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Kdg

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CONTENT

TITLE OF UNIT

LESSON TITLE

Language Arts, Reading,


Math
Science, Social Studies

Nursery rhymes

Little Be Nimble
Jack and Jill
Little Jack Horner

DURATIO
N
5 days

Academic

DATE

November 16-20

SEQUENCE: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES/LESSON ACTIVITY

Unit 4

RF..1b, 2d,
3a, b
SL.6
L.K.1a, e,
2c

Monday
Review

Tuesday
Lesson 6

Wednesday
Lesson 7

Thursday
Lesson 8

Friday
Lesson 9

READ ALOUD
Sight words:
I, a, at, it, and, on,
in
Big flipbook
Interactive
notebook:
I love mom and
dad.
Sit on it.

READ ALOUD
Sight words:
I, a, at, it, and, on, in
Big flipbook
Interactive notebook:
I love mom and dad.
Sit on it.

READ ALOUD
Sight words:
I, a, at, it, and, on, in
Big flipbook
Interactive notebook:
It is on a cat.
Sit on a mat

READ ALOUD
Sight words:
I, a, at, it, and, on, in
Big flipbook
Interactive notebook:
It is on a cat.
Sit on a mat

READ ALOUD
Sight words:
I, a, at, it, and, on, in
Big flipbook
Interactive notebook:
I have a dog and a cat.

Finger Segmenting
and Sound/Spelling
Review (if, in, on,
at, mad, vet, cake,
type)
Introducing the
Sound v
Sound off
beginning sounds
(vet, van, vine,
voice)
Sound off ending
sounds (have, give,
love, move)

Finger Segmenting
and Sound/Spelling
Review (if, in, on,
at, mad, vet, cake,
type)
Introducing the
Sound z
Sound off
beginning sounds
(zip, zap, zoom,
zoink)
Sound off ending
sounds (buzz, was,
runs, is)

Finger Segmenting
and Sound/Spelling
Review (toe, high, is,
ape, sit, sat, men,
zip )
Introducing the
Sound p
Sound off beginning
sounds (pat, pull,
pear, plum)
Sound off ending
sounds (drop, sap,
top, sharp)
Tongue Twister (Peter

Finger Segmenting
and Sound/Spelling
Review (toe, high, is,
ape, sit, sat, men,
zip )
Introducing the
Sound e
Sound off beginning
sounds (edge, egg,
elephant, extra)
Sound off middle
sounds (head, wet,
bed, deaf)
Minimal Pairs

Piper picked a peck of


pickled peppers.)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Sounds Review

Review the
Spellings
Interactive
Notebook: Picture
and word match
(can, man, hat, fin,
sit, sad, fan, hog)

Im Thinking of
Something (pizza,
pepper, pig,
pumpkin, pool,
puppy, paper,

pitpet
willwell
sitset
bitbet
pigpeg
wristrest
knitnet
missmess

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Pocket Chart for


Spelling
1. fin > fit > fat >
mat > mad > dad
> sad > had > hid
> hit
2. did > dig > fig >
fog > dog > hog >
hot > dot > not >
nod

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present,

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

petpat
setsat
bedbad
betbat
messmass
metmat
hemham
tentan

Teaching Modeling
writing v
Student Practice in
the air, on a friends
back, the white
board, gel bag, and
playdoh
Meet the Spelling
Interactive Writing
Worksheet

Teaching Modeling
writing z
Student Practice in
the air, on a friends
back, the white
board, gel bag, and
playdoh
Meet the Spelling
Interactive Writing
Worksheet

Teaching Modeling
writing p
Student Practice in
the air, on a friends
back, the white
board, gel bag, and
playdoh
Meet the Spelling
Interactive Writing
Worksheet

Teaching Modeling
writing e
Student Practice in
the air, on a friends
back, the white
board, gel bag, and
playdoh
Meet the Spelling
Interactive Writing
Worksheet

Sister Sounds

Sister Sounds

Pocket Chain for


Chaining

Pocket Chart for


Reading

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

veryfairy
faultvault
vatfat
feelveal
vinefine
fastvast
fewview
vanfan

Pocket Chain for


Chaining

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

zipsip
Suezoo
zapsap
zealseal
zeesee
sitzit
singzing
zincsink

1. fan > fin > fit > pit >


pin > pan > pad > pat >
pot > pop
2. top > tip > tap > nap
> zap > map > mop >
mom

1. net > met > vet > vat >


van > fan > fin > pin > pan
> pad
2. ten > den > men > pen >
pet > pat > fat > fit > pit >
pot

Pocket Chart for


Reading

1. nim > vim > vit > vid >


fid > nid > nin > vin > von
> fon
2. don > dod > fod > hod
> vod > vad > nad > nid >
sid > tid

1. sat > sit > zit > zig >


zag > sag > sad > mad
> dad > did
2. oz > on > in > it >
sit > hit > hot > not >
got > dot

1. van
2. vat

1.
2.
3.
4.

Take-Home
Material

Newly
Decodable
Words
*Dolch or Fry
Sigh Words

oz
zit
zig
zag

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

cap
cop
dip
gap
hip
hop
map
mop
pip

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

den
end*
fed
get*
hem
hen
men*
met

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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

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9. net
10. peg
11. pen
12. pet
13. set*
14. ten*
15. vet

nap
pad
pan
pat
pig
pin
pit
pod
pop
pot
sip
tip
top
zip

Nonsense
Words

SEQUENCE: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES/LESSON ACTIVITY

MATH MODULE
1

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Base 10 (place
value) KNBT 1

6-tens
1-ones (61)
READ ALOUD

6-tens
2-ones (62)
READ ALOUD

6-tens
3-ones (63)
READ ALOUD

6-tens
4-ones (64)
READ ALOUD

6-tens
5-ones (65)
READ ALOUD

Module 1, Lesson 1 9
Abacus Counting to 40,
CC.1
Groups of 6, CC.4b
Sequencing: If Youre
Happy and You Know
It, CC.4d
Peek-a-Boo Flat
Shapes, G.2

Lesson 20
Abacus Counting to
100, CC.1
5-Groups (Count On
from 5) K.CC.2

Lesson 21
Abacus Counting to
100, CC.1
Finger Flashes to 8
K.C.C.5

Interactive notebook
Draw 5 ice cream
cones and one more

Interactive notebook
Draw a necklace using
counters

CC.1, 2, 3, 4a/b, 5

MD.3
OA.1
G.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Fluency
Practice

Application
Problem

Module 1
Abacus Counting to
40, CC.1
5-Groups (Count On
from 5) K.CC.2

Interactive notebook
Draw 5 ice cream
cones and one more

Lesson 22
Abacus Counting to 100,
CC.1
Making 4 with Squares
using straws and
playdoh, K.CC. 4a
10-Group Peek-a-Boo
K.CC.2
1, 2, 3, Stand on 10
K.CC.2

Interactive
notebook Draw
marbles in a circle.
What would happen

Interactive notebook
Draw 2 stacks, 4
blocks each.
Compare your

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if someone gave
another child a
marble?
Using 2 5-group
mats and 10 linking
cubes, and
numbers to 10,
build a tower of 2
different colors
representing the
number shown

drawing with a
friend.

Concept
Development

5 group and more


manipulatives

Using sticks to make


shapes and playdoh
to connect and show
the points

Using 10 counters,
make different
arrangements of 10.

Problem Set

Number 5
interactive folder

Draw the missing


line with my ruler
on the whiteboard

Write numbers 1
through 10 on a
circular motion

Of 8 ladybugs and
rhombus, color 5
one color and the
rest another color
Build 5 circles to
the left and draw
3 more to the
right
Build 5 circles
across and draw 3
more at the
bottom

Draw a pathway of
shapes and label
numbers 1 through
10 explaining your
path to a friend.

What is more?

Modeling shapes

Arrangement and
strategy to 10

Arrangement and
strategy to 8

Arrangement and
strategy to 10

Student Debrief

Spill your bag of 10


objects and show
your friend a
counting path.
Build a pathway
around the edge of
the cup

Exit Ticket
Homework
SEQUENCE: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES/LESSON ACTIVITY

Thanksgiving
Introducing
the ReadAloud

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Jack Be Nimble

Jack Be Nimble

What Do We Know?
(Jump in place)
Purpose for
Listening
(character)
Image Cards

What Do We Know?
(Jump in place)
Purpose for
Listening
(character)
Image Cards

Presenting the
Jack be nimble,
Read-Aloud

Jack be quick,
Jack jump over
The candlestick.

Jack be nimble,
Jack be quick,
Jack jump over
The candlestick.

WEDNESDAY
Review
What Do We Know?
Nursery rhymes

Image Cards
Rose are Red
Ring Around the
Rosie

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Little Jack Horner

Jack and Jill

What Do We Know?
(Jack Be Nimble)
Purpose for
Listening (another
character)
Image Cards

Making Predictions?
(Image Card)
Purpose for Listening (find
out whether or not your
prediction are right)
Image Cards

Little Jack Horner


Sat in a corner,
Eating his Christmas
pie;

Jack and Jill went up the hill


To fetch a pail of water;
Jack fell down and broke his
crown,

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Echo the nursery
rhyme

Discussing the
Read-Aloud

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Echo the nursery
rhyme

Comprehension
Questions

Comprehension
Questions

1. Literal Who is the


nursery rhyme about?
(Jack) [Tell students we
can say the nursery
rhyme is about Jack, or
that Jack is the
character, or the person
the rhyme is talking
about.]
2. Literal What does
Jack jump over? (the
candlestick)
3. Inferential Why does
Jack need to be quick?
(Jumping is a quick
action; he doesnt want
to be seen/caught
jumping over the
candlestick; if the
candle were lit, he
wouldnt want to get
burned)
4. Evaluative Why do
you think Jack jumps
over the candlestick?
(Its fun to jump over
things; he wants to
prove he can)
5. Evaluative Do you
think Jack should jump
over the
candlestick? Why or
why not? (Answers may
vary.) [You may
want to discuss the
danger of jumping over
a fire.]

1. Literal Who is the


nursery rhyme about?
(Jack) [Tell students we
can say the nursery
rhyme is about Jack, or
that Jack is the
character, or the person
the rhyme is talking
about.]
2. Literal What does
Jack jump over? (the
candlestick)
3. Inferential Why does
Jack need to be quick?
(Jumping is a quick
action; he doesnt want
to be seen/caught
jumping over the
candlestick; if the
candle were lit, he
wouldnt want to get
burned)
4. Evaluative Why do
you think Jack jumps
over the candlestick?
(Its fun to jump over
things; he wants to
prove he can)
5. Evaluative Do you
think Jack should jump
over the
candlestick? Why or
why not? (Answers may
vary.) [You may
want to discuss the
danger of jumping over
a fire.]

Think-Pair-Share
What does nimble
mean again?(to move
quickly and easily)

Think-Pair-Share
What does nimble
mean again?(to move
quickly and easily)

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Rain, Rain, Go
Away
Its Raining, Its
Pouring
Jack Be Nimble

He put in his thumb,


And pulled out a
plum,
And said, What a
good boy am I!

Comprehension
Questions
1. Who
2. What
3. When
4. Where
5. Why
Characters

Comprehension
Questions

Comprehension
Questions

1. Literal What is Little


Jack Horner doing in this
nursery rhyme? (sitting
in the corner, eating
pie)
2. Literal What does
Little Jack Horner put in
the pie? (his thumb)
3. Literal What does
Jack find in his pie? (a
plum)
4. Literal What does
Little Jack Horner say?
(What a good boy am
I!)
5. Inferential What kind
of pie do you think he is
eating? (plum pie,
Christmas pie)
6. Evaluative Could the
events of this nursery
rhyme really happen?
(yes) Why? (You can sit
in a corner; you can eat
pie; you can pull out a
plum with your thumb.)

1. Evaluative Were your


predictions about what the
nursery rhyme was about
correct? Why or why not?
(Answers may vary.)
2. Literal Who are the characters
in this nursery rhyme?
Remember, the characters are
who the nursery rhyme is
about. (Jack and Jill)
3. Evaluative What two other
nursery rhymes that weve heard
have a character named Jack?
(Jack Be Nimble, Little Jack
Horner)
4. Literal Where do Jack and Jill
go? (up the hill)
5. Literal Why do they go up the
hill? (to fetch a pail of water)
6. Literal What happens to Jack?
(He falls down and breaks his
crown.)
7. Literal What happens to Jill?
(She comes tumbling down the
hill.)
8. Evaluative Why do you think
Jack falls down? (Answers may
vary.)

And Jill came tumbling after.

Echo the nursery


rhyme

Echo the nursery


rhyme

Think-Pair-Share
Why do you think Jack is
sitting in the corner?
(Its his favorite spot; he
wanted to be alone; he
was being punished;
etc.)

Think-Pair-Share
Why do you think Jack and Jill are
fetching water? (Answers may
vary.)

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Extensions
Take-Home
Material
Student
Performance
Task
Assessment

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What kinds of things


can you do nimbly?

What kinds of things


can you do nimbly?

On stage

On stage

On stage

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On Stage