**November Curriculum**

Finishing Math Unit 3

Math Unit 3: Understand Multiplication

- Count Equal Groups
- Relate Addition and Multiplication
- Skip Count on a Number Line
- Mid-Chapter Checkpoint
- Problem Solving - Model Multiplication
- Model with Arrays
- Commutative Property of Multiplication
- Multiply with 1 and 0.

Reading Workshop Unit 1 Part 2:

- Readers Check for Comprehension
- Follow Textual Cues as your Read: Shift between Envisioning and Assembling Facts
- Prediction
- Making Higher Level Predictions
- Retelling Stories
- Readers Decide How to Lift the Level of Their Reading and Recruit Partners to Support Them

Math Unit 4: Multiplication Facts and Strategies

1. Multiply with 2 and 4

2. Multiply with 5 and 10

3. Multiply with 3 and 6

4. Distributive Property

5. Multiply with 7

Mid Chapter Checkpoint

6. Associative Property

7. Patterns on the Multiplication Table

8. Multiply with 8

9. Multiply with 9

10. Problem Solving with Multiplication

Chapter Test

Reading Workshop: Mysteries! Foundational Skills in Disguise

1. Whodunit? Drawing on All We Know about Solving Mysteries and Reading Mysteries

2. Mystery Readers Try to Solve the Mystery before the Crime Solver Does

3. Mystery Readers Do a Special Kind of Prediction: Suspects, Opportunities, and Motives

4. When the Going Gets Tough, Readers Need Strategies

5. Thoughtful Writing and Talking About Reading

6. Mystery Readers, Crime Solvers, Often Collaborate with Partners to Solve Mysteries

7. Holding Onto the Mystery, Even When the Book Is Long and Tricky

8. How Mystery Books Go: Patterns and Common Characteristics

9. Reading On, Influenced by Knowing How Mysteries Usually Go

10. Raising the Level of Partner Talk

11. The Red Herring: Throwing Readers and Detectives Off the Right Track

12. Finding Hidden Clues

13. What Kind of Mind-Work Does This Mystery Want the Reader to Do?

14. Self Assessment, Goals and Practice!

15. Readers Apply the Work of One Kind of Fiction to ALL FICTION!

16. Fiction Readers Solve Mysteries the Relate to Character and Plot

17. Using Clues to Drive Predictions

18. Celebration!!!!

1. Multiply with 2 and 4

2. Multiply with 5 and 10

3. Multiply with 3 and 6

4. Distributive Property

5. Multiply with 7

Mid Chapter Checkpoint

6. Associative Property

7. Patterns on the Multiplication Table

8. Multiply with 8

9. Multiply with 9

10. Problem Solving with Multiplication

Chapter Test

Reading Workshop: Mysteries! Foundational Skills in Disguise

1. Whodunit? Drawing on All We Know about Solving Mysteries and Reading Mysteries

2. Mystery Readers Try to Solve the Mystery before the Crime Solver Does

3. Mystery Readers Do a Special Kind of Prediction: Suspects, Opportunities, and Motives

4. When the Going Gets Tough, Readers Need Strategies

5. Thoughtful Writing and Talking About Reading

6. Mystery Readers, Crime Solvers, Often Collaborate with Partners to Solve Mysteries

7. Holding Onto the Mystery, Even When the Book Is Long and Tricky

8. How Mystery Books Go: Patterns and Common Characteristics

9. Reading On, Influenced by Knowing How Mysteries Usually Go

10. Raising the Level of Partner Talk

11. The Red Herring: Throwing Readers and Detectives Off the Right Track

12. Finding Hidden Clues

13. What Kind of Mind-Work Does This Mystery Want the Reader to Do?

14. Self Assessment, Goals and Practice!

15. Readers Apply the Work of One Kind of Fiction to ALL FICTION!

16. Fiction Readers Solve Mysteries the Relate to Character and Plot

17. Using Clues to Drive Predictions

18. Celebration!!!!

Writing Workshop Unit 1 Part 3:

- Revision
- Editing
- Final Drafts
- Celebration!

Writing Workshop Unit 2 - Informational Writing

I will post our lessons when we get to it...