Monday Spiral Review (10 min) Students answer three sci/ss questions a day from present and previous units; test on Friday Text Study (20 minutes) ss



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4th Grade Social Studies/Science December 8-12

Monday

Spiral Review (10 min)

Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present and previous units; test on Friday

Text Study (20 minutes)

SS: 4-3.1 Explain the major political and economic factors leading to the American Revolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts as well as American resistance to these acts through boycotts, petitions, and congresses.

Read the first half of lesson one to whole-class (up to the Tea Act) Begin completing a cause-effect chart.



Independent/Collaborative Activity (30 minutes)

SCI: 4-5.1: Summarize the basic properties of light (including brightness and colors).

Read the text together, whole-class. Write the meaning of the underlined words in the margins of the text.





Tuesday

Spiral Review (10 min)

Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present and previous units; test on Friday

Text Study (20 minutes)

SCI: 4-5.1: Summarize the basic properties of light (including brightness and colors).

Read Lesson 1 – use available resources (SMART Board activities, video clips, powerpoints) and refer back to text as much as possible.



Independent/Collaborative Activity (30 minutes)

SS: 4-3.1 Explain the major political and economic factors leading to the American Revolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts as well as American resistance to these acts through boycotts, petitions, and congresses.

Go over yesterday’s cause/effect chart; use video or powerpoint support as available.





Wednesday

Spiral Review (10 min)

Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present and previous units; test on Friday

Text Study (20 minutes)

SS: 4-3.1 Explain the major political and economic factors leading to the American Revolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts as well as American resistance to these acts through boycotts, petitions, and congresses.

Read the second half of the text; finish cause/effect chart.



Independent/Collaborative Activity (30 minutes)

SCI: 4-5.1: Summarize the basic properties of light (including brightness and colors).

4-5.2 Illustrate the fact that light, as a form of energy, is made up of many different colors.

4-5.3 Summarize how light travels and explain what happens when it strikes an object (including reflection, refraction, and absorption).

Read Lesson Two (Colors of Light) and Lesson Three (Reflection, Refraction, Absorption) texts together, whole class. Take notes in the margins of the text and highlight important parts.





Thursday

Spiral Review (10 min)

Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present and previous units; test on Friday

Text Study (20 minutes)

SCI: 4-5.1: Summarize the basic properties of light (including brightness and colors).

4-5.2 Illustrate the fact that light, as a form of energy, is made up of many different colors.

4-5.3 Summarize how light travels and explain what happens when it strikes an object (including reflection, refraction, and absorption).

TSW generalize major points about the way light travels and to construct a cause-and-effect model of what happens when light strikes various objects. Interpret diagrams of light traveling and of light striking different objects; compare light striking different objects as to the behaviors of reflection, refraction, and absorption.

(Use Light powerpoint, Refracted Light video segment)


Independent/Collaborative Activity (30 minutes)

SS: 4-3.1 Explain the major political and economic factors leading to the American Revolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts as well as American resistance to these acts through boycotts, petitions, and congresses.

Assign partners one of the words from the chart at the bottom of Lesson One – give them five minutes to re-read about it in notes and prepare to teach the class what they learned about that topic.





Friday

Spiral Review (10 min)

SPIRAL REVIEW QUIZ

Text Study (20 minutes)

SS: 4-3.2: Explain the significance of major ideas and philosophies of government reflected in the Declaration of Independence.

Read the text together, whole-class.



Independent/Collaborative Activity (30 minutes)

SCI: 4-5.1: Summarize the basic properties of light (including brightness and colors).

4-5.2 Illustrate the fact that light, as a form of energy, is made up of many different colors.

4-5.3 Summarize how light travels and explain what happens when it strikes an object (including reflection, refraction, and absorption).

TSW generalize major points about the way light travels and to construct a cause-and-effect model of what happens when light strikes various objects. Interpret diagrams of light traveling and of light striking different objects; compare light striking different objects as to the behaviors of reflection, refraction, and absorption.



(Use Light powerpoint, Refracted Light video segment)


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