__This week in literacy students will__:-Use elements (line, stanza, repetition, rhymes, and alliteration) found in poetry to help comprehension of text.

__Previous Quarter 4 skills:__

-Identify how steps found in directions/instructions or paragraphs in a text are connected. Students are responsible for identifying the main idea of each section and then identify, by using details from the text, how the two steps/paragraphs are connected.

-read a fable and identify the moral of the story

-write a summary of a story ----see below....

**somebody**(Who is the main character?)

**wanted**(What did the main character want?)

**but**(What was the problem?

**so**(How did the character try to solve the problem?)

**then**(What was the resolution to the story?)-identify the author's purpose and beliefs with evidence.

-identify the author's purpose and identify evidence in the text that supports the author's belief.

__Previous Quarter 3 reading skills:__

-Compare and contrast different versions from Cinderella's from around the world

-understand how prefixes and suffixes change the meaning of word

-identify the character's feelings in the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Students are also responsible for identify key details from the text to support their thinking.

-Read with expression using knowledge gained about the reader's feelings and actions throughout the story.

__Writer's Workshop:__-writing a realistic fiction story that includes character's feelings, actions, and thoughts

**Students will focus on the following skills this week**:

-collect, analyze, and interpret data found in a line plot.

__Previous skills:__

Quarter 4:

-use an appropriate tool to measure the length or width of an object

-Understand when to use a particular unit of measurement (inch, foot, or yard) or (centimeter or meter)

-Compare the difference in length between two objects-partition a shape into equal regions (halves, thirds, fourths)

https://learnzillion.com/lessons/3500-solve a variety of types of story problems.

**Quarter 3**

Explain addition using place value

Adding 3 digits

Explain subtraction as an unknown addend

Explain subtraction using place value-Use mental math to add 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, or 100 less from numbers up to 1,000.

-Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles, vertices, edges, sets of parallel lines, or a given number of equal faces.

- Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

-Build arrays using given information describing the rows and columns.

-Add up to

**four**2 digit numbers.

__Previous skills:__

**Quarter 2**

-Using coins to solve story problems

-Telling and writing time to the nearest 5 minutes

-Solve story problems using subtraction and addition

-subtracting double digit numbers

Expanded method for 2-digit subtraction

Place value strategy for 2-digit subtraction

2-digit subtraction using a number line

2-digit subtraction using a hundreds board

-Adding double digit numbers using a variety of methods

The goal is to be able to independently apply two strategies when solving 2 digit addition!

Make a Ten strategy

Addition with a Hundreds Board

Addition with a Number line

Addition using the Expanded Method

Place value strategy for 2-digit addition

Show all totals method for 2-digit addition

Quarter 1:

-use place value draw a proof drawing

-use patterns and skip counting to complete a 200 chart

(click the skill to view a video)

-pairing objects to determine if a number is even or odd

-representing a number using place value

-write a number in expanded form

solve the following types of story problems:

-change plus and change minus

-comparison

-collection

-Mixed Review of the three types listed above

-two step story problems

Counting on Strategy

Making a Ten Strategy

SEE BELOW for "Evidence" of the make a ten strategy

**Students will focus on the following skills this week**:

-collect, analyze, and interpret data found in a line plot.

__Previous skills:__

Quarter 4:

-use an appropriate tool to measure the length or width of an object

-Understand when to use a particular unit of measurement (inch, foot, or yard) or (centimeter or meter)

-Compare the difference in length between two objects-partition a shape into equal regions (halves, thirds, fourths)

https://learnzillion.com/lessons/3500-solve a variety of types of story problems.

**Quarter 3**

Explain addition using place value

Adding 3 digits

Explain subtraction as an unknown addend

Explain subtraction using place value-Use mental math to add 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, or 100 less from numbers up to 1,000.

-Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles, vertices, edges, sets of parallel lines, or a given number of equal faces.

- Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

-Build arrays using given information describing the rows and columns.

-Add up to

**four**2 digit numbers.

__Previous skills:__

**Quarter 2**

-Using coins to solve story problems

-Telling and writing time to the nearest 5 minutes

-Solve story problems using subtraction and addition

-subtracting double digit numbers

Expanded method for 2-digit subtraction

Place value strategy for 2-digit subtraction

2-digit subtraction using a number line

2-digit subtraction using a hundreds board

-Adding double digit numbers using a variety of methods

The goal is to be able to independently apply two strategies when solving 2 digit addition!

Make a Ten strategy

Addition with a Hundreds Board

Addition with a Number line

Addition using the Expanded Method

Place value strategy for 2-digit addition

Show all totals method for 2-digit addition

Quarter 1:

-use place value draw a proof drawing

-use patterns and skip counting to complete a 200 chart

(click the skill to view a video)

-pairing objects to determine if a number is even or odd

-representing a number using place value

-write a number in expanded form

solve the following types of story problems:

-change plus and change minus

-comparison

-collection

-Mixed Review of the three types listed above

-two step story problems

Counting on Strategy

Making a Ten Strategy

SEE BELOW for "Evidence" of the make a ten strategy