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CCSS Fourth Grade Curriculum Map 2017-2018   

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Weeks


ELA Literary and Informational  Standards


RL.10/RI.10-ongoing


Word Study

Spelling


Academic Vocabulary


RI.4-ongoing


Writing


ELA Conventions Standards


Social Studies


Resources

First Nine Weeks

Progression for Rigorous Text     Rigorous Text Diagram

8/7/17

Week 1

Grasp/ Benchmark

STAR Reading Assessment


Introduction/Review to CAFE

-What do good readers do?

- Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, Extended Vocabulary

- Daily 5

-Model good reading through think alouds


Prefix and Suffix Background Information

For social studies academic vocabulary see the list in the learning resources.

Review of the Writing Process


ELAW10

-introduce journal; model how to reflect upon reading/topic

(journaling will continue throughout the year)

-build writing stamina

 

ELAL1 :Review parts of speech

(Ongoing)

Native Americans

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

Informational Text Anchor Chart


Inferences Interactive Notebook


NEWSELA

Main Idea Anchor Cha

8/14/17

Week 2

Introduce 4 Powerhouse Standards of Reading

Summarize/Predict/

Question/ Clarify

-Create an anchor chart

-Orally summarize after read aloud

-Students can keep a journal of summaries/vocabulary words each time they read a

new passage, story, or chapter.


Suggested Mentor Text:

Chocolate Fever

Frindle

Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing

Skinny Bones

Magic E

Summarize

Predict

Question

Clarify

Summary

Summarize

Review of the Writing Process

ELAW10

-Summary writing

-reflective journals from mentor text (journaling will continue throughout the year)

-include new vocabulary

ELAGSE4L1 f

Sentence Structure  

Writing simple sentences .

Identifying and correcting run-ons and sentence fragments.

Subject/Predicate

( Ongoing)

 

Native Americans

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

8/21/17

Week 3


*Think Alouds are ongoing during the year with mentor texts

(informational, fiction, and poetry)

RL.3

Story Elements with Characters, Setting, and Main Events

Magic E

Character

Setting

Problem

Solution

Main idea

Main events

Plot

ELAW9

-Summary writing

 

ELAGSE4L2c

Sentence Structure

Compound Sentences

Introduce Coordinating Conjunctions.


( Ongoing)

Native Americans

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

Native Americans

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

8/28/17

Week 4

RL.2,RL3

Story Elements Review / Inferencing

Closed Syllable/ Review of Short Vowels

Rising action

Falling action

Climax

Conflict

Inference

ELAW9

Constructed Response-

Answering questions in complete sentences and constructed response that applies for understanding


(continue throughout the year)

ELAGSE4L2c

Sentence Structure

Compound Sentences

Introduce Coordinating Conjunctions.


( Ongoing)

Explorers

SS4H2

SS4E1e.  

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

9/5/17

(4 day week)


Week 5

*Labor Day

RL1

Inferencing

Closed Syllable/ Review of Short Vowels

Inferences

Evidence

ELAW9

Constructed Response-

Answering questions in complete sentences and constructed response that applies for understanding


(continue throughout the year)

ELAGSE4L2 a

Capitalization


(Ongoing)

Explorers

SS4H2

SS4E1e.  

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

9/11/17

Week 6

RL1 RL4

Context Clues

Open Syllable/ Review of Long Syllables

Allude

Context

ELAW3 Narrative Writing  

What are the elements of a narrative piece of writing?


beginning, middle, and end

(transitional words and phrases)

Explorers

SS4H2

SS4E1e.  

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

9/18/17

Week 7

RL.7 Connecting with Text

Make connections between the text of a story, drama and visual/oral presentation.

Open Syllable/ Review of Long Syllables

Analyze

ELAW3 Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

beginning, middle, and end

(transitional words and phrases)

ELAGSE4L2 b

Commas and quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from text. Dialogue

Review - comma before coordinating conjunctions


( Ongoing)

Explorers

SS4H2

SS4E1e.  

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

Sequencing-

Sequencing Youtube Video

9/25/17

Week 8

RL.7 Connecting with Text

Make connections between the text of a story, drama and visual/oral presentation.

Open syllable and consonant + le syllable vs. Closed syllable and consonant + le syllable

ELAW3 Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

(use dialogue and description)

LAGSE4L3

Choose precise words

Punctuation for effect

(Ongoing)

Colonial America

SS4H3

SS4E1b.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

Compare and Contrast-

Compare and Contrast Youtube Video

10/2/17

4 Day Week

Workday-Friday

Week 9

RL.6 Point of View


Open syllable and consonant + le syllable vs. Closed syllable and consonant + le syllable

Point of view

First Person

Second Person

Narrator

ELAW3 Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

(use dialogue and description)

ELAGSE4L1 c

Helping and linking verbs.

Colonial America

SS4H3

SS4E1b.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

Cause and Effect and Problem/ Solution (together)-

Problem/Solution and Cause/Effect Youtube Video  


Problem and Solution-

Problem and Solution Youtube Video

Second Nine Weeks

10/10/17

4 day week

Columbus Day

Week 10

RL.9

-Compare and Contrast

Review, Catch Up, and Enrich

Compare

Contrast

       ELAW3 Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

(conclusion)

 

ELAGSE4L1 c

Helping and linking verbs.

Colonial America

SS4H3

SS4E1b.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

10/16/17

Week 11

RL.6 / RL.9

-Compare and Contrast Topics, Point of View, etc

English Words Do Not End in V


Bossy R Syllabication

Compare

Contrast

Point of View

Topics

ELA W1: Opinion Writing- introduce structure

 

ELAGSE4L 1 e

Form and use prepositional Phrases

(Ongoing)

Events Leading to the American Revolution

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

10/23/17

Week 12

RI.1

Inferencing in Informational Text

English Words Do Not End in V


Bossy R Syllabication

Explicit

Implicit


ELAW1: Opinion Writing

ELAGSE4L  1 e

Form and use prepositional Phrases

(Ongoing)

Events Leading to the American Revolution

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

10/30/17

Week 13

RI.2

Main Idea of fiction and an Informational Text

English Words Do Not End In I


oi vs. oy and ai vs. ay

Main idea

Details

Summarize

Details

ELAW1: Opinion Writing

ELAGSE4L 1 d

Ordering  Adjectives

Declaration of Independence

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

11/6/17

Week 14

RI.5

Describe the overall text structure:

Chronology

Comparison

Cause/Effect

Problem/Solution

English Words Do Not End In I


oi vs. oy and ai vs. ay

Text structure

Chronology

Compare

Contrast

Cause/effect

Problem

Solution

ELAW2 Informational Writing- introduce structure

ELAGSE4L 1 d

Ordering  Adjectives

Battles of the American Revolution

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

11/13/17

Week 15

RI.5

Structure of Ideas, Concepts, Events, or Information in Informational Text

English Words Do Not End In J

Text structure

Chronology

Compare

Contrast

Cause/effect

Problem

Solution

ELAW2 Informational Writing- develop topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic  

ELAGSE4L 1 g

Correctly use frequently confused words.

( Ongoing)

Continue the American Revolution

SS4H1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

11/27/17

Week 16

RI.6

Compare and Contrast first and secondhand accounts on the same topic

English Words Do Not End In J

Firsthand

Secondhand

Account

Primary

ELAW2 Informational Writing- develop topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic  

ELAGSE4L 1 g

Correctly use frequently confused words.

( Ongoing)

Articles of Confederation and the Constitutional Convention

SS4H2

SS4CG1

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

11/4/17

Week 17

RI.6

Compare and Contrast first and secondhand accounts on the same topic

English Words Do Not End In U

ou, ow, au, aw

Firsthand

Secondhand

Account

Primary

ELAW2 Informational Writing-link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases

ELAGSE4L1 b

Form and use the progressive  verb aspects.


( Ongoing)

Branches of Government

SS4CG3

12/11/17

Week 18

RI.7

Interpret Information Presented in Various Formats


-How do these items help you understand the text?

English Words Do Not End In U

ou, ow, au, aw

Charts

Graphs

Diagrams

Time lines

Animations

ELAW2 Informational Writing-link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases

ELAGSE4L1 b

Form and use the progressive  verb aspects.

Bill of Rights

SS4CG3

SS4CG2

12/18/17

2 day week

Review/Close Reading Passage

ELAW2 Informational Writing- provide a concluding statement or section related to the information or explanation presented

ELAGSE4L 1 h

Writes legibly in cursive.

Review and use learned skills in writing.

( Ongoing)

Review

Third Nine Weeks

1/4/18

2 day week


Review/Close Reading Passage

 

Review all writing genres


Make sure to cover the following in writing genres:


Narrative Essay


Students practice writing a summary, changing an ending, and writing a story from a different point of view using different pieces of literature. (hit dialogue, transition words, etc)


You can do a different one each day. These are not long pieces of writing so you can do them at a quicker pace.

Narrative Essay


Students practice writing a summary, changing an ending, and writing a story from a different point of view using different pieces of literature. (hit dialogue, transition words, etc)


You can do a different one each day. These are not long pieces of writing so you can do them at a quicker pace.

Informational Essay

With Paired Passages


Day 1 & 2 Review the process, model, and examine rubric


Day 3-5 Students create an informational essay using paired passages on google doc. Teacher comments using 7 point rubric. Make sure they include evidence from BOTH passages

Opinion Essay

With Paired Passages


Day 1 & 2 Review the OREO strategy to create an opinion piece model this process as a class using paired passages


Day 3-5 Create their own opinion essay using paired passages


Review to the 7 point writing rubric in the DOE assessment guide. Make sure they include evidence from BOTH passages

ELAGSE4L 1 a

Usety  relative pronouns

And relative adverbs

Review

1/8/18

Week 19

RL.5

Poetry

Review, Catch Up, and Enrich

Stanza

Verse

Prose

Rhyme scheme

ELAGSE4L 1 a

Use relative pronouns

And relative adverbs

War of 1812

SS4H3

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

1/16/18

4 day week

Week 20

RL.5

Poetry

Adding a Consonant Suffix

Stanza

Verse

Prose

Rhyme scheme

ELAGSE4L c

Differentiate between contexts that call for formal/informal discourse.

Review language skills

War of 1812

SS4H3

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

1/22/18

Week 21

RI.8

Author’s Purpose (informational)

Adding a Consonant Suffix

Point

Claim

ELAGSE4L c

Differentiate between contexts that call for formal/informal discourse.

Review language skills

Westward Expansion

Map Skills

SS4H3

SS4E1a.

SS4E1d.

1/29/18
Week 22

RI.9

Compare and Contrast Two Texts on the Same Topic

Adding a Vowel Suffix

Synthesize

ELAGSE4L5 a, b, c

Figurative Language  

Similes

Metaphors

Idioms

Adages

Proverbs

Westward Expansion

Map Skills

SS4H3

SS4E1a.

SS4E1d.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

2/5/18

Week 23

RL.2 Theme-

Find the theme of story, drama, or poem

Adding a Vowel Suffix

Theme

Drama

Poem

Dialogue

Scene

Cast

ELAGSE4L5 a, b, c

Figurative Language  

Similes

Metaphors

Idioms

Adages

Proverbs

Westward Expansion

Map Skills

SS4H3

SS4E1a.

SS4E1d.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

2/14/18

Week 24

RL.2 Theme-

Find the theme of story, drama, or poem

ist vs. est

Theme

Drama

Poem

Dialogue

Scene

Cast

ELAGSE4L5 a, b, c

Figurative Language

Similes

Metaphors

Idioms

Adages

Proverbs

Abolitionist & Suffrage Movement (Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman)

SS4H4

2/26/18

Week 25

RL.9

Compare and contrast themes of different stories, dramas, or poems.

ist vs. est

Theme

Drama

Poem

Dialogue

Scene

Cast

ELAGSE4L4 a,b,c

ELAGSE4L 2 d

Use context clues, affixes and reference materials to unlock word meanings and phrases.

Spell grade appropriate words correctly.

Abolitionist & Suffrage Movement (Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman)

SS4H4

3/5/18

4 day week

Week 26

RI.9

Compare and Contrast Two Texts on the Same Topic

R Controlled Schwa Sound

Synonym

Antonym

Homophone

ELAGSE4L4 a,b,c

ELAGSE4L 2 d

Use context clues, affixes and reference materials to unlock word meanings and phrases.

Spell grade appropriate words correctly.

Abolitionist & Suffrage Movement (Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman)

SS4H4

Fourth Nine Weeks

3/12/18

Week 27

Rl3 & RI7

Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text.

Explain how charts, diagrams etc. contribute to the understanding of the text.

R Controlled Schwa Sound

Chart

Diagram

Timeline

Graph


Supply

Demand

Scarcity

ELAGSE4L4 a,b,c

ELAGSE4L 2 d

Use context clues, affixes and reference materials to unlock word meanings and phrases.

Spell grade appropriate words correctly.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin and States’ Rights

SS4H5

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

3/19/18

Week 28

Rl3 & RI7

Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text.

Explain how charts, diagrams etc. contribute to the understanding of the text.

Review, Catch Up, and Enrich

Chart

Diagram

Timeline

Graph


Civic

Currency

Distribution

Taxes

Services

ELAGSE4L 6

Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate vocabulary.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin and States’ Rights

SS4H5

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

3/26/18

Week 29

GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Greek/Latin Meanings Min, Dit, Dat, Vers, Vert

Voyage

Migrate

Immigrant

Founded

Freedom

Profit

ELAGSE4L 6

Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate vocabulary.

Major Battles of the Civil War and People

SS4H5

SS4E1c

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

4/9/18

Week 30


GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Greek/Latin Meanings Min, Dit, Dat, Vers, Vert

Omit

Ellimination

Predict

Infer

Economy

Religion

Review Skills

Major Battles of the Civil War and People

SS4H5

SS4G2

SS4E1c.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

4/16/18

Week 31


GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Greek/Latin Meanings Hydro, Meter, Photo

Artisan

Indentured servant

Landowner

Perspective

GMAS Review

Reconstruction

SS4H6

SS4E1f.-0

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

4/23/18

Week 32

GMAS Week

Review of all standards

GMAS Week

Atlas

Dictionary

Thesaurus

GMAS

Reconstruction

SS4H6

SS4E1f.

Physical and Man-Made Features

SS4G1

Economics

4/30/18

Week 33

SL.4, SL.5, and SL.6

-Using Facts or Details to Retell Information in an Organized Form

-Enhancing Presentations

-Using Formal / Informal Disclosure

Greek/Latin Meanings Hydro, Meter, Photo

ELAW7-9 Conduct short  research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic

Review

5/7/18

Week 34

SL.4, SL.5, and SL.6

-Using Facts or Details to Retell Information in an Organized Form

-Enhancing Presentations

-Using Formal / Informal Disclosure

Greek/Latin Meanings Scope, Micro

Research

Proofread

Resources

5/14/18

Week 35

SL.2

Paraphrase Portions of Different Informational Sources

Greek/Latin Meanings Scope, Micro

5/21/18

Week 36

SL.2

Paraphrase Portions of Different Informational Sources

Review, Catch Up, and Enrich


 

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