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Learning Targets & Lessons

Week of 11/28-12/2
ELA:
Students will demonstrate familiarity with the story "Goldilocks and the three bears"
Students will demonstrate familiarity with the story "Tug-of-war"
Students will identify. the beginning, middle, and end of a story 
Students will identify characters, setting and the plot 
Students will sequence events in a story 
 
 
MATH:
Students will count and recognise numerals 1 to 50 
Students will count to 100 by ones 
Students will count by tens to 100 
Students will reflect and practice from chapter 3 
 
 
Week of 11/7-11/11
ELA:
  • Describe the experiences and challenges of someone who is blind and deaf
  • Explain the contributions of Helen Keller 
  • 5 Senses Domain Assessment 
  • Demonstrate familiarity with the story "Chicken Little"
  • Explain that stories that are made up and come from a writers imagination 
  • Identify the beginning middle and end of the story 
MATH:
  • Name, recognise, count, and write the numerals 11 and 12 using concrete objects and illustrations 
  • Name, recognise, count, and write the numerals 13 and 14 using concrete objects and illustrations
  • Name, recognise, count, and write the numerals 15 using concrete objects and illustrations
  • Name, recognise, count, and write the numerals 16 and 17 using concrete objects and illustrations
  • Name, recognise, count, and write the numerals 18 and 19 using concrete objects and illustrations
 
 
Week of 10/31-11/4
ELA
  • Blend sounds to form words using large motor gestures and blend sounds to form words that represent hidden pictures 
  • Isolate the initial sounds of common objects by identifying pictures 
  • Recognise and trace canes and hooks
  • Students will describe the experiences and challenges of someone who is blind and deaf
  • Students will be able to explain the contributions of Ray Charles and Helen Keller 
 
 
MATH
  • Students will use "one more" to identify a number that is one larger using numbers to 10
  • Students will use ordinal numbers to fifth to describe the position of an object 
  • Students will use ordinal numbers to tenth to describe the position of an object 
  • Students will review the chapter 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Week of 10/24-10/28
ELA 
  • Students will describe the sense of smell and identify parts of the nose 
  • Students will describe the sense of taste and identify parts of the mouth 
  • Students will describe the sense of touch and identify the skin as being associated with the sense of touch
  • Students will blend sounds to form words using motor gestures, and or visual supports
  • students will use a writing utensil to grip and draw spirals, draw + and x's, and loops 
 
 
MATH
  • Students will recognize and write numerals 9 and 10 and represent
 a number of objects with a written numeral
  • Students will act it out to solve problems
  • Students will use one to one correspondence and counting to compare groups and determine which group is greater than, less than, or whether the groups are equal to each other
  • Students will check their progress from lessons 6-8
  • Students will use one more to identify a number that is one larger using numbers to 10
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Week of 10/10-10/14
 
ELA 
  • segment spoken sentences into words by counting fingers
  • segment sentences into words by clapping for each word spoken
  • demonstrate understanding of directionality by stepping forward from left to right 
  • segment sentences into words by counting and moving cubes for each spoken word 
  • Retell the events of the nursery rhyme
  • recite and identify dialogues in nursery rhymes 
 
 
MATH
  • Students will use one to one correspondence and counting to compare groups and determine which group is greater than, less than, or whether the groups are equal to each other.
  • Students will identify numbers from 1 to 5 in sequence understanding that each successive n umber name is referring to an amount that is one larger
  • Students will draw a diagram to solve problems
  • review chapter 1 
 
 
 
 
 
Week of 10/3-10/7
 
ELA 
  • Retell the events of the nursery rhyme
  • Identify characters in a nursery rhyme 
  • Identify the line that repeats in the nursery rhyme
  • segment spoken sentences into words by counting fingers
  • segment sentences into words by clapping for each word spoken
MATH
  • Students will recognise and write the numeral 0
  • Students will use one to one correspondence to determine whether groups are equal to each other 
  • Students will use one to one correspondence to identify a group that is greater than another group 
  • Students will use one to one correspondence to identify a group that is less than another group