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1 Integration Guide Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Unit 11 Self Families People and Others Are Everywhere Important Grade 1

2 Table of Contents Using the Integration Guide Introduction ii Options: Integrating Two Days a Week iv Options: Integrating Three Days a Week v Grade 1 Integrated Unit/Lesson Comparison Copyright Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt unless such copying is expressly permitted by federal copyright law. Address requests for permission to reproduce Houghton Mifflin Harcourt material to School Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company, 222 Berkeley St., Boston, MA Printed in the U.S.A.

3 Introduction Integrate Social Studies with Reading Follow a Daily Plan Unit 11 Self Families People and Others Are Everywhere Important The Integration Guide for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt provides direction for integrating both programs in an effective and consistent manner. Fit Social Studies Into Your Day The Integration Guide helps you find the time to teach Social Studies by doing the following: Integrating Social Studies with the Language Arts block. Maintaining the familiar structure of the Daily Lesson Plans in Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Linking Social Studies to Reading through reading strategies and writing skills. Covering all New York Standards for English Language Arts and all Content Standards for Social Studies. Enhance Core Reading Instruction Use Content Area Texts The informational texts in Houghton Mifflin Harcourt provide opportunities to apply, extend, and enrich what you are already teaching in Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The Integration Guide shows how to: Teach comprehension strategies in Reading and apply them in Social Studies. Teach comprehension skills in Reading and review them in Social Studies. Teach writing and grammar in Reading and apply them to Social Studies. Three Steps Each Day Three-step lesson plans show you how to fit Social Studies in to your day, at the same time meeting your core instructional goals in Reading. Each week ends with a chance for students to get out of the book and explore Social Studies through hands-on activities Hands-On Activities for Social Studies Make Weekly Choices Flexibility The daily plans allow you to choose how to integrate Social Studies with your Reading instruction. Choose to teach Social Studies two, three, or five days a week. Two Days a Week In addition to teaching Reading every day: on Day 3. and offer hands-on activities on Day 4. Three Days a Week In addition to teaching Reading every day: on Day 3. on Day 4. and offer hands-on activities on Day 5. Five Days a Week at the end of reading block each day. Leveled Books enhance student learning through application of skills and strategies. ii Introduction Introduction iii

4 Options How Do I Integrate Social Studies Two Days a Week? How Do I Integrate Social Studies Three Days a Week? Day 1 Skills and Strategies Day 1 Skills and Strategies Day 2 Skills and Strategies Day 2 Skills and Strategies Anthology Selection Day 3 Skills and Strategies Comprehension Skill Instruction Day 3 Skills and Strategies Comprehension Skill Instruction Day 4 Day 5 Apply Strategies and Skills Lessons Apply Writing & Language Writing Options Apply Strategies and Skills Lessons or Skillbuilders Apply Writing & Language Writing Options Hands-On Activities Art, Music, or Drama Ongoing Writing Projects Day 4 Day 5 Apply Strategies and Skills Lessons or Skillbuilders Apply Writing & Language Writing Options Apply Strategies and Skills Lessons or Skillbuilders Apply Writing & Language Writing Options Apply Strategies and Skills Lessons or Skillbuilders Apply Reading/Language Arts Building and reviewing vocabulary Hands-On Activities Art, Music, or Drama Ongoing Writing Projects iv Integrating Social Studies Two Days a Week Integrating Social Studies Three Days a Week v

5 Integrate Unit 1: Around the Neighborhood Unit 2: Sharing Time Lesson 1 Selection: What is a Pal? Unit 1 Opener: Lesson 1 Lesson 6 Selection: Jack and the Wolf Unit 2 Opener: Lesson 1 Listening and Speaking: Main Idea Listen for Enjoyment Writing About Us Labels Main Idea and Details, pp. 6, 9 Predict and Infer, p. 5, p. 5 Write a Vocabulary Story Book, p. 4 Understanding Characters Listening and Speaking: Follow Directions Write to Describe Sentences Uses Adjectives Predict and Infer, p. 43, p. 43 Compare and Contrast, pp. 44, 47 Make a Dictionary, p. 42 Write About the Future, p. 46 Lesson 2 Selection: The Storm Unit 1: Lesson 2 Lesson 7 Selection: How Animals Communicate Unit 2: Lesson 2 Understanding Characters Main Idea and Details, pp. 12, 15 Details Main Idea and Details, pp. 50, 53 Listening, Speaking, Viewing: Discussion Raise Your Hand Writing About Us Captions Write Factual Sentences, p. 10 Write a Short Story, p. 19 Listening and Speaking: Use Nonverbal Cues Write to Describe: Poetry Write About a Tradition, p. 53 Write Fact Webs, p. 54 Lesson 3 Selection: Curious George at School Unit 1: Lesson 3 Lesson 8 Selection: A Musical Day Unit 2: Lesson 3 Sequence of Events Compare and Contrast, pp. 20, 23 Sequence of Events Compare and Contrast, pp. 56, 61 Listening, Speaking, Viewing: Discussion Taking Turns Talking Write About Us: Sentences Write Descriptive Sentences, p. 24 Write About a Toy, p. 25 Listening and Speaking: Tell About a Personal Experience Write to Describe Thank You Note Write Notes from an Interview, p. 61 Lesson 4 Selection: Lucia s Neighborhood Unit 1: Lesson 4 Lesson 9 Selection: Dr. Seuss Unit 2: Lesson 4 Text and Graphic Features Cause and Effect, pp. 26, 29 Text and Graphic Features Sequence, pp. 64, 67 Listening and Speaking: Conversation Take Turns Write About Us: Class Story Lesson 5 Selection: Gus Takes the Train Write a Poem, p. 27 Write About a Choice, p. 29 Write About a Decision, p. 30 Unit 1: Review for Understanding Listening and Speaking: Participate in Songs and Chants Write to Describe: Description Write a Fact Card, p. 65 Write a Thanksgiving Day Card, p. 68 Write About Thanksgiving, p. 69 Story Structure Compare and Contrast, p. 33 Lesson 10 Selection: A Cupcake Party Unit 2: Lesson 5 Write About Families, p. 35 Story Structure Classify, pp. 70, 73 Listening and Speaking: Conversation Listen and Respond Write About Us: Class Story Listening and Speaking: Retell a Story Write to Describe Description Write a Story, p Integrate with Social Studies Integrate with Social Studies 2

6 Integrate Unit 3: Nature Near and Far Unit 4: Exploring Together Lesson 11 Selection: Sea Animals Unit 2: Review for Understanding Lesson 16 Selection: Let s Go to the Moon! Unit 3: Lesson 5 Author s Purpose Compare and Contrast, p. 79 Main Idea and Details Classify, pp. 116, 119 Write a story, p. 81 Listening and Speaking: Speaking at the Proper Volume Write to Inform Sentences Use Adverbs Lesson 12 Selection: How Leopard Got His Spots Sequence of Events Listening and Speaking: Speaking at the Proper Rate Write to Inform Letter Unit 3 Opener: Lesson 1 Monitor and Clarify, p. 89, p. 89 Classify, pp. 90, 93 Write a Paragraph, p. 88 Write Facts about the Community, p. 91 Listening and Speaking: Tell a Story Write to Narrate Sentences (Main Idea) Lesson 17 Selection: The Big Trip Compare and Contrast Listening and Speaking: Listen for Information Write to Narrate Sentences (Details) Write About a Celebration, p. 117 Write a Pledge, p. 119 Unit 3: Lesson 6 Classify, pp. 122,125 Write What You Would Do, p. 124 Write a Thank-You Note, p. 126 Write a Paragraph, p. 128 Lesson 13 Selection: Seasons Cause and Effect Unit 3: Lesson 2 Classify, pp. 98, 101 Lesson 18 Selection: Where Does Food Come From? Author s Purpose Unit 3: Review for Understanding Compare and Contrast, p. 131 Write a Letter, p. 133 Listening and Speaking: Listen to Compare and Contrast Write to Inform: Sentences Main Idea Lesson 14 Selection: The Big Race Conclusions Listening and Speaking: Listen for Story Details Write to Inform Report Write About a Job, p. 99 Write About Services, p. 101 Unit 3: Lesson 3 Compare and Contrast, pp. 104, 109 Write About Water, p. 111 Listening and Speaking: Give Directions Write to Narrate Friendly Letter Lesson 19 Selection: Tomás Rivera Conclusions Listening and Speaking: Gather Information Write to Narrate Personal Narrative Unit 4 Opener: Lesson 1 Monitor and Clarify, p. 141, p. 141 Compare and Contrast, pp. 142, 145 Write Sentences, p. 144 Write about Technology, p. 147 Write Facts and Opinions, p. 158 Lesson 15 Selection: Animal Groups Compare and Contrast Listening and Speaking: Make Introductions Write to Inform Report Unit 3: Lesson 4 Main Idea and Details, pp. 112, 115 Write about Neighborhood Places, p. 115 Lesson 20 Selection: Little Rabbit s Tale Cause and Effect Listening and Speaking: Use Descriptive Language Write to Narrate Personal Narrative Unit 4: Lesson 2 Main Idea and Details, pp. 150, 153 Write a Story, p. 153 Write a News Story, p Integrate with Social Studies Integrate with Social Studies 4

7 Integrate Unit 5: Watch Us Grow Unit 6: Three Cheers for Us! Lesson 21 Selection: The Tree Unit 4: Lesson 3 Lesson 26 Selection: The Dot Revisiting: Unit 2: Lesson 3 Story Structure Cause and Effect, pp. 156, 159 Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast, pp. 104, 109 Write About Water, p. 111 Listening and Speaking: Monitor Understanding and Ask s Write to Express Sentences (Dialogue) Lesson 22 Selection: Amazing Animals Conclusions Listening and Speaking: Participate in a Group Discussion Write to Express Sentences (Vivid Verbs) Make a Chart, p. 159 Write About Rules, p. 163 Unit 4: Lesson 4 Classify, p. 164, 167 Write a Sentence, p. 167 Make a Card, p. 170 Listening and Speaking: Describe Details Sentences Lesson 27 Selection: What Can You Do? Text and Graphic Features Listening and Speaking: Listen Critically Sentences Lesson 28 Selection: The Kite Revisiting: Unit 4 Opener: Lesson 1 Monitor and Clarify, p. 141, p. 141 Compare and Contrast, pp. 142, 145 Write Sentences, p. 144 Write about Technology, p. 147 Write Facts and Opinions, p. 158 Revisiting: Unit 2: Review for Understanding Lesson 23 Selection: Whistle for Willie Unit 4: Lesson 5 Story Structure Compare and Contrast, p. 79 Cause and Effect Main Idea and Details, pp. 171, 175 Write a story, p. 81 Listening and Speaking: Listen to Listening and Speaking: Giving Important Information Write About a Community Helper, p. 175 Sentences Write to Express Summary Lesson 29 Selection: A Boat Disappears Revisiting: Unit 1: Lesson 4 Lesson 24 Selection: A Butterfly Grows Unit 4: Review for Understanding Cause and Effect Cause and Effect, pp. 26, 29 Sequence of Events Listening and Speaking: Ask s and Make Connections Compare and Contrast, p. 177 Write About a Leader, p. 178 Write a List of Jobs, p. 179 Listening and Speaking: Give a Report Paragraph Write a Poem, p. 27 Write About a Choice, p. 29 Write About a Decision, p. 30 Write to Express Story Lesson 30 Selection Revisiting: Unit 2 Opener: Lesson 1 Lesson 25 Selection: The New Friend Understanding Characters Listening and Speaking: Main Idea and Details Revisiting: Unit 2: Review for Understanding Compare and Contrast, p. 79 Write a story, p. 81 Understanding Characters Listening and Speaking: Make an Announcement Paragraph Predict and Infer, p. 43, p. 43 Compare and Contrast, pp. 44, 47 Make a Dictionary, p. 42 Write About the Future, p. 46 Write to Express: Story 5 Integrate with Social Studies Integrate with Social Studies 6

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