Unit: Author Study, Roald Dahl Month of May, 2008 (Week 1)



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Unit: Author Study, Roald Dahl

Month of May, 2008 (Week 1)
For these next two units I have left the templates blank so that you can finish off the year meeting the needs of your students. Usually at this time of year we review all of the class data and ensure that we are really targeting specific objectives that students have not mastered and integrating them so that students are set up to be ready for the next grade level. It is a reteach and extend time and requires a lot of carefully planning for differentiating instruction and integration of different components of literacy. To invest students I try to ensure that the last two units are also based upon either a central theme or project aligned with the standards I still need to hit. Things like an author study or a student choice unit in terms of doing a research/project of choice lends itself well to really individualizing instruction to meet the needs of kids. This therefore is definitely a time to not slow down but realize the sense of urgency that there are only two more months left of school to ensure that your students are set up for success. A lot can be accomplished in the next two months!!!






Reading Lesson

Independent Reading

Words Block

Writing Block


Objectives and State Standards
Bolded are the Power Standards

Re-teach, according to data


Data-focused instruction.






Assessments

Observe students during turn-and-talk. Check in with students during guided reading sessions. Have students write about cause and effect in their journals. Are they distinguishing clearly between causes and effects.

End-of-week word sort. With struggling decoders, make sure to assess these examples of sound-letter correspondence during conferencing.



Unit: Author Study, Roald Dahl

Month of May, 2008 (Week 1)




Reading Lesson

Independent Reading

Words Block

Writing Block


Objectives and State Standards
Bolded are the Power Standards

Re-teach, according to data


Data-focused instruction.





Assessments

Observe students during turn-and-talk. Check in with students during guided reading sessions. Have students write about cause and effect in their journals. Are they distinguishing clearly between causes and effects.

End-of-week word sort. With struggling decoders, make sure to assess these examples of sound-letter correspondence during conferencing.



Unit: Author Study, Roald Dahl

Month of May, 2008 (Week 2)




Reading Lesson

Independent Reading

Words Block

Writing Block


Objectives and State Standards
Bolded are the Power Standards

Re-teach, according to data


Data-focused instruction.





Assessments

Observe students during turn-and-talk. Check in with students during guided reading sessions. Have students write about cause and effect in their journals. Are they distinguishing clearly between causes and effects.

End-of-week word sort. With struggling decoders, make sure to assess these examples of sound-letter correspondence during conferencing.



Unit: Author Study, Roald Dahl

Month of May, 2008 (Week 3)




Reading Lesson

Independent Reading

Words Block

Writing Block


Objectives and State Standards
Bolded are the Power Standards

Re-teach, according to data


Data-focused instruction.






Assessments

Observe students during turn-and-talk. Check in with students during guided reading sessions. Have students write about cause and effect in their journals. Are they distinguishing clearly between causes and effects.

End-of-week word sort. With struggling decoders, make sure to assess these examples of sound-letter correspondence during conferencing.



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