Weekly Instructional Lessons for August 30 - September 04, 2021
Social and Emotional Learning
Eureka Math- Module 1: Properties of Multiplication and Division and Solving Problems with Units of 2-5 and 10
Multiplication Using Units of 2 and 3
Lesson 10: Model the distributive property with arrays to decompose units as a
strategy to multiply
Lesson: Review for Mid-Module Assessment Task
Lesson: Quiz Topic B
Lesson: Mid-Module Assessment Task
Benchmark Advance-Unit 1: Government for the People - In this unit, students will read and
compare selections about people working to make changes to the government.
Essential Question: Why do people participate in government?
Week 1: Model and Guide
Identify key details and determine main idea
Identify key details and answer text dependent questions
Analyze text connections: Sequence
Analyze cause and effect text connections
Compare and contrast themes in stories by the same author
Common Sense:Digital Citizenship - Nearpod lesson- The Power of Words
Independent and whole group reading: Getepic.com; whole group reading,
Writers Workshop: Narrative Writing- Narrative Writing Prompt: Students will pretend
that they live in a town that recently flooded. Write a letter to the mayor of Fargo warning him about the flood and describing what your town did to prepare. Use details and evidence from "Working Together' to help write the letter.
In alignment with the language arts program Benchmark, students will be writing essays based on different genres such as, narrative, opinion, and evidence based text. The students final writing will consist of handwritten and google docs generated writing products.