Pinellas County Schools
Phase I Curriculum
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
• Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division.
• Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division.
• Multiply and divide within 100.
• Solve problems involving the four operations, and identify and explain patterns in arithmetic.
Number and Operations in Base Ten
• Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.
Number and Operations—Fractions
• Develop understanding of fractions as numbers.
Print - Numbers & Operations Worksheet
Also have students complete online review. See Math Lesson plan in Webexone database.
Language Arts Assessments
1. Organizing and verbally describing events supports oral language development, vocabulary acquisition, and speaking
and listening standards across grade levels.
2. Retelling stories and summarizing are active reading comprehension strategies that can be applied to a variety of texts
across content areas.
3. Being able to retell and summarize is a prerequisite to and will support higher levels of comprehension, such as
synthesizing information, making inferences, and forming opinions.
4. Examining plot features of fables, folktales, and mythology will lead to discussion and understanding of cultures and
their history and traditions.
5. Focusing on key ideas and details to use in their retelling helps readers begin to discern what is most important and
relevant. This can be linked to written and oral summaries in science, social studies, math, and other content areas.
6. Participating in retelling improves student understanding of narratives and their structure, which helps students learn
how to write their own stories.
Print - The Following:
a) Passage Reading Fluency 3_5
b) Vocabulary 3_5
c) CCSS Reading 3_5
Also have students complete online review.
Aha! Science Introduction
Science assessments begin this Week
MOSI in Motion: Mobile Science Lab - Students will be immersed in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) as they engage in innovative, exciting hands-on science experiments, demonstrations and simulations with a MOSI educator!
What does the MOSI in Motion: Mobile Science Lab include?
• Up to five 45-minute sessions
• One program per day for selected grade level
• Maximum 30 students (elementary) or 25 students
(secondary) per session
• All hands-on materials needed for the program
• Enthusiastic science & technology Educator that is Lunsford
Dance Introduction/Basic Elements
Introduction to Balleta) Briefly explore history of ballet.
Discuss the major changes through history mentioned in the video; Romantic, Classical, Neo Classical and Modern & Contemporarya) Point out the fact that some of the most influential people in ballet were men. Highlight the strength and character of the men in performance
Demonstrate, define and have students execute parallel, turned out feet, pointing and flexing.
The History of Ballet - Video
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