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Language Arts

Students will be able to:

- understand the plot, characterization, and context of a short story

- analyze an author’s point of view through annotations, discussion, and extended writing

- relate the author’s point of view to their own experience

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Classkick allows users to share assignments, monitor student progress, and give feedback.  Users can use images, audio, and text to create assignments.

Writable allows teachers to manage student writing by providing writing prompts, opportunities to peer edit, and the ability to revise using feedback.

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In this unit, students will use blending skills and rhyming knowledge to learn -at family words. Students will be able to write simple 3-5 word sentences using at family words. This unit was created with the target audience being students with significant disabilities. 

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Students will learn ways to enhance foundational reading skills using online blended learning activities, music videos, songs, stories  and center activities.

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Assign leveled books for informational writing.  The students will read an assigned biographical text in Epic Books.  In SeeSaw, the students would respond to questions about biographical research.  The students will use technology for research and response.

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We will be using our economics background from the history of Lumber to guide us in understanding how buying products locally affects our community’s economy.

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With H5P, authors may create and edit interactive videos, presentations, games and more. Content may be imported and exported. All that is needed to view or edit H5P content is a web browser. 

Newseum ED provides free online resources to cultivate the skills to authenticate, analyze and evaluate information from a variety of sources and to provide historical context to current events.

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