# Revised Curriculum Guide 2013

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1 Big Ideas: Sequencing ELA Reading Standards for Literature: Poetry/Biographies Math Geometry: Shapes, Coordinate Graphs and Angles Science Forces and Motion Social Studies Economics and Financial Literacy: Landforms Learning Targets What do students need to be able to know / do? Essential Vocabulary ELA: recall, detail, text, narrator, beginning, middle, end, character, compare, contrast Math: Plot, half, whole, quadrilateral, angles, fraction, equal parts, parallel, sides, lines Science: motion, push, pull, straight, up, down, fast, slow, direction, speed, heavy, light, round, flat Social Studies: land, water, mountain, hill, plain, ocean, river, lake, North Carolina, environment, community Assessment and Data Students will demonstrate the understanding of sequencing across the curriculum. ELA Common Core Math Common Core Science Essential Standards Social Studies Essential Standards Understanding key events and details: 3.1. Answer questions to demonstrate recall of details from text Identify the feeling of characters in a story. Reason with shapes and their attributes: 3.1. Recognize the attributes of a rhombus and other quadrilaterals Partition shapes into equal halves. Express the area of each part as the fraction ½. Understand the factors that affect motion: EX.3.P.1.1 Identify different ways objects move (to include falling to the ground when dropped): Understanding patterns of geography: EX.3.G.1.3 Identify physical features (mountains, hills, rivers, lakes, roads, etc.).

2 Understand text: Demonstrate understanding and poetry for a clearly stated purpose (e.g., Read or listen to identify how the characters are feeling) Demonstrate understanding and poetry for a clearly stated purpose (e.g., Read or listen to a story to identify the narrator. Read or listen to a story to compare the main characters.) Demonstrate understanding and poetry for clearly stated purposes (e.g., Read/listen to the text to compare it with the text we read yesterday. Read/listen to the text to identify words that describe the narrator.). Understand details and big ideas: 4.1. Identify details or examples in a text that explain what the text says explicitly Identify appropriate titles of a story, drama or poem. Demonstrate understanding that this is 1 or 2 parts. Identify lines, angles, and properties of shapes: 4.1. Identify angles in each shape Describe the attributes of two-dimensional shapes (i.e., number sides and angles, straight vs curved lines). Classify two-dimensional figures: 5.2. Classify figures based on angles and parallel sides Sort figures and describe the common attribute(s). Graph Points: 5.1. plot points in 1 st quadrant EX.3.P.1.2 Describe the effect of a push or a pull on the motion of an object (e.g. how far, direction, magnitude). EX.3.P.1.3 Compare objects (e.g., ramps and barriers) that may change the direction or speed of things that are already in motion. Understand how force affects the motion of an object: EX.4.P.1.1 Describe the motion of a moving object (away from or closer). EX.4.P.1.2 Define force as a push or a pull. EX.4.P.1.3 Predict how forces can change the speed or direction of moving objects. Understand how force changes motion: EX.5.P.1.1 Describe factors that would make it easier or harder to push or pull an object (wheels, round, flat, heavy, light). EX.5.P.1.2 Compare changes in motion (speeding up, slowing down) under certain conditions (e.g., steeper ramp, more weight, more or less force). Understand a community is a part of North Carolina: EX.4.G.1.3 Identify physical features (mountains, hills, rivers, lakes, roads, etc.) in community and North Carolina. Understand human activities effect the environment: EX.5.G.1.1 Compare the effects of human activity on the physical environment.

3 Use structures and features to support understanding: 4.4. Identify meaningful words, phrases or features in a text that are similar to those used in another text (e.g., characters in two separate texts are described in the same way; or the rhyme and rhythm of two texts are similar) Identify texts as poems, drama, and prose Identify the narrator of a text. Use structure to support understanding: 3.4. Identify key words that complete literal sentences in a text (e.g., Jack climbed up the. <tree, beanstalk, ladder>) Identify the beginning, middle and end of a story with a linear sequence. Use details to understand text: 5.1. Select quotes that explain what the text says explicitly Compare two or more characters or events in a story or drama, using specific details in the text (e.g., both characters are boys).

4 Use text and illustration to support understanding: 3.7. Identify words that describe story characters as depicted in images or illustrations from the text Identify ways that two stories with similar characters are the same (e.g., both stories take place at a school). Understand author s use of structure and word choice: 5.4. Determine the literal meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text Demonstrate understanding of an author s use of structure by continuing a story or poem using the same structure (e.g., Then the big bad wolf went to the house that the pig made of steel and said, I ll huff and I ll puff. ) 5.6. Identify words that describe the narrator or speaker in a story. Integrate words, visual elements and ideas: 5.7. Identify visual or multimedia elements that contribute to the meaning of a text Compare and contrast two books on the same topic or theme

5 UDL Suggestions See Google Docs: UDL Suggestions Resources & Materials See Google Docs: Curriculum Resources ITES (Information Technology Essential Standard) Informational Text: 3.IN.1, 4.IN.1, 5.IN.1 Apply strategies that are appropriate when reading for enjoyment and for information. Technology as a tool: 3.TT.1, 4.TT.1, 5.TT.1 Use technology tools and skills to reinforce classroom concepts and activities Safety and Ethical Issues: 3.SE.1, 4.SE.1, 5.SE.1 Understand issues related to the safe, ethical, and responsible use of information and technology resources Sources of information: 3.SI.1 Categorize sources of information for specific purposes. 4.SI.1, 5.SI.1 Apply criteria to determine appropriate information resources for specific topics and purposes.

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