3rd Grade Year Long Plan 2015- 2016
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r3rd Grade Year Long Plan
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ThemeWhere We Are in Place and TimeHow We Organize OurselvesHow the World WorksWho We AreHow We Express OurselvesSharing the Planet
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An inquiry into personal histories, homes and journey. An inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities.An inquiry into the natural world and its laws. an inquiry into the rights and responsibilites in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living thingsan inquiry into beliefs and values; rights and responsiblitiesan inquiry into the ways in which we reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativiy; the ways in which we discover and express culture
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AugSeptOctNovNovDecJanFebMar AprAprMay
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TitleImmigrationRegionsChanging EarthGovernmentFinding Life in LiteratureCycles on Earth
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Central IdeaImmdigration causes changes in individuals, communities, and countries.Boundaries and conflict influence regions.The world around us is influenced by the earth’s physical processes.Participation in democracy
can create change.
Creative expression can reflect the human experience.Cycles affect life on earth.
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Lines of InquiryReasons people immigrate
Personal changes resulting from immigration
How the country was/is shaped by immigration
The geography and physical features of a region
How geography and resources influence industry, economics, and lifestyle
Why humans divide and define space
How the Earth’s surface changes over time (natural and human-made processes); Causes behind Earth’s physical changes
How are rocks and minerals formed and how do they change
How Earth’s physical events impact humans
Components of a democratic society
Origins, structures, functions of local government
How different forms of government impact people’s rights
Classic themes in literature/poetry/theatre
What stands the test of time
How story elements impact a narrative
Cycles in nature (life cycle, water cycle)
States of matter
Finite resources/Water Conservation
Water sources and distribution on earth
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Key ConceptsConnection, Change, Causation Form, ConnectionChange, form, causationForm, Responsibility, Perspective Perspective, Connection, ReflectionCausation, Change, Responsibility
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Learner ProfileRisk Taker, Open MindedKnowledgeable , Reflective Inquirer, KnowledgeableBalanced, Communicator Risk Taker, ReflectivePrincipled, Caring
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AttitudesTolerance, CooperationTolerance, RespectCreativity and ConfidenceCommitment, Integrity
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Reading
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WritingNarrativeOpnionInformativeInformativeNarrativeOpinion
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Social StudiesHistory 1: Use a variety of sources to distinguish historical fact from fiction.
Geography 1: Use various types of geographic tools to develop spatial thinking
History 1: Use a variety of sources to distinguish historical fact from fiction. Geography 2: The concept of regions is developed through an understanding of similarities and differences in places.
History 2: People in the past influence the development and interaction of different communities or regions.
Civics 2: The origins, structure, and functions of local governmentCivics 1: Respecting the views and rights of others is a key component of a democratic society.
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ScienceEarth Science 1: Earth’s materials can be broken down and/or combined into different materials such as rocks, minerals, rock cycle, formation of soil, and sand – some of which are usable resources for human activity. Physical Science 1: Matter exists in different states such as solids, liquids, and gases and can change from one state to another by heating and cooling Life Science 1: The duration and timing of life cycle events such as reproduction and longevity vary across organisms and species.
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Math
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Other: action, integration with specialists, fieldwork, etc.Shsakespeare FestivalAction Project: Fun Run
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