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Learning Targets

           April 12 - 16

 
"I will refer to details and examples in the text when explaining why knights and castles were needed in the Middle Ages."
 
"I will form and use prepositional phrases."
 
"I will use prior knowledge of the prefixes un– and non– and root words to read and interpret unfamiliar words."
 
"I will use a graphic organizer to produce clear and coherent writing that contrasts the life of a serf and that of a lord."

 

 

 

 

March 

 

ELA -

"I will refer to details and examples in the text when explaining." the relationships between lords and serfs. [RI.4.1]

 

"I will discover the function and relationships of nouns and adjectives by identifying them in sentences."

 

"I will use their knowledge of the prefixes un– and non– and root words to read and interpret unfamiliar words."

 

"I will use a graphic organizer to produce clear and coherent writing that contrasts the life of a serf and that of a lord."

 

 

Math

"I will use distributive properties to make multiplication easier".

 

" I will multiply multi-digit numbers with zeros by a one-digit number.

 

 

 

 

March 8 - 12

"I will identify the sequence of five events on a timeline spanning BCE and CE to accurately place their discussion of the Middle Ages in the context of time and their background knowledge."

 

"I will paraphrase information from the Reader to participate in a discussion about the people, events, and important ideas from the Middle Ages."

 

 

 

"I will explore multiplication with regrouping using models.

 

 "I will use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.

 

 

"I will multiply multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 using basic facts and patterns." 

 

"I will estimate products by rounding."

 

"I will explore multiplication using area models and partial products."

 

"I will explore multiplication with regrouping using models."