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4th Grade Social Studies/Science
Monday
Spiral Review (10 min)
Text Study (20 minutes)
November 10-14
Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present
and previous units; test on Friday
SS: : 4-2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the
settlement of North America was influenced by the interactions of Native
Americans, Europeans, and Africans.
Students will work in groups on their Explorer Study Guides.
When everyone has completed the study guide, we will go
over each question and answer using the SMARTBoard.
Independent/Collaborative
Activity (30 minutes)
4-3.5
4-3.6
4-3.7
Explain how the rotation of Earth results in day and night.
Illustrate the phases of the Moon and the Moon’s effect on ocean
tides.
Interpret the change in the length of shadows during the day in
relation to the position of the Sun in the sky.
SCI: Astronomy, Lesson Five, Day and Night
Read text as a whole class; Discuss the Earth and Sun using
the powerpoint Earth Sun Relationship.
Tuesday
Spiral Review (10 min)
Text Study (20 minutes)
Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present
and previous units; test on Friday
4-3.5
4-3.6
4-3.7
Independent/Collaborative
Activity (30 minutes)
Explain how the rotation of Earth results in day and night.
Illustrate the phases of the Moon and the Moon’s effect on ocean
tides.
Interpret the change in the length of shadows during the day in
relation to the position of the Sun in the sky.
SCI: Astronomy, Lesson Six, The Moon
Read text as a whole class; Discuss the phases of the moon
as you read.
SS: 4-2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the
settlement of North America was influenced by the interactions of Native
Americans, Europeans, and Africans.
Review for Explorers test using SMART Response remotes
and study guides.
Discuss in difficulties students are having with any parts of
the Explorers unit.
Wednesday
Spiral Review (10 min)
Text Study (20 minutes)
Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present
and previous units; test on Friday
SS: 4-2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the
settlement of North America was influenced by the interactions of Native
Americans, Europeans, and Africans.
Review for Explorers test using SMART Response remotes
and study guides.
Discuss any difficulties students are having with any parts of
the Explorers unit.
Independent/Collaborative
Activity (30 minutes)
4-3.5
4-3.6
4-3.7
Explain how the rotation of Earth results in day and night.
Illustrate the phases of the Moon and the Moon’s effect on ocean
tides.
Interpret the change in the length of shadows during the day in
relation to the position of the Sun in the sky.
SCI: Using whatever resources available to teach the phases
of the moon.
4th Grade Social Studies/Science
Thursday
Spiral Review (10 min)
Text Study (20 minutes)
Students answer three SCI/SS questions a day from present
and previous units; test on Friday
4-3.5
4-3.6
4-3.7
Independent/Collaborative
Activity (30 minutes)
November 10-14
Explain how the rotation of Earth results in day and night.
Illustrate the phases of the Moon and the Moon’s effect on ocean
tides.
Interpret the change in the length of shadows during the day in
relation to the position of the Sun in the sky.
SCI: Astronomy, Lesson Seven: Shadows
Read text as a whole-class, closely examine the pictures
SS: 4-2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the
settlement of North America was influenced by the interactions of Native
Americans, Europeans, and Africans.
Students will take Exploration Test.
Friday
Spiral Review (10 min)
Text Study (20 minutes)
SPIRAL REVIEW QUIZ
SS: 4-3: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the conflict
between the American colonies and England.
Introduce New Unit – American Revolution
Independent/Collaborative
Activity (30 minutes)
4-3.5
4-3.6
4-3.7
Explain how the rotation of Earth results in day and night.
Illustrate the phases of the Moon and the Moon’s effect on ocean
tides.
Interpret the change in the length of shadows during the day in
relation to the position of the Sun in the sky.
SCI: Use whatever resources available to teach shadows
and its relation to the Sun.
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