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    Teacher  

      Ms. Allen, Mrs. Brown, Ms. Heien 

    Grade 

        Kindergarten 

    Subject 

        ELA 

    Week of 

        28 Sep  2 Oct 2020 

    Topic/Title 

        Virtual Learning Overview for Reading / Writing  

     

     

    Lesson/Topic 

    Lesson Target/Objective  

    Synchronous/Live Instruction  

    Asynchronous Playlist  

    Assessment/Performance Task  

    Due Date 

    Skills Strand 

    Unit 1, Blending Pretest           (28 Sep 2020) 

    Pg. 29 

    -Student will be able to segment spoken sounds into words  

     

     -Teacher will meet with students 1:1 to administer test 

     

    -Remaining students will work independently to complete writing tasks (reviewed by teacher prior to testing). 

     

    -ABC Phonics Song 

     

    -Starfall 

     

    -Letter Writing Practice 

     

    -Name Writing Practice 

     

    -Sound Sheet  

     Before logging off - High Five using right hand 

     

     28 Sep 20 

     

     

    Skills Strand 

    Unit 1, 

     Blending Pretest            

    (29 Sep 2020) 

    Pg. 29 

    --Student will be able to segment spoken sounds into words  

       

    --Teacher will meet with students 1:1 to administer test 

     

    -Remaining students will work independently to complete writing tasks (reviewed by teacher prior to testing). 

     

    -ABC Phonics Song 

     

    -Starfall 

     

    -Letter Writing Practice 

     

    -Name Writing Practice 

     

    -Sound Sheet  

     Before logging off - High Five using right hand 

     

    29 Sep 20 

    Nursery Rhymes 

    Lesson 3A 

    (30 Sep 2020) 

    Pg. 35 

    -Students will be able to identify the main character in the story – Jack. 

    -Students will be able to retell events in the story (sequencing). 

    -Jack Be Nimble 

     

    -What Do We Know? 

     

    -Vocabulary 

     

    -Present the Read-Aloud 

     

    -Discuss the Read-Aloud 

             Comprehension Questions 

              Dramatizing 

    -Log on to Reading A-Z 

     

    -Listen to a story (students choice) 

     

    -Complete test for book 

     

    -Complete the reading response 

     

     Before logging off  Tell me a word that rhymes with my word.. 

    30 Sep 20 

    Nursery Rhymes Lesson 3A   

    (1 Oct 2020) 

    Pg. 41 

    -With prompting and support dramatize the nursery rhyme 

    -Retell the parts of the poem (sequencing) 

    -Recite Little Jack Horner 

    -Introduce Little Jack Horner 

     

    -Presenting the Read Aloud 

     

    --Discuss the Read-Aloud 

             Comprehension Questions 

             Dramatizing 

    -Log on to Reading A-Z 

     

    -Listen to a story (students choice) 

     

    -Complete test for book 

     

    -Complete the reading response 

     

     Before logging off  Tell me a word that rhymes with my word. 

    1 Oct 20 

    Lesson 3 Closure 

    (30 Oct 2020) 

    -Students will be able to tell which poem he/she liked best and why. 

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    -Review Poetry 

     

    -Reading Response 

        Complete Reading Response   

        (Opinion) – which poem did you  

        like the best? 

     

     

    -Complete Reading Response 

     

    -Complete all ELA Assignments 

     Before logging off  Tell me one way you have been a problem solver this school year. 

    2 Oct 20 

     

     

     

     

    Weekly Standards 

    Monday 

    Tuesday 

    Wednesday 

    Thursday 

    Friday 

    Enter the whole standard not just the numbers 

    RF.K.2 Segment spoken sounds into words by counting fingers. 

     

    RF.K.1a Establish bodily and spatial awareness by moving an object to various positions around the body. 

    L.K.1e   Use spatial words while practicing writing strokes in the air and on paper. 

    L.K.1a   Hold a writing utensil with a tripod (or pincer) grip and make marks on paper using small crayons. 

     

    RL.K.2 With prompting and support dramatize the nursery rhyme. 

    RL.K.2 With prompting and support dramatize the nursery rhyme. 

     

    Explain the reason for opinion 

     

    ACADEMIC 

    VOCABULARY WORDS FOR THE WEEK  

    plum               

    candlestick 

    plum  

     

     

    Dewey International Studies  – Weekly Virtual Learning Planner 

     

    Teacher  

    Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Allen, & Ms. Heien 

    Grade 

    Kg  

    Subject 

    Math  

    Week of 

    September 28- Oct. 1 

    Topic/Title 

    Topic 1: Numbers 0-5 

     

     

    Lesson/Topic 

    Lesson Target/Objective  

    Synchronous: Live Instruction with the teacher 

    Asynchronous Playlist: Independent Student Work Time 

    Assessment/Performance Task  

    Due Date 

    Day and date 

    September 28 

     Students will be able to make ways to show 5.  

    Draw a picture that represent each number. Then count the number of objects under each number 

     Savvasrealize.com 

     

    I can show the number 5 

    Quick Checks 1-9 

    September 28 

    Day and date  

    September 29 

    Students will be able to count up to the number 5 

    Draw a picture that shows a different way to represent each number 

    Savvasrealize.com 

     

    I can show the number5 

    Quick Checks 1-10 

    September 29 

     

    Day and date 

    September 30 

    Students will be able to use math to explain what you know about counting.  

    Read and write the number 0 

    Savvasrealize.com 

    I can read and write the number  

    Counting 1-5    

    Quick Checks 1-11 

    September 30 

    Day and date 

    September 31 

    Students will be able to Read, write and count objects.  

    Read and write the number 0 

    Savvasrealize.com  

    I can read and write the number  

    Review/Reteach 

    September 31 

    Day and date 

    October 1 

    Students will be able to show ways to represent numbers 0-5 

    Draw a picture that shows a different way to represent 5 

    Savvasrealize.com  

    I can show the number  

     Counting 1-5    

    Test 

    October 1 

     

     

    Weekly Standards 

    Monday 

    Tuesday 

    Wednesday 

    Thursday 

    Friday 

    Enter the whole standard not just the numbers 

    K.OA.A.3, K.CC.B.4 

    Decompose numbers less fthan or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, eg, by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5=2+3 and 5= 4 +1) 

    K.CC.B.4c, K.CC.B.4a 

    Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.  

    K.CC.B.4.aK.CC.4b, K.CC.B.5 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality. When counting objects, say the number name sin the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object. Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way e.g. by using objects or drawings and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (5=2+3 and 5=4+1) 

    K.CC.B.4.aK.CC.4b, K.CC.B.5 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality. When counting objects, say the number name sin the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object. Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way e.g. by using objects or drawings and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (5=2+3 and 5=4+1) 

    K.CC.B.4.aK.CC.4b, K.CC.B.5 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality. When counting objects, say the number name sin the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object. Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way e.g. by using objects or drawings and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (5=2+3 and 5=4+1) 

     

    Focus Vocabulary Words for the week 

    Count, one, two, three, four, and five 

     

     

     

    Dewey International Studies  – Weekly Virtual Learning Planner

     

    Teacher

    Brown, Allen, Heien

    Grade

    KG

    Subject

    Science/SS

    Week of

    9/21-9/25

    Topic/Title

     

     

     

    Lesson/Topic

    Lesson Target/Objective

    Synchronous: Live Instruction with the teacher

    Asynchronous Playlist: Independent Student Work Time

    Assessment/Performance Task

    Due Date

    Monday

    9/21- Science

     I can name a physical property.  

    I can make observations about the physical properties of objects. 

    I can describe an object using its physical properties.   

    I can identify objects using their physical properties. 

     

    We can sort/classify objects

     

    Complete sort together.

     

    Video: sorting

    Video: classify physical attributes.

     

     

    Have students collect materials from home/classroom and sort/classify

     

     

    Household sort assignment

    9/21

    Tuesday

    9/15- Social Studies

    I can identify the flag as a symbol of the US

    . Read The Pledge of Allegiance aloud to the class. Use the illustrations in the book to help foster discussions over the meaning of the words in the pledge.

    Give students opportunity to practice the pledge. When doing this, teach the students that the expectation of saying the “Pledge of Allegiance” is to stand, face the flag, place their right hand over their heart, and recite the words. 

     Discuss the meaning of a pledge. Ask students to brainstorm why we pledge, make a promise to the flag, a symbol of our country. Give students opportunity to practice the pledge. 

    Play

     

     

    Pledge of Allegiance video

     

    Pledge video

     

    https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Pledge-of-Allegiance-Freebie-cut-paste-color-write-1036047

     

    Make your own flag

     

    9/22

    Wednesday

    9/16- Science

    I can name a physical property.  

    I can make observations about the physical properties of objects. 

    I can describe an object using its physical properties.   

    I can identify objects using their physical properties. 

    I can compare the physical properties of objects. 

     

    We can divide items into groups based on what they look like.

     

    Gather items and ask students to sort them. Ask which one does not belong, and explain why

    5 senses writing prompt.

    I can see:

    I can hear:

    I can taste a

    I can touch a

    I can feel a

     

    Students can choose 1, include  physical property.

    Writing/picture

    9/23

    Thursday

    9/17- Social Studies

    I can learn the pledge of allegiance

    Introduce Statue of Liberty as a symbol

    Practice Pledge

    Practice pledge

     

    Statue of Liberty

     Practice pledge of allegiance- listen to videos assigned.

    9/24

    Friday

    No class- science

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    9/25

     

     

    Weekly Standards

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Enter the whole standard not just the numbers

    K.PS1.A.1: Make qualitative observations of the physical properties of objects (i.e., size, shape, color, mass).

    Social Studies-●● K.PC.1.F.a Identify the flag as a symbol of our nation. ● K.PC.1.F.b Recite the Pledge of Allegiance 

     K.H.3.C Describe the contributions of people typically studied in K-5 programs associated with national holidays such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Squanto, etc. ● K.TS.7.D Share findings about a top.

    K.PS1.A.1: Make qualitative observations of the physical properties of objects (i.e., size, shape, color, mass).

    Social Studies-●● K.PC.1.F.a Identify the flag as a symbol of our nation. ● K.PC.1.F.b Recite the Pledge of Allegiance 

     K.H.3.C Describe the contributions of people typically studied in K-5 programs associated with national holidays such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Squanto, etc. ● K.TS.7.D Share findings about a top.

    K.PS1.A.1: Make qualitative observations of the physical properties of objects (i.e., size, shape, color, mass).

     

    Academic  Vocabulary Words for the week

    SS-  Symbol, Flag, Pledge of Allegiance ,Contributions, George Washington,Abraham Lincoln,Nation

     

    Science- Color, Compare, Heavy, Light, Observation, Observe, Object, Physical properties, Shape, Size, Weight

     

     

     

     

    Vision - St. Louis Public Schools is the district of choice for families in the St. Louis region that provides a world-class education and is nationally recognized as a leader in student achievement and teacher quality. 

    Mission - We will provide a quality education for all students and enable them to realize their full intellectual potential. 

     

    Insert School Name – Weekly Virtual Learning Planner 

     

    Teacher  

      Ms. Allen, Mrs. Brown, Ms. Heien 

    Grade 

        Kindergarten 

    Subject 

        ELA 

    Week of 

        21 25 Sep 2020 

    Topic/Title 

        Virtual Learning Overview for Reading / Writing  

    Vision - St. Louis Public Schools is the district of choice for families in the St. Louis region that provides a world-class education and is nationally recognized as a leader in student achievement and teacher quality. 

    Mission - We will provide a quality education for all students and enable them to realize their full intellectual potential. 

     

    Dewey International Studies  – Weekly Virtual Learning Planner 

     

    Teacher  

    Brown, Allen, Heien 

    Grade 

    KG 

    Subject 

    Science/SS 

    Week of 

    9/28-10/2 

    Topic/Title 

     

     

     

    Lesson/Topic 

    Lesson Target/Objective  

    Synchronous: Live Instruction with the teacher 

    Asynchronous Playlist: Independent Student Work Time 

    Assessment/Performance Task  

    Due Date 

    Monday 

    9/28- Science 

    • I can plan and conduct an investigation with my classmates using help from my teacher 
    • I canexplainthat things can move, and that whenthey do, they are in motion 
    • I can identifyvarious types of motion 
    • I can differentiate between a push and pull 
    • I can describethe strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can compare the strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can generalize the impact of a bigger or smaller push or pull   
    • I can predict the impact of objects colliding 

     

    Play Brainpop video for introduction 

    Pushes and Pulls 

      

    Discuss what they will be learning about.  

    Play Pushes and Pulls song 

    Jack Hartman Pushes and Pulls 

     

    Scientists observe the world around them and conduct experiments. Lets be scientists  together. Go to mysci and complete lesson 3 in the force olympics 

     

    And Everyone Shouted, “Pull!” A First Look at Forces & Motion by C. Llewellyn•Oscar  

     

      

     

    Exit Ticket 1 

    9/29 

    Tuesday 

    9/29- Social Studies 

    I can tell the difference between needs and wants. 

    I can sort items into the categories of needs and wants 

    One way to do this. . . Introduce the vocabulary of aneed and a want with an interactive slideshow. With each picture, ask students to identify if the item is a need or want using hand signals, pair share or other interactive strategies. After the slideshow, describe what a need is (something we must have to survive or live) and what a want is (something nice or fun to have, but we can live without it). Then make a chart of things that are needs and things that are wants. Discuss the differences between the two.  

     

     

    Practice Pledge 

    Needs and wants sort 

     

    9/30 

    Wednesday 

    9/30-Science 

    • I can plan and conduct an investigation with my classmates using help from my teacher 
    • I canexplainthat things can move, and that whenthey do, they are in motion 
    • I can identifyvarious types of motion 
    • I can differentiate between a push and pull 
    • I can describethe strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can compare the strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can generalize the impact of a bigger or smaller push or pull   
    • I can predict the impact of objects colliding 

     

    Play - Push and pull song 

    MySCI force Olympics 4 

    MySci work 

    Exit ticket 2 

    10/1 

    Thursday 

    10/1- Social Studies 

    I can tell the difference between needs and wants. 

    I can sort items into the categories of needs and want 

    Start out with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

     

    ● Another way to do this. . . Read (or show the video) The Berenstain Bears Get the Gimmies, discuss why Mama Bear wanted the cubs to change their habits. Relate the actions of the bear family to events in their home (for example, eat your dinner before eating dessert). Ask students to  tell why these habits are important in relation to needs and wants 

     

    Practice pledge 

     

     

     Needs and wants at dinner! 

    10/2 

    Friday10/2 

    Science 

    • I can plan and conduct an investigation with my classmates using help from my teacher 
    • I canexplainthat things can move, and that whenthey do, they are in motion 
    • I can identifyvarious types of motion 
    • I can differentiate between a push and pull 
    • I can describethe strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can compare the strengths and directions of a push or pull 
    • I can generalize the impact of a bigger or smaller push or pull   
    • I can predict the impact of objects colliding 

     

      

    The Cricket: A Book About Moving & Rolling by G. Waring 

    Read Aloud 

     

    MySCI: Force Olympics 5 

     

     

    MySci work 

     

    10/3 

     

     

    Weekly Standards 

    Monday 

    Tuesday 

    Wednesday 

    Thursday 

    Friday 

    Enter the whole standard not just the numbers 

    K.PS2.A.1Plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object.. 

    Social Studies-●● K.E.4.A.c Describe examples of needs and wants within your family and school.  ● K.E.4.A.a Describe examples of scarcity within your family and school. ● K.E.4.A.b Describe examples of opportunity cost within your family and school. ● K.TS.7.D Share findings about a topic. ● K.TS.7.E Ask questions and find answers about a topic, with assistance. 

    K.PS2.A.1Plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object. 

    Social Studies-●● K.E.4.A.c Describe examples of needs and wants within your family and school.   

    ● K.E.4.A.a Describe examples of scarcity within your family and school. ● K.E.4.A.b Describe examples of opportunity cost within your family and school. ● K.TS.7.D Share findings about a topic. ● K.TS.7.E Ask questions and find answers about a topic, with assistance. 

     

    K.PS2.A.1Plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object. 

     

    Academic  Vocabulary Words for the week 

    SS-  :  Scarcity,Shortages,Opportunity cost,Needs,and wants 

    Science:  Observe, PushPullCompareObjectDirectionStrengthImpactMotion 

     

     


     

     

     

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