3rd Grade - Mrs. Messec
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Week of 3/13/23:
Novel Study: Love That Dog
***Spelling, Vocab./Reading, and Grammar Assessments on Friday.***
Lesson 13-4: Use Models to Compare Fractions: Same Numerator
Objective: Use models such as fraction strips to compare fractions that refer to the same whole and have the same numerator.
Essential Understanding: If two fractions have the same numerator, the fraction with the greater denominator is the lesser fraction.
Lessons 13-5 Compare Fractions: Use Benchmarks
Objective: Use benchmark fractions to compare fractions.
Essential Understanding: Benchmark numbers such as 0, 1/2, and 1 can be used to compare fractions.
Lessons 13-6 Compare Fractions: Use the Number Line
Objective: Use a number line to compare fractions.
Essential Understanding:You can use a number line to compare fractions.
Lesson: 3-7 Whole Numbers and Fractions
Objective: Use fraction names to represent whole numbers.
Essential Understanding: Whole numbers can be represented by many different fraction names.
***Please practice basic multiplication facts for a few minutes at home every day.***
Lesson 1: America's First Peoples
- Identify and compare how different cultural groups used their available resources,
- Identify ways Native American groups cooperated with one another and ways they worked against each other.
- Describe interactions between Europeans and American Indians.
- Compare and contrast American Indian cultures, past and present.
Vocabulary: customs, longhouse, confederacy, cooperate, reservation, government, tradition, purpose, generation
Lesson 2 : Early Explorers
Big Question: What are the causes and effects of European exploration.
- Identify reasons for exploration by European explorers.
- Explain the reasons and resulting effects of Spanish exploration.
- Describe the findings of French exploration.
- Describe the sequence of English exploration.
Topic 3: Weather
Essential Question: What are ways to reduce the impacts of hazardous weather?
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