3rd - Reading and Writing Planning

Sept. 14-18 and Sept. 21-25, 2015

Reading TEKS 3.5 A (week 4) 3.5 B (week 5)

Analyze, make inferences and draw conclusions about theme and genre and provide evidence to support.

A-Paraphrase the themes and supporting details of fables, myths, legends, stories

B-Compare and contrast settings in myths and traditional folktales.

Writing TEKS 3.17 A-E (ongoing) 3.22 A, B, C, 3.23 A-D

Personal Narrative. Writing Process, parts of speech, sentences, handwriting, grammar, punctuation, capitalization.

This is very class/student specific.

Complete Sentences "Subjects and Predicates" "Subject and Predicate" by Melissa

Social Studies TEKS 3.10 A,B, 3.1 B, C

Government. The student understands important ideas in historical documents at

various levels of government. The student is expected to:

(A) identify the purposes of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, including the Bill of Rights; and

(B) describe and explain the importance of the concept of “consent of the governed” as it relates to the functions of local, state, and national government.

(1) History. The student understands how individuals, events, and ideas have influenced the history of various communities. The student is expected to:

(B) identify individuals, including and Benjamin Franklin, who have helped to shape communities; and

(C) describe how individuals, including the Founding Fathers have contributed to the expansion of existing communities or to the creation of new communities.
Week 5 -The articles below go with the Science TEKS that the kids have been studying. (just a thought)
These 2 articles below can be used with the Social Studies TEKS.

Achieve 3000 Lesson Documentation

TLW: Model the 5 Steps of Achieve3000

Before Reading Poll/Article: (Title)

Social Studies TEKS:______

Reading TEKS: ______

Explain to students that before every lesson, there will be a Before Reading Poll they must complete. Students will have to read a question, choose an answer, and explain (in writing) why they feel that way.

Then model how to read the article.

Explain to students that their articles will be based on their lexile level, so it may look different than their friend’s article.

Model the strategy of highlighting important keywords and information

Social Studies

TEKS: 3.2A


Content Obj.:

TLW learn how to use the lessons in Achieve 3000 about reasons why people have formed communities.

Language Obj.: TLW use formal English from article in Achieve 3000 to respond to questions and article.

Guided Practice:

*Guide students on how to use Achieve 3000 articles. Work as whole group.

*Read through article and do activities.

Independent Practice: SW practice login in and follow through whole group instruction.

Evaluation: Teacher Observation

Materials: Achieve 3000 (name of article)