Unit 1: Interpreting Characters: The Heart of the Story
Unit 2: Reading the Weather, Reading the World: Purposeful Reading of Nonfiction
Unit 3: Historical Fiction Clubs
Unit 4: Test Preparation
Unit 5: Learning Through Reading: The American Revolution
Unit 1: The Arc of the Story: Writing Realistic Fiction
Unit 2: Boxes and Bullets: Personal and Persuasive Essay
Unit 3: Literary Essay: Writing About Fiction
Unit 4: Test Preparation
Unit 5: Bringing History to Life: Historical Fiction
https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/school/e3c3The Everyday Mathematics curriculum covers:
Unit 1: Please Value: Multidigit Addition and Subtraction
Unit 2: Multiplication and Geometry
Unit 3: Fraction and Decimals
Unit 4: Multi-digit Multiplication
Unit 5: Fraction and Mixed-Number Computation: Measurement
Unit 6: Division; Angles; Fraction Operations
Unit 7: Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement
Unit 8: Fraction Operations; Applications
Unit 1: Geography of New York State
Unit 2: Native Americans: First Inhabitants Of New York State
Unit 3: Colonial and Revolutionary Periods
Unit 4: Freedom and the New National: Federal, State and Local Government
Our Wordly Wise 3000 curriculum delivers direct instruction of sophisticated vocabulary to better prepare our young learners to read grade-level texts and enhance their writing.
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 4
Unit 1 Energy Conversions: Blackout in Ergstown. Students take on the role of systems engineers for Ergstown, a fictional town that experiences frequent blackouts, and explore reasons why an electrical system may fail. They obtain information from science books and system models to learn about types of energy, energy sources, energy transfer, and energy conversion. They define engineering problems related to the town’s electrical system and design wind turbines using what they have learned about energy and matter.
Unit 2 Vision and Light: Investigating Animal Eyes. Students investigate why there is a decline in the number of Tokay geckos living in one area of a rainforest in the Philippines. They plan and conduct investigations and analyze data related to animal senses to figure out cause-and-effect relationships between environmental changes, the parts of an animal’s vision system, and the animal’s ability to see well. They make models and write explanations to share what they learn about how animals’ body structures perform functions related to senses and survival.
There are four anchor tools that we use: the Charter, Mood Meter, Meta-Moment, and Blueprint. These anchor tools allows a common language and strategies that incorporates learning at school and at home.
Unit 1: Charter
Unit 2: Mood Meter
Unit 3: Meta-Moments
Unit 4: Blueprint