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    Oxendine Elementary School

    School Year 2019-2020

    3rd Grade ELA Syllabus

    Teacher: Shannon McNeill                     Contact Information: (910)-843-4243

    Email:  shannon.mcneill@robeson.k12.nc.us      

    Conference Times: Tues.-Thurs.7:30,10:30 and 3:00

    Prerequisites: Reading Level M   Curriculum:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X5cyMIekaFtyDgPJmYnGz2oRcmKv93un/view

    Student Goals and Outcomes:  Pass i-Ready with a score of 537 or higher. Achieve a level 3,4, or 5 on the End of Grade Reading North Carolina State Test.

    Attendance: Students should be present 180 days of school. Students should be in class no later than 7:55 each day. Breakfast is provided every day starting at 7:30. Students should not be on campus before 7:30.

    Grading Scale: A: 100-90 B: 89-80 C: 79-70 D: 69-60 F: < 60

    Graded Assignments: Daily class work/participation, tests, quizzes, chapter tests, unit tests, projects, notebooks, and homework

    Homework Expectations: Reading: Students will be given a weekly store. Students will be asked to answer 3 or more questions nightly based on the story. Students should re-read the reading passage each night Monday- Thursday. Read Nightly for 20 minutes. Math: 5-10 math problems a night.

     

    Assessment Windows:  Daily: informal or formal assessments by the teacher (70% or higher)

                                          Weekly: Electronic and formal assessments in reading (70% or higher)

                                          Benchmarks: October, December, March

                                          ISIP: January, May

                                          EOG: May

    Progress Reports:  September/December/February/April Report Cards: October/January/March/June

     

    3rd Grade Reading Standard Mastery

    1st 9 Weeks

    • RL 3.1: Students ask and answer questions to show they understand the text. They use specific details in literary text to support their answers. 
    • RI 3.1:  Students ask and answer questions to show they understand the text. They use specific details in informational text to support their answers.
    • RL 3.2:  Students recount stories including fables, folktales, and myths from various cultures. Students establish the central messages, lessons, or morals and explain how the important details helped communicate those ideas. Quiz: 09/27 Assessment: 10/05
    • RL3.3: Students describe characters in a story by including their traits, motivations, and feelings. Students explain how the characters’ actions add to the plot and influence the events in the story. 

    *Students will complete a 9 weeks project. Project will be assigned 10/07 and due 10/18.

    2nd 9 Weeks

    • RL 3.6:  Students determine the point of view of the narrator or character in a story and recognize how it is similar or different from their own point of view. 
    • RI 3.6:  Students identify the author’s point of view and determine how it is similar to and different from their own points of view. 
    • RI 3.2:  Students establish the main idea of an informational text.They tell important details in sequential order and explain how the details strengthen the author's main idea. 
    • RI 3.4:  Students examine the text to understand the meaning ofwords or phrases, using the context to inform their thinking and to determine which words have an effect on the overall meaning in a text. 
    • RI 3.7: Students use the words in a text and information they learned from illustrations (maps, photographs) to show they understand the text, including where, when, how,and why key events occur. 
    • RL 3.4: Students examine the text to figure out the meaning ofwords and phrases appropriate to third grade topics and subject areas, using the context to inform their thinking. 

    *Students will complete a 9 weeks project. 

     3rd 9 Weeks

    • RI 3.8:  Students explain how the author creates relationships between ideas using sentences and paragraphs to convey particular points in the text. Relationships include: cause/effect, comparisons, or first/second/third in a sequence. 
    • RI 3.9:  Students explain the similarities and differences of the key points and details provided in two texts on the same topic.
    • RL 3.9:  Students determine how the themes, settings, and plots are similar and different in stories written by the same author (books in a series) that contain the same or similar characters. 
    • RI 3.5:  Students use text features and search tools such as keywords, sidebars, and hyperlinks to help them find information specific to a topic quickly and easily.
    • RL 3.5: Students use correct terminology such as chapter, scene, and stanza when writing and talking about specific parts of stories, dramas, and poems. Students explain how each part builds on previous parts of the text. 
    • RI 3.3: Students explain the relationship within a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in a technical procedure. Students use words that are relevant to time, sequence, and cause/effect

     *Students will complete a 9 weeks project. 


    4th 9 Weeks

    • Review RL 3.1  Students ask and answer questions to show they understand the text. They use specific details in literary text to support their answers. Standard Mastery

     

    • Review RI 3.1: Students ask and answer questions to show they understand the text. They use specific details in informational text to support their answers. Standard Mastery
    • Review RI 3.2: Students establish the main idea of an informational text. They tell important details in sequential order and explain how the details strengthen the author's main idea. Standard Mastery
    • Review RI 3.4 & RL 3.4: Students examine the text to understand the meaning of words or phrases, using the context to inform their thinking and to determine which words have an effect on the overall meaning in a text. Standard Mastery
    • Review RI 3.7: Students use the words in a text and information they learned from illustrations (maps, photographs) to show they understand the text, including where, when, how, and why key events occur. Standard Mastery: 
    • Review RL 3.2:  Students recount stories including fables, folktales, and myths from various cultures. Students establish the central messages, lessons, or morals and explain how the important details helped communicate those ideas. Standard Mastery
    • Review RI 3.3,& RI 3.8: Informational text standards that teach relationships. Standard Mastery

       

      *Students will complete a 9 weeks project. 


    3rd Grade Math Standard Mastery

    1st 9 Weeks

    *NC.3.OA.1- For products of whole numbers with 2 factors up to and including 10- equal groups, equal number of objects in each group. Strategies include arrays, repeated addition, commutative and associative properties.

    *NC.3.OA.3- Represent, interpret, and solve one-step problems involving multiplication and

    division

    *NC.3.OA.9- Interpret patterns of multiplication on a hundreds board and/or multiplication table.

    *NC.3.NBT.2-Add and subtract whole numbers up to and including 1,000

    *NC.3.OA.8- Solve 2 step word problems using addition, subtraction, and multiplication-representing problems using equations with a symbol for the unknown.

    2nd 9 Weeks

    *NC.3.OA.1- For products of whole numbers with 2 factors up to and including 10- equal groups, equal number of objects in each group. Strategies include arrays, repeated addition, commutative and associative properties.

    *NC.3.OA.2-For two models of division- partition(fair share) and repeated subtraction.

    *NC.3.OA.3- Represent, interpret, and solve one-step problems involving multiplication and division

    *NC.3.OA.6- Solve an unknown-factor problem, by using division or changing it to a multiplication problem.

    *NC.3.OA.7- Demonstrate fluency with multiplication and division with factors, quotients and divisors up to and including 10.

    *NC.3.OA.8- Solve 2 step word problems using addition, subtraction, and multiplication-representing problems using equations with a symbol for the unknown.

    *NC.3.OA.9- Interpret patterns of multiplication on a hundreds board and/or multiplication table.

    *NC.3.NBT.3-Use concrete and pictorial models, based on place value and the properties of operations, to find the product of a one-digit whole number by a multiple of 10 in the range 10-90.

    *NC.3.G.1-Two-dimensional shapes and their attributes- trapezoids, parallelogram, squares, rhombuses, rectangles.

    3rd 9 weeks

    *NC.3.MD.5- Find the area of a rectangle by covering it with unit squares.

    *NC.3.MD.7- Relate area to multiplication and addition

    *NC.3.MD.8- Solve problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, and finding an unknown side length.

    *NC.3.OA.9- Interpret patterns of multiplication on a hundreds board and/or multiplication table.

    *NC.3.NF.1- Interpret unit fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 as quantities formed when a whole is partitioned into equal parts

    *NC.3.NF.2- Fractions on a number line

    *NC.3.NF.3- Finding equivalent fractions

    *NC.3.NF.4- Comparing fractions using <, >, =

    4th 9 Weeks

    *NC.3.OA.9- Interpret patterns of multiplication on a hundreds board and/or multiplication table.

    *NC.3.MD.2- Solve problems using customary measurement

    *NC.3.MD.1- Tell and write time to the nearest minute.  Solve word problems using addition and subtraction of time intervals within the same hour.