Kindergarten

CPC First Nine Weeks

Planning for 9/21-9/25 and 9/28-10/2 (Weeks 5 and 6)

BOY Testing

  • MGLS- Due Date
  • Schedule for coverage w/ Grimaldo
  • Look at phonemic awareness concepts and decide which ones to focus on for the beginning of the year.

Reading Genre: Expository

K.10A identify the topic and details in expository text

K.10B retell important facts

K.10D use titles and illustrations to make predictions


Vocab:

-non-fiction

-topic

-photographs

-title

-predictions

Another example of an anchor chart to review, "What is fiction?" and "What is nonfiction?"

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Resources for text...

Rocks and Las Rocas on Capstone:

http://www.mycapstonelibrary.com/menu/#/bookshelf/textsearch/search_keywords=rocks


Books about seasons:

http://www.mycapstonelibrary.com/menu/#/bookshelf


Look at books that are checked out...

Technology Ideas...

Popplet example--> http://www.popplet.com/app/#/2635949


Smartboard:


  • You can make a circle map with the topic in the middle and the students can give details from the text.
  • You could also make a tree map. THe title would be the name of the text and the categories would be "photograph" and "I predict..."

Phonics/Phonological Awareness

TEKS and Focus...

English-->K.3A identify the common sounds that letters represent


Week 5--> Jj and Pp (can) Week 6-->Hh and Dd (my)


Spanish-->K.2F blend spoken phonemes to form syllables and words

K.2G isolate the initial syllabic sound in spoken words


Week 5-->Syllables with "P" Week 6-->Syllabes with "S"

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You could have this same activity posted on the smartboard and students could manipulate the letters to create the syllables.

Resources...


  • Look in the common folder for Smartboard activities.


Poetry/Shared Reading

Ideas for our routine...

Monday-->

  • Introduce the poem.
  • TTW read once.
  • TTW and TLW read together.
  • TLW identify what the poem is about and anything else they notice.
  • TTW and TLW read the poem one more time to build fluency.
  • TLW put the poem in their poetry folder

Tuesday-->

  • TTW and TLW read the poem.
  • TLW highlight letters from the poem.
  • TLW identify rhyming words.
  • TTW and TLW read the poem again for fluency.

Wednesday-->

  • TTW and TLW read the poem.
  • TLW highlight sight words.
  • TLW identify rhyming words.
  • TTW and TLW read the poem again for fluency.

Thursday-->

  • TTW and TLW read the poem.
  • TLW highlight letters, count letters in a word, identify beginning and ending sounds.
  • TTW and TLW read the poem for fluency.

Friday-->

  • TTW and TLW read the poem for fun and with rhythm.
  • TLW illustrate the poem

Writing

TEKS...

K.14A dictate to tell a story and put sentences in order

Write from the Beginning...


  • · Read page 10 and discuss.
  • · Briefly go over “How to Model”-pages 17-18
  • · Read together each part on pages 18-20
  • · Read the *Note on page 20
  • · Stages of Print Development-page 28
  • · Rubrics page 30-32
  • · Guiding instruction using rubrics and mini-lessons page 33-35

Ideas...

  • Read "The Best Story" to model what good stories have.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdBzb2tg930
  • Have the students retell what good stories have in them. (Story ends with the best stories come from our heart.
  • Have the students choose a topic from their heart map and write about it.

YouTube Video Modeling Narrative Writing in the beginning of Kinder

Mini-Lesson Ideas:

Social Studies

Unit of Understanding...

Week 5--> Rules at home and at school provide order, security, safety, and fairness for everyone.



Week 6--> A community is a place where people live, work, and play, Different communities, such as homes and schools, have different physical characteristics.

Planning for 10/5-10/9 and 10/12-10/16 (Weeks 7 & 8)

Small Groups


  • Starting 9/28-->Are we good with this?
  • How is testing going?
  • Does anyone need help with making groups or getting started?

PLC schedule...

  • 60 minutes reading
  • 60 minutes math
  • 30 minutes science
  • 45 minutes writing
  • No 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:

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

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Technology Ideas...

Smartboard:
  • Make a flow map using pictures from the text to retell the main events from the story.


Popplet:


Chatterpix:

  • Use a picture of a character and the students can share how that character is feeling and why.

Phonics and Phonemic Awareness

TEKS and Focus...

English-->K.3A identify the common sounds that letters represent


Week 5--> Cc and Aa (the) Week 6-->Tt and Ee (it)


Spanish-->K.2F blend spoken phonemes to form syllables and words

K.2G isolate the initial syllabic sound in spoken words


Week 5-->Syllables with "L" Week 6-->Syllabes with "T"

Our Routine...

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday-->Phonics

Tuesday and Thursday-->Phonemic Awareness


Monday-->Review all letters/sounds/and sight words. Introduce new letters and sounds and letter formation. Circle map to brainstorm words with beginning sounds.

Tuesday-->counting syllables, ending sounds, rhyming and non-rhyming, counting words in a sentence, identifying letters, words, and sentences

Wednesday-->Review all letters/sounds and sight words. Introduce new letters and sounds and letter formation. Circle map to brainstorm words with beginning sounds.

Thursday-->counting syllables, ending sounds, rhyming and non-rhyming, counting words in a sentence, identifying letters, words, and sentences

Friday-->Sort beginning sounds/syllables. Review

Writing

TEKS...

K.14A dictate to tell a story and put sentences in order


*Did anyone watch the video from last week planning?

*Do you want to watch now if we have time?

Mini-Lessons

Social Studies

Unit of Understanding...

Week 7-->People and events from the past have helped change our community. (Columbus Day)
Muffin Stories - Christopher Columbus
Week 8-->People and events from the past have helped change our community. (Hispanic Heritage Month-Carmen Lomas Garza)



  • You could read about Carmen and look at her different artworks.
  • Talk about what you notice from the artwork.
  • Students could create their own piece of artwork like Carmen's.