• 2018-2019 Third Grade Nine Weeks Plans

     

    Math

    Science

    Social Studies          

    Language Arts

    1st

    Quarter

     

     

    Place Value

    -Place Value, Round, Compare

     

    Computation with Whole Numbers (addition & subtraction)

    -Related Facts

    -Single and multistep problems

    -Identity and Commutative

    Properties

     

    Money

    -Count, Compare, Making Change

    Scientific Investigation

     

    -Scientific Investigations

    -Matter

    -Water Cycle

    -Natural Cycles

    (Sun/Moon,/Earth)

     

    Citizenship & Government; Begin Mechanics of Geography

    - Why Have Government?

    - Our Republic: Representative Democracy

     

    Reading:

    -  Make connections between previous experiences and reading selections

    -  Read with fluency and accuracy.

    -Use prior and background knowledge as context for new learning.

    Writing:

    -Launching the Writing Workshop

    -Writing Realistic Fiction pieces

    -  Use complete sentences.

    -  Use apostrophes in contractions with

    pronouns and in possessives.

    -  Use the articles "a", "an", and "the"

    correctly.

    -  Use correct spelling for frequently

    used sight words, including irregular plurals.

    Communication:

    - Ask and respond to questions from teachers and other group members.

    - Use language appropriate for context

     

     

     

     

    Math

    Science

    Social Studies          

    Language Arts

    2nd

    Quarter

     

    Computation with Whole Numbers (multiply & divide)

    -Multiplication and Division Facts

    -Modeling, Story Problems

    -Patterns

    -Identity & Commutative Properties

    Patterns & Data

    -Collect, Display, Interpret Data

    -Patterns

    Geometry

    -Plane and Solid Figures

    -2D Geometry

    -Congruency

    -Metric Measurements

    -Energy Resources

    -Simple Machines

    -Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments

    Mechanics of Geography;

    Themes of Geography- Hemispheres, “Location,” and Locations

    -  Reading and Constructing

    Maps and Graphs

     

    Reading:

    -Nonfiction Reading

    -Apply meaning clues, language structure, and phonetic strategies.

    - Make, confirm, or revise predictions.

    - Identify the problem and solution.

    - Identify supporting details.

    - Read with fluency and accuracy.

    - Preview and use text features.

    - Identify supporting details.

    - Use table of contents, indices, and charts.

    Writing:

    - Informational Writing: Expert Pieces

    - Use a variety of prewriting strategies.

    - Revise writing for clarity of content using specific vocabulary and information.

    - Use transition words to vary sentence structure.

    - Use past and present verb tense.

    - Use commas in a simple series.

    -Use simple abbreviations.

    - Use correct spelling for frequently used sight words, including irregular plurals.

    Communication:

    - Explain what has been learned.

     

     

     

     

     

    Math

    Science

    Social Studies          

    Language Arts

    3rd Quarter

     

    Fractions, Probability, and Measurement (Length)

    -Model, Name, and Compare Fractions

    -Probability

    -Length to Nearest 1/2 in.

    -Area and Perimeter

    Computation with Fractions

    -Add & Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators

    Elapsed Time and Temp.

    -Time/Elapsed Time

    -Equiv. Periods of Time

    -Temperature

    -Animal Adaptations

    -Food Chains

    -Natural Cycles (Animals)

    Geography and its Effects on Human Life

    - Resources and Economy: Cases of Greece, Rome, Mali, China, Egypt

    - Economic Specialization and Economic Choices

    Reading:

    -Information Reading

    - Use knowledge of roots, affixes, synonyms, and antonyms.

    - Use word reference resources including the glossary, dictionary, and thesaurus.

    - Ask and answer questions about what is read.

    - Identify the main idea.

    - Read with fluency and accuracy.

    -Use encyclopedias and other reference books, including online reference materials.

    Writing:

    -Researched Based Nonfiction Writing

    - Use a variety of prewriting strategies.

    - Write a paragraph on the same topic.

    - Include details that elaborate the main idea.

    - Use correct spelling for frequently used sight words, including irregular plurals.

    - Construct questions about the topic.

    - Collect and organize information about the topic into a short report.

    - Understand the differences between plagiarism and using own words.

    Communication:

    - Explain what has been learned.

     

     

    Math

    Science

    Social Studies          

    Language Arts

    4th Quarter

     

    Measuring My World

    -Length, Weight, Liquid Volume, Area, Perimeter

    -Review for SOL and Post SOL Topics

    -Soil

    -Natural Cycles (Plants)

    -Survival of Organisms

     

    Reading:

    -Use knowledge of roots, affixes, synonyms, and antonyms.

    -Use word reference resources including the glossary, dictionary, and thesaurus.

    -Compare and contrast settings, characters, and events.

    -Identify the author's purpose.

    -Draw conclusions about text.

    -Use reading strategies to monitor comprehension throughout the reading process.

    -Read with fluency and accuracy.

    -Summarize major points found in nonfiction texts.

    -Identify the main idea.

    -Use encyclopedias and other reference books, including online reference materials.

    -Use table of contents, indices, and charts.

    Writing:

    -Persuasive Writing

    -Use a variety of prewriting strategies.

    -Use strategies for organization of information and elaboration

    -Use singular possessives.

    -Use correct spelling for frequently used sight words, including irregular plurals.

    Communication:

    -Listen attentively by making eye contact, facing the speaker, asking questions,

     

     

Last Modified on June 7, 2018