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    10/1-10/5

    Mrs. Brownfield's class has weekly (rather than daily) goals and objectives. Depending on the students' comprehension of the material, we may spend longer or shorter than intended on specific activities. The following is intended to be covered this week:
    1. Essential Question(s) for Unit
    - Can I apply my knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking and/or listening?
    - Can I choose language that expresses ideas precisely and concisely, eliminating wordiness and redundancy?
    - Can I correctly use frequently confused words (e.g. to/too/two, there/their/they're)?
    - Can I apply previously learned knowledge to improve my reading fluency an comprehension?
    2. Daily Objective(s)/Learning Target(s)
    - I can segment sounds in words and syllables into words and discriminate short and long vowel sounds.
    - I can apply specific "spelling rules" ("Double It", "Drop-e") to spell words with the "silent-e" pattern correctly.
    - I can create my own definitions of words using categories and attriubutes.
    - I can identify nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and appropriate verb tense.
    - I can define vocabulary using context-based strategies.
    - I can generate sentences using a six-stage process and use signal words to answer comprehension questions.
    3. Agenda (major components of the lesson, activities)
    - Complete consonant/vowel charts
    - "Move It, Mark It" (syllable practice)
    - "Identify It" (nouns and verbs)
    - Essential Words Spelling Pretest
    - Masterpiece Sentences
    4. How students will demonstrate learning (assessment)
    - Students will be assessed (formally and informally) by warm-ups, exit slips, class participation and in-class activities.
    5. Homework (include day assigned, day due)
    - There will be no homework assigned in this class. Extra skill practice/reading suggestions for your student are available upon request or will be provided periodically to your student.

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