April 23

3B Learning (April 23-27)

Reading:

This week is the final week of our ‘Research Book Clubs’ unit. The students will continue to use all of the knowledge and skills they have learned in this topic to finish their final research product. After which, they will make a presentation to the class.

Writing:

We’ve finished our informational writing books about natural disasters. Students now have choice to do research on any topic and they will have more freedom with how the information is presented. Some may choose to present the learning using a poster, others may choose do something digitally.

Science:

This week is wrapping up the unit of inquiry learning. Students should demonstrate their understanding for how communities support each other in times of need. Other topics they should walk away understanding are patterns in nature, natural hazards and unhealthy environments. A question you can ask your child at home is, “how do communities support each other and why is it important to support each other?” 

Math:

Our next unit begins with solving one- and two-step word problems based on a variety of topics studied throughout the year, using all four operations.  The lessons emphasize modeling and reasoning to develop solution paths.  They incorporate teacher facilitated problem solving, opportunities for students to independently make sense of problems and persevere in solving them, and time for students to share solutions and critique peer strategies.  


Posted April 23, 2018 by sbann1 in category Uncategorized

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