Semester Overview

Grade 3
Academic Year 2017/2018

English

Teacher Tim

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1 What a Coincidence!

·         What is a complete sentence?

·         Introduce the concept of characters & setting

·         Associate short vowel sounds with the correct letters

·         Fluency practice

·         Writing trait: ideas

·         Introduce -ed, -ing, sentence types and review fluency of reading. This is in preparation for week 2

This, went, jump, still, last, dust, tell, drop, shut, lamp, stop, felt, drink, clock, stand
2 Miss Mills

·         Correctly use -ed and -ing at the end of words identify the final ‘e’, CVC rules and identify root words

·         Reading comprehension (main idea and supporting details of a story)

·         Exclamations, command phrases and periods

·         Know the difference between questions and statements, introduce the interview form

·         Fluency exercises

·         Introduce for next week: subjects, predicates, finding information in a book, long vowel digraph

Saved, moved, riding, waking, pulled, taking, hopped, baking, picked, having, letting, running, drawing, folded, shopped

ED and ING forms.

3 Down the Hill

·         Introduce long vowel digraphs. ee, ea, ai ay, oa, and ow

·         How to locate information in books and use alphabetical order

·         Complete subject, simple subject, predicates

·         Writing trait: organizing writing

·         Writing form: paragraph of information

·         Fluency exercises

·         Introduce for next week

Deep, play, lean, glow, team, away, slow, trail, dream, stain, toast, speed, raise, sweet, layer
4 Mae Jemison

·         Pluralize words correctly using ‘s’ ‘es; and ‘ies’ and be able to identify the root words

·         Logical ordering of information in writing – biographies

·         How to use a dictionary

·         Compound Subjects and compound predicates

·         Writing trait: organization of biography

·         Writing form: biography

·         Fluency exercises

·         Introduce for next week

Ants, toys, flies, things, boxes, games, lines, rocks, wishes, ladies, dishes, babies, bushes, glasses, puppies
5 Buds and Bugs

·         Review short vowels, root words -ing and      -ed, vowel digraphs ee, ea, ai, ay, oa, ow, plurals -s –es -ies and root words, CUMULATIVE REVIEW GAME

·         Review idea of character & setting, the use of alphabetical order, use of a dictionary, locating information

·         Reviews compound subjects and compound predicates, simple subject and simple predicates, sentences commands and exclamations

·         Fluency exercises

·         Introduce for next week

Clock, drink, moved, waking, hopped, folded, stain, layer, team, slow, toast, ladies, flies, bushes, games
6 A Big Fan

·         Compound words

·         Fact and opinion, synonyms and antonyms

·         Simple sentences and compound sentences, combining sentences

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency

·         Writing form: character sketch

·         Fluency exercises

·         Intro for next week

 

Pickup, cannot, outside, bedroom, upstairs, raindrop, baseball, hallway, airplane, mailbox, sunshine, homework, classroom, something, playground
7 Champ on Patrol

·         Consonant digraph ch, ch, tsh, sh, sh, ch, w, wh

·         Fact and opinion, synonyms and antonyms

·         Nouns: common & proper

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency

·         Writing form: ‘how to’ writing (recipe)

·         Fluency exercises

·         Intro for next week

Chin, itch, push, chef, when, wash, much, sharp, pitch, where, peach, child, wheat, chance, machine
8 Pets Tell Us

·         Dipthongs ou, ou, ow, oi, oi, oy,

·         Identify main idea and details

·         Introduce more reference sources: atlas, thesaurus, encyclopedia, and dictionary

·         Abbreviations for postal states, days/months

·         Writing trait: word choice, sensory words

·         Writing form: description, using vivid and precise words

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro next week

Foil, loud, gown, coil, house, annoy, growl, moist, enjoy, round, spoil, mouse, clown, bounce, cowboy
9 More, More

·         Consonant blends, str, scr, spr, VCCCV syllable pattern (identify TR as potential syllable point)

·         Plurals (regular and irregular nouns)

·         Review main idea and details, review reference sources

·         Writing trait: word choice

·         Writing form: summary

·         Fluency exercises

·         Start reviewing for midterms

Spray, street, sprint, stripe, screen, strong, spring, stray, scream, strike, spread, string, sprout, scratch, stream
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Egg Meg

·         Consonant digraph ch, ch, tch, sh, sh, ch, w, wh. Dipthong ou, ou, ow, oi, oi, oy Consonant blend str, scr, spr,

·         Common & proper nouns, abbreviations: titles, address, month, day, state, singular & plural nouns s, -es, y – ies rules

·         Identify main idea and details

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Airplane, upstairs, something, itch, chef, wheat, chance, push, enjoy, moist, clown, loud, sprint, street, scratch
13 Proud of You

·         Singular & plural possessive noun

·         Consonant before LE sound

·         Identify plot & context clues

·         Writing trait: voice (elicit feelings and emotion) read simple sentences

·         Writing form: paragraph that compares

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Title, table, uncle, apple, cable, bubble, beetle, rattle, purple, little, middle, simple, saddle, trouble, scribble
14 Her Pal Max

·         Digraph n, kn, gn, r, wr, f, gh

·         Use context clues, plot

·         Singular & plural pronouns

·         Writing trait: voice. Read explanation of writer’s voice and practice

·         Writing form: realistic story

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Gnat, knew, sign, know, gnaw, write, knees, wrinkle, kneel, wrist, cough, known, rough, wrench, knight
15 Plants

·         Consonants s, c, j, g, dge

·         Using graphic aids, author’s purpose

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency – detail organizer

·         Writing form: explanation (Explain a trip)

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

 Ice, age, rice, edge, stage, giant, range, judge, ledge, police, recent, bridge, office, strange, central
16 What is Inside?

·         V/CV and VC/V syllable patterns

·         Pronoun-antecedent agreement in number, pronoun antecedent agreement in gender

·         Author’s purpose, using graphic aids

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency

·         Writing form: cause and effect

Robin, petal, seven, solid, final, given, color, hotel, wagon, music, total, cabin, taken, pupil, broken
17 Did You Know?

review

·         Consonant digraph n/kn, gn, r/wr, f/gh

·         Consonant sounds s/c, j/g, dge

·         V/CV VC/V syllable patterns

·         Author’s purpose, using graphic aids, using context clues and identifying plot

·         Singular & plural nouns, subject & object pronouns, pronoun antecedent agreement

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro to next week

Title, rattle, saddle, gnat, knight, wrench, rough, edge, police, giant, judge, hotel, seven, broken, taken
18 Sue and the Big Bad Wolf

·         R controlled vowel (or/or, ore). Or/our/oar/ar

·         Recap compare & contrast + Venn diagrams

·         Adjectives of kind

·         Prefixes & suffixes re, un, ful, less.

·         Writing trait: conventions in writing

·         Writing form: character sketch

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Coarse, warm, soar, wore, swarm, form, story, warn, bore, sport, glory, force, course, before, fourth
19 Review
20 Finals

English

 

Term 2

 

21 How Flea Saved the River

·         R controlled vowels – ur/er/ir/ur, ur/or/ear

·         Correct use of ‘est’ on the end of words

·         Prefixes and Suffixes – dis, er, est, ly

·         Using more and most (superlative and comparative adjectives)

·         Compare & contract recap

·         Writing trait: conventions

·         Writing form: play scenes

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Word, girl, burn, work, hurt, verse, purse, clerk, earth, perfect, first, pearl, answer, person, thirsty
22 Gramps and the Fiddle Barn

·         Suffixes er, est, ly, ful

·         Theme, follow directions (writing/following)

·         When to use ‘a’ and ‘an’ for singular and the for singular and plural

·         Writing trait: voice

·         Writing form: story dialogue

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Nicer, finest, useful, bigger, really, nicest, faster, lonely, quickly, careful, smaller, playful, biggest, slowly, thankful
23 Half-a-Chick

·         Prefixes un, re, dis

·         Theme, follow directions

·         Subject verb agreement and action verbs

·         Writing trait: voice

·         Writing form: folktale

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Undo, redo, dislike, react, refill, uneasy, reread, unlike, remove, dishonest, unhappy, rebuild, displease, uncover, rewrite
24 Finding Facts at the Theater

·         R controlled vowel sounds – or, or, ore, our, oar, ar

·         Recap suffixes er, es, tly, ful prefixes and suffixes

·         Compare and contrast, reteach theme, introduce articles

·         Adjectives that compare (superlative and comparative), action verbs

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Form, wore, fourth, soar, warn, perfect, girl, burn, work, earth, bigger, finest, lonely, refill, dishonest
25 Snow Birds

·         Vowel variants oo, oo, ew, ue, ui, oo, oo

·         Subject verb agreement with BE. Compound subject verb agreement with BE.

·         Sequence of events in writing, author’s message

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency

·         Writing form: explanation

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Threw, cool, foot, cook, bruise, hook, tool, brook, booth, school, choose, balloon, cartoon, afternoon, understood
26 Flying Tigers

·         Vowel variant –o/o, au (gh), aw, a(l), ough

·         Sequences, author’s message

·         Common helping verbs

·         Main and Helping verbs in predicates

·         Writing trait: sentence fluency

·         Writing form summary

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

·

Ought, soft, yawn, walk, long, also, thaw, lost, cause, taught, pause, straw, false, author, almost
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show
30 Christmas Holiday
31 The Ridiculous Challenge

·         Prefixes ‘pre’, ‘mis’, and ‘in’

·         Cause and effect, tense, present tense

·         Homophones

·         Subject verb agreement

·         Writing trait: organization

·         Writing form: fantasy

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Input, preset, misuse, inside, preview, incorrect, pretest, mislead, preheat, indoors, misplace, preschool, misread, mismatch, misspell
32 Carly’s Show and Tell

·         Accented and unaccented syllables – schwa/a/and unaccented syllables. 2 syllable schwas, 2 syllable schwas.

·         Cause and effect, homophones

·         Past tense, future tense recap present

·         Writing trait: organization

·         Writing form: persuasion

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Upon, above, cover, apart, either, alike, awake, afraid, across, agree, ever, amount, ahead, alive, around
33 Leroy

·         Vowel variants – oo, oo, ew, ue, ui, oo/oo, o/o/au(gh), aw, a(l), ough. Prefixes pre, mis, in, schwa a

·         Sequences, authors message, cause and effect

·         Main and helping verbs, homophones

·         Verb to be

·         Present/past/future tense verbs

·         Cumulative review

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Choose, booth, foot, bruise, threw, soft, cause, thaw, false, preschool, misspell, indoors, apart, across, around
34 Splash’s Surprise

·         Suffixes ‘-tion’ and ‘-sion’

·         Make inferences

·         Irregular verbs with helping verbs, misused irregular verbs

·         Words that mean more than one thing

·         Writing trait: word choice

·         Writing form: directions

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Section, caution, fiction, nation, action, vision, vacation, motion, question, mention, station, attention, portion, collection, session
35 Spiders Without Webs

·         V/V syllable pattern

·         Inferring, multi meaning words.

·         Adverbs that describe how, where and when, comparing with adverbs

·         Writing trait: word choice

·         Writing form: explanation

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week.

Lion, dial, idea, neon, science, area, radio, quiet, piano, fluid, video, loyal, stereo, pliers, create
36 Our Science Project

·         Suffixes – able, ible, less, ous

·         Making predictions

·         Subject pronoun contractions, negative verb contractions

·         Homographs, double negatives

·         When to capitalize letters

·         Writing trait: ideas

·         Writing form: descriptive writing

·         Fluency practice

·         Intro for next week

Doable, famous, careless, various, endless, reliable, nervous, useless, flexible, washable, helpless, terrible, valuable, dangerous, powerless
37 The Moon

·         Prefixes bi, non, over

·         Make predictions, capitalization, and homographs

·         Commas to order ideas

·         Quotation marks and underlines with titles and text

·         Writing trait: ideas

·         Writing form: paragraph that contrasts

·         Reading comprehension (making predictions)

Overnight, bicycle, nonstop, overdue, overlook, biweekly, overflow, nonsense, oversee, overhead, nonfiction, overcoat, nonfat, overdone, biplane
38 Trip to Mars

·         Suffixes – tion, sion, able, ible, less, ous. V/V syllable pattern

·         Make inferences and predictions

·         Irregular verbs, adverbs, multi meaning words

·         Contractions

·         Writing traits: conventions

·         Cumulative review

Vision, caution, session, fluid, piano, loyal, reliable, flexible, powerless, dangerous, famous, biplane, nonstop, overnight, oversee
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Science

Teacher Mike

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1 Unit 1 Investigating Questions

     Lesson 1 – 2

 

·         A look at how scientists investigate answers to different problems and questions.

Observe

Infer

Predict

Investigation

Experiment

Variable

 

2 Unit 1 Investigating Questions

     Lesson 3 – 4

 

·         A look at how scientists investigate answers to different problems and questions

 

Microscope

Graduated cylinder

Thermometer

Temperature

Aquarium

 

3 Unit 1 Investigating Questions

     Lesson 5 – 6

     Unit Review

 

·         A look at how scientists investigate answers to different problems and questions

Data

Evidence

Chart

Data table

Bar graph

 

4 Unit 2 The Engineering Process

     Lesson 1 – 2

 

·         A look at the role of Engineers in our daily lives. We will learn how the work and solve problems. Also we will learn about some of the greatest engineering achievements.

 

 

 

Design process

Planning

Building

 

5 Unit 2 The Engineering Process

     Lesson 3 – 4

 

·         A look at the role of Engineers in our daily lives. We will learn how the work and solve problems. Also we will learn about some of the greatest engineering achievements.

 

Technology

Society

 

6 Unit 2 The Engineering Process

     Careers in science: Civil engineer

     Unit review

 

·         A look at the role of Engineers in our daily lives. We will learn how the work and solve problems. Also we will learn about some of the greatest engineering achievements.

 

 

Homework: Pick one major engineering achievement draw and give 3 facts about it.

 

7 Unit 3 Plants and Animals

     Lesson 1 – 2

 

·         Learn about how different animals and plants adapt to changes in their environment and how to identify them.

·          We will also learn about the life cycle of different plants and animals.

 

Project :

Throughout this unit we will plant and grow sunflowers using recycled plastic as self-watering pots.

Life cycle

Germinate

Flower

Reproduce

Pollen

Pollination

Spores

Metamorphosis

Larva

Pupa

 

 

8 Unit 3 Plants and Animals

     Lesson 3 – 5

 

·         Learn about how different animals and plants adapt to changes in their environment and how to identify them.

We will also learn about the life cycle of different plants and animals.

 

Adaption

Camouflage

Mimicry

 

9 Unit 3 Plants and Animals

     Lesson 6

     S.T.E.M

     Unit 3 Review

 

·         Learn about how different animals and plants adapt to changes in their environment and how to identify them.

We will also learn about the life cycle of different plants and animals.

Behaviour

Learned behaviours

Instinct

Hibernate

Migrate

Preservation ( S.T.E.M )

 

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Unit 4 Ecosystems and Interactions

     Lesson 1 – 2

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about ecosystems. We will learn how and why different animals need different ecosystems. We will also study how they interact within the ecosystem.

 

Environment

Ecosystem

Habitat

Population

Community

 

13 Unit 4 Ecosystems and Interactions

     Lesson 3 – 4

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about ecosystems. We will learn how and why different animals need different ecosystems. We will also study how they interact within the ecosystem.

Producer

Photosynthesis

Consumer

Decomposer

Food chain

 

14 Unit 4 Ecosystems and Interactions

     Lesson 5

     S.T.E.M

     Unit Review

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about ecosystems. We will learn how and why different animals need different ecosystems. We will also study how they interact within the ecosystem.

Erosion

Flood

Drought

 

15 Unit 5 Changes to Earth’s Surface

     Lesson 1 – 2

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about how the Earth’s surface changes over time. We will learn about the different ways it changes and how they affect living things.

Landform

Valley

Canyon

Mountains

Plain

Plateau

Weathering

Erosion

Glacier

16 Unit 5 Changes to Earth’s Surface

     S.T.E.M

     Lesson 3 – 4

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about how the Earth’s surface changes over time. We will learn about the different ways it changes and how they affect living things

Earthquake

Volcano

Flood

 

17 Unit 5 Changes to Earth’s Surface

     Meet Earth’s Scientists

     Unit 5 Review

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about how the Earth’s surface changes over time. We will learn about the different ways it changes and how they affect living things.

 

Project :

Pick one of Earths major features and design a information poster about it.

Earthquake

Volcano

Flood

 

 

 

18 Unit 5 Changes to Earth’s Surface

Review all vocabulary to ensure all students understand.

 

·         In this unit we will look and learn about how the Earth’s surface changes over time. We will learn about the different ways it changes and how they affect living things.

Landform

Valley

Canyon

Mountains

Plain

Plateau

Weathering

Erosion

Glacier

Earthquake

Volcano

Flood

19 Review
20 Finals

Science

 

Term 2

 

21 Unit 6 People and Resources

     Lesson 1

 

·         We will look at the differences between resources and how you can tell the differences between renewable and non-renewable. We will also look at what we can do to preserve them.

 

Natural resource

Renewable resource

Non-renewable resource

Fossil fuels

Conservation

Pollution

 

22 Unit 6 People and Resources

     Lesson 2 – 3

 

·         We will look at the differences between resources and how you can tell the differences between renewable and non-renewable. We will also look at what we can do to preserve them.

Soil

Humus

Sand

Silt

Clay

Nutrients

 

23 Unit 6 People and Resources

     People in Science

     S.T.E.M

     Unit 6 Review

 

·         We will look at the differences between resources and how you can tell the differences between renewable and non-renewable. We will also look at what we can do to preserve them.

Project:

 

Ask the students to create a poster displaying the different types of renewable energy.

 

24 Unit 7 Water and Weather

     Lesson 1

     Careers in Science

 

·         We will look at the water cycle and study each step in detail. We will also look at different weather types and patterns.

Salt water

Fresh water

Evaporation

Condensation

Precipitation

Water cycle

Hydrologists

 

25 Unit 7 Water and Weather

     Lesson 2

 

·         We will look at the water cycle and study each step in detail. We will also look at different weather types and patterns.

Atmosphere

Oxygen

Weather

Temperature

Tornado

Blizzard

Thunderstorm

Hurricane

 

26 Unit 7 Water and Weather

     Lesson 3

     S.T.E.M

     Unit 7 Review

 

·         We will look at the water cycle and study each step in detail. We will also look at different weather types and patterns.

Atmosphere

Oxygen

Weather

Temperature

Tornado

Blizzard

Thunderstorm

Hurricane

 

27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Unit 8 Earth and the Moon

     Lesson 1

 

·         We will look at the solar system and all the planets in it. We will also study and understand the phases of the moon

Axis

Rotation

Revolution

Phase

Tides

 

30 Christmas Holiday
31 Unit 8 Earth and the Moon

     People in Science

     Lesson 2

     The Solar System

 

·         We will look at the solar system and all the planets in it. We will also study and understand the phases of the moon.

Project:

 

Make posters in Groups with 3 facts about each planet.

32 Unit 8 Earth and the Moon

     S.T.E.M

     Unit 8 Review

 

·         We will look at the solar system and all the planets in it. We will also study and understand the phases of the moon

 

 

 

33

Unit 9 Matter

     Lesson 1

     Careers in Science

 

·         We will look at the different states of matter and learn about how matter can change state. We will also lean to identify the differences between different types of matter.

 

Matter

Physical

Property

Mass

Volume

Temperature

 

34 Unit 9 Matter

     Lesson 2 – 3

 

·         We will look at the different states of matter and learn about how matter can change state. We will also lean to identify the differences between different types of matter.

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Evaporation

Condensation

 

35 Unit 9 Matter

     Lesson 4 – 5

     S.T.E.M

     Unit 9 Review

 

·         We will look at the different states of matter and learn about how matter can change state. We will also lean to identify the differences between different types of matter.

Physical change

Mixture

Solution

Chemical change

 

 

36 Unit 10 Simple and Compound Machines

     Lesson 1

 

·         We will look at the different types of machines that we use in everyday life. Also we will look in detail into how these machines have developed over time.

Work

Simple machine

Lever

Fulcrum

Wheel-and-axle

Pulley

 

37 Unit 10 Simple and Compound Machines

     S.T.E.M

     Lesson 2

 

·         We will look at the different types of machines that we use in everyday life. Also we will look in detail into how these machines have developed over time.

Inclined plane

Wedge

Screw

Compound Machine

 

38 Unit 10 Simple and Compound Machines

     Lesson 3

     People in Science

     Unit 10 Review

 

·         We will look at the different types of machines that we use in everyday life. Also we will look in detail into how these machines have developed over time.

Project:

 

Ask students to think off a new machine that could help them in their everyday lives. Make a small poster to explain how it works.

39 Review
40 Finals

 

Math

Teacher Mark

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1 Chapter 1: Addition and Subtraction Within 1,000

·         Focus is on Addition (Estimating Sums, Rounding Sums, Number Patterns, Solving Simple Addition Word Problems)

Associative Property of Addition, Commutative Property of Addition, Identity Property of Addition, Estimate, Round.
2 Chapter 1: Addition and Subtraction Within 1,000

·         Subtraction to find Differences using Mental Math, Estimation.

·         Using Standard Place Value Method to show Subtraction Working.

Difference, Pattern.
3 Chapter 2: Represent and Interpret Data

·         Learning how to Collect and Organize Data

·         Compute the results onto charts such as the Simple Bar Graph or Picture Graph.

Frequency Table, Horizontal and Vertical Bar Graph, Scale, Key, Picture Graph.
4 Chapter 2: Represent and Interpret Data

·         Learning how to read and interpret the Data.

·         Solve Simple word Problems from reading the data collected.

·         Introduction to another type of chart(Line Plots)

Line Plot, Tally Table,
5 Chapter 3: Understand Multiplication

·         Understand the concept and rationale for Multiplication.

·         Relate Multiplication to Addition using Arrays or Number Line.

·         Try to do simple word problem involving Multiplication.

Array, Equal Groups, Multiply, Product.
6 Chapter 3: Understand Multiplication

·         Using Models such as the Array to find the Multiplication answers.

·         Understand the Commutative law of Multiplication.

·         Focus on simple Multiplication of 1 and 0.

Commutative, Identity and Zero Property of Multiplication, Factor.
7 Chapter 4: Multiplication Facts and Strategies

·         Building on students’ expertise in Multiplication with higher order Multiplication of 2,3,4,5,6,10.

·         Illustrate to students on simplifying Multiplication problems using the Distributive Property.

 

Distributive Property, factor, product, multiple.
8 Chapter 4: Multiplication Facts and Strategies

·         Focus on Multiplication of 7,8,9.

·         Solving simple Multiplication word problem.

·         Identifying Patterns in the Multiplication Table and the Associative Property of Multiplication.

Associative Property of Multiplication. Multiplication Table Patterns.
9 ·         Chapter 1-4 In Class Test.

·         Mental Sums Exercise on Multiplication.

·         Activity on Remembering the Multiplication Table.

10 Review Chapters 1 to 4.
11 Midterms Chapters 1 to 4.
12 Going through the answers in the Midterms.

Chapter 5: Use Multiplication Facts

·         Finding Unknown numbers in a Multiplication Equation.

·         Identifying Patterns using Tables for Multiplication.

Pattern, Equation, Array.
13 Chapter 5: Use Multiplication Facts

·         Problem Solving with the aid of the Distributive Property.

·         Multiplying Strategies with Multiples of 10 using Models/Number Line.

Distributive Property, Multiples, Factor, Product.
14 Chapter 6: Understand Division

·         Understand Division as the opposite of Multiplication.

·         Concept of Equal Grouping using Bar Models.

·         Relate Division to the Subtraction operation.

Divide, Dividend, Divisor, Equal Groups, Quotient.
15 Chapter 6: Understand Division

·         Identifying the link between Multiplication and Division using arrays.

·         Write related facts of Multiply and Divide.

·         Division result for 0 and 1.

Inverse Operations, Related Facts, Factor.
16 Chapter 7: Division Facts and Strategies

·         Learning to Divide with 2,3,4,5,6,10.

·         Making use of Multiplication, Models and Subtraction to reinforce the concept of Division.

Dividend, Divisor, Equation, Inverse Operations, Related Facts, quotient, product.
17 Chapter 7: Division Facts and Strategies

·         Dividing with higher order numbers 7,8,9.

·         Solving 2 step word problems involving the 4 operations of Plus, Minus, Multiply and Divide.

Order of Operations.
18 ·         Chapter 5, 6, 7 summary and in Class test.

·         Mental Sums Calculation of all Multiplication, Division problems covered so far.

·         Supplementary Exercises Worksheets or Online for students to practice.

19 Review Chapters 1 to 7.
20 Finals Chapters 1 to 7.

Math

 

Term 2

 

21 Chapter 8: Understand Fractions

·         Concept of Fraction

·         Equal Parts of a whole and writing Unit Fraction.

·         Writing Fraction of a Whole or on a Number Line.

Fraction, Equal Parts, Numerator, Denominator, Unit Fraction.
22 Chapter 8: Understand Fractions

·         Relating Fractions to Whole number using Number Line.

·         Fractions written as part of a Group.

·         Solve simple Word Problems involving Fractions.

Fraction, Halves, Fourths, Eighths, Sixths, Whole, Thirds.
23 Chapter 9: Compare Fractions

·         Comparing Fractions of the same Numerator.

·         Comparing Fractions of the same Denominator.

·         Comparing Fractions of Different Numerator and Denominator.

Numerator, Denominator, Equal Parts, Less than, Greater than.
24 Chapter 9: Compare Fractions

·         Order Fractions according to their sizes.

·         Finding Equivalent Fractions by finding Common Multiples of the Denominators.

·         Proving Equivalence using Models.

Equivalent Fractions, Eighths.
25 Chapter 10: Time, Length, Liquid Volume and Mass

·         Focus is on Reading the Time Correctly to Minutes.

·         Understanding the unit of Time and the separation of A.M and P.M.

·         Measuring and Using Time Intervals to solve simple word Problems.

A.M., Elapsed Time, P.M., Minute, Hour, Second, Midnight, Noon.
26 Chapter 10: Time, Length, Liquid Volume and Mass

·         Measuring Length and understand the various units of Measurement such as cm and inch.

·         Estimating lengths based on pictures shown.

·         Measuring Liquid Volume and the units.

Inch, Liter, Liquid Volume, Length.
27 Review Chapters 8 to 10.
28 Midterms Chapters 8 to 10.
29 Chapter 10: Time, Length, Liquid Volume and Mass

·         Estimating Liquid Volume.

·         Estimate Mass and their units of Measurement.

·         Solve Simple Word Problems regarding Liquid Volume and Mass.

·         Able to see the relationship between Mass and Liquid Volume.

Mass, gram, kilogram,Halves,
30 Christmas Holiday
31 ·         Short Mini in-Class quiz to recap with students the materials from the past 3 Chapters.

·         Some in-Class experiments related to the Chapter to be carried out using measuring flask, ruler, weighing scale etc.

Chapters 8 to 10.
32 Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area

·         Model the concept of Perimeter to find out its practical usage.

·         How to find Perimeter

·         Tweaking the question to get students to find length of the unknown side.

Length, centimeter, Perimeter.
33 Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area

·         Understanding Area and its usage.

·         Measuring Areas of regular shaped objects.

·         Creating Figures out of a given Area.

Area, Square Unit, Unit Square.
34 Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area

·         Finding Area/Perimeter of Composite Figures.

·         Finding Area/Perimeter of Rectangles.

·         Drawing figures that may share same Area, but a different Perimeter vice versa.

Rectangle, Area, Perimeter.
35 Chapter 12: Two- Dimensional Shapes

·            Understand the basic terms used in Geometry.

·            Do simple descriptions of Plane Shapes and their Angles.

·            Introduction to the various Polygons’ names

Angle, Endpoint, Intersecting Lines, Line, Line Segment, Parallel, Vertex, Ray.
36 Chapter 12: Two- Dimensional Shapes

·            Introduce ways to describe the different Polygons.

·            How to recognize Polygons using the descriptions.

·            Introduction to the common Quadrilaterals which we will encounter.

Octagon, Pentagon, Parallel, Polygon, Trapezoid, Rhombus, Quadrilateral.
37 Chapter 12: Two- Dimensional Shapes

·            Be able to Draw and identify the names of the various Quadrilaterals.

·            Describe the various names and angles of Triangles.

·            Relating Geometry with the topics on Area and Fraction.

Perpendicular, Angle.
38          ·            Activity/Games  week

We will do some activities/games from the Textbook in Chapters 8-12 to reinforce the concept that were taught before so as to prepare the students better for the finals in a fun and enjoyable manner.

Chapters 8 to 12.
39 Review Chapters 8 to 12.
40 Finals Chapters 8 to 12.

 

Creative Writing

Teacher Mike

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1 Personal Introductions

 

·         We will talk about and learn how to properly introduce yourself. We will learn different ways and sentences that will help the students understand the correct way to introduce themselves to someone new.

 

2 Tell Me About Yourself

 

·         We will talk about how the different ways you can tell people about yourself. We will learn how to describe ourselves and tell people about our qualities.

 

3 Unit 1: Lesson 1 – Words with a Short a

 

·         A look at words with the short a sound.

 

Ask, Matter, Black, Add, Match, Saturday, Class, Apple, Subtract, Laugh, Thank, Catch, January, After, Hammer, Half
4 Unit 1: Lesson 2 – Words with Long a

 

·         A look at words with the long a sound.

 

Gray, Page, Great, Change, April, Face, May, Came, Save, Away, Break, Ate, Place, Pay, Late, Safe
5 Unit 1: Lesson 3 – More Words with Long a

 

·         A look at more words with the long a sound.

 

Fable, Rain, Danger, Sail, Afraid, Table, Aid, Train, Eight, Wait, Able, Aim, Weigh, They, Paint, Paper
6 Unit 1: Lesson 4 – Words with Short e

 

·         A look at words with the short e sound.

 

Next, Egg, Says, Ready, End, Help, Spent, Head, Again, Second, Forget, Dress, Said, Address, Read, Test
7 Unit 1: Lesson 5 – Plural Words

 

·         A look at words plural words.

 

Tests, Pages, Paints, Apples, Eggs, Matches, Hands, Addresses, Papers, Dresses, Hammers, Tables, Clowns, Classes, Places
8 Unit 1: Writers Workshop (page 41)

 

·         We will write and perform small role plays to reinforce the students understanding for the material we have learned over the past 5 weeks.

 

Unit 1: Lesson 6 – Review

 

·         We will go over and review the 5 previous lessons to ensure the students fully understand the topics covered.

 

All the above vocabulary will be reviewed
9 Unit 2: Lesson 7 – More Words with Short e

 

·         A look at more words with the short e sound.

 

Slept, February, Them, Never, When, Many, Sent, Kept, September, Best, Friend, Then, Cents, Wednesday, Guess, Better
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Unit 2: Lesson 8 – Words with Long e

 

·         A look at words with the long e sound.

 

Street, Please, Free, Wheel, Read, Queen, Each, Sneeze, People, Meet, Team, Sea, Need, Dream, Sleep, Meat
13 Unit 2: Lesson 9 – More Words with Long e

 

·         A look at more words with the long e sound

 

Only, Story, Key, Family, Sleepy, Carry, Sunny, These, Funny, Very, Every, City, Penny, Even, Happy, Busy
14 Unit 2: Lesson 10 – Words with Short u

 

·         A look at more words with the short e sound.

 

From, Sunday, Money, Under, Nothing, Summer, Does, Mother, Lunch, Month, Such, Front, Sun, Other
15 Unit 2: Lesson 11 – Contractions

 

·         A look at contractions and learn about when they can and should be used.

 

She’s, They’ll, I’ve, You’ll, We’ve, I’m, I’ll, You’ve, Monday, It’s, I’d, You’d, We’ll, They’d, She’ll, They’ve, He’s
16 Unit 2: Writers Workshop (page 75)

 

·         We will write and perform small role plays to reinforce the students understanding for the material we have learned over the past 5 weeks.

 

Unit 2: Lesson 12 – Review

 

·         We will go over and review the 5 previous lessons to ensure the students fully understand the topics covered.

 

All the above vocabulary will be reviewed.
17 Unit 3: Lesson 13 – More Words with Short u

 

·         A look at words with the short u sound.

 

Lovely, Just, Something, Hundred, Done, Some, Sum, One, Must, Shove, Won, Butter, Cover, Supper, None, Number
18 Unit 3: Lesson 14 – Words with Short i

 

·         A look at words with the short i sound.

 

Unit 3: Lesson 15 – Words with Long i

 

·         A look at words with the long i sound.

 

Thing, Little, Winter, Kick, Begin, River, Been, Dish, Fill, Think, Spring, Pretty, Which, December, Build, Children

 

Alike, While, Eyes, White, Line, Lion, Size, Miles, Times, Nice, Drive, Tiny, Write, Inside, Mine, Shine

19 Review
20 Finals

Creative Writing

 

Term 2

 

21 Unit 3: Lesson 16 – Words with Long i

 

·         A look at words with the long i sound.

 

Buy, Friday, Fly, Kind, Why, Child, Mind, Night, Try, Behind, Sky, Cry, High, Right, By, Light
22 Unit 3: Lesson 17 – Words with –ed or -ing

 

·         A look at words ending with – ed and –ing.

 

Ending, Wished, Asked, Guessing, Laughing, Dreamed, Rained, Waited, Meeting, Sleeping, Handed, Painted, Filled, Reading, Subtracted, Thanked
23 Unit 3: Writers Workshop (page 109)

 

·         We will write and perform small role plays to reinforce the students understanding for the material we have learned over the past 5 weeks.

 

Unit 3: Lesson 18 – Review

 

·         We will go over and review the 5 previous lessons to ensure the students fully understand the topics covered.

 

All the above vocabulary will be reviewed.
24 Unit 4: Lesson 19 – Words with Short o

 

·         A look at words with the short o sound.

 

October, Shop, Block, Bottle, O’clock, Sorry, Socks, Body, Problem, What, Jog, Wash, Was, Clock, Bottom, Forgot
25 Unit 4: Lesson 20 – Words with Long o

 

·         A look at words with the Long o sound.

 

Unit 4: Lesson 21 – More Words with Long o

 

·         A look at words with the Long o sound.

 

Slow, Hole, Hope, Blow, Joke, Wrote, Show, Know, Yellow, Goes, Toe, Alone, Hole, Snow, Close, November

 

Most, Coat, Ago, Hold, Hello, Cocoa, Open, Loaf, Over, Comb, Toast, Almost, Boat, Both, Road, Gold

 

26 Unit 4: Lesson 22 – Words with /oo/

 

·         A look at words with the Long /oo/ sound.

 

Unit 4: Lesson 23 – Words with –ed or -ing

 

·         A look at words ending with – ed or

– ing.

 

Book, Took, Cook, Sure, Should, Stood, Wood, Could, Put, Pour, Foot, Shook, Would, Full, Cookies, Pull

 

Sneezed, Smiling, Beginning, Hoped, Dropping, Shining, Stopped, Pleased, Dropped, Liked, Taking, Driving, Closed, Jogging, Hopping, Shopping

 

27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Unit 5: Lesson 25 – Words with /oo/ or /yoo/

 

·         A look at words with the Long /oo/ or /yoo/ sound.

 

Unit 5: Lesson 26 – Words with /ur/

 

·         A look at words with the /ur/ sound.

 

Noon, Huge, Few, Used, Tooth, Blue, School, June, Tuesday, Who, Knew, Two, True, Too, News, Move

 

Curl, World, Learn, Turn, Were, Girl, Word, Third, Bird, Work, Earth, First, Thursday, Dirt, Worm, Fur

30 Christmas Holiday
31 Unit 5: Lesson 27 – Words with /a/

 

·         A look at words with the /a/ sound.

 

Unit 5: Lesson 28 – Words with /oi/

 

·         A look at words with the /oi/ sound.

 

Dark, Yard, Art, Market, Garden, Hard, Heart, Bark, Father, March, Arm, Barn, Start, Star, Card, Sharp

 

Coin, Boy, Choice, Spoil, Royal, Boil, Voice, Toy, Soil, Joy, Noise, Point, Broil, Enjoy, Join, Oil

 

32 Unit 5: Lesson 29 – More Contractions

 

·         A look at contractions and learn about when they can and should be used.

 

Unit 5: Lesson 30 – Review

 

·         We will go over and review the 5 previous lessons to ensure the students fully understand the topics covered.

 

Isn’t, Weren’t, Can’t, Doesn’t, Hadn’t, Mustn’t, Wouldn’t, Won’t, Shouldn’t, Aren’t, Wasn’t, Don’t, Couldn’t, Didn’t, Hasn’t, Haven’t

 

33 Unit 6: Lesson 31 – Words with /o/

 

·         A look at words with the /o/ sound.

 

Draw, Walk, Bought, Because, Frog, Along, Long, Talk, Water, Always, Brought, Off, Belong, Mall, Strong, Tall
34 Unit 6: Lesson 32 – More words with /o/

 

·         A look at more words with the /o/ sound.

 

August, Morning, Four, Floor, North, Born, Fork, Sport, Quart, Pour, Popcorn, Before, Autumn, Corner, Storm, Door
35 Unit 6: Lesson 33 – Words with /ou/

 

·         A look at more words with the /ou/ sound.

 

House, Flower, Town, Sound, Ground, Tower, Found, Brown, About, Hour, Power, Down, Around, Count, Our, Owl
36 Unit 6: Lesson 34 – Words with /ir, /ar/ or /ir/

 

·         A look at more words with the /ir/, /ar/ or /ir/ sound.

 

Near, Care, Where, Hear, Wire, Stairs, Deer, Hair, Ear, Year, Tire, Here, Dear, Chair, Air, Fire
37 Unit 6: Lesson 35 – Words with –er or -est

 

·         A look at more words with the –er or -est sound.

 

Taller, Tallest, Longer, Longest, Dirtier, Dirtiest, Hotter, Sharpest, Hottest, Stronger, Strongest, Greater, Greatest, Funnier, Funniest, Sharper

 

38 Unit 6: Writers Workshop (page 211)

 

·         We will write and perform small role plays to reinforce the students understanding for the material we have learned over the past 5 weeks.

 

Unit 6: Lesson 36 – Review

 

·         We will go over and review the 5 previous lessons to ensure the students fully understand the topics covered.

 

All the above vocabulary will be reviewed.
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Social Studies

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1 Tradition and culture

·         Costumes, food, homes, religion, houses, languages P7-13

·         Loy krathong

·         Songkran

·         Wai

·         Activity 1

·         Summarise the benefits of family and local tradition.

·         Share an aspect from their culture.

Commemorate, respect, tradition, culture, community, wai.
2 Tradition and culture

Important holidays –  royal

·         Monarchs birthday (king and queen)

·         Chulalongkorn day

·         Constitution day

·         Coronation day.

·         Chakri memorial day

Religious holidays

·         P 18 – p 19

Traditional holidays

·         P20-21

·         Activity 5 pg 25

·         Enrichment activity 1 pg 26-27

 

Date, official, exemplary, nation, memorial, coronation.
3 Democracy

·         Specify the role and duty of community members in participating in the democratic process

·         Learn the democratic method

·         Guidelines for democractic principles

·         Practice 1 (page 32)

Democracy, method, govern, liberty, equality, voting.
4 Democracy

·         Analyse different decision making processes

·         How has their lives changed from a popular vote.

·         Voting in school – do a mock vote to choose a class leader.

·         Democracy in their community

·         Enrichment activity 2

Indirect, direct, principles, reasonable, developed,
5 Goods and services

Desire and necessity

·         Distinguish between desire and necessity in goods and services.

·         Types of goods and services

·         Activity 1 p 51

·         What do my friends and I want page 52

Goods, services, desire, necessity, distinguish, limited.
6 Goods and services – how they’re made and sold (economics)

·         Can explain how limited resources affect production of goods and services

·         Factors of production

·         Explain why trade competition affects price of goods and services

·         Consumer demands

·         Activity 2 p63

·         Practice 2 p 64 – 65

 

Principle, benefit, reasonable, entrepreneur, labour.
7 Expenditure

·         Recording of daily income and expenses, planning future expenditure, benefits of doing this.

·         Analyzing their own expenditure

·         Enrichment activity 1 p69 – 71

 

Analyze, expenditure, unnecessary, income, savings, tax
8 Taxes

·         What is it, who pays and how does it work

What taxes are collected by who

·         Difference between direct and indirect tax

·         Activity 1 p74

·         Payment of taxes and tax collection agencies

·         Activity 2 and practice 1 p76 – 78

 

Levy, government, national, development agencies
9 Taxes

·         Goods and services provided by the government (state owned enterprise) – water, electricity schools, public welfare etc

·         Provided directly, provided through state owned enterprise, how are these different.

·         Activity 3 p 79

·         Enrichment activity 2 p80 –82

Enterprise, state, welfare, permanent, dormitory, cement
10 Review

End of chapter tests as practice

11 Midterms
12 Environment: Physical characteristics

·         Similarities and differences between the two picture on p 88

·         What are physical characteristics – landscape climate, natural resources.

·         What are the physical characteristics of Chiang Mai and northern Thailand.

 

Characteristic, consist, physical, settlement, landscape, natural resources, climate.
13 Environment: Relationship between environment and life

Difference between the environments that humans occupy.

·         Find video resource showing coastal, plains, desert, forest, river etc.

·         How does this effect life and work?

·         Practice 1 p92

 Plain, agriculture, fishing, “making a” living, lifestyle, pottery
14 Urban and rural communities

·         identify the differences

·         look at different examples

·         cover suburban

·         do practice 2 and enrichment 1 p 95-96

Urbans, rural, suburban, close-knit, income, settlement, occupation.
15 Locations.

·         Different ways of giving the location of something: address, direction (n s e w), distance from.

·         Practice these skills outside.

Geographical, address, direction, north south east west, distance – meters/km’s
16 Maps

·         What is it? Physical and specific

·         What is scale and how does it work

·         Key

·         Direction that a map always points

·         What’s it for!

·         Do practice 1 p103 and 104

Map, physical map, specific map, scale, key, characteristics, sympols.
17 Diagrams

·         Whats a diagram

·         Understand scale

·         Why it is usually shown in a bird eye view

·         Draw their map of the school

·         Look at pictures of terrific tree houses online and then take the students out to find their ‘ideal tree’ that they’d build a tree house in.

·         Mark their tree on their map and write directions of how to get there from the main gate.

Birds eye view, diagram, orchard, canal, temple, market
18 Photographs + tools to determine locations

·         How can photos help us give information about a place?

·         What are the three types of photograph?

·         Practice 2 p 106

·         Difference between standard and non standard measuring tools

·         Compasses

·         Activity 2 pg 109

·         Enrichment 2 p 110 – 111

Illustrates, tool, satellite, aerial content, photograph/photo, measurement
19 Review
20 Finals

 

 

 

Social Studies

 

Term 2

 

21 Our environment – characteristics of a community.

·         Tell relationships between physical and social characteristics of the community

·         Cover the differences between urban and rural area.

·         Cover – landscape features, climate and natural resources.

Physical, landscape, resources, climate, plateau, settlement.
22 Our environment – relationship between environment and life.

·         Examples of how our physical environment affects the lifestyle of a community.

·         Show video about fishermen, farmers, desert traders – link their livelihood to their environment and then ask for more examples the students know about.

·         Do practice 1

Employment, career, resources, environment,
23
24  

·         Urban and rural communites.

Identify and understand differences.

 

Urban, rural, suburban, dense, population, sparse
25 Our environment and natural resources.

·         Compare environmental changes in the community from the past to the present

·         Talk about why and how these changes have occurred and do exercise 1 page 116.

·         Ask do you think rivers are still important to the people of Thailand, and discuss.

 

26  

Our environment and natural resources

·         Thailand’s energy consumption and method conduct a research class into these facts and figures.

Oil, renewables, wind, hydro electric, natural gas.
27 Review
28 Midterms
29
30 Christmas Holiday
31 The environment past and present

·         Compare environmental changes in the past to the present

·         How do we depend on natural resources

·         How do we depend now vs in the past?

·         Practice 1 p116

Natural resources, oil, gasoline, aeroplane, river, ocean, natural gas
32 The environment past and present

·         compare environmental changes in the past to the present

·         Investigate how and when humans started to use the environment and our natural resources.

·         Identify the importance of the industrial revolution.

Industrial, research, pollution, machinery.
33 Reliance on environment and natural resources

·         Explain dependence on the environment and natural resources in meeting basic needs and livelihood of human beings.

·         What are the differences between man made and natural resources?

·         How do we use them in our every day lives.

Exhaustable, inexhaustible, renewable, coal petroleum, natural gas
34 Reliance on environment and natural resources

·         explain dependence on the environment and natural resources in meeting basic needs and livelihood of human beings.

·         How are they produced and how much does Thailand rely on each.

Exhaustable, inexhaustible, renewable, coal petroleum, natural gas
35 Changes to the environment

·         Be aware of the environmental changes in the community

Flooding, climate change, noise pollution.
36 Changes to the environment

·         Project – make a diorama of a river valley, build a dam in it and then show students what happens when you pour water inside.

37 Environmental pollution

·         Explain about pollution and origin of pollution caused by man.

·         Identify different types of pollution and how they are made.

·         Conserving natural resources in the home such as water, electricity and air conditioning.

Air water noise soil ocean pollution, chemical, substances, emission
38 Environmental pollution.

·         Explain about pollution and origin of pollution caused by man.

·         How is air and water and soil pollution affecting our environment here and across the world?

·         Activity 3 p124 and 125

Air water noise soil ocean pollution, chemical, substances, emission
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Health

Physical Health

 

Term 1

 

Week

Objective

Keywords

1-2 Good eating habits: The students should be made aware of the importance of eating regular meals.

 

Regular meals, lunch, breakfast, dinner, diet
3-4 The Healthy Eating Pyramid: The students should learn all the categories of food required for a healthy diet.

 

Meat, fruit, vegetables, rice, alternatives
5 Food Detective: The students will have to think about food that is available in the school making themselves aware of food available every day and food that is available only once a week.

 

Junk food, healthy food, types of fruit and veg. sugar based foods
6-7 Am I eating right? : Instigate a discussion on what each student eats during the day, and outline what constitutes a healthy diet and what constitutes an unhealthy one.

 

Fresh fruit, veg, fish, red meat, white meat. Fried food, soda, sugar
8-9 A Dip in the Pool: The students should identify the mistakes in the story about swimming on a hot day. Have them discuss ways of keeping cool in a hot climate.

 

Weather, climate, sweaty, cool warm hot
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Give them a break: Tell the students to look in their books and identify the damage the friends may be doing to their eyes.

 

Strain, light , reading, computers
13-14 Something to chew on: introduce the subject of dental health. Discuss foods the damage our teeth and what is required for good dental hygiene.

 

Toothbrush, toothpaste, calcium
15-16 Simple anatomy: have the students identify general parts of the body and then discuss the function of each. E.g  heart, lungs, circulatory system and the skeletal system.

 

Heart, lungs, skeleton, blood, oxygen, circulation
17-18 General Health: Have a discussion highlighting general health issues and disabilities. Focusing on the students understanding that some people are born with disabilities and how they should adopt the correct attitude toward these people.

 

 

Disability, autism, visually impaired
19 Review
20 Finals

Health

Environment and Your Health

 

Term 2

 

21 The picnic: Have the students read the story and highlight the importance of hand washing also demonstrate the correct way to wash your hands focus on the implications of dirty hands. Wash, scrub, infection, disease

 

22-23 Trouble in the Kitchen: Let the students look at the picture of a kitchen and have them highlight all the health and safety implications. Discuss procedures for accidents e.g burns should be treated immediately by applying cold water etc.

 

Burns, cuts, scolds, trip over, drop, break
24 A cooking competition: Discuss all the implications of food preparation from hygiene to health and safety.

 

Hygiene, safety, use by date
25 No more mosquitoes: Discuss the students experience with mosquitoes then highlight the importance of avoiding being bitten.

 

Repellent, malaria, dengue fever, Anopheles
26 Emotional and Psychological Health:

 

Have you ever felt this way? : Focus on conflicts and differences in opinion. Then elicit ways how conflicts can be remedied

 

Anger, rage, arbitration
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Play Prep
30 Christmas Holiday
31-32 What started it? : Highlight the causes of arguments then elicit recent arguments that the students have had.

 

Argument, cause, feelings
33 Resolving conflicts: Discuss methods of overcoming conflicts and methods of reconciliation.

 

Making up, apologise
34 I don’t feel good: Have the students concentrate on how often they feel happy, sad or lonely and what things make them feel insecure.

 

Lonely, insecure, confident
35 Same or different: Discuss with the students the things they think they do well; the things they enjoy doing and contrast it with the things they don’t enjoy and the things they think they do badly.

 

Aptitude, confident, apprehensive
36 I am Special: Highlight all the activities the students do well e.g who’s the best at sport or the best at math etc.

 

Achievement, dedication, commitment
37 The Good , Bad and Ugly: Showing concern through words and actions contrasting it with words and actions that annoy and offend.

 

Concern, annoy, offend
38 Building relationships: Developing good relationships, bonding and showing respect. Discuss what makes a good relationship.

 

Bonding, respect, relationship
39 Review
40 Finals

 

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