Ela curriculum Map 2nd Grade ~ Unit 6A~2014-15 Time Frame: 3 weeks



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Benchmark Vocabulary

ancestors

fetched

educated

disappoint

tradition

sneered

outspoken

criticized

prisoners

release

advances

prestigious

persistence

patience

pleaded


unpacked

ledges


caverns


By the Way Words

These are addressed during Close Reading and can be defined as

words that don’t require lengthy discussion within a particular text.

words supported by the text for meaning.

words that are more concrete.



1. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 12–21

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Readers

understand that people respond to

major events and challenges.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

on an interesting main topic and its

key details from the text.
2. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 22–31

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Readers

understand that people respond to

major events and challenges.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

paragraph about how the book



Seeds of Change relates to the Big

Idea: Changing the World.


3. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 32–41

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Writers

understand that opinions and

reasons are connected.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

paragraph about an event that

inspired Wangari and support the

opinion with reasons from the text.


4. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 42–51

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Writers

understand that opinions and

reasons are connected.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

paragraph about the author’s word

choices and whether they were

effective.


5. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 52–61

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Choose a side

to support; write an opinion with

reasons, use linking words and a

conclusion.


6. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 62–71

Read Trade Book Seeds of

Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Write a book

review about Seeds of Change:



Planting a Path to Peace noting

three inspirational events.


7. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 72–81

Read Trade Book On Meadowview

Street

Reading Focus Readers

understand that people respond to

major events and challenges.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

about how Caroline and her family

inspired others to get involved in

making changes.


8. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 82–91

Read Trade Book On

Meadowview Street

Reading Focus Writers

understand that opinions and

reasons are connected.

Writing Focus Write an opinion

or review of the text, using linking

words to connect their opinion and

reasons.


9. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 92–101

Read Trade Book On Meadowview Street

Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Revise and

edit the review to group the ideas

logically and make the opinions

stronger.


10. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 102–111

Compare

Seeds of Change

On Meadowview Street

Reading Focus Readers

understand that people respond to

major events and challenges.

Writing Focus Plan an opinion

piece that the texts will inspire kids

to help with a city garden.
11. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 112–121

Compare

Seeds of Change: Planting a Path



to Peace

Marching with Aunt Susan



Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Draft the opinion

piece with reasons and details in a

logical order.
12. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 122–131

Compare

Seeds of Change: Planting a Path



to Peace

Seed by Seed



Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Revise the

opinion piece to strengthen writing

and include a good conclusion.

13. Teacher’s Guide, pp. 132–141



Compare

Seeds of Change

Theodore Roosevelt

Reading Focus Learners

understand that people can change

the world with persistence and

commitment.



Writing Focus Edit the opinion

piece to correct spelling and grammar.





Formative Writing Activities
Lesson 6

Have children write a book review about Seeds of Change. Before writing their book review, have them flag three text examples of events they found inspirational in Wangari’s life. On a separate sheet of paper, have children list these three events and notes about how these events show how inspirational Wangari was. Then have children write their book reviews on the same piece of paper. Children can turn to p. 319 in the Reader’s and Writer’s Journal to review

the task. Remind children to:

1. list three inspirational events from the book.

2. tell the name of the author and the book.

3. state an opinion about the book and support it with reasons.

4. wrap up their opinions, summarizing them.
Lesson 8

Have children revisit On Meadowview Street. Tell them that they will plan and write a short review of this story. On a separate sheet of paper, have children write an opinion statement that expresses their opinion about the story. Children may turn to p. 320 in the Reader’s and Writer’s Journal to review the writing task. Have children:

1. introduce the book.

2. state an opinion about the book. Is this an inspiring story? Why or why not?

3. supply reasons that support the opinion.

4. connect their opinions and reasons.

5. provide a concluding statement or section.

Questions: (Accountable Independent Reading)

Literal

Key Ideas and Details

• How do the characters in the text respond to major events and challenges?

• Retell the story. What is the central message of the story?

Craft and Structure

• What happens in the beginning, middle, and end of the text?

• How do two characters in the story have different points of view? List evidence from the text to support your thinking.

Integration of Ideas

• How do the illustrations help you understand events or ideas?

• How are the characters or themes in this text similar to or different from those in another text you’ve read?
Informational

Key Ideas and Details

• What is the main idea of the text? How do key details support the main idea?

• How are the events or concepts in the text connected to each other?

Craft and Structure

• What text features are used in the text? How do they help you locate information?

• What is the author’s purpose for the text? What does the author want to answer, explain, or describe?

Integration of Ideas

• How do the illustrations help you

understand the text?

• How do reasons support specific points the author makes?



Performance Task

Task: Book Review

Children will write a book review about Seeds of Change:

Planting a Path to Peace. They will decide whether or not this

book is one that will inspire other children in their community

to make changes to help the environment or to help other

people.


Writing Wrap Ups

End of Unit (Module B)

Homework Assignments


Interdisciplinary Options

Resources


Common Core Learning Standards



Anchor Text (Trade Book): Informational Text

Seeds of Change: Planting a Path to Peace by Jen

Cullerton Johnson 820L


Supporting Text (Trade Book): Literary Text

On Meadowview Street by Henry Cole 520L
Poetry

“Walk Lightly” by J. Patrick Lewis

“Every Time I Climb a Tree” by David McCord

Sleuth
Reader’s Writer’s Journal
Scaffolded Strategies Handbook
Additional Texts
Technology


Reading: Literature

RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.4, RL.2.7, RL.2.10


Reading: Informational Text

RI.2.1, RI.2.2, RI.2.3, RI.2.4, RI.2.5, RI.2.6, RI.2.10


Reading: Foundational Skills

RF.2.4, RF.2.4.a, RF.2.4.b, RF.2.4.c


Writing

W.2.1, W.2.5, W.2.6, W.2.7


Speaking and Listening

SL.2.1, SL.2.1.a, SL.2.1.b, SL.2.2, SL.2.4,

SL.2.5, SL.2.6
Language

L.2.1, L.2.1.f, L.2.2, L.2.2.d, L.2.2.e, L.2.3, L.2.3.a,



L.2.4.b, L.2.4.c, L.2.4.d, L.2.4.e, L.2.5.b, L.2.6



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