nouns & verbs

  • Can you predict what might happen next?
     
  • Why did that character do that?
     
  • How did the character feel?
     
  • Why do you think that they felt that way? (How do you know?)
     
  • If you were that character how would you have felt? What would you have done?

 

 

Tuesday

 

 

Poem:

In Search of Cinderella

 

Read Aloud: Alternative version of Cinderella

 

HMH:

Big Dilly’s Tale

 

Review:

Pronouns

 

Writing Workshop:

Lesson #2

Nana in the City

 

Cinderella retelling cards

 

Discuss elements of
a fairy tale

 

Pronoun
word search

 

Discuss imagery and the connections between the text and illustrations

 

Illustrate a BME retell of Nana in the City

 

 

Call on several students to discuss what they like about fairy tales.

 

Wednesday

 

 

 

Review:

Author’s Purpose with Fairy Tales

 

Read Aloud: Alternative version of Cinderella

 

HMH:

Big Dilly’s Tale

 

Writing:

Complete & Correct Sentences Worksheet

 

Writing Workshop:

Lesson #3

Nana in the City

 

Make Retell Me Tower
(glue in journal or on a popsicle stick)

 

Reread Big Dilly’s Tale

 

Locate nouns & verbs on sentence WS

 

Discuss vocabulary in Nana in the City that may be unknown & model looking for these words in a dictionary

 

Discuss what a glossary is

 

Label the BME of Nana in the City and begin writing correct sentences for the BME

*writing the sentences can be done whole group or independently depending on your class

 

Practice retelling Cinderella with
a partner.

 

Student’s will partner read or independently  read Big Dilly’s Tale

 

 

Call on several students to discuss which

fairy tale version they liked better

 

Thursday

 

 

Read Aloud:

A different versions of Cinderella

 

HMH:

Big Dilly’s Tale

 

Review:

Nouns & Verbs

 

Writing Workshop:

Lesson #4

Nana in the City

 

 

 

 

Compare two different Cinderella stories using the Pumpkin Comparison Page

 

HMH:

Complete Page 80

 

Complete the sentences from the BME of
Nana in the City

*writing the sentences can be done whole group or independently depending on your class

 

Display
 “Our Special World” chart from Monday and give students the opportunity to add any new ideas they may have come up with

Nouns & Verbs picture sort

 

HMH:

Complete Page 81

 

Students will illustrate and label a BME sentence using one word from the “Our Special World” chart

Have two students share their sentences from Nana in the City whole group

 

Friday

 

 

 

Read Aloud:

Two different versions of a fairy tale

Compare the two different versions of a fairy tale & discuss their similarities and differences

 

Complete BME Sentences from Nana in the City

*writing the sentences can be done whole group or independently depending on your class

 

After discussing the two different versions of a fairy tale, have the students respond in their journals over one fairy tale of their choice

 

 

 

 

Pick several students to share their BME sentences from Nana in the City

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aikin Elementary Lesson Plans

Week of:_9/9 – 9/13  FIRST GRADE MATH__

 

 

TEKS

Vocabulary

Engagement/

Opening 

Guided Practice

Independent Work/

Assessments

Closure

Question Stems

Monday

LESSON 15.2

 

1.1B, 1.1F, 1.1G, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.3E, 1.5B

ATTRIBUTE

SORTING

ASSESSMENT REVIEW

 

WRITTEN ASSESSMENT

SORTING BY ONE ATTRIBUTE

 

Tuesday

LESSON 16

1.1B, 1.1F, 1.1G, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.3E, 1.4A. 1.4B, 1.4C, 1.5B, 1.9A, 1.9B, 1.9C

MONEY

PENNY, CENT

AMOUNTS, ALLOWANCE, EARNING, SAVING

WHOLE GROUP COUNTING

IDENTIFYING A PENNY AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS, COUNTING DIFFERENT AMOUNTS OF PENNIES

USING PENNIES GIVEN BY TEACHER TO COUNT DIFFERENT MONEY AMOUNTS

TALK ABOUT AN ALLOWANCE – WORKING AND EARNING MONEY AND SAVING MONEY

 

YOUTUBE: CURIOUS GEORGE SAVES HIS PENNIES

WHAT COLOR IS A PENNY? WHO IS THE PRESIDENT ON THE PENNY? HOW MUCH IS A PENNY WORTH?

Wednesday

LESSON 17

1.1B, 1.1F, 1.1G, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.2E, 1.3E 1.5B, 1.6A, 1.6D, 1.8A

NUMBERS, BETWEEN, MIDDLE

WHOLE GROUP COUNTING

IDENTIFYING A NUMBER BETWEEN TWO NUMBERS

USING LINKING CUBES GIVEN BY TEACHER TO PLACE ON NUMBER CARDS TO IDENTIFY WHAT NUMBER IS BETWEEN 2 NUMBERS

 

WHAT NUMBER IS BETWEEN __ AND __? WHAT NUMBERS ARE BETWEEN _AND _?

Thursday

LESSON 18

1.1B, 1.1F, 1.1G, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.3E,  1.5B, 1.6G, 1.6H

SOLID

HALF DIVIDE

WHOLE GROUP COUNTING AND APPLE EXPERIMENT REVIEW

DIVIDING A SOLID IN HALF

SOME, SOME WENT AWAY STORIES

COUNTING BACKWARDS

 

Friday

LESSON 19

1.1B, 1.1F, 1.1G, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.2G 1.3B, , 1.5B, 1.8A, 1.8B, 1.8C

GRAPH, PICTOGRAPH, DATA, COLLECT, SORTING, HALVES, GREATEST, FEWEST, MOST

WHOLE GROUP COUNTING AND APPLE EXPERIMENT REVIEW

GRAPHING SEEDS FROM APPLE EXPERIMENT

COUNTING SEEDS AND USING THE DATA TO CREATE A PICTOGRAPH

DISCUSS WHAT OTHER THINGS WE COULD GRAPH

WHAT APPLE HAD THE LEAST OR MOST AMOUNT OF SEEDS?