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Reynolds Elementary School Library Weekly Lesson Plan, 9/17-9/21/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                Reynolds Elementary School Library         

Week of: 9/17-9/21/18                                                                                   Weekly Lesson Plan/Assignments/Homework

Kindergarden

Story: “The Day the Crayons Quit” by Drew Daywalt & Oliver Jeffers     
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

1st Grade

Story: “Junie B., 1st Grader: Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten and Other Thankful Stuff” by Barbara Park, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 2, Mayflower Treasure Hunt by Ron Roy, Ch. 3-4
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul By Jeff Kinney
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 9/24-9/28/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School Library         

Week of: 9/17-9/21/18                                                                                   Weekly Lesson Plan/Assignments/Homework

Kindergarden

Story: “Creepy Carrots” by Aaron Reynolds     
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

1st Grade

Story: “Junie B., 1st Grader: Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten and Other Thankful Stuff” by Barbara Park, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 2, Mayflower Treasure Hunt by Ron Roy, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul By Jeff Kinney
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

 

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 10/1-10/5/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School Library         

Week of: 10/1-10/5/18                                                                                   Weekly Lesson Plan/Assignments/Homework

Kindergarden

Story: Chocolatina by Erik Kraft    
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

1st Grade

Story: Junie B., 1st Grader: Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten and Other Thankful Stuff by Barbara Park, Ch. 9-10
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 2, Mayflower Treasure Hunt by Ron Roy, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul By Jeff Kinney
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 10/8-10/12/18

Week 7 – 10/8-10/12/18

K – Read “Click Clack Boo”

1 – Read “Junie B., Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten” Ch. 9 & 10

2 – Read “A to Z Mysteries – Mayflower Treasure Hunt” Ch. 7 & 8

3 – Read “Wimpy Kid, The Long Haul”

4 – Read “Holes”

5 – Read “Wonder”

6 – Read “Julian”

Lesson Plans, Week of 10/15-10/19/18

Reynolds School District                                                                               Reynolds Elementary School       
Week of:  10/15-10/19/18                                                                             Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Turkey Trick or Treat   
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody and Stink & the Wishbone Wish by Megan MacDonald
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 1-2
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul By Jeff Kinney
Objective(s):
Identify main iades and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 10/22-10/26/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  10/22-10/26/18                                                                             Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Kids Choice – Kids will choose a book that they would like to hear again.   
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody and Stink & the Wishbone Wish by Megan MacDonald, Ch. 3-4
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 3-4
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 10/29-11/2/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  10/29-11/2/18                                                                               Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Read Arthur’s Thanksgiving by Marc Brown
Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody and Stink & the Wishbone Wish by Megan MacDonald, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 3-4
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 11/5-11/9/18

Reynolds School District                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  11/5-11/9/18                                                 Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Read A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting                                                                                   Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody and Stink & the Wishbone Wish by Megan MacDonald, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 11/12-11/16/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  11/12-11/16/18                                                                             Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Read Fangsgiving by                                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody and Stink & the Wishbone Wish by Megan MacDonald, Ch. 9-10
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 9-10                                                                                                               Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 11/19-11/23/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  11/19-11/23/18                                                                             Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano                                                                                                             Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The Castle Crime by Ron Roy, Ch. 11-12                                                                                                            Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 9-10
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 11/26-11/30/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  11/26-11/30/18                                                                             Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Olive, the Other Reindeer by Vivian Walsh                                                                                                      Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody & Stink and the Holly Joliday by Megan McDonald
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The White House White Out by Ron Roy, Ch. 1-2                                                                                                           Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 11-12
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 12/3-12/7/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  12/3-12/7/18                                                                                Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  The Christmas Crocodile by Bonnie Becker                                                                                                   Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody & Stink and the Holly Joliday by Megan McDonald, Ch. 5-6
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The White House White Out by Ron Roy, Ch. 5-6                                                                                                          Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 13-14
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 12/10-12/14/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  12/10-12/14/18                                                                              Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Moosletoe by Margie Palatini                                                                                                                              Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody & Stink and the Holly Joliday by Megan McDonald, Ch. 7-8
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries,  Super Edition 6, The White House White Out by Ron Roy, Ch. 9-10                                                                                                         Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 1-2
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Story: The Julian Chapter by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Research and interpret information using different media formats, (e.g., visual, quantitative, oral); CC.1.5.C (6-8)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 12/17-12/21/18

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  12/17-12/21/18                                                                              Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Turkey Clause by Wendi Silvano                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody & Stink and the Holly Joliday by Megan McDonald, Ch. 9-10
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 6, The White House White Out by Ron Roy, Ch. 11-12                                                                                                 Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 3-4                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Computer Time for classwork

Library Lesson Plans, Week of 1/7-1/11/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  1/7-1/11/19                                                                                   Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Extra Yarn by Mac Barnett                                                                                                                                    Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody, Mood Martian by Megan McDonald, Ch. 2-3
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 1-2                    Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 3-4                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Library Lesson Plans, Week of 1/14-1/18/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  1/14-1/18/19                                                                                Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Do Not Open This Book by Michaela Munteen                                                                                                                             Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody, Mood Martian by Megan McDonald, Ch. 4-5
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 3-4                    Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 5-6                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 1/21-1/25/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  1/21-1/25/19                                                                                Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins                                                                                                                        Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody, Mood Martian by Megan McDonald, Ch. 4-5
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 4-5                    Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 5-6                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Story: Holes by Louis Sachar
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 1/28-2/1/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  1/28-2/1/19                                                                                   Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story:  Groundhog’s Day Off by Robb Pearlman                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody, Mood Martian by Megan McDonald, Ch. 6-7
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 6-7                    Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 7-8                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 2/4-2/8/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  2/4-2/8/19                                                                                     Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story: Hotel Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins                                                                                                                             Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Judy Moody, Mood Martian by Megan McDonald, Ch. 10-11
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 10-11                   Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 11-12                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 2/11-2/15/19

Reynolds School District                                                                                 Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  2/11-2/15/19                                                                                Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story: To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street by Dr. Seuss                                                                             Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Read Judy Moody & Stink and the Big Bad Blackout by Megan McDonald, Ch. 1-2
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 5, The New Year Dragon Dilemma by Ron Roy, Ch. 12-14                   Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 3 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 1-2                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

Lesson Plans, Week of 2/18-2/22/19

Reynolds School District                                                                              Reynolds Elementary School       

Week of:  2/18-2/22/19                                                                                Weekly Library Lesson Plan

Kindergarden

Story: Horton & the Kwuggerbug by Dr. Seuss                                                                                                       Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2); Describe relationships between illustrations and text, CC.1.2.G (PreK-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments:  Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud.
Homework/Assessments: Formative assessment questions asked during reading.

1st Grade

Story: Read Judy Moody & Stink and the Big Bad Blackout by Megan McDonald, Ch. 3-4
Objective(s):
Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PreK-2), Identify details author uses to support points in text, CC.1.2.H (K-2).
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate.
Homework/Assessments: None

2nd Grade

Story: A to Z Mysteries, Super Edition 8, The Secret Admirer by Ron Roy, Ch. 1-2                                     Objective(s): Ask and answer questions about key details in text read aloud or presented orally; CC.1.5.B (PK-2)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

3rd Grade

Story: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 3 By Lemony Snicket, Ch. 3-4                                                                                                                         Objective(s): Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

4th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

5th Grade

Story: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Objective(s):
Identify main ideas and supporting details of text read aloud or presented orally or in other media formats; CC.1.5.B (3-5)
Lesson Activities/Assignments: Check for recall at start of the lesson, formative assessment questions during reading as appropriate
Homework/Assessments: None

6th Grade

Keyboarding – Students will begin keyboarding lessons using the Typing Instructor program.

Objective(s): 15.4.2.D. Demonstrate the correct use of simple input technologies (e.g., mouse, touch screen, microphone, etc.). 15.4.5.D. Demonstrate the ergonomically correct use of more sophisticated input technologies.

Lesson Activities/Assignments: Students will begin the use of the Typing Instructor program which will guide them through a variety of keyboarding skills including proper technique as well as developing fluency on the keyboard.

Homework/Assessments: None

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