1st Grade Year Long Plan 2015 - 2016
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1st Grade Year Long Plan
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ThemeHow We Organize OurselvesSharing the planetWho We AreWhere We Are in Place and TimeHow the World WorksHow We Express Ourselves
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an inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities.an inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things.an inquiry into human relationships including families, friends, communities and culturesan inquiry into the relationship between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations from local and global perspectivesan inquiry into the world and its laws; how humans use their understandng of scientific principlesan inquiry into the ways we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culutre, belifs and values
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DatesSeptOctOctNovDecJanJanFebMarAprMayJune
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TitleSystemsSystem BreakdownMaking a DifferenceCultural SystemsSystem of ScientistsExpression
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Central IdeaSystems exist to create order.Resources affect systems.People around the world share the responsibility for taking care of their community. Exploring cultures helps us understand the world.
Scientists use a system to investigate the world around themExpression influences communication.
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Lines of InquiryThe reasons we create systems
Naturally occurring systems
Man-made systems
Scarcity and abundance
Earth Materials
How physical properties of objects determine their use
Natural breakdowns
Your rights and responsibilities
How your actions make a difference
People who have made a difference
Similarities and differences of global cultures
Elements of culture
Geography of a global region
How physical properties of objects determine their use
Famous scientists
The scientific process
Elements of a story
The role that movement plays in drama
The role of costumes, props, and scenery
Non verbal communication (inferring)
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Key ConceptsForm, FunctionCausation, Reflection, ResponsibilityResponsibility, ConnectionFunction, Causation, PerpsectiveChange, Reflection, FormReflection, Function
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AttitudesCooperation, Independence
Respect
Commitment, Creativity, IntegrityRespect, EmpathyTolerance, Respect AppreciationCuriosity, Enthusiasm, CommitmentCreativity, Cooperation, Confidence
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AttributesBalanced, KnowledgeableThinker, ReflectiveCaring, PrincipledOpen Minded, Risk TakerInquirer, ThinkerCommunicator, Risk Taker
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ReadingOrganization of Books, Decoding, Phonics, Author’s purposeRetellCompare/contrast
(characters, change makers)
How to read informational text
(researching)
Nonfiction text features
Non-fictionReaders theatre
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WritingInformative/ExplanatoryNarrativeOpinion InformationalInformationalNarrative
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Social StudiesCivics: Effective groups have responsible leaders.
Classroom organization, classifying.
Economics 1: People work at different types of jobs and in different types of organizations to produce goods and services and receive an income.
Civics 1: Effective groups have responsible leaders and team members..
Civics 2: Notable people, places, holidays and patriotic symbols. History 1: Describe patterns and chronological order of events of the recent past.
History 2: Family and cultural traditions in the United States in the past.
Geograhpy 1: Geographic tools such as maps and globes represent places Geography 2: People in different groups and communities interact with each other and with the environment
Civics: Effective groups have responsible leaders and team members.
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ScienceLife Science 2: An organism is a living thing that has physical characteristics to help it survive.Earth Systems: Earth's materials can be compared and contrasted based on their properties. Recycling, abundance, scaricity, earth's resources.Life Science 1: Offspring have characteristics that are similar to but not exactly like their parents’ characteristics; Physical Science 1: Solids and liquids have unique properties that distinguish them.
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MathBase ten, Symbols, Number formation, Facts to ten, Counting 2s, 5s, 10s, Addition subtraction, Problem solving , Mental Math Strategies, Terminology (digit, number, =, +, - )Base ten, Symbols, Number formation, Facts to ten, Counting 2s, 5s, 10s, Addition subtraction, Problem solving , Mental Math Strategies, Terminology (digit, number, =, +, - )Base ten, Symbols, Number formation, Facts to ten, Counting 2s, 5s, 10s, Addition subtraction, Problem solving , Mental Math Strategies, Terminology (digit, number, =, +, - )Time (use of around the world
Calendar (holidays & seasons)
Similarities/differences
Weight and length around the world
Add/subtraction with and without regrouping
Money
Explaining thinking
Measurement (length & weight)
Data
Similarities/differences
Geometry
Multiplication/division
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Other: action, integration with specialists, fieldwork, etc.Field Trips: Business i.e. library, grocery store etc.Change maker or share opinion about something(intentionally tie science experitments to plants, genetics) Garden lessons (lettuce) about living organisms and characteristics of offspring
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