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Module 1
Multiplication, Factors, and Division
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Understand Factors
Strategies to Multiply
Explain in own words what is multiplication and division

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Gain Speed in Multiplication and Division by numbers 2-5
Find the Unknown Factor in Division
Use Arrays to Understand Multiplication and Division
Use Commutative and Distributive Properties

Module 2
Place Value and Problems with Units of Measure
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Understand how metric units differ from US standard system

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Time Measurement
Solve Weight and Volume problems
Use Metric Units
Rounding and Approximation
Two and Three Digit Addition and Subtraction

Module 3
Place Value and Problems with Units of Measure
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Understand how metric units differ from US standard system

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Time Measurement
Solve Weight and Volume problems
Use Metric Units
Rounding and Approximation
Two and Three Digit Addition and Subtraction

Module 4
Multiplication and Area
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Associative property and area of large rectangles

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Examine shapes to find Area
Determine areas of rooms in word problems
Use centimeter and inch squares models to understand area
Determine area with incomplete drawing

Module 5
Fractions Part One
Recognize equivalent fractions
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
What is a fraction? Name five facts about fractions

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Use fraction strips and area drawings to understand fractions
Partition and label fractions of a whole drawing
Build fractions greater than one
Decompose numbers into fractions
Compare fractions with similar numerators

Module 6
Fractions Part Two and Collecting and Displaying Data
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Rulers with ½, ¼ inch intervals and what the data means

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Create bar graphs
Solve two step problems that involve graphs
Use line plots
Solve problems with data visualization

Module 7
Geometry and Measurement Word Problems
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Describe and discuss polygons and quadrilaterals

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Compare quadrilaterals
Draw polygons to solve problems
Find and record perimeter and area of quadrilaterals
Word problems about area and perimeter
Determine perimeter of polygons

Module 1
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Place value of multi-digit numbers and why it’s important

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Compare and round multi=digit whole numbers
Multi-digit whole number addition and subtraction
Word problems in addition and subtraction

Module 2
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Method of multiplication with easy to understand numbers
Reasoning about multiplication and when to use

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Convert metric numbers
Multiple step word problems on area and perimeter
Multiply by 10, 100, 1000
Multiply 4 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers
Divide by 10’s with remainders

Module 3
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Reasoning about division and when to use
Primes and composite numbers
Method of division with easy to understand numbers

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Divide by 10 , 100, 1000
Divide by 10 with remainders
Multiply two digit numbers by two digit numbers

Module 4
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Fraction equivalence
Relate fractions to multiplication and division

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Decompose fractions with tape diagrams
Measure and draw angles
Consider triangles by length of side and angle

Module 5
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Fractions greater than 1 and when to use them

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Word problems with fractions
Multiply whole numbers by mixed numbers
Add and subtract fractions
Add and subtract mixed numbers

Module 6
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Understand and explain why decimals are useful and what they mean

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Use metric measurement to understand 10ths
Compare decimals
Solve word problems about money
Compare and order mixed numbers
Convert mixed numbers to decimal system

Module 7
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
How conversion tables solve difficult every-day problems

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Create conversion tables for length, weight, and capacity
Solve conversion word problems with conversion tables
Word problems of mixed numbers with length, weight, and capacity
Multi step word problems with mixed numbers
Create conversion tables for units of time and solve problems

Module 1
Reading Superpower; Literacy in Other Countries
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Easy Geography and Difficult Geography for Literacy
Capitalization, punctuation, and spelling

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Write a simple book report
Take notes on what they read
Make a recording of themselves reading
Write a letter about their learning goals
Answer text based questions about librarians around the world
Recount stories and describe characters
Participate in evidence based discussions
Write informative text (In all modules)
Introduce a topic and describe with details from text
Use linking words such as ‘also, another’
Make a conclusion

Module 2
Reading for Knowledge Part 1; Study of Frogs Science
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
How Data is Gathered For Reports
How to find the main idea in a text

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Create Freaky Frog Trading Cards
Ask and answer questions about the topic
Determine connections between facts
Conduct research and write a scaffolded report
Take information from graphics and illustrations in a report
Choose words and phrases for effect

Module 3
More Reading for Knowledge Part 2; Japan Social Studies
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Rules to help guess spelling of words – word families, ending rules, etc

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Explanatory Letter
Use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions
Write simple, complex, and compound sentences
Participate in organized discussions that respond to points of view of others
Use text features and hyperlinks to assist research

Module 4
Narrative Reading; Peter Pan Aesthetics Part 1
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Parts of a text such as chapter, or scene
Linking words and phrases
Differences between written and spoken English

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Recount stories and tell the moral or main point
Distinguish literal from nonliteral language
Write opinions and add evidence to support their opinion
Use words and phrases to connotate event order
Write narratives with movement, technique, and feeling
Use capitalization, commas, and possessives

Module 5
Narrative Reading, Harry Potter Aesthetics Part 2
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Extension of prior module

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Scaffolded Literary Analysis and Essay
Extension of prior module

Module 6
Analyze Narratives for Facts/Opinions; Wolves Science
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
How to find main ideas from diverse information – visual, quantitative, oral

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Explain how illustrations create mood and show details in a story
Determine unknown word meaning from context
Write an opinion with evidence drawn from the text
Use dialogue to explain a character’s reaction to events
Create a poem. Play, artwork or other in response to a theme or author
Use temporal words to create event order

Module 7
Gathering Evidence From Reading; Freshwater Science
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Understand how information in maps and illustrations assist to understand text

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Scaffolded Speech
Conduct Research project on a topic
Take notes and recall information and categorize information
Deepen earlier activities such as writing opinion pieces

Module 1
Oral and Written Explanatory Paragraphs; Importance of Iroquois in New York State
Using Poetry, Oral tradition, Historical Reports, and Explanatory Texts
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Oral tradition
How a map works
Learn the structure of a paragraph on explanation
New York State was stolen from another people who continue to have some rights in New York State with reservations and place names

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Explain the main idea and what a text says using specific details from the text
Describe a character in detail
Explain the main points in a historical text accurately.
Participate in discussion with peers
Explain oral tradition and make connections between text, visual, and oral presentations
Write an explanatory text and paragraph
Classroom Community Quilt

Module 2
Learning Poetry and Poets
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Poetry and Biography
Structural elements of poetry and differences with drama

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Pose and respond to questions to clarify the answers of others
Comply with rules for discussions
Draw concepts and themes from literary texts and be able to discuss with others
Take notes about a topic
Use facts from reading when drawing inferences in text
Poetry Reading Presentation
Use two texts to support an opinion
Self correct when reading out loud
Read aloud with appropriate rate and expression on 2nd reading

Module 3
Research Skills; American Revolution
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Life in Colonial Times as Opposed to Industrial and Technology Eras
Understand domain specific vocabulary and phrases

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Find texts and use research skills
Using multiple texts to make inferences about Colonial America
Synthesize information from audio and textual resources
Use precise language and vocabulary to discuss texts used in class
Write narratives with situation and main character, responses by characters to situations in the narrative, concrete sensory words to convey experience precisely
Use transitional words and situation develops
Provide a conclusion
Paraphrase texts read aloud
Use correct capitalization
Use commas and quotation marks
Spell grade appropriate words correctly
Differentiate between formal English and informal discourse
Use context to guess meaning of new words
Use Greek and Latin Pre and Post fixes to guess meaning of new words
Consult dictionaries and thesauruses appropriately

Module 4
Research Skills B, Teaching Others, Animal Defense Mechanisms
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Grade level vocabulary
Standard English grammar
Relative pronouns
Progressive Present
Modal auxiliaries
Correct order of adjectives
Prepositional phrases
Complete versus incomplete and run-on sentences
Frequently confused words such as their, there, and to, two, too
Correct use of commas and quotation marks
Commas before coordinating conjunctions
The value of careful research in the study of one animal from many sources
The threats and ways animals survive

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Refer to details in text when creating explanations
Determine the main idea of a text and how it is supported
Integrate information from various sources in research and presentation
Apply grade level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding
Use syllable patterns and morphology to understand polysyllabic words
Use headings, sections, illustrations, and media in presenting information
Conduct short research project
Create a science journal for their observation
Write narratives with situation and main character, responses by characters to situations in the narrative, concrete sensory words to convey experience precisely

Module 5
Considering Perspectives and Supporting Opinions; Simple Machines
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Differences between poems, drama, and prose and their characteristics
Grade level vocabulary

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Write an editorial on the value of simple machines
Refer to details and examples in texts when drawing inferences
Explain how authors use reasons and evidence in presentation
Self correct when reading out loud
Read aloud with appropriate rate and expression on 2nd reading
Write opinion pieces with reasons, facts, and details
Organize ideas and arguments in presentation
Provide concluding statements
Take notes and create research

Module 6
Considering Perspectives and Supporting Opinions; American Revolution
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
The theme or main idea of a story or poem
Ideas and Opinions are diverse and listening, reasoning, and evidence are key

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Review and enhance skills of preceding units
Describe the overall structure of a text
Write opinion pieces with reasons, facts, and details
Organize ideas and arguments in presentation
Provide concluding statements
Take notes and create research
Engage effectively with peers on grade 4 topics
Prepare for discussions
Pose questions that extend comments from others
Explain their ideas in light of the discussion
Listen for ways to understand and respond to those of different backgrounds

Module 7
Gathering Evidence, Public Presentation; Susan B. Anthony and Voting
Students Will UNDERSTAND (concepts)
Mythology and meanings for English words
Contrasts between 1st and 3rd person narratives
Figurative language, similes, metaphors, antonyms, synonyms.

Students Will Be ABLE TO – (skill, practice)
Compare 1st and 2nd hand reports of events
Write narratives with situation and main character, responses by characters to situations in the narrative, concrete sensory words to convey experience precisely
Use transitional words and situation develops
Provide a conclusion
Identify reasons that a speaker is using for opinions

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