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Weeks

Unit
Title
2-4 Intro Reading Smoky Night
Thank you Mr. Falker
The Good Garden
3-10 Structure

5-8 Class Novel

The Important Book


Margaret Brown
When I Was Young in the MountainsCynthia Rylant
Something from Nothing
Phoebe Gilman
In November
Cynthia Rylant
Tough Boris
Mem Fox
When the Relatives Came
Cynthia Rylant
The Night of the Gargoyles
Eve Bunting
Homerun
Robert Burleigh
No One Told the Aardvark
Susan Halter
Fortunately
Remy Charlip
If You are Afraid of the Dark
Cooper Edens
Twilight Comes Twice
Ralph Fletcher
The Pain and the Great One
Judy Bloom
Mick Harte was Here

11-14 Research ReporNative American Culture


Student Samples
Newsela

Author
Eve Bunting
Patricia Polacco
Katie Milway

Katherine Gleason
Various Students

U.S. Government & Chinook IndiansThe Seattle Times


The Very First Americans
Cara Ashrose

11-14 Book Clubs

Multicultural Titles (4-5)

15-19 Poetry

see notebook

15-18 HCA

Fairy Tales & Ethics

20-24 Feature ArticleScholastic and Natl Geo magazines

The Pet That Beeps


Cool As Ice, But On Fire
The Rock Cycle
In the Dog House

21-24 Class Novel

The Landry News

26-32 Memoir

Walking the Log


Bessie Nickens
Thank You Mr. Falker
Patricia Polacco
When I was Young in the Mountains Cynthia Rylant
Owl Moon
Jane Yolen
The Hickory Chair
Thundercakes
Pecan Pie Baby
A Chair for My Mother
All the Places to Love

Andrew Clements

Lisa Rowe
Patricia Polacco
Jacqueline Woodson
Vera B. Williams
Patricia MacLachlan

25-29 Class Novel

In the Year of the Boar & Jackie Rob Bette Bao Lord

30-33 Book Clubs

Immigration (Historical Fiction)

e Gleason

ttle Times

Explicit Topics
Contractions (2)

WW Skill

Repetition
Homophones (4) Repetition
Contractions (7) Repetition
Possessive (8)
Repetition
Plural (9)
Repetition
Homphones (10) Circular
Circular
Circular
See-saw
See-saw
Two part
Two part
Two part
Writing about reading

Grammar Skill
nouns and verb: dialogue
nouns and verbs
nouns and verbs
sentence structure (basic)
nouns
nouns (changing)
Possessive and Plural nouns
nouns & verbs
Verbs
Verbs
verbs
Nouns
verbs
Verbs
Nouns/Pronouns
Nouns/Pronous & Verbs

Researching/Note taking
Commas in a series
T/C sentences and details
Capitalization
Varying sentences beginningsVarying sentence openers
Varying sentence structure
Researching/Note taking
Varying sentence structure
Nouns/pronouns & verbs
General poetry skills
Haiku
Shape
Acrostic
White Space
Onomatopoeia
Assonance/Alliteration
Rhythm/Rhyme
Personification
Simile/metaphor

apostrophes with possessive


apostrophes with contractions
vocabulary/same meaning but more or less syllables
Grammar book lesson/adjectives
Grammar book lesson/adjectives
Fragments
vocabulary/
vocabulary/using a thesaurus
Adverbs
Vocabulary /
Vocabulary/sense words

Clements

ne Woodson

MacLachlan

Characters and actions


Adjectives
types of sentences
Grammar book
Capitalization rules
Grammar book
Capitalization rules
Grammar book
Complete sentences and predGrammar book
Simple sentences and predicaGrammar book
Sentence structure
commas in a series
Dialogue
Direct quotations
Writing about reading

Puncuation of dialogue
varying "said" in dialogue
varying sentence structure

Memoir
memoir
memoir
memoir

sentence structure, adding details


Grammar book: Capitalize relative
adding details
setting: sight and sound nouns &
sentence structure, varying sentences
adjectives and details (show not tell)
Opening, setting a scene
varying "said" in dialogue
Edge of seat tension
dialogue
memoir
Present tense; verbs
Craft, imagery (show not tell) Adjective and Adverbs Grammar
Word usage

Vocabulary

Writing about reading

Wrap Up

Specific Lesson
use dialogue to move the story
use dialogue to move the story
grammar book
how is the sentence structure depicting repetition
who are the characters, how are they described pg 4
Pg 5
Pg 6
Pg. 12-13
identify and substitute nouns/pronouns and describe what the character did using vivid verbs
why are they vivid verbs
use verbs in your own sentences
pick a verb in your writing and change it to a vivid verb
what do the verbs telling the reader?

Character analysis continuing nouns/verbs


Listing facts using pg 34 and 37
Capitializing importapgs 27-30 &32
Handout: Improving Sentence Patterns
Combining sentences to connect thoughts (worksheet) and Pg 37
Beginning your sentences with varying words (find supplemental worksheet)
charting characters and actions (sub/pred)
pg. 38-39

ing but more or less syllables


Pg 18
Pg 19
What fragments do we see. Make them into complete sentences
Use words from the feellings vocab sheet using "Book Creator" app
same meaning but more or less syllables
Pg 22 and 23
pick a noun from your piece and write 6 adjectives to describe it
pick a noun from your piece and write 6 sense words to describe it

Class discussion: Use nouns, verbs and adjectives to describe the characters.

Pg 1
Pg 28 - 29
Pg 30
Pg 2
Pg 3
Handout
Pg 34
Pg 35
how dialogue moves a story
how to incorporate verbs and actions into dialogue

ding details
pg 30
take your piece and add details
find places to add setting details.
ying sentences
show not tell)

Pg 24
use book creator to make short stories on the vocabulary words
use dictionary.com, and photos for class to create books
take a sentence and identify the parts of speech that we learned this year

cter did using vivid verbs

haracters.