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4 Third Grade Number sense 0-9,999 (& build understanding of place values ones thru thousands) Multiplication and division; develop fluency with multiplication from 1x1 to 12x12 Fractions to explore part-whole relationships (halves, fourths, thirds, sixths, eighths) Capacity and mass Circle graphs Coordinate grids (whole number and letter coordinates) Estimate and measure using units (Capacity cups, pints, quarts; Length miles, kilometers; Mass - ounces, pounds, grams; Temperature Fahrenheit, Celsius) English Language Arts, Competency Goal 2: The learner will apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed Identify and interpret elements of fiction and nonfiction and support by referencing the text to determine the: author's purpose. plot. conflict. sequence. resolution. lesson and/or message. main idea and supporting details. cause and effect. fact and opinion. point of view (author and character). author's use of figurative language (e.g., simile, metaphor, imagery). o Listen to the student read aloud a book on their level; discuss the above topics with the student after reading; do this each time so they can improve their understanding o Write a short book with the student; decide on your characters, plot, conflict, sequence of events, message/lesson, point of view, etc.; would be good to do over several sessions o Take photos around the school; make a book with the photos and have the student caption each one or write a story using the photos o Practice multiplication tables, make flash cards to use o Measure using length how far the student jumps/ you jump and record on a chart; do some stretching and try again to see if you jump farther; make a paper airplane that flies well, guess how far it will fly, fly several times and record measurements o Bring measuring cups and take water outside; guess how much water is in a container and then measure it, record on a chart your guesses and actual amounts o Bring in anything that has parts or sections or draw something and cut into separate pieces (pizza, pie) while you discuss fractions; use the parts to talk about halves, fourths, thirds, sixths, eighths

5 Fourth Grade o Number sense ,999 (build understanding of place values hundredths to ten thousands) o Multiplication and division of multi-digit numbers o Perimeter and area o Median, mode, and range o Line graphs o Fractions using models, diagrams, and reasoning (halves, fourths, eighths, sixths, thirds, tens, hundredths) English Language Arts, Competency Goal 3: The learner will make connections through the use of oral language, written language, and media and technology Respond to fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama using interpretive, critical, and evaluative processes by: analyzing the impact of authors' word choice and context. examining the reasons for characters' actions. identifying and examining characters' motives. considering a situation or problem from different characters' points of view. analyzing differences among genres. making inferences and drawing conclusions about characters, events and themes. o Practice multiplication 1x1 through 12x12 if they need a refresher on any of them o Read a book together on their level and discuss the ideas above o Write a story together and discuss the ideas above before writing it and after; discuss how it might be written differently or end differently if written from another character s point of view o When doing art, differentiate between horizontal, vertical, parallel, and diagonal lines o Art-related: Discuss how there are jobs today that were not available in the past photographer, videographer, computer artist o Broaden art media, techniques, and processes that you do together o Airplane flying: mentor and student each make a paper airplane that flies well; each make a hypothesis how far will the planes fly and why; then fly them several times to test them and record lengths o Look together at flight arrivals and departures; practice understanding elapsed time by determining the shortest times to get to several destinations, determine the longest time to a destination o Plan a fantasy vacation; using a calendar and using flight schedules determine day and time to leave and return, how long the travel time is, what to take o look at maps, charts, identify bodies of water, understand how to use the key o Study of NC in 4 th grade: read books, do art, etc. to identify and discuss events, historical figures, and symbols associated with North Carolina; look at maps and books to describe and compare physical and cultural characteristics of the regions

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