Kindergarten CPC

Planning Sessions for the 3rd Grading Period

Data Sheets

  • Let's look at the new data sheet.
  • Make sure everyone is clear on what to enter.

Long Range Plan

  • Finish long range plan for phonics and social studies

Reading Genre: Fiction

TEKS:

K.8A retell a main event from a story read aloud

K.8B describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions


Vocabulary:


  • characters
  • setting
  • problem
  • solution
  • author/illustrator



Question Stems:


  • How does ___ feel about ____?
  • Why did ____ want to ____?
  • What happened before ___ did ____?
  • After ___ did____ what happened?

Phonics/Phonemic Awareness

English:

K.2F blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (e.g. onset /c/ and rime /at/ to make cat)


*How would you feel about doing a weekly word sort?


Week One:

  • Word Family--> -at
  • Sight Words--> list 2


Week Two:

  • Word Family--> -ap
  • Sight Words--> list 2


Spanish:

Week 1: silabas with b

Wek 2: silabas with g

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Writing: Personal Narrative

TEKS:

K.18 write literary texts to express their ideas and feelings about events

K.18A write stories with a beginning, middle, and end


Daily Edit:

  • Display on smartboard.
  • Have a sentence already written with mistakes.
  • Sentences should be very simple.
  • Things to include in your sentence-->sight words, simple CVC words you are focusing on,
  • What to fix-->capitalization, spaces, periods, misspelled sight words or phonics words

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Narrative Writing

  • Brainstorm an event on a circle map
  • Students create a circle map for their B, M, E
  • B-->who they were with and where they went
  • M-->what they did
  • E-->how they felt

Weeks Three and Four: 1/18-1/22 and 1/25-1/29

Expository: Informational Text

K.10 (A) identify the topic and details in expository text heard or read, referring to the words and/or illustrations

K.10 (B) retell important facts in a text, heard or read

K.10 (D) use titles and illustrations to make predictions

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We will also introduce and explain a few text features...

  • Title
  • Photographs

Students will be making predictions...

  • about what they will learn about on that page
  • and why they think that (because of a photograph, title, etc...)

Look at Smartboard Activities for Predictions

Phonics/Phonemic Awareness

English:

K.2F blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (e.g. onset /c/ and rime /at/ to make cat)


*How would you feel about doing a weekly word sort?


Week 3:

  • Word Family--> -am


Week 4:

  • Word Family--> -an


Spanish:

Week 3: silabas with j

Wek 4: silabas with r

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Writing

Expository

TEKS:

K.15A dictate or write information for lists, captions, or invitations


Ideas:


  • What if we made a book about whatever topic we are reading about? We can use pictures from the book for the students to come up with their own sentences about each picture. They would be writing a "caption" for the picture.


Daily Edit:


  • How is it going?
  • Does anyone need help in writing/coming up with sentences?
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Social Studies

Please make sure you are displaying anchor charts and student work on your Social Studies board.

Week Three: There are things people want and need at school.

Vocabulary:


  • wants
  • needs
  • decisions


Pearson Online:


**Look at the actual lessons and discuss what that looks like for the week.


  • Chapter 2 Lesson 1
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There are LOTS of smartboard activities for Wants and Needs.

Week Four: Jobs at home and school help people get things done.

Vocabulary:
  • jobs
  • needs


Unit Question:

  • What might happen if nobody had jobs at home or at school?


Pearson Online:


  • Chapter 2-Lesson 2 and 4
HARRY THE DIRTY DOG Children's Audio Book Read Aloud, written by Gene Zion

Weeks Five and Six: 2/1-2/5 and 2/8-2/12

100th Day is February 4th!

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Reading Genre: Fiction

TEKS:

K.8A retell a main event from a story read aloud

Fig 19B ask and respond to questions from a text


Vocabulary:

  • retelling
  • questions
  • fiction


Question Words:

  • Who?
  • What?
  • When?
  • Why?
  • Where?
  • Which?
  • Could?
  • DId?
  • Do?
  • How?


Before, During and After Questions: Promoting Reading Comprehension and Critical Thinking

Ideas for books...

Phoncics/Phonemic Awareness

English:

K.2F blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (e.g. onset /c/ and rime /at/ to make cat)


How are you able to tell if your students are mastering this skill/word family?


Week 5:

  • Word Family--> -ay

Week 6:

  • Word Family--> -op


Spanish:

Week 5: silabas with "ch"

Wek 6: silabas with "ll"

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Writing

TEKS:

K.15A dictate or write information for lists, captions, or invitations


Daily Edit:

  • How is it going? Has everyone gotten started?
  • Why is it important for students?

Ideas...

  1. You could read an expository book or watch a video about Valentine's Day to build their schema.
  2. You can brainstorm all the words that make you think of Valentine's Day in a circle map.
  3. The students can then make a list of 5-10 words and then create a poem.


Valentine's Day is _______________.

Valentine's Day is _______________.

OR

I see ____________ on Valentine's Day

I feel __________ on Valentine's Day.

I hear _________ on Valentine's Day.

I taste _______ on Valentine's Day.

I smell _______ on Valentine's Day.


OR

  1. You can do an acrostic poem with words like VALENTINE, HEART, LOVE, FRIENDS.
  2. Each day you brainstorm words that start with that letter that remind you of Valentine's Day.
  3. The students create an acrostic poem.

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Social Studies

Week 5 and 6: People from our past, including George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, helped shape our state and nation.

  • Why is it important to remember people and events from the past?

  • How would our lives be different without the contributions of _______?

Biography of George Washington for Kids: Meet the American President - FreeSchool
Biography of Abraham Lincoln for Kids: Meet the American President for Kids - FreeSchool

Weeks Seven and Eight: 2/15-2/19 and 2/22-2/26

Walkthroughs 2/23

Twitter Time

Here are a few leaders to follow on Twitter: (Some of my Favorites!)


  • @LiteracySpeaks
  • @Stephharvey49
  • @KinderLessons
  • @RWTnow
  • @BookCreatorApp

Reading CCA

  • Look at last year's CCA.
  • Discuss questions
  • Decide which ones we want to use and if we want to add questions for specific skills

Reading Genre: Expository/Research

TEKS:

  • K.19 (A) ask questions about topics of class-wide interest
  • K.19 (B) decide what sources or people in the classroom, school, library, or home can answer these questions.
  • K.20 (A) gather evidence from provided text sources


Resources for Information

Smartboard Lessons for Texas Symbols

A Kindergarten Class used Explain Everything to make a book about Texas symbols.

All about Texas in Kindergarten

Phonics/Phonemic Awareness

English:

K.2F blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (e.g. onset /c/ and rime /at/ to make cat)


Week 7:

  • Word Family--> -ot

Week 8:

  • Word Family--> -og


How are students doing with sight words? How are you teaching them?


Spanish:

Week 7: silabas with y

Wek 8: silabas with h

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Classic Sesame Street - The OP Family Song
Make a word with og| og word Family | og Rhyming words

Writing

Daily Edit

  • Watch videos from Mendez/Martinez
  • Share thoughts
  • Questions to think about: What did you notice? What are your thoughts? Any questions?

Expository/Research

TEKS:

K.15A dictate or write information for lists, captions, or invitations

Social Studies

Week 7 : People and events from the past helped shape our state and nation. (Black History Month)

Unit Questions:



  • Why is it important to remember people and events from the past?
  • How would our lives be different without the contributions of ______________?
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Ruby Bridges on PebbleGo

Week 8: People from the past including Stephen F. Austin and Jose Antonio Navarro helped shape our state and nation.

Unit Questions:



  • Why is it important to remember people and events from the past?
  • How would our lives be different without the contributions of ______________?

Connect Stephen and Jose when talking about Texas Symbols

Make time for creating anchor charts!

Daily Edit Videos Next Time

Planning for Weeks Nine and Ten: 2/29-3/4 and 3/7-3/11

Long Range Planning

  • When can we meet next week to do our long range for THE LAST GRADING PERIOD!

I-Station Assessments

  • Testing your Tier 2 and Tier 3 students in the classroom on the 1st and 2nd day of the month.

I-Station Usage

  • Look at data.
  • Share I-Station Predictions on Passing STAAR
  • Talk about usage-->Kids need to be getting on as much as possible.
  • Tier 1--> 30 minutes per week
  • Tier 2 --> 60 minutes per week
  • Tier 3 --> 90 minutes per week

Reading Genre: Fiction

TEKS:

K.8A retell a main event from a story read aloud

(retell beginning, middle, and end)


Vocabulary:

  • characters
  • setting
  • problem
  • solution
  • author/illustrator
  • beginning
  • middle
  • end


Question Stems:

  • What happened in the beginning of the story?
  • What happened in the middle of the story?
  • What happened in the end of the story?
  • Who are the characters? What is the setting?
  • What is the problem? What is the solution?
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Phonics

English:

K.2F blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (e.g. onset /c/ and rime /at/ to make cat)


Week 9:

  • Word Family--> it

Week 10:

  • Word Family-->in


Spanish:

Week 9: silabas with rr

Wek 10: silabas with ñ

Writing

TEKS:

K.18A write brief stories that include a beginning, middle, and end

Kinder Personal Narrative part 1
Kinder Personal Narrative part 2

Social Studies

Week 9: A neighborhood is a place where people live, work, and play.

Unit Questions:


  • Why do people form communities?
  • Would it be better to live alone?



TEKS:


(5) Geography. The student understands physical and human characteristics of place. The student is expected to:

(A) identify the physical characteristics of place such as landforms, bodies of water, natural resources, and weather;

Pearson Resources: Chapter 3 Chapter Opener

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Chapter Three: Lesson 1 and 2

Week Ten: Different neighborhoods have different characteristics. Maps, globes, and other tools help people locate places around the neighborhood.

Unit Questions:

  • Do all neighborhoods look like my neighborhood?
  • Do we really need maps and globes? Why or why not?


TEKS:

(4) Geography. The student understands the concept of location. The student is expected to:

(A) use terms, including over, under, near, far, left, and right, to describe relative location;

(C) identify tools that aid in determining location, including maps and globes.

5) Geography. The student understands physical and human characteristics of place. The student is expected to:

(A) identify the physical characteristics of place such as landforms, bodies of water, natural resources, and weather; and

(B) identify how the human characteristics of place such as ways of earning a living, shelter, clothing, food, and activities are based upon geographic location.

Map Games