Grade 3: Speak clearly at an understandable pace, adapting speech to a variety of contexts and tasks; use standard English when indicated or appropriate.

Grade(s): 5

Subject(s): English Language Arts

Year: 2015

Type
Hopes and Fears for 5th Grade
Hopes and Fears for 5th Grade

Lesson

This is a beginning of the year writing activity in which students will think about what they are hopeful for and fearful of as they take on the new year.

The Weirdest Dream Game Show!
The Weirdest Dream Game Show!

Lesson

This unit is a fun and activity-packed venture into sensory-inspired writing and public speaking , culminating in the class production of THE WEIRDEST DREAM GAMESHOW! By finishing the unit as a...

“Inspiring Inventions!” (Design)
“Inspiring Inventions!” (Design)

Lesson

This lesson falls into the second nine weeks of school, after the study of Westward Expansion. This design project will lead to a new unit that focuses on the Industrial Revolution. Collaborating in...

Silent Film Storytelling
Silent Film Storytelling

Lesson

During this Silent Film Unit, students will explore the history of silent film, respond to clips of silent movies, create, rehearse, and perform their own silent films using the Silent Film Studio app...

Separating Mixtures
Separating Mixtures

Lesson

Students will investigate possible ways to separate mixtures in order to create/ design the best way to separate a mixture.

The Three Little Pigs - STEAM Lesson
The Three Little Pigs - STEAM Lesson

Lesson

Students will use their prior knowledge of the children’s book The Three Little Pigs in an exciting ELA and STEAM combined activity. They will use persuasive writing techniques using research...