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Math Lesson Plans for 09/7-09/11
Due Date: 9/7/2015
Subject: 2nd Grade

Date

Monday

(Labor Day)

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1, 3, 5, 8

 

**Topic 1 Addition  Quiz

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1, 3, 5, 8

 

**Topic 1 Addition  Quiz

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1, 3, 5, 8

 

**Topic 1 Addition  Quiz

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1,3,4, 5

 

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1,3,4, 5

 

LT:

Teacher will introduce topic 2 with the Topic Opener: The Math Machine.  The students will read, color, and write about number families.  They will be introduced to 0,1, 2 and the relationship with more than…      

Children master addition facts in which both addends are the same.  Doubles facts can be associated with memorable real world situations.      

Children will master addition math facts where the addends are 1 apart, using doubles plus 1. 

Children will use the commutative property to find the sums.  Students will complete “flip-flop” math.

Children will find the sum of three addends using any order.

R:

Reteach 2

Math Journal

Black Line master of story

Counters

 

 

Reteach 2.1

Math Journal

18 Counters

Vocabulary: doubles

 

 

Reteach 2.2

Math Journal

Connecting cubes

Vocabulary: near doubles

 

Math Journal

Reteach 2.3

Number Cards

Beads

Math Journal

Reteach 2.4

Connecting cubes

highlighters

A:

* Children will choose a number from the box.  They should add 1.  They should explain how they solved the number. 

 

* S.Stuides: Map Skills: Introduce how to read a grid map.

* Children will write an addition story about a doubles fact.  They should write the addition sentence to go with their story.

 

 

* S.Stuides: Map Skills: Students will be assessed on the 7 continents and 4 ocean location.

* Children should choose a doubles fact and draw a picture to show a near doubles story.  They should write an addition sentence to go along with the story.

 

 

* S.Stuides: Map Skills: Using a compass rose. Find different locations on a map.

* Children should choose a fact and then write a number sentence with the addends in different order.  They will complete the number sentence and then draw a picture to show each fact.

 

*Science: Introduce the 8 planets and model rotation, orbit, and the moon.

*Children should show different ways to add the numbers 3+5+7.  They should find the sum of the numbers.

 

 

*Science: Discuss and create constellations.



Lesson Plans for 8/17-8/21
Due Date: 8/17/2015
Subject: 2nd Grade

 

Content Knowledge

Phonics/Spelling

Reading/ Comprehension

Language

Writing

Monday

CCRS morning work

Handwriting

Oral Vocab: SWMBB investigate, rural, urban

Pho Aw: Medial phonemes

Short Vowels:

Teach and model reading and writing   words with short vowels

Complete PB pg. 1&2

Character and Setting

Read the teacher read aloud pg   25b. Explain character and setting.

Complete pg . 3

Sentences

Use TP 1   and introduce sentences.

 

Personal Narratives

Introduce the characteristics of a   Personal Narrative.

Writing Notebook activity

Tuesday

CCRS morning work

Handwriting

Oral Vocab: Read The Tale   of Pale Male

Introduce vocab

 

*Add to concept map

Syllables VC/CV, VCC/V

Read words with the syllable patterns. Ask the children to decode words. Complete   pg 5

Vocabulary

Introduce vocabulary and HFW.     Skill: ABC order

Read: The Twin Club

Complete BME booklet

Sentences

Complete the teach and guided practice   section on page 43c. Complete pb pg 7

Personal Narratives

Prewrite: Brainstorm places the will like to write about.

Wednesday CCRS morning work

Handwriting

Oral Vocab: Read The Tale   of Pale Male

Introduce vocab

 

*Add to concept map

Short Vowels

Build words on the desk with short   vowels

Complete pg 10

Plot   and Theme

Review plot and theme.

Complete DVD 4

Plot and theme and Think Critically

Sentences

Review   sentences write the fragment on the   board and have the students finish them.   Complete Apply pb 45b

Personal   Narrative

First   Draft: Write about a place you visited during the   summer

Thursday

CCRS morning work

Handwriting

Read   Aloud Anthology

Introduce oral Vocab and complete the concept map.

Phonics   Review

 

Complete the phonics review and spiral review on pg 48c&d

 

Complete pb pg DVD6

 

 

Comprhension

Read SE pgs 48-49. Discuss comprehension skill character and   setting. Complete Reading Notebook   Activity

Sentences

Review sentences have the students complete pg 12 in RWN

Personal   Narrative

Revise: Review the students writing and check for complete sentences and punctuation.   Have the students correct the mistakes.

Friday

CCRS morning work

Handwriting

Check oral vocabulary.

The students will use the   words in a sentence making a flip book

Phonics

 

Spelling   Test

Reading

 

Reading Test

 

Language

 

Sentences Test

Personal Narrative

Publish: The students will   write the final draft and illustrate their stories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Math  

Science

Social Studies

Reading Group 1

Reading   Group 2

Reading Group 3

2.QA.1     Lesson 1-1

Writing   Addition and Number Sentences

Common Core warm-up

Guided Math   Lesson pg 3-5

Math Journal   Addition sentences.

Life   Science

Chapter   1: All About Plants

Develop Concept web pg 1.

Read pgs 7-9. Identify parts of plants and plant needs. Fill in   concept web.

 

 

 

People   and Places

Lesson 1: All Kinds of Groups

Read pgs 26-30

 

 

 

 

Blend words with short   vowels

Read decodable reader 1

Reread for fluency

 

Blend words with short   vowels

Read Decodable Book 1

Reread for fluency

Extend word reading,   read advanced selection , Intro. Concept inquiry

Lesson 1.1 Writing Addition Sentences

Common core   warm-up

Math Journal   Addition Prompt

1.1 Practice   sheet

All   About Plants

Plant Needs: Celery Experiment

Science   journal: Make predictions and drawings

 

Lesson 1: Rules

Why do we need rules? Pgs   30-31

 

Homework rules/contract.

Read : The Twin Club

Reread for fluency

 

Blend words with short   vowels sounds

Read SI Reader 2,

 

Read: The Twin Club

 

Lesson 1.2 Stories about Joining

Common Core   Warm-up

Math Journal   ICED

Guided Lesson   1.2

 

 

 

All   About Plants

Plant Needs: Celery Experiment

Record findings in journal

Wb pg 4 quick Check

Maps   and Globes

Discuss the difference between maps and   globes. Pg 32-35

 

Make a compass rose in S.S journal.

Reread:   Reread Twin Club

 

RereadThe Twin Club, Read words and   sentences.

Review character, setting, and predict

 

Self –selected reading

Continue Concept Inquiry

Leveled Reader

Lesson 1.2 Stories about Joining

Common Core   warm-up

1.2 Practice   Sheet

Math Station   /Math Groups

Lesson   2: How are plants grouped

Read pgs 13-15

Sort plant pictures by characteristics.

Flowers vs no flowers

   Complete: Science Journals and concept web

Making   Maps

The students will make a map of the   school, classroom, or playground. The   map will include a key and a compass rose.

 

Practice with on level reader: My Travel   Tree

 

Read   or Listen to: My travel Tree

Reread for fluency

Build concepts, Read City Mouse/ Country   Mouse

 

Read My Travel Tree Extend Voc., continue   concept, Practice with Advanced Reader: City Friends/Country Friends

Quick Check 1.1-1.2

CCRS Test

Math Stations

 

Plants   Assessment

Making   Maps

The students will make a map of the   school, classroom, or playground. The   map will include a key and a compass rose

Sentence Reading Set B

Monitor Comprehension

Practice with On Level Reader: The New Kid

 

Practice word reading, set A sentences,   monitor fluency and comprehension with City Mouse/ Country Mouse

 

Sentence reading Set C, Monitor   Comprehension, City Friends/ Country   Friends

Vocabulary

part

whole

join

Vocabulary

plants

stems

roots

leaves

flower

Vocabulary

rule       map

urban     globe

suburb

rural

compass rose

Fluency Practice

Fluency Practice

Fluency Practice

 

 

 



Lesson Plans for January 12-16th
Due Date: 1/27/2015
Subject: 2nd Grade

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

Out for MLK   Day!

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,6, 8

2.NTB.4 Compare three digit numbers based on meanings of   the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using the greater than or less than symbols to record the results of the   comparisons.

 

Math Practice: 1,3, 6

2.NTB.4 Compare three digit   numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using the   greater than or less than symbols to   record the results of the comparisons.

 

Math Practice: 1,3, 6  

2.NBT.2 Count within 1000,m skip   count by 5s, 10s, 100,s. Also 2.NBT.4

Math Practice :1, 3, 8

LT:

            

Students   will ip count by different amounts on the number line and use the patterns to   identify the numbers that come next.

Students   will compare three digit numbers using the greater than, less than, or equals   to sign to show comparisons.

Students   will order 3 digit numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least.

Students   will solve problems by finding number patterns.

R:

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.6

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.7

Math   Stations

 

 

 

Math   Journal

Reteach 10.8

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.9

Math   Stations

A:

 

* Students choose   to skip count from 600 by 5s, 10s, or 100s.   They will complete the number line to show skip counting.

 

Science: Energy Chapter 9

Lesson 1   and 2

What is   energy?

How do   Living things use energy?

*Students should   compare numbers two different ways.   They should write an explanation of how they compared the numbers.

 

Science: Energy Chapter 9

Lesson 3and   4

What are   some sources of heat?

How does   light move?

*Students write   the numbers in order from greatest to least and least to greatest and tell   how they compared the numbers.

 

Science: Energy Chapter 9

What are   some kinds of energy?

*Students write   a number pattern that begins with 713.   They should explain their patterns.

 

** Winter   Dance 1-2:40

 

 



Lesson Plans for January 19-23rd
Due Date: 1/27/2015
Subject: 2nd Grade

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

Out for MLK   Day!

2.NTB.4 Compare three digit numbers based on meanings of   the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using the greater than   or less than symbols to record the   results of the comparisons.

 

Math Practice: 1,3, 6  

2.NBT.2 Count within 1000,m skip   count by 5s, 10s, 100,s. Also 2.NBT.4

Math Practice :1, 3, 8

Performance Series

            

LT:

    

Students   will order 3 digit numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least.

Students   will solve problems by finding number patterns.

 

 

R:

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.8

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.9

Math   Stations

 

 

A:

 

* Students   the numbers in order from greatest to least and least to greatest, telling   how they compared the numbers.

Science: Energy Chapter 9

Lesson 1   and 2

What is   energy?

How do   Living things use energy?

*Students   write a number pattern that begins with 713.   They should explain their answer.  

 

Science: Energy Chapter 9

Lesson 3and   4

What are   some sources of heat?

How does   light move?

 

Science: Energy Chapter 9

What are   some kinds of energy?

** Winter   Dance 1-2:40



Lesson Plans for January 5-9th
Due Date: 1/9/2015
Subject: 2nd Grade

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

Teacher In service Day

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,5, 6

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

LT:

            

Students   will count by hundreds to 1,000.   Understanding that numbers can be used to tell how many.

Students   will use place value models to show numbers up to 1,000.

Students   will identify and record three digit numbers in expanded form, standard form,   and number word form.

Students   will add and subtact multiples of 10 or 100 to and from a 3 digit number   without regrouping.

R:

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.1

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.2

Math   Stations

 

 

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.3

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.4

Math   Stations

A:

 

* Students sill   draw 500. They should then write the   number that is 100 less than 500. And   the number that is 100 more than 500.     Illustrate each one.

 

Social Studies: Introduce the Civil   Rights Movement

*Students should   match a digit from the left column to a place value in the right column. They should draw a picture that matches   their number.

 

Social Studies: Students will choose an   affluent person to interview and write a paragraph on their contribution to   the movement.

 

*Students   should choose a three digit number.   They will write the standard form, expanded, form, and the word form   of the number they chose.

 

Social Studies: Students will listen to a   story of Martin Luther King and watch a video. They will record at least 3 facts about his life and contributions to our society during the Civil Rights Movemment.

*Students   choose a number. They will write the   number in the boxes and complete the number sentence.

___+40=

___+200=

___-30=

___-300=

 

Social Studies: Review and assess

 

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

Teacher In service Day

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,5, 6

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

LT:

            

Students   will count by hundreds to 1,000.   Understanding that numbers can be used to tell how many.

Students   will use place value models to show numbers up to 1,000.

Students   will identify and record three digit numbers in expanded form, standard form,   and number word form.

Students   will add and subtact multiples of 10 or 100 to and from a 3 digit number   without regrouping.

R:

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.1

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.2

Math   Stations

 

 

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.3

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.4

Math   Stations

A:

 

* Students sill   draw 500. They should then write the   number that is 100 less than 500. And   the number that is 100 more than 500.     Illustrate each one.

 

Social Studies: Introduce the Civil   Rights Movement

*Students should   match a digit from the left column to a place value in the right column. They should draw a picture that matches   their number.

 

Social Studies: Students will choose an   affluent person to interview and write a paragraph on their contribution to   the movement.

 

*Students   should choose a three digit number.   They will write the standard form, expanded, form, and the word form   of the number they chose.

 

Social Studies: Students will listen to a   story of Martin Luther King and watch a video. They will record at least 3 facts about his life and contributions to our society during the Civil Rights Movemment.

*Students   choose a number. They will write the   number in the boxes and complete the number sentence.

___+40=

___+200=

___-30=

___-300=

 

Social Studies: Review and assess

 

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

Teacher In service Day

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,5, 6

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

2.NTB.1b The numbers 100-900 refer to one, two,   three,- nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones)

2.NBT.1a, 2.NBT.2

 

Math Practice: 1,3,4

LT:

            

Students   will count by hundreds to 1,000.   Understanding that numbers can be used to tell how many.

Students   will use place value models to show numbers up to 1,000.

Students   will identify and record three digit numbers in expanded form, standard form,   and number word form.

Students   will add and subtact multiples of 10 or 100 to and from a 3 digit number   without regrouping.

R:

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.1

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.2

Math   Stations

 

 

 

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.3

Math   Stations

Math   Journal

Reteach   10.4

Math   Stations

A:

 

* Students sill   draw 500. They should then write the   number that is 100 less than 500. And   the number that is 100 more than 500.     Illustrate each one.

 

Social Studies: Introduce the Civil   Rights Movement

*Students should   match a digit from the left column to a place value in the right column. They should draw a picture that matches   their number.

 

Social Studies: Students will choose an   affluent person to interview and write a paragraph on their contribution to   the movement.

 

*Students   should choose a three digit number.   They will write the standard form, expanded, form, and the word form   of the number they chose.

 

Social Studies: Students will listen to a   story of Martin Luther King and watch a video. They will record at least 3 facts about his life and contributions to our society during the Civil Rights Movemment.

*Students   choose a number. They will write the   number in the boxes and complete the number sentence.

___+40=

___+200=

___-30=

___-300=

 

Social Studies: Review and assess

 



Lesson Plans for 9/22-9/29
Due Date: 9/29/2014
Subject: 2nd Grade

Math Lesson Plans

09/22-09/29

Date

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

S:

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve   one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking   apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and   equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1,3,4, 5

**Continuation   from last week, due to water safety.

 

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve   one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking   apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and   equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1, 3, 5, 8

 

 

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve   one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking   apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and   equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1, 3, 5, 8

 

**Topic 1 Addition Quiz

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve   one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking   apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and   equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1,3,4, 5

 

2.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve   one and two step word problems, involving situations of adding to, taking   apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions, by using drawings and   equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

Math Practice: 1,3,4, 5

 

LT:

Children   will subtract 0,1,2 from a number by applying the concept of 0 less, 1 less,   and 2 less.

Students will   use addition doubles facts to subtract. They will understand that addition   and subtraction have an inverse relationship.   This can be used to find the subtraction facts, every subtraction fact   has a related addition fact.      

Children will   find the differences by using related addition facts.

Students   will find the difference by using related addition facts to 18.

Children   will make ten to subtract.

R:

Math   Journal

Reteach 3.1

Connecting   cubes

 

Reteach 3.2

Math   Journal

Number   Cards

White paper   and crayons

 

 

Reteach 3.3

Math   Journal

Practice   Problems

 

Math   Journal

Topic 3.4

Practice   Problems

Reteach 3.4

 

Math   Journal

Reteach 3.5

Connecting   cubes

 

A:

*Children   should draw a picture that matches the number story and write a subtraction   sentence.

 

 

*Science: Chapter 1

Lesson 1: Plants and Animals

 

* Children   will draw a picture that illustrates a fact family, showing how addition   problems are related to subtraction problems, and the answer can be found.

 

Science: Continue with Chapter 1, Animals and   their habitat.

*Students   will draw a picture that matches the number story and write a subtraction   sentence and a related addition sentence.

 

S.Studies: Unit 2 Learning about differences and   different physical features.

 

* Students   will write a number story that matches the picture and write a subtraction   sentence and a related addition sentence.

 

*Identify ways people throughout the country are   affected by their human and physical environments. Unit 2: Places Near and Far

*Children will   draw a picture that shows making 10 to subtract, then solve.

 

*Social Studies: Unit 2 Lesson 4

 

 



Continents Test
Due Date: 9/10/2014
Subject: 2nd Grade

* Don't forget your continents Test on Wednesday, September 10th. 

* Water Safety on Tuesday, September 9th

 



Spelling Test
Due Date: 8/29/2014
Subject: 2nd Grade

** Don't forget to study for your spelling Test!

Week 1: Aug. 29th, Friday



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