3rd Grade - Mrs. Messec

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    Important Dates:
    12/21 LBI Holiday Concert
    12/23 Early Dismissal
    12/26-1/2 winter Break
     

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    (609) 494-8851 ext. 2101
     
     

    Weekly Schedule


    Period

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    8:10 - 8:30

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    8:30 - 9:00

    Vocab/Reading Vocab/Reading   Science Lab Science ELA Assessments

    9:00 - 9:30

    Orton Orton   Orton   Orton   ELA Assessments

    9:30-10:00

    Grammar/Writing Grammar/Writing   Grammar/Writing   Grammar/Writing   Orton/LEAP

    10:00-11:00

    PE Music PE Art

    Health

    Science

    11:00-11:30

    Social Studies Social Studies   Social Studies   Social Studies   Social Studies  

    11:30-12:30

    Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess   Lunch/Recess   Lunch/Recess   Lunch/Recess  

    12:30-1:30

    Math Math   Math   Math   Math  

    1:30-2:30

    Spanish

    Vocab/Reading

    Science

    Vocab/Reading

    Science

    Vocab/Reading

    Tech

    Fun Friday

    2:30-3:00

    Science PEP PEP PEP TIPP

    3:00 - 3:10

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom

    Homeroom



    Week of 12/5/22:

    Reading:

    Story: Young Thomas Edison, T392-405
    Essential Question: What important traits must an inventor have?
    Target Skill:
    Main Idea and Details, Sequence of Events
    Target Strategy: Summarize
    Vocabulary: invention, experiment, laboratory, genius, gadget, electric, signal, occasional
    Vocabulary Strategy: Shades of Meaning

    Grammar Skill: Pronouns and Antecedents

    Writing: Reader's Response

     

     ***Reading, Grammar, and Spelling Assessments are on Friday.***


    Math

    Lesson 4-2: Use Multiplication to Divide With 2, 3, 4, 5, p. 121-124
    Objective: 
    Use multiplication facts to find related division facts.
    Essential Understanding: 
    The inverse relationship between multiplication and division can be used to find division facts; every division fact has a related multiplication fact.  

    Lesson 4-3 Use Multiplication to Divide With 6 and 7, p. 125-128
    Objective:
    Use multiplication facts to find related division facts.
    Essential Understanding: The inverse relationship between multiplication and division can be used to find division facts; every division fact has a related multiplication fact.    

    Lesson 4-4: Use Multiplication to Divide With 8 and 9, p. 187-192
    Objective: Use multiplication facts to find related division facts.
    Essential Understanding: The inverse relationship between multiplication and division can be used to find division facts; every division fact has a related multiplication fact.  
     

    Lesson 4-5: Multiplication Patterns: Even and Odd Numbers, p. 193-198
    Objective:
    Use knowledge and even and odd numbers to identify multiplication problems.
    Essential Understanding: Factors and products can be identified by patterns as well as other characteristics, such as even or odd.
     

     

    ***Please practice basic multiplication facts for a few minutes at home every day.*** 


    Social Studies:

    Chapter 1 Lesson 3: Using Earth's Resources
    Objectives:

    • Know how natural resources are used.
    • Recognize that regions can be characterized by the availability and use of resources.
    • Understand that people use resources in different ways and explain how humans' use of affects people, plants, animals, and the environment.
    • Identify various environmental concerns related to the use of resources.

    Vocabulary: agricultural region, industrial region, renewable resource, conserve, erosion, recycle, consume, essential

     

    Lesson 4: Interacting with the Environment
    Objectives:

    • Understand that the environment influences how and where people live.
    • Understand that climate influences how and where people live.
    • Describe ways people interact with their physical environment to meet their basic physical needs.
    • Identify human actions that affect the environment in positive and negative ways.
    • Explain how and why people protect the environment.

    Vocabulary: adapt, modify, irrigate, method, enable

     


    Science:   

    Topic 1 Lesson 3: Forces and Motion
    Objective: Students will identify the forces acting on an object.
    Literacy Skill: Draw Conclusion
    Vocabulary: force, contact forces, tension, forces, spring force, friction, noncontact forces, gravity, exert
     
    Topic 1 Lesson 4: Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
    Objective: Use evidence to explain how balanced and unbalanced forces affect an object's motion.
    Vocabulary: balanced forces, net forces, equation